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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 24, 1911
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Dreler. lb W..4 1. 0
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There will bo two meetings this
evening at tho ofllce of Senator Chll-
I llntmortli concerning tlio game last
I Wednesday. The first meeting will bo
over tho charges against tha umpires,
. that against Ilert Dower being the main
The Jnpnnesa commlltea lias filed
chargei ngnlnit Umpire Mower for glv-
-iinK u siaieineiu 10 cerium Japanese or
iu cuy as to wmen lenin 10 uei on.
Iloth umpires and parties concerned
will bo on hand and a lively tlmo Is
'expected during the course of IhJi meet
Ilert Ilower hasleen umpiring many
Mars and has slated Ihut he never had
bet In n single game. Ilert known tho
game well, nnil nil, the funs know that
he Ii not a man who would do the
crooked work with whkli he Is clmrgid
by the Japanese committee. lie Is
sore ocr the way tho committee hai
said things about him iliiit were not
true, and ho will bo present tonight
to show thut the chnrges ore nil false
I'vcn when Ilower nnil Muyne were
not nfllUatlng, as was the cns on Sat
urdny, howls camo up from the Jap
The trouble Is snld to liae arisen
because of soma luuvy losses sustained
ns n result of Wednesday's game, the
losers now trjlng to llnd somo way of
getting their money back.
The committee went to tho park
management Saturday and asked to
MIRIIf.ll.! till, llllllllrM l.llt ,Iia ...pis .if.
0, llnwalls 3; double plays D Desha lklal) ,,.,, mt ,,,,, ' ,
to ChlllliiKworth to Ilnpluel. ClillllriK-!,,, ,, ,, , , ., ... ..
worth to Franco to Drehr: lilt hy ....... .... n........ '.,. .,.. . .....
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umpires stilt In the,r leslgnatlons.
I The seiond meeting will bo over tho
written protest whu.li tho comuilttie
has sent hi. Tho local Japanese com-
Runs .. .
I la so lilts
Huns .. '.
0 0 0 0 0
1 10 0 3
1 0 0 0 1
2 0 2 02
12 3 27 11 0
0 0 0 00
0 0 4
1 I 12
Threo-baso hit, Illce; two-base hit,
Itaphael; sacrifice hits, Mlake, I). De
sha; Knphae); left on bases, Kelos 7,
Ilawnlls C; first base on errors, Kelos
pitcher, IIIko; struck out, by Lota 3.
I'likudn 1; bases on .called lulls, off
l.otn 4, Kiikuda 1. Umpires, Joy end
lluslinell; scorer,' W. T. Itnpnso; tlmo
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, ... T . proUst will not bold water for tho
In the llrs game ycsterdiyf ternoon x w. ,,,, ,,, ley,.wa,Kea,offilu,
the V. A. C. heut the-jJapuneso team ,,,,, nnJ forfell,, ,e , (J
4.J after an exciting .m.Uh. Asnmfcnd , ,,,, ( t, ,,., , ,,,,..
Houza both nude one-hand . catches ., . ; ..-., ,
during the game.
The score: i
J.' A. C. vs. P. A. C.
J. A. C Asum, 3b; ChlMlimworth,
ts ! I'Yanoo, 2b ; Walker, cf.: Hoss, cf.;
Notley. rf.; Ilrllo, lb ; Wukllu, If.; Mor
rison, i; napliula, p.
I'. A. C Houai, 3b ; Ornellas. rf.;
Ilushiiell. p.; I'edro. If; nizer, lb.;
Itego, cf.; Lino, 2b,; Joseph, c; Itellus,
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Good for the Hawaii team! It did
something awful to the Kcto nine yes
terday at tho ball park, while their
countrymen wero away.
The llnwalls1 repeated tho stunt of
the St. Louis Collega team of Inst Sun
day by giving tho Nipponese another
doso of whitewash something entirely
The Japanese ball fans made a boy
cott of tho park again yeMcrduy, but
In Bplte of tha nttltudo of tho Japanese
cheap sports toward the park, there
was a good crowd of funs present to
sea tho llawalls win their lust gumo
from the Kelo bunch.
The Kelo nine hud u few cbnnges In
Its lineup, which proved to bo good.
lAikuda'huH In tho bux and l.otu wus
his opponent. Ooto held down llrstsack
after bj'lng ilald 'up with a soro foot.
Narafjkl played at ci liter field after
being on the beiith (.luco the arrival of
tho Kelos. IIIko, at left Held, was not
In his best form yesterday.
Tho Hawaii team placed a good
Kami', nuil the young players deserve
credit for tho wuy they trimmed tho
fust Kelo nine. Chllllnguortli and
l'Vulico played their positions well, and
Markhum stopped all tho hot ones that
cumo along third, and tho way ho sent
tho sphere along to llrst, putting out
players, wus a treat to see.
Captain Kunkl mudo his last appear
ante In n ball game on tho Kelo team
jesterday, and stated uftcruurds thut
he was sorry to loso his last game
whlll pluylng for the Kelos.
Ah' usual, the gamu was delayed somo
tlmciiover tho llawalls playing Kranco
and C'hllllngworth, but this turned out
to ln O. K. and the gumo commenced'
It was muilu known at the meeting
held a few nights ago that En Sue
could not play on tho llawull team,
beinuso'hn was not n member of any
Oaliu League team, but tin ro was both
Ing tn prevent Captain David Desha
ptalng theie two men.
Harney Juy mid Ilushiiell umpired the
game, and they hud vYry few kicks
coming their wuy from the Kelo nine.
Heme lino plujs wire pulled off dur
ing tlio match, which won applause
from tho fails In tho grandstand.
Tho Kelo nlna failed to score In their
llrst and this give tho llawalls hopes
of w lulling tho game. The locals
cume in mill scored one run in ineir
half of tho llrst Inning. It wus made
without muuu trouble, like was llrst
man up, mid us usual hud to fool
around with every but before ha picked
one out. Ho. surprised himself and tho
funs by sending tho spbero out past
center Held for a thrio-baggcr, tlio first
bo has ever made. 11111 Desha wus up
next and sent the otlur Hill homo on
u built -.This ended tlio scoring lor
In tha fifth Inning the homo team
netted another run. I till Desha beat
out a nice bunt along llrst bu&ellna;
David tried to do the sumo stunt, but
hit to high and the pitcher was there
when It dropped. William stole sec
ond. Markhnm. tha third man up, was
out on a blngle to short, but Desha
went to third, Chllllngworth sent a
nlcj one over third mid William romp
id home. Chllllimwurtli was out steal
Ing second. Score; 2-0, In favor of
Up to this tlmo tho Kelo scoreboard
contained nothing, und a good deal of
It, and the Nipponese wero trying their
best to ivcorc, hut had no success.
In their llrst half of the fifth tho
Kelos should have scored, but tho man
on third hadn't the nervo to stnrt on
time and was caught at the plate. Goto
was on second nnd Nnrnsakl on tho
llrst cushion. Sasaki was third man up
and phlcod ono to tho right Held fence,
Sasaki, thinking Goto would go homo
on the hit, made, his way to second.
D.ivld Dcshn threw to first, who saw
that Onto was still at third. Ho then
glai.ced nlong second und noticed Sa
jsakl trying to advance, whllo therowas
julrendy a man on second. Dreler threw
to Chllllngworth, who caught Sasaki
and thin llred tho hall honie In time
'for Rnplmil tn catch Goto Three out;
no runs. This play nindo tho Hono
lulu fans go up In tho ulr with da
I light, und tho homo team received u
good cheer from the crowd. It i n
I In tho Inst half of tha sixth tha ex
cltenu tit was again Jntenso. Tho homo
team came In nfter tho Kelos had fall
I'd to score, and mndo two runs. Dreler
was on third and Raphael on second .crs.
when I.otvi knocked out a tvvo-bnggerl
which brought both Dreler and lla-l 1 laves mndo his lirst big blunder In
inel home. Tills ended tho scoring of tlio outlleld Saturday, when ho fumbled !J
o nay i-u m ravor oi ine iiuwuiis, a bcuutlful lly or cimiingworiu in tnu
on tho Japanese public tho tiling of
the protest It Is prtsunud Unit gam-
bling Is ut the bottom of the whole
It Is rumored that a bet of t:000 to
Jl-00 Is tied, up ut the Ilshinarket over
the game of last Wednesday. In
this bet mi agreement Is ullegid to
have been made thut If tho teams
fulled to pluy out the whole nine in
nings tho bet should be n druw. Nuw
the stakeholders have tho money In
hand and It may bo u chance for mi
nltormy to pitch In and get a share
of the coin
The arbitration committee was up In
the air till noon, nnd no further word
has been received as to whom the third
party will be
P K. Stcero will act on tho board
for tho Chinese team, and Kdltor Shcba
wus slated to act for tho Kelo nine, but
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A. C. 1. I'. A. C. 3; double plays. Franco"" " """' ,' " ':"""" " ';
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OU004 0'00 4
Threo-baso hit, Soura; two-base hits,
Asam, Waklta, Sotizu; sacrifice hit,
ChltlliiKworth; left on bases, J. A. C.
6, I. SA. C. 4 ; first buse on errors, J,
Huns . ,
ltuns , .
to Chllllngworth, Chllllngworth to
IVunco lo Ililto; struck out, by Ilush
iiell 3, Hspliida 1 ; bases on called bulls,
off UiiHhnell 2, Ksplnda I. Umpires,
Joy and Murculllno; time of game, I
hour 8 minutes.
to net on tho comniltteo us tha Kelos'
As a matter of fact, the Kelo nine
Is entirely out of this protest. It Is be
ing worked out by the committee.
Yesterday Captain Kunkl was sur
prised to sea lrunco and Chllllng-worth
Plnv Ing for tho llnwalls. but as soon
VICTORY WITH SPREAD "H lm rntl1"' "'" U"1'.'1'" committee had
I gone ahead und allowed players to
The St. Louis bojs played tho Bamo change, at the meeting Friday night,
nil aver again at a line spread teu-.Captiiln Knnkl at once said, "All right,
dered lo them by the brothers of St. play ball.'
LouU College last Saturday night
There was music galore and' funny
talk that kept tho crowd on tho laugh
all tho time. Tho menu was a unique
nffalr as the following will show:
Soup a la Kelo
Chicken a la St. Iuls
Potatoes a la hot grounders Markhum )nti
kico a ia two uaggor uniiiingwunn
Curried Fowl a la Franco
Asparagus n la Soares
French Tease n la hunt En Sue
Salad a la sacrifice Akuna '
Hani a la slide Bushuell1
Mlnco Pie a la 4-0
. Ico Cicam a la Whitewash
Cakes a la assorted curves
Nuts a la "Ffixy Pat"
Fruit a la stolen base Lesllo
llcer In the pitcher a la Darnoy Joy
Soda Water u la pop fly Achl
Coffee a la victory Sntnnor
Cigars a la bat II. Druns
Clgniettes a l.i "Captain Brims"
FAND0M AT RANDOM
FANDOM AT RANDOM'
lluslinell came to bat four times on
Saturday when two men were gone, and
on three occasions ho reached first
safely. He Is a lucky man with tho
The St Louis tinm hud Huyes dress.
ed In a star suit, lluslinell In a I. A. U
suit, nnd II Cback und Ayuu In All
Chinese costumes Saturday.
Wuklta Is tho only Japanese player
on tho Japanese baseball team. Ho Is
used when tho teiini Is short of play-
Harney can pitch, catch, hit, stcul nnd
hold down the llrst cushion In lino
stjlc. Oh! yes; umpire too. Ho pluy
ed first base for tlio Saints Saturday,
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