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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, AUO. 14, 1911.
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UAHU LEAGUE STARTS SERIES
TOP NOTCHERS TAKE A TUMBLE AND TAIL-ENDERS
COME TO TOP IN FIRST
Yoitc'niay nt the Athletic Park tlicro
was ona Rood, snappy game mm nil-
other Jut tlio opposite. They wire In
connection with tlio OuhU League mid
tlic crowd tlint entered the grounds wns
the smallest that has been seen there
nt a Sunday ball gnme. The Jiipineso
It would Kccm nro still hojcottlng the
Tlio Hnwnlls and P. A. C. milli"il
their match In the fait time of 1 hour
10 mluutts, nfter giving tho fniiH mi
exhlbltlnn of kwhI ''all.
Kay; Talk uhoiit smllcsl Manager
I'nreiui wore lliein nil afternoon yester-
ilny when Ills tisun hent the champion
Hawaii itlnn In tho ninth tniiliiif. lota'
mid lliiinniiku giving the mime uwny to
them nftir lending till that llmo iJy
the score of J. to 0.
'rim 1. A fu limit liiitirAViiil n .Mnl
...V ... -. .....- ...., .... .. n....
deal, nlthoiiKh they Htlll lack head work.'
HiiHhiiell wax renpnmillile for the lta
will! run, which wax scored by Itlco on
UuMiiieH'M error In connection with
The ininio wns Rood from start to
tlnlah ninl tho faui were delighted.
Mike Preltas pltclud u Rood gamo for
the I'lirtUKiiese, mid It Is hoped that
they continue their good work.
The well-known J. A. C team went
down. In defeat at tho hands of llar-
iiey'K ItcauU In tho tune of 8-5 after n
r.-iKKi'il match. Thu two tull-emlerH of
the first nerlen innnnRed to pull through1
mid take n top Heat jeitenlny, !
Hilly Wllll.unx, who Is pr paring to
pet Into IiIh jiriillur Johiiny'H IhhiIh In
the future, tulrk'il .f"i- the Stur.t mid
did fnlrly well. 1)111, Meters roered.
Ilrfit and he was a iUtidy,wlh tho stick,
knmktiiK out two two-baKKerx durliiK
(ho Knme. ,
The Klnrf. mndo seven hl off Me
ilelros In the second spasm nnd scornl
In tho eighth Harney Joy ripped hi
Ihiiino nml Jiail to retire,, Ah Toun nl;
liiK hlx plnce behind tho bat and lie
intyro coxerliiK 'llrijt loifii, for thp ri
nnlnliiff two Innlmts. Un tho Rround
of tuklnR an outsider to fill a vncancy,
tho J A. C. nlno Intends to protest tho
In tho first Rnirio tho Hawaii scored
one In the fifth. Itlco Rot to first on
u hit to right Held, stolo xi-cnud mid Rot
to third nn Dcshn'H sacrlllce. Ho eanin
homo on Lota's hit to Ilushnell, who
Tliirn W'nK no moro seorlnR till tho
first of tho ninth, when tho P. A. C.
iiiinexed two run". Boiiin walked,
I'roltus struck out, Ilushnell bit to
pltchi r. I.otn tired to second to pinch
Soii7n, but was too late; Ayau tired to
first to nab lliishnell, hut threw wild
nnd Snuui innrched on to third. Or
nellas lilt to second, who returned to
tho plate, to Rot Rousa, but ho threw
wild ond Soiuu scored, Ilushnell RolnR
to third nnd homo on throw. This Rnvo
them the Raine, 2 to 1, as the Itawallf.
fnled to score In their Inst half of the
Tlio olllclal scores wero ns follows
P. A. C. vs. Hawaii.
P. A. C.
i AIlRIHISnPOA E
Sniisa, 3h 4 1 0 1 0 2
lliihlinell. ss 4 10 0 2 4
Ornellns, rf 4 0 0 0 1 0
Peponte, If 4 0
Madeira, ef 4 0
Vllzer, lb 3 0
I. Inn. 2h 3 0
Sonres, c S 0
Vreltas p 2 0
Tntnls 32 2 2
AIl 11 nil SIl PO A H
Rice, If 4
Aynu, en 4
T)esha, ef 4
Kialll, 11 ,4
Mnrkhhm, 3b 4
Itamniiku, 21 ......1
Melntjre, rf 2
fi 1 27 12
P. A. C.
0 0000000 22
hits ,'. 0 10 0 0 10 0 02
nuns o o o d t o o o o i
llnsn hits 1 10 10 110 0 5
Two-lmse hit, ITeponte; left on bnses,
P. A, C 3, Hawalls 3; first liaso on
errors, P A C 3, Hawaii 2; ilnuhlo
pfaj's, Melntyre to nninniiku, Soares
to I-'llrer, I.nta to Aynu to Kualll, Desha
to llniniiukn; struck out, hy Lota 1,
Vreltas a; bnses on called balls, off
T.oti 0, Kreltas 1 Umpires, Joy nnd
Chllllngvvnrlh; scorer, W, T nnpnso;
time of game, 1 hour 11 minutes,
Stars vt, Japanese.
f E lillllll GAME
MATCH OF SECOND SERIES.
...,n 1 l l 2 a
Jllller, 21) .. .
Knn Yen, ss .
I,. Till, 3b . .,
Meers, Hi ..
All Toon, lli-e
Sunnier', If ...
.Mclntyro, Hi .
Hoopll, rf ...
Totnli 40 8
J. A. C
11 C 27 18 S
Krnnco. 2b .,
wnmer, ef .
. ., '
iNotley, rf .
Hoopll, ID .
Wnklta, If .
7 2 27 10 0
. ...o r. o i o o o 2 o s
....0 7 0 10 0 0 1 211
J A. C.
. ...1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 7
Ilnse hits ...
IlniQ lilts .,
Two-base bltcf Millar,1 Meyers' J. H o
opll. tvn)ain.(I!-Mi (acrjlll-ef iW tafn
Yen; Jefoji hjf, tprs ..J.IMC.W
nrsx naso on errors, Ktars D, J. A.
larJMwalitiMAieiris ?, d
tlrst haso on errors, Stars B, J. A. C. 4;
fit wild pitch;. WIU(am.:.JiS9W balls,
Hrltn 2, Joy, 2. Umpires. Tlushnell and
Desha; scorer. V. T. Ratipso; tlpie pf
Ranic, 2 hours 1 mli.,
A most Interesting feature of tho
BerWcoH at Central Union Church last
night was tlio rendition of tho negro
folk songs that Imvo beon Introduced
by Dr. C. J. Ityder. A number of
those songs have been thoroughly
practised by tho ch6lr nnd thoso gly,
en last night woro In perfect accord
with thoso of .tlio South.
"These, Bongs . conio entiroly from
tho negroes," Bald Doctor Itydor, ''and
woro composed, In words and mimic.
by this nice. These songs teach di
vino sovereignty. Whnt a strange,
pathetic appeal to tho Dlvlno Hitler
urn these words In tho hymn, "Keep
Mo From Sinking Down;"
"'I bless the Lord I'm gwlno to die,
Keep mo from sinking down;
I'm gwlne to Judgment by and by,
Keep mo from sinking down.'
"These folk songs otnbraco also tho
divinity of Jesus. Christ Tile atone
ment, tho 8on of Ood dying to open
tho way to saltation, -wuh a truth
precious to them In their life ot
neglect and portocutlon!
"'I've been redeemed, I'vo been re
Been washed In tho blood of tlio
"Thoso folk songs abundantly lllus-
trnt0 d,,) fllct that tlio groat truths of
' evangelistic Christianity woro dear td
1 1 tho hearts of these humble people,
".Thoso folk-songs mingling the weird
Oiimisln nf Africa with .tho hymns nf
tho church, Illustrate the faith and'
lovo ot theso huinblo people."
HARBOR BOARD MEETS
Tho Donrd of Harbor Commission
ers nro to meet Wednesday at tho
Capitol and will tnko up the matter,
of tho cbndltlons of tho various land
ings and Wharves ns they saw them
during their trlpilnst week.
The main places which are to bo
dealt with at thU meeting aro llllo,
Mulinkonu and Nnpoopoo. Tho data
which tho board gathered during their
trip they feol will onnblo them to
copo with any matters that may como
un In connection with tho Bltlintlou
of m,ing freight and cargo through-
out tho Islands.
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phono numbers of 'the liulletln.
Knual sank deeiV Into the whirlpool
of defeat stirred vlajorously liy.Oalm
to the deoth.inarch tune of 01-2 to
3 3-4. ,
It was the rmtt' hrllltnnt. stipetneil-
lar and cleanest' Raine cer fought to
u llnhh on n Hawaii -Held. NV-Ner be'-
fore wro the polo enthusiasts treated
to ro great and Hot rt chntbst its' that
aged In nil. ts 'furj' Inst Saturday
at Aloanalua, engraving; deep Its record
Into the steel pngvs of polo btstory.
i The teams were evenly matched, the
ponies of either rldo seemed equal,
Kauai sported tho best Individual play
ing, hut when the'Oahu teamwork en me
bounding Into tho game It crashed with
all Its fury, with disastrous results,
into tho vltnls of Knual, causing them
to sink with n groan as tho O.thus
flashed from tho mass, scoring tltno
and time ngaln with such rapidity thut
the score boy could hardly hold his
ow n. t
. Jiig-nearteu, j strong men snt never
snlng n word, but the rigid staro In
their eves, swlmnilnir In tho cold net
splratlon-pourlng from their forehead,
theli tightly-closed lists and 'the tight,
contracted muscles of tViclr bodies, told
with muto shrieks the thouRhts1 roc
lug throiiHh their minds, which were
that they Verc seelmr tn all Un smnsti-
iug nnA 'cfiarglng glo'ry tho ' greatest
nnd most rugged liattld ever waged
here for polo honors.
Tho less, wlll-nowered companions ot
man could not w'ltfistraln tho emotloi.t.
coursing through tllem.nnd would jump
hystyrlcally Into tho air, screaming en
couragement to their Ideals, and V)hen
tho opposition smashed Into tho fracas
they would sing back with a gasp, limp
nnd breathless, and wait for tho smoke
(o clear, revealing the dnmhge done.
And so things w'ent on, until every-
bno'f, nenes Were balanced on a silken
hair's edge. Had n Run gono on unex
pectedly, they would all have dropped
front shock, so highly were they keyed.
Three, hundred autos and hundreds ot
icoplei thronged tho sidelines nnd cliTng
to tho slopes' to witness ono, of tho
combntnnts iiiell the fod und ride
prancing from tho field with the pen
ning of victory Hying hlgi., ext Sat
urday cen morn spectators aro ex
pected at Moahnliui.
Odd' Against Oahu.
Before llie.game, Knua Was favorite
hi odds of five to ono and three tu one.
nnd nftl-r the llrst few periods admir
ers nr"kaunf would have jinked ther
life to n lioul of soup,' so certain were
lhty that the honors would go to the
Points as Mad.
Harold Dillingham carried tho first
jxiliit- for Oahu In tho Unit four and
one-hnlf minutes of play of. tho first
periou; in tlio second no score was
(nnild; the third saw Mnllna, hcore In
tho first minute of ploy, with Charles
Itlce scoring a minute later. Harold
Dillingham fouled, tho score helng low
ered for Oahu; score, 2 to 1-2. In the
fourth Hnrold Castlo played tho entire
game, scoring two and a half minutes
after start, making tho score nt hnf,of
gaino 2 to 1 1-2 In favor of Kauai. Aft
er a rest of seven nnd a half minutes
Charles Itlce, In ono and a bnlf min
utes of piny, drovo a goal for .Kauai.
Scoro 3 to 1 1-2 at end of llfth, Will
ter Dillingham In the sixth made i
scoro In thrco minutes; three and n
linl f minutes. Inter Mi'illnn scored, mak
Ihg tho-Bcore 4 to 2,1-2, still In Kauai's
fin or. Tlio seventh afforded Onhu fans
the plcaxuro of seeing Harold Castle
and Walter Dillingham bring two more
points home, tho first In thirty seconds
of piny mid the second In two nnd one
half minutes. Tho eighth wns n won
der, "Hob" Atkinson, the only onescnr
dig, running tho seoro up to S 1-2 to
3 3-4 In favor of Oahu. The ninth mid
last wiis most exciting of oil, with' Wal
ter DlllliiRhnm driving a perfect goal
after dribbling from center field four
und n bnlf minutes after piny, givlnc
Onhu a decisive victory, with tho lliuil
scoro of Gl-2 to 3 3-4. Kauai lost it
quarter of a point due to u snfety they
made In tho eighth.
Harold Castle and Walter DUIIng
ham played a marvelous game for Oahu
n game that would rank with cham
pions. Charles nice nnd Mnllna nlso put up
games that were wonderful to liehold,
with Itlco' s brother ranking not fnr be
hind. The mounts of Walter Dillingham
were the tnlk ot tho day, Sending und
enrrying time nnd' time again far out
past tho others. '
Officials wero Qoorgo Angus, referee;
timekeepers, Clifford Kimball and John
Wulker, Hob McCorrlAton nnd llaolo
Sumner were goal judges,
Captain of Oahui
"It was thfi greatest and fastest game
I was ever In; bo fast I could hardly
get tho ten in together In tho start. Ku-
ual gave us the light ot our lives and
kept us continually on tho Jump,' but
ggfeftv i . 'Aj&ikia.lMliMinlfit1rn
Your Liver r
is Clogged up
Tkat'a Why You're, Tired-Oat
Sorts Have Wo Ai jxliU.
wal ex you rfc!
la a In day j
hutut, hVM aaa SUk HaUatW.
Geftiae amtui Bignature
wo were lit excellent condition nnu
could stick out easily any paeo that
was set. Nom of lis felt tired nfter It
wns nil over, and I think our mounts
stood by us noblv."
CHARLES H. RICE,
Captain of Kauali
"Wo played the hnrdi-it game we
could. They heat us and that Is all
thero Is to It. TIip fight wo put tip
Was a good, fine, clean out nnd looked
like It Wns tgulng to semi us through
with colors' Hying, but tliri'tldc changed
and we wero bested. At tho end both
onrtMees nnd our ponies wero not tbn
least lilt tired, nnu we eouiii nave piny
,d for hours' more."
GEORGE ANGUS, Referee I ,
"It was the fnstcstland cleanest gnirie
ever plnyed on these Islands. Tho
Rtlekvrork wns tho finest I ever snvv,
especially the Jlilttliiir ,of (Harold Caill'o
and Walter tflllliigliani, who plj)cd ji
iVally ciinmplonshlp game. Tho finish
f think Is between
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July 1,1911. aC!,-1m
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