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K KNINU IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, JULY 2(1, 1909.
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FLIGHT OF ORVILIE WRIGHT
WASHINGTON, July 24. Orv le WrlKlit tnilur surpassed nil of
his previous performances with his n oroptnne. The preliminary Hints
huvo now hecn completed, nnd tho official Rnvortitiicnt teat will ho held
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l.lc'iteutints Lolini ninl Foulols of the United Slnfes army, an- making
flights with tlm Wright brothers In their tests of the iuplane at, Fort
Myor, It will l. rememhcied that at tho las, g.ncinuient tests of tho
machine Lieutenant Selfrldge of tho Signal 'CorpJ ".m killed. He was In the
machine wlth.Onllle Wilght when a win became mlnimled in Hit propeller,
ami the' aeroplane dashed to the ground. SelMrigM win killed Instantly,
and Orvlllo WrlKlit Buffered a fracture of the Wfy Orvllle. who had not been
In the nvrnplntiu since tho accident, piloted It Ifi the recent government
lilRhtK. Til in photograph of l.leutenantH t.ahni and Foulols was taken 'at tho
Fort Slyer testing groumlB. The man on the lelt Is Lieutenant Lahni.'
AT ATHLETIC PARK
MARINES GO DOWN IN DEFEAT T 0 C. A. 0. TEAM KALIHIS PASS
THE LEMON TO THE J. A. C. TEAM BY A SCORE OF 13 TO 2
BIG ATTENDANCE OF FANS AT GAMES.
In n Riinio of fast hall tho Chlncso got a safe one In center. field. Ah
Athletic Club defeated tho United Pan stole second and Hpng Chack
States Marines at tho Athletic Talk sacrificed and let him to third. -Sing
yesterday afternoon by u scuro ot ChonR got Ills' baso and stolo second,
lour i tins to three. and tho excitement was then at
The Chlncso butted first, and fever pliie.. for a good wallop from
when they enmo away with two John Lo "would brine two men In.
inns In the opening Inning and fol- .Mas for tho Chlncso hones. ,Lo made
lowed this up with ono In tho sec
ond, whilst they maddened tho
.Marines, tho crowd went crazy. This
steadied down tho Marines, and thoy
gained one run In tho next Inning
and one In the fourth.
(Sood play on both sides kept tho
game gulng, and no further scoring
look plaro cu either sldo until tho
clRhth Inning, when tho Marines
got ono more and tied 'tho score.
The excitement was Intense, and tho
Chlncso funs could not keep
a weak,: hit to second bale and tho
Tho Murines were easily gotten
lid of in this last Inning. William
and Thomson both fell at first. Ma
l.ln made his baso through an error
by short stop, hut Hayes was out
from a beautiful catch In left field
by Hong Chack.
In tho second gamo Knllhi defeat
ed tho Japancfo Athletic Club by a
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their .one-sided and iinlntornKtliifr rmm
i spectator's point of view. Tho Japs
iwero under strength, bolng without
their two usual pitchers. Drier
, pitched the first Inning lu a dls-
, Kiaiciui wuy, imiini oDtaluluc no
beats anil were hollering for all tlrey
wero worth to their champions to
make n run.
Tho Chlncso responded to the
cries fit their supporters, and when
an mi ,uii man up, mniiatu saio rewer than .six runs, Yamashlro
hit to center Held and n minute or patched tho remainder of tho game,
so later Btolo second, Chinese yells , 0 pitches a very fair glimc, but Is
lent the air. Kn Sang sacrificed and j very erratic. In tho sixth Inning
Ah Fill got to third. When All Fail. Liming was sick perhaps of the
next man up, got a safe hit to ecu- way runs wero piling up and re
fer field Ah Fill canio home, and tlroil from the game. Iloss went be-
tnero was no ling tho Chinese , hind tho diamond and played n much
fans, but, alas, there was no more ninro effective gamo than Lunlng
bcorl''B' ! bail been doing. Wnklta took third
en the Murines started on ' haso In place of Ross, and Smith
their ninth Inning, a hush fell on went to tenter field in place ot Wa
tho field, only biokcn by tho cries ot kltu.
a few MarlneH, hut when the Ma-
lines weio gotten rid of with no
ncorlng It was like puudenmulum let
louse. The fans rushed on the Held
and clasped the victors round the
neck, shook hands and chattered like
wlhl beings, And well they might,
for they gained a Victory of which
I hey could be proud, There weie
very few on the held at the outset
who did not anticipate anything but
u Marino victory, and the lesult
came us u pleasant surprise.
In the ninth Inning Ah i'ul got a
safe hit lo eenler Held, ninde flni
a ml stole second, being missed by
Anderson, when he also stole third.
En Sang was out at first, but Ah I'au
.., UK ... i'Xu.iil--iic kn.tjUsk-i .-'ttl
The following are tho official
scores ot tho games:
J. A. C.
1 2 .1 4 fi (i 7 8
Ituns '.I ..',.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
llase hits.. 0 0 10 0 0 0 0
' '" I 2 3 4567S9
Ituns ,t,,,IIOO MM! -13
llase hits . . I 0 I) I It 2 1 0 It
Two base hits. Stioh, llutler, Kua-
Iwalnul; sccrlllce hits, Shroh, Dates.
ZpiIip. Wakltn; leU on 'bas.es, Kallhl
12. J.' A. !. ; luung pitched, by
Krii'i' I. hits 1, runs 0; Yamashlro 8.
lits 10; charge defeat to Drier; has
cs on balls, by .Drier e, Yumashlro 4,
Clark I; struck put, by Drelcr 1, Ya
mashlro 2, Clark 11; wild pitch,
Drelcr 1, Yamashlro 3, Clark 1; hit
by pitcher, MoSea; passed balls, Lim
ing 4, Shrppard 1. Time of game,
ltftO. Umpire, Kd FerhahtlM. Scor
er, N. Jackson.
C. A. C.
1 2 3 4 ft 6 7 8 0
nuns 2 I 0 0 0 0 P O'l 4
llase hits.. 2 3 0 1110 0 311
U. S. M. C,
1 2 3 4 ft ,6 7 8 9
Utin 0 110 0 0 0 103
Itiifio liltx..O 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0-- 4
Two base hits, En- sing,,Glbon;
nncrlUce hits, I'n Bang (2), Oaw;
loft on be, C. A. C. 8, V. 8..M..C.
8; double plays, Asam to Rn Sang.
Thompson to Williams; bates oft
balls, off Ah Pill' l'; wild pitch, Ah
Put 1, Gibson 2; struck out, by' Ah,
Put 8, by Glbdon 6; Time ot game,
1:13. Umpire, Kd Fernandez., Scor
er, N. JackFon. Attendance,. 2,900.
Two Great Garr.ci
By Rivet? Idcrs
There were two' games of ball at
Aala Park yesterday In connection
with the Itlvcrsldo league. Tlioltorlo!
Is at a very IntercKtlng stagejust now.
and although tho Aala are Itmdlng
with n percentage of 1.000, the Alohas
are close behind with -.800. The Kowa.
los arc thltd with .400 and Shatter and
Palamns bring up the rear wllh per
contages of .250 and .290 respectively.
Tho Alohas yesterday deleatdd the
Shatter hy, a score of 9 to 2, and the
Kewals handed the Palamas theirs, by
3 to 2 . Doth gardes were, good, to
watch a8 there was something doing all
tho time., A. much larger crowd at
tended than the previous Siindny, and
the rooting -was Aotxl. The official
cores were ns follows: i .
1 1 34 5 f, 7 8 9
nuns 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0,02
n. ii. , 1 0 0 t 2 1 1 0 0 c
1 2 3' 4 u I! 7 8 9
Ituns 0(000040 9
II. II 0.3 2 d 0 I 2 1 9
Two-base hits, Kills 2, Gougol, Xka
na, Townscnd; home run. A. Akani;
bases on halls, off Dooliih I, oft llincs
4; struck out, hy Dolilun 3, hy n'amsey'
0. by illnes 3; hit by pitcher, Gongnl
Kalpo; passed ball, Brtth; sacrifice hit;'
Lenin; double plays, lllhes to Town-'
send, lxvmn unassisted. Time ot game.
1 hour 25 minutes. Umpire, A. Wil
liams. Scorer, W. Tin Ch'ong.
123 4 66789
Ituns 0 10000 10 02
D. H 2 2 1 5 0 2 2 0 09'
Hiius 0 1 00 0 0 0 2 3
D. II 1 Q'ljS 10 12 9
Two-banc hits., Kualll, Doli, A..
Joseph,, M. Joseph; bases on balls, off
Dole 1; struck-out.jby Dolo 8, by Fteit
as 9; hit hy pitcher, Medolros; sacrifice
hit, Freltar; double pU'y," M. Joseph un
assisted. Time of gamo; 1 hour 35 min
utes. Umpire, A. Williams. Scorer,
W. Tin Chong.
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Hilo Teani Wins
Thp last game of ball for the locat
championship was played at Mon-
heau Park last week Sunday between
tho Moohcau and the Hllo teams.
The .Hllos started out like eaBy
winners, but In the eighth Inning.
during a rain squall, the Mooheaus
canio through with no Ices than six
runs, which put them one run to
The Hllos evened things up again
In their half ot the ninth, and from
thcnuntll the twelfth, when they
managed to work across the winning
run, there was nothing doing on
The game was ono, of tho most ex
citing ever played In Hllo, and while
only one team could win, both de-'
served a victory from the article of
ball put up. It has been said that
thcro Is no team In Hllo .'that could
play an uphill game, but after the
exhibition put up by the Mooheaus
In this game, It Is to, bo hoped that
this has been dlsproven. ' y
Lyman, the Iljlo shortstop, play
ed big league ball In tils position
nnd hit the ball ha id and often.
Drown caught bis usual excellent
game, and let nothing get away
from him. Kealoha.'the Hllo pitch
er, held the Mooheaus safe until the
almost fatal eighth, when they
touched him up a ,blt. ':'
Old Stonewall Sol did his duty, at
first, accepting 17 chances without
For the losers Shelden played n
brilliant game at short, accepting
no less than eloven chances at this
Vannatta was there at covering
tho ground around the seco'nd base,
and cut oft at least two hits which
would have won the game.
Kid Desha fielded ,nls position In
great shape and helped his team out
with the stick.
The score In detail was as' fol
ABRBHSB O A
Lytuan. n 6 1 4 1 3 4
Easton, 2b 5
Kenloha, t, p. ,,.!i
Kealoha, J rf, ...0
Anakalen, H., fit. ..(!
Todd, cf.M 6
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Totals 8 14 .1 33 IS
Tcves out, hit by batted ball.
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Desha, Win., If. ..5
Sheldon, rs, .....5
Vannatta, 2b. . ...C
Dosha, Geo., If. ..5
Tevcs, 3b. ...,...!
Canarlo. lb 3
Hisanaga, ,c. .....S
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Desha, A., p. .,
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-man, A. pcaha. Sacrifice hits, Shel
don,, Easton, D. Kealoha, flrown.
Baso on balls, off Kealoha 2, off
Desha 2. Struck out,, by Kealoha
by Desha 3.
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This game decides tho champion
ship tor the season, the teams stand
ing, as follows:
W,. L. Pet.
Hllo ., .......... 8 2 .800
Mooheau .'. . ,' 6 4 ' ,600
Kanlvi 1 9 .100
In the Junior League the Young
Hllo team finishes first and the rest
no where. There Is one more game
ta.be' played by the Juniors, between
the Young Hllos nnd the Matsushl
mas, but as the Young Hllos have
won every game they have played
so far, the outcome of this game
will probably be as usual. I
The players batting 200 per ccnt
or over In the Senior League follow:
Team. AB. II. Pet.
p. Kealoha II 19 8
G. Desha M
C. II. Lyman ....II
Sol, Anakalea ...11
A. Desha M
J. Kealoha II
G. Manu II
G. Todd r...M & II
J. Kaston 11
A. Doran . .. ...... .N
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II. -8hodon , . .. .M.''-30.
George Desha- of the'
team Is1 In 'receipt ot a letter from
James Ilattle of Maul, Inviting n
team'' from .Hllo to play with tho
Maul-teams on August 14-and'.15.
This proposition meets with th
approval of the Hllo players, and
they arc anxious to make tho trip.
A, picked team from the Hllo
League coAld no doubt give a 'good
account ot themselves against Maul,
and It Is to be hoped that the boys
can make the trip.
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