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1 Pottle's Celebrated Australian I
Is Pennant Winner
Handicap Oivcs Hint Victory Over
White in Play-Off
If Austin White liait maintained
the form In the play-off of the tlo
between himself nnil Simpson thai
ho showed In tho first nintcli yester
day, he would have been an easy
winner In thn Tnnsan tournament.
Ho fulled to do to, however, nnd to
RIVERSIDE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP .IS FIRMLY CINCHED BY VIC- Simpson fell the coveted trophy.
TORY OVER CHINESE ATHLETIC CLUB ORIENTAL LADS The first match found Wnlto In
MAKE DETERMINED STAND BUT OPPONENTS PROVE TOO "" torm nnd when tho scores wero
SIMPSON IS WINNER
STRONG LARGE CROWD IN ATTENDANCE SUNDAY
To tho tunc of a to 4, the I'nlnmnR defeated Iho Chinese Athletic
Club In 11 rattling Rood rmiio of b.isebul ut Aal.i I'nrk yesterday af
ternoon, cinching their claim 011 tho championship pennant or the
Tho C. A. C.'s mailo n Knmo fight of It hut enily In the gatno tho
Pnlnnuis roI 11 lead which could not ho ocrconie null, though tho
Celestials worked like Trojans, they were unable to mnko up for
tho headway lost In the first two Innings.
Tho largest crowd Hint has been present at Aula Park this sea
son witnessed the game, nnd, as each team scored up n tally, pande
monium broke loose on the slde-llnus.
A trip skyward In the first three lcgnidlng halls nnd strikes were no
InnliiRH placed the Chinese, Athletic tlccnbly nbscnl.
club team mj much out of the nm
11I11K at Aula I'aik jesterdny that
the (onrerted iltorts of nil tho multi
bus failed to do moio than
Following Is the official score:
AintllH HI! O
Zcrhe. rf .1
I Itnllm- a, .4
ni'mt'ilii, .m .1
the club from the Ignominy of a coat Walker, cf 4
of wlillewnsh. Inaplndn. p I
,r .1 . r. . 1 .. .. Hunan. 2h 4
If the C. A. C. s had not begun tho Correa lb t
Knmo with Aiilnn In tho box they Knhnawliiiil, If. ..3
lloiinll, c I
n 2 1
might luno oinnmeuted tho walls of
their club rooms with tho coveted
pennant. Hut AM1111 they placed
theie and, after ho was finally super
seded. It took superhuman work 011
the part of John I.11 to make up even
a small part of the ground whlih
Aklnn hud lost.
Kama, cf. .
counted up he and Simpson wero
tied. Tho hitter Imd a handicap of
ten, however, which brought his rcc-
ord of ninety-two down oven with
jj thnt of White.
g I In tho pla)-off White's form fell
way down though and tho gross
tt scores of himself nnd Simpson wero
t Identical 92. Simpson still had his
I handicap of ten to draw on nnd tho
j result was defent for White.
jjl On the whole tho scores of the day
j were a disappointment to those in
tt ehnrgo of tho arrangements. It had
been hoped thnt tho rearrangement
of the handicaps would even lnattcls
up, hut such wns not tho result. Tho
total scores aro as follows:
E rirsi juatcn
...30 f 10 7 27 13 1
C. A. C.
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Fort St. near Hotel.
K. Y. Chlng, if.
7 27 C 4
Hong Chuck. If.
Mon Yin. rf. . . .
I Sing Chong, ss,
mi Hi.1 ,.
In the first inning the I'ulnmns John ,, ii.p.
touched Aklnn up In gie.it shape, nnd 'Alilna, ii.-L'Ii. ...
when llmilly tho third out was rail- IAbiiiii, SI
cd, the roiik ill the Judges' 8tiimir-iiKbniiK.II).
rang three times.
In tho hVcoiid Inning things went
n little better; but the third was a
signal for tho lecoiumonceinent of
he slaughter of tlio Innocents. What
happened in that Inning was almost
too sail to tell nhout. Kvery bait
thnt AMua pitched was found, mid
the way tho sphere wns swatted
mound the diamond was touching In
tho evticmo. 1'lvo moio runs wcio
added to tho store, making eight in
It hail begun to look as though tho
plucky Chinese boys wero going to
luii'ir i inin nr it" ii i nit' tun niimi n . . .
....... ., ....,,. ,,, ....,,......,., ,.ul .,,,, iiiuiinics; unipiro, k. rvriiamlcz; scir
wncn sutiiieniy u inn rouiiecicii witii
the ball, and n man i cached first. As
he ambled home there wns a shriek of
fnlliuslaum from the bleachcis and
the ( bailees of tho C, A. O. IiiiihIi
begun to look a little belter.
J. i). dallies
T. (llll 40
1 J. IInrwonil..r)
C. 1!. Kdmunds.riO
Win.' Woon . . .01
A. E. Kwnrt ...54
K. .1. Wntcrman.CO
II. O. Wnldron..!7
J. I). McInorny.CO
.....17 I 12
12345 0 789
Huns ...... ...n o r, ii o n n n i o
II. II f..2 II 3 l 1 1 0 0 210
C. A. C.
12 3 15 0 7 8 0
Huns Ill) 1 1 O II II 2 I) I
II. II ,....1 1 2 1 I) 1 1 3 212
Two-baso hits. Kealoha, Ksplndn,
Honaii, l.o 2, Chlng; luses on balls,
off Kiplmlu 2, Aklnn 2, l.o ; struck
out by Uspludn 3, Akln.t 1. l.o II; wild
pitch. Ksplmla; sncrlllco lilts, llailey.
nsillida, Asalii; ilouhlo play, llonan
to Conea. Time of game. 1 hour 30
8: O. Wilder .
II. C. Carter .
K. O. Whlto .
1 T. 1'. Wntcr
housc C. S. WclRht ..
II. P. Koth ....
K. H. Wu Id ron..
Austin White .
Win. Simpson . .
SAILORS JUMP AHEAD
W. Tin Chong.
HOODOO CHASES MARINES
When the Orientals went to their
places In the field In tho next Inning.
Aklnn wns noticed on second base nnd
John Ui In tho box.
I'rom tho minute that l.o began
Sea Soldiers Fail in Effort to Send
The hoodoo which has been follow
ing the mailncH around the whole mm
bun wns very much In evidence job
tenlay morning when tho sen soldiers
went up ngalnst the llnnlwais. Work
get enough rims to put them on tho
winning end and went down to defeat
to (bo tunu of in-S.
Following, In Ibo m-oio:
All It llll fill ()
Woodward, 1f 5
Kakalla, 31 5
lluller, ss.-c 5 1
lien, rf. 5 0
Sam, c.-ss 5 1
I'otcr, p-lb 5 2
Kumnl, rf 5 1
Wniddy. 21 5 1
Kllel, lb 1 0
Dole, p 4 1
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Bulletin alv" a completo cummiry of
the news of the day,
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Bulletin Editot.al itoom l'houe 185,
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sliding tho sphere ovor thn J.onio.B tll(,y "olllll tlll murines could not
plate the story of the day changed.
Six of the Palatini battels fniiucd the
.vtiul and It was not until the begin
ning of the ninth that tho uggiega
Hon with tho euphonious title man
aged to cliulk up another tally. Tlmo
mid again, tho I'alnmai euiiio In, ami
nne-two-threc, out thoy went ns mp
Idly ns tho lulnimum number of balls
(oulil bo pitched.
In tho beginning of tho nlntn, the.
I'alnmns chalked up another run, giv
ing a total of nine and cinching their
claim on tho championship pennant
loyond chance of dispute.
Tho most noticeable weakness of
tho C. A. C. bovs was in their base
i mining. Time and again they threw
away (halites to scoro by taking Idi
otic huzaida when thoro was no need.
With uo outs and a mnn on tccoud
efforts would bo mado to steal bases,
which always resulted In disaster.
Tho Chinese ladi Alhn seemed to hno
tho bimtliiK habit abnormally devel
oped. Tin co or four of the men per
sisted on bunting on every occasion,
and tho lenult was defeat.
Tho I'alaiiias plnyed us confclstent
a gamo of bnfehall us iinjcmu roudt
wish to see. Hsplndn was right
there with tho sand and he kept tho Xnw
Iroquois Bluejackets Send Ala Mo
anas Down To Defeat
lly placing toventeen runs opposite
their names on the bmrlnR sheet yes
(onlay morning, tho bluejackuts from
the II. H. S. Iionuola put tho Ala Mo-
anas on tho short end of Iho game.
Though Iho latter aggregation worked
hard, eight runs was tho total number
of tallies secured and tho Iroquois
bunch slipped to tho head of tho per
Tho gamo was Intoiestlng from tho
vlou point f tho spectators. The pitch
i.rs hail a bad tlmo of It and wero
swatted about in heartrending shape,
but errors wero few and runs wero
mado by heavy batting nnd not
Ihioiigh fumbles on tho part of tho
Tho tcoro wns ns follows:
Totals, 45 10 18
U. S. M. C.
Ml It nil SI) O A
Mike. If 5
Winter, lb 5
Hchnro, ss 5
Anderson, c 5
I.tiileman, rf 5
Mnsak, 2b t
I'ymi, cf I
.Mm an, p 4
Mistier, 3b 4
N. Jackson, If 0
I-runco, 3b 0
l.candro, c 0
A. Akana, t-s 5
Tnwiisend, cf 5
Tlmns, lb S
T. Pedro, 21 6
Auerbnch, rf. ....5
Dreler, i 5
Totals 48 17 2G 12 27
All It HII Bit c
0 27 10
Knlpo, lb-3b 5 1
1 Herring, ss 5 0
2 Kiuil, 3b-i 5 1
Olllnlloy, c G 0
1 Kaloweua, rf-2b. .,E 1
il 'Mnkaiiul, lb 2 2
n'liiiick, ir 4 o
1 Knhaiilollo, 2brf...4 3
Minimi, cf 4 0
Mnkolo, p o
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UHL'i:, Kuu.u, Oct. 24.
II1IIU lull Jtllllt ill.l in-, nun USUI) up "i Miu fllUIJ V.IJ l-llll., ,I1UU
an awful lot of strength In throwing was no sleep tho night aftor tho Knmo
to bases, but l.o kept his head and ""' nvory "roKLrH "mcu '" '" u" "uw" Bamorcii nt tlio l.llmo Park on
ho was n great big fnctor in tho IM- i B,reet Wus '""'"V'll1 cuslomcrs- ,8m'y Inst, witnessed a fine gamo
,l"1ia' vlc,"r'' Tho Comet Athletic Club defeated J'ZL n '"- "anamnulu
Tho giinie was well worth wo-tchlng tho Asahls nt Anla Park yesterday by """ ' "'""''f tea"18' Tho Rame was
nnd. With n few minor nvpnnllmm n srorn nt 1R.2. nnil Ibn CbtneKO Alnlin VCIy 'UtCreStlnK from beginning to
wns nbovo repioach. 13. Keniandez Juniors sent tho Porfunio Kids down cml nml icsultcd In victory for tho i
In umpiring, mado n intiplo of derl- '" ,Iorut '' 12-2. Doth Kinios woro Hiiiinmaiilu boys, the score being 11
slons that nppenred a trifle line, but ft;atl,r,!eSH exccl,t f"r ",0 1'HJValcnce 8. The hitter export to go over to
on the whole his work wus all that , t. u nanapepo wiuun two weeks to play
niDoiio could ask, nnd inw decisions' The Alameda baseball tentn wns de
feated yealeiduy by a pcoro )f 8-7
bv thn engineers. Doth teams played
:: :: a
Tho Kalihl Athletic Club defeated
iho Walhdes ut Knplnlanl I'nrk yes
leidn) by a m-oio of s-3.
a leturn g-ime theie.
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