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STARS AND JAC.
Former Shut Out Hawaii
Close Game Yesterday
J J- . j.
Stars beat Native Molls, 2 to 0.
J. A. C. brat 1'. A. C, 7 tn 2.
J. A. C. 5
1'. A. C. 5
.!, .i, .i, .j, .; ,j, .
Portuguese, making live runs In tlio
tlftli inning nmkl great excitement,
while tho Portuguese lost their heads
It wns u ense ot costly errors In
quick succession which illil things for
j tin1 Japanese tram In the lift It, and then
tlicy Rot olio In the ninth, which, with
tlio one In tlio llrst, gave tlirm a tplnl
hoi i in nicn too I'unuKi.csc nitiii
jnged to Kct old oC In tlio seventh unci
I Tlio lineups and scores;
i Hawaii vi. Stars.
, J HAWAII.
AH IUIII SI! l'O A V.
,i, Itlor, If J (I 0 0 0 0 0
,s, I). Desha, cf
, W. Dcilin ...
j, Raphael, c ..
, Hamaiikti, "li
., Drrlcr, lb ...
,., Mnrkham, .lb
,j, Mclntyrc. rf
. Kiinlll, i"" ...
J' -i ' !,
It nan n Rrrnt rxhlbltlon of lull
Klvrn the fmm In the lirst emtio ycx
trnt.iy ntternuiiii bcturrii Iluull ami
tin- UtiirH, mill llicrc were many thril
ling t'bijH 03 tlio KMino iroRrrKcil.
Toliiln 2S 0 3 1 21 13 1
.3 0 0 0 10 0 0
All. ilia miih In the box for tlio Star - fi j
anil Lota for llauall, but both pltrhrrx
llflii'iiiteil moro on their trams to back A.MUi .
inrin up man liny tun in riiini;uiiw. HaycH cf
For three InnliiKX neither Hide heorrd.
ami then In the fourth Miller was up.
brut for tlio Htar.i and nun put out,!
third to llrst. Ah Tin canio next with
H hit. The lull iin bunted nlonK third
b.ixo line, rolled out mid then In iiKuIn,
nncl bv tlio tlmo It had eomo Inside tlio
line All Tin was safe on llrst. Almna Huns
Kan Yen. s i 0 0
Miller, 2b 2 0 1
I,. Tin, 31 4 1 2
Ahana, If 4 0 0
3 0 0
loopll. rf 4
27 10 1
0 0 0 0--0
10 0 13
0 1 0 2
0 3 1 '8
Totals 29 2 8
HiliiH 0 0 0 0 0
llaio lilts 0 0 0 0 1
o o o l n
... I I (l,A 1.... ...,.n .ilj.n,- Liasc mis u . v - u
puiiin ,'vii. iiiiii ,,,. wv i n
with a hit to center Held. Ah Tin SUMMATIY.
h tool id for third anil then made homo I Two-base lilt, Ktmlll; micrlllco lilts,
mi an oerthrow from Hill Pcslln. to Miller 2.: left on Imncs. Hawaii 2, Htors
tlio plate. Joy went to second and then C; llrst bnso on errors, Hawaii 1, Stars
wus. left on third when lloopll struck 1; doublo plays, Knn Yen tn Miller to
olll( All Toon, Joy to Ah Toon; hit by pltch-
Krom that time on neither sldo scored rr, Ah Toon. Ttlro; struck out, by Apnti
until tl.ii stventh, when the Stars lot fi. Lota 4; bases on called balls, olt
unotbe'r man over the plate, Harney Joy Apau 1, I.ota 0. Umpire. ChllllnK-
i.ini? M,.. mio ubo brouclit In tic sec- worth: scorer, W. T. Ttapoeo; tlmo of
ond tnlly. panic, 1 hour 10 minutes.
For the llnnnlls there was IctUo do- J. A. C. v. P. A. C.
Iiii?. Imt few men seelne llrst bnso ex-! J. A. O.
eept from a distance, and third on one
or two occasions belnR as Tar us ticy Wnlker, cf 5
rr.ieheil. ClillllnRwnrth, ss ..3
Second Game. Akan.i. Hi 4
The second jiamo of the nfternoon Franco, 21 4
was n one-sided nffalr. In which tlio Uiuls, rf 2
Japanese team walked away with the Asani, 3li t 4
AH R HII SIH'O A K
Zerbe, If ..
Hrlto, c ....
..32 7 7 2 27 14 E
Alt It HII HII l'O A i:
Madeira, cf .' 3 0 1
Htlfclincli. ss-2b ....3 0 0
Ornellas, 3b 4 0 0
Pedro, rf 4 1 0
Hotisn, c 3 0 0
lh polite, If 4 1 1
Flasher, If I 1 1
Joseph, ll 3 0 0
lVeltas, li ...-...,..2 0 0
o Two Games Played Yesterday
i at Moanalua Field Were
j Close Ones.
There was f.omo good pructlso work
In polo cstcrdny nfternoon at Momia-
Champion Inflicts Terrible
Punishment on Cal
ifornia!. Fighting as lie never fought before.
Ad Wolgnst, lightweight champion of
1 27 17
.1. A. C.
Huns 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 (
Haso hit 0 0 0 13 0 0
I'. A. C.
Huns 0 0 0 0 1 0 1. (
Uase hits 0 0 0 0 001
Two-baso hit, Hrlto; sacrlllco
rhlllliiKK'orlli, Mrdi'lriH, Hushnell,
Has; Hicrlllrp lly, Hrlto; left on liases,
i. A. C. 3, 1". A. C G; doublo plays.
Iltiihuell to Flasher to Joseph, Franco
to Akaiia to Franco; hit by pitcher,
Madeira, Kousa; struck out, by FrcltaH
9, Medelroi 3; bases on balls, off Ficltas
2, Medelros 0; wild pitches, Freltas 2.
Umpires, ChllllUKWortli mid Hampton;
scorer, W. T. IlapoMi; tune of Ram,
1 hour 20 minutes; attendance, 1200.
MRS. COULTER MIGHT
RETIRE FROM THE GAME
Ilia Held, when four tennis pl.ijed and the world, stopped tho famous "Ono
" tniinv new nnnles wera tried out bv tho Itoiimr"Hogan of California In thaseo-
' men who will enter tho tournament In ond round of' their scheduled 10-rouml
u few weeks from now. bout nt tho Mndlson Athletic Club.
Walter Dillingham, Snm Baldwin,' Never In his career has Wolgast been
Lieutenant Andrews and Lieutenant In such grand shape, and his cxlilbl
Rogers wero the captains ot tho teams tlon with IIoRnn was a revelation to
which played yesterday, nnd tho way tlio fistic experts who witnessed tho
uiey nil wnrkcu uui promises wen iur uaiue.
the tournament In August, Tho champion played a clever game.
I Rogers and Dillingham captained tho on Hogan mid got away with It. Tartly
two winning teams, the former pulling In tho llrst round, after Wolgast hud
out with 2-1 and the latter with 3-1. been pepperliiR away nt tlio famed
From tho way tho teams nro working knockout's stomach, a largo opening
out now It looks like hard work for was apparently left in tho champion's
uny team from tho other Islands win- guard,
nlng out In tho tournament this year. Tho Callfnrnlun saw wlint lie thought
Tho first gamo yesterday was played as the chunco of a llfo tlmo, nnd
between teams beaded by Lieutenant rushed nt Ad like a wildcat.
Rogers and Lieutenant Andrews. Tho Wolgast deliberately allowed Hogan
former had with hlni C. Lucas, Arthur to swing his tcrrlblo punch until the
Jones nnd II Sumner. Lieutenant An- hitter's arms hecanio weary. All tlio
drews had on hit sldo R. McCorrlston, tlmo Wolgast wus laughing.
W. Rycroft nnd U. Imon. He did not fear the Callfornlan's
Dillingham had with him Gcorgo punches. Hogan did not realize this,
In tho Interest of tho gnme It might Denlson, R. Atkinson and Henry Da- nnd thought Wolgast was throwing a
lio well for Mrs. Coulter to rrtlro from mon. On tho other sldo wero. besides nt bluff tluit lie was all right.
tJ. l'orter, K. Slilnglo nna w.
nctlvo participation In the ladles' sin- nalilnlii,
gles for two or three years. (Hycron.
Ah It stands now, everyono knows XI -tt tl
that she Is far ahead of any player In JJJQ GOOD RACES AT
mo icrruury, lllltl Hir mm ii-himhi iiiv 1ADlMl AMI
No ono had cr stood before Ho-
gall's wallops In that fashion, and the
Coast wonder plugged away.
Now Wolgait Starts.
About thirty seconds before tho close
of the round, with the crowd cheering
,. Hogan madly and shouting for a knock-
Thc horso races ut Kuplolanl Park ,)uti bccaUKO CVeryone likes to see a
champion fall. Wolgast shut across tlio
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other women who can play fomo do
not enter tho tournament.
At i,roi;rnt fbrre nrn no entries In
llm ln,ll' .Inoleq. nnd It Is felt thnt Jesivruay uiieniuuu urew u Buuu-siu
with Mrs. Coulter out of the game for" ou, "" ' "a lury uuiKicneiu Tlng uhe a ma,in)an, and started pum
n time the entries would como In and romped homo In hrr event and tho mMng tllc amazed Hogan with tcrrlblo
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within three years some material might '"miner In which Red won from Kallhl 1)0ll . ,,,owa
be developed that would innko good IJo' wero enough to whet tho nppctlto stlt Ul0 cr0wi, thoirght that Wol
trnnls for Mrs. Coulter to play. jfit the ruco followers for tho big events g(Ult wnlt n liut tll0 c,amplon soon
Roth retired after ho had demon- wlllcl1 wl" '' Iluc'l " Maul on utMpclIra thoso thoughts, as ho re
stnited that lie could bent anything In Jul' 'fused t.o allow his seconds to work
the Territory, nnd the same thing lias' Steel Dust got away llrst, followed ,,,m ,luriB tho intermission. Tho
been dono by clinmplons In thogamoon " -'"vo -.. wiin .wiry vtinKicuciu cllumion wa, ila a tiger. Ho could
tho mainland. , '" ll, rcur' l,ut 8"" C'nrlce'n rider was not B,t ,n ,(i t.,mlri Ho BInpiy woum
It Is no new thing tn do, nnd no ono kiiockwi on i.y ino maro lossms ner not t 1Io wnntoJ to light as
doubts that Mrs. Coulter could "come " """ w"11 er " ay ""'.only Wolgast ran. AVolgast told Tom
back" nt nny time she wished nftrr " Ul rad near tho beach.
tun or three years out of the champion
Mary Wlnklclleld ilosed up tho gap
Jones, his manager, that It
He said, "I have him.
Spirits are the
Laughter of the
In this climate where one is inclined to
be languid there is need of a tonic that
sets the whole mechanism ct man at
work, producing healthful activity and
giving a lifting, strengthening force.
invigorating influence arid
gift of slumber and mental
balance, Pill MO BEliR will give courage
lor anv undertaking, and obstacles will
a joyous test ot energy.
by which Btecl Dust led, and when tho ICJ. , onlJ, mnko ,,,, nght
(luartcr post was reached they wero another round."
going neck nnd neck. Into the straight ..,rllo ,-.nfornilln i, through." Bald
they Unshed, und Mary Wlnklellcld then Bcnny Yangcr, tho famous "Tipton
'kliMt tn tlm front mill bold tbn load . . ... ., & .,.-
. ... ,- - -- yiuyuer, a tiar oi oilier iiuye, ui mu
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ANP YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE MI TOM IEAU
All IEEN EVERYWHERE
without trying hard, winning by n fur- c,,0 of 10 )lr()t rouml
long and doing mo nine muo in ui J-o.
Thero were two starters In tho two
furlong race, Red nnd Kallhl Roy, and
tho former won after an exciting raca
by a length In 28 2-5.
The ball games on Sunday between
right. WolgaM shot out of his cor
ner and met Hogan Just as soon a
tho latter stepped out of his corner.
Tho crowd got ready to leavo. No
human bclim near bis wolght could
have stood up under those fearful
punches the champion swung In rapid
succession to all purts of Hokuu'h
Tho Callfornlan's hands dropped to
-ino ... games ""-' "" U side, and bo started rolling around
itl.ocrack temnsof the I. fth Horse and
tho Second Foot at Lcllchuu. wus u win " """ , ", " .,.,, ,.t
inu on . nn,i asked that the light bo slopped,
for tho former by a score of CH nRer , tod
I J, II... mnut nvf tit rtllTlf nfflVIXl vV"t " " "
..." ., I that tho light bo continued
at tho big post. . . . ..
Roth outtltH bud hundreds of backers,
I The champion was white clean
... . V. .... ........- -.i through. Ho did not want to bo brutal.
.inn .lie way u.u nU.,.,w ..,, lu...u f. l
jiuiihii'i; hurt. ,.'n.. . - -to
show tho rcfereo and crowd that
out tu sea tho gamo was a revelation
jus to the number of tports In tho out
fits, ut the post.
The ball games at Lellel.ua nro of
llrst-eluss order, and tho teams lira In
1. -.t .. Hint unrlnu ii f nil nlnu liltltr
Z:Z cay worn! U..w a ta "now where bo was for at least twenty
crowd, especially ii series played with
tho winner ot Oahu Lcaguo season u
l'lio lineup and scores of the gamo
THE HOME BEER
jr . jmsim
W gjHPV I iM. J
The Jiccr ' J3rewol
Hogan was helpless. Tho crowd was
In a duzo oh Referee Charlie Whlto
waved Hogun to his corner.
Tho latter was helpless, Ho did not
minute. Nn man over got a worso
beating In such u short time, und yet
Hogan was not uven floured.
Wolgast simply did not glvo lilm time
to drop. lie would sturt Hogun on tlio
"' ' -" ,.-- ...I... l.rt,1w nttnMi nmt
Kecond Infantry Dates, ss.; Oaring. ""'" " """ , ', ""
llll mil. tu I. in it:ei uhuiii witu an u,.-
percut. It was u wonderful exhibition,
nnd thoso who werq present wero al
most unanimous In tho opinion thnt K.
O. Hrnwn, Owen Morau nnd other
clalm.ints to tho title liavo no chance
with Wolgast In his present condition.
it H n
Raphael Is n heudy little catcher, as
shown by hU work for the lluwull lean,
yrslrrday. It Is ton bad that ho hasn't
I tho nrm tu snap tho ball tn second tho
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