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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1911.
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FEATURES IN FOURTEEN
INNING GAME PLAYED FIRST
Stars and J. A. C. Battle Long For Victory and Much Hitting
Done Second Game Between Hawaii and Portuguese
Was Good One.
-V. ' j' $ ' A 8v
J. A. C. bunt 8tnr, 6-G.
Huwalls bout 1'. A. C,
Standing of Teams.
? rlllec. Sumner walked. Ah Tin out,.
"! Frnnco to Aknna. I
S i J. A. (.. Walker out foul to Sumner,
i'. a. a 4
Hawaii .'. 4
P. A. C. ...... 4
8 With Preliminary Matches. Jt
Hawaii Yncht Club Danco Pearl M
it Harbor. ' tt
8 First Week En'd Excursion to, 8
8 Maul Visit lao Valloy. 8
8 ' Sunday, May 28. St
tt Baseball Oahtt League Hawaii 8
8 vs. Stars,' J. A. 0. vs. P. A. C. 8
8 Baseball'-1- Sugar iLeague: At SJ
8 Walpahu, Home Team "Is. Bwft'; '8
8 at Walanae,' llbme Team vs. tt
tt Aleaw 8
Hawaii Yacht tt
nnd All Toon. SlnK.W U1UD 1'eari iiaruor.
,.-. .. ..,.......... .,..,.,...!., ..., a i. 'tt Saturday. June 10. K
y iiiiiiu iiil u riifiiL iit'lii ituu Jul jiiiu ,. . -' ..
tt 8P0RT CALENDAR. tt
tt ' Monday, May 22. tt
tt Tennis Match Between Cham- tt
tt plonshtp Al Castle and Win- tt
tt tier of this Season's Tourna- tt
tt ment. tt
w.estnnVXeum Theatre- " Redord of Team Whose Picture
r ruuiuuiift nun juuK iuuusci,
WHAT K DID
IN TRACK MEETS
,ti j. j. i.. iniscr oui ioui 10 numncr.
" 'r? Chlllliigworth to first, error by Kan
S1 Yen; out Joy to Ah Toon Mealing
5-4. $ 'second. Franco out, Ah Toon to Fer
P'nnndez, S Second Inning.
i Stars Joy to first, error by Chilling-
Pet. s worth. Ah Toon hit. Hayes' sacrifice St. Ladles' Day of
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"" "" """ ""! - ., , .. . .1,, ,
?. Toon scored. Knn Yen socrlllco. K!" r '" """" " uu ",,'",V.1 I.
, o!,.h . Atnn. Mlil..r nut. Plillllna. K Heiwoen. Vic iianon aim n.1.1 m
s y, worth to Aknno.
;. a j. ( . 4 , .?. . 4. . ?
From what promised to be a onc-
slikd nffalr, the tlrst miino In the Oaliu Asum scored,
, u.....in.. ..n..M.... 1 ,. ivwwmiv.,
i.v-Mliui jinin iikg tii.viiiuwii. iiciniLi.
St George of San Francisco.
J. A. C Akana struck out. ltoss; ounaay, junc ii,
,,, ai, rp.. i t.vP,,n,i.. AHin ' St Monoplane FllKlils Masson
two-bnso hit to left. Keuloha hit nnd. St Lellchua and Walker at Hllo.
1 u n.T8tm 1 wa aiua vs. waioieo u
tt at Walaleo. SS
Zcrze out, Ah Tin to
Stars nnd J. A. C, took on 11 different
tone, iiml beforu It was Dually llnlslied
In the fourteenth Inning, there were
enouKh thrills fur uny fan.
The Kiune waa loosely played many
times, and Connie Jlayes and Keulolia
wfre uuiii oil 111 me jiiicmiie ui iiiuen. i
Keuionu pucneu ins nrsi eumii 111 mo
lenjrue yesterday for the season and,
ufter ho steadied down, did jjood work.
To Connie Hayes nioro than nny ono
other player can the defeat of yes-
terduy Mihered by tliu Stars bu laid.
Thera Weru other players who cuntrlb-1
tited at times to thejoss, but In two
separate. Innlnip It wuh tliu luck of'
hendunrk of Hayes which lost tlio
The first occasion was In. the tenth
lnnliiK. The bases were full ami two
men were out when Hayes canm to the
bat and swatted under the llrst ball
pitched, puttlnR up n IiIkIi tly which
was K-Jtlierede In by Chllllncwortli ut
ItlRlit at that point was the besttlmo
that the ..Stars had to win the earne.
Fernandez was the llrst man up and
Hew out to Itoss. Sumner came up
nnd was out ChllllnKWorth to Akunu.
Ah Tin Iiindo a lilt to left field, Joy
lilt 11 lorn; one to center, and Hoopli
camu In for a hit to luff. That tilled
the sucks, and Hayes camo up to the
plutu and, without thoutiht, apparently,
of what depended on him, uiudo tt
swlnif ut tliu llrst one' pitched and put
It IiIk-Ii In the air.
Then hi the fourteenth tho Stars had
made one tally when they wcro nt bat,
KlvliiB them onq point In the leud.
Franco came' up tlrst- for the Jaimn-I
ese, and Hayes nave him n walk. Then
Akuna bunted to Hayes, who "undo a
pretty stop, but turned uround to nail
Franco at second, throwing wild to
Miller on the sack, und Franco went
two more bases and scored whllo the
ball rolled out Into center and Akana
' cut oh far as third.
Hayes Vlld fnirly Roodpltchlne yes
terday, and his lleldlue In tho main
was good, but uhen he found himself
In a, place where headword wus need
ed, lie was not there with the goods.
Kan Yen 8tolo Home,
Stars Fernandez out, Itoss to Akana.
Sumner-valked. Ah Tin out. Franco
toAkuna. Joy out to Chllllngworth.
J. A. C Hrlto two-baso lilt to left
Held and to third on passed ball.
Walker out, Kan Yen to Fernandes.
ChllllnKWorth to llrst on fielder's
choice, stole second und out tlilrd,,Joy
to Ah Tin. Franco walked. Akana out
lly to Sing Hung.
Stars Ah Toon struck out. Hayes
out, Chllllngworth to Akana. Sing
Hung out, Chllllngworth to Aknna.
J. A. C P.oss hit by pitched ball.
Asam foul to Joy. Kealoba lly out.
Ah Toon. Zerlio two-base hit, Itoss
scored, Zerbe out third.
Stars Knh Yen out to Akana. Mill
er out to Itoss. Fernandez out, Chll
llngworth to Aknna.
J. A. 0. Hrlto tly out to Ah TlnJ
Walker hit, put out at second. Chll
llngworth lly out to All Toon.
Sixth Inning. ' ' , ,
Stars Sumner lly out to Chilling'
worth. Ah Tin out, Itoss to Akana.
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8 Fifteen Mile Ilaco Athletic V
tt Park; King and Hnbenetto. St
tt Motor Cycle Itaccs KaplolanI St
tt Thursday, Jun22. SS
Coronation. Day Cricket Match, SS
tt Alexander Field. SS
tt I 'VI.. SS
nnndcz. Walker struck out. 'Chllllng
worth hit,, stole, second .and -put out
third. Miller tOiAh Tin. '
fctsrs Kun Yen first, error by Chll
llngworth. Miller sacrifice, Fernandez'
sacrifice. Kan Yen to third. 'Sumner
hit nnd Kan Yen stole, home. Ah Tin
out fly to ABam. J
J. A. C. Franco' walker. Akana
bunt to Hayes, tried double to Miller
nnd threw wild, letting Franco score
nnd Akana get third. P.oss fly out,
Sumner. Asam out, Joy to Fernandez.
Kealolm hit und Akana scored.
Appeared in Saturday's
The Knmchnmeha track team, n plc-
ture of -which was published on the
sport page of Saturday's llullotl'n,
had a winning season In tho one just
past, and the record of the team and
tllu Individual men on It follows:
The JWhiehafhehti track team otilOlt
mode a good shoeing In the meets Ithls
year, under tho clrcumstunces. The
tcum was composed mostly of now mn
terlul. Tho, runners had to io all their,
training oh grns, and this was a treat
disadvantage, not having n regular
track like tholr opponents to do their
training on. A series of dual meets
was arranged betw'een the Knms, Col
lege of Hawaii nnd Onhu College dur
ing March, followed by a triangular
meet. The Knmehnmclias wero defeat
ed jn their dual meet with Oahu Col
lege, March ll, by G7 to 37. During
this meet some of the star members
wero absent. On March 13 tho full
team was out nnd turned tho tables on
the College of Hnwall by tho score, of
BO to 44 points. The llnal meet wus
held on March 15, In. which tho Collego
of Hawaii won tho championship. Wil
liam Rice, captain' of the Hnwnll'feamj
took six first places Tor his team, al
most winning the; meet himself. Tho
Kn'ms.vWero strong where; the Coljl-ge
of Hawaii were, so the school team lild
not have rnuch chance to get many
points. Tho result of the meet was:
1 Collego of Hawaii, 42; Oahu College,
39: Kamchumehn. 34.
The Knm team competed Jn the In
tcrscholasUo clibmplonshli), track meet
on April IS against St. 'louls Collego
nnd McKlntey High School. This was
where the school team had a chance
to show what It- could do.
The Kamehamehas won tho cham
pionship with n score of 74 points. St.
Louis -secured 24 nnd High School 8,
Tho members of the team who made
winning points In nil the meets are ns
follows: Harold (lodfrcy (captain), 11
wns more of
A EA WON GAME
IN SUGAR LEAGUE
Defeated Waipahu 7-6 In
, Close Finish Contest on the
At ,Alea yesterday the Alcas put a
defeat over their opponents, Walpahu,
by a score of- 7-0, and by that win
they stilt remain at the top of the list
In tho Sugar League.
Alei Isn't saying much this year, but
tho l)0's on the teutn are doing hard
on tho uulet they liavo a
hunch as to who tho pennant winners
nro to be ,tlils s.easiJn, nnd the team
won't bo far away from Aleo, In tbclr
It was one-sided up to tho scfenth,
when Wulpnhu camo through with live
runs, nnd ,tljcn It Jvked more han
Interesting for the homo team, with the
Alen responded In grcntshape, nnd
n tho next Inning took another, giving
them tli(Tamc, nnd not, going to bat In
Tho score and lineup of the teams:
John Peter, If i& 0 0 0 10 0
Bill Hnllcy, ss-c ...4 2 0 1 4 2 1
D. Kealolm, c-p ,.4
D. I.lmunul, rf-2b..4
Eddlo Aynu, 3b ,.3
A. Anderson, lb ,.3
Oeo. Wondr p-rf .. .4
John Benito, cf..,.S4 JO; Zl (
M, pibrpi.'li.'ssj.jo 0 'O'j!,1
Ii 27 7 2
Totals 3f 7 8
F. Lopez, ss-3b ...4
O. Dyson, rf-cf ...5
Caesar, 1 (. ...B
M. Itendez, 2b ....5
M. Ornellns, 3b-,lb.B
S. Oardln.'c 3
Tanuka, cf-lf ..,,..4
II. Dyson, lb-rf ..4
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one-sided nrfair, tno.i; " -........-..-.. ...-..-.. - n , ltH
v;. iiosea, is: w. Apau, is; t.:
In. Ii tt tn fMlllnrticnpfh A Tnntl
ti..i i t ... ....n.i itn....lli.Hitn'iin innlfltiL- (hron riind in tllO JO
out. Chllllngworth to Akana. " first Inning and scoring one In the sev- "J m In. 11; W. Kama lo allt 10, D
J. A. tr-IVanco nrst on error by .nth. It looked for several Innings. '. W. nln''7 ' K.auh..'
.. ... ., ,-- ...'iit. .t, nhm, nn hut Unwnll'l'- Nonli, Oj O. Kannohl. B; A. Alan,
reriiuuufic nitunii sueriuee, iiut wui,"-. " .- ...-, ,-.,..
Jov to F..rnnndez. Ross hit to center. got ono man over in me seconu, un
llleld and Franco scored. Asnm nnd '.other In the fourth, a third In the sixth.
The sensutlon of the game was when
that crack little Chinese player, Kun Hung scored. Miller
Yen, stole home In the" fourteenth, worth to Akana.
Ross out double play, Hayes to Ah
Toon to Fernandez.
Stnrs Sing Hung out, Kenloha Uo
Akana. Kan Yen lly' to Zerbe. Miller
out, Kealoha to Akana.
J. A. C- -Kealoha out, Hayes to Fer
nandez. Kcrbe foul to, Joy. Hrlto hit
center Held. Walker out, Hayes to
Eighth Inning. "' .
Stors Fernandez fly to W'alker.
Sumner out, Frnnco to Akana. Ah
1111 UUl, I'llllilU IU JIKUUU. ,
J. A. C Chllllngworth out,' Hayes to.
Fernandez. Franco out tly to Sing
Hung. Aknna out lly to Sumner.
Stars Joy out, Franco to Alwina.
Hoopli (In Ah Toon's place) hit. Hayes
to llrst on fielder's choice; Hoopli out,
second. Sing Hung to first on error AVuIker, cf .- 0
by Asam. Hayes scored. 'Sing Hung to ll.Chllllugworth,HS..G
second. Knn Yen two-baso lilt, Slng'Frunco, 21) 4
out, Chilling-JAkuiia, lb S
Ross,. 3b G
nnd then In tho seventh scored two
more tallies, while neither side scored
In tile last two Innings.
Tho score nnd lineups of the teams
In yesterday's games are:
Kun Yen, ss 0 110 14 1
Miller, rf-2b .....T 0 0 1.3
Fernandez, lb Ii 0 0 0 15
Sumner, If 6 0 10 6
AirTIn, 3b i 7 0 ,1 1 5
Joy, c C.'l ,2 .1,
Ah Toon, 2b .... 2 1-1 0
Hoopli, rf 0 2 -9
Hayes, 1 C 1 0 1
Sing Hung, rf ....C 1 1 0
G; F. Kulnnl, 4; J, Amos, 3; S. Hus-
Points made In championship meets:
II. Godfrey (captain), 20; a. Manoha,
12; W. Apnu. 10: A. Kalanlhula, C; C.
Hoscu, G; W. Kamaloplll, 7; W. Wnla-
llenle, 4: O. Ilcnjnmln, G; F.'Knlanl, 3;
E. Noah, fl; J. KauhlJ-a; O. Kaanohl, 3.
Team H. Oodfrey (captain),
......40 C 10
....'.& 6, 1 0 0
3 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 1
1 0 0 0
Home run, Geo. Dyson; two-baso
hits, Keuloha. Andersen, Wond, Benito,
Caesar, Ornellns 2; sncrlllce hit, An
dersen; loft on bases, Alea C, Walpahu
9; tlrst base on errors, AIca 2, Wnl
pahu 3; struck out, by Wond 12, Ke
uloha 4, Cacsnr 11; bases on called
l...lln ntf ,n.1 1 I.'rtn 1 .tfl. A fn..'!, 1
"o1"""",v ""'"""."" . .:'r ,7" .;
' passed nans, uuruiii z, uuiu, nuitu,
Innings pitched, by Wond 7, Kealoha 2;
yards, 2!0 yards, 440 ynrds, relay team;
a, Mnnolm. 110 yards, 220. ynrds, rclayi ., ' , ' ' . . ,'. ., ,,,
; W. Kamaloplll, shot-put, broad ' , , , ,. - ' -..,
tvni IU ,, UIIU. w.t.t'i.v-, ... X. t
worth; scorer, A. Dos Santos; time of
... , . .1. ....... .!.. . ...! wr
n Q JU(1, iiHiiiiuer viiiitn, ,uii, ybuh, ,
o'Wnlalenle, A. Kalanlhula, D. Hlpa.hlgh
j. 8 u Jump, broad Jump; 04 Nonli, Hammer
j a'"i tfirotv. pole vault; high Jump; J,.Kuuhl,
0 0 o' l"'e vuiiltj 'O. 'BenJnmln,"J.Amos, mllo
0 6 j run: F. Sanborn, O. Knnnohl, shot, put;
j 0 j A. Ainu, 440 yards, relay team; S. Hus-
sey, 440 ynrds; W. Apau, hammer
Totals G2 G
J. A. C.
4 41 20 G throw; C. Hosea, 110 yards, 220 yurds,
relay teami C. I.ulilau, half mile; 11.
making the score that put Stars In j A. ( Ross struck out. Asnm hut, 1 Asam, rf 0
the lead and which would have won Miller to Fernandez. Kealoha hit, out jKeuloha, p 0
the game but for,the loose work In the stealing second,
second half or the Inning. Tenth Inning.
Kan mnde llrst by sending a hot ono stnrs Fernandez out, Ross to Aknna.
down to Chllllngworth, who fnmbled Sumner out. Chllllngworth to Akana.
It, Miller came up with a sucrlllco Ah Tin hit lert field. Joy hit center
whlcii put Kun to second. Fernundez ' Hold. Hoopli hit left Hold. Ruses full,
sucrlllced und put the Chinese, on third. 'Hayes lly out, Chllllngworth.
Then Haole .Sumner came to tho but) J. A. C. Asnm lilt center field; out
nnd, with two men out und one on ttenllng second. Kealoha struck out.
third, It looked bad for tho Stars. Haole Zerbe out, Kun Yen to Fernandez. .
wnlted for b good one, anil when the Eleventh Inning.
willow connected with the sphere Kan Stnrs Sing Hung out. Chllllngworth
Yen wob within ten feet of home plulo to wVkuna. Kun Yen fly out to Wnlk
nnd uiudo the score us Sumner started er. MHIer out, Chllllngworth to Akana.
for first, which ho mado nil right, Then J. A. C Franco out, Ah Tin to For-.on bnses, Stnrs 12, J. A. C. G; first base
Ah Tin hit a long one to left Held which nnmlez. Akana to llrst error by Sing on errors, Stars G, J, A. C. 3; double Runs
'l,DreIer. lb ...... ...4. J 1 1 10 0
Murkham, 3u 4 0 1 0 0 1
A. Desha, p 4 ,10 0 0 3
Kualll, ss 3. 0 0 111
Totals..... '...34 5 7 0 28 11 J,
P. A. C. '
Madeira, cf ,3 ,1 0 0 0 0
Totals 48 6 12 C 42 28 olmos, If 3 ,1 .0030
STARS. 'Buslinell, 21, ...,.,4 1
Runs 03000000200001 G 1'edro, i 4 .0
Baso hits .. .02000100230100 II 8oUzu, 3b-c .......3 1
J. A. C. lOrncllas. rf-3b .,..4 .0
Runs 01110100000002 0 Uorren, Jb ........3 0
Base hits ....02 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 11 12 Soares. c 2 0
SUMMARY. 'Flasher, rf 2 0
gntne, 1 hour 25 inlnutPH. ' '
I NJUNI0R, LEAGUE
Ono feature of the: du'yatj Athletic
Park yesterduy was tho presentation
of tho cups iu Oahu Junior League
Tho Asahls, who won the cfiamptou
slilp, inarched oiit before tho grand
stand, clad in white uniforms with
olred trimmings, and tho manager .of
n me jnunocKB was uiso present,
Sam Hop bad the two cups and pre
vailed upon Notley of the Japanese
Athletics to make the presentation.
This lie did lu n few words, the
If It'3 Paint
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All IEEN EVERYWHERE
was gathered In by Zerbe. IHuug. Ross lly out, Kan Yen,
Many Feature. lout stealing second,
It was a. gumo full of features, and Twelfth Inning.
to tell them nit would bo Impossible, i
Two others thut stick strong In tho
Two-base hits, Asam, Brlto, Zerbe, Frultus,
Knn Zen, Sumner; sacrifice hits, Knn ,
Yen, Miller, Fernandez 2, Akana: left ' Totals.,, 32 4
0 1 0 1
plays, Hayes to Ah Toon to Fernandez, Iiasa
Asam to Brlto; hit by pitcher, Ross; i
struck out, by Kenlolia 1, Huyes 5; IIiiiih
0 3 27. 13 C
0 12 0 0 G
P. A. C.
.,3 0000010 04
p larger cup going to the .Asahls nnd
0 being received by thel cnptaln, for
u winning out In tho series, nnd the
o smaller une to the Muliocks for their
2 ' high butting average,
jj Sam Hop Is there with the goods
0 when U comes to .anything of the kind
1 und .the presentation before, the funs
lj wus a huppy thought of his.
Baseball doplste all over tho conn-
I try arc having a n'ico (lino doping nut
which one of tho eight teams will tin
tell the National I.caguo rare in tho
first position. A St, Louis scrllioi
says tlio following which should go
good with tho local Plitlllo ruotor:
A year 111:0 Uto Athletic lust to tho
Stars Fernandez lly to Franco, Sum-, bases on cnlled bulls, off Kealoha 3, jtUBU hits ...,,.".,3, 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 t'lt"'108 ' 0-V spring series, and thou
ller two-base hit to left. Ah Tin, llrst line.. ! iiiihhimI bull. Jov. llitmlres. unooriiTiv, I CUIIIO (HI 0. I Willi tllO World's BOI'lOrf.
minds of the fnns nrn the sight of Bur- on llelder's eliolee, Sumner to third. ChllllnKWorth mid Hampton: scorer.l Twn.bnan hits, liusiinell. nrnelhm! I Tills yenr (hi. I'hllllos lost to tliu Alii-
Iiey Joy stealing third hlg, fat Barney Joy lly out to Asam. Humuer out home, T. Iliiposu: lime of gumo, 2 hours left nu buses,. Huwulls 7, P, A, O, G; 'ellcs, an J wouldn't it ho funny If Mm
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stealing third) Just think of It! and J. A. C Asum lilt center Held; out 7 minutes.
the. lint riitrh mndn by Clilllliixwmtli sleullng second, Joy to Miller, Ken
Ill tlm tenth, when !i filhenl lu u loha struck out. Zerbu out, Kun Yen
hurk-linndrr from Hiiinner's bat und to l'"iru.uules.
put lilin out ut llrst,
Hliirs-lfun Yen dill, lit In ,l(awi
Miller It It III luft Held, I'Vipjnnlml tsui.
llrst baso on errors, Huwalls 3, P. A,' J'miiios-ou, wliut's tlio usoj
('. 1; double plays, Hnmuukli lo Dreler, !SSSlrrSS2!S!SSSr!?!T!?
A. Desha In llumaiikii to Dreler; hit ELECTIHC CABINET DATH8 WITH
Thirl. .nth Inning. Illicit, If
i Stars llnopll lly mil In Aknnn, Ilityes W. Denliu, cf
lly In VVulkiT. Hlnil iriinir lly In (.Mill. ), liiwhu, if ,
lliHTMi'i'lli' ' llinimukii, lh
J A (' -Hrlln mil, Kun Veil In l'ir llupliuil, ,.
Alt It llll HII 10 A V, by pitcher, Hnulikii 3 struck mitf by
0 Pedro tt. Deslut 7 biiKes on culled ImllsJ, A natural method of r
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