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IIILO DEFEATED WASEDAS
IN ONE GAME, SCORE 1 2 TO 0
(Special Correspondence )
IIII.O. Aug. 1 r. Last week wns n
flue one for (ho husebnll fmis of
llllii, the) triple tussle v, Ith the Wa
sedas pinvlng a veiy Interesting se
ries. The .laimiii'iit arrived hint Wed
uerilii), under tliH rhiipcroiinge of
Tun MaK'.il lino, nml were i elve.I
with g'teat otidiiialiism liy tliu .lup-
iiiiHfc popnlntluti, the new .lloiioni'i
.liip.uii'M. baud being heard here for
(lie Ural lime.
Wlillu tile Japanese 1ci)s mi tli
whole proved tiM) nmcli fur (lie loci I
pln era. II Ho need not In) ashamed of
the showing her nliiu made, 'for In
the (inu giimo In Which It Uhl hent
the Japanese, it nine them the worst
drubbing the hnvo h:u sln.e they
left the Land of the Ciirjsanthemiim.
The Karnes were good, a ml there was
absolute onler throughout the series.
The first game wiim :i most unfor-
tiinate one for the Hllo team Tho
.Iiipnnceo glint It out by it scoin of
li to 0. a n 1 1 the Jo) among the Nip
ponese wan great. There. wns a yent
crowd of Japanese piesout, and the
tooteix' eo tlou, composed of small
liiijH with Hags, utuler the leader
ship of a ell -master, had a very
busy time. The Hllo bo)s did well
enough In the Btart, hut after the
fatal sixth limine, where the Jap. in.
cho gathered nix mils, they lost heart.
The Japanese pltjed a ery reliable,
hut nut a brilliant, game, they could
be depended on to do their work, but
they took no chances.
The lineup of the tennis was a-
Wasedas Matsuda, p.; Yamnsnkl.
c. 01, lb.; Mara. 2b.; Iseda. 3b.; No-
noniura, ss.; MIKml, If,; Ogawn, cf ;
llllos Kd. Dosha, p.; lliown, c.;
Makamil, lb.; Il.iRton, 2b.; Aknu,
'lb.; I.J man, ss.; (leo. Deuba, If.;
Kupi, cf ; Solomon, rf.
The score by lulling was ns fol
Wnsedas 10001001 09
llllos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
uu tjatiinia) ulteriinon a great
slaughter of the Japanese look place,
the little brown men being defeated
In iKitli thu junior and the .senlcr
Annies. In the first game, of seven
Innings, between tho Kllnueas and
tho Knzaiis, the latter were defeat
ed by a s ore of 11! to 3, the, score
by Innings IicIiik ns follows;
Kllnueas S 0 3 .1 1 0 012
Knzalm :t0 0 000 0 !
The lineup was as follows:
Kltauens Carter, p.; Ahllin, c :
M. Vlerru. lb ; Aloiui, 2b.; 1 Vlorrn,
Jb.; Soiun, as.; Terry, If.; Iloblnson,
-f ; Ah Pook, rf.
KazniiH IUfcn, p.; Out, r.; Tn-
ketn, lb.; Takano, 2b.; MasaM, :ib.;
Tanlmoto, ss.; Kliuurn, If.; Huyann,
if , Suzuiul, rf.
Kilos Beat Wasedas.
I he lineup of the senior teams was
In some respects different from that
of the pruvlous day, the principal
channel! beliiK made In the batteries.
The Hllo team phued Ilodi Igues, also
Known as Ciook, In thn box, while
the Jnpancso bi'Kiin tho camn with
Omiiru ns pit hor ami Matsuda as
catcher, but In tho sixth IiiiiIiik they
changed back agnVi to the niiaiiRR
ment of thn previous du, with Mat
suda In tho box.
That one drink at our bar "goes
better", than TWO anywhere else.
v There's a reason why
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort '
The lineup of the teams was an
WummIiis Oniurn, p.; Matsuda, c ;
Tohlde, lb.; Ilara. 2b.. iKeda. 3h.;
Nono.iiiirn, b.j. ; Vamas.ikl, If ; Genua,
cf. : I iiknLorl, if.
lilies Itodrlitues, p., Tcdil, c ;
Makuiiiil. lb.; Knston, 21 ; Akail,
3b.; Lyman, ss.; (U-o. Desha, If.; IM.
Deshu. cf. ; Solomon, rf.
I'list liiulni; Wasedas' Yamnsakl
out oi: My to (ieo. Desha. Toll I do out
on II, to .Solomon; lted.i to flint on
I.'aston's error; Hurn out, pitcher to
first. llllos: (Ieo. Desha out on fly
to tight; l. man out, third to first;
Makamil out, pitcher to first.
So. oud ItinliiK Wnsediis.- Kilkt
borl out, catcher to first: Matsuda
out, pitcher to first; Ognwn out,
tombed by batted hall, llllos: Solo
mon struck out; IM. Deaha walked;
Kasto:i out on fly to left, A kail hit
to iieiond, Desha fortcil out.
Third InnltiK Wasedas. Mono
niliin files to center; Oiuura out, se'.
oiul to first; Yamnwakl walked, To
lildo out, pitcher to first, 'llllos.
Hinlrlmies to Hist oni short's error;
Todd witlked, advancing Itodrlgues to
eoiond; Ceo. Desha KJirUlied, nil
vaiiLlug Todil to Eecond and Hod
rluues to third; l.yinan to first on fly
diopped by pitcher; Mnknnui up,
ItodrlKiKM home on wild pitch, Todd
to thid, Lyman to second; Mukaiml
out on foul lly caiiRht b first; Sol
omon up; Todd nml Lyman home on
ptl.licr'H muff; Solomon to first on
shoifs error; IM. Desha to first and
Solomon to tetoml on short's error;
Solomon to third and Desha to sec
ond on wild pitch; Kaston struck
I'ourth Inning Wnsedas: Iseda
struck out; Hani ruitght by thin):
l-'ukaborl walked; Mntsudu out on II)
to (leo. Desha. llllos: Akmi out,
pitcher to first; ItDdrlgues tu first
on shores error; Todd files to third;
(leo. Desha to first ami Itodrlguea to
thliil; Dosha steals second; l.ynmn
files to left.
Klfth Inning Wusedas: Ogaw.i
caiiKht out on tly b) catcher; Nunu
uiiira to first on short's error;
Oimirii out, pitcher to Hrs; Nono
niuia steals; Yauiasakl caught out
on II) h Todd. llllos- Muknnul
struck out; Solomon walked; Kd.
Desha hit to first, Solomon to second,
Kaston gets first on hit, Solomon to
third, Desha to second; Aknu reaches
second on hit over third, Solomon
and Desha home; Hodilgues to Hist
on hit, Haston home, iiuil Aknu to
thliil; Uodrlgues steals so-ond; Todd
makes two.buRRor to left, bending
Akau and itodrigues home; (ieo. De
sha struck out; Todd steals third;
I.yuan out, pitcher to first.
Sixth lulling Wnsedas: T.obldo
out, short to first; Iseda out, pitcher
to first; IJaia out, third to first, lll
los: Makumil out, pitcher to first
fnlomou out, short to Hist; Kd. De
sha to first on hit to third; Haston
up; Desha out ut second.
Seenth Inning Wasedas: ruka
borl walked; Matsuda out on bunt,
Oguwa out, pitcher to lust, mid l'u
kahori out on neat double play. llllos-
kiiu Hies to loft; Itodrigues
(aughr hy tlist; Todd walked; Ceo.
Desha to first on 'hit to enter, Todd
to second, l.iiniui to first on first's
fumble, Todd home, Desha tr third;
'VARSITY MEN HAD A
O00D TIME IN AUSTRALIA
Played to Big Crowds in Sydney
Forty Thousand People Present
at One Match Schaefer Inter
viewed. Happy, nml full of good stories of
their tiuvels, the Cnllfornlan 'vilr
sl(y football party landed jesterdav
afternoon from the Zealaudln. The
joulig fellows hail n glorious time In
Australia and New Zealand, mill thr
whole expellee of the trip was borne
by the Itugby Association of the
Coach Sel.nefer of the American
iiuixerslt team speaks In the high
est terms of the re option accorded
the twenty-three members of the
party who have completed n very
pleas tut two mouths' lslt to the
"They could not do enough tJ
niiike things agreeable for us," sniJ
Sihaefcr jesterday as he was leav
ing the Canadian-Australian liner
X.ealandla at Honolulu.
"While away we plaed foutteen
games. Our party Included twenty
three people. Including tho manager
ami coach. Out of the numlier of
guines that we plneil, we won three
nml tied on two of the contests,.
"The) are certainly mighty keen
on sxirt down In the Australian
cities. One giimo that we phi) eel
while at Sidney was attended by at
least forty thousand people,
"The same brand of enthusiasm
mill encouragement was mot with
when we left tho Commonwealth for
n tour of Now Zealand. Wo played
mate lies nt Wellington, Duncillii,
Chrlxtcliiirch mid Auckland. At
each of theso games we averaged
mi) where between four nml five
thousand paid admissions.
"Our party includes ten Stanford
bo)s, eleven from the University of
California, nml two members of the
teuni were drawn from the Unlver
slt) of Nevada.
"Wo niu ujund for Vnncouer and
will then make hut n brief stop bo
foro getting hark to San Krnnclsco.
Tho trip has worked wonderB with i
niajoilty of tho bojs who left the
States only a few months ago."
The .party continued on the Zea
laudla, which left nt 3 o'clock this
:t :t u t: n :t it s: :: tt :: t: :t u n
I,) mail steals second; Malianul up;
Desha home on wild pitch, I.ym.in
to third; Mil Kami I walked; Solomon
to third on hit to left, Lyman ami
Mnknnui home; Kd. Desha out on II)'
L'lghth Inning--Wnsedas; Noun
muni files to center; Omuru out, third
to (list, Yamasakl out, third to first,
llllos: Kaston files to center; Aknu
tiles to center; Itodrigues to first on
lilt over short; Todd to Hist on
pitcher's error, Itodrigues to second
(Ieo, Desha out at first.
Ninth Inning Wnsedas: Tohlde
out, short to first; Iseda out, short
to fiist; Hani caught out hy catcher
Tho s ore by Innings was ns fol
Wat edns . .00000000 00
llllos 0030601 012
MEN MATCHED TO BOX
Parse of Six. Hundred Dollars Put Up
for Bout Fight to Be on Au
gust 27 E. J. Love Promoting
Jaik Cordell mid I'at Cornyu wore)
last night signed up to box a re'nrn
match nt vatchwelghts, oer n IT. -round
course, on tho night of Ail
gustT. The men will divide a JGQ0
purse, nml tho go may be broug'.it
off nt the Oipheiilii Theater I'll-'
match should be an Intorertl on .
and It will doubtless ilrnw n big
crowd of fans to the theater.
Tho men will box straight rules,
mid a competent referee will be np
pointed. Mike Paton may net as
third man In the ring, nnd if lie
does all will bo satisfactory. Mike
Is leaving for the Coast on the Si
erra, but Intends to return to Ho
nolulii within u short time.
The Cordell Coni)n contest Mm
hung lire for a long time now, and
It Is good to think that the men will
ineot once more. H'he first 'time the
men met, at the Aloha l'ark, the
fought fifteen rounds to a draw, mi 1
n fine exhibition of skill and t-u-duiaiice
was ghen by both men. Ilef
erco Paton gnte a good decision on
that occasion, and ho could hat illy
havo done other than call tho go a
Cordull has been doing light work
ever since his last match with
Cornyu, ami be Is lu good condition,
now. Joe McCurn. the game irish
man, tins been woiklng out with
Cordell, uiul the lesult Is that by
next Saturday weak Jack should bo
in tiptop condition mid ready to put
up a good fight against Cornyu. Mc
Curn is a good man to handle n
boxer, and he wades Into Cordell In
great style when the men put thu
I'at Cornyu has been also working
out quietly sin'o he met Cordell .and
he Is nlmrel eady to step Into ttm
ring. I'at " I not have the cervices
Of hrothei Dick to Work out wil'l
this time, hut thero mo plenl) of
other willing men who will go a few
rounds with him every afternoon nt
K. J. Love, who Is managing tho
show, Intends to stage n good piellm
I nary bout, hut he has not yet set
tled upon the men who will put up
the contest. There are half a dozen
good preliminary men In town, nml
there should he no trouble in secur
lug n pair of them.
Iloxlug Is looking up again, and
what with Cordell, Coni)ii, Miduiii,
Madison, Wnhllanl, Ilo.io, McColltrigh
and several others looking for go-e,
there should be something doing be
sides tho Cordell-Cornyn go Dick
a n st a n n a a n n u
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Inudla nnd the Intcrt news of him
r thai he was k Hooked out In the
ninth umiid of n fight with Johniiv
Minghnii To last nine rounds with
Miugauu Is n distinction, as Joliiinv"
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the Land of the Kangaroo.
tt a m
Mini hi. n. the voting boxer vvlip
kii'i keel out Do Mello of Hllo, enmc
In mi the Clnudlue this morning. Ho
tepo.tx thnt be nlmcnt had Do Mello
cut In (the firth lo-.iiul. nnd Hint after
Hint he had uu eas time Mndlii
Is willing to tight .Mcduni, ' If I'tho
Inlter will r.islte weight, or nii)oue
ii ire abi ut his poundage. ' '
Tomorrow nl(,ht nt tho l'al.ima
gymnasium, tho third basketball
gaum hitvvcttii the Y. M. C. A. ami
the Kurt Sli.if.ers will take place,
and mi culling struggle Is being
looked forward to by tho mipHrteiH
of both teams
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