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SOLDIERS WIN. I WA3BDAB. RUGBY. I
ALL-MILITARY TEAM SCORED
THREE RUNS IN THE EIOHTH
Japanese Have Now Lost Four Games
. in Succession Robinson Flayed
Fine Ball Kentnor the Hero
Great Playing by Teams.
Once tiiuro (lie Wascdas have gono
down In ilefpat. ThU Unit) In was to
tho All-Military team, ntnl the scoro
wan 6 to 5. Tho Wascdaa led by n
score or 6 to o up till tlio eighth Inn
ing, wlui clli Service boys irtmo
through and mndo tlirco runs. It was
nn exciting finish and tho American
fans wcro delighted with tho hjvfng
of tho Boldlora. Tho Smedu lme
now lout four gamca running, and
their measure appears now to have
been taken by the Honolulu lear.u,
Itoblniion caught for .tho toldlers
yesterday and It surprised Home lvo
pie to boo him In tho i;aine. On tho
posltho assurance of an .officer, who
called at tho D ti 1 1 e.t I n oblce, It was
stated that Koblnson could not play
on account of his having to take part
In a rlfto shoot. However, tho red one
turned up. and plajed his usual good
game. , .
Peyton pitched two Innings und
then asked that Dell take hla placo In
the box. Peyton struck out two men
and gave pusses to three; Hell, who
took his place, struck out (ho nnd
allowed two men free transportation.
He was well held by Koblnson, who
seems able to stop anything from a
slowcurro to n rifle bullet.
In the first Inning tho soldiers
scored two runs and their supporters
ropted as 'if tho ga-no was over, l'ut
the tuno waa changed when tho Vn
sedas hit up tlirco In tholr second und
led by one run . Tho 4odlcra' socoud
Inning produced nothing, and the V.i
scdas then In their third mndo one
more. With the score at 4 to U the
Wuscdas felt good but tho Military
boys came again and added one more
to their, total in the second half of
Then hero wus no further avor
leg till tho Boventh when 'tho Waso-
das once more scored, and the store
stood at E to 3. It looked as If the
game was all over and the American
fan a felt disgusted. However, in the
eighth Inning the unexpected occur
red and three runs woro tallied. It
waa Kentnor, the heavy hitter from
Fort' Shatter, who did the trick. Hob
InBon hit, it two-bugger and stored
0'3ulllvan) Dell walloped out a two
Backer and Itoblnson dashed homo.
Kentnor hit n peach down past first
and Dell got1 homo Bate; It waa oxclt
Ing enough for anything us there;
wore two men down when tho big hit'
tlug Unto. BtrjJEkjJieJfrlGhtj jsajt...
Tho gamp attracted a big bunch of
fans considering that It wua a week;"
day and that tow could get off In tlmo
for the 'match., ,Tho official score was
as follows'. "' ,
, ,7,",JtjV JBmt FasM&n "
Itlins 0 3 10 0 0 10 05
II. II 0 2210000 U 5
Itun 2 0100003 C
II. II 2 12 10 0 14 II
Threc-bnue hit, Woltcra; tno-bnse
hits, Hell, Kentnorr eacrlllco hits,
Lchn 2, Davis, floblnson, Yamawakl,
Iluns 0 3 10 0 0 10 05 scored, The sccno was then n won- 8 "M
01, lscdn, Nonomurn; left on bases,
Wimcdn G.Mllltary 8; double play, Mc-
Call to Woltcrs to Itn Ih: struck out,
by Peyton 2, by ltd I G, by Omura 3;
first base on called balls, by I'ayton 3,
by Hell 2, by Oniuru ; wild pitch,
Hell 1; passed balls, Ttoblnson 2; In
nings pitched, by Teyton 2, by Dell 7;
lilts, off Peyton 2, off Dell 3. Umpire,
Walker. Scorer, Jackson. Time of
game, I hr. 39 mln.
III NEAR FUTURE
Many Pugs Arc Ready to Take and
Oive a Punch Cordell-Cornyn
Wiihllniil and Do' Mello will box
another match hhiio (line In August,
41 ml the-1IIU. fans -are.-ejfaii:-U sec
the two moil In artlun once more
Tho Inst time tho tun met the)
fought (o a draw, and Die go pleased
all tho Italny City sports.
, Iloxliig In HonoHilif Beetim to be
under I he weather at, prcent, but as
soon as July 26 Is pnst, u rdiowed In
terest should bo taken -In the snort.
There uro several good( ix-rappers In
town at present, und vltli the Cor.
ilellCornyn match assured, a start
should be .made on.soo.jlrilerw)),ng
Shan's. Joe'Mcdurn U willing to
have a go at anjone, and he Is n
good man,, too.
Young Clans Is keeping In condi
tion, und Is hoping that comcone
around about his weight will show
up soon. OaiiB pleased everybody by
the way ho shaped In the ring n
couple of months ago, and ho should
bo a hard nut for anyone of'hls clasb
:t t: n
DOTS AND DASHES.
Iiy special letpiust another stanza
of tho "Odo to Jack Johnson" Is now
publluhcd; It 1' ae follows:
"Von both hao gained "Slmollona"
And If you're prudent need to fight no
'iVhllo Jim In orange groves
Vost likely will pit bis
TIs moie than likely
Yours coca Into 'I !-.
Old reliable "Andy," who used to
catch for the Marino regular team,
was badly cut about tho faco yester
day whllo catching for Company I)
One of the Company A men came elid
ing In 'feet first nnd struck Anderson
In the face; the wound was a nasty
one, but Andy was soon patched up
and buck In the gume again.
. Tho lookout id. Illamond Head Is
hilng l-ept well and the first sign of
any of tho tranf-l'aclflc raters will
be nt, nnio signalled by four plaits. of
the .whistle, that utinounevs. the urrlv
111 flf JtoI"?rjl v,i
Tho boxing gaino Is looking up
I now, and Larry Twootney Is a good
I man to manage any show that may be
- puueu on,
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MATCH WON BY SYDNEY
Americans Show Excellent Form and
Nearly Defeat Antipodcans
Some Brilliant Play by Both
Sides Score, 10-0.
International Rugby football has
come to stay as far as California and
Australia aro concerned and, Judging
by the result of tho second gaino bo
tween tho Americana and tho Sydney
University fifteen, II won't bo long
till tho Callfornlans will be able to
more than hold their own with Iho
Kunguroolandcra. The first gaino wus
won by the Sydney men by the rather
easy score of 17 to 6. The 'second
mutch was also won by ithe Sydney
to 9 shows what sort of a struggle It
The line-up of tho Callfornlans "it as
us follows! Hull back, Dwlgglnaj
throe-quarti r, Hoth, Morris, Watts;
five-eighths, Klllott and Allen, baif,
Krb; forwards, Dennett, Kitting, polo,
Swnrtz, Hardy, Phlegcr, llorton, Che-
Sydney won the ot and the Aracr
lcans,.put In some lively work right
at tbe Btart Their eiforti were nul
tilled, however, by u lata of combine
tlon. M'Lellan of Sydney, got tbe bul
from a Una out and sent It-to Kelly
who passed to Adamson wbo throw to
Jekyll and the tatter dashed otur the
lino for the first scoro of tho mutch;
Fisher kicked a goul from tho try and
8ydney 'Varsity led by S to nil us tho
first half ended.
In the second half tho Callfornlans
showed the best bit of work they have
done In Australia and In a rushing bit
of passing, very nearly scorod soon
after the game was resumed. From a
line out on their right, Hardy got hold
and puutcd across the Held. Quick as
lightning Buurtc, Klllott. Morris and
Watts received tho ball In rapid suc
cession, and tho result was a melee of
legs and arms on the goal lino, from
which the ball at last escaped unat
tended; it was a nurrow escape for
Shortly aftorwnrds Allen took tho
ball from a llncout and passed to
Swartx and then to Dennett, who
scored near the corner post; Ihe ef
fort at goal was fruitless and tbe
score then stood at Sydney f, Amer
Hardly had the cheers died d6wn
before Fitting got his forwards to-
geth and cutting around, passed to"
llorton. who scored. The kick for
goul was a bad ono und still America)
was In the lead by 6 to C. j
Then ,tho Sydney men took a brace
and after some pretty work Jekyll (
and Reynolds dodged through, short
passing. .aa they, wont and. Heyliolds.v'
scored, nsner aicaeu me goui iroui.
the try. and the score wus: Sydney
lu, America &. .-,.
The California then rallied and
after some wonderful work byIfbr-
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ton ho nt last fell over tho lino and
scored, The sccno was then a won-
dorful ono nnd tho morlcan residents
throw their lints In iho air and )cllcd
Ilolo Just failed to kick the goal
which was ut a dllllcult angle The.,
game went on till the whistle without
any further scoring being done, nnd
the match ended In a victory for Syd
ney by a acoro of 10 to 9. Tho. Call
tornlnans played great football and
seem to tmprovo every time they gel
out on the field.
Thoro nro thousands of Amcrlcuns
settled In Australia and they all ap
pear to havo turned out for tho foot
It It 11
MARINE BASEBALL GAME
WAS VERY CLOSE
Company B Defeats Company A by
a bcoro of 0 to 8 Six Runs
Scored in One Inning.
Another close baseball game was
played esterday nt the Marino Camp
when Compnny II defeated Company A
by a scorn of 9 to 8. 'The winners
bturteiT" out In their first lnnIngTmd
made two runs, nnd ngaln In the sec
ond added one more. Company A was
not to bo denied, however, and no lest,
than six runs were scored by them In
their second Inning. Allen, who
bitched for' Company II, wus taken
out and Cllngroth took his placo for
several Innings. In the sixth Inning
Cllngroth was Injured nnd had to bi
replaced by Dorsey.
Company A made two In the Uiird
and the score stood at 8 to 3 In their
favorj however". In the se'Venth' Cotri-'
pany II got going ngaln and scored a
slngto to which they added four in
tho eighth and ono in tho ninth. The
final score was Compnny II, 9; Com
pany A, 8.
Tho Inter-company hall ntrles Is at
tracting n lot of attention and the
men tako n great Interest In the
McCall played a ureal gnniA against
the Wnsedas yesterday nnd" be reiMiied
to be everywhere at onco.
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