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flBf; ' 12 "l VH"nHIO CVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 6, 191t.
I imwm- a. i mmM:mm O fC& J. A. GILMAN,
tJjETisWrb rg AWC- TIL Yh and Con"nission
y . -
Portuguese Won From Stars and Hawaiis Did Many Things
to Japanese Team Two Tics Now In Position in Standing.
J. A. C. vs. Hawaii.
J. A. C.
All 1U!II HIITO A J J
Walker, cf 2
Zerbp. cf 1
t'lillliMKw ort ll. H ..I
Aktinii, lli 4
rrnncn, Hi A
ltd-., nil 3
Axam, If .
IJrltn, c ..
8 1 21 15
P. A. C, 5; Slurs, 4.
Hiittiille, S; .1. A. T, 1.
ah mill Hiiro a i:
iiml Ornellas went ilnwii cm n fly to
Tile first Riuno of thp uflcriuwn was
lxul rniitiKli liut the second wan worse. y. Denim, cf 2
fur loose il.tliiK mill inoro onc-shled Kiinlll, xs 3
In lliu result, when the Under of thu Hnimiuliii, 2b 4
league went down to defeat 8-1. K.iplincl, c 3
Part of tho result Indeed, consider- Drcler, lli ,4
nldo of It could lie laid to lplnda, Mctntre, rf 3
In llio liox, for althouRh lie had Kreat Mnrldinm. 3li 4
Hliciitj III control was bad and at l.otn, p 3 2
time ho chanKcil his mind, iimmiiKi
...jhiilhs In which men wero adanced on Totals 2fi S
.liases, and on ono occasion a scoro j, a. O.
,'came In on this account. nuns 0 0 1
...I Then In tho Mxth Walker, lu center ina ,ts ..'. j 0 2
Held, ran into ChlllliiRwortli after Chll- HAWAII.
The two lonicst pljje.1 K:.mes seen -""BWortli had caUBht a hlh lly from uns 2 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 -
Drelir and hail It safe III til hands, n.,,,. 1,11m (110 0 3 0 11 K
tlio O.ihu ll( ,R, imp.t f walker's body was SUMMARY.
.STAMHMJ 01" IT. VMS.
J. A. C. ...6 1 2 MX,
Hawaii ....II 4 2 MA
Stars G 2 4 .333
P. A. C. ... 2 I .333
V ! ! A A 3
6 4 2" 8 1
0 0 0 0 0 01
0 12 0 1 08
on tin) Athletic Park In
,,, Iq(tuo scries tlila jour wero put up n.j nrent that It threw him to the Three-haso lilt, Mclntyro; twn-hase
yesterday, whin P A O won from ground and made him drop tho liall hit, Alcnnn; sncrlllco hits, Rico 2, W.
tho ritura 5-1 and 'llawall heat J A. U.' ""' lll"r "" ,ho J"!"""" 'rall Oeshn 2, Mclntyro; left on bases. J. A.
j made more than one error, but the total (. ft, Hawaii 3; first baso on error, J
! I went up to live, while Hawaii had but a. C. 1, Hawaii 3; double plays, I.ota
t At times tho playlnc of tho teams o0i im, (mt J1U(,0 ,). jinr,mm at tn Dreler, ehlllhiKwortli to Pranro to
, wu brilliant III tho oxtrcme, and then t,rd lAkana, ChllllnRWorth to Akana to
', In tho next limine everything would j The only Iniilnir In which tho Japan- llrlto: hit by pitcher, Walker, Iln-
lly to pieces and plays would bo mado osn scored was tho third. Ksplnila phncl; struck out, by Lota 8. llsplniU
A . , , . , striking out and walker going 10 ursi ; oases uu cum-u nans, mi i.mu .,
that bridged no excuse. , . , ,. ,. , , r.t,,, A. ..,,, i,i, vi,i .
ny oeing uu. v,iiiiiiiiki u mvuv '. ..,........ , .... .,....,.,. ...
on a high foul to 1-otn, Akatm mado a I.ota 1; balks, Ksplmla 2. Umpires,
has bit ami Walker scoreil. irnnco mi ami iiaininou nun i iiiiiiiiKwoniii re i.
that brldgeil no excuse.
In tlm 111 at gaiiio everyone who
followed tho teams this jear picked tho1 Akana was put out at tho pinto from W. T. Haposo; time of punc. 1 hour
Stars to won fiom thu Portuguese, ,. , . ... ... , ,.,,,,.
J Knur Innings tliero wero In which
easily. It was Just tho other way, ,,, l)rm,Kht men over tho plate,
though, mid Hltliuugh tlio I'ortugueso starting off with two In the first and
plaed an errorless game, they could ono In tlio ccond, and then not scor
beat the Stars only one run, when tho '"K "f1" ,ln" ,l10 ,lf,lu
i i..i ..ii i..i. ..r.in In the tlrst Hlc walker. Hill Peslm
"""' "" 'f" . " .....,. ,, .... n, i,.i. it r.
SaCrlllCC(l) JVIiaill whikcii; uuill.iunu ,. innuu. ii..,f
1iiiIItI(Iuii1 HuUInc Aierau'C".
Names. O. All. R. II. Sll. SI). Pet.
Joy, S 5
Soarcs, P. ... 4
llrlto, J r.
Tlmo after time tho Htars pulled ,
thelt way around on errors and hum
playing. In thu fifth they hail one Por
tuguese out, the bases full and mado
ii slnglo and double, pulling themselves
out of a bad hole
.Then In tho sixth they went right
tho other way
went to llrst. fore III g Kualll nut at Sumner, b.
themselvos out ofm hole by lirlllliint H0:n,ip nn,t nito scored. Itaphael Kan Yen, 8,
work und then they would full back went down by being lilt, llatnaukii Kualll, II. .
ugaln to sloppy pla) Ing. scored, mid Dreler went to llrst on Dreler, II. .
In tho fourth tlio Stars killed two fielder's choice, by which Raphael was walker, J.
men ut the plate after they had worked .put out at second. HIce, II. .
In tho second Mclntyro led off with Asnm, J.
a three-bagger, Markham struck out, 11. Clillllngw'hri
I.ota walked, Mclntyro scored on Rico's Markham, II. .B
sacrlllce, und Hill Deshu Hew out to Ilnmaukil, II.. S
short. jDoponto, P. ..4
Lota led off with n hit In tlio lltth, Ftancn, J. ...
Hill Desha niudo u hit Iluahnell, P. .
strikes and ono ball on the third' man I and scored Lota, Rico was put out ut Zerbo, .1.
up. Hayes walki.l him The two fnl-ltho plate, Kuulll niodo a hit und Deshu Pedro, P.
lowing camo up mid Rot lilts, scoring scot ed and Hamuuku und Raphael Akanu, J.
tho tlrst man That was shout tho'struck out. I Bousa, P.
(Cworst thing the f'lais had to
crruu lor um uay
Three runs were made by Hawaii Ross, J.
In tho seventh, Lota, HIce nnd Kualll Hayes, B.
t"l&M TlnrnKV lr.t I, fli.in, o til ill. ike tlrst 111 t unrlntr. I.ntn mailn a lilt, lltlll Rice
M-Ti J V . ... . . ' . . . ... ... .. I
. )the seventh, for lie illil not trv to run got to llrst on nn error uy rrniun,
l3 when ho could have benlen the li.ill out. while Lotu scored on the same error, j. A c
. w . . . ... . . .I,
.lis Kllzcr fiimlileil the Dull at llrst on juu Desna sacrmcen, iianii wrm Kt,rR .
-a throiy from Hushnell. Idown und annind on a wild throw by tt j,
llrllllnnt jilaylng was dono by tho Chllllngwortli and scored when Ilu- j A.V. .!
lj Htars in me eiguin, wneii iney scoreu niauKii weni 10 ursi uo uu uim
lwo men after there were two out, Akana. Ilamaiikii was put out at sec-
All Toon was up lirst and went out ond on a rioublu which got Raphuel ut
JJrnellas to riiscr; llaes got tlrst on Hrst.
"n hit; Kan Yen Hew out to Olmos. 'p. A. C. v. Stars.
Then rernnndei! came tn the hat audi P. A. C.
with a threo-bagger scored Hayes and AI! R HIIHIIPO A 12
. tr.o j
In part evened things up for tho three Souza, 3b 6
errors ho mado during the game. Mill- Rego, rf 5
er came along with a hit nnd scored Pedro, i 4
Ke'rnandez, nnd Ah Tin went out on n Hushnell, 21 6
lly to Ornellas. 'Olmos, I' 4
. . . ,3A H
Tho other two i-coros made by the Madeira, if 3 0
Stars wero In tho fifth Inning, when Ornellas, ss 3 1
' things started off by Sumner and Joy Joseph, u 4 1
'; getting walks from Pedro, Hoopll got Klr.er, lb 3 0
a hit nnd Sumner and Joy scored Ho
op!l got out at third and then All Toon
nnil Hayes went nut, Ah Toon mnklng
a satrlfleo that scored Joy.
i Tho Portuguese made their live scores Kan Yen, ss 3
inxuirm innings, iwp in um iniru. mm ieruaiiuez, i i
Injtlie, sixth. and tw In ,the sm enth. Jjllller. II 3
c, Joseph was tlio llrst mall up in am 1,. Tin, ' '
thlrd-nml got to first' nn an error by. Sumner, If 3
KiitfTIn In Holding the hall. Kllzcr j,,y, o 3
Mirrlllcetl, iidvnnelng Joseph; Sousa Hoopll, rf I
cauio up Willi r hit, went to serond.'Ah Toon, cf ....T.l
nnd Joseph scored on nn error by lloo- Hayes, p
pll. Du Rego went out Miller to Ker-
niinilfz Pedro made a hit and scored
Sousn. Iliishnell went to first on an
Team llutllng- Airr.igcs.
Club. (!. All. R. II. Sll. SI). Pet
172 21 33 r. II
171 If! 33 6 t
ICG 12 3(1 8 H
1C7 10 20 II
Train Fielding- An-rnges.
Club. 0. PO. A. K. TC
142 G8 10
143 8 13
149 82 14
147 GO 21
it j: s:
J. A. C S
P. A. C 5
.9 IK I
Kalihi Girls Will Have the
Basketball Game They
No more need tlio Kalllil girls pine
for someone tt incept their basket
ball challenge, for ocr at Walliikit
tlio girls' lealn has agreed to meet
them at any tlmo within u month on
tlio Valley. Isle and they over tliero
piomlae kindly treatment.
Tlio Walliikit girls, or tliclr backers,
n ro sum that they can heat tho Hono
lulu Team most easily, according to
reports which reached tlio 11 ii 1 1 c 1 1 n
Over at Walliikit nn enthusiastic fun
took his pen In hand and wrote tho
following In prnlso of tho girls' team
Tho AValluku girls have accepted
tho challenge nf the Kalllil girls for a
friendly game of basketball to ho
plaed at tho now Walliikit gymnas
ium within a month. When tho chal
lenge camo tho Wnlluku girls did nnt
hesitate to accept It for Walliiku girls
hao never been' known to pnuso nt
any undertaking, no matter how haz
ardous, Hut ns to playing basketball
with the Honolulu girls tliero Is no
reason to pause ut all for tho homo
girls tako to It aB duclts take to water,
and the only difference Is Unit our
girls never tnko water nt nil.
And why should they? Do they not
represent tho flower of Honolulu In
stitutions of learning where they
learned nil tho Intricacies of Iho
Kiimo! Yes, nnd more than thnt, for
they hnvo never known defeat except
among themselves when they np-1
pcareil nt tliclr first exhibition gamo
at tho opening of the gym n month
When the Immenpe nudlenco wit
nessed tho girls nt play on thnt Initial
night and saw thorn dnsh hack and
forth nn tho floor, nnd sometimes In
tho nlr, like true Amazons, Maul Is
willing to hack Its homo team against
all Invaders nnd would tnko them to
tho ends of tho earth too If no chal
lengers nro found within Its gntcs.
Como yo Kalllil girls, though your
motto may ho "Kllohnna" or Invlnc
Ibles. Walluktialis have for their mot
to Knmehamelia's exhortation of "On
ward" to his battle-scarred clorans
when ho landed with Ills men on the
Pnukiikaln bench a. century ago, hut
with tho outcoino mvcrsed. Tlio Wnl
luku girls will sen that tho visitors
nro tenderly rnrcd for,
:: i: ::
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho two bcoich mado by Hawaii In
Iho 111 st liming woro both on wild
pllcht'H by nspliuln. Ho did not boem
lo hao any corlrol o'ver tho ball dur
ing thnt llrst inning.
TWO LEGS ON
FANDOM AT RANDOM
10 4 27 17 0
Mixed doubles championship tour-
" . nameiit In tennis Blurts this uMnr.
0 noon on Rcrctunla couits. Tho teams'
entered for tho tournament nro ns
0 follows: Thcodoro Richards and Miss.
0 Ruth Richards, n. W. Anderson and
Miss Kelly. Will Roth and Mis. Rlrli-
nid Ivcis, A- L. Castlo una Miss A.
Molorcjcle rares In Honolulu will
bo run under tho rules, of Amateur
Athletic Union, according to tlio decl
slon reached by tho riders nt meet
ing Saturday night.
Tliero was no oxeuso for Walker
making that tun Into Chllllngwortli
und causing the latter to drop a goo J
catch to say nothing or hurting both!
men to somo extent. i
., i Tliero Is absolutely no oxeuso foe
J tho llrst gamo on Sunday iifloriinon
not starting nt 1:30 ns advertised. Ths
0 fans don't care, about silting around t
0 ioi nun uu pour ami waicuing men
1 warm up or seo no players nt all for
0 twenty iiiliiulci of that time.
! It Is up to all tho players on tho
Totals 26 4 4 0 27 18 8 f,mr 'Cains tn got down to somo
!, .. ;, i imniwr worn mis week nn hot put iiji
0 0 200120 0 B Blcn l' exhibition of loose playing
A few games
much lo hurt the
Sam Chllllngwortli had u had oyo
when ho was Inside tho diamond dur
ing tho first gamo. During tho lat
ter part of tho gamo ho Improved
Tho rain mado it dlsngiooahlo for
tho spectators at tlio ginies ynstortlny
and Iho high wind was had for tho
fielders Judging balls In tho ulr. )
Mclnljro niudo tho first hit In Iho
gamo nn Tuesday for Hawaii and his
threo-saeker In tho second yesterdny
wus Iho first hit for tho team.
ror by I'oniandoz, and Podro was put Runsl ,- 0,0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 B "ch un exhibition ni
it; Ah Tin to Joy.-' ' "jw lllaseydt 00002002 010 s thuy did jeslorday
In tho sixth they seoredjiinnther nm '7 STARS. llko theso will do mil
Inftir two men were out, Olmn going Runs 0 00020020 4
down Kan Yen to I'crnande.. and Ma-, Rase hlti, 0 0 0 0 10 0 3 041
de Ira striking out Ornellas walked. SUMMARY I I.dillo I I'lnnudnz with his thloo-
Eloseph got 11 lilt. I'llner inailo a tilt) Thren-base hit. Kcrriandez; siirrltlrn nagger 111 11111 oiKIHIl illd MililntliliiR
goring Ornellas, and Sousa went down hits, Madeira, I'IUit, All Toon 2. do redeem liltnseir for tlio eiror ho
Kca'n'Yen to IVriuindez ilne: left nn bnsefi, p A. (' 7. Stars liad liiuilo during tho giimo. Illli) dots
Sit was in tlie nn-milli Hint tho last J; llrst litiso nn frrnrs, P A. 6. Stars pot agrco with I'liriintidcz, nvldoiitly
two ci ores worn mado li lh Piirtu- 0: ilnulile play, Hoopll lo Miller; struck
Igiiiwfl, Du lti"n went nut on n lly in nut, by liny 2, I'filru ui liases nn
unrr, I'wlm went tn Hist on an error railed Nil), olf llniM 2. Pedro ti mm-
Kill) Yrn, iiunhnoll iiuiih' 11 lilt, Ol- cd Iwll, JiNfili, UnipIrM, t'hllllntf-
jnmtln hit snrlh IMnu.lMilHru wnjlli hiuJ UBqU'loni worr. W T. Iij
lloniliiK is nil ilKhl but Koiii liox
WlfllN It llllllltellnil- loo fur somo
IIintMJ. TJioio U il-rtno In nil IIiIuk.
(Uii lliciti U mi noeii for mio run id
It was not n pitcher's bnttlo In ol
Iher of Iho gsmes)cslordny. TI1010
wus enough hilling' done to Biitlsfy
tho must enthusiastic fan.
Honolulu Athlello Club won from
.liipnnoso High School yeslnnlay af
leriiiMin at Aula I 'it 1 k illaiuond hy a
score of 5-0
Charlotte C In That Position
By Winning Race Sailed
Tho Irwin Cup was won yesterday
hy tho Charlotte O sailed hy Commo
doro Oeorgo Cnulcr of Hawaii Yncht
Club over tho prescribed 39-mllo
rnurso nulsldo tho harbor, winning
wllh 11 margin of 27; 17 oer tho
Yesterday's victory gives Charlotte
C two legs on tho Irwin cup whllu
tho Kamchnmclm has one.
It was n fresh breeze and heavy sen
through which tho yachts sailed yes
terday, starting on tho courso nt 10:13,
nnd the winner crossing tho finish
line nt 1:32 In tho afternoon.
There wcro threo starters in (ho
rnco hut tho Knmchanichn dropped
out ns sho lost her splnnnkor-coming
back from Koko Head nnd camo Into
Tho prettiest part of the race wac
lost to thoso on tho hnrhor front. It
was when tho three ynchts wero off
Knhnla, henllng Into tho wind's cyo
nnd taking on hoard squall nrter squall
that swept down the Wnlnlno gulch
nnd spilled Itself nut through tho bay.
It was then thnt nt times, tho keels
of tho threo boats camo out of wnter
and tho innln sheets wcro cased off,
To Iho writer's notion tho boats wero
too close hauled and wore making
nearly ns much leeway ns headway
A little more of tho "full nnd by"
would hnvo mado a prettier race and
better tlmo nnd weather of It. As
It was. It mado tho ends of tho fin
gers tingle to watch tho protty cratt
cat Into the wind wllh their sheets
dead flat, nnd It wns evident that
thoso nt tho helm knew their busi
ness. Passing this snmo point, on the run
back, wlngod out, with everything
drawing, It wns n most beautiful sight
In tho watchers on shore.
Tho Chnrlotto C won oat yesterday
from Iho Olndys boat for boat, nnd
on board wero Oeorgo Crozlor, Hurty
Rallcy, Alan Crozlcr, J. Crozlor nnd
Tlio Gladys wns sailed by Kenneth
FIRST MEET TO
BE HELD JULY 4
Twelvo events nro on tho card for
Um A. A. U track me'ct to bo held on
July 4 nnd this will bo Iho first meet
In tho Territory under tho auspices of
tho amateur organization.
Medals will ho given tho winners of
the different events. Following Is tho
Truck lit nils
One mllo run.
220-ynrd low hurdles.
Field Ka cuts
Running high Jump.
Running broad jump.
Running hop, step nnd Jump.
Putting IG-pound shot
Throwing IG-pound liammor.
PEARL WON OUT
BY THIRTY SECONDS
Tho youngsters of Honolulu Yacht
Club hud their raco yesterday while
the elder yachtsmen worn doing things
on tho otitsldo courso, nnd tho Pearl
won tho raco under the guldanco of
Thoro woro four boats In tho raco
for the Thormos bottle nnd they stnrt
od on tho course ut two-thirty.
At the finish linn they camo In, tho
Pearl first beating tho Klorenen, ser
ond, by thirty seconds. Ivy camo In
third, and Kllzaboth fourth.
Klorenen was sailed by Campbell
Crozlor. Ivy hy Mux Ilnlto and KHz
aheth by Friday, und nil the skippers
handled (holr craft like veterans,
u ti ::
Kualll mado a flno running calrh
In Iho llflli on h hot one from Akiiun's
.IonopIi Iiml several :iHM'll llllllri
during lliu Hum Im Hinml behind Um
pinto (or lliu PiutiiKiii'so Irani )
tlM him) liiiuislii l)Ujtlijtyi'ii)l ho; time nf hhiiim, t limir St minute lio In in Hiih'HhIiI nil llio nliuriioon. W e I ' l u 1 1 '! I n II I'rr inr,
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