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HOSPITAL CO. HAS A
CLOSE 00 WITH SHAFTER
Rond-Pounders Give Beauts Tight
Rub for Honors Kick Regis
tered About H. Williams Play
ing. At the League grounds on Saturday
the Military sorles was continued nil I
two gamcB were played. The M. 0. II.
went up against the Kurt Rugers and
the Knmo was a slaughter, which vnd-
ed In the Guards piling up a score that,
looks like a cricket match record.!
Seventeen runs to flvo looks like some-
thing doing and (hero Burn was. In
flvo Innings out of eight the Guard I
scored and good Ijealthy scores thoyj
were, too. Thednards made four In I
I heir first, and then did nothing till!
the third, when no lers than seven
runs were piled tip. Four more In tho'
fourth, and the score stood at 15 to 2
tho Huger boys having scored In
their second Inning.
The Rugcrltes tried two pitchers In,
a vain attempt to stop the runs from
being piled up, but it was no good
and the merry scoring went on all
the same. Every man on the Guard
team scored nnd nil, with the exccp-l
tion of It. Chilllngworth, made two '
Tho game was a swat affair from the
start and the runners were all the,
time flying between the bags at sprint-1
iug pace. Sergeant Harry wore a
pleased smile and ho considers thst
all ihe defeats of tho past have been
wiped out by the double wins of tho
Guards and Hospital Co.
The second game was between the
Hospital Co. otherwise known as
Darry's Boatables uhd tho Fort Shat
ters, tt was a good close affair and
the Hospital Co. only won out by 4
The Shatters led by a score of
threo to one up till the fifth Inning,
when jiarry's boys made two runs an
tied the score. Then thore was ex
citement and close play right up till
tho Inst half of tho ninth when the
stretcher bearers made one run and
won as related.
Tho Barry team has changed some
what, nnd on tho nine wcro to ho ob
served tho following well known play
ers, Walker, Wlnne nnd II. Williams.
They all played woll and tho original
Beaut team fs being gradually dono
Johnnie Williams was late, and II.
Williams wont Into tho gamo for a
whllo; this is thought to bo cause
for protert by tho Shatters and they
may tnko the mailer up. At any rate
thero was a blarney over tho matter
and some fairly fresh remarks wetc
The official scores are as folldws:
Ft. Shatter ...0 21000000 03
Hos, Corps ...0 10020000 1 t
Summary Throe-baso hit. Iintler:
two-bnBO hits, Akana, Walker, Eacri-
flco hits, McCall, Oonsol; stolen bases,
Klstler, Akana, Walker, Butler, Town
send; doublo plays, McCall to Brady,
Boulon to Brady; hit by pitcher. Town
send: struck out, by Butler 1. by Wil
liams 5, by .Boulon 6; bases on called
halls, oft Butler 2, off Williams 1, off
Boulon 1; wild pitch-, Butler; passed
balls, Wlnne.Kentner; Innings pitched,
by Butler 2. by Williams 8; hits, off
Butler 0, off Williams 3. Umpire,
Fort Ruger .,,,0 200300005
N. O. H 4 0 7 3 10 0 1 17
Two-base hits, A'Sulllvan Florcs, II.
Williams, Oliver; sacrifice hits, Lemon
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XX MII.ITAUY I.KAOIJE. tt
XX Mny 21 Marino vs. Hurt Bhnf- tt
XX ter; Fort Ruger vs. Hospital tt
XX Corps. tt
tt May 22 N. G. II. vs. Cavalry, tt
tt PLANTATION LBAOUK. tt
tt July International Games. ' tt
XX Oahu League, XX
tt ATHLKTIC PARK, tt
XX .Mny 22 P. A. C. vs, C. A. C; tt
tt Marines s. J. A. C. tt
tt Oshu Juniors. tt
tt Mny 22 Mil Hocks vs, Asahls; tt
U C. A. O. Jrs. vs. Palamss. U
XX 8chool League. tt
tt Mny 16 Kama is. Piinabous; tt
tt St. Louis vs. Highs.
tt Skating Marathon.
tt Mny 30 Princess tllnk.
tt COUNTRY CLUII.,
XX 'Slay 31 Bogey Touriiamitnt.
tt Juno 11 Four Ball Tournament
tt Honolulu club.
K May Si Malch, Play.
tt June 19 Foursome.
tt May 21 Opening of season.
tt May 12 Wall Cup. (Flnnls.)
tt May 18 Arinunl championship.
tt Juno 11 ProgressUe Tourna
tt June 3 Macfarlano'Cup.
'tt July 6 Sea Wren Race.
U Trap 8hootlng.
XX Mny 1R Weekly Cup.
tt May 22 All Day Shoot.
XX Horse Rselng.
tt July 4 Inter-lslumL meet. .
tt Trsns Pacific 'Yacht Ries.
tt July 9 Start fromBan Pedro.
tt World's ChampionVilp Fight.
tt July..4Jah1oTetfrlerf vs. Jack tt
tt Johnson. tt
tt Polo. tt
tt August Inter-Island Tournament, tt
2, Chilllngworth. Shrove, MrFarlnnd,
Young; stolen bases, Lemon, Sumner,
Moses, Brannan. Oliver; double plays,
Moses, to May; hit by pitcher Bran
nan; struck out, by llrtiwn 1, George
1, Flores 1, Lemon 4; biases on called
balls, off Brown 4, Stores 2; wild pitch,
Flores; passed halls, Gilchrist, Moses;
Innings pitched, by Brown 3, George
5, Flores 2, Lemon 7; hits, off Brown
C, George 11, Flores 3, Lemon 5'
m two cams
Aiea Defeat Waianae,
Too Good for Waipahu; Score,
11 to 6.
Thero was a rousing gamo of base
ball pulled off yesterday at Waianae,
The Ateas went up to Waianae with
the avowed purKso of gathering In
the scalps of the best that town could
place In tho field and they certainly
did so to the tune of 14 to 5.
For some reason the first pitcher of
the Alea's was removed at tho end nt
the second 'inning and John Meyer
placed In the box, pitching the remain
ing seven Innings.
Heavy battlng'On the part of Alea
won the laurels of the day.
The score of runs were as follows.
Wnlanao 30010. T) 00 1 6
Alea 3 0 3 1 0 b 0 3 411
Next Sunday the Alcas will meet tho
Walnluas on their own ground.
Tho result of the game at Kwa was:
nwa 11, Waipahu 6.
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J.A.C. AND C.A.C.
IN EXCITING GAME
BY SCORE OF 0 TO 4
Most Exciting Game Routes Fans
Score Nearly Tied in Lat In
ning P..A. C. Beat Marines.
All the fans who'falled to attend the
Oahu Leaguo games at the. Athletic
Park yesterday afternoon certainly
missed some excitement, and tho sen
sational finish to the J. A. C.-C A. C.
game had to bo seen to be nppreclnl
ed. Right up to the end of tho first
holf-of tho ninth tho C. A. Cs. were
lending by a score of 5 to 2, and when
the J. A. Cs. went up to bat for tho
last time most of Ihe fans wero 0,1
their feel ready to leave tho ground.
Then tho change citme over tin
scene, and In quick order the J, A. Cs,
got two men home and with a man on
third, seemed certain to tie the score.
The excitement was Intense but Apau.
the Chinese pitcher, kept his head aud
the last man up to hat struck out.
Then tho fans went up In the air and
the cheers for the C. A. Cs. wero
heard miles away. The game ended
In victory for the C. A. Cs. by a
1 score of 5 to 4.
tt John Xjo was the hero of the after
K noon and the way John swatted out
two three-baggeni nnd shortly after-
1 wards got home from third was a
"J treat to see All the C. A. Cs. playet
was rather wild In his throwing
from third and he made two errors
that were costly.
En Suo played second, for a. whllo
'but was afterwards put out In "thfc
country, where he Is more at pome
The famous stealer of bases only man'
aged to swipe one bag and that .was
after he hail been given a pass to first
Apau nnd Chi Bui formed tho hat'
tery for tho C. A. Cs. and tho pair did
good work; the former struck out clov
en men. Old reliable Chi Bui was
right onto his Job arid he was Johnnie-
on-tho-spot all Ihe time.
Ksplnda having pitched In a gamo
on Saturday, had to lay off yesterday
Dole took tho ball and did the twirling
for tho J, A. Cs,; he was wild at times
and was hit about a bit. Then he
settled down and handed out somo
good ones, which kept tho Chinese
guessing nt tlis, Tho game was a
good one and the finish exciting
enough for anyone.
The first game was between the Por
tuguese A. C. and the Marines nnd I'
I ended In an easy victory for tho fop
I4.5 Ewa Il.mer tenm by n score of 4 to 1. Tho
Portuguese played better bnll than
their opponents nnd Freltns and
Sonrcs did most of tho work, Qlbsoii
pitched for seven Innings, and then
as ho appeared to bo getting worsa
every time he went In the box, he
was tnkentout and Hlncs put In hU
place for tho balance of tho game.
The P. A. Cs. scored two runs In
tho third, ono In tho sixth and one In
the eighth. The Marines captured
one run In the ninth. The P, A
Cs. delighted their supporters by
Ihelr victory and everybody was
pleased to see the new tenm win
There was n good slxed crowd pres.
ent. aud somo 2200 people paid for ad'
mlsslou. Barney Joy umpired both
gnmes and although he had an argil'
ment with W&lker about a man get'
ting homo from second on a wild throw
which went Into tho crowd, Barney
was Iho right man In the right place.
'The official scores follow:
"The Two Jrfolts"
P. A. C.
0,0 2 0 0 10 1 01
0 0200211 06
U. B. M. C.
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
B. II 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 13
Summary I-oft on bases, P. A. C
10, Matlnes 9; first base on errors,
P, A, O. 2, Marine 4; double plays,
Storp-DavlsGaw; hit by pitcher, Dals
Kreltas; struck out, by Gibson 6
Freltns ;5 bases on called balls, off
Olbson 6, Illnes 2, rreitns 2; wild
pilch, Gibson 2; passed balls, Sinclair
3; Innings pitched, by Gibson 7 1-3,
Hlncs 1 2-3; hits, off Gibson 6 Um
pire Barney Joy. TI1110 of game, 1
hour 30 minutes.
C. A. C.
Runs 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1:-
II. II 3 0 2 0 0 110 18
J. A. C.
Run 0 110 0 0 0 0 24
B. IL 0 2 2 0 10 10 17
Summary Three-haso till, Jno. I.n;
two-base lilt, Franco; sacrlfico hits.
Hong Chock, Akana; left nn bises, C
A, C. 6, J. A. C. 6; first base nn er
rors, C. A. C. 3, J. A, C. 4; double)
plays. Apnu to Kn Sue, Hole to Franco
to Akana; hit by pitcher, Itos;
struck out, by Dole 5, by Apa-4 Hi
bases on called balls off Dole 1, off
Apau 3; wild pitch. Dole; passed b.ills.
Iloopll, Che Bui, Umpire, B. Joy.
Time of game, 1 hr. 40 mln.
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fifth mm win
m. mom MARINES
Camp Very Boyi Find Diamond Too
Fait for Them Leilenua Win
by 10 to 1.
On Saturday nt I.ellehua tho Mar
ines got handed n pnekago from tho
Fifth Cavalry boys anil when the red
dust settled the senro board showed
10 to 1 In favor of the Schofield Bar
Tho Marines did not seem able to
get going at all and ono of the ex
cuses given was that the diamond was
too fast for tho half-wets, niulMliit
the red dust got In their eyes and
blinded them. Slorp was snylng yes
terday that he saw a ball batted by
one of iho Fifth, and next tt hit hU
hands nnd stuck there. From the
moment the ball left the bat till he
had It fast, he had not seen Ihe splior.'
Kamna, the Fifth's pitcher, did good
work and his curves worried the Mar
ines a Jot.'Robtnsoh. who caught "for
the I.ellehua boys, alio was strong an J
bis throwing to second was very goodt
The Cavalry scored two. runs In
Ihelr first, one In tho third, three In
tho fourth, ona In Iho fifth nnd three
In the, lucky seventh. Rollins bit n
homo run nnd tho lull traveled about
a mile In the cslimitlon of'tho Mar
ines, The .fans did good rooting, nnd
there was much joy at I.ellelitm when
tho game ended. The Cavalry team
Is doing remarkably good work, and
they should about win out In tho mil
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TWO 0L (IlIS
i SATURDAY LAST
Punahou Defeated High bv Score of
4. to i Saints Too Strong for
On Saturday thero were two good
games of school baseball and the vic
tors were Oahu College and St. Louis
College. Tho losers were High School
and Knms, and tho scores wero Puna
hous 4, Highs 2; St. Loul 9, Kams 0.
The first game was played at the
Alexander Field, aud resolved Itself
Into a pitchers' .buttlo. Rex Hitchcock
did tho twirling for the Puns nnd Hen
ry Chilllngworth pitched for the
Highs. Tho Puns scored two runs In
tho fourth and fifth Inning, nnd tho
Highs could only mako a couple In tho
sixth, I.uk Yeo made a fine catch
when he held a drive of Desha, Rex
Hitchcock aUo played star ball when
ho stopped a hot drive from Chilllng
worth. W. Hoogs, by running In
among tho spectators caught a foul
fly of Chilllngworth, and well earned
the cheers that greeted the feat.
The other school gamo was played
at tho Kamehameha ground und tho
Saints whitewashed the Kams In easy
stylo. Error wero numerous on the
part of the Kams, and they show four
teen on the score sheet. Tho Saint
piled up six runs tn tho first inning by
timely hits and then rested till tho
fifth, when they added a single. Then
their did nothing till tho ninth when
two more runs wero added tn quick or
,. The Kams did not have a show and
the Saints won as they liked. ThJ
Kams may do better next time, and It
must be remembered that Ksplnda wja
pitching for the Saints.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
' Tho Banzals did not turn up to pint
the.Asahis In the Conil Cip seiioi
yesterday and n lot of disappointed
fans were very much disgusted over
the fulluro of the Bnntats to appear
The umplro finally declared tho gamo
forfeited and tho Asahts will take
possession of the beautiful cup.
Slurp, who scored the solitary run
tnuda by tho Marino team tn their
game against tho.Portugucse nine, did
nut get credit In Iho morning paper
for the feat Ho did good work and
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