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"gymnyq bulletin, honoltjltVt. h., Monday, fed. 7, 1910.
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COMBINED FLEET NINE WIN AFTER TEN INNINGS BY SCORE OF
2 TO 1 SENSATIONAL FINISH TO A REMARKABLE GAME
GUARDS HAVE LOST TWO OUT OF THREE GAMES.
There Is woe among the National
Guards, for is it not written that
on Sunday afternoon the combined
fleet team put It over Barry's Beauts,
after a ten-inning game, by a score
of 2 to 1? '
"aeel Out this place Is all
right," 'remarked one, of the many
bluejackets who were crowding the
Rapid Transit cars running out to
tho ball grounds. "Why," he con
tinued, "back home they are having
snow, and here In Honolulu we are
going out to a ball game!"
And Jackie was about right. This
Is a wonderful place, and the climate
makes baseball possible all the year
And what sort of a crowd rolled
up at tho league grounds to see the
third struggle between the Guards
and combined fleet. It was grand to
see the' big gathering.
Saturday's game was won by the
Guards by a bare one run to nil.
The first match of the series was
played several months ago, when the
fleet paid a visit to Honolulu. The
sailors were victorious on that oc
casion by a score of 3 to 1.
Yesterday's game was the 'third
of the series,. and tho greatest Inter
est was taken In the match by even
body. All branches of the servlie
were represented In the grandstand,
and a large number of civilians also
Admiral Sobrce and, moat of 'hi
staff, peenpied seats' In tho .boxes,
and quite a number- of society people
were to be seen in the reserved per-
for the fleet nine, and it was a treat
to hear tho Joshes that were handed
out. That popular man-of-wars-man,
"Snakes" Schaeffer, was hand
ed many a Josh, and that capable
and dashing ball-player, McGinn, be
came the hero of the oldtlme song,
"Down Went McfJInty.." ,
En Sue was given an ovation not
frequently awarded a ball-plajer.
His catch, away out In the country,
of Monroe, was the best bit of work
seen on a local diamond for )ear
The burly fleet catcher whanged the
ball away out ovpr tb'lrd's bead, and
En Sue, sprinting as only be can,
managed to reach the ball and hold
It on the fly. -
The cheers that went up from the
supporters of both teams were sus
tained tor some minutes, and when
En Sue returned to the bench, at
the end of the sailors' inning, more
applause greeted him.
Another great bit of work was
done by the Chinese lad in the sec
ond half of the eighth, when Rice
hit away down toward the fence, and
En Sue, after running a long way,
brought off a brilliant catch.
Sergeant Darry wore a worried
look most of the afternoon that is,
up till the end of the ninth Inning.
At the end of the tenth there was a
very gloomy expression on the genlai
sergeant's face, although he bad
nothing to say but: "Well, it was
a fine game. I'm sorry we lost, but
as long as the public Is satlsfled
with the class of baltput up, all Is
well. Good free baseball Is what the
crowd likes, and I think tho sorvlce
boys can show as exciting games as
anyone can wish for." And so say
all of us. The sport Is clean and
good, and long may we have plenty
The first scoring was done by the
Ouards, who In their second inning
made one run through the agency
of Lemon, who came home from
third on a basehlt by Sumner.
Then there was nothing doing up
till the sixth, when the fleet boje
everted up things with the aid .of
"Snakes" Schaeffer, who made first
on a bunt, stole second, got to third
on a passed ball, and home on a
Whatl Was there anything do
ing then? I should smile. Wliy.cheers.
the jackles went up In the air with
delight, and "Snakes" became the
hero of the hour.
With the score tied, the two teams
began to look very much In earnest,
and for three innings there wis
nothing but solid attempts by all the
players to hold down the others.
The tenth Inning of the Ouards
was productive of no runs, and it
hegail to look as if the game would
run along until darkness set in.
However, a big shock was in store
for the Guards, and It was a miser-
able looking lot of mortals who a
few minutes later wended their way
toward tltfi cars.
, It happened this way: nice, that
t dandy fleet pitcher, bunted and
made first safe. He then stole sec
ond. Then "Chucks" O'Connor at
tacked the atmosphere with a club
three times, and retired to tho
bench. McGinn swatted one to
Chllllngwortb, and "Klddo" held it
fast. -Rice had In the meantime ad
vanced to third. Reed came up to
Hmt and, making a mighty hit, sent
the ball high ont to Townsend.
The ball fell fair Into Townscnd's
hands, and Rite, from third, was
turning to take his place In the
field, thinking another Inning neces
rys Then suddenly an agonltcd
yell went up ftpra all the Honolulu
fans. Townsend, after having the
ball In his hands for at least two
seconds, appeared to juggle with it
or attempt to throw it back to the
plate, but the sphere fell to the
ground, and as Rice raced over till
home., plate the game was lost to the
It was probably the most peculiar
ending to a game ever seen In Ho
nolulu, and It was hard luck ' for
Still, on the form shown ) ester
day, the Guards hardly deserved to
win the 'game. Several time the;
should have scored, but they, always
threw away the chances of' getting
Williams pitched good ball and
did some fine picking up, too. He
always -appeared tool and collected,
and bad'good command right thrpugh
the game. He was well backed up
l- Rice and jArsfe.utltenaC-bkt.
tery, 'are a, strohr combination, and
by Soares, wbovwas in good form.
one, hard to beat. Schaeffer, at first,
was excellent, nn,d McGinn and
O'Connor were Johnnies on the Spot
all the time.
Even now that the fleet nine har
won two out of three games, (there
are plenty. of people who would like
to see another game between, the
great rivals, but there does not seem
to be much chnncc of another meet
ing. Barney Joy umpired the game and
his knowledge of the game was
clearly demonstrated. Barney was
the right man In the right place.
The game by' Innings Went as fol
First Injilng. N.'o. ifr: En Sue
flow to 'Snyder. Chlillngworth
popped up one to ,Reed. , Bpshnell
made first Bafe and" got out trying
to make second on a' passed balt. No
runs. Fleet! Mcainn.flew to Town-
send. Reed got to first. ' Monroe
was caught by En Sue In spectacular
fashion. Bush died at first., No
second Inning. N. Q. H.: Lemon
got free transportation. Townsend
reacned first safe. Lemon got to
third on wild throw of catcher.
Townsend advancing to second. But
ler fanned. Sumner bunted and
reached first; Lemon hpme. Soares
expired at first. En Sue flew- to
right. One run. Fleet: Schaeffer
rannea, after tnree balls and no
strikes. McCaffery hit the air,
Snyder reached first sate. Rice
made a hole In the atmosphere. No
Third Inning. N. O. !!.: Chli
llngworth went blind, liushnell died
at first. Williams out at the Ini
tial sack. No runs. Fleet: O'Con
nor failed to reach first. Mcdlnn got
safe and stole second. Reed flew to
Townsend. Monroe tanned. No
Fourth Inning. N.. a. H.: Lemon
out at first. Townsend bit one up
to Bohaeffer. Ilutleh died at first
S'o runs. Fleet: Bush turned up
his toes, at first. Schaeffer flew to
Bumner. Snjdor hit one Into Lem
on's bands. No runs, .
Fifth Inning. N. 0. H.: Sumner
reached first safe. Soares ditto and
Sumner out at second. En Sue
bunted and made first safe amid
The Chinese sprinter got to
second on a muffed ball by baseman,
and Boares ont at third. Sumnet,
running for En Sue, got to third.
Chlillngworth walked. Bushnell
reached first safe and Sumner (En
Sue) out at home plate. No runs.
Fleet: nice tanneil O'Connor to
M . T- .1 ..
nrsi on error, mcumn nil me a r.
ueeu 10 nrsi ana u tnnor neat ma
nan to secona. Monroe died at first.
No runs. ,,
Sixth inning. N. Q. II.: WllilamsSako part In tho contest of plans for
to first on safe hit. Lemon
(bunted ant) made first; Williams out
at second, Townsend got a pasi.
Butler made first and Lemon got tn
tblrjK Sumtierflew46,0ColirirJr and
Soares repeated the performance to
Sclmoffer. No runs. Fleet: Bush
niado first safe. Schaeffer ditto and
Bush was out at secondTJMcCoJtery
up to bat and Schaeffer stole'secotid,
reached third on passed ball and
home on a wild throw. McCaffery
died at first and Snyder repeated the
act. One run.
Seventh Inning. N. O. H.I En
Sue flew to right field. Chilling
worth died at first, llulhnell made
first safe, and stole second. Wil
liams fanned. No runs. Fleet:
Rice flew to Bushnell. O'Connor but
one Into pitcher's hands. McGinn
died at first. No runst
Eighth Inning. N. a. It.: Lemon
rb first on a peach of a hit to left
Townsend out at first, and Lemon
at second, doublo play, pitcher to
baseman. Butler fanned. No runs.
Fleet: Rice went out to a sensation
al catch of En Sue. Monroe died at
first. Bush ditto. No runs. )
Ninth Inning. N. a. !.: Sumner
fanned. ' 8oares flow to light. En
Sue died at first. No runs. Fleet:
Schaeffer hit an easy one to pitcher,
McCaffery died at first. Snyder flew
to catcher, No runs.
Tenth Inning.' N. Q. H.: "Chll
lingworth walked. Bushnell fret
pass. Williams Dew to center.
Lemon ditto to pltcheV. Townsend
to bat and Bushnell out at second.
No runs. Fleet: Rice bunted and
made first; safe. 'O'Connor fanned.
McGinn flew to Chlillngworth. Rice
stole second and third. Reed hit
ono Into Townsend's hands and the
fielder, after holding It for a couple
of seconds; dropped the ball and Rice
got home. One run.
The following is tho official scoro:
N. O. H.
AB R BH SB O A E
En Sue, If. '. S 0 0 0 2 0 0
Chlillngworth, 2b .3000 2 10
Bushnell, 3b 4 0 1 1 1 1 0
Williams, p S 0 1 0 2 6 1
Lomon, ss 4 l l 0 2 4 2
Townsend, cf. ...4 0 1 1 2 0 1
Butler, lb 4 0 1 0 11 0 0
Sumnor, rf. 4 0 2 1 0 0 0
Soares, c. - 4 0 0 0 7 0 0
Totals ...,...3T 1 7 SI?J 11
McGIn, 2b. ..
need, rf. . ..,
Monroe, c. . . .
Bush, 3b. ...:,
Bchnefer. If. .
Snyder, lb. .
v.. 38. 2 5, 3.-30 14 2
. Dlik'-Nt .
1 2'.4-0 7 b ft 10"
Runs 0 LP 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ol
P. II 1 I 00 1 t 0 1 0 07
Itiins ,.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12
R. II 1 0-1 H'lOOO 1 s
Ilnso on balls, oft Rice 6, off Wil
liams, 0; struck out, by Rico 5, by Wil
liams 0; wild pitch; Williams 1: passed
balls, Soares 1; left on bases, N. O. It,
9, All Fleet 7; double plays Rlco-Mon-roo-Bnyder,
Hlce,McQn Snyder; time,
1 hour 35 minutes; umpire, Barney
v n st
Light wrists' Win
f .' strawberry Racf
JTnero'was a big gstrjjrlnf of row
IngMnen down at thesllsalanl Boat
Club' yesterday CmornlnV, .when the
Strawberry crews of the club met Ift
u race. The heavyweights' and light
weights nieasured oars, and although
the latter crew had to change thslr
men at trie last moment, owing to
Scroggy having been Injured In the
car wreck on Friday, they won tlje
race In good style by about' three,
quarters of a boat length.
Right from the start the heavUs
led the lights, and It was not till
o short distance from thf finishing
line that' tho, "little ones" forged
ahead and, managed to shove their
barge In .front. '." M . , y
Judtlng from the form shown by
the lightweight' crew, th are bet
ter tun iuv ircauwun uuoca wnicn
represented the ifealanls a1! the an
nual regatta. With Scroggy In the
boat the lights would hs'Ve won by
a' mtich greater margin. ,
t The Myrtles will huve all their
srork cut out to defeat "the Straw
berry llghtswelghts of the Healanl
on next Sunday week, and a One race
should eventuate. The crews 'yes
terday . were as follows! Light
weights f. Norton, stroke; N. Oss,
S; W. Pesha, 4; A. T. Langley, 3;
H. Lcmke,- 2; a. .'Norton, bow.
Heavyweights p. James, stroke; II.
Llglitfoot, 5; O, Gall, 4; A, Otremba,
it P.' 0e' Brettevllle, 2; Ovll. Light
foot; bowl v. t
AdaWeaaJ forts.osi It 10
At the meeting' of the National CM-
ucatori) Association In New Orleans,
next month, an effort will bo made to
have the next convention In this city
with an excursion to Honolulu at the
close of the sightseeing )iuth(sec
tlon Los- Angeles Times'' r
t t .
William K. Macorilble, a Hawaiian
architect, arrived M this city from
Vancouver on tho Mosna last Satur.
HBV it- cnmn hern. It l fhnilclit. in
the new, V. M. C. A. building and to
.got lines on other proposed structures
In contemplation. , ijj
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Tuesday Evening, February 8, 1910
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Monday evening, February 7, 1010.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY' 12, 1910
The Hui Panahi ot'oahu College
MRS. TH0S. C. TRUEBL00D, A."M.
Ia Hef 'Dramatisation of
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Drop in for a Long COLD Glass of
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