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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II MONDAY, DEC. 2, 1908.
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SOLE AGENTS POR HAWAII
Aalas Slide Down To
Second Place In Line
. White Sox C, Aalas G; Chinese Athletic Club 0, Twilights 4.
Tho Aalas hit n bail-luck streak at Aula park yesterday ntt-
emooii and went flown In defeat before the uetorlous white-
utocklnged aggregation. They worked like Trojans and at one
time Deemed to have victory In their grasp, but the hooJoo proved
too strong for them.
Tho Chlneso Athletic Club won from tho unfortunate tall-
endera by Just two runs. Each team In tho league has taken a
fall out of the Twilights, but tho Bhowlng of the C. A. C. was not
.' strong enough to make It appeal that there was much of a cinch
In the contest. The Twilights bucked up nnd at une time seemed
likely to hand the Dragons an unmerciful whallop
The While Sox and C. A. C. nre now tied for first place.
Standing of the Cupid
C. A. C G
White Sox 5
J. A. C. ..., 4
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Tho Chinese Athletic Club are still
tied In the percentage column of the
Knlnnlannole League, but the Aalas,
who 'also stood with tho topnotcheis,
have slipped back a place. The shake
up was brought nbout yesterday aft
ernoon, when the White Sox admin
irtoied a C-f defeat to the namescxes
of the park,.
The Chinese Athletic Club was pit
ted against the tall-enders, and de
feated them to the tune of G-4.
Iloth tho C. A. C. and the White
Sox have no'w played (he games and
hac won .lour of them, their per
centage'belng .800. The Aalas come
next In line with A00, having lost
two games out of tne file played this
series. 'The Japanese Athletic Club
follows next "with .JdOj while the Twl
lights have fho straight defeats
chalked up against them.
,The first gnme was betwetn tho
White Sox and the Aalas. Tho con
test was close, and until the end of
tho ninth Inning- It seemed an even
toss-up as to which side would take
The White Sox started off the first
inning with three runs and the Aala
looters' began to look pretty blue.
The Aalas registered one tally In the
first Inning, three In the sixth and
one In the seventh, and things began
tr look better. In the meantime the
White Sox had accomplished nothing
and their stock began to drop.
With the score S to 3, tho White
Sox put on their winning garnients
in tho last inning and piled up three
straight runs, beating the Anlas by
one point and winning the game.
The fight In figures:
Correa, lb 4 2 2 1 11 0 0
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Notlcy, rf .
Mack, cf . . .
lirito, c ...
Tom Yen, ss
Franco, If . .
Clark, p . . .
Totals 37 Cll 4 27 9 2
Zerbe, If 4 1 1 0 1 0 0
Ilatlcy, ss 3 2 1 1 2 1 1
Dreler, p 4100140
Walker, 2! ... 4 0 3 0 0 3 0
I-unlng, c 4 00 0110 0
Tlmas, lb 4 1 1 0 7 1 0
Akano, 3b .... 4 0 1 2 2 0 0
!eandro, cf 4 0 0 0 3 0 0
FlUcr, rf.... 3000000
Totals 34 r. 7 3 27 !) 1
Huns and base hits by Innings:
White Sox .... 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6
It. 11 311 0 200 2 211
Anlas 10000310 0 C
II. II. .'. . i . 10 0 0 13 1107
There was a speedy, double-header
baseball contest between four teams
of the Seaside League yesterday aft
ernoon. The first gnme, between tho
Ol.uwu nnd Patlflc teams, resulted In
a 12-9 victory for the former. The
second wag' won from the Kukuls by
the Stnrlines by a score ot 1 .-7.
Tho line-ups follow:
Okuwa Athletic Club Yoshlknwn
If; Tnkano, 3b; Wnkldu, ss; D. I'll,
c; I.owal Woods, lb; Nnkngawn, rf;
Sawal, 2b; Togo, p; Akamoto, cf.
"Pacific Athletic Club Tan Lo, ss;
Ah Young, 2b; lllu Fat, lb; A. Knu,
c; K. C. Akann, p; Tom Kce, cf; Oh
On, 3b; Von Sieu, cf; Hong Chup, rf.
Okuwa 10130000 7 1 2
II. II 3 0 0 10 10 0 1 t!
Pacific 4 4 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 9
1). II 0 2 0 100001 4
Starllnc Athletlo Club Kwan Yin,
ss; Ah Tin, 2b; Gomes, cf; McShnne,
lb; C. I.. Hook, 3h; Johnnie, c; Tin
Yen and Tuck Foo, If; Yip Ounn, rf;
C. Ahoy, p.
Kukul Kd, Knloa, p-cf; II. dross,
3b; It. Kcklpl, 2b-p; Kulll, ss; F.
Kapua, lb; Sam Kaanoc, p-2b; I).
Steward; If; Peter Fnm, c; Knwnko,
Starllne 32511101 14
II. II 3 2 2 0 12 10 'It
Kukul 400100011 7
II, II 1 00 1 02 1 00 fi
n it n
There was a ory good game of base
ball at Atkinson Pork yesterday af
ternoon, between tho Ilultctlns und tbu
(Hants. Tho llulletliiH whitewashed
tho (Hants, tho score being 9 to t).
RETURNS TO STAGE
In tho second game the Chinese
Athletic Club made Its big killing In
the third Inning1, when live runs were
idled un. Prior1 1o that tho tall-end
ers seemed to iiavo things their own
way, having Jolted out three tallies
In the first inning before the game
was fairly under way. In the seventh
the Twilights got another run, while
the C. A. C. banged out Its, sixth In
the last Inning:
Following Is tho line-up:
C. A. C.
Mon Yin, If. .,.5 0 0 0 0 6 0
Sing Chong, ss..5 110 2 4 0
Asam, 2b 5 0 0 0 2 3 0
Chi Ilul, c C 1 2 0 7 1 0
Apau, lb-p 5 2 1 1 10 0 0
Alona, p-rf ....6122220
Mark, rf-11) ....5101300
J. Leong, cf ....3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Ako, 3b 4 0 1 0 0 2 0
Totnls 42 6 7
Joseph, rf 5 0 0
Winter, lb 2 1 o
HutleV, 2b-ss ...2 1 1
Medeiros, cf-2b..3- 1 0
Anderson, c ,...4 0 2
McCall, 3b 3 0 1
Freltns, If 4 0 1
Kalanui, Bs-2b-cf,2 1 0
Mlsner, p 4 0 2
4 27 12 0
Totals 29 4 7 2 27 12
Huns nnd base hits by Innings:
C. A. C 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1
II. II 112000 201
II. II 101200201
Two-baBe hits: Sing Chong,
b mj$iCQ& r.
I FA.IWIE WARP
Hut, Anderson, Mlsner. Ilnses on
balls: off Alona, 4; Apau, 2; Mlsner,
1. Struck out: by Alona, 5; Apau, 2;
Mlsner, 6. Wild pitch: Alona. Hit
by pitcher: McCall. Sacrifice hit:
llutler. Double plays: Asam to Sing
Chong; Sing Chong to Asam to Apau,
Alona to Apau. Time ot gamo: lh.
35m, Umpire: Fernandez.
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ROYAL BEN WINS THE
ARCADIA FUTURITY RACE
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Dec. 7.
The ordinary washday crowd of
sports flocKed to Arcadia track today,
nnd while the card was not an at
ttacthe one In the way of purses, the
tries wero far above the average, and
with u fast track speedy time was
made In several of the events. Twen
ty books were In line and the play
was good, three favorites and three,
outsldeis dividing tho money.
The feature of the card was the
fourth race at seven furlongs. In
which wero Royal lien nnd Astrono
mer, and they had the race to them
selves all tho way. Thomas Harcourt
was made the 3 to 5 favorite, with
Astronomor held at 13 to 5, and Hoy
al Hen going to the post at 12 after
openlug at 8 to 1, lieu dashed away
In the lead, followed closely by As
tronomer, und these two held tho
others safe, Ken beating Astronomer
a head In u ditving llnlsh In 1:24 4-5,
Fanny Ward, the Wealthy and beau
tlful American uctress who was
absent from the stage for several
ears after her marriage to Joseph
Lewis, tho diamond king. Is again
to be seen behind tho footlights in
this country. The play In which
she iwlll appear Is by Jerome K.
Jerome and is called "Tho New
Lady Iluntock" nnd was hit In
London under the title of "The
Servant Problem." Miss ynrd wns
formerly a St. Louis girl, and her
husband possesses a fortune of
Ex-aoernor Loid of Oregon was
umoiig tho arrivals by the Korea this
this morning. Mr Lord comes with
his family to mnko qui to a stay In tho
city. Ho Is a relative of Mrs. J. 13,
Atherton and his son Is connected
with thoWulaIun plantation.
nig fortunes are never made by tho
toll of tho hands or by tho sweat of
tho brow. 11UY "MAYFLOWER"
STOCK. DUY IT NOW!
which Is two-fifths of a second slower
than Stanley Fay's tiuck record.
Noibltt, the excit-mouey favorite
In tho Jnst inie, for maiden 3-year-olds,
covoicd the distance in 1:38.
Scluelber's Animus made hla field
look cheap In tho mllo nnd an eighth
incc. The surprises weio ll.ilerlau in
tho first ut 10 to 1; St. Elmwood In
the second nt 8, and Royul lien nt 12,
After Jack Wilt, the keennd cholco
In the betting, was left at the post
In tho, second rare, tho Judges decid
ed to refute hls'untrj In the future.
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and wish them a
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