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Tha special jletgue held in, 'meeting
last night at the office, of President
Charles Chllllngworth of the Oahu
league, beginning at 8 o'clork.
There wan' an unusually' large crowd
of' Interested fans present, an something
exciting was expected to happen dur
Ing the courso of the meeting. i
All the teams were represented with -
the exeptton of tlio Hawalls.' I
Thomas Trendway, promoter of the'
series, was In the cluilr, with Mnrcnl-
lino ns his secretary, the latter making
many notes, winch amounted to very
The Japanese "four" were there to
make their' kicks, namely, Onodera,
Ildu, Maruyama nnd Abe. These four
represent the Keto team In all their
dealings while here.
The flrt matter of Interest before
tho representatives was the talk of the
umpires not having given proper deci
sions In the last game.
The Japanese were nsked to give
their reasons, If they had any, why n
change of umpires should be made, nnd
Abe took the tloor and gave u hearsay
story of one of the umpires on a
Pat aleason made the statement that
six teams could not decide on such n
change unless the charge was In writ
ten form, with the witness on hand, as
well as the umpire to defend himself.
At the meeting last night the umpires
wereTiot present nnd so were bnalile.tu
give their side of the story.
Senator Chllllngworth suggested that
the Kelo committee go ahead and get
up n written statement of the charges
they wish to moke against the umpire.
The enso of one of the umpires arose
over n Japanese fan named Kakamura
wanting to bet on the Chinese-Japanese
game. He nsked one of the um
pires which If Hin It would be safe to
bet on, and tho official Is alleged to
havo replied that It would be snfo to
put his money on the Chinese team.
The umpire was asked to be present,
but failed to make nn appearance.
It was stated during the discussion
of the umpire matter, that Nakamurn
claimed he was a friend of his and so
did not want to appear ut the meeting.
Charles Chllllngworth suggested that
tho committee be given-ample tlmo to
write out a written charge against the
umpire, nnd then all parties concerned
appear at some future date. It was ar
ranged to hold another meeting Mon
day night, when the umpires will be
on hand to defend themselves. Chll
llngworth stated that he would see that
Nakamura was also present.
This was agreed to by the Japanese
committee, and the hot shot that were
expected to be fired wero withheld,' but
the crowd was somewhat disappointed.
Muruyama at bne said, "There will be
no game, tomorrow,! then?" Marcalllnn
replied that such a' procedure was un
called formal the mlxup over the um
pire was nt a mldweed game nnd had
nothing to do with1 the special series.
The committee therefore agreed to 'play
today's and Sunday's games.
Another matter discussed was that
of bringing In players from outside of
the Onhu league. MaruyanM stated
that Aylett and En Sue were not mem
bers of the league' and should be
dropped from the Hawalls and Stars.
That only members of the Onhu
League could be changed from one
team to another was the agreement, so
there could be no kick concerning
Franco and Itrlto, who will play for
the P. A. C. today.
I They gave the Hawaii team special
permission to use En Sue for one game,
nnd they wanted It understood that he
Was not to play for tho Hawalls to
morrow. Tho teum, however, will even
things up by,-shifting some good play
ers onto their team tomorrow from oth
er teams of the Oahu League. En
Rue, after making a homo run for the
Hawalls, Is not allowed to play for that
Icam hguln, but nothing Is wild about
f.'astln of tho Stars, wiiB Is not n mem
ber of the Oahu League.
One good thing arrived at Is that the
Japanese committee has ngrced to sit
behind the screen under the grandstand
hereafter. None but the players and
mahngcrs of the teams playing will
have the uso nf the players' benches,
f No tickets will be sold In future for
seats under tho grnndstand, those
benches to bo used for members of the
league only. This means that the fans
mUBt get their reserved seats early "in
order to get a seat In the grandstand.
The protest was brought up for n
little further discussion, and the Chi
nese-Kelo representatives agreed to an nationality on record except .Eskimo,
arbitration treaty, three persons to becuuslng lilgli-pltched excitement to
tt Saturday. July' 22,
tt IlnRobnll St. Jouls ,vs J.
tt V.. A. C. "vs. .Kelo,
tt Yacht Riico Governor's'
tii Around the Islands.
tt' Sunday, July 23,
tt HaBoball-P. A. C. vs. J.
tt Hawaii vs. Kelo.
tt Saturday, Aug. 12.
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nnntin iiiiiirinv. lit ii itntiiv iiimhi, iiilvi iimuiiu m. sv --
whllo P. K. Steere wus named to rep- 'antinrtt-UH nrtBttmiUBatl
resent the Chinese. These two will night to settle tho protest.
meet m.,,v nnd name a third Party, nnd The Chlnese-Kelo game will ha play-
i, I.,,.,-,- r.t ri,iir..iinti will meet In ed Wednesday, ns thero Is no hard
the otneo of Senator Clillllngworth to- feeling among tho two teams.
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TEAM WORK IN THE PRESENT
KEIO SERIES NOW ON
Tho following If. the work
team during the special scries up to
llnte. Tho first game between tho Kelo
teum und St. LouW Is not figures! In
this work, as that gumo lasted' only five
'innings and was ugreed upon us un ex
hibition gume only: . . i
ten rounds before the Kelos managed
to gut tho winning run, the score be
ing 2-1. In toduy'Huine tho score Is
oxpected to bo larger when tho team
that wins leaves tho grounds. Jinn
uger Pnsara lnis two pitchers on hand
for toduy's game, one In enso of u
Pedro will bo tried Hrst, und It ho
gets down td buulnvHS us quickly us
ho did hi the lust game, thu Portuguese
will bo out of danger.
Sonres will bo ut tho receiving end
und will keep Pedro steady throughout
tho iminc. If it chuugo of pitcher Is
necessary, Kreltns will relievo Pedro,
Tho Kelo nine will have Ishlkuwu,
known ns their third-class pitcher, In
I the box, but so fur he has managed to
no a mile neiter iiiau iiicir urst-ciasB
Slnea tint children will bo allowed In
2 free of chiirgo today. It Is oxpected that
nil the PortugucHo children from Punch
huwl will bo on hand to root for-thelr
havo a baseball duel this afternoon on Knuico will cover second ngaln, and
tho Athletic Park diamond. The Nlp-.Iliislincll will ho at Minn. Ilqtli men
ponesu won tho first match and the did excellent work In tho hist gnme be
local team will try to annex the second, tween these two teams. Uushnell Is uu
In the Inst encounter the teams wcntjiill-romid man.
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! a. ad. k. n. ii. mn.
Kelos I W4 10 22 31 .231
Stars 3 S3 21 12 16 .183
St. 'Louis ...,3 64 G' 12 IC .187
Hawalls .".....4 121 IC 17 18 .141
P. A. C 2 68 8 7 9 .132
J., A. C 2 58 11 4 6 .103
n ' a
P. W. L.
St. Louis 3 3 0
Kelo 4 3 1
P. A. C 2 1 1
J. A. C. 3 1 I
Stars 3 12
IIuwulU 4 13
Tho Portuguese and Kelo nine will
Tomorrow down nt Lale, the planta
tion teams front Hnuuhi nnd Lnlo lire
going to try their utmost to slip the
lemon of defeat to each other. Keen
enthuslusm Is given to baseball on the
other side of tha Island, and' many good
trains huve been organized.
Last Sunday, lifter n niojit exciting
fuss, when tho dust had cleured nwny
the lilies wero seen carting victory
homo to tho tunu of 10 to 0. Tomor
row, though, tho Hauulas uro going to
trot onto the Jluinond feeling tit us n
llddlo, promising tho opposition it good,
sound trouncing. '
Tho funt. und players are of every
courso freely, each rooter pulling for
Tho championship will bo hardenrn
ed, ns nil tlio teams hIzo up pretty
The gumo tomorrow nt Lnlo will start
lit 2 o'cliH'lc, George Nlli will toss the
pill for Hauula mid Medelro j"or Lale.
Nlu Is well known In baseball cir
cles, being rated n classy, bendy sphere-chucker.
After tho gnme, linhehnll will ho for
gotten, when tlio two squads sit down
to n big feed prepared by tho homo
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