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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 18. 1910.
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LOCAL TEAM BEATS
There was n Croat rceno of ex .
riteiuciit and, for the Americano, de
light, when on Batuidny last tboj
waseda Unit unity haseliall team
ivcut down In defeat to the local
nine, which was made up mostly of
I'unahoii pin) cm. The game went
to sixteen InulngB before any tally
wax reglstcted, and It was In the
drat half of the seventeenth that the
Oabu representatives got the goat
nf the Wasedas at.d won by. a score
of 1 to 0.
Al Castle pitched great ball right
through, and he appeared to Im
prove with every Inning after the
ninth. He did not glvo a pam to
anyone mid struck cut seventeen
men nlid, finally, shut out the Jap
anese, lie played beady ball right
through, and If he bad been hacked
up a little better by his team, the
Wasedas would never have got a
man to second base.
Wlnne caught tor Oahu, and be
played his usual good game, lie Is
cool and confident at all times and
never misses u chanio of making a
catch. One II y that ho made on
Saturday was u peach; the ball
almost struck the roof of the grand
stand, and grazed the front when
Omura was In tho box for Wo-
seda and ho struck out fuurteen
men. lie gave three bases on balls,
aud was pitching nlnm.it as good
ball at tee close of tho long gamu
as he did at tho beginning when
Xotnlng but pralsecan beawald
cd tq Ynmaw.tkl, who held the big
mill for. the Wasedas. He Is n first
class catcher and covered himself
with glory by the way he did his
work. Ynmnwlki brought off a ihwi
brilliant etch behind the plate
when he went after a ball that had
been fouled high In the air along
side tho grandstand. Cries of
"Can't get It!" went up from all
around, but Yamawlkt raced back
alongside tho stand and, glueing
his eyes on the speck In tho sky,
calmly wultij to 3oe If the descend
ing ball would bit the roof or Just
shave It. Every eyo.wao focussid
on the waltfug catcher and a sigh
went up when he was seen to drop
his hands thinking that the ball
would not clear tho building. Then
ovorybody sprang to their feot aud
cheered themselves hoarse ns Ya
mawiki thrust his hands forward
and the ball, missing the root by
an Inch, fell Into his mitt and stuck
there. It takes a long time to tell
andMt steuied u long time happen
ing. Oood Americans wanted l tlio
catcher to miss the ball, but as soon
as It was seen that ho had It, only
cheers for the brilliant effort were
given by both Europeans and Jap
anese. It was In the seventeenth Inning,
Just nB darkness was coming on, that
llaolo Sumner bit n two-bagger and
then Illll Hampton roso to tho occa
sion ouce moio and hit a three
Backer that scored Sumner. Illll,
as often remarket! In this column,
nlways seems ablo to mako a supreme
effort at a critical moment, aud hn
certainly did so on Saturday when
be walloped out that three-bagger.
Hampton did several things on Sat
urday that n seasoned player Ilk
ho !s-hould never luve done, but
considering tho way he sent Sum
ner home, everything will bo for
given and tho "roast" left to set
Hotel near Fort
Ior Inning after liming the men
i.f In, Hi nines went u,. to bat, but
mi ncoip could bo icglstercd. The
excitement was Intense, and when
mil Desha on three occasions got to!
third, the hearts of the American
faun almost stopped beating. Kach
time the batter fanned or went' out
at first, nnd Desha was left lament
ing in company with bin friends,
the looters for the team fiom Oahu.
Time nfier time the hopes of the
Americans weie dashed to the
gruu.iJ, aud It looked as If tho game
was going to be called on account of
darkness: nnd no score be registered.
Ileni) Chllllngworth a. ted as um
pire and ho held the Job down well,
lie Is 5 ii ling, but knowing the game
well can not bo bluffed by ntione.
"Klddo" wns absolutely tight In his
decisions on Saturday, and It III be
came an o!d hand at the game to
call tit in names. If any such thing
happens again on a local diamond
It mny end In the offending plajer
being ejected fiom the ground.
Another unpleasant feature or
Saturday's game was the wuy n cer
tain .wiling American acted while
his cmimi-Miicn wore battling their
best lo heat the foreign team. The
young nun In question Is u St.
I.oiiIh College boy and pitches for
tl'tl team. Ho also twirls for the
lapinrse A. C. nine, and U a good
man In the box, too.
He, instead of sitting among the
Japanese fans, contented himself
with getting" In behind the press
box nnd jelling out all sorts of re
mark.! about the American team.
His conduct wBB-rt)-lligirJtlng to
lovers of fair play that ho was
spoken to by a man who believes In
patriotism. The only reply was
somo kind of a )cll that the I'una
hours were no good, and that ho
hoped the Wasedas would win
easily. And the worst part of the
whole buslueeu was that his conduct
wns only actuated l) mean, petty
Tho Japanese plajed fair, square
and good ball. They deserve" all the
credit possible, but thoy themselves
would think It strange If, on one or
their own home diamonds, while
their team was plalng with a for
eign nine, u Jnpaiicvo was to get up
In their midst and not only root for
the Btrangers, but add Insulting re
marks. It is probable that any such
traitor would not be let oft as easily
as the young Honolulu "American"
(7) wns on Saturday. Such con
duct is disgusting, and any decent
mull who hears or sees unythlug like
It should do as a few men did' on
Saturday at tho Athletic Turk audi
speak plainly on the subject
Tho ofllclnl scoro for the game wui
Runs (i o o n o o n o ii o o ii n
0 0 1) 11.
Ilaso lilts 0 0 10 0 110 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 1 2-G.
nuns o oooooooooooo
0 0 0 00.
ilaso hits 1 100000001"
0 0 0 10 04.
Three-haso hit, Hampton; two
baso bit, Sumner; sacrifice hits, Cas.
tlo, limns, Ognwa, Nouomura; left
on bases, Oahu 13, Waseda 7; first
base on errors, Oahu G, Waseda 4;
double play. Omura to Ol; struck
out, by Omura 1 4, CaBtle 17; baBos
C. A. CS. WIN.
LOCAL TEAM VICTORIOUS
BY A SCORE OF 0 TO 5
Apaa Pitches Well and Rest of Men
flay Oood Ball Chinese Have
Revenge for Previous Defeat.
Once again the Wasedas went
down In defeat when yesterday they
went up against the Chinese Ath
letic nine. The scoie wns 9 ,to .",
and the Chinese had their revenge
for the licking they Kot some time
ago from the Japanese team.
Tlieie wns a great crowd present,
and nil the local Europeans were
huiiliig that the C. A. Cs. would win
out. At tho conclusion of the game
the fans rushed the ground nnd
cheered their favorites. Apau, wno
pitched for the C, A. Cs., got an
ovation, and well ho deserted the
Klght at the start tho Wasedas
sioicd one run, aud the cheers ol
the Japaucie'rnus were something to
IMbu to. Hut then tho C. A. Cs.
eame out aud made one also, aud
the score was tied. In the second
Inning the Wasedas started things
going, and In quick order had scored
four men. Then the fans excelled
themselves and the home rooters
looked very glum for a whllo.
In the se.ond half of the third
Inning things woro nil to the merry
for the supiotters of the Chinese,
as they piled up no less than live
runs, uiii then led by a scoie of 0
to' 5. Hong Chnck, Kn Sue, Chi
Hul, Aram and John Lo were the
men who got home safe, aud tho
Wiibt'da fans looked downcast.
There was no further scoring tilt
the second halt of the seventh In
nlng, when tho C. A. Cs. made
things certain by scoring three runs
through the agency of Attain, Akana
Land Akliia. Nino to five looked good
to the C. A. C fans, and so It end
ed, as no further score wus made
by either sldo.
Henry Chllllugworth acted asuni
plre, ami was satisfactory, ltaposo
kept track of the score, and tho big
crowd certainly did some flue root
lug. Tho scene at tho end of tho
guuic was a startling one, and the
loenl people lould lint restrain their
The first game of tho afternoon
was plated between the J. A. Cs,
and the P. A. Cs. and resulted In a
win for tho Japanese, who did not
have a man of that nationality on
the team. The score was 4 to 1,
and the J. A. Cs. nude three of
tbelr notches In the fifth Inning.
They regtsteied one In the first, and
the p. A. Cs. could only make one
In their sixth. Esplnda pitched for
tho Japanese and walked tnw men
The titHcl.il H?orcs of both games
were as follow;
Runs 14 0000000 n
II. II 1 3 1 0 1 I 00 8
C. A. C.
Runs 1 0 S 0 0 0 3 0 9
ii. ii 3 or. 00020 10
Sacrifice hits, Ogawa, Ayau, Asam;
left on baser, Waseda 1,-C. A. C. 8;
uttiitttttt a a a a t: a a a a a a
on called balls, off Omura-3, Castle
0; passed ball, Wlnne. Umpire, 11,
Chllllngworth; scorer, Raposo; tlmo
of game, 2 hours 30 minutes,
"Tho Two Jacks"
first baie on errors, Waseda 0, C.
V. C S, hit by pitcher, J. Lo; struck
out. by Apau S. Matsuda 2; bases on
called balls, off Apau 1, Matsuda 3;
wild pitch, Matsuda. Umpire, H.
Chllllugworth; scorer, ltaposo; time
of gitnc, 1 hour 49 nlnute3.
J. A. C.
Runs ...10 003 00 0 04
II. II 10201011 0 C
P. A. C.
Runs 0 0.000 1 0 0 01
n. ii oil oo J ooo 4
Two bate lilts, Akana, Walker:
left on bases, J. A. C. 4. P. A. C 3,
first bno on errors, J. A. C. 1. P. A
C. 1 doublo play, 1-Vanco to Akana;
struck out, by Deponto 11, Ksplnda
7; buses on culled balls, off Deponto
Esplndn 2; wild pitch, Dcponte:
passed balls, Itrito, Joseph. Um
pire, It. Chllllngworth; time of
game. 1 hour 28 minutes
it rt a
MARINES DEM UNIBE
AUIIETIGS-SCORE 2 10 1
Oibscn Pitches Well for Half-Wets
Several New Men on Team
Hines Plays at Center.
On Saturday afternoon before the
big game was played between tho
Wasedas and tho Oahu team, a pre
llmlnary spasm was put up hy the
Marines nnd tho J. A. C. nines. The
struggle ended in a win for the half-
wets by n score of 2 lo 1, and the
game was a good one.
There was nothing doing In the
scoring linn I'll the fourth Inning
when (Inw and Until did the trick
much to tho delight of the Cninil
Very tKiys. Tho J. A. Cm. then got
going In the first of lb fifth and,
through Illll itlce. undo a solitary
In the second Inning the Marines
worked n double play nnd all around
they played good ball. Allison nnd
niues were In the gamo nnco more.
anil fhn'Tonner struck "out nlnu men
In his oldtlme fashion and allowed
mi free passes to first "fllbblo Is n
first class pitcher when be Is on the
Job and everyone was glad to see him
back at his post again.
Arou. who did the twirlW for tho
J. A. Cs, struck out eight men nnd
wnlked nobody. Tho otTlclal score Is
j. a. c. nuns..n ohhoo o i
II. H.,1 2 10 110 0 Olt
U. S. M. Kuns.,0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
I).. H..0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 5
Summary Sacrlfl'- hits, Coll, Kn
lint; left on base" J. A. C. 4, Marines
(i; first baso on errors, J A C, 1.
Marines 3; double plays, Ktmincl
Hlncs. Dahl-Wullllnm.i; hit by pitch
er, Iloss, Hlce; struck out by fltbson
J by Arno 8: liases on called balls,
off Gibson 0, oft A'n 0; passed balls.
Iloopli; umpires, Chllllngworth nnd
Monnhan; tlmo of game, 1 hour and
ji a a
AND DE MELIO BOX
FIFTEEN ROUNDS Ml
Good Contett Pulled Off by Al Wil
son in Rainy City Another Go
Last Saturday night in the Armory'
at lllio mo nneen rounus uoxiug con
test butwecn Wnhllanl and Do Mello
was fought out, and It endod In u
draw after somo ficrco fighting In
which Wnhllanl held Ills own with
his much heavier opponent.
A wireless was received thin morn
ing telling of tho result and nddlns
Unit a return go wns wanted for Au
gust. Al. Wilson, tho well known
HUp sport Is promoting the fistic
.bows In the rainy city, and ho Is
said to havo offered big money for
nnother go botween Wnhllanl nnd I)
Helno Is In charge of Wnhllanl and
ho wants his man'to box again early
next month. Tho native boy must
huvu made a hit with tho Hllu fight
funs, and It is probnble'that another
go will bo pulled off In tho nenr fu
ture. FIFTH ailWUIQ
'IT POLO BY
Honolulu Players -Score 8 to Vr-
Sam Baldwin in Great Form
Walter Dillingham on Deck.
On the Moanalua polo field on
Saturday uftornoou the Oahu team
met nnd defeated tho Klfth Cavalry
after eight perluds of six minutes
each had been played. Tho scoro
at tho finish was 6 to 1-2. Tho Cav
ally scored two goals, but through
fouls and safeties tho total was re
duced to 1-2 point.
The Oahu men" scored three goals
In the first period, and Al Magoon,
Walter Dillingham and Sam Halil
win did the trick, Sam Ualdwin
again s.ored In the secoud period,
after mailing u tine run uowii tue
It wub Sam llaldwlu who again
In Hie llftli nerlod hit a beautiful
goal and tho Oahu total was then,
lUo. In the Inst period Sam again
hit a goal, but Erdman wiped tho
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SATURDAY, JULY 1G:
J. A. C. vs.U. S. M. C.
0. C.. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 17:
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA
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H0YAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
will hold its flttt quarterly dance on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall. .
GOOD MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
score nut by two fouls. .
Al Magoon played six periods ns
number one, and then Erdman took
his placo. Harold. Dillingham play- '
ed isuisitsor two; Waller Dillingham,
three; and Sam llaldwlu, four. The
Cavalry team was as follows; Hhcrl
dan, llnutou, Fospett and Andorson.
There was a fair-sized crowd
present, but nothng like what will
turn out to see the Intor-lolatid tour
nament next month. The ponies
were In good condition, and some of
the runs mado woro brilliant,
a a a
DOTS AND DABHES.
Company A defeated Company D
at Camp Very teslerday, and the
store was 10 to 7, Tho standing otg
me teams in ine .Marine series is
as follows; Company A, .700; Com
pany C, ,CGG; Company 11, .333;
Company 1), ,2a0.
The Viking won the Pearl sail
Ing raco yesterday, and by doing bo
has taken the lead ou points In the
Myhre Cup. The Viking has now
got 10 points, the Ivy C, the Pearl
3, and the Uku 0.
The Kurt linger buys were beaten
by the rtfth Cavalry team yester
day In u ball game plajed at Lei
lehuu. The Fifth scored 1C runs tu
their oppononts' 1, and the game
was very onesided.
Alea defeated Ewa by a score of
13 to 10 yesterday morning at the
league grounds, and great was theA
Joy of tho rooters of the first. named