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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.tlf.. MONDAY, MAR. 14. 1910.
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DIAMOND HEADS TOO STRONG FOR
WATCHES TWO GAMES OF BALL MUHOCKS BEAT ASAHIS
6 TO 3. '
Yesterday afternoon baseball got a C., Zorbe met wltbh nasty accident,
start once more,, and although the sea- Ho was up to bat, with llrlto ou third,
son Is not yet really due, Uie game Thomas, the Diamond Head "catcher,
put up by the Diamond Heads and J. tried to throw to third, and the ball
A. Cs. meant a lot to the fans. The hardly left his .hand when ft struck
Jewels won by a score of 6 to 1, and Zerbe'on the head Zorbo Bpun round
al) that can be really said Is that the on his foet and then, dropped like a
better team won, stone to the eafth".- ",110 was picked up
And that Is about all that could bo and carried oft thrf'fleld. Ice was np
written, for tho brand of ball was not piled to Ms headland he slowly re
ilrst class that Is from a "Big covered. V, ,
league" standpoint I Some months ago Thomas hit nn-
A fair-sized crowd attended, and tho other man In exadtly the same man
bleachers were filled. TKq grand- ner, and as both wire-undoubtedly ac
ntnnrf rniiM hitva accommodate several clients, there mtiSt be something
hundreds more, but taking it alto-
gether the roll up to the first, game of
the series was satisfactory. ,
Jack Doyle and a bunch of, friends
graced the bleachers, and If the, gome
had been anything like close, Doyle's
Dodgers would hato done things In
the rooting line.
But as the Diamond Heads scorod
first rattle out, of the box and despite
the one, run put up by the J, A. Cs. In
their second tuning, piled up two more
in, the .third tho" rooters dldnqt have
ThV Acc,T!unre,3ta get
one run and, tram' that on, registered
cipher after cipher.
In the third Inning tho Jewels got
two men homo Cbllllngworth an'd
Jd Fernandez doing the trick; It was
Joe Teves who brought the two home.
Joe hit a two-bagger and' the pair
romped. '"Good boy, Hilo," was the
yell after that.
Then fa the first half of the flth the
Diamond Heads again knocked up a
brace of runs, U, Lemon walked; Hen
ry Chllllngwprth made first safe, and
Lemon advanced to second. Then Ed
Fernandez hit a peach of a two bagger.
and Lemon and Chllllngworth got
There waa no further scoring and
the game ended at that.
The general impression was that the
Diamond Heads were too good on the
form shown yesterday. The J. A. Cs.
can.be strengthened a little, and then
a closer 'game will be seen. '
Leslie pitched good ball, and his
fielding was excellent. He has a long
reach and yesterday he made a couple
of really good' catches.
Thomas held Leslie well, and made
few mistakes. Ed. Fernandez did good
work at first, and "Klddo" ChllJIng
worth was there with the goods at
Joe Teves, who took Sam Chilling'
worth's "plaOe 'at third, appeared a
trifle nervous at tho start. Dut who
could blame him, when, it 1 rcmom
bered that he Is used to a Hllo crowd!
Teves 'did good work once he got
steadied down, and tho hit by which
he brohght two men homo was a
Bert -flower, although he was an
nounced 8s umpire and got a lot of
freo boosting In the papers, did not
If Bert was In the hospital yester
day, we will forgive him. Otherwise
It Is Up to him to explain.
In the absence of Bower, Barney
Joy officiated, and he did good work.
It Is Impossible for an umpire to
please both teams, and Barnoy Is to
bo complimented on the showing he
One thin muatfa said. about the
Atretic Park at MHfcmfehts', rjrt that
Is that the wlro-nottlng both above and
below the grandstyrSl ahdbld bo re
paired, or, better 'stlfl, -replaced.
Another thing Is that the press box
Is situated directly beneath a section
of the grandstand where the 'peanut
and cold-drink fiend la always either
Imbibing or drinking. Tho consequenco
Is that tho scribes below are under
a continual shower of shollB or drip
pings from soda water bottles. A
fow yards of canvas would solve the
difficulty and maka tho lot of the
sports reporters a llttlo more cheerful
Otherwise, the Athletic rarK looked
fine. The diamond was good and
fast, and tho outfield has now got
grass ou tho largest portion of it. It
should not bo long till the whnlo of
the ground Is covered with a istoen
In tho second Innlm; of, tho J.i A.'
rr v. l. ittgygow.
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THE J. A. OS, -4 BIG CROWD
Btrange in the way the catcher throwrf
On Zorbe returning' to bat he was
given an ovation.. 'He' must have been
suffering great pain? as he had to re
tire from tho game next Inning. Walk
er took Zet bq's placo, to nt last there
was1 one Japanese-fan the J. A. C
nine. . I'
Prior to the big (tame, the Muhocka
and Asahls meff-tand after a fairly
Interesting game Uie'fnrmer tpaiji won
bv a score of 6 -to ti '.'These two teams'
an. realjy. represe'tjtitWo JaiOBBae and.
VHiaow. uni wui un pnav piaj ui-i
American game' with great vim.
The Asahls scored In .the first, fiftt
and ninth Inning. makng one In oacfl
Tho Muhocks piled nip two-In-.tlie
fifth and four In the 'seventh., Tht
was all the scorng done. t and the
gama ended at that Johnnyt.WIIIUmf
umpired this game and did good woik.
The official scores of both ganwt an
as follows: .
12 3,4 6 4 7 8 9
Runs ....vt...fil 0 4 0 8 0 0 0 0 6
B. II UJ 11000027
Runs ........ ...0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
B. H MO 0 0 D 1 0 0 0-2
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1 t 1 i t 6.7 8 t
Rtln ,...,..1 0 6 0 1 0 p 0 13
B. II 0 0 1,0 1 0 0 1 2-6
1 l"l'4iB ,r 7 8 9 A
Hun . 0 0 0 0 10 4 0,
B. H 1 0 10 8 0 1 V-6
J. A. C. vs. DIAMDNdiHEADH.
Two base-hits. Fernandes; Teves,
First base on balls, off Gibson 2, off
Leslie 7. struck out, by Gibson 8, by
taslle 8. Left onbaaos, p. H. 5J. A,
C. 7. Double play Brlto-Ross.ltealo
ha-Frances, Keatoha-Akana Rosn. Hit
by pitcher. Lemon, Trisa Time of
game hr. 35 mln,1 I'mplie,1 Barney
Joy. Scorer H-Vjmi
Two base hltsTiunao, Peterson.
First base on balls off Wah Kal 3, Mu
rlyama t. Struck, out, by Wah Kal 8
Murlyaroa 11. Left on bases, Asahls
7, Muhocks. 8. Wild pitch Murlyama
Passed balls, Murikaml. Hit by pitch
er, Murlyama. Tlmo of game, l hr. 25
mln, .Umpire, Jno. Williams. Scorer,
BOH AID PASHM TROM
Jick McFadden and Marlowp will
probably box agiln at Lellehua and
me go snouin urnw a um cruwa ui
V)wn. jcoplo, Marlowe's arm Ib ojot
tlfjft'ietter, nnll tho Fighting Kith
men an want 10 scu luwr muu uu
against tho Honolulu' lightweight once
A Honolulu boy, Stolz, ran second In
the 440(yards dash, which was won by
Wyman; time. 63 2-5 sees. Stolz. war
also' one of tho winning' relay race
team. He, gmlth, Wyman and Colo
man pulling the event off; time for
the half mile 1 mln. 35 2 S sees.
At tho Stanford TracK Meet,- on
March 5, Scott bleared 12 feet 0 Inchos
In the Dole vault, and only for strain
ing a sinew he 'would have had a go
at tho world's record of 12 feet sw
Troop If, S. O.. cut out the liumlre.'
yards In.lQieeoonds flat, and Oo)eman
rau second toihlm.
RACES AT PEARL
, HARBOR SUNDAY
AND WREN EVENT
Bis; Excursion Party Planned
March 80 Lochs Can Be
spectedBand to Be in Attend
ance. Yesterday the Kalumanu II conveyei
a merry party down to Pean Ilarbot
where, courses were selected for the
rowing' and sailing races which are to
be pulled off next Sunday. The course
tor the barge, and palr-cnr ruces will
be the same as that rorel m past
years by, the shclU.N The course' foi
the- wrens jii be from' the club house
nround Ford's Island and luck attain
Apart from the good split il.at Is
anticipated for noxt Sunday Ihe fact
that the people who make tho trip
will) be able to view the future bast
from whcti the Amerlcar Navy -til
pqllce tho Pacific, is Veil worth tht
About three huridrcd excursloalstl
wll prdbsbly make .no trij? to Vear1
Harbor, and 'the -yschUHa vail, w'htcl,
Is to represent these,' If leryn In tic
TraM-PMlBcirace.' will hta mern
farty-iSr boardr'Of cOuMo'ali'tM'-vtrr-
r.urs woni do oq imiri iiu iiawan
tnd the other yaehfwltl he at! thT
tiisposal pf '.those 'wh i mk'i the trip,
All those wishing 'to mako the trip
had better get' In touch with Route of
1 e officials had seeuro a lunch ticket
The iicessary. badge coh(1 ft SO. nu-,
t riiitiestthe guest of tho club to hi'
lunch and the nrlvlleito of'the'Clnli
The cruise down should Ce beautiful
and people who have never seen th
magnlflcantJlooha at Pearl Harbot
should certainly avail themselves ot
'the oppot'tutilty of noxt Sunday, Therr
are inousanas" or tionoiuiu restnentf
who have no fln- of what Pearl Har
bor is like and It would mlrprlse then
to see, what kind of a harbor la almor
nt their back doors. '
And the object of the excursion I"
lino to bp remembered: the money
mado will all go to fitting out the
yacht Hawaii for her trip to the Coast
ana the race back. At least 83000 will
be required for that purpose and the
least Honolulu people can do Is tojmt
ronlze the entertainment and excur
slons the yacht club Intend getting Up
to defray expenses.
There will be rowing races between
tho Healant and Myrtle boat clnbs, an
(ho barge and pair-oar evonta rhonM
he really good Then the small boats
will have a sailing race all to them
selves, and the miniature craft wll'
prerent a pretty sight as they beat
nround Ford)s Island.
Tho Hawaii will loavo the foot '
Fort street nt 1,0 oc'ock sharp, anr
tho Hawaiian band will go along too
The trip to Pearl Harbor la prie of th
best that can be made lo- these Island
and the wonderful work that Is bnlpr
done In deepening tho channel, and for
tlfytng the placo will prove ,o( the
greatest Interest to the excursionists.
Two deep-water ships are now '
anchor Inside Peart Harbor, anil It wll'
certainly make the oldtlmers In thr
crowd sit up and take notice when
they reallzo.that Pearl Harbor Is res)
iy at last open to the ships of the
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' ' S1AFIEI BY: M TO 6
Game Was Slaved at Aala Park and
Attracted Fair-Sized Crowd.
-Thoro was a fair shed crowd at
Asia Park yesterday afternoon whon
tho Marines and 20th Infantry went up
against ono another, The game re
sultod In n win for tho Half-Wets by
a score of 14 to C.
Thompson of the Marines, mado a
beaut of a homo run nnd ho was
cheored for his good work. This young
player Is always on the Job, and he can
lie rolled upon every tlmo, , Ills bat
ting and fielding Is clean and crisp
iml tho lad is a great favorite with all
Tho Marines sadly need practice, for
J COMING EVCNT8. .
( Secretaries and nianngrs of tX
I athletic clubs are inltcd to send 8
t In the dates of any events which
i they may bo getting up for In- !l
I sertlon under the aboe haad. H
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i'the Sporting Editor, Bulletin, tt
t 'Baseball. tt
I ATHLETIC PARK. tt
. March 2p DlauiunJ Heads vs. tt
V J. A. C. tt
i March 27 Diamond Heads vs, J !
t A. Cs. tt
: April 2 Marines vs. N. O. H.; i
Cavalry vb. Infantry. tt
.' Tugof.War. U
I ATHLETIC PARK. U
i March 19 International Scries, tt
A Regatta. tt
t PEARL HARBOR. tt
i March 20 Sailing and Rowing V.
.1 Races. tt
.t Marsthon. tt
Jl April 3 Halelwa Annual Race, tt
t April 3 Bicycle Races. tt
3 Handball. tt
M Y. M. C. A. tt
t March 14 High School Tourna- tt
:t ment. M
A , Track Meet.
3 March 19 All School S(ort8. tt
tt April 9 Y. M. C. A. at Boys' tt
tt Field. tt
U Trap 8hootlng. tt
'4 March 10 Weekly Cup. tt
3 Horse Racing. tt
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3 July 4 Inter-Island meet. tt
tt Trans-Paclfio Yacht Race. tt
tt July 4 Start from San Francisco, tt
3 World's Championship Fight, tt
3 July 4 Jamee Jeffries vs. Jack tt
tt Johnson. tt
AND 'FAST TIMES
Preliminary Meets All Pau Now
Big TtUngular School Sports
i .-' -t
i un Saturday afternoon sao mtur-
jolleglate track meet between' Oahu
tJollege and the Kamehameha School
ffaaiDUIled oil on. Alexander Fleld..anJ
(He result woeJhatlhoColiieJviln.by
?4-JJbto.40A " i
Tnsre waa a big crowd pre.ent and
although the meet was only In the
way of a preliminary to the big All-
School one of a cdunjo.of weeks hence
the greatest interest was snownin tne
matter. ' '
The results of the meet were as fol
100 Yarda Dash McKcmle, first;
Hosea, second; Godfrey, third. Tlmo
JO 1-5 sees.
Mllo Run Young, first; Benjamin,
iccondj Amos, third. Time 6 minutes
? 2 1 sees. '
JJIgh Jump R. Hitchcock, first;
Prant, aecond; W. Hitchcock, third.
The winner clonred E feet 3 Inches.
220 Yard Ifu.dlcs McKentle, first;
Desha, leoi.nd; Walaelcelo, third,
rimo 28 I S ecs.
Shot Put R. Hitchcock, first; Ka
qaloplll, aecond! Mlllkaa, third. Dis
tance 38 feet 1Q Inches.
440 Yards Dash Oodfrey, first;
Ron, second; Lewis, third. Time 87
2-8 lees, .J
Hammer Throw R, Hitchcock, first:
Bal, second; Mlllkaa, third. Distance
116 feet, ft Inches. (
220 Yards Dash McKentle, first;
Hosea, second; Godfrey, third. Time,
24 seconds. ,
Broad Jump R. Hitchcock, first;
Desha, second; Walaleele, third. The
winner Jumped 19 feet S Inches,
880 Yards Dora, first; Glbb, sec
ond; Sab'oy, third. Tlmo 2 .minute;
19 2 5 seconds.
Polo'Vnult R. Hitchcock, first; No
th, second; Kauhl, third. Nine feet
llx Inchon was the height cleared b)
Relay Race Oahu. first. 'Tlmo 1
mln. 44 B0C3, Relays, McKentle, Sab
y, Rocs and Desha,
Judging from tho tlme'put up by Mc
Keqile, Bill Rlcn will hovo to run at
he never footed It before, If he,l tc
defeat the Punahou boy, In tho hun
dred, yards sprint v
The best runners have now been
selected and the triangular , meet
ibpuld be ono ot thebost ever seen In
Honolulu. Tho High School would op
pear, 16 have tho best chanco for first'
'n the meet but the other schools wll)
havo the" better of It when It comes to
i i n
Horlnq ot Stanford, 'clearod 6 fee;
1 1 8 Inches In tho high Jump, and
could havo dor.o -another fraction of
in Inch If pressed.
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The tug-of-war Is to come off on Sat
urday night next, and all tho arrange
ments aro nearly complete.
ilthough they defeated tho Fort Shaf
tcr boys, thoy did not play any soro o'
a heady gamo. The Shatters will dc
much better later on In the Mllltar
serlos, and the nlno can always bob
up smiling, no matter how many timet
they arc- defeated,
The games at the Athletic Park drew
most ot the fans but still thcro arc
many who like to sit around Aala Park
and watch the games that nro played
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