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Fans Satisfied With Games In
Which Scores Made in
Tirst game J. A. C. 2, P. A. C. 0.
Second game Hawaii 2, Stan 0.
Tlio'i were tliu Itgures when It vvns
all over yesterday afternoon In Ouhu
League play nt the Athletic Pnrk. nml
thin Mere sevirnl surprised fnns who
hml bun on hiinil during the games.
It was conceded by all the fans that
tin- llrst gnino ot the d.iy would bo a
iltiw one. but that the Japancso team
would win Heemed unlikely
The Imll that tho I'ortiiKueRo put up
a vvuk ago icne promise of n hard
HtriiKKlu for tho Japanese tium ut the
tnictlng yostirdny. but that tho Jap
anese team would win wan not consid
ered It nil happened In the second Inning,
when the Jnpnneso were ut the bat.
l'lnila eiuiio up ntul with n tvvo
Iiiiitri r scored Hois nnd Asntn, nnd
whin theiie two crossed the plillo the
story of tho scoring of thcKainu It nil
No nuo clso got near home for either
Hide, and after drnwlng blanks for tint
ritiiiiilnlnK seven Innings thcKiimo end
eil ulth the Japanese two runs to tho
Bond, wlillo the Portuguese had scored
nono in nn
The second game scoring was all
done In tho llrst Inning, when tho two
Dentin bins ciune home, nnd after Hint
It was all oft until the. ninth, when tho
Htnis bad n chiiuco to morn but lost
out ut the plate '
It was expected that tlie Hawaii team
would win, but the score wni prcuicieu
much Hrgcr tbtin that which actually
was made .
riw. Ktnrs linvn nulled together con
siderably during the past weik, nnd
the way tho teams sired up yesterday
they are so evenly nintclit d that tho
ball this year In the lenguo Is goliuf to
ie worth traveling fur to see.
I.lneup unit hi ores:
J. A C.
Ztrhe, If v.t
lYaneo, 2b 1
'nlk. r. if 4
Akiiim, lb -I
Hois, Mi I
Asaiii, rf 3
llrllo, c t
IJiplnda. 1 2
i t 27 12 0
aii it mi Hiiro A
MuiUlra. cr 3
Olinos, If 1
omell is, rf 4
I'idro. I) 3
l.lllo. SS ....
I), polite, lb .
Soiirn 3h ..
Sonres, f ...
Hi mo by
1 27 C S
J A. ('.
,lm 0 1001002 04
I' A C.
Ituns 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0-0
lliisi hlti 0 0 0 C 1 1 02
Two-baso lilt, Ksplnda; feft on bases,
J A t' C, 1 A. r 3i llrst baso on
errors, J A. C 1. I'. A. C 0; douhlo
pl.t, rrnncn to Aknna; struck out, by
I'eilro 14. Hsnludii 7: bases on balls, oft
ll'idro ;. Ksplnda 3;illd pitches, l'edro
2 I'mplres. riiiiiingwonu, iminimiii,
scorer, V T Itapo-oj tlmo of game, 1
hour 2S iiilnutes
AH It III! Kit PO A
3 0 (I 0 1 2
All Toon. 2b ...
rirnunde, lb ..
Kan Yin, ss ...
Williams, :ili ...
Rulllvan. cf .. .
o o in 2
Totnls. 28 0 G 1 24 18 B
Rice If 3 0
W Desha, cf 2 1
I) Pesha, rf 4 1
llamnuku, 21 3 0
DreliT, lb 3 0
Tlionins, c 3 0
Miirklinm, 3b 3 .0
Kuulil, sh .
27.2 3 1
27 10 1
Huns ...0 0000000 00
Rase hits 0 00000 11 35
Ituns 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
llase hits ... .0 0000021 3
Two-base lilts. Hayes. Suipner; sac
rllln bits W !8hi 2: lift on bases,
Stars 4 Ilawull 3' I1rt base on errors,
Slurs 1 Hawaii 4; douhlo plays. Mlll
kna to Droler Hamnukii to Mnrkham,
Vnrl.hum to Dreler: struck out hyMI-
llknn . Haves 1: basos on balls, oh
Mlllkni 4 Hayes 1: passed bill.
Thoni is Uinplres, Hampton, Chllllng-
worth. scorer W T Raposo; tlmo or
game 1 hour II mlnutis.
n ix tt :: tt :i ti 11 n :t n n t: :: tt tt tt
8port calendar. jj
JJ If Managers nf baseball and nth JJ
JJ or athletic teams would notif) tho JJ
JJ I) II I lot I n of tlio dates of pio- JJ
JJ posed matches ho Hint such In- JJ
JJ formation could ho placed In tin JJ
JJ sport calendar It would ho con- JJ
JJ Hldcrod n favor. Addicss nil cum- JJ
JJ iiiiinlcutluns to Sporting Kdltor. JJ
JJ II ti I lo 1 1 n Olllce. . JJ
JJ Monday, May 8. JJ
JJ Uascball, Kama s. St. Louis. JJ
JJ Wednesday, May 10. JJ
JJ ItiselMll Knins, vs. Highs. JJ
JJ Friday, May 12. JJ
JJ Dance Mjrtlo lloat Club House JJ
JJ Saturday, May 13. JJ
JJ Hawaii Yacht Club Crulso to JJ
JJ Wnlunnc Hottirnlng Simdnv JJ'
JJ Smukor Healanl lloat Club JJ
JJ Hoiihc. JJ
JJ Oolf at Country Club I'resl- JJ
JJ dent's Cup l'lay. JJ
JJ Sunday, May 14. JJ
JJ Sugar league (lames nt Kwa JJ
JJ Kwit s Alea. At Wnlpahu- JJ
JJ Wnlpalm s Walnmio. JJ
JJ (lolf nt Country Club I'resl- JJ
JJ dent's Cup l'lay. JJ
JJ Monday, May 15. JJ
JJ ll.iRob.ill Kama. vs. l'unalioit JJ
JJ Ilnsobnll Highs vs. Kums. JJ
JJ Wednesday, May 17. JJ
JJ Clrimplonslilp Teuti Tmirn.v JJ
JJ inent. Singles Common cos JJ
JJ I'our Courts. JJ
JJ Saturday, May 20. JJ
JJ Honolulu Ton in In Muni for Hoc- JJ
JS cer Cntiie. JJ
JJ Sunday, May 21. JJ
JJ Opening Season of Honolulu JJ
JJ Vncht Club . JJ
JJ Saturday, May 27. JJ
JJ Ijullos' Day
Hawaii Yacht Club JJiiuil Inmiiu for riinahon pitched a
JJ nntcrtaliis. JJ
JJ Hawnll Ynclit Club Dance Pearl JJ
jj j.-f rtt Week
Knd l-xcurslon to JJ
Visit Iao Valley.
Sunday, May 23.
Day r Hawaii
1 JJ Ladles'
; Club 1'eail Harbor JJ
ft ' JJ
i IN GOOB SHAPE
Matches Played Saturday
Draw Crowds More On
More plavers entired the Cath Cup
tourniiiiunt than for uiiv other tennis
event for thu ear, and the pluvlng
which has hern doin In the different
matches has hicti nil tint tho most
nrduit fan nlong the Milt lines could
Salurdaj ufteriioou tlure wiro some
Hue matches plaved. several of 'Vhlcli
were foiiKlit out for three sets' In n
On I'aclllc courts tho Ilaldwln-Hliero
milili was the matt h of the l.i . lliiltt
vv lii winning d-J, r,-7, U-.I. Smashing
hack and forth these two plajtis ki pt
the spectators holding their breath
most of the time, ami when the time
sets were ovir the talk was Unit It
wus somo of the best ttnuls ever
Knrller Hteere defeateil Duckworth
G-l, 11-4. nnd I,. 11 Judd won from K.
II. Ilarnt'H two love sits
Thu Neighborhood court i were the
scene of onu dcfuult nml una good
match, J It .In lid whining by default
fioin II li. (lulld, and Cr-tnwell tie-
leuiiug iursioii i,-.i, .i-tt, ,,-i.
liiretunla courts saw four matchos
plucd, Sinclair winning fromT Rich-jKnlnl, p
iriln 6-3, fi 1; O'Dowda tlefeatlng Wnlij I'uiiahou Desha, cf
C-3, :i-. C-J; lluttolph vv hilling fromjo: V. Illttlieoik. 3li
(liuird 0-n, 2-i',, i',-l, ami .Macaulay
beating llockus 0-.'. 4-0, (i-3
The plai Is near the lliial tuge now
nnd this aftirnoou both the Nt Ighhor -
hood and llcrvtiiuln lomts will he play-
eil on. the llrst tunned being wliero Ul
M Judd mid lireenwill and O'Dowda
mm Sam Ilulilwln, will me, i to settle
tilt li dirfiieiiccs.
At Ilerttanla courts lluttolph ami
Macnulu) will mtct llrst and then J.
It Judd and .Sinclair will play off their
:i :: ti
Hawaii Yucht rluli holds a tneol
lug this uvciiliilng a I Iho olllc6s of
Mngoon mid Wfivcr, Alakea ettoel.
Cul cut caiKaAki tad
rurtibTt. TUy wt brtttl
toor Ml Hi. bvrr.
ttttia.M Ui, una
iUk HWaiIm uJ IUismU.., u puHssm laow,
Small Pill, Small Doso, Small Prico
Genuine nuitim Bignaturo
tWWWWWWWW iVITTI r
Mrr m pills. '
bM. S1 ' " I
Exciting Game Played' On Kam
Field Saturday and Home
There wire two games of baseball
plnjtil on the iuiinihamt Im school
grounds Saturday afternoon An un
usual!) large crowd of fans turned out
to Me tin s hoolhoys play.
There was n mix-up after the llrst
game about how to nettle It, for the
lonttst was stopped In the seventh In
ning whin the store was 7-fi In faor
of the Hluli School. The High School
was Klen tbe glllllo by the decision of
the umpire, and this settled tbe mat
tir It hum understood by thesu two
tennis before the played that If they
wonted to iixo tin school Krounds for
their game It must be over by l.in. for
the Kums were stheduled to meet at
that time At 3 ih the game was not
llnlxhed, so fnptnlii Winters ordired it
slop, nnd the I'linnhous took the Ibid
for n few minutes' practise
Tlie llrst game was a hit nnd run
affair, both sides making ninny cuoil
hits The Highs wire strong nt the
bat nnd should the Saints that when
tin' meant to Wat them, they would.
(1 Mousnrral. at tentirlhtd for tho
Highs. iaed n sill name l.ittlejohn,
id short, also ilhrsoine line slopplm;
'Hie mcoiiiI inline wus a hot onu from
stmt to llnlsh, and the crowd went
wild lit tlnos Until Kulul for the Kums
hind game Imnaii inatiageil to put
twelve tutu out through the strike-out
unite He nrliiluly had the Kums
guessing for a long while
The Kums wero the victorious team,
ami with the game In their hands they
huvu won tlie tlrst (hamplonshlp of the
xcuxun, that of a dual strhs with I'll
nahuii, hinting thrill three straight
games out of four. '1 ho nvxi one w III
In plaeo nt ruiialiou next Moiulay
'I he Knins were the llrst to bat and
Weill out one, iwo. mite, ny iiiesiriiie
out routo The. l'uiis falltd to score In
tin it hulf of the llrst Inning. It went
on this way till tho sixth lulling, when
the l'uiis bewail to make things look
bad for their opponents Through wild
throw s.o.llrst and u few iiistly irrors
on third to Apau, they uianuged to
put two men over tho home plate. The
Kiiiom .1 Id nut sce.pl to like It, so tho
rootus mid phti'rs gingered up from
then on till the end of tho game. Tho
Kums falltd to score III tlie seventh,
nnd so did tho l'lllis
Right nt the hcKlunlug of the eighth
II Noah got to tlrsl on n hit to short,
who funibhd the hall; he stole second
mid il-o third II l.ujan mine to bat
mid stnt a dandy right our shortstop,
Xoah scoring the llrst run for tho homo
team The K'hln rooters got busy and
I soon had Ionian In the samu llx as Han
Hltchi'iH k wus hi their last game on
tin school Krouuds. W Hind, ciiptuln
of the I'uiiahou teitm, saw that his
pltclni was Kilting rattled b the loot
ing of the Kam support! rs and trhd
to get the umpire to slop the crowd,
hut the Kaiiieliaiuehas would not stand
for urn bluff like that Mini kept on
ytlllng for their team Hit afttr hit
vvns nude, nml when the third man
wus out the KauiH had scoretl live
The Knins fallttl lo score for tho rest
of the time, lint I'uiiahou got one In
the ninth Inning
The gamu was one of the best play
ed In the school series this season.
The lineups and scores:
Kiimihiinieha Noah, ss; I.ujnn, Hi;
W Apm. "lb, Spencer, if. Opuiiul, 2b;
I Kuulil, If
Hussev, c; Kanialoplll, rf;
lilbb, ss; Hind,
2b; Wadsworlh. rf:
sou, lb; Imnan, p
Moore, If; Andtr
..oo oo ooo no r,
i I'uiiahou 00000200 1 3
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GAME WAS PLAYED
Aula 1'utk was the scene of a base
ball game ycttertlay morning between
tilt; (' A I Junior temu mid Central
llinipmur nine, In which tho former
ciimi out on top, the storu In lug 10-C
Ah Houo twice made a two-bagger
during tile game, and lhi Poll battid
out one whhli went so far Im made the
entile circuit of the bases
Tlure was a large trowd present to
see the g'ime, and imiih chetrlng was
gKt li at different points in tho game,
Tlie lineups of tho two teams.
r A. ( Jrs Y nilii. s-lf ; K line
ss , I'liiulle, lf-e; A Howe. 3b; A Dan,
lb: Ah run, 2h; Kiiiii l.ung, cf; Kvvul
t'tiitrul flrninmnrs fl lirash, c: t
Iliash, p; Ailtrcaih, lb. Rlcn (cap-
tnlul.,211; ) Stone. 3b; Milsuliaia, ss;
Howitrd YniniK, cf; (Irace, rf; A
Tlinro Is talk or Jim IKnin going to
Wnlliiku for a snap with On Mello
The light fans on Iho V.illcj Islo are
btisv nil Iho time now and thorn 's
promise of mote scrapping them than
(linger Mnynn and licit Light foot
bud a joko plujed on thorn when thov
were swimming In (ho harlnr Satur
day nflernoon Officer Oarlnr sai
lliein and now llioru Is something do-Ini:.
From Palolo to Maunawili,
Which Is Fairly Safe
Klndinr W'liat till) believed In bo
the old Hiivvnllaii irnll, or nt least a
good Hue fur u now Imll for the Trull
nml Moiinlitln Chili, n party consist
ing of A. II Tnrloiiin, Cinll Hermit,
Prltz ll.ii'rliig niiii W It. I'arrlngtiui
nuulu the trip ei'lerdny from the I'a
lolo cinter, ilonn the pall Into Ma
uiinwlll ) cstii'ilciv
It was an all ilav tramp and a ver)
Interes'lng oim though dllllrult nml
fcoiiiewliat (xclllng In sptilr The pailj
took an cnllii'l) new route, making a
bee lino from Iho outlet of tho crater
to the peak at thu top uf the rldgo
Thov then lungtil In tho left till -pall
was encountered and llnull) found
a rldgo down which they made Iheh
way enrefiillv, sliding u gisul part of
thu wav ulitl checking the speed or
Iho ilescMiit by holillng on In tin
fern trees nnd lautnua roots an I
bushes. When about ihree iptirteis
tho mi) down a verv sliep pall was
eucouuteied. This was negotiated (Mi
ll bv dropping down while holding
onto the shrubs 'Mils wus Die out)
pluco on the trip whole It would
probablv have been IiusiskIIiIu to re
turn over tho unite.
Maimavvlll ranch was reached sliort
Iv after two o'clock the stun from
Knliitiikl having been mnile at 7 2u In
Tho rhlgo followed wus ulioiii half
a inllo toward Wulmaiiahi fioin the
Mount Oljnipus routo that was nego
tiated some weeks ago by a Trull an I
Mouiitalu Club party It woulil ho
comparative!) ens) lo build a trull
down the pall along this rnule
Th re will be two bast hall games
this aftirnoou mining the schools of the
city The Kam grammar school teiun
wilt lllett the I'llllllhoil teiim on the
schcoP grounds, beginning at .1 o'llocL.
The Kniuihmtiflm team has lost Its
regular pitcher, tieorgu Hush, for tlie
rest of thu season, be being lorhlddeii
to play l the .nhtsil pliyslcliiu II
Kan1 and A I.lndsev are the two who
will llll his plate In the-box With the
exclptloll uf Hush, thu telllil Is lit full
strength mid will try to hold Its tlean
The sudor team nut Is the St lands
bout'h on (lie school mounds ut .1 3U
o'clock and n lively name Is ixpectetl
The Saints have won one iifT the Knins
and this Is the last time tht met I
each other on the tllnmoiitl this vtar
The Knins huvu been putting In extiu
practise this past vvtsk, for they ali
gning to put up n hard light in onbr
to hnve n leg on the cup offered by W.
W Dluioud Vo.
(' llosen will be In the box for the
Knins this urtirnoon, nml he' will try
to bold those lieiivy bitters from the
Saints from knot king the ball out
Hnscii Is in w lo tin, pitcher's woik
but bnS Improvitl since list Saturday.
Dunn will hold down the same position
for the Saints. This Imrhild the Knins
down to three hits In the last game
If the Kumclrimihns win today they
will have a i bailee for the champion
ship of the Interscholastlc series
The Kiiiii lineup Is as follows S
Hussey, e, f Hosta, p: II. I.ujiii, 1b;
W Apau. 2h; 11 Noah, ss; I) Knlnl,
31i : W Kiniialoplll, S Kunaue and A
Spend r, lb Iders.
SEASON IN TWO WEEKS
The nungstcrs will open their
Snchtlng season May 21, sailing the
llrst races of Honolulu Yacht I'lub on
Inside the harbor Is tho place vvhtre
tho race will he held, and thu wrens
and pearls will be up ugalnst ench oth
ir for this opening tiny ""
In order not tn Inttrferu with th
mccs of tho Hawaii Yacht (Tub, those
of tho manner organization will tuke
place at 1 o'clock In the afternoon
Hunts cull rid for this llrst day events
nni Ivy, Pearl, Hon nee. llllnheth,
Dku, Ciiilloplng Mary nnd Roaring film
let That tlure will he a largo crowd
dowii on the wntirfrout to see these
llrst races of the year goes without
WAIALUA HORSE WILL
RUN SOLDIER KING
Knot), the old Wulalna Horse, Is
renoy to run a Marathon on May 30
ugnhiftt King nnd any other runners
who may turn up. nccordlug tn u
statiimut he made to thu Illllletlu
The old man Is willing to get Into the
running game anv time If bo can sio
enough money hi It, so ho says, nnd
now theie should be no trouble In Sol
dier King getting Ids othir ibance at
the Island champion In tho near future
Dtcoiation Day will bu n great time
for th" race for there Is nothing else
on In the athhtle Hue. mid Sam Hop
should be uble to promote the race
will a gooil crowd of fans out to seo
King nnd Knoo go up against each
IlnpoKii nnd Iho scribes onjovpd
tilings tuoro at Iho games yesterday
for they werp pot afraid of anv Inllt
fuming through Iho netting hot fiom
the hat or by wild pitches.
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