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School Ball Is
There were two baseball came
plnyeil on tlio Kllohann Park diamond
on Saturday last and nearly tlio whoto
population of Maul turned out for tlio
The first match was between the
Mld-Paclflcs and the Kast Mauls and
Bomu good ball was played before the
Mld-Paclflcs were returned the win
ners with a scoro of 9 to 8.
The second game wob between the
L. A, C. and the I'. A. C. and resulted
In a win (or the I.. A. C. by, a score of
C to 4. A. Kestakl did the twirling for
the L. As, and held down the 1'. A. C.
bunch well. Ills curves puttied tlio
other team very much, and they hail
difficulty In making connection with
the ball. Isaac Noa, the crack bttfc
man of the P. A. C, wjs struck out
twlco by tho pitcher, ana vciy fow
men were walked. V. Pnlaklkc, who
pitched for tho P. A. C, pitched very
good ball although the batsmen got on
to his curves later on In the game. Tho
1.. A. C. hava now defeated the P. A.
C. team twice and tho latest game wai.
voted tho most interesting one played
Next Saturday tho Mld-Paclflcs will
play tho David Malos. The' lino up of
all tho teams wore as follows: i
L. A. C. A. Kcalakal, p.; W. Naoke,
c.-lf.; Pat Bhow, lb.; Clms. l'crcz,
2b.-c; Jno. Perez, 3b.; Ah Kirn., ex.;
Pllmanu, lf.2b.; A. Kuolia, cf.; and E.
P. A. C V. Palaklko. p.; I. Noa.
c; Wm. Aklona, lb.; II. Kapowal, 2b.;
L. Ala, 3).; Ah Sing, us.; I. loan, If.;
Kameokuo, cf.; S, Unca, rf.
Mld-Paclflcs J. Nallau, p.; C. Na-
opo. c; C. Moklau, lb.; Paul Klla, 2b.;
J. Mlo, 3b.; Wm. Isaac, us.: J. Jones.
ir.; V. Klnolua. rf.; and Smith Kama
East Mauls Wm. Enoko, p,f C, Mln.
or, c; Wm. Kaholoka, lb.; J. Morrlej,
Zb.; Wilson. 3b.: Pilmabu. rf.: Patt
Show, cf.; Ned Awana, ss.V and 8am,
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WALL CUP TENNIS
$1 a Year
Kams By Close
Another surprise package was hand
ed out yesterday In the Interscholastlc
scries, when tho St. I.ouls defeated the
Kamchameha boys by a score of 0 to'
5. It was n really good game right
through und very few errors were
chalked up against any of the men.
Pedro pitched six Innings for the
Saints and then he was taken on and
Esplnda given, a chance' with the
sphere. The first run of the game was
scored In the fourth, by the Saints
and then the Kams tied with one rim
In their fourth.
There was a fair-stied crowd to
watch tho game and the rooting as
usual was of the best kind and right
up to date. The standing of the teams
Is as follows: High School, .CM; St.
Louis, .500; Kamchameha, .500; Oaliu
College, .333, The laBt named team
has only won one gamo so far and that
was their first; it Ib very Jiard to say
which team will win the championship
at present ayd ull three leaders seem
to have an excellent chance of captur
ing tho honor.
The llnc-up of both tcapis wj as
Kamehamcha McICenzlc. If . Ku
maloplll, 2b.; Joslah, as.; Murray, lb.;
Mlllkua, p.; Ckana. cf.; Kalomapehu.
a; Mclntyre, rf.; Ilartels, 3b.'
8t. Louis Kred Markham, 31i . Win.
Hoopal, If.; Win. Ksplnda, rf , Jos.
Alona, 2b.; Thomas Ptdro, p . Aug.
Drcler, lb.; Mclnnls Havlcr. c . Oeo.
Robinson, cf.; Wm. Markham, ss
CLOSE GAME AT
THE KALIHI SETTLEMENT.
Secretaries or other author-
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are aBked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, thit
tbey may be Included In the
program. Address all commu-
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June 11 V. M. C. A.
NEWS NOTES FROM
This afternoon tho second teams of
tho Kams and Alllolnnl schools will
meet on the former's ground. The
Kam team will llnu-itp as follows: K.
Noah, c; A. McOovnn, p.; J. Kekela,
lb, (Cnpt.); A Itoblnson. 2li.; .1. Lind
say, 3b.; Apau, Hal. llosea, fielders.
Tho Kam team Is Improving In their
batting and If they keep it up there is
hope of winning tbo baseball championship.
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Seats no wo nsale for all performances.
Five matches were played I nthe
Wall Cup tournament yesterday on
the Reretanln courts, and all five
were won by two sots straight In
each Instance. The wind Interfered
a little with the play, but otherwise
the day was perfect for tennis. Tho
first match between Cunha und Sut
ton went to the former In fairly easy
Btyle, 6-1, 6-2. The next one, how
ever, was a long-fought-out battle,
and It took two vantage sets to decide
tho winner, llurd and Richards pdt
up this fine match and the setB went
Another good match was that be
tween Dockus and Maconnel the
former giving away a handicap of
fifteen. Uockus won the two sets
straight, but only after a hard strug
gle, the sets going 7-5, 9-7. Cap
tain Low defeated George Warren
6-2, 6-3; and E. S. Gee beat L. 8.
Conness 8-2, 6-2, This last-mentioned
game belonged to the second
round, but was advanced one day to
suit the players.
Today the following matches will
be played: At 4:30 A. J. Lowrey vs.
C. It. Frnzler; It. II. Rietow vs. A.
Richards; C. O. Dockus vs. Captain
Low, At 5 o'clock: J. Macauley vs.
II. S. aray; A. R. Cunha vs. I. Ilutd;
R. 11. Rooth vs. L. J. Warren; und.W.
L. Wnrrcn vs. J. Page.
Oreat interest Is being 'taken In
the tournament, and this afternoon
a largo crowd of spectators Is expect
ed to attend the courts. Some of the
games to be played today promise to
be very oxcltlng, and not many of
the matches will end before the full
number of sets are played.
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G. C. Beokley, Jr.
After a well-fought-out game of
baseball, the graduates or Kallhi Sta
tion defeated the Seniors by n score
of 9 to 8i Tho gume right through
was a most exciting one, and In spite
of tho little practice the youngsters
had they put up a much better class
ui uuu man. was expecioa. TrasK
for the Seniors pitched SDlendld Lall
strlkihgliur no less than nineteen
Henry Zeebe, for the winners, also
put In some fine curves and struck
out nine batsmen. George Water
houso was umpire and held the Job
down well to tho satisfaction of all
tho players. Kupa, of Aala fumo(
showed great ability In sliding for
base, und this helped the graduates
a good deal.
The rooting was good, and Tom
Smithies wus right on the spot with
his coaching. At the conclusion of
the game tho boys were treated to
refreshments, and all of them had a
good time. During the evening u
danco was held, and It was an all-bpy
affair. The music was furnished by
Mrs. Chamberlain on the organ,
David Nawalonn assisting with u
Mr. Chamberlain, director of the
settlement, was very pleased with
the showing made by his boys, and
showed his appreciation of their ef
forts by the triumphant smile that
he wore all tho evening. Tho day's
fun closed with a Hawaiian song,
which wob sung'by all the boys. An-
other match will be plated In the
near future against the Palama Set
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MUCH BASEBALL AT
AALA PARK SUDAY
There will be great doings at Aala
Park on Sunday next, and there will
be baseball going on pretty well all
day. in the morning Wall Nichols
Co. will try conclusions once mora
with the Yokohama Specie Hank, and
this game promises to be a real good
one. The Wall Nichols bunch, un
the the uble coaching of A. K, Vlerrw,
Is rapidly Improving at the national
gamo ,and are already out with u
challenge to the team from Khlers
& Co., und this gamo will bo pluyed
on Sunday week probably.
On next Sunday afternoon there
will be two bull Karnes, and both will
be. A I at Lloyds. First the Aula's und
C. A. C. teams play oft the champion
ship of the first series, and then the
N. O. II. and Fort Shatter boys havo
a go ut one another. This double
header should draw a great crowd to
the park, und It will be Interestlng'to
see the Shatter men stack up against
The Kern Cup Is also to be present-'
cd to the Kuwnlos, who won It by
defeating the Marines last week.
Taking It altogether, the day's sport
promises to be one of the best that
has been Been on the Aala diamond
for a long time. The Shatter team Is
going to do or dlo this time In an
attempt to defeat the Guards, and
after the many surprises we hav
had lately in baseball it Is hard t
Tho Kamchameha cadets hnd their
pictures taken Sunday afternoon mi
the school grounds.
(Special llulletln Wireless.)
WAILUKA MAUI, May 3. The re
sult of the Sunday baseball games In
the Mnul League series was: Stars
9. Knhulul 2.
This makes the percentage of tho
teams In the league ns follows:
Team. Played Won Pet.
M. Stars 3 :i 1000
Kahululs 3 1 .333
Ileulnnls 2 o .000
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Last Saturday afternoon, the 24th,
the second ikjIo game of the beabon
was played on the grounds at l'ala.
Tho season opened on the previous
Saturday with the following mem
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tice: F. F. llaldwln, II. A. llaldwln,
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Rice. Ed. Peck, A. W Collins, I.orln
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