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EVEN(NQ BULLETIN. HOKOLULy, T. H, MONDAY, JULY'17, 1911.
SAINTS HAND KEIOS
a SPORT CALENDAR . 8
tt Wednesday, July 19. tt
tt Baseball CIiIiipbo fl. Kclo. tJ
tt Saturday, July 22. tt
tt Ilasclmll St. Lout vs. J. A. C; tt
tl 1. A. C. v.t Kclo.
tt Yacht Raco-Oovcrnor's
tt Around (lie Islands.
It wns a Fail beating which tln Stars
received at the hands ur the well
known Kclo tenm mi the Athletic 1'nrk
BARNEY JOY PITCHES SWELL GAME SUGASE IS BAT
TED OUT OF BOX IN THE FOURTH INNING.
? ' j tt Sunday, July 23.
-Nothing could plcnso tho local hall n Unit during the day, find It was the tt Baseball P. A. C. vh. J.
fans more, especially tin- hackers of tho ncllons of these two players which kept' tt Hawaii vh. Kclo.
RL .I-.UU College Alumni tenm. more """ "" I " .....'Cr-Arst 'A
,. . Joy flatted In by walking tho first Aquatic Siwrta ! lrst A,
man wnai .un. .cm.. ..... .-. mnni ouj, Bllc(, mt n Sports, UIBlmp'H Slip. .
nine oh th "Athletic Pari; diamond yes- t in1 not.wnriuc.liip yet. Krom that " August,
tcnlny iiriernoon before n record- ti, hu,rliocl that ho was In perfect n InlcMdlanil Polo Tournament.
1irfillnr cfniuil vultnn (tin limnn (pillri ... ..1 (1... Ml..nni...n .11.1 ........ 1ll S
.. ...... ...r, ...- 1P. ... w - ,,mim, iiimi mi' iiii.uuc.--i- urn n imiu 9999 ft mm tttf t t If 11 It tt tl XI
cuvv tlio .uilyernlty Hiio u 1ioC lntiuiRtf tnJiN enrvo. imiiimkIiik to Ket nn whbwhh
whllfwiiHli, Bomvtlilnfc tlmt Iiiih not only' four .hltrt off Mm. .rent It-men ami nOmltted that tlie In their half of the llrst mid went four D. Denim, ah 2
The Stars won their game from thn
Hnwalla 7-5 nftcr an Interesting game.
(1. Meyer, the Walanae wonder, wuh
elvel. a trvotlt liv Cnl.tnln 1)olii,. n.iil
dlair.i.n.1 Saturday afternoon, the local ,, ,,, irougoul lu gami ,,,,.
tenm going under to the tiino of 1C-C. rariy K0Od hall. Hayes was his oppo-
The homesters, captained hy Harney nent, and he did well.
Joy, made the fans hellevo for n while The otflclnl score was ns follows:
that they were koIiir to do Rreat thing HAWAIIS.
ilurliiK tho Kaine. . AUHUHSBPOA II
The Kulos ninde two runs In their Illcr, If S 1 1 U 1 0 0
llrst InnhiK, and the Stars came hack Kualil, ct 3 0 0 1 U 0 U
0 12 2
been .applied to tho Nipponese since , t,(J g(.com. tll0 ant8 Corcd one, ' strongest tenm won. men over tho plate' In short order. Halley,
they played the Syracuse team In the .,-.,., ...... .., ..i.,..,,,.. ... ,.-,,, s,lm.i Now the long siring ot Keld victories The wuy'they did It wns n treat to'Mclntyre, rf
States, when that aggregation trimmed m'r W1,H . n ,, ..y . ,lrst. Joy mH ),. )rokcn, it Is hoped that all see, us they .knocked Ishlknwa's dellvi-Meyers. y ...
the Japanese 13-0.
The Saints can
wnA ttlVcn free trnnnortntlnn to nr.t
boast of not only,,,,,, .,,,.,.,,,...,,,,,..., -,
wlnnliiB the Knn.e, y,t Ull.R tho third ,.c-,,;,, u Illc ,, ,,,,.,, ,, ,.,, for
learn in snui lliein o.n, miiuw.i.h .-...,. l,v...luiKir..r. I.rlnulne .tn
""- " T -'
off as a seiivenlr. ) ,
It was' a ureal .lay of rejolclnir for.
the Honolulu fans'. In fcpltu of'lfs lieluR
Sunday. There was music. In the air
full, when Hoopll fame to the plate Mlllkaa, c 4
one t'i Jin.v.0 nil iw for hlmiilf tt. curry, MnlKllllll, W!IM ,,, ,y, to cclUcr,
Three outs. One run.
In the third Snares opened the ses
sion with a safe hit to short. En Sue
the tenuis will start out the second cries ull over the leld. The liases were Dreler, lb
round In tl.u same manner.
The otllclul scores were us follows: nud picked out n nice one which netted. llanmukii.
from the beginning of the II rut Inning
till the Knmo, ended..
MannKcr llleason wns a happy man
when llarney Ji.y llnlshed up the last
bell, r of tho Kclo nine by scndluK him
to the bench by tho strike-out rouje.
. The HI. Louis team Is to be congrat
ulated for the trick is turned on the
visitors, and special pratsu .should be
Blven Joy, who witched tho Kami) of lift
life. Ileforo he was through with 111"
Kelos ho had handed out eleven passes
to the bench via tho strike-out route.
I.OHR beforo tliti Ramo started the
was Riven a pass to llrst. Ilushnell
cumo up and lilt to second and Is out;
S.uircF. went to third nnd En Sue to
second. Aknnu blmtled to third nnd
Sou res tried to uet'houii) on tho nlay.
but vwuh out, I'mniio vi safe on li.lt "usase, j. .
to third, anil En Sue and Akana camo IliUnwn. P
home on tho play, Kusuka tlirulngto
llrst. Siiumed enme up nnd sent ono
In left llehf, udvancliiR Krnnco to sec
ond, Joy made n safe hit to right (leld !
luiil Kronen cijuipleted tho round trip "'" ,,' c'
and picked uut n nice one which netted
him n two-bagger, bringing the three
men home Knn Yen, Sumner and Ay.
0 2 lett. Hoopll came home later.
2 1 This wns something of n surprlsa to
0 0 the Honolulu funs,, and It tilled them
0 0 Willi Joy. Things looked gloomy forthe
0 0 Kelo.'i when it was found that tho
C 0 homesters had scored four runs nnd
0 0 knocked a pitcher out of the box. l'u-
1 1 kudu noiv ussumed the attack.
2 0 Castle had warmed iuj and was pitch
1 0 lug good,, bendy ball.
Neither side scored till tho third
Totals 27 0 4 2 24-12 4 sasm, when Sasaki added another run
ST. I.OUIB. to the Kclo totnl. The score stood
AitnnnsnPOA k 4-3.
Snr.akl, ss ,3
Kankl, 2b 4
Mlyi.lte, lb 4
Kojainn, rf .......3
Tnkahamu, cf ..i..3
Fuktida, c 2
Illgo, If 2
Kusaka, 31 3
on the lilt. Joy out stealing second.
rh,i1u ...,. a n-l..nn ,.,,na .Knr.a
. .;. ....".. . iki
in tlie fourth the Kclo team was oe-
11 4 1
Franco, 2b 4 1
Sumner, If 4 0
rockets while captain llcrser's nana worth to prevent the whitewash appll. liase hits
was having an intermission. l'atsy, ration, hut to no purpose.. They, play-1
Totals' 34 I Ull I 1
Sing Hung, !h
A yaw, ss
I.. Tin. 3b ....
Sullivan. If ....
Ilrcwstej, rf ..
0 Now things did not look so good to
0 the home team, although they thought
0 thev could hold tho varsity teuin down.
1 It was In the sixth Inning when part
0 of the sad ttory Is told. Captain
1 Kankl told his men that they hnd held
0 oft long enough and It was time to let
0 one. of tlie balloon gy Kukuda re
0 cclvd.,irdcrs to letitl.j the nerlnl nf-
fair off, and beforo the crowd knew
2 where it landed, live men had. crossed
-.the, plate. Kukuda camo home first.
park was packed with people eager lu;
... ....... ..... .. .. ..... .. rn.....i ..... .. '
see tho game, and mere were many. ."""."" " .. .....uu u..v. ,u 3ay 3 j
hundriU nf jApaneHO raiis -wm had hnr.l effort, Jllyuko being caught nt tho cdimnufH,, HH ,.s' o
come up from tho country Tor tho day. Immo plale. oft Koynma's long hit to RjIir'tham 3u 2 o
eiectlnK,l( .jiou; .tlixdr. ' countrymen ''(t Held. . .. . jsoures, c, ,.:T 3
,catr.v "it tin? honors. f, li Tl.eru was nil -morn f.corlnR'through-1 , -L 1
On the Ewa side ofjtliOiKrahilstand oiit?lliu rf)niilnilr off tfiaffarrfoi nnd. ToInU,., ,...., 29 ,4
win a hunch of ,Htt Louis' Altinlril; boys' the Yceln 'ciTrelnard contained nothing! I , KEIOS-
on naniiipgivo, tny, coucro, le.niu nui, jirs mo nrv tune it Una ueen. nuns .,' ....0 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0 q. followed hy Surusc. Tho baMs were
welcome RreetliiR as' It went out onto ,thls way .since t,helr, urrlvat. In Hono.Das hits ,.....'. .0 0 6 3 0 0 t 0 0 I full, mid tlie Kelos put up a neat
the Held. Tho boys kept the, music go- lulu. ,, ,, j bt. LOUIS)! j , s.uepso play on two M-casions, both
lug right ulong with their bells and The Keloi tried for all they . wcro ' lluns. 0 13 0 0 0 0 p ' 4 of which worked well. Sugase, Kusakl,
i. . ... I,.... on... tt... .....I.a....,d1. nnn.l ' .1..' t.l- A..f,nt. ? c. ,., , ' I.I ..II .1 mn .. I
ui.e lit.n v . . a a v .i . ni.si.H. I...U tvt.i.n.yiii. nwieu. tuuii,
,.. - SUMMAIIY. g-4 III favor of Kelos.
Welsh and f5. Clark wero tho live wires ed Rood hall, but to score they .could Two-base hit, Chtlllngworth; sacrl-l ' The 8tnr Imckers were very dlsap-
In thls.ciowd. - , not. v " J fico hit, Illgo: left on buses; Kcios 4, pointed at the sudden downfall. Well,
Un the Ewa bleachers tho Japanese n Is for the Saints to boast ofhclng St. I.ouls 4i llrst baso-on errors, Kelos this did not end tlie exhibition on tho
croud tried for lilt lid win. worth to alio to knock Hugase, the crack Kj-lo 2, HI. I.ouls 3: double plays. Snares to visitors' part, for when they found out
rattle Harney, but Captain Ilruns wns pitcher, out of tho box for tho llrst Chllllngtvnrth, Franco to-Chllllngworth tliut Joy hnd clmnged pitchers and put
cool time. Hu had been slated to do won-
Idem. Ishlkawa, their third-class pitch-
on the watch nnd Kept joy
throughout tho game.
It was a Rood thing thnt Soarcs and er, was put In tho box nnd held tho
Ilruns woro on tho alert nil the tlmo, Snlnts down. I
ns Itarnoy was ready (o go oft many Tho Kclo boys took their defeat like
tOranli.nii-lllltO ftS.'Cnt. . envo r.-fti nn.t thrn!enx! tn nn Ihi
oviotlf tho enitiuo had suflleleiitly Cwl- ,iaiiuB tuyader dashing to tho ground
ed or the iitwn.pl and blmon w ;b vm VllriWx. vtcn.l not out ,otl
ready Hu clnnued Into tllw seat, buy.' f,.,,,,. i.: undertaking wsl
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within I.--H thniia nilpute theirntier
was off. And stall an ulr climb as It
wn Directly fur thu boull.v'rn-niott
m on wp.oi ino grauoniaiv
ing uvmior ciunueu, no.jin
tliu inilo lit nn niiQia w
fall eiy fur short of.
trees. Tho wind,' ryhlr
had sprang, sllghll) u
the southwest whlputd
Bteel structure, imlliiig
thu plums and uerlll-iu o:
imuililne In a way man
l. n.i umvn d.uvv, piues,
was uucMng line a
when ho cleared U
to Akana; .struck put, by Suguse 0, n Hayes In Castle's place. It was good
Ishlkftwn 4, Joy 11; bases on called news lo them, as they .planned to give
ball!., off Sugaso 2, Ishlknw'a 2, Joy 3 him dose, also, before he was through
Innings pitched, by Sugnse 3, Ishlknwa pitching. Sure enough, the Nipponese
G; bits, off Sugnse 2, Ishlknwa I. um
pires, llouer and Mnyne; scorer, ltn
poso; time of Rnme, 1 hour 46 minutes,
' n n n
27 14 0
0 1 0 5
0 1 08
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0 2 0 0 2 0
0 5 0 0 2 0
Runs 0 0 0 0 1 2
Ilnse hits 0 0 0 0 0 111
Two-base hit. U. Tin; sncrlllco hits,
1), lehn. Apuu; left on bases, HawalU
4, Stars 4; first base on errors, Hawnlls
4, Stnrh 4; double plays, Ayutl to 8.
Hung to Apnu, Aiau to S.. Hung;
struck out, by Hayes B, Sleycrs 7; bases
on railed balls, oft Hayes 2, Meyers C;
passed ball. Mlllkaa; balk, Meyers.
Umpires, Mnyne nnd Rower; time of
mine, 1 hour IB minutes.
The Kllaueas won their gamo from
the 1. Iliui's last Sunday by the score of
19-11. This puts them wuy In thu lend
of the present series.
Standing of league:
is the time to have
your lot filled and
traded. Mv re
sponse for an estimate will show
you that the cost will be small.
P. M. POND,
vl$w of. the
ninu lire snu
Ing worse '
to the (oiu
Ho had felt o
flay hcioro an
llarlly. And s
i.tinvo Its head.
craft, flopped It n
that, lind In every
ttry over the ci
beneath him. He
over the Infield. CJ
spiral glide, slowed
dmoed almost to
rise each lime and
outdo his nrnccdlui
It u.u un exhibit!
nnd the crowd ho
r.nd .'gain. n
on. rliliiir higher wltl
limes he faded almost j
iiorinenst. Tnen m
strata of all
nB I n g
BWWil Tgijr ntl
amis of the
.. . i . i.
Toward averting the (
er, tncrerore, ne turn
n 'again, leaped tho
to i li vcly
.1.1 f i, CfCOIt?
e Luko Cliff hauz
eglii. to commence
ng night over tin
than. ulr and uelf.
When un elongated
lllno Itself auuln.t
y at the cone Iuj on
limb, iheiefore, tin
.It Jumped to ll4
c Onlt Cliff man's
een successful ami
r nlilee. nfiic ,,'r ,.,.
Comnero in his hl9
oplnnes were forsoj-,
being und all ncckt
all eyes axeited' w
bag which was v.m
hu western heavens
s th'y watched wnj
Jlcd. "fih. Isn't It Jnl
ir in lint from ri a.'
and her wl.lj.sh .jl
.yit'i nn eye rnori !usli
Eleele .. .
I. lime .. .
Knlon . . ,
were mean enough to rob six. runs in
tho eighth Inning, oh Hayes and Miller.
Murcalllno'H lleauts were up lu the
ntr, and nil thu Kelos had to do was to
swat tlib ball to nil corners of the lleld.(
The slaughter wa's dreadful, unci some'
of the fans got a touch of homesick-
'.i...... . ttm .,.,.. . I.u ..It,... Innlnw t.oan
i.w ,w, .', .. ....-. ........a m..,
the seuts In the grandstand were al
most deserted. This time It was Ml
yoke, Kuyamu, Tukahuma, Kukuda, Su-
jgnsii and , Kusakl who scored.
I The Slurs made two In their half ot
It was a game full of errors put up t,l() els,lt ul,u ieu le 8Cru ,,, n,ude up hW mind to dive for it. Ily
by the Hawaii mid Portuguese teams iq. ufter u yi.rJ. loor exlilljltlon by,11'" time he hnd arrived at u conclu
lu thu preliminary mutch to the Kelos-.the Htunv ''" hI the ball was reposing iiulct'ly un
Tlie crowd numbered about three Ibo grouu.l,
thousand, und It looked as It the rest
of the funs knew whit was going to
happen und uvojded the entertainment.
The olllclal score Is as follows: ,
AU It Ull SU PO A E
RANDOM AT RANDOM
In the fourtii Inning of 'the Hawaii
P. A. C game, Andrews stood for ft
while bulking up at Uushnell's sky,
which flew right above him. before ho
Stars, guiiio Suturduy ufternoun,
Thu Hawaii team wus completely uut
of 1 ii lit, uild tills lost them the gume.
The Muru of U- Indicates u good
i.iatcii, hut such wus not the case, us
li wus u rugged gaiiiu right through.
Ilhshnell pitched lor the Portuguese, .(, .
nun 'lie Mi'uca uui eigui men. r.usuu
jkiidiuns wus Ids opponent lor u while,
but wus soon taken oif by tjuptulu
David lleshu on ucci.uut of the l.lgleud
the 1', ,. C. got ulf lilin.
Totals 41 10 14 2 27 19 i
All It IIII 811 l'O A I
t) tin' materi'iiutic, niweredJAU
Kunkl, 2b ......... 4.
Mlyako, lb- .".....5
Koynnia, rf I!
Takahama, cf .,...&
l.'iiWl.ilti. n.i. E
l.ula, tio rvgular pitcher, succeeded mK0. t 3
Andrews, uild things then begju to ia,i(uwa "i 1
loo.k dltferunt. Ho held the P. A. U. BuBn j, ,".'.'.'.','4
down prttly closely. . Kusaka, 3b '.'.','.,'... 4
lu the' third Inning Andrews was , '
touched for tour runs, und Souzu, KM-1
xer, luish.icll mid lirlto were tlie oies
Who uiailu the round trip,
Itlgo scored one more In the fourth,
making the scoru &-.' Thu Portuguese
fulls weru delighted tu hee that big B
ou my roret.ouru. wiu.u (i.tu iiuwiui Avlett cf
I svi'lion was very lonesome.
Kualil. ninde one run In tho fourtii
fur the Hawaii team and 1-ot'a mado
thu second, run lu the eighth Inning.
It was lu tho ninth lulling that tilings
began tu show up. The P. A. C. madu
01111 run mid the Hawalls began to lilt
Ilushnell bard mid started .their bunt
ing s'tuut, which brought three men
home. This wan all they could do, and
thu game ended III u win for the Por-
tueucsii team, 0-S. 1
I David Desha played ut second In
place of Hamuiiku, who was ubteiit,
mid pill up a e,ood rjume. . .,
Doth Umpires Muyne and Ilower
wen. caught usleep Suturduy, when
Lots crossed about live yurds oft third
base from second to home,, where hf
landed safely. Souza gut the bull and
touched thu sack, but It was useless.
1 It was amusing tu thu ball fun to
0 see the heavyweights playing In tlie
0 gaum Suturduy on the slur team. Hoo-
0 pll. nt right ilcld, Ayiett, ut center new,
0 und Joy, behind tlie bat, were the trio.
ll Kualil muffled a sky off I.ino In th
u'gaine Saturday, which landed right In
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Kuu Yen, ss
Sumner, If .
Joy, o 4 1
I.. Tin. 3b 4 0
Castle, 1 2 0
Hayes, p 1 0
All Toon, lb , 3 0
Marcallliii 1 0
2 ' 0
Two-base hits, Hoopll, Joy, Tin, Bu-
1 gasc, Takahama; sacrlllco hits, Kunkl,
1 Illgo, Kan Yen, Castle; left on bases,
1 Kelos 9, Stars 4; llrst base on errors,
0 Kelos B, Stars I; double plays, Tuka
2 huma to Sugaso, Kukudu to Suguse to
i Kankl; hit by pitcher, Ayiett, Mlyako!
0 struck out, hy Castle 7, Hayes 0, Mil-
0 ler 0, Ishlknwa 1, Kukuda 4; buses on
0 called balls, oft Castlu 4, Huycs 2, Mil
1 ler 2, Ishlkuwa 0, l'ukuda. 3; wild
u pitches, Hayes, Miller; passed balls,
Joy, Kukudu; Innings pitched, hy Cas-
; Totals 32 0 9 0 27 10 8 tie 7, Hayes 0-3, Miller 2, Ishikawa 1:
KEIOS. 'bits, oft C.isthi II, Hayes 2, Miller 1,
Huns 2 0001B2C 0 10. Islilkawa 3. Umplrse, Hnwer, Muyne;
llaso hits 2 0011433 014 scorer, W. T. Raposo; time or game, 2
' STARS. , hours 17 minute
Hull's 40 000003 0 B
Daae lillil 3 U 0 .1 10 1 3 09
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