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..UYENINapUM.ETlN,HONOMJlAJ.';T.. H., .MONDAY, .AUGUST 30, '09.
BILL HAMPTON ,
HERO OF BALL TEAM
OLD WARRIOR PULLS.PUNAHOU OUT OF HOLE IN NINTH INNING
OTHER GAME MARRED) BY. EXHIBITION OF BAD TEMPER ON
TART OF CATCHER.
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Tlicro mo plenty of ImsolKill ,HtmiKU!fH tlirlr.nluc, nndwhen tho
lillclicrs, lint nli, you Hill Hampton! , Military League slartn,,up they will
You mo tliu real thing from. Dirt- make tlio rcat, of tho .teams nit up
moml Head. Don't make n mistake, and taLa notice. ic
'William, lfn not your twirling skill t The Hoards beat IhciArllllcry 9to
Hint la now .licltig written of,, but 1, an. I tlio I'unalinip defeated the
jour littttm; prowess. I Kama by a ecoro of 8 to C.
Two lioino runs last Saturday Henry Chilllngworth played ' a
week, and then this Saturday that peach uf n unmount snort flop for
wonderful wallop to the right. Mold tho N, (I., II., and, ono. left-hand caCcii
fence whleh dent young liuogs homo of his was u beauty. , -
Just ahead ft 5 on as you completed I.emii -nnj .McCall, for tho. Pupa
tho homo run. lions, alo did Rood work. Tho lat-
And tho Ramo roemed all over, ler Ja tilways n rlcr, and It Is fine
too; tho Kama had finished their In .sec hlni doing such good .work
half of tho ninth, and tho score vlthvtho big league. i'
Blood at 5 to I In their favor. Tho llcrt llowor ., umpired , tho first
fans wcro wending their way down Kan'm and n, part of the. second. Ed
nut of tho grandstand, and every- die Fernandez took hold In tho sixth
body thoueht tho gnmo as good ns Innings, of tho Pun-Kara gamo nnd
pan. did Rooi work ns usual.
In tho second half of tho ninth Tho official scores of both games
Wlthlngton died at second. Then arc as follows:
llutlcr came up to hat and Rot to
first, where Hongs took his placo as
runner. One down and a man on
first, when 1)111 enmo up to bat. 'It
was a forlorn hopo that Ilnmmlo
faced; the side was two runs behind
nnd things looked desperate.
Then Mlllkan tied himself In a
knot nnd tossed ono up to Hill, who
caught It Bquarc, nnd, with seem-
n. a. u.
ltuns 1210000G 00
ltuno k 0001.0010 04
Thrce-baso hit, Townscnd; two-
base hits, Ilranimn, I.ong;sccrlflce
hits, Daly, Illcc, II. Chllllngwortti
stolen bases, llrannan, Shreve, Da-
lngly little effort, banged tho ball vis; double play, Oliver. JoCollier;
out over to tho fence. struck out, Lota.C, Statlard 1; base
Vow! Vhnt sort of n yoll went on balls, I.otn 1 Btnllard 2; hit by
up from tho fans as Doors nnd pitcher, 'Shrove., Sumner; ,wlld pitch,
Hampton both Hew over tlio pinto. Lota 1, Stallard 1; pnBsciI.ball, Gil
chrlst 1; balk, Lota 1.
Huns 0 Q 0 1 4 0
7 8 9
0 0 0 G
Thrco cheers wore, given for Hill, nnd
tho crowd rushed him and almost
toro him apart trying to congratu
It was a very fitting wind-up to
n real Bnappy gnmo of ball, which 1234SG789
kept tho crowd In good humor after Huns 0 Q 0 9 0 2 126
tho rotten finish of tho first gamo. Homo run, Hnmptop; ,threo-baso
Thero wns a fair-sized crowd pros- hit, Andrews; two-baso hit, lUmp
cnt, but nothing llko what tho two ton; stolen bases, Dosha, Keknha .2,
games merited. It Is Mid, but true. Lota, Knllmapehu.. Mlllkaa, Hamp
that tho ohl-tlmo crowds or peoplo .ton, McCall 2, R, Chilllngworth! l
will not attend ball games now-a- doublo plays, McCall. to Lomii- to
lays. Wlthlngton. Mlllkaa tps Deshk;
Tho ladles won't go to tho games, struck out, Hampton. .i!,.. Mlllkaa' 8)
nnd tho old bunch of prominent pco-bnso on balls, Hampton l. MUlltaii
plo who used to crowd tho grand-!'; hit by pitcher, Nncolo; bilk1,
ttnnd n few years ago nro not to bo Mlllkaa; passed ball, llutlcr. 'li
teen. I a .
Thero is something radically 1-rr i -i
wrong somewhere, and It Is hard toi X WO .VJOUU VJdlllCS
Kay what tho trouhla Is. Tho crowd
will not go to ball games of any
port. Tho hunch that fills tho Ath
letic Park on Sundays Is not tho of the two games of ball jit tho
eamo old crowd which used to go to Athletic Park yesterday tho ono bd"
tho Lcaguo (irounds. Jtwecn tho -J. A. C.s and tho'C. A. C.
Perhaps tho only way to rqvlvo wftR tho' closest. Tlio gamo put vp
first-class ball Is to do as they did 'by both teams was good, arid 'ft was
ycara ago, when tho big bunch of a very tight coatcst right through,
professional ball players wcro Im-.Tho.scoro was, tied la.tho elgh'th In-
poncu irom mo const. nlng. and In the ninth tho J. A. C.s.
" J . .!.- i'
.uiuufr uuc uiureiumi nuu mc Kamu
At Athletic Park
1 Tho other sane between the Ka
llhls and Marlucs ended In favor of
tho 'former toam by a score of 3,.to 1,
Tho gamo boomed then, all right, '
nnd went with a vtw up till n couple
of seasons ago, when tho bottom fell
out of (ho tiling.
Ycstorday's gnmo between tho yiio Marines Rot-first blood, and 'lead
" Guards nnd Artillery was O. K. up by 1, to 0 up to tho third, when ,'th'o
till tlio sovonth Innings; tho senro KnUhls tics the score. ) '
was tied nt 1 nil, and everyono I In tho fourth and fifth-tho Kalh'(
thought that n tloao liplsh was rcr- added one more to their scorn, and!
tain. aftcr that thero was no moro'seori
Thou In tho first half of tho eighth lug dono by either side. i
tho Gunrds piled up no less than flvo J for the C. A. C.s the battery was'
runs, thrco of which should never Ah Pul, rind Che nul.-and t,ha' men
linvo been niailo. i did really good1 work. Tho J.A C.
Stallard, who had pitched an In- attack was a strong one, too, and
mul-out gnme, wns improving n lot, Hrlto, who 'did tho. catching, wna In
nnd Gilchrist hnd dono well as good form. 'The pitching1 was dlyld-
catchcr. Hut n chnnqo rnmo over cd between Florcs.nnd Kspjnda tho
tho scene, nnd tho catcher, missing latter soon settled down to 'pitch
n ball, sulked and mado no effort to good ball and worried tho tcanV 'a
get tho bull nnd' throw It to n baso- lot.
man. j I-ong, who ptnyed such a. goo'l
Tito consoauenco was that. Kiija, J gaipo .gn, Saturday for tho Artillery;
Sumner, Davis nnd Hob Chilling- did flno' work for tho Kailhjs;' lib.' Is
worth nil How homo whilst tho Hu-'a real good man and will bo.in;ac-
gor catcher stood and looked nt thai, qulsltlon.'to local ball circles. ;,i' j ''
ball. j. George Clark did the twirling' for
It was a niiscrnhlo exhibition of tho Kallhis, and!, as usual( ws .thte
plane, and thero was no excuse for star player of the team. Bhdphard
It, except It Gilchrist thought thcrj caught for Clark, and tho comblna-
wns n ground rulo (ilhiwhiR nil tho lion la n, good ono. Williams, who
inon on bases to como homo on n did tho catching for the half-wets,'
passed ball which hits tho grand-.was In good .form, although far from
'stand! In woll man. 'Gibson pitched1 right
. ., 7'hls incldotit npnlpi wljat ionkod , thrqugji tho game and used his' head
j In Im a lino game, nnd It is to bo a lot. t-v
much regretted that it occurred. Thero wore oy9rtwo thousand peo-
" Tho linger men are n (Inn hunch, and pie present at the games, and the
there nro several good lpen on tho greatest Interest wan taken In tho;
toam. Long Is as good a man an wo plriy ,At times' the whnlii hunch of
. havo playing ball hero today. llo spectators ro.'o to 'their feet ,wltu,u
knows tho gni.io from A to 7. and yell, and all the good plays were np-
only vatil,8 a llttlo more practlqp. , plauded to the, echo, '';-'
Tho Artillery will1 now proceed to' Mc Henry umpired the twoganits,
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end, lthounh ,thero were 0, couple game, 1:19.
of ki;ki, did good work. As long ns . C. A. C.
tbero 18. only, one. umpire more or less, 1 2 3 4 C
trpublo.li sure to eyentunte. A mn HunB 0 0 0 2 0
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i MOTOR OAR JOTTINGS.
Frank Thompson's now Locomo
bile U running llko n watch; It Is 11
very poworful -machine, nnd la capa
ble of making very fact time wlitn
let outsat full speed. Mr. Tiiomp
, icccntly nftor tin absenco of forty
yearn rcvitslted his boyhood homo near
Abbot, Malno. Humbly hu had left It,
but when ho returned ho traveled in
11 soven-passenger Franklin touring
car, which, in Ills eagerness ns ho ar
rived nmld tho cccno.H of his boyhood,
hu drove hluiHcir, taking tho wheel
from tho rhntiffeur. Ilo was accom
panied by .Major Holmaii Day nnd
Two :-umRres,u'onot.fpr,ji tho4alls Hnso hits.,. .0
nnd,'C4ia..fonthe'baiOf,'0iVi)Uhl , solve, mn.liniu, liltH. P ,!..,! Aknna. Drclr: . i..'.i-ni..'.i ...im. .1...' ',11
.h?tdlffloulty(knnd-theoxtrn, eostl,,,,,,, J U j, - jMjomMQ maUo of lhelrwlv08 Speaking of ,h trip. AIn
". nyiiy.i.w ii.i ,.. tuifiii nosR.i)K on hascs, C, A. q., 0, J. A. car
,wpiw.D no,BriiwunK, nuu every- Ci(,)2j double, plum, P. L.,Akana to
bjdy" ypuW.be, satisfied. , , ( )Che Bu,A Aklnft un0gai,tcd; hit by
Theofflclal. scores, of .both games pUcher.i J,Lo. Esplnda; bases on
are as ioiiows; ,.
12 3 4 5
0 7 8 9
Joe.Sllva, who is now with the
Independent Auto Stand, is doing
good work with his Franklin car,
and has had no troublo with tho ma-
balls,- off Ah Pul, 1, -off Apau3, off
Florenilr, struck put, by Flores 10,
byi'Kspinda 2, by Apau 7;. Inning
Runs ..,.t.l)0 000000 O-Tji.jiifohod.iby Flpres, ,, JSsnlnda 3j
Base hltS...l 0 0 1, 0 U 0 0 13., bits, .ott.Floros 4 In D -innings, Off nn Klnr nml Illshni. Ktrcnta.
Kspin.da liu.?innngs InnlngsT '
Pitched, by Aa Pul 3, by Apnu fi; I Nearly every .automobile In town
Runs ....'.0 0 111,1 0 0 0 -3 lilts; off-AhPul 2 -In -3-innings; oft nng 1)00, i,CR1oken for Wednesday
Ilaso hits. ..2 112 10 0-0 7(Apau-G ln'6-lnnlngs; wild pitches, ncxti whcn Ule voo gnmo , tt) ))0
.yXwo-uase hU, Pavls; sacrlflpo hits, Flores, Alt-Pul, Apau 2; balk, Flor- ,,lnyod at I.ellohun. The run out in
fSJirpnard, nie't', Iemn, Moses; left es; passed balls, llrlto 3,. Che llul 2. a machlno is moat enjoyable, nnd
on'bases, Kolih"l9, Marines 3; hit by Time of game, 1:4C. Umplre, ic- 0li im(lCn 10 ma,iQ avcl. mnAt f
Day at Its conclusion said
"Tho, bit' Franklin took us from my
bungalow nt Indian Host, leaving nt
10 In tho forenoon, to Guilford, la
Wntcrvllle, Ncwr-ort nnd Dexter, In
about flvo hours' running time, and'
tho many gentlemen In Mnlnd who are
iKALIHI. . ,.,,,v
.'.0 0 11 1,1 0 0 0 '-S
Scorer, N. Jackson.
pitcher, Klcei doublo play, Davis tn Henry,
linys; baso on balls, oft Olbson 1; I
struck out uy curie , oy uiuson .., ,. BlU,etin Bu!lneH 0S&t, phon8 258
ktnsseu vanij iiuiiiua j,
nbltin alnf-A ll.n flftit ,luv l.a triMl' It
"a .t , a . , iiiteroetcd In automobiles nnd know
out; .there are, six export chauffeurs .. n. ,. , , ' ' "
u '""'in i.tj iiihtvab hilia Ul l,,L(4
"Contrary to tho glint general
opinion, tho Kludcbnkor Aulomoblln,
Company pays no nttcntion to tho
calendar In adding Improvements tn
their ears," nays Clmstor M, Weaver,
seneral mniingcr of tho Studobakcr
"Whunever wo find anything that
in our opinion VouM bo nn Improve
As one of tho masters of tho gun
Time otuUetia Editorial Poop fhoiie 185, makers of the world Hudson Maxim meat, It Is given a thotough tryout
and It It Is found to bo deslrnblo It
Is incorporated In tho car tit any
tlino without regard to the. season
of the year.
"I.I t llo refinements nrc constantly
being ndded to the car, but no rndl
tal changes hnvo boon mad. Merit
Is embodied in every lino of tho car.
In tho chassis wo could not niako
tho slightest clmuga In the mcchnnl
parts to plcaso the best customer wo
linvu luoro'thau wo linvo In the past.
"Tho best proof of this Is found In
tho fact that for scvoral years no
radical change has been mndo In the
Studcbakor-Qarford chassis, nono
that a layman could detect unless
his nttcntion was called to It par
ticularly. "Ono of the special features Is tho
spring suspension. Tho springs
wcro changed when it .contract for
tho bodies wiis let to an American
mrimifneturer who nover takes u
contract unless ho Is permitted to
fix tho Mispenslon. Tho regular
Miring nro replaced .Willi n stylo
adopted by the body builder after
experiments made dating from tho
Inception of his business when It
started ns n rnrrlago body factory."
. 1. .
Bulletin Business Office Phone 298,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 180,
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