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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911.
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o.---l- uJ I I 7a3 .1. -- -g!fc I Ml .1 o- I '77
Native Spns and Stars Wjn,
, ners In Two Well-Fought;
Iby Hip four-ball mute, nnu rnneiieu
'second on nil error of tlilril baseman,
rcnchlng liomo by a wild throw. Apnu
handed out im i Hon to ClilllltiKWortli,
Akntin ntul Louis, but all of them
failed to scoro.
Thu Hturs fume back In the second
nnil scored one run also. I Till cross
ed tho plate throiiKh tho assistance of
Sumner, who knocked out n, two-bagger.
Thertt wiw no morn scoring until
the eighth Inning, whin tho Stars
started off and Ola solno hitting which
nutted them four ruim. It iyns seen
Two Rood games of baseball were nt that tlmo that tho Jnp.inoso had
plnyed nt Athletic Park Sunday uft- little allow of winning tho game, Hayes
irnoon. Tho usual large crowd of fan made a safe hit over short; Knn Yen,.v
wan present. I tho Bfar player, bunted a dandy over
Promptly at 1:30 tho Portuguese and the pitcher nnd readied first safe,
llauall'j took tho Held. Pedro was In Sumner, who replaced Hayes, got to
the box for the Portuguese und Alex 'second on tint play, All Toon was next
Di-shu did thu twirling for tho Ha- lip to bat und sacrificed Sumner to
walls, Hoth pitchers did good work,' third, whllo Knn Yeti.rcached second,
and there was no scoring on either side A simeezo pluy was started by Miller,
until the llrst half of tho fourth ln-jwbo bunted nnd 'reached first, Sumner
niiig.-wlieii the Hawaii got one man crossing tho plute on tho piny, whllo
over, the plate. Ulll Desha got sufo on 'Tan Yen ndvanced to third. 1 Tin
llrst by a pass, and Kualll sent him mado n good hit to third, who fnin
to second. Dosha romped soon after, bled, and Tin reached first, Knn Yen
by a wild throw to third from short crossing tho pluto , for another run.
This ended tho scoring till the ninth,' Sumner was next up and mado n good
when tho Nutlvo Sons got buiy ami, '" "ver shortstop, sending Miller nnd
netted four rutin through good hltsnnd t- Tin home. This ended tho scoring
team work. David Desha knocked a'"'"! tho SJnrs were victorious by tho
hot ono to Miort, who fumbled. Wco ! """ nf 5 " Sumncd did some good
went out by tho strlko-out route, w.'work with the stick. The, Stars plny
Deshn bunted, and reached first on " W"" f'?"1 tlirougH, nnd aro
' .... .... 1 tF . !... I .. . ,,. miinn
lll,UU I'l. nillllllip, Hl.T atll.li..
The scoro nnd lineup:
Alt It, HUSH TO A E
Kan Yen. nt 5 1 1 0 1;(8 0
All 'Toon. Hi ,..,. -I 0 fr 0 1C ih 1
Miller, J!l 4 1 0 1 I 1., 1
I Tin. 3b 4 i2 2 1..0 3 0-
KING G VES TOO
Relay Team of Three Men
Beats "Soldier" By Half
Mile in Fine Contest.
could only gain one and one-third
laps on Patsy, King picked up a lUtlo
inoio tin (Jcorgo and would hnvo donu
even belter hut tho "Kid" spurted on
Ills last lap ami made up sixty yards,
sending. .Inckson off two laps and .1i
yards behind King.
Jackson and King mado a protty
tight of It, tlmo nnd again passing
each other. N'lgel started out like n pnmoc.
whirlwind, but'thd sOldler" even, nu- raiHlTiaS
tomatlc stride nto up the miles Bteadl-I
ly and until near tho end It looked ns!
If ho might make up tho four lap:
handicap. Hut lie could not speed up The Onhu junior baseball serlei
near the, end. After the eighth mile, started off Sunday morning nt Athletic
King ilhl lot out n link or two and la- Park with two fairly good gnmes A,
and Asahis Prove
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"Soldier' King Is a splendid ills-
Innco man, but ho wns not good
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VIIUIIHII, J(aiClMUJ LW IUI1 Itll IIIIIU6 I ' . , . -.--,.. ,
whllo n n.lnv Irani ,if llirnn moii n-.iu el liloeil inn null i.iii-u id la III log largo croWU Ol I11I1S lliriieil mil 10 SQI
ligVtlatlng, nine miles, nnd tho relay hcglnnlng of tho tenth mile, but could the gnmes unci slzu up the tennis. Tho
the pluy, advancing Dosha to third.
Kualll wub glvn u walking ticket to
llrst nnd then the buses wero full, with
no one out, Hnmaiiku was next uji to
bat nnd sent n beauty to left Held,
sending D Desha" home. Podto trred
to catch Desha sleeping on third,
but tho lutter beat It. f or. i homo, and
arrived itafeli'. Uaphagl wiv given frif
transportation to 'llrst- Slurklmni mudo
a gooiV hit, past third nnd Kualll nnd
Hni'nuku-'reached home. This ended
the scoring for the day, n tho Portu
guese never had n lnok-ln during t;ielr
last two-- Innings,
IJIce, If ...j.,...
W. Desha, cj '..
Kualll. ks .'....
Hamaukm 2b ..
Markliam, 3li ..
A. Desha, p ....
Lota, p ....,-..
Mclntyre, rf ...
D. Desha, rf ...
lj. jmi, ..if II- ,i5j; -.
Hnmner,:lf ...' 4 0 "i'lfljlfi 0 0
. - j n a"' a r. i n
fuy, u v v v iM- t i .
Apau, p ......... .;. o'jo;-o:iio
irooi.ll. rf 4 0 0 0
Hayei, cf-p ..
27 10 2,.
J. A. C.
AU R DII 3D PO.A IJ
Walker, cf ! 1
ChllllmrwortliJ ss...3 o
Akana, 2b-lli .....3
IlOMi, 3b .".... '..... 3
Asam, 3b 1
llrlto, lh-c .....
Louis, rf 3
Zerbe, If 3 0
Hoopll, c 0 0
Kronen, 21 3 0
Csplnda, p 3 0
6 1 27 14 1
Totnls 29 C
P. A. C.
FIIzit. Ill 3
Joicplt, c .' 2 0
Mndelrn, cf 1 0
Etego, rf ,
Pedro, p ,
-29 1 3 2 27 14 2
2 2 27 17 4
0 Q 0 0 4 r.
lioi 2 r.
0 0 0 0 00
0, 0, 1 0 0-
4 o r.
Tolaltv 2B 0
Scoro by Innings:
nuns 0 0 0 1
ltaso hits 01 0 0
P. A. C,
llnse hits 1 0 0 0
Twn-baso lilt. Souzn; sacrifice lilt.
W. Desha: left on bases, Hawalls
P. A. C. 6: first baso on errors, Hnwnlls
' 2. P. A. C. l; double plays, nnphacl to
Markliam. Deponto to Ugshnell to Pll
zeri hit by pjtcher, JoM-phi struck out,
bv Pedro 8. Dcshn C. I.nta 0: liases on
called bnlls, off Pedro 4, Desha C, Lota
Oj passed balls, Raphnel 1. Joseph lr
Innlnga pitched, by A. Desha 7. J.oto.2;
hits, off Desha 2. l.ota.0. Umpires,
Chllllngworllv and, Hampton; scorer,
AY. T. Raposo.
Start Y4-'J- A. f.
The Hfcpnil gain" was expected to
he n victory for the Jupniiew, but the
Ktars Wrn.?'l ih? t"Vle3 on U"ln Tu0
Japanese t'eum was tho llrst to bat and
Apnu, who was In tho box tor the
Stars, started off by walking n few to
first, He could not put the ball over
the plato nnd was soon relieved after
walklnc thfCV men nnd ono run being
scored 911 him. H"uyes cnnie. In from
center field und took Apiiu'a position
In tho box. Joy worked bU pitcher
will, und from that time on Huyes held
the Japs down In good form.
There wero.nmno brilliant plays mado
-during the, lutter part of the game.
Walker came In for 11 share of ap-
plauso In tho seventh Inning, when lip
cnuKht n hot one out In, center lieia
Th Ktnrs had tho crowd back of
"them nil tho time, und ulmost every
bodv was satisfied to seo them win.
Kan Yen, who played, nt short for the
Hinra. mucin some good ratches nlid
played an excellent gamo for Ills team
In tho llrst lulling the Japanese
scored one run. Walker went to first
Sore by Innings:
nuns ... 9 10 Q 0,
Paso hits 0 3 0 1 0
J. A. C.
Runs 1 0 0 0 0
llaso'hlts 0 0 1 fl 1
Two-base hit, Sumner; sacrifice hit,
ih Toon; left pp bases. Stars B, J. A.
C!. fi; first base on errors. Stars- 1, J.
A. C. 1: struck out, by Apnu 1, Hayes
4, Kiplndn 4: bases on called balls, off
Apau 4; wild pitches, Apau 2: passed
balls, Urlto 1, Joy 1; Innings pitched,
by Apau 2-3, Hayes 81-3J lilts, oft
Hayes 3. Umpires, Hampton nndfhll
llugnorth; scorer, W. T. Rnposo; time
of gnnie, 1 hour 22 minutes.
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l.tgam won tho lucu at Athlollc Park
with llnce laps or half a nillo tg
Putsy McKcnim, Kid George, und
Nigel Jackson, the throe men pitted
against tho game little? Irishman' from
San Francisco, proved u better com
bination than tho wise ours thought,
nnd King ilia not show the, Bpeod ho.
wns exiiected to uncord toward the
end of the race. That about tells the
story, but the details aro full of In
terest, for there was something do-
I Ing all tho wny through tho contest,
and a disappointedly small ciowd caw
a sporting event that should have
drawn n park full of people.
McKenna, (Jeorge and .Jackson ran
their nine mllc.i In S8 minutes nnd 38
seconds. As Jackson crossed the fin
ish line, lie was almost neck and neck
with King, who had run nliio miles
am) three Intra. Tho soldier still had
three laps to go, andMio finished his
ten miles Jn 1 hour 1 minute 42Vi
Tho time, whllo not record-broal;
view in mo not. liny i .,
of tho track, which
wad none tgo good tor the loug gthid.
And the iiioq furnished plenty of fea
tures nnd plenty of cxrilonipnt.
I'urt of the excitement was not bill,
oil on tho irograin. Along toward
the last, when the sohller was plug
ging nlong und there was Just a
chanro ho would show n flash of speed
aud overcome tho big handicap,, an
excited fan rushed out on the field
and crossed tho track, apparently
with the Intention of giving King
some advice. Several times hefore
spectators bad ventured out near the
track until "Soap-box" Ilarron, the
promoter of, thy event, had told n cap
tain of ludlce to Tkooi nny others
away. When this enthusiast jumped
out, the captain went after him and
nulled htm, by the coal Just as tho
man started to run along with King.
The spectator whirled nnd landed a
swinging right-hander on tho police
man's neck and thorp was a mix-up
In a minute. A score of other peoplo
dashed Into the fray, but two or threo
members of tho police forcp finally
carried t,lio man off tho field.
Tho Vfholo thing was unfortunate.
Tho spectator evidently lost his head
and probably did npt mean to strike
nu officer, nnd theya wns as much of
tho lurtlcroii? nR tho serious aliout the
fray, llowovor, it furnished a thrill
for a minute.
King lost thp race because tho two
fighters, McKonna and poorgp, prov
ed that they could, plug along pretty
fast for two miles, aud a half each
N'lgel Jackson, who ran thoJast four
miles showed n lot or piuck and noii
King practically even on his nerve.
Ho tarnished n good exhibition, at
that, hv a grandstand finish and n
faint in front of tho grandstand when
ho could have romo In standing up
ns wel as not.
McKenna was thp first of tho threo
relay runners, and though King tpok,
Hie lead from tho start, the soldier
It 8PORT CALENDAR. It
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it It Managers of, baseball and oth- tt
SI er athletic teams would notify the tl
It n it 1 lo 1 1 n of the dates of pro- tt
tt posed matches bu that such in- tt
tt fonnutlou could be placed In the tt
tt sport calendar It would ho con- tt
tt sidered a favor, Address all com- tt
It munlcatlons to "ipottlng editor, J!
U Ilullotln Ofllce. tt
tt Thurtday, June 15, tt
tt Fifteen, Hound, flo at Orpheutn tt
tt llotworn lntnv Mptfpnti'i nnd 11
ill Kl,l flcoriro of San Priinclsco. it
do no better.
Klng'B time by miles:
V mile 5 mln 12 2-5 see.
2 miles 10.u5,
3 inlloit 16.S2 1-2.
I miles t2.4S.
r. nilics 29.52.
G Tillies SC.tS.
'7 miles 12.11 1-2.
8. miles 48.D3.
9 lulled "i,20.
lO'iiijdes J.01 42 1-2.
crTcket 'teams in
first match wns betwetn (ho Palatums
nnd Aiilns, n victory for tho former,
The Anhts showed that frome of thu.
players did not know tho gnmo well.
During the gamt! tlje team wns switch
ed iirotiud nbout live times. It wns not
until thn sixth Inning that they finally
settled down, with llrlto In tho box,
replacing Apnu, and ICiirIIkIi taking
l.tehman's place behind the lint. Thn
llrst gnmn ended with the scorn 9 to t
III fnor of the Taliinuis. The Asnlils
won their game easily from thn (J. A.
IT. ly it big margin 8-2.
au nun kui'o a i:
Honolulu Cricket Club members
played a frlendiy game on Saturday
afternoon at tho Muklkl grounds, the.
team headed hy tho captain wlunliu;
by 82 runs In thn first Inning from
Lilio team headed by the lce-cnptulny
thn Inlnln lielni? 12R In IC n,ili An. I
derson for the winners nnd nrown for
the losers both started. The scoro:
A. Marshall, c. nnd h. Hath 9
Anderson, retired ...u8
A. St. C. I'llannla. howled Hath... in
J. Ilcasc, c. and h. Hnlh 10
Kiiuiii. nb ...
Ozakl, 2b-ss .
llrlto, lli-p ...
Murlno, If . ,.
Iln Yon, p-lli ,
(1. Marshall, run out
S. Hayhiirst, run nut
J. Tucker; liol.ouf ;,.;..';'...
J. Murray, bow led Maxwell . . .
II. Hodrlgucs, c. and h- Hrown.
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Totnls 37 G G 3 24 K, i:t
' AUItUIISlll'OA IS
M. Coxtn, rf ..
A, Jiuieph, lb
M. Morse, p ..
M. l'hllllps. If
U I trash, rf ,.
J. Wlkoll, 3b...
(1, Quintal, ss ..
M. IVrrelra. c.
.... w .-,.. . A
Rath. c. and b. Marshall 7,J' """ ' -."
Maxwell, c. ami h. Dpaso G
Drown, c. and I). Fldilcs 32
.Iiilnifon, bowled Anderson 0
Kidiles, not out , ,, ,. -
Wlnklpy, bowled Ilinwn 0
llarhurt, c. Dcase'.h. Anderson., 0
Knnlun, hoivled A,uderson ,.. (I
FANDOM AT RANDOM
I Total 36 9 t 8 27 8 3
I Score by Innings:
I ' A ALAS.
Kuns 00030092 0 r,
llase hits 0 0 0 2 0 10 2 05
Itun ..1 0 C 0 0 0 2 0 9
Rase hits 0, 1 1 1 0 1 0 C
Sacrifice hits, A. Joseph, Wlkoll: left
on liases. Aulas 7, l'lamas 10; bases on
bnlls, off Kn Yon 3, llrlto 2. Morso 9:
Innings pitched, by Kn Yon 3, llrlto B:
Urlto 4! hit by
Thorn was nlentv of nolo on Satur
day afternoon at Moanalun. field.' hits off Kn Yon
Thirty-six ponies and sixteen player pitcher, T.lshmnir, Wlhl pitches. Kn Yon
helped to furnish a lively afternoon, Urlto 1; passed balls, I.lshmnn -z,
I'our tennis played, the lllues winning English 2. Kerrelra 1. Tlmo of game,
from the Whites and tha Heds from 1 hour 31 m.lnutes; umrilrev ir Chll
Ilia Yellows. Scores two goaU to llngwnrth: nciirir, Jf. JncksonJ
none and ono goal to none.
Tlicro will probably be a polo match
on July I between the Oahu four and Karn In, 2b
All R Mil BR 10 A H
Tin Yen, cf ,.
Tan Im, cf-2b
Kan Yen, ss ,,
Ciub team Asakl. 3b-s 4
on the Aala Park diamond Sunday by Kiirnsnkl, If 3
a scoro of 5 to 3. Kono pitched for Murnknml. 0 1
tho wlnuors and Ynmashlro for the Noda, 2b 4
losers. I'- Morlynma, ss-p.4
, J'V. MorPjamn, p-3b.4
Knn Yell, shortstop for tho Stars, Iuwnnka. ;t 4
Is ono of tho likeliest youngsters play- KoJImn, rf 3
lug In nny of tho local Infields. Ho Hlashl, 111 4
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tluow to first.
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nitwit u t;t t: nu vtnn.ijn ,, ti
the Fifth Cavalry team.
Athletic I'urk was a picturesque
place on Saturday night when thu Sing Hung, If
fireworks dlsplaywas heklj Vtlio liatk Ah Hong, 3b
was crowded, the nttehdanco bcln? A. Wong, rf 2 0
estimated at 3,000, at least hulf ef Hoon Kl, e a 0
them Chinese ll.uck Yee. lb 2 0
. Hong Chup, 1 1 0
Tho Wnh Mini ball team beat thn V. Oh Ynp, p 1 0
Mini I. mi nlno on Saturday aftoruoon
by n fcoro of 14 to 11.
Tho Japanese high school jilno trim
med the Honolulu Athletic
...27 2 3 2
All It IlII 81! I'O A II
4 C20 8 1
Tan I.o out, stepping over plato.
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