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KVCNINO IH'M.KTI.V, lIONOI.L't.U, T. II., MONDAV, MAY 21, 1000.
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ANOTHER SHIPMENT 0 I
The motorcycle that i, noted for its Simplicity, Durabili
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MARINES DEFEAT i
FORT 8H AFTER:
Close And exciting1 Gan'e At Aula
Park. Hlnes Pitches Qood Bull
Qrun Mukcs Home Run. JVltikln
Qood As Usual. McCull Fields
Well. Boloun's Fine Work.
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May Sil: Marine vh. Cuvnlry.
.May 30: N. (!. II. v.
May 21: Handicap Double.
June (i: Coopei Cup.
May 29: Practice.
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
AIUioukIi jesleidny'it nanio be
tween the .Marines utul Port Shaft
era wim not as lone, ill awn nut ns
lliiit of Hinnluj weol. It iro lilctl a
Kooil iiftuitinon'ti nport ami the limit
lesull of n win liy r. to I by (hu Mu
rine was Just about utint wan uv
ipecteil In I tie; Inajorlly of the faiiH.
'?llll lor a time II looUed ns If the
jahafteiH weie holdiiiK the other
j limn h mfc. mill the Marines' follow
ers fell prettv glum In the early
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MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
game iiIbo, lie I'orle being the player
who tlew atoiiml I lie illamoiul with-1
out ntoppliiK. This hit wns In tlio
same direction n the onn matte by
(law in the other game, hut wait not.
such n good one. I
The AalaK unit C. A. C hnvo won
ono game each In the championship
series, anil their next game will de
cide the fate of tho beautiful cup
which Kes to the champions. '
The Military League will finish
up next Sumlay, when the Marines
will play the Cavalry ut l.elllhua.
i An noon as the iirenent series Is pail
I the new Military League, with five
teams engaged, will Mart up. The
I N. (1. II.. Cavalry. Port Shnflerw.
Murines ami I'. S. KnglneerH will be
'the liiinrh, anil some, fine hall Rhnuld
The game between the Invincible
nntl the Japiim.se Tennis Club tllil
not come off, ns the teams wished to
show their resps.-t for Henry Vler
In the Marlne-Shafter gnme an
Important dispute orose In the ninth
Inning. McCall got home on n wild
throw by Williams, but l'untinrtry
culled him luck to third. This
caused a Inl of argument, and the
Shatter fans were very disgusted.
ii is pontine lll'll u pioie'l will lie
entered h) the Shatters. This Is n
pity, at,t mi fur, the Mllltaiy series
liiu been dewild of trouble.
The big giiniM by Innings went as
lllnes out nt first. Knight matin
Prft safe. Thompson tlew to pitch
er. Knight mil, t base. No runs.
I'lghth Inning Hills out nt flint
Onngol got to first safe. Oakley
made first ami died t lying to pur
loin second, (longol went the same
way. No runs.
Mnkln safe at first. Winters to
third on n passed ball, nnil Mnkln
home. Hayes made llrst mid went
out trying for second. Wlntcts
home. Williams made llrst, but tiled
nt i-econtl. Onw lilt n thieo-baggcr.
Call illid nt first. Two runs,
Ninth Inning lloloun .fanned.
Ilnmsey flew to llajes Mi Call
made llrst on safe, hit. lloran lo
fecond antl MrCnll to tlilnl. I.emn
Hew to pitcher. No runs.
The ofllclnl score was as follows:
All It III! SI) O
Ruching Dutch Collars,
and all late effects, at
Whitney & Marsh
McCall. 2b 3 2
Moian, rf 5 1
Lenin, 2h 1 1
Howe, ss I t)
Kills, If 4 ii
Congo!, cr. 4 n
Oakley, e .1 (I
liolonn, p 4 ii
Ilnmrcy, lh 3 (I
Totals 34 4 9 5 24 13 2
U. S. M. C.
aii it mi sn 0
Hayes, cf. I
Williams, c 3
(law, hs 4
N. HINE3, WHO DOES THE PITCH
ING FOR THE MARINES WHEN
GIBSON IS NOT ON DECK.
scored two runs In their first Inning,
i. ml the Marines one In their second.
Then the Fort bojs made two In
their fifth, nntl then had tour to
their opponents' ono. It was not
till the sixth thnt the Marines stored
ngiiln, anil then they got two men j
Klrst Inning - MtCiill, hit by
I.ltcher, took base. Mcniii made llrst wiicr, p ;
safe. I.emn got to llrst. nntl Morun 'Knight, if 3
men tiyliig l'i make stcontl. l.enm Thompson. If.
stole, second. .McUull lo mini and Mnkln. 2b.
home. I;llls fanned l.etnn home. Kllgore, lh.
Uongol tanned. Two runs. Winters, lh.
Hayes Hew to Kills. Williams
made lln,t safe, liuw Hew to pitch
er Williams caught olT base. No
Second hilling - Oakley hit the
air. lloloun made flint anil stole j U. II.
second anil tlilnl. Ramsey got fiee
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I f',,11 U'nll.i.il ,1,1.1 ,r,il In aannni nil
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,.., ,,.,., ,, n passed ball. Illties got ii pass nnd
' .,,,, III., i.i. aiu tt fit., i.r.iiil.l ...ml. I tin ' n ,
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And nil California fruits and vege
tables in season on Friday's Alameda.
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henrd miles off The Shaflers tiled
their best to add to their tally, but
there was nothing doing. With sev
en Innings gone und tho Torts lead
ing by ono run tho excitement wus
Intense, and both tenuis were e
temlliiK their best efforts to stop the
other fioni hunliig.
However, In the eighth the Mu
rines idled up two mom runs, and
the game was p.m. Thu featuie of
the game was the home run made
by (law In tho sixth. Two men weie
down, and llaen was on second,
when (law came up lo bat. Hu
timed the hall beautifully, und, get
ting It Jiibt right, made the best hit
tecn on the A.il.i gioiiud this season.
Thu ball trawled light down the
Held and over on to the street. It
was a dandy wallop, nnd (law ijultu
desciM'd the owitlnti he ictclved as
he dashed out the homo plate.
The Marine team was not us
thong as ustinl, us Davis, Anileinin
'mid (illiMin stood down, Hlnes
pitched good b.ill light thiough, nnd
j. Williams did fairly well behind the
Weals and Short Orders at All Times ' ''" Mnkl"- "lwn8 " "L'1'' i'1'"1''1
nf the Dav and Niclit We Never ,,M ""l,Jl "" "",1 1k " llel' r,,r
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i llrst. Kllgore How """ " """
Mnkln citught nap-,(s) "lul c- - !
Hayes died ut Hist. ,:- '"rster (2)
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WINES. LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERUIN. Proprietor.
I' oi the Shnfteis, lloloun pitched
I we'l, and Oal.lo. who took llate
. ma. i'ii pi. ue at catcher. iiImi was
Job nn mi tho spot. I.einon, ut
tlilld baho, was good, and some of
'his wuil, was exielleat. McCall
plajeil hlu usual Hue game and did
bourn Hue t.itchlng at t.ctmiil hai-e.
Coll died trying to steal third
Knight made Hist oil safe hit und
stole second. Thompson hit n two
bagger nnd Knight got home.
, Thompson out off his base. One
i Third Inning Moron expired ut
llrst. Lenin Imitated. Howe Hew to
' center Held. No runs.
Makln safe to first. Kllgore How
to right Held,
plug off base.
I 'on I th lulling Hills flew to
Thompson. Uongol did the sumo.
Oakley walked. Uolnun tlew to Call.
Williams fanned. (law died nt
llrst. Call Hew lo Itanisey, No
' rifth Inning Ramsey failed to
make fliht. McCall safe ut (list.
Mm an two-bagger, stole third. Mc
Call home on passed ball. I.emn
mnile Hrst und Moruu home. Itowe
fanned, I.emn made econd and
died trying lo steal third. Two
lllucs died nt flrst. Knight hit
two-bugger und stole thlid. Thomp
son fulled to make Hrst. Makln
Hew to pitcher. No runs.
Sixth Inning Kills Hare ut first.
Cougol bunted nnd made Hist. Kills
got to third. Oakley Hew lo pitcher
nnd (longul was out ut llrst. lloloun
expired at llrst. No runs.
Kllgoie Hew to I.emn. Ilaca
two-hugger. Wllllnins died at Hist.
Ilujes to tlilnl. (law made, a dandy
Totals 27 5 12 2 27 10 I
1 2 3 4 5 fi 7 X 0
Huns 2 o t) o 2 o nnooo i
...2 0 (1 t) 2 2 1 1 1 0
U. S. M. C.
1234 fi C783
Huns 0 10 0 0 2 0 2 S
H. II ..U 2 10 12 15 12
it a a
TENNIS DOUBLES START
. TOMORROW AFTERNOON,
The flrst round of the men's don
hle handicap tournament will bo
Plaed Tuesday afternoon on the
Courts of the Uerctunla Tenuis club.
The thaw and time of play follows:
At 4 o'clock, A. h. Lowrey (8) und
!;. 8. Gee (8) vs. Theo. Illchards (2)
nnd A. Illchards (2): A. II. Cunhn
Ilockus (1) vs. It. U.
and I.. S. Conness
(2). At B o'clock, W. I.. Wnnen
(S) nnd D.' W. Andeison (S) vs. J.
Maconnel (3) and I. Hurd (3); A.
I.. Castile (S) and Captain Low (S)
b. It. II. Hlctow (1) ami J. J. Pugo
The tournament Is attracting n
lot of attention, and some very close
mutches me anticipated. The
matches will he for tho best tlueo
out of live sets, und us the prizes nio
well worth u Inning some exciting
play will he witnessed before the
tournament Is finished.
Additional Sports on Page G
Mi. John I), Aimokii Is this day
atithoilzcil by me to tolled all ieuts
due fiolu nil l.inild belonging to Her
Majesty I.lliiioknliiui lu place of J.
M llilght resigned.
JOSHI'II K AHA, Sit..
Agent fm II M Mlluoknluul.
fltltllUftV L'1l4t Ill.lVltll fllut ll!IWI Vl'1U
" "" !" .., .. M- .
u iiiihIi luipuiveil man fioni Sunday ,""' "'" "' . '"uwcu ,,,,u'
w.ek. when he held down thlid for!0"" ew t Congol. Two runs.
aeveuiu inning unmsey men nt
Hrst. McCall, lilt by pitcher, took
base. Morun made Hrst on safe hit,
McCall to second. I.emn sacrificed
MCnll tu third and Mnrnn lo sec
(mil Howe Hew lo catcher. No
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riumbers of the Bulletin offlcs.
Th fi o was a ticmcmlotis tiowd
picbent mill the baud stuud, us us
tinl, wus giacod by a number of tu
rtles. Tho ollkeis also annul out in
lone, and tho gieatuil In e'e t was
ttiken In the game b) own till"
Tliu'lllbl gulllf betWHH-i the t' A
Ch and tho Aulas iciiUed lu u win
fur the latter by u bioie m I, to 1
It was a line game o wal n, and un
til the C A C pitcher went up lu
the air the le-uilt seemed In doubt.
There, v. ,ia u home, inn made lu this
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