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FIFTH CAVALRY BEAT FORT SHAFTER AFTER HlRD GAME NA
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How aid tho grandstand trcmlilo
from tho Impact of many feot, nnd
how did tho old shack Vibrate with
tho choorg that went up when thu
N. 0. II. team scored four yes. four
runs In the second Inning of their
gamo against the Marines! The fansWayout wns a lnw
dimply acted as It nil Hawaii had
Jint beaten a first-class team from
the Coast. lints went up In tho air,
nnd tho yells must havo been heard
Tho start of tho Guards had been
so miserable that people wero won
dering what waa going to hnppcn
next. Ilushnell was tho first man up
to lint, and Mines, for tho Marines,
quickly sent him to tho right-about
without his making connection with
tho sphere; then Kaal faced the
deadly twlrler, and It was one, two,
threo for him, too; Lota followed
nnd Illncs, tying himself In a knot,
passed the Gunrclsmnn threo tha ho
neor saw, much less hit. Then the
Marine bunch of fans went up In
tho air; yells of, "What about not
getting to second baso! Wow!"
"Who Is IT now?" "You would put
It In tho paper, would you?" "Do the
bunch of you think you can scoro
onco today?" It was certainly n
merry party for nbout nve minutes,
and the Guardsmen's rooters could
only say, "Wlt a bit; wo will mako
you do tho balloon net beforo wo are
through with jour bunch." And,
bay! how they did astonish the Mar
ines when they camo up for their sec
ond! Why, tho men were coming In
over tho home-plate so often that It
was hard to keep track of them, and
doubts wcro.oxprcssed as to the cor
rectness of tho tally when four-runs-l
wero pin up on mo Hoard, mil thcro
wns no mlstako; Lemon hit a dandy
two-bngger; Sumner got to first on
center nlcld's error; Son res mado
first, and Lemon got to third; Kaia
mado first on a good hit to left field;
Lemon died at the home-plate; Sum
ner to third, and then Hums up to
bat. Hums got to first safa and Sum
ner camo home, Soares advancing to
third. Marcalllno camo up to hat
with the bases full, and takes baso
on a free pas, forcing Soares homo.
Knnl to third and Ilushnell took
strlko, making a two-bagger, bring
ing homo Hums nnd Kola. Tour
runs wns tho tale of Joy, and then
tho circus started In tho grandslund.
Tho Guards kept things going from
that on, and after Bcorlng two In tho
third nnd one In tho fourth, rested
in tho fifth and sixth, and then, wak
ing up onco more, mado four In tho
seventh. Tho Marines scored ono
run lu tho first, nnd that was their
The first game between the Fort
Shatter lads and tho "righting
l'lfth" from Lollchiin was also an
oxcltlng evont, and kopt tho fans go
ing nil tho time. TTTo Shatter hunch
bcorcd two In tho first, nnd led by
that scoro up till tho third, when
tbo Fifth made no less than five
ruiiB; after that It was nil over with
tho Infantry, and tbo Cavalry bojs,
hitting up ono more In both the
fifth and Blxth, romped homo win
ners to tho tuno of seven to two.
Morhn pitched good ball far tho Shnf
ter team, nnd has a trick something
like "Our Hill Hums" of throwing
to first without changing his stylo
or showing any symptoms of a bnlk.
Talking of linlks reminds that In tho
seventh Inning of tho N. G. II.-Mnr-Ino
gamo Kaal, who was on third,
was nllowtyl to walk home on a balk
by Pitcher Itamsey,
hit It; his attomptjn milled In a foul.
About fifteen hiindrml pouplo attended
tho gamo, nnd tho clithiitlnsm ran high
all thu time; In fart It U a long tlmo
slnco such fine rodtliiK hits been heard
at the baseball grounds Tho whole
t success, and tpo
much credit canucA lm given to tho
military men who pine done so much
to wnko up tho bnifeljill public of Ho
nolulu, and, ono th)ng Is certain, and
Hindis thnt ns lOijtf in I'nclo Sam's
hos nro In Hawaii nnd that wilt bo
always no long will biseball flourish
as It tins liecr doiie before.
Judging from thd opening games of
tho scries, nil the fc'inm u ghoW up
well In tho competition, mi although
tho Marines got thlra rihuI nnd hard
csterdny, they wire laboring under
m &$$" 'JtF tiiiiiiH
Umpire of New Military League That
Opened Its Games at League
n handicap after losing Anderson, their
catcher, Tho Marines will do much
better nt their noxt attempt, and ns
thoy nro not easily dlsmacd, may bo
dopiudod on to put up u gront light at
their next gamo.
Tho N. G. H.-.Miirlncs' gamo by In
nings went lm follows.
First lulling IliiHlincll fanned; Knnl
hit tho nlr; Uitu dlul nt his post. No
riini. No rims.
Thompson died nt first. Hnjos flow
to pitcher. Williamson mado first on
safe hit to right field. Gnw to first
on ecntcrlleld hit, Williamson to sec
ond. Coll makes first on snfo hit, Wll
llnmsnu to third. DaWs got to first on
nu error, mid Williamson camo homo.
Gibson fanned Ono run.
Second Inning Lemon two-lugger
In the Guardsmen's second Inning , i,t to inn rmi.i hiii..- .,!..,
Hums In trjlng to get homo in a hui- first on center's error Lemon to third;
ry collided with Catcher Anderson of Sunnier steals Beciiml Sonrcs gets to
the Marines, nnd laid him out cold
It took some hard massaging and
plenty of cold water to bring tho
injured man to his boiibcs onco moro,
Anderson had to retlro and George
Davis took his plnco for the rest of tho
gamo. Under and Hartloy formed tho
bnttory for tho Cavalry boys, and did
real good work; Shcpliard on first also
phi) oil dandy ball,
Tho Hawaiian band plaed right
through tho afternoon, nnd their .nuislo
wob much appreciated by overs ono.
Tho first ball of tho Military Lcaguo
games was pitched by Major Long, nnd
A. K. Vlerrn mndo a noblo effort to
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
PHONE lor""' "
first on linsiniun'H error. Knlu to first
nud Lciiion dies nt tho homo pinto.
Sumner stenls third Hums up to bat
and imikes first, Inlnglng homo Sum
nor; Snares to third Marcalllno tnkoB
baso on balls ami Soaros Is forced
homo. Kaia goes to third and Hush
noil then lilts n mo-baggor; Hums
nnd Kaia como homo Marcalllno dies
at homo pinto. Knnl How to pitcher.
Anderson caught b catchor, Hlncs
fniincil, and Thompson hit tho nlr. No
Third Inning Lota fanned. Lemon
tu first on error. Siunnor How to loft
field Sonrcs lo flitt on fine hit to
right Held. Lemon to third Snares
stenls second nnd third mid Lemon
gots homo, Kaia look uaso.pp balls
nnd Soares comes homo Hums fanned
Two runs. 'win May 2. High Jinks and suclam-
llujos Hew to center. Williamson bnlio aro to bo fcitnins "fi-UR. opon
outtoDnls. Gaw Bitfo hit and makes lng. o -
flrst Gaw steals second. Coll dies
nt first. No runs.
Fourth Inning Marcalllno takes
biso on balls, nnd then steals second
Hushnell dies nt first. Kaia to first
on safe lilt and Marcalllno gets home
Knla out at second trying to steal.
i.ota innned. One run.
Davis makes flrst on hit to left field
Gibson dies nt first. Davis (sub ) ex
pires ul flrst. Capt. Davis to second
Hlnes fanned. Np runs.
Fifth Inning Lemon fanned. Sum
nor took baso on bnlls. Soares lo flrst
on mint Sumner out nt second
Sonrcs slolo socond nnd third. Knla
to flrst nnd Soares dies pt homo plate.
Thompson died at flrst. lla)c flew
to catcher Williamson walked and
went out trying to steal second. No
Sixth Inning Hums bunted and died
at flrst Marcalllno fanned. Htmhm.it
flew lo left field near fence No runs
Gnw flow to left field. Dals died
at flrst Coll out to pitcher. No runs.
Scienth Inning Kaal took baso on
balls Ixita gets to first, nml Knnl
steals third. 1-ota gets to second
Kaal homo on n balk. Sumner to first
1-otn home Lemon to second on er
ror. Soares flow to right field I-omon
stole second. Sumner to third and
Lemon home. Knla to first. Sumner
home. Hums flow to pitcher. Four
Gibson died nt flrst. Davis ditto
Hlncs repeats the net. No runs.
Eighth Inning Mnrcilllno expires
nt first. Hushnell turns up his tocH
nt tho snme place. Knnl pau trlng to
mako first. No runs.
Thompson makes first on snfo lilt
Hnyes died at flrst Thompson stolo
second. Williamson to flrst. Gnw
flew to center. Williamson stolo sec
ond. Coll dies at flrst. No runs.
Ninth Inning I,ota died at flrst.
Lemon flew to pitcher. Sumner to flrst
Soares to flrst on safo hit. Sumner
out nt third. No runs.
Davis flew to center. Gibson to first
on hit to ceptcr field. Davis (Capt )
to flrst, ond then good iloublo play In
which Gibson anil Davis both went out
at flrst and second rospecthely.
1234 C 6789
Cayalry . . .. .0 0 C 0 HI 04) o 7
H. II 214 11 12"di-lf3
Shatter 20000000 0 2
II. H 200000110 i
Two-bnso hits: Walters, Duller, 2.
Hit by pitcher: Shephard, Gongol;
wild throw, Durant. Hoses on balls:
Off Hutlcr, 4, Struck out: by Hutlcr,
7; Mornn, 3; Kamscy, 2. Sacrtflcn
hit: Ilaseman. Double plays: Lemm
to McCnll to Gleen, Ilnmscy to Kills.
Umpire, R. Fernandez; scorer, V.
Tin Chong. .
1 234 C C789
N. G 11 04 2 1004 0011
H. II 0 2 1 1 0 0 30 0 7
U. 8. M. C. . . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
H. II 201100021 7
Two-bnso hit: Lomon. Hulk:
Hlncs. liases on balls: Off Hushnell,
0; Hlnes, 8. Wlld'pltch: Hlncs. Scc
rlflre hits: Hushnell, Gibson. Doublo
piny: Lemon to Kaal to Marcalllno.
Umpire, K. Fernandez; scorer, W. Tin
tt tt tt
(Speclnl to the Bulletin)
WAILUICU, Maul, April 24.
Thcro wns n goodly number of bate
hall onthuslnsts present nt tho baso
ball game between the Kahuluis nud
tho Hcalnnls at Wells Park last Sun
day afternoon, tho score being 11 to
5 In favor of the Kahuluis. Ah Lo
nnd Clement wore tho battery for the
victorious (cam, whllo llento and II.
Meyer pitched for the Hcnlanls. It
was evident that tho team from I'n
pohaku needed a little moro finishing
touches, which Its prosldont, Dr. St.
Sure, admits, but tho young follows
from tho old depot, having lots of
vim nnd stnmlnn, will yet surpilse
tho baseball fans of Walluku, Ah
Lo of Knhulul, a new wonder, struck
out nine, whllo llento struck out ono
nnd Meier 3. Joaquin Garcia um
pired tho gamo, whllo G, II. Schrno
der acted as socrcr. Tho gamo to
morrow, at Wells Park, will bo be
tween the Stnrs nnd Hcalnnls. Sur
vojor J, K Kahooketo has been sur
veying Wills ground this weok per
order of tho County Supervisors to
find out tho exact area needed for
park-slto purposes. Wells Park
proper Is about four and one-quartor
acres, down to tho Sprockols ditch,
but the Supenlsors would like to se
cure ten moro acres nn tho Walhce
sldo of the plantation Irrigating
ditch, It posslblo
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