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while in motion with CJtit entente, capacity 1 Qt.- gasolins
tan't holds 5 quarts: bxttcr) cose takes 3 (I17 cells of any
mal.e; traiwnission: roll.r chain drive 5.3" pitch, indepen
dent ndhstment 011 al! chains: tires 2L.i" 0. & J.; weight,
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Change cf program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday, and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Opcn-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances; Pauahi St, near
LOSE TO GUARDS
BUSHNELL, LEMON AND SAORES DO GREAT WORK FOR N. G. H.
BOYS BIG CROWD OF FANS TRAVEL TO LEILEHUA FOR
GAME CHANCES OF OUARDS LOOK GOOD.
To Iliuhnell, Lemon nnd Soares may
be given most of tlio crodlt of tho vie
tor or the N. 11.. It. ocr tlio Fifth
cnvnlry nt Lcllchiia yesterday. All tho
team plaed well of course, hut theso
three men simply excelled themselves.
I., mini nt shortstop was playing tlio
game of bin life, and never had an j
error chalked up ngnlnst him, and his
work wiiB'sltnply perfect.
The result of tho game wan n com-1
pleto surprise to eU'r.one, iih most
iicnplu expected the match lo he very
close nnd conic persons went as far as
to say that the Lcllchiia hunch would
put It all out tho Hoards. Hut It wan
nut to he. and before the K.uno hnd
Kt.no far It was seen that thu troopers
weie to Ki't thelis Rood and hard. And
Ktt It they dhl to the tune of 10 to 1,
much to tho surprise of most people.
It was a flue trip down and n lart:o
cio'.vd nallcd themselves of tho opnor
(unity of haliiK a look nt tho new liur
racks brides eujoylni; a Kamo of hate
hall. 'Ihe Army folk turned out la
!nj. f and thoro wcro a number of town
people wh.i had run down .In aulomo
lultit: tlie passtiiReis who went on the
train itulckly spreail themsohet. over
the camp and look In nil the sights. De
foie the game Marled there w.ih a 1I
ciowd on the RrouiidH and I lie ;: rent
es! Interest wnn bliown In the coming
Tho nrrangements ns reganU lunch
for 1 lie eiowd wcro weak, and tho les
nuraiit not c-pect!ng stlch n crowd, lmd
haul work to satisfy tho huiigrv iiunt
als who hngun to look for food almopt
as soon as they reached the canton-
nicnt llowovcr, everybody got ktnno
thing lo eat and then tho cmw-l wji 1
e.l Its tij to the sce'io of tho game.
Tim Ramo was started about 1
o'clock und hv that tlmu a large crowd
of fnus lined the field; there weio otll
ceM fiom the rifth, Twentieth, nnd
Marines, nnd uulto a number of ladles
graced thu grounds with their prcs-
ence. The N. O. II. went In first, und
when they wcro disposed of wlthotu
mnklng a run, great wns tho Joy of the 'Hanson, cf 2 0
Cnvnlry fans, Htlll tho Fifth did nolllutler, rf 4 1
'letter In theh-Initial attempt, and then I Hats, 5b; 4 0
In tlie second things happened with
a riifh The Cinrds then got their
eye In nnd scored two runs; nftoi that
they lmd not much trouble nnd fcored
nlinost as they liked.
HuRhncll pitched a flno game rh-ht
through, nnd had good support from
ihe rest of the team. Tho battel x of
the Fifth was not very strong, and
1 their short-stop mndo sovernl cirnrs.
If the Fifth had had a stronger attack
tbey would have douo much belter
against the Guards. Hell, their iltch-
or, did well for a whllo, hut later en
tlio Hoards seemed to find him eveiy
tlmo nnd hit him all over tho field
Tho Military I.eaguo championship
looks like 11 ccrtnlnty for tho N. O, II.,
and 11 great deal of Interest will now
be khonn In ns to Which team will rim
fecund In tho competition. Tho Mar
ines aro by no means out of thn run
ning for second plnco, and they will
make tho Fifth buck up a lot before
they can claim the honor. Thu Fort
Shaffers havo n good gnino stowed
nwny Bomowhcro at tho camp, nml ono
or tlicso days they will unpack lt,
much to tho surprlso of one of tho
Tho game by Innings went as fol-
1 iri iiiiiuiB-uemon gcis iteo trans
imitation, Kaal sucrlflcos, but Lemon
goes out at second, llnshnell flow to
c. f. Kaal waa caught nt flrat. No
Sheppard fanned. (Ironlnger died nt
first. Walters failed to ninko first. No
Second Inning Sumner makes first,
Lota to flrbt on balls. Kaal fanned,
Mnrcnlllno singles. Sumner In thlnl
j 11 id Lota to second. Sumner home on
wild pitch. Soares died at first. Uita
'litimo'oti wild pitch. Hurns did tho fun
act. Two inns.
Haiibon died at first. Hntlor makes
first on bunt. Uatoti died. llutler
stolo fecond. Hartley singles and
llutler gets home.
Nles fanned. Ono
Third Inning Lemon fanned. Kaal
ditto. Hnshnell dies at flrBt. Nonius.
Sheppard flow to catcher (linulng
er ninkeu first, Wnltors flow to left
field. Hansen died nt first. No runs.
Fourth Inning Sumner died. Lota
Linnetl, haal did tho sniie. No runs,
Ry now or Trip,
G. C. Bockley, Jr.
Hartley mnkes first Nlcs flew to cen
ter. No num.
Fifth InnliiK Mnrcnlllno illcil nt
first. Sonies make first on onto hit.
Uiirns Bticrlflcoil Soares to second.
Lemon hunted nnd brought lioma
Soarci). Knnl lluw. Olio run.
Hell fled. Sheppard died nt first
land (Ironlnger repeated tho act. No
Sixth InnlnR Ilnslinoll mndo first.
Sumner to first on error, Lota flew and
Knnl died white llnshnell and Sumnor
fctole, tho first Ki'ttltiK homo nnd then
Sumner Rot home on blocked hall, Mnr
cnlllno flew. Two runs. Withers flew.
Harris ditto, nnd Duller did tho sume.
Sovenlh InnltiK 8oarcs walked and
then tiled trylnn to steal second. IJur
fanned. Lemon walked nnd stolo
second hut tiles trjIiiK to make third.
Hates tiled in an effort to make third.
Hartley died at first and Nlcs flew. No
KlRhth InnlnR llnshnell died. Sum
ner walked. l.ota ditto. Kani singles
and Sumner Rets home. Mnrcnlllno
died nt first, Hoarcs doubles, l-ota get
ting home. Sturcs gets to third on a
wlhl pitch while Kala Bcorcs. Ilurns
reaches first on enor of shortstop and
Soarcs getB home. Lemon flew. Four
runs. . 1
Doll died at first. Sheppard expires
in same way. (Ironlnger makes first
and Walters makes first safo. Harris
flew to right field. No runs.
Ninth Inning Kaal died nt second.
Iltishiiell makes first on safo hit. Sum
ner fanned. Ilnslinoll stole third and
I.otu Is safo, and IlUBhnell gets homo.
Ono run. u
llutler died nt flrt.t. Dates died at
first. Hates followed his example.
Hartley Hew to center. No runs.
The official score was as follows:
ADR 1)11 sn
Sheppard,. lb 4 0 0 0
(Ironlnger, 3b. ...4 0 2 0
I Walters, ss 4
Nlcs, If. ..
Hell, p. ...
Totals 34 1 4 0 27 13 7
N. O. II.
ADR HII sn
Lemon, ns 3
Knnl, cf G
Hushncll, p B
Sunnier, rf I
3C 10 7
I 27 IS 4
. 1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9
,...0 1000000 01
n. a. 11.
Huns 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 4 1-10
II. II 0 2 0 0 2 10 2 0-- 7
Two-baso hits. Lemon, Soares; bates
on hulls, oft Holl 0; struck out, by Uell
8, nushnell 2; wild pitches. Hell S:
imssotl balls. Hartley 2: sacrifice lilts.
.Walters, Kaal, llnshnell, Hunu:
doublo plays, (Ironlnger to Sheppard,
llutler tti Hartley. Tlmo of gainu. 1
hour 45 nilnntea
ilex; scorer. K. I.
II. W. Kinney, late of tho Ilul-
1 1 1 11 iuu, is iiikiiik 11 greai in-
tcrest' In Marathon running and has
wrllttin to Nlgol Jackson, asking for
some pointers on tho business. ' It is
piobalilo that a Marathon will bo
run In tho;'rnlny city In tho near fu-
ituie. ' llllo .sports aro always willing
to tftko n chance nt anything that
buvois of sport,
Tho tlckots for'tho I'cnrl Harbor ex
cursion which Is ,gong' to m.n,rk the,
opening of tho yachting season, aro
going oft fast, In fact most of tho ac
commodations 011 the fnvnrlto boats Is
all fold out. Tho salo of tickets closes
next Saturday at 2 o'clock.
II tl n
Hnrt who rnmn tn Honolulu will, thn
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Snlltl Clara tenm, has been doing flno
work In II10 linx for St. AfflrvV iiml It
was a no-iun, no-hlt pitch for him In
a gatno lately played on tho Coast.
:t n n
Mr. Illnnchnrd has presented a
cup for tho' highest batting nvcrago
of tho High School In tho prosont In-
Secretaries or other author-
Ized representatives of clubs
are asked to send 1a a list of
events, scheduled by them, tht
they may bo Includod In the
program. Address all cointnu-
nlcatlons to the Sporting Edl-
tor, Eronlnc Uulletin.
Juno 11: Y. M. C. A.
Two Good Ball
Thero wero two flno games of baso
ball at Aala I'ark yesterday, and al
though a lot of the ordinary fans had
taken tho trip out to Lellchtla to
watch the Military Loaguo game, still
tho usual-sized crowd rolled up al til.',
ilvcrsldo to cheer their champions 011
Tho first Ramo was between the Yo
kohama Spcclu Hank nnd tho Wall
Nichols Co., and. tho latter team won
by a scoro of to 7. It was nn excit
ing game nnd at times caused a lot of
The Bccond Ramo was put up by tho
White Sox and the C. A. C. teams nnd
the latter team won by a scoro of 7 to
4. It was a good gatno right through
innd tho rooting of the fans was Im
The following s tho official scoro:
A. May, cf. ..
I'lckard, lb. .
J. Ross, 3b. .
Notlcy, rf. ...
II. Hrlto, c. ..
Franco, 2b, ..
Ah Toon, If.' .
Mnrkhnm, p, .
Tom Yen, as.
Totals Gl 4 7 3 24 13 G
C. A. C.
ADR I1II 811 O
J. Alonn, 2b G 0
Sing Cluing, ss. ..4 2
Eng Sang, lb 4 2
Chi Htil, c 3 0
A. Asam, rf 4 1
Hong Chack, If. ..4 1
Ako, 31 4 1
J. Lcong, cf 4 0
1 2 3 4 G C 7 8
0 0 2 10 0 0 0
0 12 2 10 0 0
C. A. C. "
1 2 3 4 G C 7 8
2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1
3 0 10 2 2 2 1
Two-baso lilts, Notlcy, Franco, All
Toon, Sing Chong, Asam. Lcong,
Apau; bases on halls, oft Mnrkhnm 1,
Apau 4; struck out, by Markham 3,
Apau 7; wild pitch, Apau; passed ball,
Hrlto; sacrlflco hits, Sing Chong. Chi
Hul. Tlmo of game, 1 hoifr 63 min
utes; iimplrg, Davis; scorer, W. TIP
I Moanalun was yestorday tho Bcono
"' much activity In tho golf lino of
BP"ts. quite a number of members
' visited tho pretty UnkB nnd a medal
tournament was played off. C. , S.
weight and F. W. Klehahn tied for
nrst place and in tlie play oft Weight
won from tho vctoran. Tlio links were
In CXCCllpnt COmlltlnn nml nllhnm.l, tl..-.
rain threatened at times tho day was
most enjoyable. Tho official scores
wcro aa rollows:
I Scort. Hdcn Net
C. II. Weight 101
F. Klehahn 95
Austin Whlto 88
E. Munro 10G
O. 8. Lclthead 108
E. O, Whlto 103
J. I). Mclnorny 11G
W. C. Wilder 118
W. Sliupeou ,,no
R.-A. Jordan ...;.., 127
8. O. Wilder 120
FROM THE LIMINE
At 8. o'clock last night tho Matron
llnor Lurllno reportod that she was
340 miles tit, experiencing a brisk
northeast wind and smooth seaB, and
that tho passengers were nil In flno
fottlo. Tho shin will bo In wlrolmiH
communication for a good many days
OUR MR. BRASCH will leave on
Monday next ' for NEW
YORK, LONDON and PARIS, and
will be pleased to fill any special
orders entrusted to him.
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