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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, AUG. 18, 1911.
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CLOSE RACE IN
Tho BtamllnRS of tho throo Me
lenitnes ii 1 1 to AtiKU3t 12 rIiow that
I'nrtlntul U IiuvIiik a clnso mntn run
nfiirj for cliainploiiBlilp lionorH In Ver-nnn.
'In Hie American Lookup, tho Plillllcn
nro ntlll linltllmr their own In tho lend,
with tho Detroit tram on their heels.
Jn the National I.enKtie, Clilcntco and
I'llttLurc pro ImvinR the tltno of their
lives trylntc to hold tho lend. Iloth
thoKo tennif. nro very close, nnrt the
fans ujll watch with eiiKcrncss tho
outcome of tho standing ly the next
mall, an Chicago Is only lemllni; hy ,f
ier cent, nt tlio present time,
Tfie stnndlriKS of the three Mr
lencues tip to Aimust 12 are ns follows;
. .American League,
Detroit ..". nil
IIohIoii ., 5
New York M
l'lcel.ilul .-. S3
.St. Loul 31
8 a ss a u p nil u n tt n a a a u
it iPOR. CALENDAR. H
Saturday, Aug, 19. tt
tt Polo-rKnttal vi Cavalry nt Mo- tt
tt analua. St
tt Sunday, Aug. 20. tt
Baseball J. A. C., vs. I. A. C. nt 8
8 Athlotlc Park. 8
8 llnw.il! vs. Stars nt Athletic Park. 8
8 Saturday, Aug. 20. 8
8 Relay nace Ten Miles: Kill- 8
8 Rurnld against Jnckson, King, 8
8 ZlhkH, at Athletic Park. 8
8 Polo Oahu vs. Cavalry nt Mo- 8
8 nnaltta. 8
8 nascoall All Chinese vs. Cavalry 8
8 at Athletic Park. 8
8 Sunday1,, Aug. 27. 8
8 Baseball Hawaii vs. J. A. C: 8
8 Stars vs. P. A. C. at Athletic 8
8 Park. 8
888888888888 8 8 888
L TIN LEADS
Standing of Teams.
C. A. U r.
b't. I.oul-1 SC
Pacific Coast League.
V. ' U
Portland eft SC
Vernon , 72 - (0
Oakland 70 GC
Ban Francisco CC C7
Sacramento 63 C7
Los Angeles 55 79
8 8 8
Uycno Has Clean Sheet, But
Only Played in One
I,. Tin leads In ,tiie batting nverngo
of the Oalm Junior. League up to the
present time. Ho plays fur the Mu
llocks and Is n memher of the Htars,
playing third base on that team In
the senior league he stood elfihtli In
the lalllng nveragoJ playing hi seven
games nnd getting n uverugn of .233.
tlyeno of tho Anahli lias n clean
38Q Sheet of 1.000, but only has taken part
o2b In one game, so ne is noi consuioreu
iob the leader In Ilia averages.
I M. Costa of thn l'alamax, who has
iii ! played In four gannls, Is credited with
Kr, making the most runs. So fur ho has
rsr i'lled'up six" for Ids team on mi averago
r.r. of one n game, , ,.
...I Sum Hop of theAiila& has missed
8!j connection with tho'phere mora times
, man any oiner piarer oi ino league,
FAND0M AT RANDOM
The Oahu Junior Leaguo teams linvo
n few more games to ho played before
the first series In over, nnd It looks ns
though the Patamas will win out on
the first leg of the season.
Next Sunday the C. A. Us. will buck
up ngnlnst tho Anlns, nnd these two
teams nro nbout evenly matched. Thn
Anlns linvr not been playing very good
ball of Inte, Tho.lenm Is composed of
many soreheads, nnd this Is dim reason
for most of' Its defents, ns the players
fall to pull together at times.
The second match of the moridng
Will be pulled on between tho Muhocks
nnd the Palnmas. This should bo n
hot contest, ns the Muhochs nro pretty
close up to tho leaders nnd have, put
up Fome pretty'good games of Inte.
If tho Muhocks cnn only slip ono
over the top-nntchers, then the Asalils
will rejoice, ns It will, bring both tenuid
to the Milne standing. It wilt nUo lielp
tho Muhocks to get closer to the. leaders.
The poor (?. A. U. team, wlilcli was
picked ns the winners during thn llrst
part of thn series, seem to luivu n, ku
liun.i somewhero iimongst thn tenm, nu
It has railed to win a single, game.
I.nst Sunday the 0. A. Us. made thn
AmiIiIh stretch themselves to win, and
If they had u pltclier III thn box other
than Hong Chcong, they would have
won, ns lie allowed tell walks during
Hnin Hop, who twirled for tho Aulas
In their losing game last Sunday, will
be III thn box ngaln Sunday. Ho pltcli-
id a swell giiuiu In the lust match, but
Ills batting a'veruKfliH Very low. Play-lrecelved poor support.
Ing In every gnnm.iyi far, ho bus been
nt bill eighteen' (lines nnd lias only
managed, to. geVt riltsTglvliig lilm
n. n..iioni .,,i .i,,i iu-i. innnls n average or .Ul. .Morsu or me m-
doubles chumplons; II., II. Hnckett and lnn",,, "' "l" ''"J" """ n B00'1 l"1""
K. U. Alexander, wero defeated, for Hie ''1 Koine to the bench by thn strlke-out
llrst tlmu In six years In tho fourth r,"e' v ,
round of tho New York Stnto chain- The .baUIng nveinges of tho players,
plonshlp lonrnnment by T. n. Pell nnd which have ben made out by Scorer
1. K. Maliuii of (he West Bldo Club on , Jnckson of tho Oahu Junior
Allglist 9, tho scores being 0-4, CO. ""Ke, or., n. i.ui.mn.
In the smno round CI. 1 Touchard' "
and It. 1). Llttlu defented tho AVestcrn Hyeno, Asnhls ..
chainldoiis, C. M. Hull Jr. and J I. C. ' Allu- Muhocks
Mnrtln, S-ti, tl-1.
ah. it. n. Pet.
3 3 0 1.000
I Tin, Mohocks
Tin Yen, C. A. U. .
A. Kuu, C. A. U. .
Sukaliio, Asalils ,.
Sherwood Mngee, leftflelder of the
1llln ,1nl ! In Vntlminlu lii immo ciiiu.i
PC.ided from playing ball uny more liy; Leong, Miinoeks.
.., .i ', ,'i. v...,i i ,...,... Akeo. Muliocks ....
, ... ., , ,", .. .. iKunlll, Aulas
Mini lliuoill lur UBnuiiiiiiiH ail uiiiiiik-,
has had his suspension lifted nnd ho
will bo allowed to pluy ngnin.
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' 'KVKRYTHINn l'IIOTO(!lt"Al'lt,"
Sum Lundford knocked out Jim
Smith hNtlic, llftli round of a ten
round light which took plnco In New
York on August 9. Langford was of
fered thn light when the referee count
ed nine, us Smith wns practically out
when' thn bout was stopped.
Joseph, Puamns ... 5
Ilrasch, Pulamas .. 5
Chun Duck, O. A. U. 2
Kunl, Asnhls 2
Murakami, Asalils .. 4
lluyashj, Asalils ... 5
Oiimiros, Muhocks.. 3
Oisukl, Anlns 5
Knhu'lcwal, Muliocks .1
Cushlnghuin, Aulas.. 4'j
YValkoll, Pulumus.,. 5
I f nmnan l,i1n tiifi u f.
.The iWooklyn baseball team, nfter.jyrakl. Asuhl 5
giving "Pitcher Itclgop permission to vying Kee, Muhocks 2
IGQ. for allowing lilm to do so by tho'jj, Costn, Palamas.. 4
Katlonal Ilnsehall Commission on thu'j, i.-ure, Muhocks., 4
27th of July.
5 , 19
hifi "viivi yvibvfi .v.Mt.nn.u,, -".vying Kee, AitinocKH
play 'In an oxlilbliion gnmo nt LongHlng Hung, C. A. U.
Heiich, N. J on July 10, was fined ;jti pcrrelra, Palamu
llmnhakn, Asalils .. 2
! Ilrlto,, Aulus 6
I If l.nvltuti Anliic . . .1
Hill Lang defeated Hill Squires In II. Knglisli, Anlufc
tho II Tl It round ht Urlsbune, Australia,! Llshmiin, Aalas 2
on AijruM 9, for vtlio lienvy weight ,Kan Yen, C. A. U.. 3
championship of Australia. Tho odds Js'oda, Asnhls 5
nt'the fight were four to one on Lang.
About' four tho'unnnd funs xnw the
Kojlnm, Asalils .... 4
J, Aylctt, Muhocks.. 2
Jimmy Clnbby has been signed
linollier Australian lighting tour,
belongs. In Hie Mcintosh lighting trust
and nil) lenvo for tho antipodes on
September 1. While In Australia bo
ixpeftB to lutvd nbout six lights.
A new le'nguo 1ms been formed, com
puted of four Jnpaueso teams. Tho
J llrst. games will bo played at Aula Park
..Sunday afternoon. This heems to bo
I In connection wltlr'tho boycott of tho
ISiittllng Nelson, whllo In Oregon, on
leoelviug rn niefsiigo from his brother
slating lllnt his mother wns killed by
a .train, canceled all engagements. Tho
proposed Nelson. Anderson light
M. Phillips, Palunms ,T,i 15
forje. Mqrlynmn, Asalils 5
lIo'Luck Yee, (J. A. IJ.. 3
T. 'Morlyuma, Au,hls 5
Kiimnl, Muhocks ... 4
M. Morse, Pajamas.. 5
Sam Hop, Aalas .... 5
Kn You, Aldus .... 3
Kurusnkl, Asalils ., 3
Tho Chinese bull team leaves
Maul this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Imvo ii swell time while
lb;yn expert lo
on the Valley
Morse nnd Wrrlrn will form the bat
tery for thn Pulumas, und'thls set liivo
been working togttber dllflng thS'
whole series. The I'alnnias have a
rtrong Met of players, and even If Morso
is u little off In his pitching ha can
always rely'on Ids supporters back of
8 8 8
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Archdeacon William II. Allen of St.
Catherine's llptscopal church, Pensu
cola, Klu., tendered his resignation on
July 14 us n member of thn Pcnsacola
Ministerial Association, of which ho
was president, ns ii result of the ac
tion of that organization In prosecuting
baseball players for playing baseball
Gustavo V. Touchard nnd Unymond
I. Little of New York will meet II. .11.
Ilockctt nnd !'. II. Alexnnder, national
champions, in the championship round
of doubles In tho big rsewport lawn
tenuis court tournament on August 22,
for tho title of 1911.
Jack O'Drlen will hnvo a go with
Dill Lung In lh". squared ring boiiio
tinio In tho near future. HIH Iingfard
has accepted O'llrlen's challenge nnd
Jack Is pleased tn have another go ut
NEW RACE TRACK PLANS
'. . DEVELOPING RAPIDLY
Plans for tho now raco-track nnd
outdoor amusement park, uiinoimco
ment of which wns (list published ex
cluslvoly in tho 11 u Hot I n of Juno
17 last, nro well under way. The
plans Include a isilo Held, baseball
diamond nnd running track, with
buildings for general athletic and rac
ing 'purposes. It Is stated that It. W.
Slilnglo Is one of the promoters of
Hie now rorisirnllon, nnd that stock
will soon bo placed on tho market.
It li'ns been decided to hold tho
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