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BVKNINO tltiU.F.TIN. IION'OI.UUI, T. II., MONDAY, JUUY I!), 1909.
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HUGE SUCCESS OF
BIQ CROWD ATTEND OPENING OF PARK TWO GAMES OF 'BASE.
BALL FOLLOW PARADE MARINES SHOW FIRST-CLASS FORM
AND DEFEAT KALIHIS. , , "
If anyone nnd the flighted doubt ever, the J. A. C. made one also hi
&8 to the popularity of baseball In Ihclr flint and piled up three beau
' this city, n trip to the Kwa-cnd of tics In their nccoiid, putting them
the town would qiflckly have din-
polled Buch erroneous Ideas yester-
Why, there wan hall even In the
nlr, and one could not escape the
thought that here, right In our'
midst, was n leavening process go
ing on which Is blending tho differ
ent races together nnd nil through
the agency of the great American
Aula Park had Its share of the ball
fans, but It was at the new Athletic
I'nrk that the big crowd congregut-
cd. I'ully three thousand persons
cntcied by the two gntes to the park,
Plltlfl Ilia trrntirlHltldil ntid lilaanknra
...... ... n uw...... u.v.lu..
wre slmply'n mass of crowded hu-,
inanity. There was not even stand-
luc room anywhere on the buildings,
i' lid the spare undec the grandstand
was a needling sea of cranlns necks,
The scene was n very animated
one, nnd, excepting for a few slight
showers that fell during the after-
noon, all ,was to the lovely for sure.
Kings decorated the grandstand, and
the flag nf .Nippon, the Klowery
Kingdom, Hawaii nnd "Tho Grand
Old Kng" flew bravely to t'.io breeze
side liy side. .
The "skin" diamond wns h thing
of Joy for'thc players, but an nliuml-
niillon to Hut spectators who were'
pea ted under tho stand, for tho top
I dressing of ruwdurt that adorns tho
diamond was wafted Into tho oyes
of the press biinrhMind tho rest of
the fans. The wind seems to bo Bl'
wnyji blowing down tho valley, nnd
consequently the optics of thone
fcated beneath tho grandstand 'had
to suffer. -
However, everybody wns out to en-
Joy themselves, and they surely did
havo a good time of It. Ileforo 2
o'clock Manager Douthltt hod to con-
sldcr stopping the sale of tickets for
,Jho gramlstnnd, ns thero was no
more room there for spectators.
When tiro Marines stepped on to
Hip diamond to do battle with .tho
Knllhis n great roar went 'up from
the crowd, and everybody sat tight
In anticipation of seeing tho gamo
!of their lives.
The Marines scored In their first
through the agency nf Hayes.' nnd
nftcr tlia't there was nothing doing
I up to the second half of .the seventh,
when Davis and Gibson 'got home
I safe amidst the frantic cheers of the
With the score standing at threo
to nil In favor of the Marines, and proper position. The game cannot.. . , .'
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t-oven Innings gone, it certainly look- be seen properly nt present, as any"oj0H' ; , ,..,'.4
ed ns If tho whitewash act was com- work done In the field neur first base jror shatter 'I'.l.'.'.'.'.iis
lug off, but in the eighth tho Kali- Is nn the blind side of the reporter's palomns ... "
' 111,. mn.,nM,l fn ...nl.n nn ..... ...III. I...l. t 11.K ..HAat. till. 1a M.A..A HI- IfdWnlfU i
1 1111, HIIIIIUKt'lt IU IlllinU III1V lUII nilll
I tho aid of Kulpo, who was brought
in by Clark.
In tho second half of tho eighth
the Marines added one more run to
their total, nnd It was Coll who did
the trick. The Kallhls were unable
to Increase their score In tho ninth,
and there was no necessity for the
Mnrlncs to go to the bat again.
The Murines were too strong for
tho other combination, nnd that U'n,ns ,;. o 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
all thero was too It. Clark, for tho rj )X!!!;f!o 0 0 10 0 0 2 14'
losers, pitched good ball, striking out 'sncrlflo hits Ouw, (law., nice; left.
no less than clKht men. The man on bnucs. Marines 5, Kallhls 3: double,
from Ewa Is a twliler from tho word plays. Knight to Anderson, Hays nn-
co. and If nrniierlv hacked nn would asslsto.l. 'Clark. to Metcalf to Kalpo;'
have made things very interesting
for tho, half-wets. Thomas, who did
I tho receiving for tho Kallhls, was
JO. K., and. some of"hls work was
cully good. Slmpimid.on first, was
good, as usunl, and tie certainly kept
nn Iho reputation of ilio Fifth Cnv
nlry as ball tossers.
For Ibe Marines, Olbson nnd Wll-
HaniB formodJJio battery, and old ro-
IIhIiIh "Andy held down first.
liiht named iittcnded to tho
nulfii of nn 1-hk tluiii olovon men who
fulled 'to make flint sufoly. Hayes
was brilliant, all the time, nnd his
catching was a treat to watch.
The Marines .,. getting together
In great stylo' and their gamo 13
Improving all the.tlliio; ltlll tuke
a strong'tonm to beat tlvem In tl'ti
I resent eorles.
Tiio bcrond Bumc. between tho '.'.
A. C.s and the J. A. C.s. was u po-
piiiiiip firio uu tii 1 nn uiurr inn 1 111
, ' , 1 ... .,
neso team led off wlth three runs
and looked winners all over. How-
By Hour or Trip. ,
6. C. BeckleyJr.
PHONE 109, , '
one run ahead. The C. A. C.s fallcl
to ncore In their second and then
there wns nothing doing for a couple
In the fifth the C. A. C.s ninde one
run and tied the score. The rooting
of the fans was something to bo mnr
eled at then. However, the Chi
nese had about nhot their bolt,, and
tho J. A. C.s making two In the,
eighth nnd again a couplo In the
ninth, won easily by a score of 'J
John I.o, who' pitched up till llio
ninth, got huffy with' the catcher
trnd said that that individual wai
nni nlvlni. Iiln, alirnnlv Inhn tv.ill.
..vh c.v .if, (). a.b.KKo. wu... nu.n-
ed off tho field and Ah Pul flnlshc-1
up the game.
There were a numberlof errors !u
the game, and tho class of ball .was
not very good. Still tho excitement
inn high and tho game was enjoyed
by the fans. The Japanese section
of tho crowd put In some fine 1IcI:j
In J.he rooting line, nnd their Joy
wns8 absolute when tho "Japancso"
team wan. The J. A. C. team, lb :
mixed one, nnd there urc only two
sons of Nippon on It. Vamashlro
and' Wakltn, the twain of, Japanese,
Loth made n run and upheld the, liun.
or of the land of tho chrycAntheniuui.
The parade prior to the ball, gumes
was a big affair, and thei line of
march was crowded wlthi spectators.
Chief I. ?(!, handed tho' pageant and
wns followediy eight policemen, vtho
Miivor.oMnloP- fijiii: lind' tho tho
wholo 01 I he otffu League itcaina.
Tile Hawaiian ' Ifahd wns on. docX
too.-nnd' Captain IfrrgeT gave sonm'
line selections ,1'urlns the march.
U)on arrival nt lholBjounds, A. K.
Vlcrrn Int-oducrd Mayor Kern to itu
crowd,, and then Major. Long took
hold of a but. ami, getting his ejn
onto, a spit balfthat .(ho Mayor
threw Id.' Mvatted a foul.; On a sec-
ond attempt, the Major, fanned, but
hit tho noxt-delivery way down the
field and was cheered fer 'the tpe'r-
The opening day of tho new
grounds; and at the sumo time of
tho Oahu l.eaguo turned out tb be a
grcnt success, and II proves that
pcopTc will pay moderate prices to
see baseball In comfort. The ven-
turc seems to havo made good, nnd If
11 little, kick be allowed the press a
few words will be (n order. N
The- press box Is comfortnblo
enough) but Is not. placed In the
UVlllSII. 41 IIIU I,lna lUIIIO V,W M,
rectly behind the catcher everything
could be seeu and the pleasure of the
The official scores of tho two
games follow: ' ,
n"s 1 0 0,0 0.(1 2 1 4,
n- 'V''"',.'?,?,,0,, ' '
" - f by CIark 8 mnca on
,.,, - nl, ' ,. wm,i ,,up,p. niv.
hll l, iilnhnp imvlu Knlnl. ulrtmic
Hrm 'cinrk; passed balls. Williams t(
Thoniuu 2. Umpire. Ed Fernandez.
Scorer ti. Jackson. Tlmo of game, .1
hour It minutes. ", ,. ,.,
' J- A-' C. r , .,
., 4 , J '
jj jj "' "'....'.. j 4 l o 0 0 f 2 08
V. A. U.
-- l 2345 B 789.
It t rt li ft 1 ft l li ft 1
JJ. II 0 0 0 0 t 0 00 01
Threc-b.iko hits. J. floss. Plckard;
to bane lilts. F, I.unlng; sacrlflco hits,
Plckard: ert on bai-es, J. A. C. 6 C. A.
j. .g Flores 2! innings pitcher, by
.1, i;(i8l.3 Ah Pul 2-3: hits, off J.' Io
9 off Ah Pul 0; h) ruck out. J. I.o 3,. Ah
Pul n; Iloros. 13; wild pitch. J. Lo 2.
Flores 1: passed balls. Junlfig 2, Chel
lull . . uoipiru, uii. r tfiirjuuiiA. ocup
" v jacKKin. Time or game. 1 hr,
The Liultiinu llaseball Team de
rented the San Antonio bunch of
itniH by a scoie of 18 to 13 at Kupl
olunl Pnrk yesterday. It was a pood,
H'tspuv irnnie anil v;iik ,walched by 11
big itowiI (if fans.
BULLETIN ADS PAY'
'Ji Bill. ,
uly 25! Marines vs. C. A. C.
July i!Bj K. A, C. v. J; A, C,
July 25 Ewn vs. Aloa.
. (Btar Theater)
July 24. Sullivan vs.
Juy 24: McColtough vs.
Wahllnnl and other bouts.
July' 24: Oahu vs. ,
, , Fifth Cavalry".
Aug. 1: Mclnerny Cup.
July 24: -.Ulshop.ft Co.. vs.
Davis & Co.
' July 31': 11. C'J. vs.
Games At Aa!a
Although the Athletic. Park drew
the major part of the Sunday base
ball fans, a respectable sized crcwyt
attended the' games at Aula P.ii-k.
And tho faithful Riverside fans wcrj
rewarded by seeing two snn.ipv
games', 'the first of which, between
tho 'Shatters and Kownloo, ending In
favor of tho former team ty a stotu
of 4 to 2.
Tho second gamo was between thi,
Aulas and Pitlamus and, was won by
the rormer teani, 5, to 3. The o.T
clal scores of both games are' ns fol
lows: SIIAFTPIIS. '
i 2 3 i ; r. r 8 3
Huns i;,.,,,.,!i 0 0 li U 1 04
D. II, ..;,....... 2 ti in o l o i os
1. 2 3 4ti 6 7 8 9
nufts '.....0 0 0 if 10, 0 1 02
p., ,11 ..l 10 2 1 O'O 0 05
Two-baio hits. Ellis Oonol A. Sou
" :co: - P h'- . l "jl1 "'l
, ',n.pl,i. 2: .n'eriffre hit: Holoun.
rimo of game I'hour 3E minutes. Urn-
pro, a. TownzciiJ. Scorer, W. Tin
Su? .'." '1 0 12 10 10 0 C
' ' "'""p'i.,AMA8
v 1234507 8 9
nuns ,. 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 11 11
B. H. '. 1 1 0 0 1 5,0 0 19
Two bao hits. H. Crtllllugworth 1J
shn.BHtlerAylott;. bases on balls, off
scHamco J. or imw i, on 1 ai 1,
"r "p'a!j"h, '3. wiij puch. Paaluhl!'
RBp,i i,nii 'Jnonli- sacrlflen lilt Ki-
wa; double plays Desha tb Llmaliema:
I.lmahema to Duller. Tliho of gamo, 1
r hour '0 minutes. Umpire, A. Williams.
Scorer. W. Tin Chong.(
rtivers.oe u.sgiie ,onDjn8.
3 1.000 '
t tt U
Company "G" Wins
There was a, fine game of ball at
Lellehua on Saturday afternoon,
when Company O of Fort Shatter
went to the home of tho Fifth Cavul-
ry an(l httnd1 lhem ,holr,, to tho
,uno "' i t0 2l
This latest victory of the Shatter
boys gives them the proud title of
champion of all the company teams
f Hawaii. Saturday's game was
the deciding one In the series, nnd
the O boys are very elated over their
McCall, than whom thero Is not a
harder worker on .tho baseball dla,-
mqnd, did ' excellent 'work for his
, side, and on third Is as good as any
Dolun ond namtjoy did tho pitch
ing for the' winners, and Ilatemn'n
tho catching. For tho losers Miles
iin'rt Dell formed tho 'battery,, and
they did good work, too. When the
Military League starts up again, tho
I)Ul,n0 wl ue 8Urpr80d to see how
mucn tb(, 8i,BrterH have Improve'd,
?,- they shou.d'do 1, bettor il.
lho noxt series than .they did In tho
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