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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
ELEVEN INNING GAME IS WON
EXCITING PLAY BY BOTH NINES MUCH WRANGLING BE
Eddie Fernandex proved himself
an expert at baseball on Saturday
Thing? looked bad from a Din
inond Head standpoint .tho West
Virginians had scored two runs to
the Jewels' one, and from the form
shown by the local .team they had no
chance of defeating the Juckles. I
Hut Kildle had trained up a bat
ting order which simply insured
Bearing If scoring were possible. I
Kildle, followed by liumpton, with
Leslie iind Sam Chllllngworth next,
looked good on papei, and It was
certainly good on the diamond when
It enmu to a show down.
The Jewels scored In the Mist pait
of the sixth und'tled the score.,
Then the Virginias responded with a
slnglo run and led by one. I
The excitement was Intense up
till the ninth, when the D. II.s again
made one and the score was-levul.
Things then begun to take on n
very perlou aspect, as 'one continual
wrangle seemed to oo always on.
Klixt the sailors would klc'c about
some ilo-lxlon, and the landsmen
would di ditto.
Alint of the plllkln startod when
Hlce clashed Into the. third baseman
.tiid made him full down. "Hed,"
who held down third for the sailors,
took a pot shot at Itice us lie raced
for the home plate.
Fortunately the catcher caught
the ball and sated lllce from being
maimed. Uiter on In the gamo
"Hed," who was up to bat, was hit
by Wlnne. the D: II. catcher, and !
almost stunned. The ,blow was uc- j
cf dent a I, but It caused some trouble. I
All through the game theie were
arguments about title rules, and It
was most unpleasant to see a good
game spoiled by the unseemly wran
After the score was tied in the
ninth there was nothing doing in tin
tenth, but In the eleventh spasm the
Jewels made one run, and as the V.
V. did not add to their total the Fer
nandez bunch won by a score of 4
It was an exciting game,- and fo-
a while It appeared as If the D. 1!
had met their masters. Still Eddie
Fernandez pulled his team out of
the mess, and ulthough Sumner anil
Sam Chllllngworth must be given n
lot of credit. It wus the captain who
illi'. things, after all.
A match between the dt
nine and the West Virginia te.im
would be a good ono.and It Is to be
hoped that such a match ii plajed
The most exciting time was wlion
lu the eleventh inning Ed cvtno u:
to bat. The score was tied, and
everyone was in the air as regards
the result of the struggle.
Nobly did the popular Ed rise t
the occasion and wallop out a iwu
baggcr. Fernandex was R!ucd on
second when Hampton flew to catch
er. Then Leslie sacrificed Ed to
third and Sam Chllllngworth handed
out the safe hit thut brought Eddie
The West Virginias did nothing
In their half, and the game waa won
by the local men,
The first gsrne between the Kunu
and Colorado was a walk-over for
the local nine, who won easily by a
score of 7 to 0.
The official scores of, both games
1 2 34 6 67 89 10 11
Runs ....001 OOlOfrl 0 14
llase hlts.l 00 1 2 20 1 1 0 210
123456789 10 11
Runs ....0 02001000 0 03
llase hlts.l 1 1 10 1000 0 0 S
Two-base hits, Fernandex, Somner,
Lcgge; sacrifice hits, Hampton, Les
lie, Somner; left on bases, Diamond
Head 8, West Virginia 13; first base
on errors, Diamond Head 2, ?Vest
Virginia 4; hit by pitcher, Leslie,
McGinn, Phelps; struck out, by Les
lie 13, Shaffer 8; bases on balls, oft
Leslie 7; wild pitches, Leslie G, Shaf
fer 1; passed balU, Winnie 4. Um
pire, captain of the Tennessee bull
team. Scorer, N. Jackson. Time of
Runs 0 0000000 0
llase hits .'.100100002
1 2 3 4 6 C 7 8 9
Hush hits ..01103301 1 10
Thii'0-bat.u hits, D. Desha; two.
BY JEWELS BY SCORE OF 4 TO 3
n EDDIE FERNANDEZ,
Who Showed Great Head Work on
Sunday, and who Was the Cause
of the Diamond Heads Winning
Their game against the West Vir
. m h a
buso lilt, W. Desha: left on buses,
Kams 8, Colorado 7; first base on cr
lors.'.Kams I, Colorado 2; double
plaje, Hichaid-i'lcckcn, aillhara-Ay-cock;
hit by pitcher, Fleckon, Ju
slah; struc kout, Andrew 8, Uuke 3,
O'fard '0; wild pitch, Andrews 1,
Hake 1, O Iff aril 1; innings pitched.
Hake 5. airraid 3; hits, off Hake 8,
off Olffurd 2. Umpire, 111 1 1 Myers;
-Horer, N. Jackson, Time of game,
By Marine Nine
There wus a big crowd at tho Ath
letic Park jesterday when the tied
game between the Marines and Ka
Illils was plujcd off. It resulted, in
a win for the Marines by a score of
1 to 0.
Tho winning and only run was
made In the fourth, when Hayes got
home after getting to second on a
fine hit. Rico mude a fine catch, In
the second, by which Gibson was dis
missed. The defeat of the KalihU
leaves the J. A. C.s In, tho lead for
tho championship of tho first series,
with the Kallhls second and the C.
A. C.s and Murines next, t
The play right through the first
series has been good and some very
exciting gumes have been played.
The Bocond scries jiromUes to be
good, too, and the Interest will be
Just as great light through the bal
ance of the season
Tho second game jestcrday was
between the Tonncssco and J. A. O,
nines, and it ended In favor of tho
sallois by it score of 3 to 2, The
Jacklos w-oicd two in their first!
n nil then did nothing till tho ninth,
when they made one more.
Tho J, A. C.s In the meantime
imtdo one in tho second and another
In tho four flu Sergeant did the
pitching for tTiu sailors and proved
to be a heady pin) or with a good as
sortment of enrws. He was well
burked up by his catcher, Uorruch,
unci the rest of tho team.
Flores mid llrlto formed the but'
tery'for the J A, C.s, and they did
good wink light through tho game.
Tho olllclal billies were;
' l I 2 3 4 G C 7 8 0
i 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 0 1
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, OCT. 1 AND 2
" JOLLY TARS "
BENEFIT OF ASSOCIATED CHARITIES.
New Songs and Comedy Acts
DIRECT FROM THE STATES, TICKETS ON SALI! AT
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PRICES $1.00. 75c. 50c aim 23c
WILL APPEAR FOR THE FIRST TIME HERE.
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ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
Dane hits ..'J 2 0 1 1 A 0 0 0- 7
1 2 3 i n C 7 8 9
Huns 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 1
lluse hits ..001 1 1000 3
Two-liuxe hit, llaen; sacrifice
hits. Hire, Clark; left on bases, Ma
rines 2, Knlihls 10; II rut base on er
rors, Kullhis 3; double play, (libson
to Davis to Slorp; struck out, by
Gibson C, by Clark 4; bases on balls,
o fiaibson 1, off Clark 1; wild pltih.
Clark: passed ball, Sinclair; missed
third strlko, Slnclnir. Umplie, Mr
Henry. Scorer, N. Jackson. Time
of game, 1:14.
J. A. C.
Huns 0 10 10 0 0 0 U 2
lluse hits ..01011101 01
ttuns 2 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 1 3
llase .hits ..1 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 12
I Ihree-buMi hit, J, Hoss; two-busu
lilt, nrlto; sacrifice hits, Curruthcrs,
Skytlnskl; Itoss, Jtilto; left on Imbcs
Te i,ee 3, J, A. O. C; double play,
McCV.ferty to Hawes; struck out, by
IsSei.Odrt C, by Flores 9; bases on
balls, oft Segeait 1, off Flores 1;
wild pltbhes, Flores, Segeurt; passed
balls, I)rlto 1, (Inmich 3. Umpire,
Mclienry. Scorer, N. Jackson. Time
of game, 1 : 1 C.
STANDING AT FINISH OF '
0AHU LEAGUE HRST SERIES,
p. v. l'ct.
J. A. C 9 G .Ctttl
Doers 9 S . C r. r.
C. A. C 9 G .055
Marines 9 2 .222
The C. P. O. baseball nine of tho
Went Vhglula will play tho Dittos
of the Colorudo at tho Leaguo
grounds today. Tomorrow they will
havo a go at the Tennessr bunch,
and on Wednesday will tiy conclu
sions with tho Maryland C. P. Oh.
All the games will start at 1:30
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