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OAHU LEAGUERS WIN
' FROM SENIOR MEN
DIAMOND HEADS GO
DOWN IN DEFEAT
Rift Crowd Attends Nat. the League
Grounds Jewels, 7: J. A. C 9
Next Game' Should Be Inter
esting. There wns n fnlr-nlzed crowd at
the league grounds )eBtcrday nfler
noon, when tile Diamond Heads
were defeated by the J, A. C. nine,
This In the first time n bunch of
Juniors lime been too good for n
senior nine, and the J. A. Cs, must
be congratulated on their victory.
Tha score of 9 to 7 bIiowb what kind
of a (Mine It was, and It must be
said that up to the end of the fourtu
Inning the play was fierce, especial'
ly on the part of the Jewels, Lei
lie walked no toss than tweho men,
Jiid he had no control whatsoevei
In the earlier stages of the gnme, i
Later on the Diamond Head nltch-
er Improved a little, but It was tocnll
Inte, Lota, who caught for the
Jewels, could not hold Leslie, and
If was a pity that Thomas could not
play on the receiving end.
In their very first Inning the J.
A. Cs. piled up four runs, and the
crowd began to Inquire as to what
was the matter with the Diamond
Heads. Then In the second Inning
the Japanese aalrt made a raft of
runs, and when the haze lifted It
was Beon that they hnd added three
tothelr already large total,
'In the third Inning the Jewels
took a brace and started off to wipe
out'lhe lead of seven runs that the
Japanese Jiad on them. Four runs
were scored, and things looked i
little brighter for the Diamond
The J, A. Cs. made no runs In
their half of the third, and then thu
Jewels came out or their slumber
once more and hit tin two In thol
first half of the fourth. The score
then stood at 7 to C In favor of the
J. A. Cs., and the Diamond Head
supporters began to think that, aft
er all, their team had a chanro of
winning the third game in mo inter-league
There was no further scoring
until the seventh Inning of the J.
A. Cs , when they made a single, and
then repeated the act In the eighth.
This made the Japanese score 9 to
their opponents' 0, nnd the game
seemed to be a certainty for them.
The Diamond Heads came up for
their part of the ninth, and they
had a do or die expression on their
faces. They put up a. desperate ef
fort to win the game at the last mo
ment, but one run was nil tiaj. they
could manage, und'the game ended
9 to 7 In favor of the Oahu league
The J. A. C. fans were dellghtel
with the result o( the game, and
tbelr cheers could be heard a long
way oft. ,The team haB noWn leg
In for the championship, nnd al
though the Diamond Heads havejin nine, seconds and the second ono
won two games, there Is a chance of
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BY V. L. STEVENSON. " ' I
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a COMING EVCNT8. a
a Secretaries and malingers of a
tli athletic chilis arc Intlted tu send a
a In tlm dates (if nny eents which a
la ttiuy mny bo gutllns up, for In- a
BuiiKMi uuuur ihm uume ueuu. it
a Addiess nil communications lo a
a thu Sporting Edltnr.'lliillo'tln. a
It ATHLETIC PARK.
a April 17 Diamond (leads s,
n a, cs.
II April 17 Muhocks vs. Asnhls,
a MILITARY I.E nun. It
it April IC Marines & Infantry, a
a April 10 N. O. II. vs. Cavalry. it
a PI.ANTATION LEAGUE, ti
it Mny 1 Kwa vs. Walnlua. H
tt May 1 Aiea s. Wulpahu. a
a Tub of-War. a
a April 10 Inlernutton-il Scries
(t Skajlng Marathon.
tt April 23 Princess Itlnk.
It April 24 Mednl Play
il May 3 Opening of season.
tt April 10 McCollongh n.
tt Track Meet.
It April !(!
C A nt Ilovn' a
it April 13 Night Tournament (Ma- a
noa Valley.) it
a April 24 Irwin Cup, a
a May 15 Cooper Con. a
a Trap 8hootiffB.- tt
April 13 Weekly Cup. a
a Horse Racing. it
a WAILUKU. tt
tt July 1 Inter-Island meet. tt
It Trins Pacific Yacht Race. tt
a July 4 Start from H in IVanclsco., a
a World's Championship Fight, tt
it July 4 James Jeffries vifc Jack ft
a Johnson. tt
the J. A. Cs. taking the next game
and making honors even. Then the
fifth and deciding game would be a
corker nnd a hu(e crowd should turn
out to Bee the struggle. The official
score was as follows:
' DIAMOND HEADS.
Ituus 0 04 20000 17
J. a. a
Huns . . .
Three-base hits, Hoss, Hampton;
sacrifice, lilt, Chllllngworth; left on
basics, D. It. S, J, A. C. 7; first base
on errors, D. II. 4. J. A. C. 2; double
play, Akana-Irahco-Urlto; struck
out, by Kealoha 4, Leslie 13; bases
on called balls, off Kealoha 0, Leslie
12; wild pitches, Leslie 3; passed
balls. Lota 4. Umpire, Harney Joy;
time of game, 1 hour 30 minutes.
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At the Princess Itlnk on Saturday,
night thero was a tug of-war on skates
and after ten seconds of pulling tha
Marines dragged the Fort Shaftors
over the line. On Sunday night thoro
was another contest between the samo
teams and the half-wets again won
rfrom the Shaffers, by taking two .mills
straight. The first pull was all aver
only lasted seven.
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GUARDS AND FIFTH
CAVALRY WIN OUT
N. 0. H. AND SHAFIERS
HAVE 15-INNINQ GAME
Hampton Does Good Work on Firing
Line Boloun Pitched Well for
Infantry Much Interest in the
Out at the league grounds on Sat
urday afternoon, the second da'i
limy in me military serlea was
brought off. nnd-two games were
contented. One of the matches went
to fifteen Innings before It could be
! decided, nnd then the N'. fl. II. man
n,nged lo wlu from the l-'ort Shatters
II by a score of 10 to 9. The other
fcurne was won by (be Fifth Caalr
nine from tlin Mnrlnp liv n urnrn fit
4 to 3.
Ihe first game 'was between thu
(luards and Shatters, and right from
l,le Btnrl mere was something do
lug In the. run-getting line. In their
"rut Inning the Infantry made three
'runs, "and followed that up with two
In the second and a couple more In
the third;. The Guards inaliaged to
get n wan home In the first, and
then there was nothing doing until
the fifth, when they added two more
to their little list.
With the Bcore 7 to 3 against i
them, the Guards began to look se
rious, and they did their best to get
men around ,the diamond. Uoloun,
however, was pitching better than
he has for ears, and he held the
Ounrds down lu great st)le till his
Injured arm began to go.
There was no scoring done In the
sixth and seventh Innings, but In
the second half of the eighth th
Guards piled up three In great style.
Then, In the ninth,, Harry's Ileauti
made une more, nnd tied the scare
nt the last possible minute. For
the next three Innings there was
nothing doing, and the game bid
fair to run on till dark. In the
thirteenth the Shatters got two runs
nnd eerbn(? sighed with relief.
"That settles It," remarked the fans
to ono another, and It looked like
that, too. Howeer, the Guards
jumped into the (ray once more and,
much to everybody's astonishment,
made two more nnd the score was
The fourteenth inning did not
produce any runs tor either side, but
In the second half or tho fifteenth
the Guards made one run necessary
to win, and the game ended.
Hill Hampton pitched good ball,
and he Is getting back into the garrio
with a vengeance. There la not
much of the "has been" about Dill!
he only needs a little practise to
make him as good as ever he was,
Sumner played a great game, anl
he scored no less than three runs.
The mJUtary league series will be
continued next Saturday, and the
game betwoen the Guards and Cav
alry should bo a beauty. Tho om
clal scores of Satmday's games are
The Two Jacks
Marines ....10000000 23
5th Cavulrj.O 0 3 0 10 0 0 I
8umiiiary Two-baso lilts, v Farrls,
lliuison, llajcs; sacillko hits, Itob
Insou, Oaw 2; stolen buses, Hanson,
Curtain, Davis, Al'pln, Sinclair; hit
by pitcher, Shepard, Gibson;, struck
out, by Komna 12, Gibson 9; based
on called balls, oft Gibson 2. Um
pire, Walker; scorer, Lorrlu An
drews. Infantry ..3220000000002009
N. O. II. ..10002003 1000 201 in
Summnr) Threp-baso lilts, Huni
ner, Moses; two-baso lilts, Uougol,
Ilouloun 2, Sumner, Hamilton; sac
rlflca hits. Lenin, Mny, Weston, S
Clillllngwortli, Dole; stolon buses,
McCnll, Kltchler, Stanton, Liinon,
May 2, Weston, Sumner; double
play, Splcer to Lenin; hit by pitch
er, Kltchler; struck out, bypole fi,
Hampton 9, Ilouloun 7; bases on
called balls, oft Dale 1, Ilnmpton 2,
Ilouloun 2; wild pitches, Ilouloun
2; passed ball, Mqxes; Innings pitch
ed, Dole C, Hampton 9; hits, ofr
Dole 11, Ilnmpton 3. Umpire, Di
Vis; scorer, Lorrln Andrews.
MUHOGKS W W FOII '
ASAHJV-SCOHE S TO 4
Airship Took-Flight in Eighth and
the Japanese Team Made Five
Prior to the Diamond-Head J. A. C,
game jesterday afternoon, the Asahls
and Muhocks settled a llttlo nrgUmcnt
on thu diamond and, after an Interest
Ing game, tho Muhocks landed winners
to the tune or 8 to I,
The ganio was remarkable for the
way In which both teams made hits,
and thero wns something doing all thu
time In the way of excltetmut, Tho
crowd was worked up over the propo
sition and the fans ruado a real noise;
tha bleachers were not as crowded as
tho Athletic Park ones arc on Sunday
afternoona, but still a fair number ol
spectators turned out In tlino to sec
Tho Asahls appeared to have fliu
game cinched at tho eighth Inning
when thuy added three runs to their
previous one and tho scoro Blood at 4
to 3 In their favor, Honecr, the Mil
hocks settled down In grim earnest In
their half or tho ninth nnd piled up
five runs In quick order. Tho men
came In over the plato In quick sneces
slon, and It was all on account or wllJ
throwing aud excitement. The official
Runs o I 0 0 0 0 0 3 01
0 0 2 0 1113
Ituns o 0 O 2 0 1 0 C
U. II. .4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 2
Summary Home run, Chun Tuck:
thrco-baso hit, Chun Tuck; two-baso
hits, Arakl 2, Omura, Peterson; lert
on bases, Asahls 8, Muhocks 4; first
baso o nerrors, Asahls 3, Muhocks 4;
double play, Kan Yln-Asam-Petersonf
lilt by pitcher. Wall Kal; struck out,
by Wall Kal 6, Morlyama 4; bases on
called balls, oft Wah KnI 5, Morlyamt
t; wild pitch Tsunao 1, Wah Kal I;
passed lulls, Xnvlor; umpire Harney
Joy; time f gjiuu, 1 hour 15 nilnutra
ok .saturday last
Eliiha Andrews' Was Star Performer
Some Interesting Events Were
At the Hojb' Kleld on Baturdny
afternoon, the Y. M. C. A. brought
oft a Held program of events, and
although no records were broken,
some good work was done.
The pole vault went to Ellsha
Andrews, who cleared 9 feet t
Inches. He wob utterly untrained
ior any event, but still managed
to pull off the most points. L.
Cochran was second In 'the pole
vault, and he Just cleared 9 feot.
The shot-put was also won by An
drews, and he threw the sixteen
pounds of lead 30 feet 2 Inches.
George Uwallko got second place
with 35 feet 6 Inches. The high
Jump went to Albert Dolanux, who
cleared f feet 3 inches. Andrews
was second with a Jump of 5 feet 2
The hammer throw was won by
Ewaliko, with a throw of 85 feet
9 1-2 Inches. Jay Kuhns, who man
aged to throw 81 feot 11 laches,
wds second in the contest,
V, Marcalttuo won the broad
jump with a leap of 18 feet 0
Inches. James Natl got second
place, with a Jump of 17 feet 9 3-1
Inches, After the program was pan,
there were several trial rnunlns
i aces, and the inon all showed good
form. The Judges were K. I). Jllan
chard, Puul Wlthlugtou aud II. S.
Oault. John Anderson was nn
nouncer, and Paul Super referee.
Dr. Hand acted as scorer. v
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Tho tug-of-wur at thu Athletic Park
was postponed on Saturday night ow
ing to scu'ral reasons. Tim ground Is
In a bad way, the peoplu won't go all
the way to the Park at night time and
some qf the officials were unable to
be on tlmo. Tho probabilities aro that
tho tug of-war will bu continued at tho
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