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EVENING UULLCTIN. HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, AUGU8T 2, 1909.
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PUT IT OVER CHINESE ATH1ETS IN GOOD, SNAPPY GAME.
OAHU LEAGUE STANDING.
but It was called a foul to the great
anger of the Chinese, nnd was tho
Pet. subject of much discussion by the
.600 Fifth Downlo and Woods were
.333 struck out nnd then Rico made a
.333 safe hit to center field and then
n... ii. .!...., ... ole second. Joslah then made a
.... uiira vi.uu.uim ,,1-uuib m,u ,,,, ,,
Kallhls 4.... 3 2
J. A. C : 3 2
Marines , 3 1
C. A. C 3 1
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t We now carry a full line of low-priced furniture and
invite your inspection.
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for admlsslo nto the Athletic Park h. . ,. " .,,' . v.
1 ,..i,in ..-.i .1,. .... ... -i. brought Rice home, making the Ka-
;;; I, "'' "k, :. .1" :,""' hU three up. Modcraft was caught
nghtlng It out on the diamond.
The grand stand was full up, and
the bleachers were a scene of root-
nrai n nmntinn it luiiinlmf trxrtrt tAaA
In for the games, and a contingent . " y J'
fro mEwn was on hand to watch
their champion, Clarke, do his pitching.
A.c.enry, w.o new umpire, raaae er nowcvcri for ,ne chinamen with Blln8.10ll nml Ulc.r errors were
. 7 . . . """' crnii unu Anurcws ai tniru ana sec- Tim nfliMni rnr wn
nil rli-ht nnil nnn li. fata Inln hlo . ... ... "O OniClBI SCOTO WUS
. . 1 V onu respectively, ana Aioses was
ktrlde should do well. caught out by Becond baBcman Ah
The blgNcrowd present was kept paUi
moused unu me excuemcni ran Ah p.,, ...,- nil( ., fl.
out by En Sang at first base.
Ah Sam was ou tat first from
field by Pitcher Clark. En Sang
was struck out and Ah Pul was out
Sixth Mcd'cratt was badly miss
ed from a high fly to left field by
Hong Chack and made two bases.
This was made up for a moment lat-
Secretaries or other author-
tzed representative!! 'uf clubs
ure asked to send In list of
evonts, scheduled by them, tb.it
they may be Included In the
program. Address all corumu-
nlcatlons to tbt tiportlng Kill-
tor, livening Bulletin.
Aug. 8: J. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
Aug. 8: K. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 7: Diamond Heads vs.
Aug. 8: Ewn vs. Walanae. ,
Aug. 14: Punahou vs.
Aug. 7: Practice.
"Aug. 2: Wall Cup.
, Aug. 8: Mclnerny Cup.
Aug. 14: 8ulllvnn, vs. Cordell.
iiign ni limes. 100 arrangements piph-P r.,nPi .. fli. nn,i ,.. -.,..
nt the park were perfect, and
numbered seats helped a lot
placing spectators where they
cd the hopes of he C. A. C.s with a
1 2 3 4 C
nuns 0 0 0 0 0
from nn .ir- . n n n n n
J. A. C.
, . - - - -" - - 1 2 J 1 u
'" dandy wallop to left field for two Runs 3 0 2 0 0
vv doits, ntiri wlipn tin RtnlA third nnd ,.,. .xnn.nAvn
longed. The first game was a snap- only one nmn u0 the chlnamen "a n s j V Anderson- Mt
py one and the Kallhls deserve maUe some nolse. siB chong could 0n ta" J A fTtorln B- 1
r efof(rtcoa nBt,,oc-A-c-s-y.noi rvir, for,lne wa? if ".bWiS't'ii.iii
U Biuit UI O IU 1. . b.., l0hn 1. Wlh gaf. hit to r. ,.,. - ,..-u. . . ... .
j The Kallhls ere somewhat lucky rlgt fle1d brought Hong Chack goVfea? 1" knlht7 tan on
I to win for the Chinese put up a home amidst great Chinese entbuil- balls ott Flores lt.ott Knlght 2( off
?' , ,, , . r.7 . 7i. . """""' uv "ll uuu Hlnes 3j Btruck out, by Fores 0. by
ly fell down at critical moments, this closed the Inning. u-i,. , i. m . ,t 1,., i..i..
J For the winners Clark pitcher a Seventh A bad throw from er. Ross:' nassed balls. Williams 4.
?nzrzrizaze irr r . cirk --..'" -1 - ,.
....... , .... ,..,. DOgB( uul AKnnn maae up Wlln a jIlneg 2. Umpire, McHcnry. Scor-
effective game behind the diamond.
smart field and Mallkn walked back er, N. Jackson.
Shoppard was. badly missed In the to the bt)nclli Wood8 wag out at
lctnrs tonnl. nntl Ihprn ,1tn tint . ... . . . . ... .
' . . . nrsi. nice roi nis nose on Dans onu a I vsrri . 1
seem the samo go about them ns JoB,ah got two ,,ag8 on an error by AaUS WhltCWash
iBl ouuuuy. m v,uine,e were uu- Ah' Pul.'l Tlls filled tho bases, and.
lucky In the first Innlug. when the anolher IBCOrS B0(,me(, ,w,nent when1
ball was lost under the band stand En Sang. C01Ig,lt ateB nt flrat and
from a hit by Medcraft nnd the BaTed th situation.
ntitlnalnn r t It a Prtlnnsn Aanlnln lot I
t i n-i.1- o.w .J, Mm. Ahnni Et l'ls baB0 on
Alohas 12 to 0
There were two games of ball at
balls. Aala Park jestcrday, nnd much to1
A on 9 vatnc riill ,nt Nubl tmtm.l fe n
wt In in IO tUa frtncrnf rtiit nt lm M " " "fc ""' fiverVlindl fH Rlt mrlflt t lift ft POO Till ffOmfi
Chinese nnd gae the victory to tho ,.e1,n't to make n1")u,blc, ,,y ''"B turned out In favor of the Aalas by
KallhlB. t .. u kcuiiu, liiura. 1.11 ouiib a BCore off 12 to 0. The Alohas
dters handed the former Riverside
champions' theirs to tho tune of 7
to 3. ,
A fair-sized crowd attended tho
, u niuiu iji, i lu v, 1110 iiiuuua
irnt nlH 1 iia thrmipli nn prrnr l,v .. . . .... .
Thn following Is the detail of the .;:J"..J, 7 ."..'" '"" ' eouiu not maKe a Bomary run anu
iramnJiv nnlncs" . fu"""' """ AB . l the result was whitewash galore,
iiuru. iv'iunese score Euemeu bui e. n. ,i... . ....... ui... .
Klrst-Rlce was first up for the but Ah Pul and Ah Pau both fell at 8hafteri and PalamaB ,n tbo ,.
K tillhlo hut Hi rt tint lnar lnntr Itnlnf Am! ,,..! M,n atA ,ia .. i '
""i m . ivi,oi vo iitot'uiiu ijiiu niue nun uuv,
caught? o ffthe third ball at first , E.hth Medcraft rml.l th nonnl.
jbase by En Sang. Joslah was tj, br t(.)llB to nl) two bags on
I caught nt third base by Akann, and n.i.a i,lt tn ilcht flnld nn,t wn
",n it, l? a:v, refi"i lo:,i - mm eames. , although .hp.r -
out, nnu aioses was out ui nrst. lain drove moat of tho fans away
Hong ChacU was Struck out while for a short time, the. attendance was
Sing' Chong went to first on eiror good considering 'the counter uttruc-
by Dates. John Lo wus (caught In tlons.
left Held', while off the same hit Sing The Aalas have won every game
Chong was caught at second. they have played In the series and
Ninth ciark was caught by Sing now lead wit ha percentage of 1.000.
Chong. . Mlllka made his base, and The Alohas, who have won four out
second tn the com-
Sing Chong and John, Lo were got )ka nt and shatterg Kewal'og aro tllr(, wh
a: :".""T."' ... I'.. ... should have been out at first, but .400 each.
, . , IToTi i o. the bad decision called him safe and The Pnlaroas have only won one
u beautiful double' play was spoiled, game out of six pluycd, and stand on
The umplre'came In for severe crltl- the .100 mark.
clsni'iitier this! ' No kertous results. The olllclnl scores of both game?
Starts Monday, Aug. 2nd
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New shipment just arrived by the Alameda.
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Corner Kin ; and Bethel Streets.
First Round of
Wall Cup Played
Play -for the Wall Cup tourna- Five of tho palls to rcprercnt Hono-
ment started on Saturday, and sonic- lulu ngnlnst Maul on tho Viiiincno ten-
cry Interesting games were played nB courtB have been selected, and
off. The match between Lowrcy tney uro rullowa: V, H. Sttcre and
and Forster was about the best of c n Henicnway, A. R. Cunlm and V.
the day. Roth men played a safe, l, Warren. It. 'A. Cooko and V. C. Ath-
steady game, and some of their citon. Captain Low and I). W. Anilur-
strokes were renlly good. son. John Watethouso and C. O.
Three sets were plnjed In tho llockus.
I)wrey-Forstcr match, and the tally Tbese fle pnlrs aro about as strong
. ... .,.a . ,o , ,, , n, as (is Is and can turn out. and they
of games stood at 19 to 17 in the Bm(,ly n)ko ,lu 1)r,(lu ()f
formers favor nt the end. ,,ar Ulelr boat ,r ,llcy want t() whli
Gee defeated Lieut. Moses two Qno more pair is to bo chosen and
sets straight 0-3, 0-4, nnd the for- at preri'iit Page Is euro to niako thu
mer showed that he Is In excellent vtrlp; his paitner Is not et known.
ornl Tho I'uunn.iu players aro practicing
, L."warren did not put In an ap- I'""' "" o Betting Into flnu coiull,
. .i .if...i,.H t n I tlou. They Intend keeping tho cup nt
,........ ..v.-U..v- . ... . tj,0 ,,, nj ,, p3;.j..1)!0i an(1 (J,,, sll.
liuuill. im luiiiuii uvmivii ,ii.iti:t)ii'-
ter field and went to first. Med-
ciaft got; ullno wallop over to the
band stand, and the ball rolling un
derneath, ho and Dates came In for
two runs. Andicws was out ut
Hi st fiain n good Held by Ah Pau.
Hong Chndc wus (list up for tho
C. A. C s, but was soon disposed of
el and Macnuley went 3-0, 0-2, 0-4
to the latter.
The piny throughout the after
ors nil) Imo lft put up a good class
of tennis to v. In.
'Hid Honolulu tonm will le:no town
on FilJay, August 13 they are n guini
noon was good and borne of the ral-lt to hnvo such a combination of
11pm worn niBt dims. This nfleinoon ""' ""'" " i""j ui, . j
tho touinamont will be continued
nnd the following lu the dinw:
ut fl.st base by a field from Pitcher jj h , ,
rJM,? ':,81.,I,?',T,? inJr; cl-lo. From a hit by Woods. Ml- petition with .606.
by a field of Ah Pul to En Sang
Clnrk was struck out, and then
Downlo mado a two-base hit. It
wus of little uall, however, for Ml
was of little Mftil. however, for Ml- , ,, . wa , t werp r
I l;a was sttuck out by Pitcher Ah cn( base' and ,he Mq , , , , i
j Chi Ilul was out at first by a
good field from Joalnli, while Akane
vnd Ah Sam weio struck out.
I Third Rice was caught In left
field by Hong Chack. Joslah was
, caught by John Lo In light field,
while Ilntcs was next caught by the
J Kn Sang was out at first by field
fiom Pitcher Ah Pul. Clark, Ah
Pul and Ah Pau were struck out.
C 0 7 8 9
Chi llul was run out at (list. PALAMAS.
Akana shared fi similar fate and Ah Runs 1 1 0 1 0 0
Sum was out to a lino running catch Unse hlts..l 3 0 0 0 1
nioi nlng rnd afternoon, Tho Oahu
bunch will iptuni to town on Stuidn)
nml It will not hp tholr fault' If tlm
Lowrey vs. I. Hurd nt I p. m.; W. beautiful cup dots nut let urn with
L. Whitney s. K. L. Sinclair at t' bin.
In light field by Mlllka.
The olflilal Score was:
1'2 3 4 S 0
Runs 2 O'O 0 1 0
11.180 hits . . 2' 1 0 1 2 0
C. A, C.
1 i 3,4 S'O
ii.!-,. n A n n n i
rouith Medcraft vtartcd out well , ,,i)1 '' i. , J
. .... ,...,i,.i , ,.. .. ,.i. I'aso hits ..000102
iwi nit; iaiiiii iiy iuuiwuk u caiu nib
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 9
Runs ,,,...01110202 7
8 9 Huso hlts.,0 2 2 0 0 3 13 11
0 03 Two-bse lilts, Kama, Ramsey 2,
1 1 8 Yager, Sills; bases on bnlls, off Paa-
luhl 2, oft Ramsey 4; struck out, by
8 9 il'aaluhl 3, by Ramsoy 8; wijd pitch,
0 ol Ramsey; passed ball, Strauss; sccrl-
1 04 flee hits, Klwa, Fllaer. Time of
Home run, Medcraft; two-base game, 1:25, Umpire, Aylott. Scor-
u .-: n ::z r m-mw. ?, ... w. t. cog.
iChatk hnd been caught by Med-
ciaft. Sing Chong nuulo a safe hit
to light Held and stole second. John
I.o was out at first, hut ndiancod
Slug Chong to third. Tho China
men were on tiptoes to see u run
t.'ir-i-lni.., Iiltiti Mllllmn. .T. 1 ( lnfl nn AI.OHAR
pose, however, for Andicws was ,, ,:., r 7 .. . ., , , r
.... ,i. i- , a u i... m..k. '.I. bases, Kullhls, 7,.. A. C.s 5 double 1 2,3 4 B 6 7
caught In center field by Pltchor Ah . ,. '.. ' . . , ,. ', ., . . n.. n a n a a
,,... phi), Ah Pul unasi stedj lit by Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
,.. r-hinA vrii. I'ltthod ball, Che But; bases on balls, Ilaso hlts..O 0 0 0 10 2
n thU Inning after Hohg P1 1' "" AA"aui " ot. AALAS
hnd been caught by Med- .i' ? hLa : "aBsed balls' .. . ? ? 1 ? ? ! 9 . ..
CM llul 2. Time of game 1:20. nuns 4 2 ,0 0 0 1 0 5 12
Umplie, Mcllen,iy,. Scorer, N.; Juck- Uase lilts.. 4 4 0 0 1114 15
ton. . Two base hits, Townsend, Kupa,
' I Desha, Medcraft, II. Moses 2; bases
The second game at the Athletic on balls, off Yup 1, oft Townsend 0,
tl,. .1. ,...i,t...il.. JW I u ltf HfnJnanft 1 lum&t ..t 1... T.F.. ..
come In, but, though Chi llul was '"", ""'," ," '"'""' , BUU, " ;" 1 i ', , . "' '?
struck nnd went to first, Akana wa.s fo- "' Jlanese Athletic Club walk- 0 by Townsend 2, by Medcraft 4;
btruck out and their hoped we?e cl u" 0-V'- the Marines and won by bit by pitcher, Franco, Townsend;
dashed. On the Inst named second ? Bl,"e nt 6' "' .H0"8 waB back sacrifice hit, Rico. Time of game,
ball he imulo a fine hit to right fluid,
in the box for the J, A, C.s and this
1:30. Umpire, Aylctt.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C Beokley, Jr.
buuiiitd to give (he team more confi
dence, and they iUie'0 consistent
lull jill tfiiough. The MailncJ hud
tuveral changes. Gibson did not
pilch jejteidiiy, and they stalled out
with Knight and In tho fourth In- Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth is
nlng changed him for Hlnes. The now in charge of L. B. KERR &
fielding of tho Marines was ory CO.'S TAILORING! DEPARTMENT
4:30; D. W. Anderson vs. C. tl.
llockus nt 4:30; Geo vs. Ilooth at
5:00; Cuptaln Low vs. Macnulay at
8 n 1
Golf At C)un!ry
A few of tho golfoia Intcicsted In
tho McIttPinv cup went out to tho
Country Club yesterday and plu)ed
their iintLhes. Aiivuit 15 has been
set foi tho limit ditto on which uny
(wo can pi iv orf their match. Should
ijny pi iyor fill to play his gamo his
oppomnt vill bo cousldeicd tho win
ner Tho follo'Aliv; aro tho drawings:
First lound: M. A. Robinson vs. A.
Evsart F. W. Klolnhn vs. J, C, Evuns,
Geo. H. Angus vs. A. F. Judd. II. C.
Carter vs Jas. D. Dougherty. Emll J.
Wnlerman vs. E. N, Cnmpbpll, H, H.
Walker s. C. A. Hnrtwell, J. K. Ka
lanlanrole vs. Win, Janilesou, C, 11.
High h. C. K. ICdinuiiils, Haiold Glf
ford x. J. D. Mclnerny.
Tho second round will ba as fol
lows. Abovo are mentioned nlno
matches. Each of these twosomes
havo till Augiibl 15 In which to play
off. Should any of them fall In lay
Off, tho second names In cicli c iso
will bo cnnsldeiod as nliineiB '"
It Is up to flist names to nnaiigu the
Thu ulpnor of number mi' match
will , play tho winner of nunibir two
and bo 011 until the winner of number
nlno mutch will play Wm. Simpson
and the rest of tho byes will enter tho
second round ns lliusly: W. hobo vs.
O. Borcncon. H. A. Walkor vs. C.
Weight, G. R Carter vs. J. O. Young.
Captain Campbell vn. Jas. F. Fenwlck,
Frnncls Brown vs, S, G, Wilder. J. II.
Flddos vs. F. Monro, J, A. Wilder vs.
V. E. Athoitou 8. Hem (linorn vs D. W.
Anderson. A, W T.lui)or vs B. A. Mott
Smith. It II. Ilooth b. T. am, P. II,
Armstrong vs A. C. Robinson,
Owing to the capsizing of tho Ini
the race foi tho sinill boats Inside flic
haibor wns not sailed )esteiday.
Tuo Maul peoplo aro looking for
ward to the visit of tho Honolulu con
tingent, and will, as usual, gho tho
visitors the llmo of their lhes He-
tiles tennis matches nnd luaiis, tho
tiavilors will lie tiealed to a d moo at
thu club hmne and that fcaturo U al
ways onu of thu most pluasuit of 11 ,
tilp to Puunene.
it :t tt
5 an Antonio?
Out at Kaplolani Part cstoiday
moinlng tho.o wna a good gumo of
baseball when tho I.usituna team du
featod tho Sun Antonio hunch by a
icniu of 22 to 11.
Tho teaniB wero composed of offi
cers of both the societies mid a big
ciowd of tht suppoiters of tho two
nines turned outlo root for their fav
orites. Tho gamo wan full of excitement
nnd the iiiiih wuiu bolug scuied all
tho tlmo. A total of 33 rmu Is gnlni;
borne foi sine, mid tho fans weie al
ways on the jell for men 0. Another
game will bo played In tho near fn
turo and,thoAntoiilos Intend turning
llio tables on their opitanents next
n tt n
.The' A loam of tho Chluoso'MliKii
League del ted tho lis by 11 scoio of
3 to 2 ) estnrday In a game or ball lb it
wtiB plti)cit on tho oil tank giounds.
Thero was a swimming rnco at tho
Walklkl Inn )csterday nRornonn nnd
tfcu usual big crowd of bitlieia weio
on hand to watch the ovont.
Additional Sports on Pape 6
INVENTORY TURNED OVER.
Mayor Fern Saturday signed and
tuined our to Abscssor Wilder a com
plete Invcntoiy of all piopeily belong
ing to tho Tonltnry, lu tho hands of
tlio city nnd county, which list was.
called for suiro llmo ago; "
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