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RVBN1N0 IUILLKT1N, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY. .IAN. 2ft. 1009.
I Keep In Mind I
"HAT THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR that vou hould
hatch out chickem if you want a lot of crrs and broil
en this year.
DID YOU SEE THE
WORKING AT THE POULTRY SHOW?
Wc filled a 120.cgg incubator
and when the crgs had been
tested out there were 103 etrp;s
left that showed sfens of fertil
ity. The day the show opened the
eggs were taken out of the incu
bator and were carried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
wa;on and placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch and wc pot 03 fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
ecRs, These are now bcinj rais
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Asiatics Capture Both
Games In Cupid Series
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MY V TIN CIIONU
Standing of the Cupid League
P. W. Pet.
Japanese A. C 1 t "J. ooo
Chlneso A. C 1 1 1.000
Twilight A. C 1 0 .000
Anla A. C 1 0 .000
White Sox 0 0 .000
Until the Asiatic teams wcio vlelo.
rlous joitcrday afternoon nt the Aula
Park diamond. In the first contest
Ihp little In own men from the Land
of tho Itlslng Sun won their first vic
tory In the second series from the
Twilights and In the second Raine the
I SECOND GAME
I'rnin tho beginning to tho ending
I (if this panic the Chinese lads Innn
nged to keep tho lead. In tho (list
Inning', six runners romped and, In
the second, two more repeated tho
trick. Then In the fourth and eighth
Innings two more runs were scored,
this mnking the score ten runs to
MARINES AND TARS
ARE THE VICTORIOUS
AND ALA MOANAS
OUT IN GAMES
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League Proves Lively, and Uncle
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Thc Anlns scored four runs In tlio
third and one morn In the seventh.
This was nil that Liming' aggrega
tion was able to make, and so tho
Chinese lads didn't find much plllkln
The only feature In this game was
Chinese lads found no trouble In dc- catch madc . c. Y. Mark, who held
Superior to all others in Uniformity, Freedom of Work
intr, Safety, Lustie, Durability, They pve absolute satis-faction.
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frntlng the Aalas. This puts tho two
Asiatic aggregations In the lead, and,
from the way they arc plajlftg, It
Rues without saying that they will
he able to hold the leadership for
some tmc jet. If the other teams do
not wake up for practice.
The first game brought much Joy
to the little brown men and during
tho progress of the game thero were
lunnl many hnnznls from nil sides
where tho Jnpatiesc fans were seated.
A. K. Vlerra, the genial secretary
it the Cupid League, seated himself
in the band stand for n while, and
when he noticed that the N'lppons
were hitting the gloaming kids' pitch
e: nil over the field he enmo down
Immediately to lead it banzai chorus
ol nearly five hundrod voices. This
save tho Japanese team much cncotit
ngement and the inch kept up tho
Rood play throughput the came.
in the first Inning tho Jnpaneso
stored one ron. Sakalno grounded to
Leslie nt second, but tho latter fum
bled and he was safe. Kllch fouled
to Anderson, Yutaka sent orto to Hut
lor at third, but llutler was caught
atlccp nnil the ball passed between
his legs, which gave an opportunity
for Sakalno to Bet to third. Mlchl
tanned the nlr, but Sakalno made a.
nice steal for home and scored the
flist run. Junlihl found the ceme
tery nt llrsl.
Tho Twilights died one after the
other In this Inning and none of tho
batters reached the Initial sack.
In the third and fourth IhuliiRs,
the Xlppons scored two runs In each,
making the score five runs In all. Tho
fifth InnlnB. they got the Twilights
In the air. The Japanese began hit
ting .MeCall's curves wherever they
pleased and this Ravo much amuse
n.ent to the spectators present They
i oin ccl eight runs In this Inning, the
ones scoring bcliiR Sakalno, Bllclil,
Yutaka, Mlchl, .lunichl, Kawamoto,
nnd Yasu. Mich! crossed tlio plate
The Twilights scored threo runs
In thofcuventh, six in tho eighth, and
two moro In tho ninth, making tho
noro eleven runs In nil. Tho Nip
pens Bcored another n tho seventh
inning, thus ending tho game by tho
uoic of 14 to II.
Tho following Is tho score:
JAI'ANIZSi: ATHLKTIC CMIfl.
All H IHI HI) OAK
bnkalno, si. 5 S 3 4 0
Ellchl. it 2 1 1 3 3
Yutaka. c 5 2 1 2 4
the Initial sack. The stunt wns so
well performed that Manager Lau
Tang of the C A. C. nearly fainted.
Mark's catch was a miracle, and no
Iroquois 15, Ilanlwals 9; V. S. M.
C. 7, Ala Moanns 5.
Bight runs In tlio fifth Inning won
the game for the lrocjuols against tho
llanlwnls jestordny. The short-end-ors
kept things pretty well down
both befdro and after tho fifth, but
the slaughter during that period wns
' tii ti fit t . .!.
painful to witness
J Tho first Inning started olf with
.two runs for the llnnlwnlu In llin
ono can descilbe It. This happened fourth the sailors evened up the score
n the sixth InnlnR. when Captain 0nd the fifth Inning started with the
tnlly 2 to 2. Hut It only stajed thno
'n Utile while. Tho llanlwnls climbed
.Intel Hip liiilloon basket and went
'' Hearing Into the clouds, not coming
down until the Iroquois had Jolted
their scoro up to the ten mnrk. Then
they settled down again, but It was
loo lalo to accomplish nn thing.
In the second game, the Marines
Lulling found his grave at first.
The following Is the score:
CIIINi:SH A. CLUI1.
All It HII 811 O A
Mon Yin. cf 5 1 3 I 3 0
sing Chong, ss. . .."
Asam, 2b 3
Chi mil, c 2
Alonn, p I
Mark, It 3
Ako. 3b 3
Loo lion, rf 2 0
A pail, rf 2 0
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Totals 33 10 S I
AALA A. Cl.Un.
All HUH HII O
Zcrbe, rf. ..
Dalle', ss. ,
Liming, c. ,
Aknna. Sl I o
Soitza, If 2 j
Leslie, 2b 3 1
I'otro, p '.....4 J
won a 7-3 victory over tho Ala Mo
i ; n i n it
. , , 'HtinH 2 0 0 0 I 1
M. II 1 0 0 0 12
1 2 3 4 5 li
Runs n n-o 2 R 2
n. II ) 0 0 2 8 1
2 0 39
3 0 15
3 1 15
Totals 31 5 4 1 27 9 5
. CIIINESB A. CLlfo. v '
4 " '. I 2 a i S A 1 C O
Jiuim . .. ft 2 0 10001 n 10
. 1 4 10 10 0 0 2 0
AALA A. CLljn.
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
Huns 0 0 4 6 0 0 1 0 0 3
II. H 0 0 2 0 0 0 1104
Two-lmsc hits Asam. lo Hon. Wall
kcr. Thrci-baso hit Walker. Ilaso on
balls O Alonn 3, o I'etro 3. Struck
out Hj- Alona 2. by I'etro 8. lilt by
pitcher Chi Dill, Leslie. Sacrlfico
hits Chi Hill, Alona, Mark, flalley.
Time 1 hour 23 mlniivs. Umpire K.
Fernandez. Scorer W. Tin Chong.
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SOME QUESTIONS ttt
! SECOND GAME
V, S. M. C. defeated' the crack Ala
Monna team by tho clpio score of 7
to 6. Pedro, tho pitcher of the Mo
anns, played grand ball for tho losers
allowing the Marines only one hit.
Poor support in the Infield and errors
h' Ilalley, Mnlianul, Ullllland, nnd
Kn pa hit loit the gaiue.i The Murines
S .are showing up stronger evory giiuio.
i ne detailed score was:
' U. S. M. O.
12345 r, 789 '
nuns ,.2 3 0 P 0 2 0 II 0 7
11. II. I I) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
ALA MOANAS. .
1 2 3 I S ft 7 S '.i
"una 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 2- 1
D. II 0 10 3 0 10 0 27
did Skipper llrown let
run away from him?
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Mlchl, 3b l 2 1 0
Junlrhl. cf I 1 o 0 0
Kawamoto, lb. ...5 1 1 0 11
Wnklta. 2b 1 1 l l S
Yasu, If 3 1 0 0 0
Oolo, if s 0 0 0 1
Whut will tho score of next Satur
day's gamo between tho All-Uawull-ons
and all the All-Americans bo?
Who will win In Saturday night's
When will Dick Sullivan go uftci
the world's walking championship;
Mow long Is that special Iialstead
liolo trophy Rolng to remain hung up
at tho Country Club?
HAWAII RUNS AWAY
FROM THE GLADYS
What Is tho S. 8. S. S.?
Totals 37 14 9 11 27 Hi
TWILIGHT ATHLKTIC CLUII.
All II III! HII () A
What will Mlko Klshcr's aggrega
tion do after the rernaudez bunch
has polished It off?
1'ri'ltus, 2b. .
llutler. 3b. . .
Ciibral, ss 3
MrCall. p 3
Kalaiuil, rf 3
Totals 31 11 12 7 27 9 3
JAI'ANKSK ATHLKTIC CHIII
1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9
Huns ,....l 0 2 2 8 0 10 014
H. II ...0012501009
TWILUIHT ATIILLTIC CLUII.
12 3 15 0 7 8 9
Huns 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 211
II H. . I 0 10 12 0 3 4 1 12
SCHOONER PROVES TOO MUCH
FOR FAST LITTLE SLOOP
Yachts Start From Pearl Harbor To
(rether but Two-Master Finiihed T
Hundred Yards in the Lead Hawaii'
Crew Is Jubilant
One continuous prorcsslon fiom
I'fnrl Harbor to Honolulu was the Im
promptu uico between the Hawaii nnd
tho (Jlnil)s yesterday. Huth )acl(ts
started together but by the time the
ontrnnco to tho harbor was reached
tho (!lad8 wns trailing along about
200 yards behind,
It wns Hawaii weuther all right, a
Kood, stiff breeze blowing all of tho
time. The little Gladjs scooted
through tho water In great bhape,
but Skipper llrown could not manage
to Rot nhctid of Captain Lyle's craft
Had the Oladjs won out the Hawaii
would not hnvo been dlsgrneed. Imt
W II. Ilancroft, vlco president and the handy way that she forged nheiia
general manager of tho Union Pacific nf ,hp sloop filled her crow with glee,
at Salt Lake, and K. U. Calvin, vlco I Captain William Lyle. with Klrst
picsldent and Roncrnl manager of tlio ''"'to liny Icletow and a crew of eight
Southern Pacific Hallroad at San '"""d yachtsmen, tct out from Peail
Francisco, nro greatly pleased with Harbor with the Intention of doing
tho beauty o ftho Volcano, scmethlng, They accomplished their
The railroad magnates, who have nd and reached this port with 11) lug
bcoii visiting In Hllo. principally at eolors.
tho Volcano House, stnto that with a ' The Hawaii win ro onto the ways
few improvements In the railroad alul nu win receive n thorough scraping,
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IT TASTES BEST because it is richest and purest.
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U I n .
Willi the slate go through at tlui
Hawaii Yacht Club's annual inect-
VOLCANO AN ASSET
Two-liskii hits Saknlna 2, Yutaka, steamship service, tourists would be fter which sho wlll be fixed up und
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Kawamoto, llutler 2. Wlnteis, McCall
iiat.ii on lulls ore Lllchl 3. off Mc
Call 5. Struck out Uy Kllchl 1 bv
McColl 4. Wild Pitch McCall, Pas
sod ball Yutaka. Sacrifice hits i:i.
chl 2. Junlctil, Anderson. McCall. Don
Mo plays Mlchl to Waklti to Kawa
moto. Time 1 hour 40 minutes. Um
pire L Fernandez. Scorer W. Tin
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
ettr.icted to vlBlt Hawaii more than
eer. They said they wore put to In
convenience on account of a long
wait for the leturn of the train
Rotten Into apple-pie order,
The cruise and limu planned for
next Saturday pinmlses to be a great
nftalr. Many club members lmvn sir.
which had left for tho Volcnno Just "'fled their Intention of taking part
beforo tho Mnuna Ivea arrived. I" the function and tho affair will
doubtless pmve a fitting Introduction
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