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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. 28, 1908.
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Out, In Their Last
The Moohc.ius won n came and lost
n gnine for their last r.ppcaranco heic.
On Saturday they lost out to tlio Puna
by 11 score of 12 to 1, but yesterdny
they took tlio measure of the I'nlamns
and won a 0-to-5 kuiiio. after some
ery close work. This is their last
The details of that first day nro
boon told. The dlspailty in hits Was
not fo great ns In the score; 10 to C
(ho lilts stood, hut, though Williams
(if llllo was halted harder than the
Williams of St. Louis fame, n differ
ence In tho support given the men
was largely accountable for that top
The Moo-cowa scored one In tho
rtfth, when Hampton bungled n
chance for an assist.
Tho Puns bcorcd three In the first
and three In the second, and nil of
live in the fifth. Tevca' and Shel
don's errors let In Mnrcnlllno and
Ilruni, and Castle went to second. KU
lilt, scoring Castle, ami, with two
men down, after Hoogs had lilt, Hen
derson blugled, and later ran In on
(leoige Desha's crior
Castle made another for the Puns
In the seventh, after which the scor
ing w'.'is through.
Yesterday It was finite a different
Ilrlck Lyman led off with a threc
liagger, sliding home on Desha's sac
ilflce. The Palamnt caino In and
eu-rjonu proceeded to hit tho hall
Imi (I. Correa, Ilonan, and Kealoha
singled, and then Walker sent them
all romping to the pan with a long
tluce-baggcr to right-field fence. Hut
Ivahaiiuinul wag out, pitcher to first,
iiinl Walker was milled at the plate.
Kama singled, hut was stopped on an
attempted steal. The crisis was past.
It wiib the only swntfest of tho game.
I The Mooheati8 sent one ncioss in
tho second, also, when Teves went to
third on first's error, and crossed on
Todd's sacrifice. Tnklng another
brnce, they tied It In the nfth. when
Sheldon annexed the second sack on
Knhmiwliiui's error, and romped
home when Tecs singled. Hut" Mor
pheus got In his work in the last of
the same Inning, and Correa nnd Ke
aloha both beat it heme on an orei
thiow, (list to second.
The seventh was memorable, as the
visitors took tho lead thcie. Lyman,
Hill Desha, and Sheldon all singled,
the first two scoring. Sheldon scored
tho winning run a minute later on
Teves" sacrifice a long fly to Pan
lulil. The tale told In oiTlcinl figures:
All II III! SU O
Lymnn, ss . ,
W. Desha, cf .... 5
U. Dosha, If I
Sheldon, 21i ....4
Teves, 3b 2
Solomon, c 4
Todd, lb 4
Williams, rf 4
Ollvclin, p 3
Totals 3D 6 7 2 27 9 1
au n mi sn o a 1:
Correa, lb 2 2 1 0 13 0 1
Honau, ss 4 1 1 0 1 G 1
Kcalohn, 3b. ...4 2 2 0 1 1 0
Walker, cf 4 0 1 0 2 0 0
Kahnawinul, 2b . I 0 1 0 2 4 1
Kama, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 0
Paaluhl, If 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Esplndn, p 4 010010
Hoopli, c 3 0 0 0 7 2 1
Totals 31 G 8 0 27 13 4
Huns and base hits by lnning3:
Moohcaus 11001030 0 6
II. II 110110 3007
Palamns 30002000 0 G
11. II G 1 0 1 1 0000 8
SUMMARY Two-baso hits: To
os, Williams. Thrce-baso hits: Ly
man, Walker. liases on balls: off Es
plndn, 3; Ollvelra, G. Stiuck out:
by Esplnda. 8; Olvclrn, G, Wild
pitch: Esplnda, Hit b pitched ball;
Ollvclra. Saciillco hit: Teves. Dou
ble, plays: Ollvelra to Todd to Solo
man, Knhnuwinul to Correa, Sheldon
(unassisted), Tlmo of game: lh.
2Gm. Umpire: W. PreBtldge. Scor
er: W. T. Haposo.
Tho Luso League opened up nt Ka
plolflnl Park yesterday, thu Lusltn
mis beating out the San Antomos by
a scoie of 2G to 20 It is said that a
false score wafc doped out for tWa
same, a scoie of 4 to 3.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Ji
ODE FAN'S HKB
When, Walker came to bat. some
Moohcau remarked his cross-handed
style of gripping the stick and said,
"Aw, this fellow enn't bat." Walker
mado it a three-bagger to right gar
den, elenring all threo bases and
scoring threo runners.
Panluhl forgot in the seventh that
n runner niny come home from third
nftcr a fly ball has bctn caught In tho
outfield. He tossed the ball In a leis
urely manner to Esplndn, while Shel
don was heating It home.
I S I, a
I Ilrlck Lman sprung a llttlo sur
prlso on Willie Ksplrda yesterday. He
I pounded out a Ion: one thu first rat
tle out of the box, nnd annexed threo
bags on it by some tight sprinting.
ti n n
Ollvclra twirled a better game, ta
ken right through, than his showing
at the outset led the crowd to ex
pect. n tt
Kealoha's -one-handed stop In the
M'cond Inning yesterday was one of
the pretty pl.is of tho day.
n n m
Willlo Esplndn pitched n nlco garuo
)csterdny, but ho was hit a bit hard
er than was expected.
n xt ::
The Palamns' doubla In tho ninth
made one of tho nlcect features of the
VilioMon ilacd a rattling game at
second for the Moohcaus.
a a it
Tho Moo-Cows look like too many
fon tho Illyoralders.
In, Well Played
The best baseball entertainment In
many n day was furnished at Ilaso
ball Pari;, yesterday afternoon, when
the Giants, newsboys, beat the Ilul
lctlns, more newsboje, nt the nation
al gamo by n scoro of 10 to C, after it
had looked as thouish the Uulletlns
would win in a driving finish. They
plajed the game so well that most of
tho older players weio frankly sur
prised, and the tans mora frankly
enthusiastic. The only difference was
one of speed, nnd without this differ
ence ono might havo imagined that
the midgets belonged to the Honolulu
The Giants won on superior ability
In beating it around babes, which was
in turn probably due to better coach
ing on their part. Ping Kong pitch
ed a good game, nnd Kuroda, who
did the twirling In the latter part of
the contest, had an underhand deliv
ery which did lots of good work for
tho Uulletlns. Tho "men" hacked
each other up In good shape all
through, and showed tho greatest
coolness In ticklish situations.
In fact, the showing they made
bpeaks well for tho piospccts of base
ball in future years in Honolulu.
When these fellows glow up to big
league j ears, what will not be pos
sible for a Honolulu baseball team?
The Giants made their lead bet
ter right up to the ninth, when it
stood nt 10 to 1, and bonio of tho Bul
letin men were putting on their coats
getting ready tq go homo. Then, the
unexpected hnppened. Perry reached
third on a succession of oriors. Ah
Shnw blngled, scoring Perry; nnd
Sllva scored on Hawlln's error. Ke
lllua, Kuroda, and Hoomana nil sin
gled, scoring Ah Shaw, Ah Tul, and
Kuroda, The crowd, what thoro was
of it, was wild with excitement, and
the game, closed with a rush that
brought a flush almost nf victory to
the faces of the vanquished.
It was a fine show, and proved that
there are real ball-players In Hono
lulu outsldo of tho recognized circles.
Tho new schedule of tho Atkinson
Lcaguo was started yesterday at At
kinbon Park, the Kcwnlos defeating
tho Aln Moanas by a score of 12 to C,
and tho Mntlnes putting it on the
Iroquois by a score of 9 to 7,
The Marines played tho cleanest
game of the day, but failed to hit the
ball hard enough to win out.
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Alohas Jr. Badly Beat
, Oyer Aalas
Two fast games wero played nt the
Aala Park diamond yesterday fore-
jnoon by the Riverside Junior teams.
In the first game the Chinese Alohas
Jr. walked over the Asahls by tho
ccore of 8 to 0 and In the second con
test the Sweet Violets defeated the
Aalas by the close score of G to 4.
Tho first contest was notable for
the fine twirling of Louis of tho
Alohas, who pitched one of the bust
games of the season, Tsunlto also
did well for ihe Asahls, hut he was
not given proper support by his team.
This was the causo of the defeat.
In tho Bccond game the Sweet Vio
lets had n closo fight with the Aalas.
For a while It looked as If an cxtrn
Innlng game would be played. At
tho end of tho eighth Inning the
score stood 4 to 4, but Kapua man
aged to scoro tho winning run. Guer
rero retired by the short to first-base
route; Kapua Blngled; Pua sacrificed
Kapun to second, and Lanl blngled,
Billowing Is the official tale in
CHINESE ALOHA JR.
AU It 1)11 SU O
jAlona, p G 2
En Pul, cf 4 3
A. May, II 4 2
Tom Yan, ss . . . . 4 0
Kuhanwlnul, 21) .3 0
Ellasa, rf 4 0
HoYup, If 4 0
Notau, c 4 1
P. Louis, p 4 0
Total 3G 8 G 3 27 9 1
AURnilSn O A E
Kenzo, ss 4 0 1 0 1 3 1
Hideo, 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 1
Tou, It 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Goto, cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kujoshl, c 3 0 0 0 8 0 3
Mnsa, lb 3 0 1 0 12 0 0
Saklchl, 3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 0
Sueoka, rf 3 0 1 1 0 0 0
Tsunlto, 3 0 10 2 2 0
Totals 30 0 4 124 7 5
Huns nnd base hit by Innings:
Alohas Jr. 3 0 12 0 0 2 0 8
II. it 00221010 G
Asahls 0 0000000 0 0
II. H 00 102000 1 4
SUMMARY Struck out: by P.
Louls.!9; by Tsunlto, 7. Passed balls
Kujoshl, 3. Sacrifice hits: KahaAwl-
mil. Umpire: Eng Sang.
M K tt
All RUH 81) O A E
Sam Hop, c-rf ..4110200
J. Leslie, 3b. ...4 0 1 1 2 0 1
Asam, 2b-lf 4 1 2 0 0 3 0
II. Leslie, p-2b ..4000131
Franco, rf-c ....4 1 0 1 4 0 0
Urltb, lb 4 0 0 0 11 0 0
Markhum, If-ss ..4001040
Hoopal, cf 4 0 0 0 4 0 0
Lanl, p 1 1 0 0 1 1 0
Correa, ss l o 0 o o 1 0
Totals 34 4 4 3 2G 12 2-
AB It DH SB O A E
WalWIng, cf ...4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Peterson, p 4 0 0 0 0-4 0
Kuhlll, ss 4 1 2 1 0 2 0
Guerrero, rf . . . . 4 0 0 0 0 1 0
Kapha, lb ......4 2 2 1 13 0 2
Pua, 2b 3 1 2 1 2 3 1
Lan."Kld," 3b... 4 12 0 3 3 0
Tonoyj If 2 0 0 0 1 1 1
Tom "Unknown, C.3000G0O
Taints 31 C 8 3 27 14 4
KunB unci base lilti by Innings:
Aalas .- nini2nnn n a
1 H. II 0001200104
S. Vlo)et 00040000 1 &
II. II 0004 00202 8
SUMMARY Uaue on balls: off
,Lnnl, 1. Struck out: by Lesllo, l;
I Lanl, 3; by eterson, D, Passed balls:
Sam Hop, 1, Sacrifice bits: Pua.
( Double play: Tonoy to Pun. Winning
I run scored with one jnan out. Urn-
I'md, it emug. otuiui, YV. X III
au ik mv
T. QUI won out from II. C. Carter,
uftor a beautifully played and very
close contest, in the finals for the Mc
Ineiny Cup, finishing with 2 up and
1 to play, though the Interest hud
been Intense for the spectators' up to
the 17th hole, und tho gamo had been
anybody's up to 13th. The match
wa"s pluyed under perfect conditions,
ueiure u inrgo crowu or Rolling cnthu-
filnflta Mi- Hill win. ,f. .!. .
-.-.-... ..... .... .,,. tu 111,111. ill
.httve his name Inscribed on tho cup. J
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