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Guards Win Again;
Marines Show Form
LONGEST "BIG" GAME ON RECORD PLAYED YESTERDAY SEV
ENTEEN INNINGS FULL OF EXCREMENT AND JOY
GIBSON, ANDERSON, BURNS AND
Ycsterdnj'B game bctvtacn tlio N.
0. 11, nuil the Marines will go
down In the annuls of Hawaiian
baseball as both the bent and long
est bit; game put plnjcd in Honolu
lu. Seventeen Inning It took to
deride the match, and the huh bad
long set before tlio Guards scored
the necessary run and won by a
scoro ot 3 to 2. The (lunrds made
two runs In their second Inning.
and that was all the) scored till the
seventeenth Inning Pourtcen
times they came up to bnt, but full
ed to add to their score.
The Mnrlnci made one In tbrlr
fourth and In the ninth another ono
tlelng the N. O. II.. Following
that. Inning after inning was play
od without n tally. Gibson pitch
ed first-class ball right through the
whole seventeen Innings, and cer
tainly be, Andorson and Davis vvpic
the brightest stars ot u stellar
bunch of plaeis.
lltishnoll, fur the' (lunrds, pitched
four Innings nnd then win replaced
by IliiniB, vvhu twirled for the bal
ance nf the game. "Oom Paul" did
good win Kin the box, nnd It was
line, two. three for Wlnteis, Wil
liams nnd llnvcf at Hums' vciy first
The excitement ran high right
through the game, and when the
Murines tied the Guuid's scoro ev
tr.vhndv went mad with Joy. Hats
and coats went up In the. ah and
for five minuter pandemonium
It was In the ninth that the Ma
rines tied the score, and the scene
that ensued will never be forgot
ten h) those who were present. It
happened this wa : Davis mado
first on a center field hit. Gibson
flew to Hlckncll Then Anderson
camo up to but ami Davis stole sec
ond, Anderson sacrificed Davis to
thlul. Makln bit to right field and
Davis got home, Mnkln being out
at tlrst live seconds later. Then an
argument started, but the run of
course counted, as Davis was homo
before Makln died.
.Then the game went seven In
nings without any further store by
either sldo. The play was cilsp and
exciting, and all the men were put
ting up the game of their lives.
There waa a tremendous crowd
present for thn largest ever seen
at Aala I'arlc and the rooting
was great The band stnnd was
crowded with officers and their la
dles, nnd all of them stajcil till the
finish, which came at ti:30 o'clock.
No one thought of dinner, nnd sjll
Ideas of going to church were aban
doned. Tlio crowd grew larger instead of
smaller us the evening closed In, but
kept well to the boundary lines and
did not cncioach on the field. All
was excitement, and It was evident
that tlio sjmpathy of the scectntora
was with the Marines lit their great
light against the chnmplons.
liven when the game was finished
a large bunch of fans remained on
the ground and discussed the game.
The Marines are a fast-fmprovlng
bunch of players, and they gave
llnrry,'a Demits the toughest gnmo
of their lives. The genial sergeant
was present .at the game and looked
elated and downcast alternately as
tho game went for or against his
It certainly wub the game of a
lifetime and one that every fan in
tho city who was not present will
curso his luck for missing.
Tho first game, between the Aalas
and C. A. C.s, was also a grand, ono
nnd was watched with the great
est of Joy by tlio crowd After a
very Interesting game tho C. A. Cm
won by a score of ." to 2.
In the morning Vlerra'a lnvlncl
bles put It oyer Killer's tenni by a
scoro of UI-7, thus proving their
title to the cognomen. The Invin
cible ure ready to play any other
"house" team in tho city, and It Is
understood that the cmploes of the
Stargowald building will be their
next opponcpts and victims.
The line-up of the Marines and
N. d. II. was as follows: N. O. II.
Lemon, ss; Kaal, cf; llushuctl. It
and p; Sumner, rf; Lota, 3b; Knla,
2b; Marcalllno, lb; Soared, c;
Hums, It and p. Marines Wil
liams, If; jlen, rf; Caw, ss; Coll,
3b; Davis, cl; Gibson, p; Anderson,
c; Mnkln, 3b; Winters, lb.
The big game by Innings went as
Klrst Inning Lemon flew to
right field. Kaal safe at first. IIubIi
iipII mado .first and Kaal second.
Sumner flew to right field. Lota
died at rjrqt, fP runs. Williams
fulled to liinko first, Hajes walloped
the ball Into the river two bagger.
Gaw fanned. Coll hit the air three
times. Nq runs.
Becord Inning Kaln mado first,
stolo second and got to third on a
passed ball, Murcalllno flew to cen
ter Held. Soarcs walked. Hums
flew lo pitcher. Lemon got a pass
to first. Kaal went out tring to
mako three out of a two-bagger.
Soarcs nnd Kal.i homo In tho mean
time. Tnu runs.
Davis hit by pitcher look base.
Gibson died ut llrfil. Davis getting to
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
second. Anderson failed to mako
I first, Davis got to thlul. Mnklu
flew to Knla. No runs.
I Third Inning Winters died ni
first. Williams ditto., Hnjcs re
peated tho art. No runs.
Ilushnell flew lo left field. Sum
ner expired nt first. Loto lmltntcd.
Winters passed in hit checks at
flrtt Williams kicked the bucket
nt the same spot. Lota repeated the
performance. No runs.
1'imrth Inning Knla died nt
first. Marcalltno ditto,. Soarcs dit
to. Knla, Marcalllno nnd Soarcs all
failed to make first.
Gaw died first. Coll made first
safe. Davlsto second on fine hit
nnd Coll home. Gibson walked.
Anderson flew lo center field, Davis
getting to third and Gibson to sec
ond. Mnkln failed to nuke first.
Fifth Inning Hums hit the nlr.
Lemon fanned. Kaal did the samei
Winters fanned. Williams died
at first, pitcher to baseman. Hajes
stirred the atmosphere. No runs.
Sixth Inning Ilushnell ft6w lo
Makln, Sumner safe at first. Lota
funned to make first Sumner to
second. Kala died ut first. No runs.
Gaw fanned. Coll made n hole In
the nlr. Davis bit a two-bagger.
Gibson died at first. No runs.
Seventh Inning Marcalllno
flew to Winters. Soarcs died at 'first.
Hums fanned. No runs.
Anderson flew to Hums. Makln
made first. Winters was nabbed nt
first, Mnkln (o second. Williams
fanned. No runs.
Ktghth Inning Lemon died at
first. Kaal got free transportation.
Ilushnell made first safe. Kaal got
to second. Sumner died at first.
Kaal getting to tplrd. Lota failed
to make first. No runs.
Hayes flew to Lemon. Gaw lilt
Into Kaul's hands. Coll fanned. No
Ninth Inning Kala flow to
Haves. Marcalllno hit by pitcher
took bnse, stole second and third.
Soared made 'second and Marcalllno
lied at home plate. Hums safe at
first and Soarcs to third. Lemon
fanned. No runs.
Davis got to first. Gibson flcW to
Ilushnell, Davis to second. Ander
son sacrificed Divls to third. 'Mn
kln then came to the bnt nnd on n
left Held hit Davis got home, Makln
dlng at first. One run.
Tenth Inning Kaal died at first
Hushncll ditto. Sumner Just tho
same. No runs.
Winters, Williams nnd Haves
wont out one, two, three. No runi.
Blcvcnth Inning I.ota died at
first Kala flew to Winters. Mar
calllno made first on safo hit.
Soarcs expired at first. No runs.
Gaw beat the air Coll followed
suit. Davis safe at first. Gibson
flew to pitcher. No runs.
Twelfth Inning llurnu safo at
first and stolo second. Lemon flew
to catcher. Kaal also flew to Ander
son, who made a wonderful rfctch
right niiildst the crowd. Ilushnell
llcw to center field. No runs. '
Anderson hit a twu-baggcr. Ma
kln fanned. Anderson stole third.
Inters fanned. Williams flew o
icnlcr fitld No ruhs.
Thirteenth Inning Sumner fall-
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Secretaries or other author
ized representative of clubs
' are asked to send In n list of
events, scheduled by tbeni, that
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to tho Spoiling Edi
tor, Evening Uulletln.
' May 17' Handicap DuiiIiIch.
May 23: Irwin Cup.
Juno 11: Y. M. C. A.
cd to get to first,. Ixjtn died. Kala
ditto, pitcher to baseman. No runs
Ilajcs expired nt first G.iw safe.
Coll fanniiCII. Davis made first. Gaw
out trying to steal third. No inns.
1'ourtecuth Inning Marialllno
died ut.flrbt. Soarcs fanned. Hums
safo to flrs.t, Lemon took bnse on
iinlls. Hums to second. Kaal Hew
to left field. No runs.
Gibson snfc ut first. Audcison
flew lo Knla. Makln ditto to pitch
er. Winters died at first. No runs.
l'lftccnth Inning Ilushnell bunt
ed unci died at first. Sumner flow to
Winters. Lota got to first safo and
died tring to steal second. No
Williams died. Hajes flew to
catcher. Gaw flow to Ilushnell. No
Sixteenth Inning Kala failed
to get to first. Marcalllno ditto.
Soarca fanned, No runs.
Coll fanned Davis safo to Hist.
Gibson flew to catcher. Audcison
fanned No inns.
Seventeenth Inning Hums
walked. Lemon made flint and
stole second, Hums to third on wild
thiOvr Kaal made second on good
hit nnd Hurns came home. Lemon
died at home Ida to, Kaal got to sec
ond, Ilushnell mado first safe, and
Kail, died livt'lpg to got home. Sum
nen mude first on safe hit, and Hush
nell was out nt. second, One run.
Makln gnt'to first. Winter faun',
cd. Williams died at llisf. Makln
getting to second. lilt) eg How to
Lemon, No runs.
BALL GAMES GOOD.
Two games uf the Knplohiul
League were plaved jeslerdu, nnd
some gcoil ball was seen Tho
Reach team defeated the All-Slais
bv a sec c of 10 to 1, and tho To
klwas put It over tho All-llnwnlls
In the tune of ft to 0, Ouchl cov
eted hluixolf with illorj It) being in
strumental In putting tin cc. men l
out in ono play. Ho was plajlug nt
short stop nnd mado a lino one-hand
cntili, and sending the ball to sec
ond had a 1 miner out, and tho base
man throwing to catcher, the lat
ter managed to tag the man who
wire sliding for home. It waa a won
deiful bit of vvoik and worked the
crowd up to a gieat stitto of cxclto
incnt The standing of the differ
ent teams in tho Icagu'o Is as fol
lows: I'. W. 1'it.
Iteach .", I .SIM
Highlands I a .7.10
All-Stars : mo
Tgklwas ' 8 .10"
All-llawnlls ." 1 '.!"
a a n
EWA WINS GOOD
GAME OF BASEBALL.
West's Wairlors'put It nvei Wala
lii.i lo the tuuu of lit to '.' .veslerday
al Hw.i, and gieat Is tho rejoicing
thereof Tho Hwa Ic.ini held tho
other punch down without u sinro
until the sixth, when tho Wnlaliiaa
made. two. lip till thnt Inning tho
Walaluas had not got u man to first,
nnd when they did scuio It was
through an error.
Clark pitched gieat ball, and wns
plailng In lilt best pnnslbln form
Ills twirling piiuled tho Walaliins .i
lot, mid the) could not mako con- .
ncctlon with the sphere.
Tho other match, between the
Alea and Walanao, was not plaved.
but will bo brought off in tho neai
iuturc. Uvvn seems to have n inort- '
gage on the championship, and it
will take a strong team to beat them.
A match between tho Japaneso
team from Walalua nnd tho Kwa
laps was won bj tho fornior by u
score of 7 to .1. It was a good gnuui
and was w'atched h) a large crowd
of people Tho I'.wa pitcher was
well on to the game and put bomo
good ones over the plato.
The High School hand ball loui
nanieut Is In full swing now, nnd
already some flno games havo been
plajed Tho lesults so far mo an
'lollows: Ingulls beat Harnhiirt, 21
lo 11 and 21 to 13; Marcalllno beat
Crocket, 21 to 3 nnd 21 to 17; Pur
vis beat AndiewB, 21 to 13 mid 21 to
20, Thcio aro four more matches to
be plajed In tho Hist round, anil
these aio as follows. Illart vs. Illce,
McCandless vs. Noiton, Trary vs.
Douglas and Garden vs Johnston.
"' Mr7sWAHN .
Foimcrly cutter for II. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B, KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
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