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FANS ARE ASTONISHED
AT RESULT OF GAME
Team Too Good for Fort
N. G. H
Shatter Guards Win by Score
of 5 to 1 Good Ball Played in
On Saturday afternoon the unex
pected occurred, when Harry's Ueauts
went down In defeat to the Marines
by a store of 3 to 2. With whnt Is
considered to be about the strongest1
battery In the islands; It was
thought that the Hospital Co. could
not lose. Johnnie Williams nnd
Louie Soares certainly look like the
real thing In Hawaiian baseball, and
et with that battery In action, the
Marines managed to beat the Ueauts.
llines and Sinclair formed the bat
tery for the Marines, and although
the pitcher only struck out one man,
he did good work. Davis, at first,
accounted for twelve, and lie was
a host in himself.
The Ueaufs were the first to score,
and they did the trick In the first
Inning. Kn Sue was the iiero, and
he Hashed home like Halley's comet.
The' Mantles', however, got two men
across the plate In the second, and
Jed by one run. Then again in the
fifth Inning the half-wets Added one
more run, and the supporters of the
finfiitlu havnn (n Innb alr-lf
However, In the eighth Inning, "" B"'" "' '- ".
Harry's bunch made a run through when In the prcsoiuo of some ivu
ilushnell getting home, nnd the 'thousand funs tlio AvshU VeU Ilia
chance of a tied score appeared good. I Hunzuls by a score of 11 to 3. .The
When the Heauts went up to bat In first ball of the gnme was pitched
the first half of the ninth, everybody
held their breath In hopes that one
more run would be scored,) and the
Marines' total tied. There was noth
ing doing, however, and the game
ended 3 to 2 In favor of the Camp
The Ueauts combination was n
strong one, and it would have been
hard to better the team. Lemon, II.
Chllllngworth nnd Sumner might bo
brought In, .but, anyway, it Is hard
to realize that the Heuuts, were beat
en by the Marines.
The N. O. H. nine was successful
In the' first gnme plnjed during the
afternoon, and they trimmed the
Fort Shatters to the tune of 5 to 1.
Hill Hampton pitched good ball, and (
he' was well supported by Cutchpr
Moses. Hampton la gottlng back
Into great form, and Improves every
The. Ouards nearly whitewashed
the Shatters, and up till the last
half of the ninth Inning the infan
try had not scored. However, at the
last possible minute Qongol got
home safe, and prevented the shut
out. The rinards made two runs In
their first, one In the sixth nnd then terday, they could have about nc
two In the eighth. Sumner got counted for tho, J. A. Cs.
home twice during the game, and wfl( f Reo ,,
played great ball. Ac nh)e ,,0 go ,, the boy,
There was a fair-sized crowd pres- ,icllorvc Breat credlt-for what they ac
ent, and the defeat of the Hospital compllshed.
Our place is the resort of men who appreciate com;. .
fort, good taste, goocUservice, good-fellowship.
It's "The Fashion"
Hotel near. For.t
Co. nine was the talk of the place.
Sergeant Harry was nsimil.ded, ami
lie can not understand how the en-
j tii8tro)lio happened.
The following are the official
j stores of Uulh gam on:
N. (1. II 2 0 0 0 0 10 2 0 r,
I I'urt Shufter ....0 0OOO0OO 1 1
Huerllke lilt, I.i-inon; stolon liases,
MiCnlt, Lemon, I'lorcs; slrtickV out.
hy lloloini 11, llamptln T; banes on
halls, oft lluluiin 1, Hamilton 1; wild
pitches, llo'uun 1; panned hall.
Strains; hit by pltflier, Sumner.
Hospital Co 1 o o o o o o l o 2
Marine .. ..,..( L' 0 0 1 0 I) 0 -.1
Two-bane hit, Dutls; sacrifice lilts,
Makln, Ilushucll, Townncnd, En
Snug; stolen hasten, Kn Sue 2, Hush
null. Ilutler; struck out, hy Wllllumi
6. llines 1
bases on balls, off lllnei
2; wild pitches, Williams
Kielths to Ilushnell, (law to')eslerjny afternoon, whin the Ma-
Standing of the Teams,
Kort Shatter ..,.'G
X, (. ,',
IIottltnl Co .2
I'oit Ituger ..... 1
BANZAiS ill) Ml 10
ASAHIS li SERIES
Pint Game it .Won by Japanese
Champion Juniors by T3core of
11 to 3 Big Crowd Present at
Down at Anla Paik thero wan .1
by Vice-Consul Ida', nnd 8e;retnry
Soeda attempted to hit It, and did
ho with great success, the bull go
ing oer third basemnn's hc.id safe.
Tlio series will be for the best
two nut of three games, nnd the
winning team Is to get u beautiful
slUer cup which I us beou preient-
cd by the Jnpancbe Consul-Get ere I
The main feature of the gam wis
Kojima s long in lining entcn in tne
and fine throw homj in1
time to catch the runner nt the
homo plate. NIslil nnd Moilynma
formed the battery tor the Asahis,
and the pair did as well as ever
they have on the local diamonds,
Yamashgro did the twirling for
tho Hanials, and he was supported
by Mukuuchl. The latter managed
to score a run for his sldo also, nnd
did well on the whole.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tlio sons of Portugal certainly
showed their ixiy esterday when their
team defeated tlio Chinese, Athletics
by 5 to 0. Tho P. A. C. players
showed no truce of singe fright, and
they settled down to work In great
stvle. On Iho form thev showed yen
Stay a minute or an hour; buy or not.
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MARINES AGAIN DO v
Portuguese Nine Also Capture Hon
ors From Chinese Athletics
Fine Ball Games at Athletic
All four teams are tied lu the
n.ihu league series at the . Alhletlo
nik. and the unexpected happened
rlncs, fresh from tneir victory of
Saturday over tlio Hoipltal' Co.,
handed the champion J, A. C. team
a package to the tuno of 2 to 1. The
Portuguese nine also turned ( ut to
be winners, an 1 defeated tin Chi
nene Athletics by a scon of & to 0.
i mere was a rood crowd or tans
nmvotit nnil th rnntlrv w&i lm-
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menne. The weather was ideal for
baseball, and the spectators enjoyed
themselves to the limit. The suc
cess of the Marines and Portuguese
teams delighted the fars, who had
Imagined that the games would be
rather oue'sldcd the other way.
Kreltns and Soares formed the
battery for the PdrtiigUes'e andre
marknbly good work they did,.
Pre It us Is a cool, level-headed play-
er, undone worked well in conjunc
tion with Soares. Deponte, who
pitched last week, held down sec
ond und gathered In all that came
his way. Joe Teves was changed
from second to short, and his game
showed a marked Improvement
"Apau did the twirling for the C.
A, Cs , but later on was relieved by
Amoy, who was seen In action at the
box for the first time for many a
long day. He struck out two men
during the three Innings he pitched
Apnu nrcountcd for three men In the
five Innings he twirled for the C,
The first game, between the Mil
rines and J, A. Cs., was a fine on.'
and up till the beginning at the
ninth it looked ng If the champions
of 1909 were going to be whltewasl
ed by the half-wets. However, K.i
Iml made first safo, then got to sec
ond oij n wild throw, and a minute
Inter stole third. Ksplnda then came
up to bat and ho hit to short, who
made a bad throw, and Kalml got
The Marines scored two runs In
their second through tho agency of
Sinclair and fllbson, and that was
all tho scoring done during the game,
(llbsou pitched good ball, and he
was fortunate In having Sinclair to
catch for him. It was a peculiar co
incidence that both the pitcher and
cntrhcr scored the oily runs made
by their side.
The official scores were as follow:
J. A. C; nuns..0 0 0P0 0 0 0 1 1
11. 11.. 2 2 1P 20 0 0 18
Marines: Huns. .0 2 0 C 0 0 0,0 2
. ii..oroo 2 1 00 5
Two-base hits, Haea, Gibson; left
on buses, Js A, C, 6, Marines C; first
'The Two Jacks"
base on uirom, J. A C. 2, Mnrlnes
3; double pluy, L'splnda to Dreler;
struck out, by albwm C, Ksplnda 6;(
base on called balls, off Ksplnda;
wild pitch, Gibson. Umpire, Joy;
time of game, 1 hour ft minutes J
C. A. C: iiuiiH.,0 u ii u u u u u u u
II. H.,0 0 2 1 1 0 ' 0.') 5
P. A. C: Huns. .0 0302000 ft
H. 11. .0020 1 00 1 4
Two-bsse hit, Ornellas; left on
banes, C. A. C. 3, P. A. C. 2; first
base on errors. P. A. C. ft; double
plnys, Tom Yen to Lu Sue In Aklnn,
l'rcltas to Deponte to Jowph; struck
out, by Krellus 3, Amoy 2, Apau 3;
banes on called bulls, (It Ircltas 1,
Amoy 1, Apau 1; Innlnpn pitched, by
Amoy 3, Apau ft; lilts, oft Amoy 2,
Apau 2. Umpire, II. Joy; time of
game, 1 hour 10 minutes.
Sfl-H OF WAIL II'
10 BE WD I0DAV
Mrs, Coulter, Captain Low, A. and
T. Richards Still in Running
Good Tennis This' Afternoon.
On the Heretnnla courts the Wall
Cup tennis tournament advanced an
other step on Saturday afternoon,
when the semi-final stage was reach
ed. Four matches were plaieJ, and
some interesting tennis was seen.
The first match was that between
Captain lxiw and Noel Deerr. Low
won out by two sets straight, al
though the second set was u'vniitngo
one that went to S-fl before the cud
came. The play was exciting enough
and Low brought off some good
"lift" strokes at times. The final
score wus ti-4, 8-1! lu Iiw's tutor.
The match between Mrs. Coulter
out It. II. Ilootli also ended In two
sets, both of which went to the lady
champion, C-4, 'G-2. Mrs. Coulter
played In something like her top
form nnd got In same brlllla.it
Then the match of the day came
up for discussion, and In It Ather
ton Hlchards and A, L. Castle met.
It was a great struggle and theaflrnt
net will long be remembered. Five
all, six-all and seven-all were called,
and then Castle managed to get the
two necessary gumes and win 9-7.
The second set wus also well
fought out to four-tnll, when Hlch
ards made every stroke a winner aud
ran out 4. In- the third set 'thrj
young pin) or did good work and cap
tured it to three games. Richards
won 19 games to his opponent's 16,
and the match was a beauty.
The last match of the, day was be
tween Theodore Hlchards and II. S.
Gray, and It went to the full three
sets beforo the end came. Gray took
the first set, C-2, but Hlchards then
got going and ran out an easy win
ner in the second set; scoro, 6-1. In
the third set Hlchards also showed
how good he Is by taking It 6-1. This
ended the play for the day and left
four plovers In the semi-finals. Cap
tain Low will play Mrs. Coulter, anC
Atherton Richards will play hli
father, Theodore nichards, this aft
At hnlf "n't four o'clock Mm.
Coulter wl I pluy Captain Iow, who
ones flfiee'i to, the lady champion,
As soon us that match Is pau, the
most excitli g contest of the tourna
ment will tako place between Ather
ton Hlchards and his father, Theo
dore nichards. The two players aro
cratch men, and the match should
be a beauty, as both are playing In
the best of form. All the semi-final
matches will be for the best
t)iroo out of five sets, and lovers of
the game should turn out In num
bers to see the play this afternoon
at the Heretnnla courts.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Louis Soares got an awful blow from
the ball as ho was walking to tho pin.?
beforo. the game started yesterday. A
Chinese was practicing pitching nnd
soares, who was watching a photog
rapher at work, walked right In front
of tho ball, which struck him on tho
Jaw and knocked him out. Louie,
however, stuck to his guns, and ni
tlio game through, although ho had to
keen nutting Ice on his Jaw to case
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