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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, AUG. 3, 1908.
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ITORS WIN FOUR GAMES
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v isiiors won an around in all of the gamci nt llasebnll Park this week-end. The Kelos
took honors on Saturday from the Kmns for u largo part through, tho fact that Dick Ileuter
wont Into tho gnmo with n ludly uunged-up h.uul. And tho llttla Jnps fmtlier walked off with
the candy from the Saints jostorday. Santa Clarn played two snappy games, defeating tho two
best of the local talent. On Saturday the l'uns went to defeat, after closely plaed match, and
jestcrday the Jesuits put It on tho Suarklcrs, after a very hard fight.
Iloth tho Kelos and tho Santa Claras havo Improved greatly since their (list appcaranco here.
Kllburn Is pitching great ball. "Ham" was temporarily ictlrcd Saturday, und Al. Castle twirled
for tho Puns, pitching a good ganio In splto of tho fact that ho went Into tho box absolutely
without practice. Leslie took the balloon loute. And so tho collegians won out.
It was good baseball.
Results were: Kelos !, Kama .1; Sinta Claras G, I'unahoiis I; Kelos 8, St. Louis fi; San
tu Claias , Diamond Heads C.
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Santa Claraas Beat
Pans In a Fast
After tho flist'gume S.itiuday had
gone Kelos G und Kams 3 as detailed
In the baseball edition of tho 11 tt I -1
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and Immediately put It on tho Puns,
in a fast game with tho points of
good baseball sticking out all over It.
Tho l'uns looked like winners when
Hampton slammed out a 3-haggcr tu
the sixth, and three men cioscd the
dish, but the Clarnns won out In n
In the vor) first Inning, Kllburn
caught tho crowd by catching tlurns
when that star was plalng off flist.
Kllburn has tho characteristic advan
tago of most southpaws that olio
cannot tell where the ball Is going
when ho winds. And ho shot It down
to Hist whllo the crowd was waiting
for the batter to slug It. Hums div
ed for tho cack too late. After that,
the Puns were held to tho base pret
The scoring started In tho fourth,
when Rnetus Peters plucked a nice
double, scoilng Ait Shufer, and then
camo homo on Apacho Hjrnes" sacri
fice. The l'uns boon jumped to tho
front, when In the sixth Hampton
3coied Hums and Ionian on a thite
sackcr, and sprinted across the rub
ber on Kla's sicrlflco.
At this stage of tho game, tho
crowd began to jell nt tho collegians,
and some of tho fans beneath he
grand-stand took a few Jabs at Mc
Kensle, tho Santt Clara manager,
who was us confident as oer. "Never
mind," ho said. "You smile now, hut
wo smllo later. S-intn Clara has
won many games in tho ninth. She
Is famous for It."
In fact, tha college bos took a
big braco and plajed ball. Tho
sphere was tapped on tho proboscis.
In tho eighth, Hoogs bungled, mid
tho tclleglans blnglcd, nnd three
men sprinted across the pin amid
great Joj. Tr as thoy might, tho
Puns could not close the lead, and
the game was lost.
It was an uproarous contest, with
tho Claians tho public choice.
Jewels Lose To The
Jesuits At The
In the game which was probably
tho supicnio test of comparatlc abil
ity between the locals und tho fast
Santa Clara aggregation, tho colle
gians yesterday iihovcd tho Diamonds
onto the toboggan, and laughed with
hideous gleo while tho men who bear
tho name of Honolulu's most famous
landmark slid Mirely to their fate. It
was won tlnough a knowledge of
Leslie's one great weakness as a
twlrlcr, no doubt, as they pitched
the big pitcher Into the basket and
watched'hlm soar nway with tho bal
loop until It looked as If ho would
never return to tho port from which
ho had called. Hut lie cut tho para
chute after a few innings, and tho
Jowel3 played tho Jesuits down so
closely that It almost looked as If
they would win. Hill Chllllngworth
(limbed onto tho mound and almost
redeemed tho day.
It was a good game, and ono which
was worth while. Santa Clara almost
thiow away, the game In tho eighth,
but the Jewels could not climb again
up tho slippery pith down which
they had slid so merrily.
Fernandez stolo homo In tho first.
and this was tho solo run which his
men nnnexed until later In tho game.
Tho men who didn't hit in tho
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TRIANGLE LEAGUE STANDINGS
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P. W. h. Pet.
Santa Claras 7 0 1 .857
D. Heads 3 2 1 .CCC
I'unahous 4 2 2 .Ii00
Kelos 7 3 4 .428
St. Louis 3 1 2 .333
Kamohameha 4 0 4 .000
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On Tuesday Noon,
August 4th, of the
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ALL ARE INVITED.
Saints Hit Tobaggai
In The Seventh;
The Salnta could not play ball on
Sunday. Nay! Tho Kelos, without
n scruple, put the Indian sign on
them good nnd hard. A succession
of bunts, blngles, errors, and compli
mentary passes in the seventh netted
five runs for the Japs In that Inning,
and the Alumni bunch could not
stem the rushing tide. Kelo plajed
snappy ball, as usual. And tho
Saints placd pretty loosely near tho
last, when they lnd done somo closo
work through the opening Innings.
In tho third Soires scored on an
error and Hn Sue's btngle. Ohashl
hit, stole, nnd camo In on an error,
tlclng tho score. In tho sixth Plada
I cored on Ilushnell's double, nnd tho
Japs evened things again, when Ko
jama's blnglo scored Tnltahama.
Neck and neck now.
Tho Seventh was tho scoring Inn
ing. Ajlctt hit and scored on Abo's
error, which let Hums to third. Kn'
Sue stole, und both scored on a two
sacker which Walker sapped out. The
Japs came up strong, nnd tho Saints
hit the toboggnn. Murakami walked,
Hlgo sacrificed, Ohashl walked, and
Sasaki hit. This filled the bases, and
Takahama walked, forcing Murakami
home. Ohashl was caught napping,
but slid home, while the other two
men scored on nrtins' error, rukuda
was Bafo on tho play, and scoied on
In tho eighth Hllo circled tho
base3 on Ilushnell's error.
The gamo was not closely plajed,
but was exciting from the standpoint
of tho spectators, who wcro in n roar
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Why Isn't Hill Chllllngworth seen
In tho box more? He might havo
won je3(erdaj'H game with the Santn
Clarrai, from tho ohowlng ho mado af
ter ho whs put into the box. Ho has
his !'iad with him.
Costello, late second baseman of
the Jewels, who has been one of tho
steadfast plajerc this season, left Sat
uiday on tho Milwaukee, on which
he shipped as a first-class fireman, at
$5C per month.
Hampton could not combine the
umpire nnd tho pitching job on tho
same day, so ho went out to right
Iiainey Joy and Hampton arc both
Eood with the Indicator.
first Inning foi the Clarans got a
pasj. A few antics by the. battels
and I.e3llo lost his heau. Lappln
walked and Kennedj and A. Shufer
singled Lappln home. Poters walked
and Art Shafar camo homo when Les
lie ncaily threw tho game away. Pe
ters scored on Fernandez' bungle.
All this wus bad, and was followed
by wor3o. Salberg and Lappln each
unnoxed two bases on blngles, nnd
Davis" en or let Lappln annex tho
lubber. Tho scoio was C to 1, and
Leslie had delayed too long to cut
luoso tho parachute; the game was
Tho Jowols earned a tun In tho
fourth, when Davis hit, reached thlid
after J. 1'eniandez' sacilfice. und
camo across when Sam Chllllngworth
pluoked a single. -
Two bad cirprs let the collegians
tako two In the same Inning. Thou
tho scoring was pau until the Jewels
put tho Jinks on Ilyfncs In tho eighth,
and two men crossed tho pan, when
tho big third-baseman let Mciv. Shu
fer throw a couplo tlnough him. Hill
Chllllngworth sacrificed, and scored
Davis, who had pilfered third when
tho Bocond one passed Hyrnes.
It was all over but tho groans of
tho local supporters.
It was a clean enso of a flighty
pitcher tluowlng tho gamo away.
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