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Visitors Win In Fast Games
But Picked Teams Were Slow
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i ne umiom iook cvcrytnins In sight this week-end also, though tlio crowd was lrcntcd(?)
fur the Hist lime in some wejks to n game In which only Honolulu plnjcia tool; part. As nro
most games In this League In which picked teams take part. thU exhlliltlon wns not good
The Santa Claras and th0 Kclos played Saturday in a game which was exceedingly good
and snnppy baseball until the eighth, when Koyama perceptibly tired, nnd was batted out of the
box. Kukudn, who followed hni, was nls,o lilt nt a lively rati-, and the Clarans piled up seven
urns In a most shameful fashion. Then. In make the last Inning as uninteresting ns well
could be; the college men played carelessly nnd loosely, allowing tho Kclos to scoro twice
tliiough llukcs. In fact, none of the four runs which the Japanese seemed were earned runs.
Tho becond contest Saturday was between two picked teams of the Honolulu Ilasebnll
League. A good number of the players fulled to tuin up. as they should have, and not alto
gether lepiesentatlvc nines wcio scrnped together. Tho icsult was some very had playlne and
Yesterday the Clarans hlnnkcd the Saints whitewashed them clean, nnd the Kclos fin
ished a day of disasters by almost milting thn same holt of an Indian sign on the 'jewels.
Without their legiilar catcher, and with the crowd looting Hticnuously for the Japs, tho
Jewels hit the sllel; slide, and shot down, down, down, until It looked ns if they had gone for
Results at the week-end woro: Santa Claras 9. Kclos 4; Vnnnntta's bunch 3, Castle's bunch
1; Santa Claras 2, Saints 0; Kclos S, Diamond Heads 1.
CLEVER BASE HUM
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The St. Louis-Santa Clara game
yestciday, in which tho Clarans white
washed the Saints, was a nice exhibi
tion of baseball, a quick game, in
which there was no scoring after the
second. Quick work saved the Clar
ans in the first, and then, In tho sec
ond. Art Sharer and Peters hit Har
ney Joy, the latter drew the ball
down to second on a steal, and Art
sprinted to the plate, llyrnes hit and
stole, and then scored on, trims' er
ror. After thnt. Harney Joy held
them safe, nnd tho gamo went tho
limit without another runner annex
ing the pan.
Iloth pitchers had nice support,
and both Kltburn nnd Joy were in
Iluns and base hits by innings nnd
St. Louis 00000000 0 0
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Siinta Claras ...02000000 2
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SUMMARY. Two-base lilt: Wal
l.cr. Iliiscs on balls: Off Joy, 3; oft
Kllburn, 3. Struck out: lly Joy, 7:
Kllbuin, S. Wild pitch: Kilburn.Um-
plro: Hums. Scorer: W. H. Ilabbllt.
Time of game: 111. 22m.
It w.is a shame that Kelo-Juwel
game, though It made the crowd, or
the .lapanesu vectlou of the crowd,
wild with delight. In the llrst, the
ciowd bowled with glee when Sa
saki Blngled had pilfered second, Ta-
l.ahama got to llrst on Kcrnundcz'
ciror, Sasaki was nailed on l- tikuila a
attempted saerir.ee, Tiut immediately
both Taknhamn nnd 1'ukuda scored
on,n very bad bungle by H. Chilling
worth. Tho work was kept up. Ko
ama stole till mound In the next,
and Sasaki's hit bloiight In Mura
kami in the fourth.
The Jewels made their lone run in
the fifth, when Thompson walked,
was advanced to third by Sam Chll-
llngu oi til's hit, nnd came home on a
The Kelos squeezed ono across In
the seventh, nnd with two out In
the eighth, got Leslie off his pins, and
(Special litillctln Wlielcss)
WAILUKU, Maul, Aug. 10.--
Tho Saturday ball games at Ka-
llllllllr I I'HIlltOll 111 11 scoie of I'll-
la 10, Kaliulul 2.
The Wells Paik bcoro was
Kaliulul 1, Walkapu 0; Stars 8,
Thc'kjelbs leave for Illlo tomor-
low. it Is plnnncd to hnvo them play
several games when they leturn,
among tho games being another I).
II. A. C.-Kelo match.
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stole nnd pilfered every babe
sight, while the crowd aided the I I
cause of tho vlsltoiB by most voclfcr- Santa Claras 3
ous howling. Iloth Hlgo and Ohnshl Diamond Heads 4
did sonio purloining nftor drawing 'Punnhous 1
passes to the busc-running dcpait
ment, nnd took home on a beautiful
bunt by Sasaki. And this gentleman
came home when Takatiama hit and
Leslie threw the ball away.
It wns a shame!
Also there was wild yelling, In
which tho sound of "HanzalJ" pie
dominated. Runs and bnso hits by innings and
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Kclos 20110013 S
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SUMMARY. Hates on balls: Off
Leslie, 10; rukuda, 2. Struck out:
lly Leslie, 4; Kukuda. 10. Wild
pitches: Leslie, 3. Passed balls: Clio
Hill. 2. Sacrlflco hits: Amoy, Ohnshl,
Kukuda, 2, Doublo play: Sasaki, Abe.
Umpire: Joy. Scorer: W. II. llab
hltt. Tlnio of game: lb. 42m.
(USf WHK ME
With lino weather anil sonio splen
did golllng, a very Interesting toui-
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Kelo3 9 4 f.
St. Loul 4 1 3
Kanictiamehn 4 0 4
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Harney Joy, after ho hud pitched a
great game Sunday, was around look
ing at his Hojton contract nnd won
dering if lie would hit the big
leagues after all.
a a a
Ait Shafcr mado tho prettiest stop
of the season In tho first game on
Saturday wnen lie nabbed n one-
hnudcr that looked like n safe-hit.
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Sam C. is still hitting the ball op
jiortunely for the Jewels. Sam Is cer
tainly mailing lrluibelf useful.
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I'Ukuda is improving with overy
game he pitches, nnd Is now a rather
Uubsy porfoimor In tho box.
The Japanese ball fans ought to bo
getting enthusiastic again. Kelo is
winning onco In a while
a a a
Santa Clara turned the first gamo
ncy was held yesterday by tho Halo- Saturday into nn Inglorious Bawtfeat,
iwa uiuu. lihlKoocl won nrst prize, irr
mid Dr. V II. Humphils took the sec
ond trophy, whllo Judgo A. S. Ma
li nit In topped tho special prize.
The net Femes which follow show
that there was tome classy playing.
Results: St. Clair Hldgood. 77; Dr. Branch:
i'. ii. iiunipuri3, (a ur. ll. Wood
Sanitary Steam Laundry
II. Johnson, 81; O,
A. II. W. Todd, 8C
O. P. Cox,
KG; A. S. Mal.auln, 87; J. S. Orme, 'boktIIAPTMB BmTTO TUB PAIN
89; C. W. Cse-Decrlng. WO. CIS?c wllw 5SS"i ?-F"
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KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
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Companies R, y, a, nnd H hnvo
teams eiitcied. Tho IPs defeated tho
I"s Saturday by a scoie of 0 to 2.
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Makaala, ridden by Jockey I'er
lulin, won fiuin Walos.s.1 Saturday lit
a iiuaitei-mlle match race.
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Starlights JC, Paclllcs (i.
Kowalos 24, Kakaal.cn ,
WalUnwas 10, Iiwas 8.
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MEDAL P1AV PAD
The medal play at the Country
Club closed yesterday with Gill as tho
winner of tho Hi at prize for the best
gross bcore, and Mark Robinson tak
ing the trophy for tho best net score.
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I Halstcad ....43 44 87 2 8S
J. D. Gaines 48 57 105 11 04
M. Robinson ...CI .43 94 18 70
I. Spalding 50 G2 118 12 106
II. C. Carter ....58 52 110 15 95
A. Kwnrt v. ..52 44 9C 15 81
y. Armstrong ...45 42 87 2 85
i:. C. Edmunds ..47 4G 93 9 84
Geo, Angus ....45 43 89 sc 89
E. C. llrown 42 45 87 5 82
C. S. Weight ...51 48 99 15 84
M. Phillips 59 54 113 18 95
J. C. Kvnns 49 I? 97 7 90
IC. M. Campbell,. 44 51 95 5 90
II. Spencer .....70 C9 139 8 131
A. K. Jordan Unfinished
R. A. Joulnn ....57 52 109-18 91
T. GUI ......... 12 38 81 sc 81
Dr. High .......47 40 93 3 90
Geo. Isenberg ...CC G4 130 18 112
S. Ilcardmure ...Gl S3 114 18 9G
it. S. Gray 03 G9 132 15 117
K. J. Waterman .55 40 101 15 86
l Wnterhoufco ..00 52 112 18 94
J. I). Mclucrny ,.51 50 101 15 86
J. A. Wilder ..,.57 63 110 9 1QI
J. G. Rothwell ..58 54 112 18 94
H. Roth 00 53 113 18 93
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Who said Kelo couldn't run bases?
Thoy hnvo always scorned particularly
btrong lu this department, und yes
terday they had everything their own
way In this p.utlcular brancn of tho
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Pctors Is tho sticking kid. His bat
ting oyo Is nil to tho good these dnys.
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