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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909.
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Wall Cup Goes
To Ntw Men
Play for I lie Wall cup finished In a
blaze of glory an Saturday when U. H.
duo defeated V. U Warren by tl)roo
be Ib to one on tho Ucrvtanla courts.
Tho play of tho two men was mag
nificent and the spectators became
u-ry excited at times. The first set
went to a eo 6-1, but-In the Hccond his
opponent turned tho tables und took
(hu bet to three games. Warren's play
In this set was perfect and his sldo
lino Btiokes a re elation. ""
Gee, lion e or, was not to be denied
and In tho third set he quickly ran the
set to 6-2 In his finor. Warren then
made a fine recovery, und took tho
next two games. Then (leu loosened
up and getting tho haug of tho ball,
took the set C-4,
Tho fourth set was tho longest and
tome very brilliant play was shown by
both men. Cleo, praying in great form,
quickly had (he set 3-1 In his favor
and then got up to 4-2.
Then Wurrcn did somo beautiful
work and pulled up on Oee, who had
got to flo games and mado it Ave all.
With a vantago set to bo played tha
crowd got worked up In great style
unci cveryono settled down In anticipa
tion of a long drawn out set.
fieo, howeor, appeared to havo
something up his sleeve and, playing
In pci feet form, took tho two games
necessary to win tho sot and match.
The whole match was a beautiful
ono to watch, and thero has been no
tennis like It seen for a long time In
theso Islands, Jco, by winning on
Saturday, becomes the holder of tho
Wall cup, which has to be won three
times bofore It can bocome his prop
erty. Tho day was perfect for tennis, and
oery Btroko was watched with keen
interest by tho spectators who crowd
ecl thn grounds.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Fair-Sited Crowd Attends Match and
Play Ii Watched Closely The
Youngsters Show Up Well on
There were several features of In
terest at the Dig League ball game
on Saturday, but the most prominent
thing was undoubtedly the expert'
wuy in whlrh the 'Diamond Heads
handled the ball. It wus a real
pleasuie (o watch ball being plaed
as It should be; the Chilllngworth
brothers, two Fernandez boys, Davis
und tho rest of. the bunch ull put a
vim and go Into the game that was
Although the game was one-sided,
owing to the 1'unuhous being bo
weak, the work of the old-time play
ers showed tbat they only needed
some practice to once more get Into
the best of form.
The fact that the old-timers gut
out on the diamond and did their
little bit to help the national garni
along when It looked about dead
outside of minor league ball, Is ttj
iheerlng, and It III becomes peopl
to tulk of "has beens."
If the older players did not turn
cut, what on earth chance would
lueie be rorMhe. game1 now that tin
Juniors are not allowed to go up am,
I try their luck with the best men
And what Is going to happen It
the minor players do. not get proper
ly on to the game before the present
generation of big league men get
too old to play?
Years ago5 professionals hud to bf
Imported from the coast to gtte the
game a lift and Introduce the new
play. If we have to' depend on (be
States or Australia, the outlook doc4
not look toy bright i ..
The claim made thi't the Juniors,
being amatejirs, cannot compete
against professionals hardly holds
water. When men like Clarence
Cooke, John Waterhouse ,and Mc
Corrlston can be seen playing on the
league grounds It III becomes anyone
to suggest that they do It for a liv
ing. However, the thin end of the
wedge has been Introduced and four
minor league plajers did good work
for the Diamond Heads.
In the very first inning of the Dia
mond Heads thy. sporedhreemps
through the kgeicytfJ1f. CMIllbg.
worth,,',Eddle Kr'nAbclci land Davis
their second, .I.osltu and Sumner .-do
ing me men, men. mere was noin
Ing doing up to the sixth, when tho
Diamonds piled up three runs In
quick order, J, Pernandci, Leslie
and Sumner, doing the scoring, "
The I'unshous could not manage
to make a run, although at 'one
time In the ninth, hen all the 'bas
es were full, they looked like cer
tain scorers. '- -
The Puns took Hedcraft out or the
pitcher's box and substituted Hamp
ton In the sixth, and after that, the
Jewels did not score again. It
would have been better If the change
had been made earlier In the game,
for Medcruft did some fierce pitch
ing In the early stages of the game.
There was a falrrslzed crowd pres
ent and tho Hawaiian band was In
evidence. Tha ground was In good
order, although the grass waa a
trifle long, and It was a, treat to see
ball being played- on the old dla
Two special cars conveyed the
players, press arid .band out to the
league grounds. Ilert Uowers um
pired the game III his best style 'and
L, A. Andrews did the scoring.
The official' score wasaa follows:
DIAMOND HEADS. .
Runs 3 2000300 08
, " FUNAHOUtf.
1234 5, 6789
nuns o o o 0,0 o o ooo
Home rup, Davis; three base hit,
Sumner; two base hit,' K.' Fernan
dez; sacrifice hits, ' Rice, Winne
Marcalllno; stolen bases, Rice 3, E.
Fernandez 2, Davis 1, Soper 2, Ar
cla 3, Hampton; hits oft Hedcraft 7
In 6 1-3 Innings, off Hampton 0 In
3 2-13 Innings; hit by pitcher, Da
vis, Leslie; double plays, Hampton-Hoogs-Marcalllno,
Fernandez; struck out, by Leslie 7,
by Hampton 3; bases on balls, Med
craft S, Hampton 3, Leslie 8; passed
balls, Wlnne 2.
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Chinese Athletics and Japanese
Team Play Twelve Innings, and
Former Wins by 3 to 0 Dark
ness Halts long: Game.
There was n tremendous crowd of
the Athletic Park yesterday after
noon, and the fans were rewarded
with two games of hall that simply
beat anythlnk that has been put up
to far by the Juniors.
The first game between the Chi
nese Athletics and the Jupunese Ath
letics went for twelve Innings, und
It was the former team that scored
hree runs In the twelfth and won
the match, 3 to 0.
Apuu and Chi Hut formed the bat
tery for the C. A. C.s, and excellent
work they did, too. For the Japan
ese, Flores and Ross were the attack,
md they also kept things going In
tyle for their team.
The second game between the Ma
rines and Kallhls had to be aban-
uned on account of darkness after
nineteen Innings had been played,
ml the score standing at 2 for each
Clarke, whdo pitched for the Kali-1
l, had already In the morning done
like duty for the Ewa team in the
,nul gapie of the plantation league.
His Was a remarkable feat, und
In pitching twenty-eight Innings he
"ins put .up a record that will stand
for some time, If hot all time.
Clarke stood the strain remarkably
well, und at the finish of the game
did not look particularly 'done up.
llurK pill'llCfl U winding BUIlip lil
Ewa in tha morntnk, and everyonp
thought he would" iYp.P resj. tof
the reminder flf the day, but n,p. he
aDne'afotr an. (he 'diamond4 In '' the
afternoon nnd,pjtched ija. nineteen
Innings game to a, He!, tip- r " '
the Marines, also did sonty remark
able work, and he never (varied bis
pace ami' head' work right through
the long game.
The game wasa most exciting one,
and the huge crowd stayed with it
until darkness set In.
It was, In the 'first half of the
nineteenth that Kealoha scored a
home run by hitting the''' ball 'over
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JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
ball, Umpire McHcory failed! thV"gimc
off, and' the four thousand spectators'
wended their way homewards.
It was -a never-to-belforiotten
game,andfthe only,thlng'iiil marr
ei) thenar waa the Injury i that oc
curred to catcher AnJersonof! the
Marines, who sustained a, broken
thumb. Ills place wastahep by
Williams,, who, did good work,1 but Is
not as qcqtisamed (to catching 'Gib
son as And.rsoniIs.i ' V1
The Chinese Consul was present,
and he had a number of friends wlh
him. Mcllenry's .decisions were p.
K. and ibis only questionable ver
dict was In a case when he could not
possibly , see the play. The offlolhl
score ls,as follows: - 1
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Runs ooooooooooooooooaox 2
D. II. 000000100110100100 27
U. 8. M. C.
Runs 0000000000000000002 2
D. 8. 0000000001010000001 S
Homo run, Kealoha; two-base hits,
JoBlah, Hays; sacrifice hits, 'Moses,
Lompb, flaw, 81orp, Williams, Thomp
son; left on bases, Kallhltll, Marines
8; doublo play," Joslah to Lemph to
Wood; struck out, by Olbson 22, by
Clark 17; bases on balls, orf Olbson 2
oft Clark 2; hit by pitcher, Woods,
Knight; wild pitches, Olbson 1, Clark
2; passed balls, Williams 3, Moses 1.
Umpire, MeHenry. Scorer, N. Jack
son. Time of game, 2 hours 65 min
utes. Attendance, 38CE.
C. A. C.
1 2 3 4 S C 7 8 8 10 11 12
B. H...0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0' 1 16
Runs .0 00000000 0 0 0 3
J. A. C.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9" 10 11 12
R. 11. ..0 0 0 1 I 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 5
Runs ..0 0 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0 0 00
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