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' EVBNINQ tgUeTIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIPAY, JULY 7, 1911. L ,
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KEiO TEAM HAD
BOVS Welcomed Everywhere
.T J I -i i-:i.- at. ,a.
and Lost Fifteen Hereto
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The Kelo Unlvtrlty tenm now hero
to play'n xcrler, of gamc& with the local
tram tt well iiIphhoI at landing here,
no It lias been kept busy throughout
Its lrl to the UtatcD.
The men arc glad to cot to a place
where they need piny hall only twice
n1 weik, on micieedinK duyti, the re
mainder of tho tlfno being Klven over
to light practise und rent.
The bcy claim that thl l tho first
place where thty mnmifcul to Kit n do
rent rest, and tley nra making i;0h1
ute of tho opportunity.
' Borne of the memhers of tho tenm
were In pwn yesterday, but the nSu
Jbrlty of them Ktned ut homo nndcuihe
down late III the afternoon for their
lirst leal prnctlMo. '
Cap In I n Kunkl mih nt home nil day
esttrilny, bilng Mill laid up with hi
Injun J leg, received In Tuosilny'a same
when Ilruns tried to reach xoconcJ-t,
In upeakliiR of tho trip. Captain
K.inkl states thnt they enjoyed It very
ninth. "We were welcomed, every
where wo wept, nod In Now Vork nnd
otliei hie cities the well-known' people
litxltfd us to receptions, hut wo had
to decline because our time was so
"We hellevo that our trip has mndo
the two nations feel,niore friendly to
Miirds each other. In all our Karnes
with the unherslty tcnmi, the Ameri
can people cume to see tin play In largo
crow dt, and they were ery kind.
"As I have stated, we could not go
t'o tiny reception. All wo could do
wii" to ecI into uutu und tnkon fast
trip around to tho plaits i of ' IntereMj
While In New York all wo could do
wn take nil auto ride around tho city.
Just to she us ait Idea of tho place.
It wiik n great experience for tho boys
tp Islt nil .these different- plnces and
to nee a civilized" nntlon with all the
"Our trlpjraS k success In every way
not in baseball nlone, but cspeilnlty
In ucriulrlns new Ideas nnd Retting
friendly with the Americans In the
BtntcH. We feet tluit Japan has hene
llteil hv our trip nnd tho two nations
are getting closer togctlur." '
In rcsponso to a iiuoitlon ns to
whether they would llko to play the
Wnsidns or not, pnptnln Knnkl stated
that the teams would llko to meet each
other ery much, but the faculty would
'not allow It. Ila thought It strango
tiot two big unlcrlty teams could
not play each other as they do In tho
"In two of our games," said Knnkl,
"wo bucked up ngnlnst two bg lenguo
pitchers, who were ery speedy, and wo
The Kilo tcnirt plajcrt forty-three
games In their fifty days of travel In
tin) States, and out of this number have
plned four tie guinea, wpn twenty-four
und lost fifteen" games. .This record Is
one which Is hard to beat by liny sim
rlMm 1nln hIha nlnlALV hniin lit -
iiio iviu iimvr vittium iu n.u nuv- v'"-" i' ." '. ii ..v-
rU up nt'ulnst some' prptty 0tor urn count. Tho same night tho team took
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Win TwentV-fOUr Games
uu ra urn r
pircs whllo tourlhs; tho Western 8tale,
especially so on one occasion whes.j.7 iinii v. k1ci. nt Athlnllp M
they plnjed tho Olympic Club In Se or g
nttlo and one nt dont Island, wherejg Sunday, July 9. tt
they plnjed their lust gnme before sail- n Dasobnll J. A. C. vs. Btars; P. tt
Ing, but managed to win this last game g A. c yH Keo. nt Athlctlo Park tt
In spite of poor decisions. They would 5 Auoutt tt
not nae forfeited the game In Hrnttle
hnd It not been for tho Japanese funs
n inoixcniiiers, wuoswampni tiieiiem
when the umpire made Ills fourth bad'
Captain Kunkl, who Is n gentlemanly
plujer. wNhe to mnko, known the facn'",1Ml tttlvr a fu" ,,fty ""'n110 nrl
that the Kelo team ncur trlcK to make
trouble nnd Is In the. gnme for fulr play,
but If the team believes an umpire Is
not giving Hum u square deal, the cap-
tain or the tam will ask for a new
man to take his place-one who knows
tho game better. "n ""V on ,,. way to un., own ncrCi Thelr. nrilt quelIon Up
The games won nnd lost by tho Kelo' " ""Arrived In Ohio where they who g go,ng fo plchr
nlno while on Its tour through, the lw "veral games. First pmOj thg rnl
Htntes are ns fo'llows: ,BU n8t "ay'on ,ow" ,!ea:n''n whl of tho feam ls hardly considered. So
Mini lintnA fpfVm ttrnifMl Ihn lipttr. work- . .. .
May G-Lamlftl at Snn PranclMCO.
l'lacd game with Cullfornla Unlvcr-
slty. Score 3-3; seven Innings, dame
stopped on account of lateness. I
May 7 Arrived nt Springfield, Col.
Played with Springfield town team,
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Won easily, 11-0.
Mny b Played Salldii' town team.
May Went over to Denver
plned a game with tho Denver Uni
versltyj Won 0-2. ,
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oi-jiHry H.uuywere-ino-iasxesir raw
met during th our, In their class, olid
it was. a naru-rought nuitcn,
SIny II Played University of Kan,
sas nnd won after tight gnme, 7-8-
JIny 12 Hnd'another unmo with tho
Knnsus team and wun attain, 10-0. team, nnd won from that nlno after. with tho North Dukota University
Mny 13 Arrived In Missouri, where n imrd game! Score, 3-2. team. In which the Kelo nine had
the Kelo nlno got Ita first bad defeat, May 26 Team arrived In Washing- awakened from their first defeat and
ut the hands ot tho University of Mis- ton, wherq It crossed hats with the turned the tablet. Oh tho university by
souri team, which hnd a big; leaBuer In aeorKetown University team There a clone 'margin, 4.3.
the box, whom the Nlpponeso could not nm a. Iilif crowd of tow;n officials nt. Tho team then started on Its homo
tout h. Harper, now pltclilpic for tho this Rame, when tho homo team won ward trip to the Coast cities, arriving'
Ht. Louis Nationals, woh tho man they by a narrow mnrxln 2"-J. Tho team ut Spokane three dnjs Inter,
bucked up nealnst, nnd ho shut them ncnln hoardliu the train for New York.l Juno 17 Team arrived at Ijpokane
out. The tKclos my ha was u lino arriving next dny. (nnd Is welcomed by countrymen. It
pitcher nnd stood about slit feet high. May 27 Kelo tenm arrived at Now played the Spokano team thai" after-
ml curves were beauties. Score, 0.-10.
On the 14th they went on the train.
Mny IS Team lauded In St, Louis
and hnd Rama snmo nflcrnoon with St.
Louts University, turnhiK the tnbles on
thnt team 7-C. .
Mnj; 18 Kolos plnved a name nRnlnst
the Mllllkcn College team, before a very
inrge crown qnu ineir long siring ot
v letorlei was broken again by tbo homo
team, 2-6, after which tho Kolos board-
cd tho train.
May 17 Tenm nrrlyed In Indiana,
wherp they met the Wabash College
tenm, und they also turned tho tubles
on the Nipponese. This time thff BCoro
wus J-9. The Kelo boys claim that
they were very tired that day from
.lint It ttttf Irln nml ltut rtti 4llnf firt-
l. WORT CALENDAR. M
tt It Managers of baseball and otb- 0
tt ec athletic teniiiB would notify the tt
tt Bujlotln of .thoSiiatea of pro- tt
tt rjoaeil mntcho nn that ullrh In tl
tt formation could be placed In the tt
k apon calendar it would da con-,n
lered a favor. Address all com- tt
a munlcatlona to RnortlnK Editor, tti
f Bulletin Office,
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M ii,iiniia,nr 'v. nt.'
g inter-Island tfolo Tournament. tt
train ngnjn nnd started on Its long
Journey across to Cincinnati, where It
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"-Arrived In Cine nnatl Piny-
against Cincinnati Unlvarslty and
l'ul " uggregauon 10 siuep Uy '"
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On the 20th tho team wna on tho
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inir inn fvpiii iiiiiii lur aiiirrn a uiio.
My ,2lKeIo piayei, against Wit-
.-,.... imtversltv. nlsa of Ohio, trim-
mlng tho homo tenm badly. In tills
game ten Kelo men hnd crossed the
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plate before the game was over. The,
Kclos were victorious 10-3.
May 23 Kelo met Wesleynn Unlver
nnd 'ry on their diamond and beat them
ftftei a close nnd exciting gnme. Score,
lu - 4. That night they took tho train
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M"' "-Arrive.! mwe.i Virginia.,
Played against west Virginia College'
aJ 0,t To'that bunch Tfter plnyln
la raKKed rame. -Score, 4-8. The aamT-
Jnl((ht they left foV Pennsylvania..
f Mar IS Arrived at Plttsbure and
f Mar T!5 Arrived at Pittsburg and
'went un aaalnst tho crack McKeesportl
.York and tackled Fordham University,
'beat,lnt( thnt bunch of ball-tosscrs 11-7 account of their lonir Journey.
Rfter setting- the luck. It was hero June 18 The minc-li ot a move on
thnt tlu team was well received by nnd put tho Seattle team Into the back
the lynple of New York, nnd where yard, beating' It to the tune ot 14-3.
t10 Imjjs toolc In auto rldcj nround the, On the same nfternoon the Kelo nine
iclty, Kettlng nn Idea of the place. I tried a picked Japanese team, and show-
Mny,,!8r-Thla was tho first day that'ed tlem that they were not so good by
the boa had an opportunity to nave
V day to themselves. Tho whole team
Jtnok In -the grand sights of Niagara
Falls They were delighted at the sight.
'and the trip waa enjoyed Immensely.
I Mnv 29 The team had such a good
tlmo the day before thnt It forget all
'about bnsebnll, and the Syracuse Unl-
erxlty team gnvo the Kelos a beating
to the tuno of 13-0.. The Nipponese
( i . li ... a at. t ...-. .! AAn.l
-cilllld Willi HUH wn u?ir HCUUIIU rillU.
'counter with a bl leaffue pitcher, who t Junec 20 the KIoh crossed Ma with
norininiv Ifntit tli lfln Imvu viioHitlnir 'n tnum KnmiMiuMl of their cnuittrvinen
ami bofore they left tho fleUt he hantiwaiulBhqw.ed, IheTit that tthey kMU ld a
ed nut nlno eggs .for the nine men on
the Kelotetun an souvenirs. This pitch-
rr was Tlorett, nnd after tho game he.
departed for Pittsburg, whero lie algp-
ed up us a league pitcher.
Mny 30 proved a bitter day for tho
Kelo hunch. They landed back In
Pennsylvania und tackled tho Allegheny.
College team, which was sent buck to
supper with the Hcoro C-3 ngnlnst them,
Tho team left that night for Detroit,
whero they arrived on June 1. It was
here'' that tho Kelo nine saw the big
leaguer! play. The. game wua between
(ho, Cubs andjhe aiants. .
I Juno 3 the fe'Am lunded In Michigan,
vvhera they lost to the Michigan Unl -
June 4 Played a gamo with Klkhard,
Juno G On train.
Jiiie Q Ttum urrlvfd In Wisconsin,
ptuvlnk sivirnl gumiH before leaving
tho htnte. Klrtt iluy, against Notre
Da pie, C-9.
June 7 Wisconsin University, 4-3.
June 8 nipou Collece, 2-1,
Juno a Grand Rapids, 8-4,
Juno 10 Ashland town, tcum, S-4,
June 11 Ashland town teum, 3-1.
All the nbovo game vycro won by
Titty started on Juno 11 for North
Pnkutn, vviero they ost ona nnd won
ri.. .ill .1,. nt iii iiii iim i,.nm wnu
'VJiiiio 13 Tenm riatlud' irorth bu
TWO GOOD GAMES TOMORROW;
HAH ENLIST TWO NtW. MKN
Teams Ar Stannthfruri Fnr
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tie and Aydu On Teams.
The first real game of the Kelo team
will take Dlnce tomorrow afternoon at
ha Athletic Park. The Kelo nine will
meet the champion Hawaii tcim for the
Mrst time, nnd both teams will fight it
out to a finish on the diamond.
This match should draw as big a
crowd nH a.flundny game, nnd there Is
no doubt thnt the fans will turn out
In full force and root for tho homo
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be, Uf ,,, whll(. thpr enuno
pitcher. Lola. Is Iri the box. They
claim that the university players will
(ve mt mt,e chanCK of ttorklllg thelr
b(jjH wlh hlm Tl( ronnlH , be
on the other hand, .the Nipponese
)rteyo ( n m anylhhlK ,nat,g
IHicneTB pi mm uanu woitue rt wiw,
Thfv usual double-header will take
place tomorrow. The first gnmo will
be between the Stars and Ht. Louis.
Unrney Joy In on both tenmit and Is1
the cuptnln of the Stars, which should
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mime inni limy lur iim iiwii leiim.
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All tho teams In the Oahu Loairuo
are being ttrengthened ns niuih as pos
sible for this special series. Al Castle
will be In tho box 'for tho Stars to
morrowwltli Joy atMhe receiving end.
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ThUi should be a strong battery. Castle
, ,, r,- .rf h -1.1? than
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"Vr tomorrow, and whoever beU on
Ikotn, plajed the university team, and
Juno 14 h return match waa played
noon and was beaten badly,4t-ll, on
me win or i-u; seven innings
June t the team bucked up-agalnst
the Olympic tenm, and 'It turned out
to be a draw 7-
Juno 22 'the Kelo bunch landed In
Portland, had a gumo with tho town,
team, and lost 3-11.
June 25 found the team, at the epd
of Its. long, successful tour. It plnyed
the Hucrameuto nam and 'tost again,
lot to learn by giving. them a bill for
twenty runs to their one.
June 27 brought the last gamo for
the Kilo bojs before their trip to Ho
juolulu, and they vvereiglad to win It
from tho marina tenm of Clout Island
This indid the Ir -Journey through tho
j The team Is In possession or three
loving cups and n pennant The cups
were presented by their countrymen In
the States. The largest ot the thne
vvui presented to tho team In New.
York, one In Portlind, and unothor In
' Heattle. The banner camo from the
'iMlpioneso ball tenm of Spokane, Wash,
I Whllo hero thn teiim expects to add
more victories to Its reiord.
n m m
Thn Kntuil polo team la doing some
hard work on the Held ut present in
irnnrniimitfnr the Inter. Inland cham
pionship tournament, which is t'o i bo
held liu August
The -team, is In good condition, ona
C. A, Ulce. inptnlii of theUiiin, Is anx-
loua for tho first mulii to coiuo on,
The llrst game slioiilil be ntioui Augusi
10. John Mnllna Is w(ti tho team
iiunin. i He was a Homier Inst year.
wi.,, K,m tuun iins reeelvnl snmo
- nev ponies uhkh are Viry speedy.
Srwiftinl Rftrioc Cn Suo Hoc.
!.. ww.lvu wvt who
this team will no doubt win. F.n Sue
and V. Avau have enlisted with the Ha
waii bunch, nnd these two will
strengthen tho team considerably. V.
Ayan Is a crock shortstop and will re
place Kunlll for a whllo' at the half
way station. '
The ttum will hnvn a strong bunt.'
and run combination now, which looks
better than the Jupuneso' can have.
Hlco up first, lllll Desha, David Desha,
and then Kn Sue. Hamaukujs the fifth
man up, mid thnt means everybody
home If the ball meets his bat at the
It wljl be n great game, and all tho
fans who cnu possibly get off should
be In attendance.
The Hawaii tenm plays, only oij Sat
urdays, and they will mtet the, Kelo
nine onca more uftir tomorrow's game.
Tin Kelo team has not decided on Its
full lineup yet, but will be ready by
Tho lineups ut the home teams aro
St. I.ouls Soares, c: Leslie, p ; a.
Ilruns, lb.; Kronen, 2b : Markham, 3b ;
Chllllngvvorth, ss ; Sumner, rf.; II.
Druns, cf.; IJushnell, If.
Ilnwnlls Ilnphnel, a; Lota, p ; Dro
ler, lb ; Hamauku, 2b.; Markham, 3b ;
V. Ayau, ss.; pice, rf,; En Hue, cf.; W.
Desha or D. Desha, rf. '
Stars Joy, c; Cnstle, p ; Aknnn, lb ;
Ah Toon, lb.; Ah Tin, 3b.; Kan Yen,
ss ; Sumner, rf.; Hayes, cf.; Sulli
Cuntnln Kankl. who was out out of
commission last Tuesday, will be In (he
game against tho Hawalls tomorrow.
The KaUal representatives will keep
the' other teams hustling when they
come In contact with them when the
Maul's team has poidponod practise
on account of tio Illness ot II. B. Bald
win. v Tho cavalry and. Oahu ! teams
Will continue their practise this week.
Onhu has a larger turnout otplayn
tills year than ever before.
. Tho cuvulr tcum has Improved a
great deal since last year, and Its new
ponies are dundlos. ,
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Fnkudn, tho crack catcher of the
Kelo University nlno, Is confined to
his bed nt present und will not bo ublo
to play for soma time. lie Is well
known to the ball players ot three
) ears ago. Ohashl, another of tho Kely
players, who played centerlleld on the
team throe' car ugo. Is also laid up
The park management has done well
(n providing a roof for tio Kiva
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