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HOW WAILUKU WENT
DOWN IN DEFEAT
ASIATIC NINE TOO
STRONG FOR MAUI
The Honolulu Boys Won Two Games'
Biraigni une at Aanuiut ana
Other at Wailnku.
Sam Hop nnd his victorious base-
ball team returned from Maul this
morning on the Claudlne, ana they!
report having had the time of their'
live j on the Valley
Isle. The boys."' u,e Bame al Kanmm ,0,,ow:
left Honolulu last Friday afternoon
and arrived at Kahulul on Saturday
morning. Most of the players were
good sailors and suffered little front
seasickness. However, there were a
few wno paid homage to Neptune
and felt better for It.
As soon as the bunch landed at I
... .... . . . . ..'
iunuiui, me irain was mxen lorj.
Walluku, and then tho fun started
In earnest. Nothing was too goo I
for thn Hnnnlnlti lnttnrfi nnil Ihpi
Maul neoole treated the bov to the i
best, of everything. A lino lunch
wns partaken of, and then the Asl-
1111c nine iruteieu duck to iviuiuun.
where the first mntch
was to be played.
A big crowd went
Walluku to see the game,
though, tho rain rather Interfered
with 'the attendance, the ground was.,' h-,';' .
surrounded by a great bunch of en
The Atlntlc nlno hit up one In
their first Inning, one more In the
third, five In the fourth, six In the
fifth, two In the sixth, nnd, finally.
one In the seventh. Sixteen rung is
going some for sure, and It was a
real swatfest. The Maul bos scor
ed one In their first, three In the
second, one In the fourth, nnd tlie-i
three In both the seventh and
eighth. Kleveii runs was also go
ing some, but the Honolulu boj(8
held tho Valley Isle ladu safe, and
the game ended In a glorious victory
for the Oahu team.
Then the whole party adjourned
to Walluku once more, nnd that
evening there was a luau that will
long linger Jn the memories of all
those who were prcser; On Sun
day morning the Honolulu team was
taken to Ino Valley, and much on
Joyed the trip. Then In the after
noon the second and best game,
against all Maul, toon place at Wells
A tremendous crowd turned out
fur the game, and parties of fans
traveled long distances Id be pres
ent. Will Chtlllngworth acted as
umpire and Dr. Doot also gave a
hand. When the first ball was call
ed a great yell went up from tho
fans, and when the Honolulu repre
sentatives made four runs In their
Initial Inning, the Walluku support
ers looked glum.
The Oahu lads were In a scoring
humor, and they quickly added one
more In their second Inning, and fol
lowed that up with two In-tlie third.
In the second half of the third, the
Wallukus made one run, and then
for five Innings they fallod to score,
The Honolulu boys made one In the
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eighth and another In the ninth,,
unit the game ended 9 to 2 In fnvorl
of Honolulu. I
On Sunday night nnothor luau
wbh given, nnd the vlsltorft enjoyed
rent Mnul husplatllty to the fulh'.U
extent. A smoke concert followed.'
I nnd everybody voted the evening ft
j great success. On Monday most of
the team went around visiting their
f l lends, nnd Tuesday
was spent In
Kuln district. On Wednesday morn
ing the whole pnrtjr left, overlan'1,1
for fjihnlnn nnil r.nrhpr! the nn.
elent capital In fine time to cntih
the Claudlne back to Honolulu.
All the members of the Asiatic
team wish to thank the Maul people
for thc, entertolnment. nnd all the
hois say they had the time of their
lives. The full score of the bin
amt at Walluku and the summary
All It I1II Sll O A
Hong Chack. If. . .5 1 2 1 2 0
N. Ayiu, hk S 1 1 0 3 C
Ah Tin. 3b i
Asini n .
Knu Yen 21s. .
Tin I.o cf. ...
Chun Duck rf.
Ah Twin n
'Apiil, lb 3 1
j English '31,'
All It Mi HI! 0
; v Dale
11 Meter p. .
ltnbelon cf, .
J- unrein zu.
1 I . I.HJMUU, II.
( T?-r.a Mr
Totals 32 2 & 1 27 11 3
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 r fi 7 8 9
' Rims 4 12 0 0 0 0 1 19
II. II ...3 0 0 0 1)11 28
1 2 3 4 5 fi 7 8
Runs 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 12
11. II 0 0 2 0 0 10 1 15
Two-base hits, A nam Chun Duck Ah
Toon Hal, Flores Left on bases, A.
A. C. 7, W. A. C 4; llrst'lusu on errors,
W. A. C lTlouble plnysl, Ah Tin-A)nu-Ap!iu;
hit by pitcher Ah Tin;
struck out. by Asnm fi Klores 1, May
er fi; bases on called balls olf Asum
0. Klores 1, Mnyer 1; wllil pilch.
Horesi-'passed balls. Hal; Innings,
pllrneu ny Mores s Mayer 4, 1 its.
off Klores 3 Mayer r,: charge defent tn
Klores; umpires, W Chllllngwortlrond
Mr. Iloote; scorer A. Wong; tlmo of
game 1 hr 21 mln
' ASIATIC CI.UH
1 2 3 4 5 fi 7 8 9
Hun 1 0 I I C 2 1 I) 0 IB
" " :'.:.".' '. r.
n,m. 1 s n 1 n n s 3 ni 1
II. II 12 0 0 0 0 1
Two-bnso hits Ah Toon,
three baso hit, W. Ilil; struck out. by
Asnm 3 by Klores, 3; baso on balls, by
Asnm 8. by Klores 7; left on bases, A.
A. C. 6 W. A. C. 7: passed balls. Ah
torn 2, Clement 2; wild-pitch, Klores 3;
double play Kan Yen to Ah Tin; um
pires W, Chllllngworth I)r llooto;
scorer, A, Wong, Time of gnmo, 2 hrs.
3 mln. x
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Professor Abe of Waseda Univer
sity will accompany the Waseda
baseball team to Honolulu, and Kd
Jtor Onodera of the Japanese JJnlly
Chronicle Is making arrangements
for the entertainment of tho dls-
PROGRAM IS NOW
YACHT NIGHT WILL
BE AT EMPIRE
Billv Kerr and Other Well-Known
Amateurs Will Do Stunti All
Proceeds in Aid of the Hawaii.
Plans for the entertainment to be
given nt the Umpire Theater In nld
of the expense fund tor the yacht
Hawaii, which Is to take part In the
transpacific race, arc progressing
rnpldly, and the prospects are that
when the doors are thrown open at
the Kmplre there will be a great
The scheme Is to hae a program
of aquatic Alms shown on tla
Bcrecn, and then to have a vaude
llle show by amateurs, who will
strive for prizes. Some of the best
comic singers In the city have vol
unteered for the show, and there Is
n treat In store for ever) body.
The committee Is working hard
on the proposition, and so far ever)
thing has gone well with It. When
the lights are turned on ut the the
liter there will be somo fun that
will be remembered for a long time
to come. The committee has called
111 the Jielp of a bunch pf morry
makers who hate always got soma
new stunts up theicsleove, and there
Is no doubt that the audience and
performers will enjuy themselves.
One of the star turns of the eon
Ing will be. a buck-and-wlng dance
by Hilly Kerr. Ho jtVIII also do
team stunt with another well-known
amateur performer. Those people
who have had the pleasure of hear
ing Kerr slug a comic song will he
glud to hear that he has a new top
ical song that will simply "knock
the audience from the first verse.
Tho Bong Ib called "It's Me," and
It Is said to be even funnier than
that masterpiece entitled "lie as
Knsy as Wi Can"; and if that lt
so. tlitue In eo ncto be some real.
old-fashioned laughter at the Kim
,,t n, hti
.. ' . we,,.kll0Wll r0oters'
.f.'0.8' of !"! .i k" w" 00,er"
,w'" he seated In the Ilrst few rows
at the show, nnd they will load the
jupplause In first-class st)le. "Han-
rail' Jack Doyle will doubtless be on
i,ai,d, and he'ls lying awake nights
now to think up some new "college"
1 There Is some talk of having other
shows of the same description (rom
time to time, and there would seem
to be enough amateur talent In the
cltv to make the scheme feasible.
There is more genuine fun to be got
ten out of an amateur vaudeville
show than anything else on earth,
and, providing Hint the program Is
changed often, the fund to lit out
tho Hawaii Bhould be materially
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The Diamond Cup will bo held by
Nigel Jackson for another year. The
coudltlons'vallow of this, although It
would have beon better for tne ac
tuul winner to get possession for
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ATHLETIC LEAGUE TO
BE FORMED SOON
Principals Are All in Favor of Idea
Schoolboys Take Interest in
At a recent meeting of tho Hoy.
Clubs committee 0f n1B y, j c A (
It was decided to set April 30 lis 1!
day for a big meet for public school
noys and'to' try.- iiii,.;i'i.,.i
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, .uuuis memseivis In the Interest of
mis proposed meet. An Interview
with I'rlnclpal Wood of the Normal
School led to the crystalizatlon nt
the league Ideas, and tho organiza
tion of such a league was nt onie
taken up with Superintendent l'ope
of the public schools.
Mr. I'opo wns enthusiastically In
favor of the proposition and of tho
association's method of organisation,
und offered his best services In the
promotion of U10 league.
In a great many cities on the
mainland, uilous athletic league
have been orguulzed by tho Y. M.
C. A. The u tlliers of the association
feel thu, .ie physical and moral de
velopment 0f the boy8 of this cllj
will be g.eatly Improved by forming
such u league. The large amount
of nthletlo Interest on the part of
the bos has led the association to
bollevo that such u league will be
Letters have been sent to the prin
cipals of the following schools, nsk
Ing them to cooperate In tho for
mation of this league and to attend
a meeting on Friday afternoon nt
the Y. M. C. A. for the purpose or
organizing such a league. The
names or the principals written to
nre as follows: I'rlnclpal Kltts of
the I'unahou Preparatory School,
I'rlnclpal Wood of the Normal
School, Miss Needham, principal of
tho Central Grammar School; Kath-.
cr Henri of St. Louis College, I'rln
clpal llaldwin of Kaahumanu School,
Mrs. Krazer, principal of KalulanI
School; Principal Taggart of Kail-hi-waeua
School, Principal Home ot
Kamehameha, Principal Merrill ot
Mills Institute, Principal Davis ol
the Hoynl School, and Mrs. Crclgh
ton, principal of Knuluwela School
All grammar schools of this city
will be welcomed Into the league.
The athletic meet of April 30 will
be so arranged thrt tho younger
1)0) s as well as the older ones will
have a chance of winning places In
It Is hoped that this Ilrst meet
will demonstrate the value and prac
ticability of such an athletic league
and thus lead to tho formation ot u
permanent organization to promote
the various forms of athletics in tho
public schools) When such an or
ganization Is completed, ,thls city
will have lined up In ono more re-
Bpecti with the ndvnnced movements
In the States.
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Sam Hon hnB sprouted out once
Lmore In the poet line, nnd the fol
lowing Inspired words are the result
ot his visit tn Maul with the Asl
atlo baseball team;
"We spoud one week's tlmo
At the Walluku,
Play the National game of baseball,
And woke up the country people
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