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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, APR. 3, 1911.
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CAPTAIN SAM WAS PRESENT
AT ATHLETIC PARK GAMES
C. A. C. Defeated P, A. C. 12-7 Second Game St. Louis
Won Easily From All Oahu, 8-1 Stand and. Bleachers
Well Filled at Benefit For Mariner.
i:Tii the hall players who wcro
practising stopped chewing gum nml
gave hearty npplnuso when Tony Mar
calilno took Captain Sum out In front
of the grandstand yesterday afternoon,
between the two guinea nt Athletic
Park, uiul Introiluceil htm to the crowd
on the bleachers.
Captain Sam Present.
The old white-haired snllorninn ar
rived nt the grounds whero the games
were being played for hts bcnellt nbout
the mldillo of the llrst one, nml he Kilt
quietly on the players' bench for n
Ions time, IcanliiK on his sllcr-hcndcd
eiinc nml watching the players on tho
illiinionil with Interest.
Received Ovation. I
As soon us tho first gnmo wns lln
Ishul Marciilllno took Captain Sum by
the nrin nml went out In front of tho
stand, near homo plate, nml there In-1
troducod him to tho crowd of fans
When Miirrallliin hail finished tolling
the crowd of Captain Ham anil hail
cxpteHMCil tho tltunks of tho cternn
to tho spectator!! anil to tho plujcrs,
tho Hawaiian Mood there looking up
to the funs In the stand, and right
nobly did they respond. l'roni the
blpacherM on each side the applause
Joined 111 that started In tho stniul. mid
for seeral minute nil thought of the
coming game ceased whllo tho fans
paid their tribute to tho man who luul
so nobly battled with tho waves.
There wcro two good games ut tho
park yesterday afternoon, und realty
tho day niiirkud tho opening of tho
imscbull season, for tho Sugar Luiguu
plned Its first games during tho day,
and out on the vacant lots tho young
sters worn hard nt It Imitating tholr
elders In tho sport gnmc.
At the end of the first Inning It
looked bad for tho Chlneso tenm In
their go with tho Portuguese, for they
had not u score ami their opponents
had threo. Ill tho second Inning tho
lead was still further ndianeed. whin
threo inoro totals were Hindu and the
ClilncMi boys had but onu to their
Apnu. who had been In tho box for
the Chinese during tho tlrst two In
nlngi, was taken out after allowing
four hits, and Ahana went hi to twirl
for tho C A. C team. That the t-linngo
was u good one Is evidenced by tho
score, tho new pitcher shutting out tho
Portuguese for hIk straight Innings and
nllowlng but three hits during tho
seven Innings pitched.
The Portuguese boys wero much
heavier than tho Chinese, but they
could not plnco their hits nt nil. Tlmo Iluus
lifter tlmo they walloped out hot ones
IN SUGAR LEAGUE
Aica Defeats Ewa 4-3 and
Waipahu Wins From
Four to threo wns tho
which Alen defeated Hwn,
Scoro by Innings:
C. A. C.
nuns 0 1 1 0
llnsc hits 1 1 2 0
1. A. G,
nun 3 3 0 0
llase hits 2 2 0 0 0
Thrce-baso hits, Knn Yon, Medclrai
two-huso hit, Apnu; sncrMco hits. It.
Chnck, Low (2), Knn Yen, Ahana; left
on bases. P. A. C. 0. C. A. C. 12; first
base on errors. 1. A. C. 2. C. A. C.
... l , 1... trni1.l...a in Ann., I
.. ." ' ' .. Ti ;. ..wm- itiio hciison.
IllUm U, IlilrU'H till lUlil'U MilU"i 'l Hi' - I
ilelroa 7. Apnu G. Allium 0; " lltl
pUdic, Apnu 2; paHCtl ball. HonrcM -V
. m 4. .. !.... ..I1-1....1 1... timu
?' ..r ' : ,." r.'V ', V'AV".incr. while Alen und Waipahu will get
U, rflllit,,., ., ..- ". .,..... .- -,
3. Umpire, Lemon; time of guine, 1
p.ihu won from Wnlniuio six to five In
tho opening gnnio of tho series being
played In tho Sugar League for tho
season of 1911.
It viih n good opening, mid nt both
Kw.it nml Wiilpuhu thero wcro crowds
of rooters out to cheer on the players
,. i wno are just gelling in siinpo lor mo
.,' I rruelllng work of the later games of
Next Hundny the tennis of tho league
cress bats again, mid Wiilnnno mid
l'.vra meet on tho grounds of tho for
hour 40 minutes.
St. Louis and AU-Onhu wero tho at
tractions 111 tho second gamo of the
afternoon, and this event win a lltllo
faster than tho llrst gainc. One hour
nml twenty-six minutes wcro required
to glvo tho decision of 8-1 to tho St.
Louis nBgrcgntlon, and li; tho llrst
gaino of tho day the pluylnK time was
1 hour 40 inlnutea. i
St. Louis played an errorless gnmc,
making but one mark against them
selves In this respect, whllo AU-Onhu
luul four to tlmlr credit.
It took eleven baso lilts from St.
Louis to get the eight scores they inailo
during tho game, and All-Oahu had
four liltf to mnko their ono tally.
Tim lineup and summary:
All It HH S1J l'O A L"
L'n Hue, cf 4 3 3 3 1 U 0
lliwhncll, 3b B 12 0 0 0 0
ClilUlngworth, sa.. 1100121
Williams. 1 0 1 2 0 0 4 0
II. IJruns, It ;g 0 10 0 0 0
tl. Drums, lb G 1 2 1 12 1 0
Milliliter, rf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
rreltus, 2b 5 0 0 0 2 3
Soares, u B 1 1 0 It r
together at Alca.
Allium hii ro a i:
J. Odlr. If
lllll llalley, ss ..
1). Kealoha, p ..
C 11. Farm, o ...
II. Ayau, 3b ....
1). Tliniiinurl, rf
J. llenlto, cf ....
J. Couiii, 2b . . . ,
A. I'oo Yati, lb ,
M. Cabrnl. 2b ..,
Score of 10-4 Made When
Two Oriental Teams Played
Again tho Muhocks anil Asahls got
together yesterday to try conclusions
on tho diamond with tho willow and
leather, and they hit out some before
tho KHUie ended with u score of 10-1
111 favor of tho Asahls, the Japanese
putting It nil over their Chinese breth
ren during tlio game.
Tho lineup and summary;
All It 1III Hit l'O A i:
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Ah Chew, 2b 3 1
M. Aken, lh B 0
J. Xavlcr, c-p .,..4 2
All Tin, p-c 4 1
Peterson, 3b 4 0
Chun Duck, If ....3 0
Ah Hook, cf 4 0
Wnh Kill, rf 3 0
Wing Kee, ss 4 0
34 4 9 '4 24 10 7
AH II 1!1I SI! PO A II
Arnkl, ss-31 6
Kiirlsnkl, If B
Murakami, c 4
S. N'oda, 21 3
C. Morlyniiin, p-ss.4
T. Morlyaina, ss-p.B
N'lshl, cf 3
KoJImn. rf i.4
Hayashl, lb 4
1 27 22 1
0 0 0 04
0 2 0 19
14 0 10
1 3 1 11
Totals 31 4 7 4 27 11 1
au nun Hiiro a u
J. Lllas. 3h
II Conlelro," ss
Jim Utltig, Cf
J. Ueuto, rf ..
Win. Meyer, c
J. Maeaiibiy, p
J. Tru veils, If
T. Lnn, lb ....
3 7 3 20 7 B
Totals 30 8 11 7 27 11
All 11 UU Sli l'O A
Walker, 2b ..,
Desha, cf ....
All Sum, us ..
0 0 3 01
1 0 0 03
0 10 1.-7
0 0 18
i i i 11
0 0 0 l,1''
Totals 31 1 4 3 27 17
Score by Innings:
...3 0 0 11
llase hits 2 1 0 1 2
lr II. ft lnrl,.l,l ni Inni. fllfl In Ibo nut- ALL-OAIUJ.
IL.l.W., l,i,r nlu'nvn Hint- worn nnlber. ' ltUIIS 0 10 0 0 0
n.l In nn,1 rtrt ,lnrrtnnA t.'nu ilnnn On Ihn 1I.ISU lllttt ., 0 2 110 0 0 0
scoreboard. I SUMMAIIY.
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mill a icoa 01 uvo scures on uinu, " "" ""', , ,, Tiinii ,.,son(
nt the end of the second Inning, mo on u.in'. m. k , "":"""".
riiini rf.,,1 uiniiiiv iitiwnnl. Bcnrluc llrst busy on enors, St. Louis '., All-
in each but tho fourth and seventh III-, Oahu li double plays. Q. llruiw to
nlngs. and ending tho ninth with n) 1-reltus, Williams to IVeltim to Uruns, t
leust of llvo, which m.ido their total struck out, by Williams 11, lliiyes J,
12, to seven for tio rortuguese, who bases on called balls, olt 'VWlllanm l,
succeeded In annexing another run In llujes 4; wild pitches, lluyca 2; pass
tho ninth, the only one they mailo aft-. ed balls, llrlto 2. Umpire, Lemon;
er tho second. tlmo of guine, 1 hour 20 minutes,
It was u good gamo to watch, four i tt tt tt
errors being made by tho Chlneso and nnI!t1tmilltnrtnnntll1
seven by the Portuguese. Tho fielding it M
,.r tlm tiittor toinn ulinufil tbllt tbCV m annm'V A I eMnAD tl'l'
had not got their eyo on tho ball In
tho proper manner, nlthoiiRh soino ,.. ,lf i,nnii nml nth-
spectucular work was dono nt times by 1,1,.i ,, ..,.,.1,1 notif,. tho
llu 1 lo 1 1 n of tho dates of pro- 11
it iiohoiI matcliCR bo Hint such in- x?
Scoro by Innings:
01 ltlllis 0 10 0 0
0 llaso hlta ...'. 0 1 1 1 1
ltuiiB 0 000
llase hits 0 0 1 1 3
Two-baso hit, Lll.is; left 011 huHos,
Alea 4, Ilttii 4; double plays, Ayau un
assisted to Too Y1111, llalley unassisted
to Cabral: hit by pitcher. Ayau; hlruck
out, by Macaulay B, Ki'iijoliu 7; bases
on called balls, oft Macaulay 3, Keu-
loha 3: Innings pitched, Macaulay 0,
Kealolm !: hits, oft Macaulay 7, Kea
loha 7. Umpire, lllll nice; scorer, A.
1 Dns Santos: time of game. 1 hour .10
s. .. ... ....... tl-
Tlio lineup ior uiu niuiuir-i,iii-pahu
Walnnae Kupaii, lb; David, ssj J.
Meyer. 2bj Munilon. If: 1'. Meyer, c;
111 Hush, cf; lllral, 3b; Oco. Meyer,
Wnlpahii Tamasca, If: (leo. Dyson,
rf; nodrigues, ss; Super, 3b; II. Dyson,
I . f,..,....nu . rH..n,1.u II.. I l.lwl It.,. -
inf, c; riniim-i. 11, ,i,,v,,t,, .,, v, ..,"......
Totals 37 10 11
Scoro by Innings:
IluiiH 2 0 0 0 2
llase hits 3 1 0 0
ltlllis 1 0 0 2
litisc lilts 2 0 0 3 1
Two-baso hits, Xuvler, C. Morly.inui,
T. Morlyam.i; sncrllleo lilt, Klshl; left
on bases, Muhocks 7, Asahls 7; llrst
baso on errors, Muhocks 2, Asahls 0;
double play, Kurlsakl to Hnyashl; hit
by pitcher. All Chew; struck out, by
Xuvler 4. All Tin 3, T Morlyaina 1, C
Morlynma 3; liases on called balls, off
Xuvler 4. All Tin 0, T. Morlynmn 3, C
Morlynma 0; passed balls. Ah Tin 1,
Murakami 1; Innings pitched, Xuvler X,
Ah Tin 1, T. Murlyunui B, C. Murlyiinm
4; hits, oft Xuxlcr 10, Ah Tin 1, T. Mo.
rlyania 0, C. Morlynma 3; charge de
feat to Xavlcr. Afmplrc. Joe Orden
Htcln; time of game. 1 hour 18 minutes.
DOTS AIjtD DASHES.
If thero arc not some hot games
played on the Athletic Piirk this year
It will not bo tho fault of thu park
management. The ground has bein
put In Hue shape unci Is so high that
It Is doubtful It any rain can uiaku mi
Impression upon It. Tho outlleld had
been skinned' III grout sluipu and Is
more than fast, and tho Inlleld Is part
ly glass, as ure the best fields on tho
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Managers of teams would do well to
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games to the sporting editor of tho
llu lie tin. Now Hint tho baseball
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W. T. Itaposo scored the games os
terduy ut thu Athletic Park and he will
lie en bund again when tho regular
scuvon of thu Oahu Le.iguu opens, oil
April 1G. Itaposo Is 11 ch.ip the sport
writer Uke to hoo In the scorer's seal,
for ho Is always 11 good fellow with
Tho Saint athletes aro Imprnilng.
Hans 1'assotli will likely capture tho
high-Jumping record. Ho Is 11 six-
footer. Tho team as a whole would bu nicely, but with. At Asain on tho stalT,
worth while seeing. tho Saints nro well off.
Tho St. Louis luisobnll squad Is prac
tising hard on the Aula Park diamond
und has unearthed Unco new twlrleis.
One of them Is Dunn, 11 new hand at
the game, but according to minora
around tho school yard, he Is a dan
gerous mull. J. Xulcr, tho man ho-
hind the gun. Is shooting them oer
them ub well us by tho Chlneso.
In the fourth Asnm of tho Chlneso
moue a preuy ovcrneau caicu, minimi, , ;'.. ...,., ua ..laced In tho
backward from his position as short-," rorm,atl' ' ? .""rt, ,',,?,, tarn.
stop, nnd in tho sixth Amoy made a "wr b calendar It ould bo co
running catch backward In center Held Mdorod a f ay. r. A UilreH all I c m-
which brought upplauso from tho fans. nmnlcatlons to 1 Sporting K'll"r.
,... . ... T,..- . .lit 11 11 1 lo 1 1 11 Olllco.
team mado 11 lino high catch of a hot luesaay, L, p, ' , ,
or.o In tho eighth, 1 H Mooting Oahu Ilabohall Loaguo. ;i
It wus lA tho ninth Unit the balloon Jt Saturday, April 8. tl
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It wus In that Inning that tho Chlneso
went after Mcdclron and put llvo men
ucross the plute. In till thtro wcro
thirteen hits lnndo oh tho Portuguese
I Itcher, but poor support by tho llcld
rs hud n great deal to. do with tho
result of the game from that side,
Erero and Une-tip:
O. A. C.
H. Chack, If .
I'Low, s-rf ...
i.uck vce, ri
Ull Sue, 2b .
Amoy, cf . . . .
Aim Yen, Mi ,
A&uin, mi ' . . . .
Ah Toon, c ..
Almiiii,' 2h-p .
Apau, p-lh ...
0 0 1
2 0 It
Totula 38 12
P. A. C.
13 7 27 11 4
Madeira, cf .,
A. Joseph, 3b
Ornellus, rf ..
De Polite, lb
M. It. rreltus.
Medelros, p ,
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J Sunday, April 9. H
H lintiolmll, Sugar loaguo Wulunno It
tl vs. Ewa nt Wnlnnao; Alea va. tt
tt Wnlnahu at Alen. tt
tt President's Cup Oolf Play Oahu tt
tt Country Club. tt
tt Wednesday, April 12. tt
tt Hall Cup Journnment Com- tt
tt luenceiv Paclflo nnd Ucretnnla tt
tt Coiuts.' ' '
tt Saturday, April 13. tt
tt Track Meet Kams, St. Louie, tt
tt Monday, April 17. tt
tt Dasohall St. Louis vs. Kntus. tt
tt Monday, April 24. tt
tt BaBcball Kama vs. Highs. ' tt
tt Saturday, April 29. tt
tt Baseball St. Louis vs. Highs. tt
,tt Saturday, May 6. tt
tt Baseball St. Louis vs. Highs. tt
tt Monday, May 8, tt
tt naseball, Knms vs. St, Louis. tt
tt Monday, May 15. tt
tt Baseball Illglis vs. Knms. tt
tt ' May. tt
tt Territory Tennis Clinmplonshli tt
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