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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1908
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CORNER OF KINO and BETHEL STS.
ARE BEST BATSMEN
Their Batting Strength
Exceeds That of
In tlio latest batch of unofficial
hatting averages of tlio National ami
Amoiican League pin) era, tlio names
of only ten men appear In the .300-
pcr-cent. class. To ho exact, only
! (I FAN'S FANCIES
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Charlie Street's catch of a baschall
dropped from tlio top of the Wash
ington monument is considered in his
toWn as a foolish stunt. It was ten
to one that ho would get hurt, and
then the Senators would have been
seriously up against It for a back
stop. The ball was going at a rate
of approximately a mile and n half a
minute when It stiuck his glove, nnd
the thwack could bo heard several
hundred yards away. It is estimat
ed that no player ever before caught
n lmll trnvdllnf? nt such siloed. Sov-
four National Leaguers are In tlio crnl famoug catcher8 lmvo trlcd Uils
class the fans delight to honor, and Blunt tnough ,mBUl;Cc8sfuiy, before.
a n h i
number of baschall stunts to
the Individual abilities of tlio
only six Americans. Of these, only
six are regular players on the teams
they nic lucmberB of.
Willie the baseball enthusiasts
Idolize the ".300 hitters" and ap
plaud them when they appear to face
the cunning twlrlers, the gcncrnl
wall ocr the decrease in batting,
that was constantly to bo heard two
)c.rn ago, is now absent. Tlio rea
son given for this Is that the last two
lights for the world's championship
ilenii)ii8tinted that tlio highest hon
ors In baseball can bu attained by
teams that lack hatting strength nnd
make up for it by Inside pln)ing and
the use of brain power.
When the Chicago Wlilto Sox met
the Cubs in the post-season seilcs of
men have been suggested. For In
stance, contests In throwing tlio ball
for distance, and the like, are sug
gested. It is hoped that probably, as
a change, the crowd would rather
see this than real baseball.
The South Dakota petty ofllceis,
or olio of them. Is blamed with hand
ing out the wrong dopo on their gnme
with the California C. P. O.'s. Thero's
nobody much hint, but those Cali
fornia bojs certainly can play base
ball. 8 n
A six- or clght-club baseball
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sticiigth tho National Leaguers had
It on tho Americans two to one. Tho
hard-hitting of tho Cubs had won
them the greatest number of games
evor won by a major league team In
a season. On the other bund, the
Tho Jewels havo made a profitable
business out of baseball this season.
190G it was conceded that in batting league Is now projected on the Coast.
competition witn nic mtmornia huiio
League has shown the Const leaguers
that they cannot uso a four-club
lenguo.to burl; a bigger aggregation.
The, only objection made to Inter-
So x were notably weak with tha bat. Island .baseball is that It might not
It looked as though Coinlskey's men pay expenses. When the lecolpts
could not develop the attacking pow-.won't defray tho shoo bill, steamer
or of the Cubs. When the scries end- fare Is taken as n question worthy
(d with tho Sox the winners the ex- the most caieful consideration.
perts set to woik to figure out the
leneon for their victory, nnd it was
found that the team made up for any
lack of strength In attack with the Their shaio of the profits has been
but by superior team woik on the $50, through the whole season. Their
L.1BC3 nnd In the field. Ishoe bill has amounted to ITS. That
Last season n comparison of tho is making money nt baseball,
batting nverages of the Chicago Cubs j 8 tt n
and tho Detiolt Tigers showed Hint Jo 0ns wl" llllvc llttle moro mon
tho Americans Individually and col- "' J"t now to blow In on ciops. At
lectlvely excelled the National ' 8" I"1" " roll ' l't on the
League men In batting strength, 'l'onles. Thnt is his gieatcst weak
Neverthcless tho Cubs defeated tho.ncss
Tigers Iu four straight games. '
There Is no doubt tho tesult of I '" 'Tl? .." ".""'.. '.,B '"' '
these Important series cuused the
fans to drop tho batting question for ,
the. time being, nnd give mote con
sideration to the other features of
the national game. Fans nowadnjs
appreciate the fact that It Is not nl
wnja tho player with the fattest bat
ting average who Is most vnluablo to
n bnll team. The pla)er who man
eges to get on the bases In some way
or other is (ho chap tho average man
ager Is looking for. The batsman
who can bring in runs, even If ho
doesn't get the ball to unoccupied
territory, Is much sought after. Sci
entific batsmen who take ndvantago
of tho placing of tho opposing ln
flclders nt ci It leal stages of a game
are few and far between. Their
work Is not always appreciated in the
stands, although they do more. In tho
long run, to help their teams win
el? Probably It's P.tpke now. The
question Is whether Hilly will also
construct a color line.
NATIVE SONS DANCE
Tho grand ball given by tho Natlvo
Sons and Daughters of tho Qohle:i
West was n great success last evening
at tho Moana Hotel. Tho grand march
was led by Governor l're.ir, himself a
Native Son, and Mrs. 1'iear. Tho Na
tho Sons on board the cruiser Cali
fornia wcro much In evidence, as wuro
nlbo tho offlcers on boa id tho other
ships. T. A. O'llrlcn was Door man
ager, and ho was assisted by a num
ber of other Native Sons. Tho recep
tion commltteo met the guests in the
lobby and welcomed them.
Tho committee was composed en
tliely of ladles, Including Mrs. O. C.
Scott (chnlrman), Miss Lucas, Miss
i Weir, Miss Bowman, Mrs. Whitehead,
Mrs. Noycs, Mrs. Soule, Miss Tollan,
Miss Waltz and Mrs. Tlmmons.
All In all, tho ball was a grand suc
cess. for their effectiveness.
After tho season of 1S87, when
nine batsmen made averages of .380
0YAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietor: late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
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Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
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than the slugger who has the fat
batting avciace as tho result of
good, haid swings at tho bnll. Often
the star batsman leaves the grounds
with tho feeling, "I made four lilts
who Won tho gnme?"
A vcteian ball player who has seen
nil thn crent ImtRmen nf tbn n.ist nml
present, thinks tho decrenso In bat-'per cent., or better nnd no less thin
ting Is owing to tho fact that the fifty-one ,300-per-ccnt. hitters got
ball has been deadened. "The rca-, their names in the official averages,
son for the slump- In batting," Bas tho cruBado against the batters In
the votcmn, "can be directly tiaccd favor of tho pltchrcs began In cam
to tho fact thnt the ball now used Is est. That year "Pop" Anson led tho
tho deadest In the history of the league with .421 per cent. Dan
name. Tho foul strlko rule has had Hi outliers lilt .419, tho late Charloy
some effect, but not enough to cause
butting to full off the way lt has.
Moving the pitcher back has also
made the foe of tho battors moio ef
fective, Instead of less bo. as was in
tended. It was haid to nttnln a
Ferguson .412, and Sam Thompson
,40C. The pitching was good In
those days with John Clnrkson, Tim
Kccfe, and Chniley Ferguson In tho
Napoleon Lajole holds tho honor of
good curve or break when the pitch- liolng the last batter to finish tho
lug distance was only fifty feet, and
the pitchers had to rely mora on
speed, change of pace, and contiol
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
season with a percentage hotter than
.400. In the history nf tho major
leagues, this feat has been accom
plished eighteen times. Tour mon
did it beforo thn National League
was organized in 187C, The highest
mark ever recorded was made by
Ross names, second baseman of the
Boston club, in 1873. The record Is
.453 per cent. Hugh Duffy of Bos
ton is credited with tho highest fig
ures in the National League. .438
per cent., made In 1894. Wllllo
Keolor, then with Baltimore, comes
fctcond, with .432 per cent., mado Iu
1S97. The neatest marks to .400
per cent, without tinning the tMck
woie .399, made by "Pop" Anson In
1881, and .399 mado by the late Ed.
Delchanty In 1895. N. Y. Sun,
GUNBOAT SMITH TO
BOX SPIKE HIGGINS
Jack Scully Signs Heavy
Weight For 15
(1 u n boat Smith nnd Spike Hlgglns,
the two heavyweight boxers of tho
Fleet who put up such a rattling go
o week since, were last oventng sign
ed by Jack Scully to box 15 rounds
bofore tho Independence Club on
their return from Samoa.
Tho final acceptance of nil tcrma
came from Smith this morning; Hlg
glns was swung Into lino last even
ing. Tho men wont ten rounds to a
draw hero the other evening, nnd
both took the eyes of the crowd. They
further developed a keen spirit of
ilvahy between them, which will
lend a bit of ginger to the coming
This is to bo ono of the main goes
of tho shows which are to bo on after
tho return of tho ships from their
Mitttllern ciulse. Smith Is a new ono
nt the game, but a fellow of the
right build, who simply loves the
game. Hlgglns Is a man with speed
nnd stamina, and with unbounded
confidence in his own ability. It Is
hinted that ho was too confident be
foro his recent bout hero with Smith,
piounhly tho fnct that the long Gun
boat had the better of It all through
will bring him into tho ring this
time prepared to put forth every pos
Smith is a remarkable man In a
way. Ho Is as long as Dob Fltzslm
mons in the reach. Ho hag as Utile
weight below tho waist line as had
Jim Corbett, and ho has a wonderful
ihest nnd arms. He can deliver an
awful wallop, too, but has not learn
ed the art of short-arm work yet,
confining his efforts to wldo Bwlngs,
nnd to Borne hnrmless pecking In
clinches. Still, he has u range that
looks like championship stuff, and
thero Is no denying that ho can mill
some when tho occnslon demands.
Hlgglns Is a willing boxer, nl
wajs boring In, and ready to tako a
good deal of punishment. Smith
fulled to bother him In their last
bout. It was because of Spike's pow
ets for taking things rather than on
account of a lack of ability on the
OunboaVs pait, however.
Tho men uro well matched, In fnct,
and they aro rivals. Tlio go looks
good to the wise ones.
a a n
The boxers of the Pacific Fleet ap
pearing hero haven't shown the
6a mo class as those of the Atlantic
Battle Fleet. They seem to be less
experienced at tho game. Interest
among tho Pacific Fleet men, in fact,
seems to tun almost entirely to base
ball, while the Atlantic Fleet couldn't
put out a team. Basketball which
was very rough and boxing which
was well worth any mnn's tlmo to
see, were the sports furnished by
Spcrry's men. Excellent baseball Is
tho forto of the present visitors.
One Is reminded In this connection
of Tlgho and Schlossbcrg, two of the
Bailor-boys who havo appeared In tho
ring hero within the last few months,
ono from the special service squad
ron, and the other from the battlo
fleet. Nothing like them, and like
Tlgho In particular, has over been
seen In this city. Ho was the man
of whom Jeffries said anything was
possible even a successful go with
Kctchel or Papko.
liltil YACHTS MAY SAIL
ID WAJfE HIAY
A criilbfe of the local yachts to Wat
anao next Saturday Is planned. Tho
committeemen have had the Hawaii
out, only Inst Sunday taking a sail
in her to Walnnao, getting used to
her, nnd studying her with a view to
getting tho very most out of her In
tho next Trnns-Paclflc Yncht Itace.
This tlmo it Is planned to havo the
other boats ro along.
Tho moonlight nights now aro an
Inducement. A boat landing has
been put up at Walanao, and tho
voynge is looked on aB altogether de
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California Nine Beats
The cruiser California's baseball
team yestciday afternoon gave tho
Tenncssces a bad setback In their
pennant aspirations, taking nil tho
honors of n good game by tho out
landish scora of 8 to 0 tlio first
gnme which tho Tcnncsseo aggrega
tion has lost In this place.
The contest was even until tho
sixth, with both sides placing very
close baseball, but 'with tlio liming
rather light. Tho Callfornlns pluck
ed down their first run in tho sixth,
by tho combination of a double by
Ludwig, a sacrifice, and a bingle by
Averill. The Tenncssces showed
their Inability to put tho ball on the
enrpot In the next Inning, but tho
Callfornlnns scored again. Hcaly lilt,
Machado bunted nnd beat It, wllllo
Healy went to third on nn error at
first. Machado stole, and both scor
ed on Kludo's hit. Hlgglns made a
two-bagger, scoring Kladc, and him
self cume home on Thronson's blnglo
and Tuebert's error.
Avoilll drew his homer in tho
eighth. It wns n beauty, right along
ftrst-baso line. Frank was nnfo on
nn error, and Machado singled, both
beating it homo when Klade again
singled at the opportune time.
It was a shameful beating for the
Southerners, marked by that beauti
ful home run.
AB It III! SI)
Henley, ss 4 1, 1
Machado, 2b 5 2 2
Kaldo, lb 5 1
Hlgglns. c 5 1
Ludwig, 3b 4
Tluonson, If 4
Mellon, cf 3
Averill. rf. 4
Frank, u 4 1 0 0 10
together, but It Is moro than likely
that the boys will bo gotten togeth
er by Piomntcr Jack Scully.
I Thn funs hero are Inclined to
.look on Nelson as one of the best lit
j the lightweight class hero, and noinu
even think ha Is better than any of
.the locals who ever donned n mil.
I For this leason, they nru particular
ly anxious to see how he will stack
up against thnt paragon of clever
I Nelson Is not clever; he docs not
claim to be. Ho can fairly thrtvo
on punishment, and then win tho
bouts, lie Blnshes right In, nnd does
n't wait to do polito about It. He Is
exactly the nntltjpo of Itellly, and
for thnt reason one of the best Im
aginable men to meet the boy from
the Coast. "-"J! I
Though he has announced his re
tirement from tho ring. It Is hinted
that ho can bo Induced to come back
Totals 38 S 13 1 27 7
AB It UII SB O A
Bush, 3b '..4 0 1
Green. If. 4 0 0
McCaffcrty, cf. ...4 0
Kaufman, lb 4
HnmiB, 2b 4 0 1
Zehner, rf 4 0 0
Tuebcrt. ss 4 0 0
0 0 0 10 0
Neff. c. ..
...3 0 0
...3 0 0 0
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Q 24 10 7
Totals 34 0 2
Huns 0 0000143 8
Bai.O Hits 0 2 0 10 2 4 4 13
Base Hits 0 110 0 0 0 0 02
Two base hits Ludwig, Kalde, Hlg
glns. Three base hit Thronson.
Homo run Averill.
Base on balls Off Frank, 1.
Struck out By Frank, 9; Blahos, 4
Hnnrlflro llltK HelllcV. Mcllcll.
Umpire Midshipman Cox, South
ItElllY MAY I0W IB
YOHSOH ill MMi
Charlie Itellly and Young Nelson
will probably box on tho 3d of next
month, Tho thing Is not settled nl-
James W. Rhodes, ousted Instruct
or, will piess charges of Intoxication
and neglect of duty against Profes
sor Walter K. Mageo, head of tho do
pnitment of physical culture at Berkeley.
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