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PUNS WIN CHANGE AT 1ST SERIES
JESUITS SMEAR IMU
Willi MUCH CALCIMINE
In a clean, fnttt came, marled by
tin it I mh lp work, but well spiced up Uascbnll l.cnRuc's regular sclicdulo la
with howl, at the work of the urn
plre, the Santa Claia nine yesterday
demonstrated their superiority mcr
the best which the Tcirltory of Ha- Ranio played with a small crowd pres
wnll can furnish in the way of a base- cut, and concluded with a scoio of
bull team. The scoro was 5 to 0. J4 to 1 In tlio ninth with nobody t
Some wild pitching by Itcutcr, In- t.ec the finish. The reason was that
terspersed thiougli mmo really good the spectators got tired during a ten
work, a few moio walks than should minutes' talkfcsl which was lustlttit
hnc been, Jinil n timely blngle, tell cd over a decision of the umpire, nnd
tlio talc. Kllliuru outpltchcd Renter, hiked for the car, leaving tlio con-
With fewer strlke-outs to his credit, tcstaijts to their own devices,
he did not Issue n complimentary, l-'rleno mid Salbeig of "J.vnta Clara
while Dick was lavish with the tians- were choson to do J;c umplro stunt,
fern. Otherwise ho did well, us few but now tbc,Y jwy "never ngiiln." The
lilts were made on cither side, mid l'uicJ.ftis )i the game won when,
Itlelinid struck out an enormous mini- '"the ninth, Plada struck at the ball
bcr of men. (with Aylett on llrst. The third strlko
IMdlc Fernandez looked like a Mar was a passed ball, and Frlcno called
of the llrst magnitude tlusiigh the l'lada Biifo at first. After ten mlii
namc. but hi the llrst l.vrilng ho as- utcs or moro of talking, during which
sinned for n time the Vroportlons of a the l'unulioiM left the Held, l'lada was
comet with a tall vnd brush whiskers,
lltisK l.appln is,Yinliel the sphere on1
the snouti And "Well done," yelled
tho Cljrans, only to sit down quietly
O-Kcldlc took a Hying Jump, und
i cached the ball dowu in Ills mlt as
nicely as you please. It was u great
In the becond, the locals looked
good, as Hill Vanuntta hammered the
horschlilo for a double, but could nut
cct past third.
In this same Inning, It happened
for tho Usltors. Kennedy singled
and Hjincs, running for him. stole
second nnd iblrd, and came homo on
n wild pitch.
Up to the fifth, neither sldo could
do much, but then tho tcrrlblo hap-
pencil. Ilrodcrlck walked and mi-
nexed scioud and third on passed
balls. Joy did not seem able to stop
anything which Itcutor unwound, and
UIck was certainly n little wild. Ml- on to .run for him. l'lada grounded
burn walked and stole, nnd "Checko" 'mid cverjono was safo on his error,
scored on another passed ball. Hut Then I'.it (lleason flew to Ionian, but
Kllburn and then laippln were nulled So.uci followed with a sacrlllce, but
nt the plate. chnut'cs wero again spoiled when
It was In tho sixth that things ("Sleepy" I)au Arcla How to llegga.
vent tho worst. At tho last of the1 The srorlng started in tho last of
fifth Joy split a finger, nnd was ic- tlio second.
placed by limns behind tho bat. Castle was safe on Joy's bad biiu
Fioin that tlmo on the battery woik- gin, ami Mnicellino sacrificed, and
til well, and It Is probable that If the Castle scored a moment later on Hen
clinugo .had been nuiilo sooner the clemm's two-bagger after Heggs had
game would at least luno been much fanned. Lyman ended It short to
closer. Hut the rush of events was liist. Scoro: I'uns 1, Saints 0.
entirely out of Hums' hands. I'ctcrs lloogs wan nt this stage of tho
walked and llyrucs was hit by a Mine put In Hoggs' placo nt second,
pitched ball. Frlene sacilllced. Ken-1 Iln Sue died second to llrst, nnd
ncdy bunted, and Heuter had the ball Williams third to llrst, followed by
uulckly, hut was up against It to Ilruns, down on tho same play,
know what to do with It. Hymen- Hums went down becond to first,
bad hiked for third, but found Peters Ham got his on a nice throw from
on tho sack thore and was hiking 'Fu Sue, and Kla flew to "Ileef" Ay
back to the place whence, ho came. loll.
Renter slapped tho ball ,to second, ) Harney Joy got u complimentary,
nnd I'etcrs dug for tho plate. A wild hut was grabbed when ho lumbered
thiow the Hums, nnd l'ote was saro nlung In mi attempt to purloin sec
a mllo. Then' Cheese Hroderlck Iln- ond. Aylett died, second to llrst, but
It-lied the fell work by singling to l'lada mado second on short's error,
light field, and allowing Hyrncs and I'.it closed It, second to Mmcelllno.
Kennedy to bent lt'home. This mado' The l'uns toppled down ono, two
the scoro r. to 0. ,tbree. Coming upat the beginning
In tho eighth, tho locals pulled off "f the nth, tho Saints looked good.
nice double. The seventh nnd ninth So.ues dropped ono over second, but
Innings wore chnracteilzcd by a lit- was grabbed up and snapped down
tlo innrse work on tho pint of tho "' second, while "Uccp-Hlccp" Dan
umplro. In tho seventh, Jim Wll- Au-la fanned tho zephyrs. Hu Suo
Hams grounded to Ilrodcrlck and was P"1 a tiansfer, and stnlo In time to
out. hut tho umpire called foul ball, hP0 Jim Williams dlo at tho initial
and Jim lind another chance. Ho unR-
dodged the halt and It struck his hat. '" tho last of tho fifth, tho I'uns
Seeing that tho umplroj thought ho narrowly missed scoring, nftor I,y
w.is lilt, ho wrung Ills blind furiously "'an had reached 'third on a combl
as If In pnln, and was told to tako nation of Udder's choice, steal, and
his base. In tho ninth. Kn Sue was " " " " S KtUtSlltl t:
plainly safe at second on Fernandez'
bunt, but was called out amid hoots
from the crowd, This probably pre -
vented the locals from making good
flinlr rtnn Mitittrti it coii-a I
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All K lift SH O A
En Suo, If, 4 0 1 0
K. Fernandez, lb. ,4011
Durns. ss 4 0 1 1
Jim Williams, 3b., 3 0 0 0
Joy, c 3 0 0 0
Vanuntta, 2b 3 0 2 0
11. Hums, if 3 n n n
Kla, cf. 3 0 0 0
Keillor, p 3 0 (1 0
Totals 30 0 h 1 21 12
All It nil 8H () A
l,-ipplli. 2b 2 0 1 2 1
A. Sharer. IK 3 0 I 0 2 .!
PelPis, If 2 1 0 0 2 0
Hymen, 3b 3 1 0 0 2 1
PUIS WIN h Mil
Tlio Inst ecrics of the Honolulu
, ""' - omui-uny m ,i miner weepy
called out, mid serenity restored.
Tho Saints came up llrst, Kn Suo
dying Hampton to (lleason, but John
Williams starting tho ball rolling
when lie gave lleggu a swift proposi-
tton to negotiate, mid reached first
.while tho second baseman was piny-
'lng with It. He stole second and
took third while Marcclllno was
chasing a passed ball, llriins flew to
I,yinaii, when Joy went out on u neat
Itlirow from Hums to llrst, and tho
Saints failed to score,
I Kn Sue dropped I-yman's grounder.
but grabbed up Hums' and pinned
! Lymnn ' nt second. Hums being safe
on a fielder's choice. Ham dropped
an easy one over tho Infield, but Kla
funned and II. Ilruns was out on u
jjCef Aylett started It In tho sec-
ond by placing a blngle over second,
Harney Joy (think of It!) was put
Ficlno, rf. 3 0
Kenned), cf 2
'1, SI"Jfl''' p: 3 "
mm".. .. ' ""i; J
. ...24 S 4 3 27 10 0
1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 tl
I) Huns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
0 II. II 0 10 0 0 111 13
' 1 2 3 4 r, G 7 8 9
Huns 0 10 0 13 0 0 15
n. ii oiooiiio i
Two-luso hit Vannattn.
liases on balls Off Heuter, 7,
Shuck out Hy Heuter, 11; by Kll
Wild pitches Heuter, I.
Passed balls Joy, 3,
Siiciluco hit Frelne.
Double play Kla-I-Vrnandcz.
Tlmo or Kanin I hour RS iiiIiiuIch,
Scoier W. II. Uabbltt.
passed ball. Hampton grounded to
Kn Suo mid was just too Into In a
valiant dive for llrst, being the third
Opening the sixth, O. Ilruns an
nexed first on Henderson's error, but
died nt second, while Harney I'ol was
safe on a fielder's choice. Ileef Ay
lett flew to Hoogi, nnd l'lada ended
j tho spasm by smnshlng one to Hen
derson, who pinned Harney on hoc
end. Kla fanned, but II. Ilruns took two
sacks on mi overthrow from En Sue;
Castle lilt, and Marcclllno sacrificed.
Hooks flew to Aylett, aqd there was
mother goose-egg on tho scoro bonid
At tho first of tlio sovciith, I'at
(lleason smashed n speedy one, but
Hums nailed It, nnd tlmi Sonrcs died
Ham to Antonio, while Dan of tno
snoozes again beat tlio air.
Then it happened.
Henderson was robbed of n hit by
Jim William's fast work. After I,y
ntnn drew his walking permit, Harney
dropped Hums' bunt nnd both romp
ed homo as Hampton pasted the pel
let far out, to left, nnnexlng three
hacks. Kin sacrificed niVi' Wnm slid
homo.. Harry llrjns took second on
Aj lett's ivrof, but Cnstlo flew to (I.
..'-'."ilns and the swift slide down tho
chute was stopped.
Kn Suo flew to II. Ilruns In the
eighth, Jim Williams was out, Kn
Rue to ono Antonio (I. Marcclllno.
However, O. Ilruns hit over second,
only to die nt that sack on Joy's
Riounclcr to Henderson.
Marcclllno flew to Arcla, Hoogs
wns out, third to first, unci Hender
son died nt tho Initial bag.
Aylett lilt to center nt the bcgln-
'nhig of tho ninth. l'lada Btruck out
on n passed ball, but Umpire Frlcno
failed to call him nut, and a tcrrlblo
inckct ensued. Frlene finally called
Mm out, and the band played "Star
Spangled Hanncr." Hut Hcrgcr lind
tl.c wrong cue, nnd tho game wns fln
ally resumed. Kn Sue wns put on to
run for Aylett. I'at got a hit, be
cause Henderson held tho ball.
'oarcs Hew to center and Kn Suo
tame In on the sacrlllce. Arcla fan-
Tho game, which was quiet nnd
almost featureless, went as follows:
AH 11 mi SH O A
l.yman, c 3 1 U 1 G 2 I)
Hums, ss 3 10 113 2
I Hampton, p 4 1 2 0 U 3 11
Kin, cf. 4 0 (I (l 1 u u
, Ilruns, If 4 0 u 0 1 0 o
Castle, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 0
Mnrcallluo, lb. ...2 0 0 0 12 0 0
HlKqs, 2b 0 II U 1 0 2
Henderson, 3b. ..I 0 1 U 0 4 1
Hoogs, 2b 3 0 0 0 5 2 0
Totals 32 I 4 2 27 10 6
I aii it mi an o a k
Kn Sue, 3b 3 0 (I 1 0 3 2
Jim Williams, ss. .1 0 0 1 0 S 0
(1. Hruus, 2b I 0 l o t 2 1
Joy, p 3 I) 0 II 0
Aylett, cf 4 1
2 0 2 0 1
0 0 I) 0 0
1 0 13 0 0
10 4 2 0
0 0 10 0
l'lada, rf. 4 0
(lleason, lb I 0
SoarcH, c 3
Arcla, If 1
, ...3.1 1 G 2 21 15 r,
Hlinn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
II. II 0 10 0 10 0 1 23
"un 0 10 0 0 0 3 0
D. II 1 10 0 0 110
i Two-base lilt Henderson.
I Thrcc-baso hit Hampton.
Hnscs on balls Off Hampton, 2; off
Struck out Ry Hampton, I; Joy, 4.
Wild pilch Joy.
Passed nails l.yman, 2.
Sacrlnco hits Mnicalllni. 2.
i Tlmo of game I hour 10 mluutcu.
I Umpires Frolno and Salherg.
Scorer W. II. Uabbltt.
The Walpahiis yestcrdny defeated
the Kwas n't tho lattcr'u grounds by
the store of 7 to 2 In u hotly contest
ed ball gnmo of oleven Innings. Tho
chief rooter for tho Kwas was F. II.
IWo.st, nnd for Walpahu J. II. Arudt,
accompanied by his now hat.
' Tho second round of the croquet
tourney nt Knplolani Park yesterday
was won by Prlnco Kuhlo's tonni from
tho Mukco Islanders and by tho Pott
office from tho Police.
Tho team of tho U. 8. S. hoquols
defeated tho All-Stars at Kakaako
yesterday by a scoio of 1G to-!t, at
I it it t:
Tho Jap I.eaguo reopened yestcr
dny, with tho following results: Asa
lil Juniors G, Fusooi 2; Kachos 2ft
Tho Starlights aunoxed the cup of
tho Seaside League, yesterday by de
feating the Pacifies by a scoro of G
Austin Whlto )esterday won tho
final round of tho legulai- match play
of tho Honolulu flolf Club.
Tho third round for tho Melueiny
Cup wan completed nt tlio Cnuntiy
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