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ALL CHINESE WIN FROM
KE10 NINE AFTER GOOD GAME
UNIVERSITY TEAM FORFEITS GAME IN EIGHTH INNING
TO LOCAL TEAM FOR POOR CAUSE.
eipinl (o tho occasion nml held them
item n In great style.
It vun In the Hrt part of the elghli
InnliiB. with tin rcorn fi-2 in faor of
tho homesters. Hint triiulilo nrnsn which
resulted tu tho tinlveri.'lty players for
feiting the match.
It wns like this: Knnkl was nut on
a tly In first; illynko mi n blnglo to
second. Koymna a third man op
beauty lb rl
ntt a 8 8 an ants an annua
tl SPORT CALENDAR. 8
tl If Managers of baccb.il! and nth- 8
8 cr athletic learns would notify tho 8
tt 1! li I In 1 1 n or tho dales of pro- 8
8 posed mnlchcs so that such In- 8
8 formation could bo iilaccd In tho 8
8 (port calendar It would bo con- 8
8 sldcred a favor. Address all com-. 8
8 rnunlcatlmis to Spurting IMItor, 8
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8 Saturday, July 22.
8 Baseball St. Iiuls vh. J.
8 I'. A. C. vs. Kcln.
8 Yacht Hace (ucrnnr'i
8 Around tho Islands.
8 Sunday, July 23.
8 Uasehall 1 A. C. a. J.
8 Hawaii vs. Kelo.
8 Saturday, Aug. 12.
8 Aquatic. Sports FlrBt A.
8 Sports, lllsliup'n Slip.
where Cn Rue and Chins lions raced j, mtcr-laland Polo Tournament.
AT BALL GAME
for It. The latter caught the hall mid
hi a second both collided, the Impact
causing Hour's cap 'V fall '" ",l
Krnund. It was seen liy both umpired
that Chins Hone had the hall, hut bin
stooping to rccoer Ills cap led tome
of tho Kelo pliyers to suspect that ho
had dropped tho sphere The batter
was, of course, called out, and It wus
then that the Nlppone.su "cut up In
thn air becuuse,6ne of the plaers said
he raw the ball drop. 'The came was
stopped fon n while Inconsequence. In the Eoine yesterday, Sasaki, tho
Alter En Sue had talked lo Knnmii, Keln shortstop, went right In front of
tho man who" had made the hit, ulxiut the line between third base and the
the plekliiK tip of tho cup, linth Kuktida home plate uhllo coachhiB. Captain
and Koyoma Irled to Ret the playcm Ak.uii nppenled tn the umpire, mid
to lilihh the t-'iime, lipt It uaa to no "dinger" Mnyne. who was the iimplro
purpo.io. Tho umplro called "Hatter In charRO of Hint part of tho field at
up," unci As.im look Ills piiillle.ii lit the tho time, went ncr nnd told Sasaki to
plate. Ho waited for fume time, but Bo back to the coaching Hue, but ho
no bull cniiio, whereupon Umpire Mow- refused to obey tho order, tin could
er declared tho Riime forfeited to tho linvo been nenl to the beiieh or lined K
Chinese. fur dlsreKiirdhiB tho order of tho uni-
After the match It looked in If thero 1'lre.
might bo trouble, but Hie pnlleo wern In Hide BH. tho rolin'lng part nC tiio
out In roll forco nnd prevented tho roachlnit rule should be of Interest to
crond from stirring up any trouble-. thnm who t,aw what took place yew
The olllclal scores of Sourer IlapoMO terihty: A
aro iih follows: ".Vol moro tTVin two coaehers, who
KIOIOS. Iinhst be players, In tho uniform pf thu
Sas.ikl, sh 3
Kankt, :h 3
Mlyake, c-lb ....,4
KnyiMiin. rf .-..'.??.'4
Takalianui, cf 3
r'ukuda, p-c 1
Sugnse, lb 2
Ishlknwu, p 1
Hlgn. If 3
KuMikn, .".ti .1
All It llll SII t'O A K team at bat, shall be allowed to occupy
P. 0 0.6 0
Un Hue. cf t
U Tin, 3I ..3
Akana,' lb 4
Chi mil. c 4
Annul. 21 3
Kan Yen, If 3
Sing Hung, rf ....3
Ayau, ks 2
A pa u. p 2
the spaco, between the players; npd
coaehers" lino tho lino was' plainly
marked yesterday), one near first npd
tho other neur third, tit coach base
runners only. If there bo moro than
the lcsal niimlier of coaehers or this
rule Is vlnlateibln any respect, tho tint
plro must order tho Illegal coach or
coaehers to tho bench, nnd If tho order
0 be not obeytd within ono inluutn
(nearly ten minutes wern nllowed yen
1 terday), tho umplro shall assess a lino
UIIINnSK. f ' iiBalnal each offending player, nnd
All It nil HH TO A K upon a repetition of tho ofTenso tho
0 0 offending player or players shall bo do
0 barred from further participation In
0 tho Riime, nud shall leave tho playlnK
4 21 11
24 13 1
o o no-
oj Tho uboo mle. If strictly carried out
0 yesterday, would no doubt send tho or
0 fender to tho bench in short order.
lj If thn teams nro golUB to play Rood
0 ball here, they should libido by tho
rules BOvernhiB thn game.
Another rulo which wan not lived up
to, and which bad a great deal to do
with tho Kcln ohm forfeiting tho gainn
Kilos. (...,' ' m u u ,, ', w-.i
Unnu" lilts 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 04 lo the All-Ohinesn team, was that of
AI.L-CIIINnSE. spectators iisIiir player benches. This
Hun. .." 1 0 4 0 0 a 0 C
rule wnt. .brought to light last Sunday,
when tho Saints played tho Kclos.
Ilwiy man not In uniform, except thn
manager, wiih put off tho players' bench
and the gtuno ran alone smoothly.
At times thero happen to ho n few
kickers iimoiiB tlje spectators who sit
Two.base bit, Apau; three-base llts,
Akana, Asani; sacritico hit, Kukudai
struck out, by Apau 4, Fukuda 2, Isht-
kawn 3; bnses on balls, oft Apau 2,
Piikudn 2. Ishlknwu I: wild nlteh, nmong tho players, whleji gives them
Apmi; hit by pitched ball, Sasaki; (eft a elianeo to hillucnco tho men nnd often
on liases, Kelos (. Clilueso 3; (lrst Imso cnntrimites to a mix-up or somo Kind
on errors, Kclos (i, I'ldneso 1. Umpires, It also rIvcb them a chain n lo do somo
Ilower nnd Maine; lllnu o caino, 1 e'meiuim.
iiiiii. iiinvnva ihnuiii iint-n tiin nr
Kitttf I'uivin Piii'iini lllnu II"J hid i'i
the benches provided for them, mid It
thero Is n committee In chareo of n
visiting team, they should bo given rp
served seats In the grnndstand orsoino
other plnco away from tho playeni'
tloth teams failed to live up tn this
rule yesterday, but tho sooner they ob
ser the rule, tho belter it will bo for
FANDOM1 AT RANDOM
hour 44 minutes.
VICTORY OVER KEIO
The All-Chinese baseball team was
a happy crowd last night, A-fow of
tho well-known Chinese merchants of
tho city Bavo the boys a treat last
night because of their victory over tho
Five nig nutomohllei filled with
players ran through thn streets, tho
occupants almost yelling their heads
off, They curried rockets, bells and ev-.
erythlng else lint could mako nolso
llko'u real victorious team In a blB
' All thn Celestial of Honolulu nro
happy over thn win of their tenm yes
terday, and thoxn who stayed n'way
frnu, tho gaum now know that their
teum Is still In tho game.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
The Chlneso "froe.baU" fans bavo
taken to tho roof of tho cluhhousn allien
tho erection of Ilia feiieo which shuth
off Ihelr view from tho balcony. Snino
lay tho wIioIq roof will go In, and
Thero was somo twenty minutes' ills
jcttsslnii of rules previous to tho AH-
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Through n mistake of n few of tho
Kcln .players, jspeelnlly tho idiortstop,
the Kelo University tenm forfeited Its
gamo tn tho ,AI.('hlnese tenm In tho
eighth lliulug. the home team belnR In
the lead at tat time, f-2.
Koyam.i and Fukuda showed their
good sportsmanship by trj Iiib t Induco
tho rest of tho ptners to get out and
finish the game, but some how or other
the bunch dfd not think the umpires'
deck Ions were right nnd decided to
forfeit the unnio rather than play It
The Kami; wns so holly contested Jiy
t,he two teams that lliey did things
which would not have occurred at any
other time. Doth sides fought for al
most fevery little point.
Umpires Uert Bower and Mnyne had
the time of their llve" trying to keep
things straight, amb as the former Is
an oldtlmer nt the game, ho gave Ids
decisions ni he thought right nnd there
was no talking back to him
Tho gamo was exciting from the
start, mid the rooters were keyed tip to
the highest pitch. The Chinese had
patched up their weak places In tho
tenm which played tho Kelos n week
ago, and went out onto mo neiu yes
terday with n determination lo. win.
They were successful.
I2ery man on the team played for
all he was worth, nnd Aptu, In tho box.
was In lino fettle nnd put up. a much
better same tlitui that of last week,
although at limes ho wns ready to
ro up. '. ,
The Kelo boys did well right through.
nnd tried their best to prevent tho
hoiho team from scoring, but Kukiidn,
who was In the box for tho visitors.
could not stop tho heavy stickers from
transporting his deliveries tn outsldo
territory, and so. was soon put on tho
bench, while Ishlknwn, thn well-known
pitcher, known as Ilia reserve, went In
nnd prevented his opponents from lo
IriB much (lanugo to his curves.
The usual largo crowd was on hand
when tho gamo started, which, to tho
disappointment of the ball funs, wns
not until half nn hour after scheduled
time. Tills was caused by tho players'
bench being used by spectators mid the
Inability of ICu Suo to locate his socks.
The Nipponese, ns usual, had llio
Itr.st Inning nnd fulled to score. Tho
All-Chlneso caino In and nt nnco found
Fukuda, 'ono run remitting. It hap
pened this wuy: Kn Suo wus out,
pitcher to llr.it; Ah Tin walked, a ml
Akau.i caino up determined to do somo
IhhiK awful. Ho was given ono strike,
but did nut mind It, us It was not tho
kind ho wanted. Thn second Imll wus
a peach and ho met It right nn tho
novo and landed tho sphere right nut
Intofdfop left Held for a three-bagger,
scudfitB' I.. Tin home. Chi Uul wnsVmt
on u tly 1,0 short; Asani on a blnglo to
Tho Chinese fans' went wild when
their man crossed tho plate, and they
rooted for nil they wero worth.
Thero was no moro scoring till the
third spa'sin, when the Kelo team fccored
two' runs, getting a lead from tho home
team of one run.
Kusakl, llrst man up, was out on a
My to right Held; Sasaki was given free
transportation on dead ball; ICankl hit
t( Akana, tint ho did nut cam to gel
It, and the ball went to right Held, Sa
saki reaching third on the play. Mi
yaku was next limn up mid was re
tired on h blnglo tn second, but S.uakl
ciiiiik homo on thn hit. Koyuiim, 'tho
heavy batter, wns next at tho plate, and
An. in threw wild, allowing Knnkl tn
conic hnpio. Koyaha was then out on
hit to rdinrtstop. Three out; 2 runs.
The All-ChlucKo tenm wns stirred up
over tills lead pnd uimc In nnd plied up
four runs It) tho last half of (bo third,
by heavy pUck work.
Apau walked and Ku Sue hit to cen
ter. Apau leached third on hit mid
lm Hup made, second on thn play tn
Bet Apau. I.. Tin up unit was sent
tn thn bench by tho strike-out routo.
Akuna, tiio star hitter of l.lui day, camn
to bat ami picked out orto liu liked
and put It over third, both Apau and
Ihi Suo coining home. Vhl Hid lined a
hot Htm lo Sugasc, who fumbled, and
wus sufn. Akana udvuncid to second
nil hit. Acaui came up and did some-
IIiIiik trrrlblo to ono of Fukudu's
curves, when ho landed tho bill nut
Into mi unto nt deep center. Annul got
threo bases on tho hit, and sent two Chh.eso-Kelo gumo yesterday, but tho mark, and Clara Powers, a widow who
men home. Kan Yen bunted and Asain ouUnmn amounted to nothing,' as tho'.gavo her age as 4!i, wero married at
was tiiught off third. Tim former stole rules wero entirely disregarded. IllvdcU this nfleiiinon l.ucn has been
Chlng Hung (o piarrlcd six limes, four times sliien ho
tky to pitcher. Tho Kelo victorious string was beenmo a resident of Hveretl, l.ucn
broken by the Saints, (ho All-Chlneso und his bride aro spending their lioney-
Thero wns no moio scoring during Kept t up, nnd now It Is up to tho I. mooji at home, libelant wife divorced
tho remainder of tho game, nnd nl- a. Cs. to nialtn good Saturday, him. Six months ago he got a license,'
though the Nipponese made desperate hut the Intended bride on that occasion
effort tu .score, the Chinese, uc.ru (Additional Sports on Page 10)' Jilted him
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