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GOES TO AALAS
JEFFERSONIANS ARE VICTORI-' ALOHA JUNIORS OET COATING OF
OUS ON GOLF LINKS WHITEWASH
Country Club Sees Some Surprising Good. Ball Marks Closing Game of the
Happenings and Memory of Recent First Series in Riverside Junior
Defeat Is Wiped Out Excellant Re League Aala Pitcher Walks Eight
past Celebrates Unexpected Victory and Does Good Work
Losers Were Far From Disgraced and
Except in Score Honors Were About
Even Uahu unable to score in sec
ond Half Great Football
The Democrats can now do a Ut
ile crowing themselves. On the golf
Units of the Oahu Country Club Sat
urday afternoon they quite effectual
ly wiped out all memory of their re
cent defeat at tho polls and put It
over their Republican competitors by
n liberal margin.
Jlowcver had luck the Democrats
may lately have had with the bal
lot, they certainly demonstrated on
Saturday that they aro a great bunch
of clcck-wlclders and henceforth they
will be let severely illone by any but
the most ardent followers of the
game that made Scotland famous.
The Republicans are Inclined to
lay their defeat to the defection of
some of' their followers, however, and
call attention to the fact that men
whose names appeared on the Q. O.
I. ticket at the recent election were
posing as simon-pure Jcffersonlans
Hut, be the reason for the defeat
of the Republican cohorts what It
may, any feeling of bitterness must
have been thoroughly rubbed out by
the excellent repast that was served
to vlctois and vanquished, alike, aft
er the tournament.
Frank Armstrong was responsible
for the whole thing, and he cei-
talnly made It one great eucccbs. The
tournament was all that any one
tould have asked; the feast that fol
lowed It made one forget all about
golfing and such things.
The question of raising money for
the purchase of the land now occu
pied by the club was taken up after
supper. In a very few minutes Bomo
very liberal subscriptions were re
corded and It became evident that
there will be no difficulty In securing
the necessary money.
Following aro the scores of the
Republicans Thos. Gill, 3; F.
Armstrong, 7; W. Simpson, 0; H. C.
Carter, 0; r. J. Waterman, 0; J. D.
Gaines, 5; C. S. Wc"lght, 4; P. A. Ew
art, 0; S. Heardmorc, 0; W. Woon,
0; J. D. Mclncrny, 4; II. Waldron, 0;
P. J. Harwood, 0; F. Watcrhouse, 5;
II. Spenvcr, 0; A. F. Judd, 0; J. O.
Spencer, 0; A. N. Iiabson, 0; D. II.
Hitchcock, St. C. Hldgood, 2; Q. Isen
berg, 0; W. R. Rycroft, 0; J. II. Fld
des, S. Total, 35.
Democrats H. 13. Glffard, 0; Q.
II. Angus, 0; H. II. Walker, 1; J. O.
Young, 0; J. Evans, 10; F. Halstead,
0; F. M. Campbell, 0; P. C. Smith, S;
M. A. Robinson, 4; D. W. Anderson,
0; V. W. Thayer, 0; W. C. Wilder,
2; Archie Mnhaulu, 2; H. P. Wlch
man, 0; Prince Kuhio, l; M. Phil
lips, 9; F. L. Waldron, 1; Dr. High.
0; S. Wilder, 0; Dr. Humphrls, 0;
J. G. Rothwell, 9; E. A. Mott-Smlth,
7; II. Roth, 0. Total, 49.
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The first scries of tho Riverside
Junior Ilaseball League came to a
close yesterday afternoon at Aala
Park with the park's namesakes ou
top. The Aulas administered a
smooth coating of slacked lime, glue
and water to the Alohas, carrying oft
the palm of victory to the tune of
It was rattling good baseball from
start to finish, and the way that the
Aala pitcher sent the sphere whiz
zing over tho pluto was a joy to all
beholders. Leslie demonstrated that
he is one pitcher and he kept the
loving ones guessing through nine
Innings of fruitless struggle.
The Aloha Juniors managed to
pile up three hits, but nono of them
was converted Into a tally, and at
the end of the gamo a great, big
zero stood opposite tho designation of
the aggregation on tho score-keeper's
It was good baseball all the way
through. The Aalas made but one
error, while five wcro chalked up .op
posite tho opposing team. Incident'
ally the Aalas made seven good, cleau
hits. Leslie and Peter each walked
three men, leaving honors equal on
that Bfore; but Leslie nlsa managed
to fan eight, while Peter could In
duce but three to bite at his tool
ers enough times to walk to the
The Aalas began scoring in tho
second Inning and kept the habit up
at Intervals throughout the game,
cabbaging three tallies In one fell
swoop in the fifth.
Tho game between the Aalas and
the Aloha Juniors was followed by
ono between the Sweet Violets and.
the Comets. The former aggregation
carried off the laurel wreath, win
ning by a baro margin of two runs.
The Bcore was 9-7.
Following la the score in the cham
Sam Hop, rf ...C 0 0 0
J. Leslie, 3b G
C. Mack, cf B
A.. Franco, c... .6
A. Asam, 2b.... 4
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM IS DEFEAT
ED IN LIVELY GAME
First Game of Series Will Be Played
at Aala Park on Sunday ,
The first game of the season In the
Kalanlanaole League will be played
at Aala Park next Sunday afternoon.
Great times are being looked forward
to by baseball fans. The Hawaiian
band will furnish music in honor of
tho occasion and many notables will
be present in official or unofficial ca
That there will be some good ball
witnessed during the coming season,
tho officers of the league promise,
and thero Is every prospect that a
record attendance will characterize
the (list game of the season.
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish In New York
declared that society does none of the
"silly things" it is accused ot by Mrs,
Astor and Mrs. Cornwallls West, and
that the "400" has long been out
11. unto, ib.:.
W. Hoopll, If...,
S. Markham, ss..
11. Leslie, 1
Totals 40 8 7 9 27 11
ABRBHSB O A E
En Pau, cf G 0 0 1 2 0 0
Ho Yep, if 4 0 0 0 1 1 1
A. May, lb 4 0 2 1 14 0 1
Jim, 2b 4 0 0 0 1 4 0
F. L. Akana, 3b. 4 0 0 0 0 1 2
Achew, ss 4 0 0 0 0 2 1
Tom Yen, 0.... 30004 10
Afal, If 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Peter, p 3 0 1 0 0 1 0
When time was called at the end
of the second half on Alexander Field
Saturday afternoon, tho Oahu Collego
football eleven had two touchdowns
and goals to Its credit, while a big
zero stood opposite the name of the
High School team.
Doth touchdowns were made In the
first half, the Collegians being unable
to score against the High School boys
in the second. The first touchdown
was made by Lota after fourteen mln
utes ot piny, Lyman kicking his goal
De Bretteville scored the second
touchdown for the college. Rice of
the High School eleven was forced
back across the school's goal lino and
before he could drop on the pigskin
it fell from his hands. In an In
stant De Drcttevllle was through tho
school line and had fallen on the
ball, adding five points to the col
lege score. The goal was kicked and
the score stood 12-0.
In the second half the High School
lads took a new lease of life, and
several times it looked as though
they might drop the pigskin ellip
soid on the business side o( Oahu's
goal line. The collegians demon
strated their ability to play tbe de
fensive, however, and the second halt
was brought to a close without a
tally for either side.
The game was fraught with Inter
est throughout- and was as fine a
specimen ot modern Intercollegiate
football 08 anyone could wish to see.
The forward pass was worked suc
cessfully by both elevens and the
play was remarkably open.
The college men had rather tho
better of it In Interference and that
fact had much to do with their vic
tory. There was but little fumbling
on either side and both teams show
ed the effects ot consistent practice.
The two teams lined up as fol
lows: High School Ingal Is, lo.; Kuhns,
It.; II. Chllllngworth, lg.; Austin
White, c.; Rlckard, Achleu, rg.; Sat
fery, rt.; Andrews, re.; King, q.;
Rice (captain), rh.; McCandless, Hi.;
M. Kuwamoto, fb.
Punahou Chi Bui Farm, Hoogs,
le.; Aklna, Genoves, It.; Austin, lg.;
Henry Hind, c; Lidgate, rg.; Hitch
cock, rt.; De Bretteville, ro.; W. De
sha, q.; Fraser, rh.; Lyman (cap
tain), lh.; Lota, fb.
Babbitt and Hopwood, umpire and
referee. Lando and Lowrey, lines
Totals 35 0 3 2 24 10 S
Runs and base hits by Innings:
Aalas 01023002 8
B. H 000221 02 7
Aloha Jrs 00000000 0 0
11. II 1000101003
Two-basa hits: J. Leslie, Peter,
liases on balls: off II. Leslie, 3; Pe
ter 3. struck out: by 11. Leslie, 8;
Peter, 3. Time of game: lh. 40m.
Umpire: En Sing. Scorer: Smith.
Tho Kewalos are now well at the
top of the column In the Atkinson
League. The standing ot the clubs
Is as follows: Kewalo, played six,
won five, percentage .833; Iroquois,
played seven, won five, percentage
.714; Ilanlwats, played six, won
three, percentage .000; Ala Moanas,
played six, won two, percentage .333;
U. S. M. C played seven, won one,
The soldiers woud Ilka very much
to cross bats with the seamen from
the Charleston at Fort Shatter to
morrow afternoon. They promise to
give tho bluejackets an afternoon cf
the best baseball that they ever ran
Angelo Seloso, whose leg was near
ly cut off by a freight train at New
York, did not wait for a surgeon, but
completed tho amputation with a
pocket-knlfo Just before becoming unconscious.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
PHONE 200. . .
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sentatives of athletio clubs and kin
dred organization! will make it a
point to tend a lilt of their proposed
events to the Sporting Editor of the
Bulletin, it will simplify mat
ten irreatrj and will insure all le-
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game or other sports event, tome rep
resentative of the organization or
club conducting the event should
communicate with the Bulletin,
that there may be a full account and
score published. Address communi
cations to The Sporting Editor,
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Jaclt under tho rails near Greenville,
The Ilanlwals defeated the IroquoU
by u score ot 1-0 at Atkinson Park
yesterday morning. The second game
scheduled, that between the Marine
corps and tho Kewalos, was forfeit
ed by the former.
The Walleles went down in defeat
yesterday afternoon at Kaplolanl
Park before the onslaughts of tho
Kallhls. The score, was 8-2 and ev
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