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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1908
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Agitation Against Dread
Agitation ngnlnst the spit ball has
assumed n condole form, with Man
agers Connie Mack of the Athletics,
.Jimmy JleAlccr of St. I -oil la, inrl
riehler .Jones of Chicago ns the lead-
eiH of the opposition to the spltter.
While Jones has licen opposed to the
like, of tlie dampened splieio for two
ears, Stuck mid McAleer li.ivo only
icrcntly lllcd their objections. Mack
was quoted recently as Haying:
"Mark my prediction. This Is the
last jeur of the spltter if the mana
gers of the American League clubs
have their way. The opposition to
t ho spit lin 11 has grown, nnd I cer
tainly look for It to he legislated
ngnlnst next winter nt tlio annual
meetings of the American and Na
tional Leagues. Whllo eomo doubt
It, I am firm in the opinion that a
rule'can ho made against the spltter
which can be enfoiccd. The best
Jifdgo of a spit ball Is the umpire. No
twlrlor enn fool the olllclul when he
In using a spltter."
Charley t'onilskey, owner of tho
Chicago While Sox, is not ns strong
against the spit hall as his manager,
fcd. Walsh, who Is tho mainstay of
the So In the pitcher's box, Is n spit
ball nitlst of high degree. Many
good judges consider Walsh the best
pitcher In the American League and
as good as any in tho National.
Holder Jones recently voiced his op
position to the spit ball to Coinlskcy.
"Why," said lie. "if nil tho pitch
ers were to uso the bplt hall, after n
while there wouldn't bo any base hits
made." To which the "Old Romnu"
answered: "Well, when the tlmo
comcu when there nte no more bnso
hits thcntho White Sox will win tho
pennant cveiy year."
Harry Ilowtll of tho St. Louis
Drowns, who beat tho Highlanders
last Filday, instead of being one of
tho most persistent users of tho splt
ter In either league, now claims that
ho only uses tho wet ball In pinches.
While Howell .believes tho spit ball
will be used next year the Banio ns
In the past, ho Is taking no chances
or Its being abolished.
Barney I'elty, another one of tho
111 owns' pitching utalf, Bays that It
would he Impossible for the umpire
to detect a pitcher moistening the
ball, as It would only bo necessary
for him to wipe n little perspiration
'from his arm, nnd in that way damp
en the ball.
li om Dettolt comes a story of the
happenings In a gamo between the
Highlanders and tho Tigers on the
recent Western tilp of tho llroadwny
Hoy In which Jack Chesbto wns con
duced that tho Tigers had doctoied
the ball so that ho could nut uso his
"Thej'vo put something on lha
ball," said Chesbro to Umplio Hilly
Evans, so tho story goes, when Happy
Juck was being slightly bumped In
the eighth Inning. '
"If they'vo put anything on It, glvo
it to mo nnd take this new one," was
Chesliio looked nt both balls, then
threw tho new ono hack.
"No, I guoss I'll stick to this oen,"
he said. "Muylio It's Just my Imagi
nation. 1 can't get my bplttor work
This ended thu subject, Kvans
thought, but a moment later Tyius
Cobb sent the ciowd mad by his
slabbing tilplo to right center, win
ning the gnmo. Thtti Jack started
"I tell you thoy put something on
that ball," ho said. "1 tasted it afore,
I pitched It."
"The ball was brought to Evans,
who gingerly tabled tho cover to hco
If thoso tilcky Tigers had put oil of
mustard or somo other "dope" on it
to that tho bplt ball couldn't work,
"Tastes all right," ho bald.
"Tastes funny, I any," argued
"Lenimo tnbto it," said Klberfcld.
"Tastes like lemon pie," solemnly
declared Herman Schuofcr, holding
liis flugois in lila mouth.
"Kind o' nutincggy," ruminated
lllll Donovan, "like splco rnlco."
"Do you think tho ball has been
doctored?" demanded Kvnns of HI
beifohl, "Well, Jack says It tastes funny."
"Glvo It to me, then, and I'll have
So u now ball was put Into play
IE FAN'S FANCIES
Charlie Lyman as a sprinter ot
wonderful nblllty Is piobably about
the next. thing which will bo heard
of hole, nnd possibly on tho main
land. Lyman hns wonderful speed.
Fifty yards Is hardly n fair test of
speed; a watch may bo ever so
slightly off, or tho timer's hnnd may
not ho experienced, nut a iiuntirca
Is tho thing-. There are rumors that
Lyman can negotiate the dlstnnco In
even time. If ho can, Honolulu Ins
a sprinter thnt ought to go In for
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How about Ketchcl's big talk ot
meeting Hums now? lleforo ho can
break Into tho heuvy class, ho has yet
to get out ot tho middleweight
bunch. Then, when ho gets out,
there nro some good ones to beat be
foie he gets as far as Hums. Hut,
then, Stanley was tho confident, kid.
Ho had never had a reef taken In his
assurance. Ho will probably scrap
better now for having been given a
dinbhlng by "Smiling" Hilly Papke.
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Cy Young Old Cy Is certainly
the Gladstone of tho greatest game.
Ho Is tho grnnd old man. This sen-
son ho hns won 1C out of 22 games
ho has pitched. During the nineteen
jenrs ho has been pitching In the
major leagues, ha has taken part In
0 games and won ITS of them, or
u percentage of .C.12.
What's tho matter with baseball?
Tho lenguo will discuss tho mutter
tomorrow. Probably less scml-nma-tourism
and some straight profes
blonnllsm In tho gamo hero -would ho
u solution of n cure for the present
slump In Interest.
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All tho comedy Is nut on tho stage.
A certain fan in Cinwfordsvllle, Ind.,
must go without n shavo until tho
end of tho American Lcaguo season,
beams'! ho bt on tho wrong team.
He wears a full beard.
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It Is unfair to say that tho Inroads
of American culture nre not very
inaiked In our newer possessions. Tho
very lieet fielder In tho South Atlan
tic League Is u Cuban by tho name ot
'Itulic" Wnddoll causcd-ronstcrnn-
tlou In St. Louis by the announce
ment that ho Is going to umplin a
ball game between tho St. Louis Col
lege Gills and tho lloston Bloomer
Kddlo Fernandez Is In favor of a
bhort second berles of baseball. It
will savo him u good deal of trouble,
In making It unnecessary for him tn
got a team together.
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McGiathlnla, tho oldest breeding
fat m In tho woild, and situated In
Kentucky, of course, wns icccntly
sold as tho result of the New York
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The Hawaiian Gnu Club Is dor
mant, waiting for tho icturu ot Har
vey final England. Without Harvey
there Is no ono to win tho shoots.
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lllll Viinnnttii wants lots of babe
ball. Tho Kiiiub havo started off so
well tliht ho can't stand to tee thu
emoluments go glimmering.
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There Is no suggestion of football
fever In Hawaii, though tho long
bailed hcio Is getting tn stioug now
on tlio mainland.
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Collego Maid, tho guldcjess jiarer,
iciently went n mile In 2:01), lower
ing her own world's record.
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What Is needed In Honolulu simrts
Is enough boxers for alt tho promoters.
By Hour or Trip.
G. O. Beckley, Jr.
Maui Pitcher Rattles
ELEIH.i:. Kauai, Sept. 8. A largo
number of people turned out o wit
ness the games played lust Sunday,
Sept. fitli, at Hannpepo ground, be
tween tho l'akala nnd Hanapepo
tteums, which wns exceedingly Inter
esting and full of excitement. After
a hard battle the latter carried the
game nwny to victory with a closo
scoro of 7 to 0. Ah Tol, pitcher of
the Hanapepo nine, exhibited n nlco
pitching game. Ho wns the real star
of tho gamo and proved to be a twirl
cr of gieat ability, by striking, out
nineteen men. His work in tho
box wns n puzzlo to tho boys of tho
Following was tlio llnc-up of tho
l'akala V. Cordelro, lb-c; M.
Fcrnnndez, cf; J. Furtado, c-lh; M.
Ahreu, 2b; M. Duurtc, ss; F. Cor
dclio, rf; M. Ignnclo, lb; J. Hnpozo,
If; M. Costa, 3b; A. Fernandez, cf;
Joso Costa, p.
Hanapepo L. CIcmcnte, If; W.
Montz, 3b; J. Ornellas, 2b; Gen, c;
J. Lenndro, rf; Ah Tol, ; A. M. Sou
za, lb; Ircneo Akann, ss; J. Souza,
cf; Kali, cf.
Scoro by Innings:
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Hanapepo 10102300 7
Struck out: lly Ah Tol, IS; by J.
Costa, 7. liases on balls: Off Ah Tol,
off J. Costa, 1. Umplro: J. Kala-
nl. Scorer: Nicholas Akauu.
S6ULLV SIS BOXERS
Jack Scully yesterday signed up
Schlndlc, the man Introduced to tho
promoter as well ns to tho public
hero through tho Bulletin, to
go on tho mat with Sailor Roberts
when tho Fleet returns here. Ho
also signed two welters, L. Frommer
of tho Tennessee, and Jack Shurlock,
to box fifteen rounds for tho welter
weight championship of tho Fleet.
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Mrs. 12. A. Kostn, wlfo of artlst
sculptor, commits suicide with gas lu
San Francisco hotel.
Venezuela In note blames Da Ttou3
fur In oak with Dutch nnd wan to sat
isfaction for grievances.
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and tho other was carefully guarded. i
It has been sent to linn Johnson
nnd ho can tnsto It himself. Muyho
they wllj send It to Dr. WIloy nt
Washington to havo It carefully look
Kvans, however, hasn't any great
belief that anything was put on tho
Lull except Ty Cobb's bat. Tho com
bination of tho ball and that stick
was enough to put n bad tasto In
Tho New Yoik manager did not
claim tho ball was a rabbit, or extra
lively one. Tho only kick insula was I
that tho cover hud been doctored. '
IlELLINGHAM, Wash., Aug. 2.-,.
A crowd of 5,000 people witnessed
the opening of tho four-day lace meet
at tho Fair Giounds hole today. Thu
weather was fine nnd tho track fast
Tho fcatuic of tho day's racing was
the toweling of tho world's mile pac
ing record by Collego Maid, tho guldo
less pacer, who went tho distance In
2:0!), bicaklng tho former record
held by hcisclf of 2:00 1-4.
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Joo Cohen states that ho Is going
again Into tho boxing game, as pro
moter. He will hung out a fat purso
for any boy of tho Fleet who can go
with Ch'arlle KclMy. Ho also con
templates hiinglug down from tho
Coast bomo clnstiy hoy to go on with
Itcllly. Joe has done tho sumo soit
of piumotlng hole before, nnd made
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Tho South Dakota chief petty onl
ceis defeated tlio.so of tho California
at .baseball, played In Kaplolani
Pntk, by u scoro of 12 toe'. Tho los
eis are to bo hosts nt a very lino
dinner to ho given on tho return of
tho Fleet heie from Samoa.
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Play for tho Minion Cup, offered
for tho championship of tho Hawaii
an Islands, starts next Sunday at tho
Oahu Country Club.
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Tho baseball team of tho West Vir
ginia yostoiday defeated tho battal
ion team at Fort Shatter by a scoro
of G to 3.
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.1. C. Thomas, a woll-known angler,
landed u iccoid trout weighing 31
lounds whllo linking at Taboo.
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Allen Winter, an Indianapolis Btal
llou, won tho $50,000 American trot
ting handicap at llcudvllle.
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team of tho American Atsoclatlnu, Iccniuo n Oiant on August 20, ac
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games against other Abboclatlon cluba almost at will. Ho is said to ho
faithful In his attendance, nt practice and in games, but is rrcdlled tilh
being somewhat of a Jester In play. It Is common for him to stiIKo nut
from six tu eight men In a gamo, but whclhor ho will bo nbla to do this
against tho more experienced batsmen of tho- big league lumains to ho
seen, ills jesting is declnied to consist of pitching Induforoutly with va
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