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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 28, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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Johnnie Williams capped nil his
performances jesterday afternoon,
when ho shut out tho New Orleans
team and allowed no hits whatso
ever. Neither side stole a base, anu
the game was the best seen In Ho
nolulu up till the beginning of the
eighth Inning. Tim Wright aero
plane act camo off then, and Darn's
lleauts piled up four runs. Tho
Guards won out by to 0, they hav
ing made ono run In tho fifth al6o.
Williams wus the star plavcr on
tho day, and his pltrhlng was of very
high class. He showed remarkable
command of the ball, and pitched n
real heady game right through.
Loulo Soarcs, the best catcher In the
Islands, did good work, and ho and
Williams form a cry strong battery.
Now conies that brilliant )oung
player Kn Sue, who made two runs
during tho gnmo, and who surprised
even the sailors, who had been told
of tho Chinese lad's prowess. The
first time Ell Sue cot homo was In
the fifth, nnd the way he did it was
a treat. He bunted about fifteen
feet townrds third base, nnd Bprlnt-
ed-for. first. 'Reaching that bag Just.
as the ball flew past the baseman,
he mado second like n streak of
lightning. Ilutler nnd Soarcs were
both out when Kn Sue got going
first, nnd tho chnnccs of a score look
ed slim. "Klddo" Chllllngworth
went up, to hat nnd also got to first
safe, while Kn Sue romped home.
The cheers were loud enough to
wake' some of the Sunday sleepers
at Kwn when the run wns made, nnd
It Is a long time Blnce such a cheer
wbb heard nt the league grounds.
Then things settled down for a
whllo, and there was nothing doing
for a couple of Innings. Hut tho
eighth certnlnly was the most excit
ing seen here for some time. f
No less than four runs were scor
ed, and tho local fans went mad with
Joy. Hats, coats und other articles
wont up In tho air, and one would
havo thought that an International
game was In progress. .
Johnnie Williams did the first
trick with a beautiful two-b.igger
which scored Un Sue and llushiiell.
Soaros, running for WlllianiB, got to
third and then home on u wild
throw. Lemon, who had made first
safe, advanced to second, and, while
Soarcs was beating It for home, got
to third. Sumner Hew to shortstop,
and Lomon, after touching his base,
got home on another wild throw.
Four runs about bettled things,
and the Gunrds' supporters looked
happy. There was no further scor
ing, and the game ended (n a vic
tory for tho loci'l team.
The New Orleans boys had hard
luck In not having 'the. services pt
their regular pitcher. Ho was In
jured In Saturday's game, and Walk
er had to take his place. Another
game between the Jackles nnd
Ouardbmen would draw a hugi
crow'd.-espcclally if the New Orleans
real pitcher Is on deck.
Yesterday'B game was a peach
right from the start till the end of
the seventh. Tho sailors are a fine
bunch of rports, and although de
feated, looked cheerful and had no
Barney Joy and "Spike" Kennedy
acted as umpires, nnd their deci
sions were good. Thero were very
few'remnrkB dlieclcd nt the two urn
plres, and that showed thnt tho pair
knew tholr work.
Thero was u big crowd presont,
and tho rooting of tho sailors was
a thing of Joy. Cowbells and trum
pets were In evidence, and even after
defeat was certain, the tars kept up
"Iluniut" Jack Do)lo was In fine
form, and some of tho remarks of
his bunch wore very funny. The
genial Jack can certainly go some
at the rooting and Joshing gamo. A
pair of Jackles wandered around the
grandstand carrying Japanese um
brellas, and the antics of tho lads
were funny enough to make even a
prohlhitlpn man smile.
As Imig ns (he dans or nail unit
wnH put1 up vestoiilny nin'bo handed
out In Honolulu, there Is no doubt
t: ti tt ti it it tt ti it tt it it it it ti n
tt COMING CVUNT3. tt
II Secretaries nnd mnnagnrs of II
tt athletic clubs are Invited to bend II
tt in the dales of nn uveitis which tl
tt the) may he getting up, for In tt
tt scitlon undor tho above head II
tt Address all communications to it
tt tho Sporting Editor, tl u 1 1 c 1 1 n. It
tt ATHLETIC I'AIIK
tt April 3 Diamond Heads vs.
nt ilio i. finite natronlzliic the came
it Is a lone time Blnce such a crowd I tt
attended a match at the Iraguo if Apill 3-Mubocks vb Aenhls.
giounds, nnd the sight was u pleas- ft MILITAHY LKAOUU.
Ing one. The service men alwavs April 2 Marines vh N. O. II;
,,i,i i, irnnd. Hxcltlnc ball, and thci Cavnlrys. Infantry.
play clean, too. Harry has got a April I'-rJt (5 It vs Inf-ntry.
fan. team In the Hospital Co.. and Apr II Urln ys Cava ry.
Ki. .. tt'l,.1....
Hlir Scoring bv Half-Wets in Yester
day uame six turns wane ini
Thi'io was n prclliuln.ir game es
tenlny afternoon befoie the big match
started, and In It the Marine clefi-ai
id the I'orl Mialter lads In n seun
of IG to 7 Iho tall) Umm Use u
cricket game but still It Is faast'bill
Tho BJiiic "lis fliice light from Jit
stmt In the wii) of run Kilting. m
Shutters stored In their first scumd
third ami fourth, and thtu Tor the b.il
unco of the gamo watched the Half
Wets pile up the inns,
At tliu end .Of the fourth Inning th"
neoiu stood at !) to 7 In favor of Un
.Marines, hut b) adding one In the
t,ovc-iith, and six In the eighth. Hit.
put tho kibosh on the Shatters
I'ej ton niiil Sinclair formed the hit
trr for the Mamies, nnd wi'iu ton
slicing fur the Sli.ilturs lloloun and
Jones led tho attack fm the Shatters
and the score tells Ihu t.ik
The g.ime wan gut tun through with
a rush as uvcrvbodv was ihiiIoiib ti
see the second game However, then
was plenty of nctlou right through tin
match and theio was something dolim
all the time Louie Soaius acted a
umpire and his decisions wcio good
FIRST REGIMENT TEAM
Alexander Young Holer
"A MIDSUMMER M01IT DREAM"
8 V M.
Course Tickets $2 00
Single Tickets 150
The Indian Muscle Dancer
RettirniiiR fiom n Two Years' En-
RnRcmcnt in Cltinn nnil Russia
Premier Pianist of the Tar East
they are pretty near Invincible as
far ns sen Ice nines go
Iho Hawaiian baud was present
nnd plnjed some gliod pieces during
tho ufternoon. The music ulwnjs
makes things better, and Captain
llcrgcr seems In bq doing rcmarka
bl gcod work Just at present
'I he game by Innings went us follows:
riist Innli.g N. O. It t Kn Sun
fanned ChllllngworUi ilew to third
llushiiell hit a peach of a two-bagger
nr.d Williams flew to short. No
runs. Now Orleans: Ileber died a
first. Yengcr hit the ntmosphcrr
Fox failed to reach first. No runs.
Second Inning N. (1. II.; Lemon
struck out. Sunnier sot to first safe.
Freltns hit one to Hester, and Hul
ler repeated Iho trick. No runs.
New Orleans: -Wrlxr- xplrl t
first. Alwnrth fanned and Hester
ditto. No runs.
Third Inning - N. (1. 11.: Soares
Just failed to reach the Initial sack.
Kn Sue ditto. Chllllngworth was
another., No runs. New Orleans'
liyhro got a pass. Ha) ton fanned,
while Djbro stole rcioml and got to
third on a wild tlnnw. Walker near
I) brought D)liro home, but Soares
got him ut the I101110 plate. Ileber
assaulted space, and the- scoie was
still 110 runs.
roiirth liming N. tt. II Hns.i
nell miide first safe. Wllllnius flew
to (enter. Lemon got to llrst, one
Iliishiicll went out at seiond. Sum
ner leached first on an error. Krcltas
died at llrst. No runs. New Or
leans: Yc.iger did not icach llrst.
fox ditto, and l'crber fanned. No
rifth liming N. fl. II.: Ilutler
Hew- to center. So.ircs died ul fust
Kn Sue bunted und went IIUci a. flash
to llrst, and then, on a wild throw,
to second. Chllllngworth got to first
and Kn Sue raced home. Chllllng
worth out off base. One run. New
Orleans: Alwnrth funned. Hester
hit the air, and Djbro died at llrst.
Sixth Inning N. tl. II : HushnoH
died nt llrH. Williams flew to third.
Lemon fanned. No runs. New Or
leans: Ilaj ton fanned. Walker re
peated the act, and Holier flow to
Sumner. No runs.
Socnth Inning N. O. II.: Sum
ner expired at (list. Deltas flew to
third. Hutler hit a two-bagger and
then Soares .went out n.t first. No
runs. New Orleans: Yeager got
free transnortatton and went out
tr Ing to steal second Tox also got
a pass and then waiTput out steal
ing tho next sack. Ferber hit one
up In tlrt) air to Kn 8110, but tho
fielder dropped It nnd Ferber at
tempted to rcueh second. Kn Sue.
however, recovered tho ball and got
It to Chllllngworth In time to tag
the runner. No runs.
Eighth liming N. O II.: Kn Sue
got a pass to llrst. Chllllngworth
safe to first and Kn Sue advanced.
Ilushnoll reached first on an error.
Williams hit n two-bagger and
brought homo Kn Rue and UuBhnell.
Lemon made first and Sores, run
1 Ing for Williams, went to third
ami then homo on a wild throw.
Sumner hit one Into short's hands,
and Lemon came homo. Treltas
made first safe, and went out at
second. Four runs. New Orleans:
Alwnrth fanned,' Hester, also; and
Dyliro died at llrst. No runs.
Ninth Inning N. (I. II.: uuuor
fannod. Soarcs died nt first. En
Sue made first Bate, but Chllllng
worth failed to reach first. No
runs. New Orleans: Haton fanned.
Carmlehael flew to catcher, atid Ile
ber fanned No runs
Tho official scoie whb as follows.
tt May 1-;
ti May 1
tt April 3
tt April 3
tt Barry's New Nine Wins at First At
tempt Mew uricans Also Meats
ild'ti Anninl It.-ico
tt April 3-W)'c'cle ftaces.
tt April 3-.i
tt ' Cricket.
tt Mnj 3 OiHiiIng of scacim
tt April 2 I'rlnccss Illnk
Y. M. C. A
tt Mm eli 2S High School Tourun-
it Track Meet.
it April !) Y. M. C. A. at IJojb'
tt April I Huberts vs. Dettmers.
tt Yachting. t
tt April 3 Howard Cup. , tt
It Trap Shooting. tt
tt March 30 Weekly Cup.
tt Hone Racing. it
tt WAILUKU t:
tt July 4 Inler-lslnnd meet. tt
it' Trans Pacific Yacht Race. f.
tX July 4 Start from Ban Francisco, f
tt" World's Champlonthlp Fight, t
it July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack f
it Johnson. V
tt tt tt tt tt it tt tt tt n tt tt tt it tt tt tt
mishnell, cf.J 4
Lflncin, us . .
Simmer, rf. .
Uutler, lb . .
Soares, 0 . .
Totals.. 36 Ti K 0 2113 J
AH II HII 811 TO A K
Itcbcr, 2b .. 4 0 0 0 1 3 tl
Yuger, c ... 3 0 l0 0 4 1 '.'
Fox, If .... -' II l) !! 0 0
Ferber, ss . . 3 0 0 0 3 1 1
Alwath. rf.. 3 0 0 0 0 0 u
Hester, 3b.. 3 0 0 0 5 6 1
Dyliro, lb . . 2 0 00 12 0 1
Uaton, cf.. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Walker, p . . 2 0 0 0 0 4 1
Totals.. 24 0 0 0 27 15 II
Carmlehael batted for Walker In
Score by innings:
National Guard. .
Huns 00001004 05
Hasc-hlls ..11010013 18
12 3 4 5 6
Hasc-hlts .. 0 0 0 0 0 '0 0 I
Two-bate hits. DuBUnell,
llams; sacrifice hit, Chllllngworth:
left, on bases, N. 0. II. 6, New Or
leans 1; struck out, by waiKor 4,
Williams 12, bases on called balls,
off Walker 1, Williams 3. Umpires,
Harney Joy, Kennedy; tltne of game,
1 hour 25 minutes.
It Is feminine logic td hold a mass
meeting at n hlgh-prlco hotel In or-
dci to protect agulnst high prices
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
AH It IIHSHI'O
K11.H110, If.. 1 2 1
L'hll'w'tli, 2b I II 0 2
Theio were two guncs of bucbi'l
on Saturday ntteruooii ut the Lt'.igu
grounds and one ot them, that be
tween Harrj's new team of Omnia 1111
tho Fort Sh.ifleru, was a eloso on
'Iho (lu.irilR won out by a stoio of i
to G and It ."B .1 tight go rli;lit u,i to
The second gmio was Iftwcen the
New Orleans and the MiriiX'E, mid 11
was niercl) nn oxcrrlru canter for the
Jackles. who won by a score of in to 1
Tho K.'illoitt showed fit it class form
mid their lulling was lino. Judging
from Ihu wn) the placl 011 Saturday
thero wore plent) of peoplo hi
thought that tbu sailors could ban
llnio's lleauts u packngo In joste
ilny's gamu. IIowumm, tbut,,w.iu ii'm
to be, and jtstrrda) s defeat, m J Im
largely attribute,! to Iho fact that the
Sew Orleans pilch 1 was injiiied and
unable to phi.
There were nut many spectators at
the grounds on Hilorday but the sail
ors who wcro picient did some fliu
rooting for their team and tho way
they rang cow belts und did ether
stunts kept the I ins amused.
it tt tt
"1'erhnps no pltther In the- history
of the gnme eer suffered 11 more
cruel defeat than did Dolly (I ray.
the southpaw ot tho Washington
temn, Inst summer.
"(liny opposed the White Sox nt
Chicago on Aug. 2" und In mini)
ways pitched a wonderful gnme. The
storers rnve I'nt Doughert n hit on
a ilrho ti 'lob ttnglaiib that he fum
bled, but after the game rngl.iub
himself admitted that hu should lm
handled tho giounder enslfy If eei
11 pitcher worked a no-hit game. Urn)
did that day, et he lost, i! to 4.
"In the second Inning of tho con
test for some le.isnn he lost control
of the hall. Desplto tho most strenu
ous efforts 011 the part of Catcher
Charley Stieet, ho was unable, to
steady him. In that ono inning Cray
pasted eight men, hecn of them in
succession. This lapi-o of wlldtiess,
coupled with tho thico outs, netted
Chicago six runs and the game. In
onl) thnt Inning did the White Sox
threaten the plate.
"Heat that If jou can'
"The ability of Hamcj peltry, th"
St Louis pitcher, Is too well known
to need comment Suffice lo say that
few twlrlers have an thing on him
ft tt ti
"Jimmy Djgert ot the Athletics,
who possesses one of the best 'spit'
balls In the business, won n garni
game from Cleveland Inst season un
rler most cxtraoutlnnry conditions
"For cais the Cleveland club lias
been a thorn In Dvgert's sldo Tin
Naps had the aggravating habit or
beating Dvgcit with monotonous re
gularll), In fact, so much to that
CiMiiile Mack seldom risked sending
Jimmy agulnst the Cleveland's, no
matter how good ho looked In the
w.rming up practice.
"Late In July MAck found hiiiHelt
up ngalnst a long rim of double
headers with n pitching statt that
was only In fair bhnpe. At tho time
the Athlei'rs weio In the thick if Iho
f.t;ht for liio pannnnt nnd ovnv
game meant n let to the foxy man
ngcr of the Philadelphia AmciltaM
"Djgcrt and Thomas was tho bat-
it.rv iiminnnfprl for the ficennd ifnillM
of the double-headei. but Thomas wins
didn't work very long In tho ver
first Inning a foul tip shattered his
right thumb, nnd he was compelled
to retlro. Tho only catcher on tho
Philadelphia bench was Larkln, n
collegian from Holy Cioss, who had
never taken part in n big loaguo
gmne, Thero was noining 10 110 uui
put him Intci receive
Fort Street Below Beretania
THE MELN0TTE SISTERS
5s 10c, 15c.
Corner Nuunnu nnil Paunhi Streets
MISS BEATTIE 0ALARDI
MISS ETHEL LESLIE
We Invite Inspection
Jack Scully, Proprietor
"We're All the Fashion"
If you want to sprinc a joke on
your friend, bring him up to the
Wine and Liquor Dealers
TH0S. F. MOTIOHE & CO.
101 and 105 Kinu Street
P. 0. Box 755
Phone Main 140
A PEACH OF A W0MA1I.
In sour presence in) heart beats
as lively ac u bass drummer In n
Your hair gleams In the sunlight
like tho upturned bottom of n cop
per kett'e '
Your lips nro as red as the printing
on n elicits poster.
Your voice Is ns soft us the atep
of 11 burglar.
Your teeth are whiter than newly
placed 111 irblc tombstoues.
Your wor,ds am more wlniilug than
a piteut medicine advertisement.
You mo dearer lo 111c than nn nf
ternoim oft when tho homo team
Steed Irndo nt'tlvo but prices lower,
I railroads developing large outers,
"What do jou think of a man with
a rip In his coat and only three
buttons cm his vest?"
"Ho should cither got married or
divorced," lloston Transcript.
1 fr . .ijy. --
i.,f.. t .... . . a'.i-V, 11. A II if iMlHifcn
, "You llainerlcaiig say wo 'have no
'umor," said tho loyal HrltUher,
"but I'll 'nvc vim understand sir, that
lllugllsh Joke'nrn liot til hu laughed
n nui rriJh"J''-,J