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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. TH., MONDAY, AUQ. 21, 1911.
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The P. A. Cs. Escaped Being Whitewashed When In Ninth
, , .Inning Sou2a Saved Them Small Crowd Sees Two
G,pod (James. , ,
One, of jHuj. bpt games played for
some time nt the Athletic Park by the
Ou.hu I-eugue Uam wax thnt put Ul
liy the Hawaii mid Stars on Hundiiy,
n vlloli the former team won after
playing cleen Inning of good and ex
Tlic day Wl brlfiht and the jCOol
breeze thnt camo down Nuuitnu Val
ley made the afternoon comfortable.
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jtt Saturday, Aug. 26. It
'tt Polo Oahu vs". Cavalry at Mo- tt
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hot they were not disheartened and,
working together well, tied the score
after n while. .
The Iluwalls made two runs In the
fourth Inning. Dreler knocked the ball
to lvtt Held for two base and Rtola
tlilrd. Katlmunchu wait Kafe nn a.
fumble of third basemani Dreler came,
home on Ayau sacrifice. Denim ran
for Ayau and stole socpnd and third.
The. ground were In good condition, coming home on Mlllkan's sacrifice hit
In spite of the heavy rain of the ire-(to Hecond. t
mouk mgni T10 native sona come bnck again In ,tt Srhnrh. nt Athletic Park. ti
The crowd thdt' attended tho gameH the llfth and tied the acore nftir much tt Baseball All Chinese vs. Cavalry tt
expected to nee two good contents, but hard work. Mclntyre, the "Irish," tt at Athletic Park. , tt
there were" not lunnj funs present." ' started out well by getting to Urxt on u tt
Uoth the tnll-iiiilern of tho lait se-n hit over second. He atole second, tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt. M. R tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
tt Sunday, Aug. 27.
tt Baseball Hawaii vs. J. A. C;
tt Stare vs. P. A. C. at Athletic
tt Mil Hocks ve. Aalas; Asahla vs.
tt Palamas; ut Athletic Park.
tt ' Sunday, Sept. 3.
tt Stars vs. J. A. C; Hawaii vs. P.
tt A. C; nt Athletic Park.
tt Monday, Sept. 4.
tt Relay Raoo Ten Miles: mu
tt gerald against Jackson, Kin?, tt
W who started out well" In the uegln.Desha bunted and beat the ball, while
nlng of the second leg of the seiKon,
tailed to hold their own yesterday! 'ill
ll)OUh making great, efforts,
Vne lirsi muicii was nun uy
American Japanese team, which
any W'th, tl)e P. A. c boya to
tunu of B-l, after shutting them
for eight Innings and expecting
whitewash them. In the ninth, how
icr, Souza came to bat determined
to prevent the application of the wash.
deorgle went on to No. 3J Markham
nus up, picked out a good one and
landed tt orr short, which scored Mc-
(i;9lntre. The score van then tied and
tne Hawaii rooters went wuu.
There was, no more scoring till the
winning run was made by, Dreler In
the etetenth. He played a tine game
In the tenth Sumner walked nnd
tried to steal second, , but Aynu was
find wan successful, he being the hero there with the goods and nabbed him.
of the P. A. C. nine. Platta wus safe on a hit to short, but
In the second game Mlllkaa was up tried Sumner's stunt and wus retired
In the ulr In the third and wus touched I by the same Celestial
for four hits He also allowed two was out on a fly to left field.
on u' 16ng drive to center
In the eleyetjth Ayjett wns out short
to first, HooplI "outran-pop My to pitch
er! Williams 'safe oh" hit to tlilrd. Mar-
crilllnO w'as ablo out oil a hit to third
The Huwalls won the game In their
halt of the eleventh. Hatnuuku hit to
deep center, whlch''wak good for three
ml vrrluwlv airri iiit If the, bases, but he fell over bhrself while
eso piayera'of The Stars 'haO been!on,nrst hfl su'stayed. there, He stole Bawul
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men to walk In that Inning,
The Hawalli tied the score In the
llfth, and from Hint time until the
teams had gon,o two Innings beyond
the usual number, nothing but ciphers'
gracel the scoreboard, It was Ip the
eleventh that' tho Hawnll team got busy
and annexed the winning run after
ono man hn.d gone.
The 'second gn'me was 'fast and exclt
present they would 'have won without
nny trouble, as Mlllkan' was hardly In
condition and Cordelro at short and
Miller lit third were n little off In their
fielding, whlch'nldetl the Hawaii ma
terially. There were quite n few new players
on the various teams Sunday, Lota
was 'not aallable, so Mlllkaa was call
ed mi tn dd the twirling for the Ha
waii, but, ha was not in trim. "Sunny"
Jim wok on the Hawaii njnn at left
field nnd catcher.
Platta and Cordelro, both of the Ewa
nine, wcra'on'the Star nine, playing
second nnd short respectively, Frlesclt
played for thi J. A. Cs. at left field and
Aylett wur at center for tho Stare. '
First Game. '
In the second Ilrlto scored for the
J. A. C., and Notlcx and "Klddo"
ChllllnBuorth" came.' back In the second
half of tho third and ndded two moro
Up. to thtMlme the P A. C. section
of the scoreboard was a blank. In the
fourth the Japanesa netted ono more
run. This time It was Notloy who did
the trick. '
There fvas no moro scoring until the
lucky seventh was reached, when tho
Nipponese struck' luck and Chilling
worth scored another run, although he
did. hot desert e It. as he 'took advan
tage' of the' Umpire's' being Asleep and
cut n big 'slice oft third, and, was an
nounced ante' when he reached home.
The J. A. Cs hit lluthnell hard at
tlincfl. ' nnd beforfc they got through
with hi in' ten hltsMmd been accumu
lated The Portuguese cane through
A peculiar thing happened In tho
The opening games of the new Jap
anese baseball league started nut on
Its first games yesterday. There was
a large crowd of Oriental fans present
and they were kept on tiptoe, through
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i;.llllfmu tfli.lsi ton. K In A fid
Itrin lu M3 iiviiuiuiu ..- w tu -s n
unnunetit wuh the llatikura auureHU
Dtsliu reach0 s?cunil after two outn !,,
In the tenth, and then ftfurkham dlcdl , . nm n, . J.
AIIV ncvutiu vui..-n. nun u. irnn .(i.b. -
est, us It wjs a one-sided uffalr. The
N'lsihlnos won, from the N'lkkos to the
tune of 13-8
The ijcore of the llrii.gunio wus us
Yo-hlgn 4 1 2 4 16 0 0
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second. Dreler lilt to third and was va u u " u -
safe,' while Hnmauku, was caught drift-1 ,,yn,mra
Ing off second, Kuilmapehu hltito left Klj"",h' "''4
field and 'Oro'ler went to third. MIII-Hhlbnla"' ' 4
kaa sent him home' on n hit to aecond,'UKUnn-!n.
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The) full official scores, us compiled
by W. T. Itappso, are as follow:
P. A. C.
Sousn, 3b 1
Btishnell, p' 4
Ornellas, rf 4
Deponte, If 4
Madeira, cf 2
Lino, 2b 3
Konref, c ., .1
Joseph, lb I
Fllzer. lbj 2
Frcltns, nt 3'
34' 5 8 8 27 10 1
Nnknmura, 3 0
Total 29 1 4 3 2413 2
J. A. C.
Krjesell, If 3, 110 10
Chllltngworth, sa ..2, 1 1 o' 1' ?V
.kanq, lb .4, 1 2 0 3 0
Franco.' 2n '..... ,.4 9 1 o ?'
nrlto. c Is 4 1 1 0, 1 3
Notley, cf .1 l1 0 6" lt 0
Kealoha. 3b 4 0 2 0 0 1
Louis, rf 30 0 0 0 1
Medelron, p 3 0 0 2 4
Inaifa ..' 4
T. Nakamura 4
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Tqtalu 30 4. 8 24 17
1 Two-base hits. Kono, Ylyahnra, Shi-
Oibata; struck out, by Mlyuhara 9, KqJ
Oishlwada 0, Qdu 3: bases on balls, oft
0J,Mlyahara 4, Kashlwada'4, Oda' 1; pnVi
0d balls, Inaila t, Fuku'nogn i. "Tlnie of
o!gnme,'l hour'40 minutes; umpire, 8a-
SS 5 10 0 27 17 0
katno; scorer, Sadayara.
P. A. C. '
Runs ., 'i 0 0 0 0,000,011
Base hit 0 000110114
J. A. C.
Runs .,() l'fl 0 0 10 fi'lt made sen buo'hlts anfl lost tjie
Base'hlts ...;.o'2 3 110 3 0 lQ.'game by score f 1316 . i
In the. second gaine; the Nlsshlnpa
ijcored In, their first, secant), third and
sixth lnnlng(s. They made fourteen
lilts nnd scored thirteen runs. The
Ntkko bunch scored In the second)!
third, fifth, ilx.tb and eighth Innings.
Two-base hits, Brlto, Franco, Me-
delrob, Deponte; sacrifice hits, Notley
ejgtith' Innlngvwhen Kealoha knocked a, 2; sacrifice' fly.'Frl'esell: left on base,
pop fly above third. Souta and Freltas P. A. C. 3, 'J. 'A. C. 6; double plays,
mado ui dfye for It at the, same time, i Lino to Joseph, Medelros to Chilling
Ilrlto, hn was on third, could do notli-1 worth to Akana, Freltas to Fllxer';
Ing but lipld.ljU tiqse whfe the otlier Jstruck out,1 by Medelrob 7,' Bunhnell 4i
two' players banged. Into him, V Al( three bases, on called balls, off Medelros 2,
fell tn the ground, with the bull In.Iiuslinell 3; passe'd'' Wll, Soarek: balk.
llushnell. UmplrcJ,' Joy and Desha;
timet .' ((ame, labour :3l'mlnuteH.
Second Qame. -
Tht re wqs, more life to the second
gnmirnnd the plnys were much more
Inturrsllug. The Hnwalls smarted with
Wlnno behind. the bat, but ho was re-Mlller, 3h C 0
lleed I ir It he yilnl, the chance being Cordelro, ss ' 4 1
made, lifter t)io Stars had made four1 Sumner, c ...:... .3' 1
runs. Knllmapehu then did the recclv-iPlaka. 2b . . 5 0
AB R BII 811 PO A E
lng.nnd Ayau went out to short. N'axcliriento,Mf ....3
Tho Ilawftlls 'tnrted things gnlng'in'Aylett, qf 4
tho last of the second. llnmnuku. HooplI, rf ..',.... .(I
fanned; Dreiir made a safe hit and Williams, p 4
got tn second qn hit; "Sunny" Jim went
to the bench jby tho strike-out route
after biting an awful wide one, Wlnne
runin up wlih a smllo and rammed a
beiuly nlong (third base, upon which
Dider rofnped One run.
Murculllno, lb .,..6
Totul ,38, 4
8 3 31 23 6
H M tt
FANDOM AT RANDOM
1 "Sunny" Jim Kulemapehu, tho od
Kam school catcher, made his first
appearance behind the but on the Ha
waii team yesterday and' did well. Ho
Is Htlll In the habit of trying to hunt
l-but it did not work yesterday, i
Aya,U.sfl ,..., i, 1, L 3 8 2
Mlllkaa. n 4 0 0 0 2 5 0
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Total 4i D 12 7 33 19 3
Runs 00 4 0 000 00 00 . 4
Base hits 004110010018
Runs 01 02 1 00000 1 r.
Base hits 1203200001312
' " SUMMARY.
Tnree-buse hit, HooplI; two-base
hits. Dreiir. Desha, Kuilmapehu; sacrl
lice hit, Desha; left on" banes, stars'8,
WIhwhIIk 8; tlrst base op errors. Stars
2, HUwulln' S; 'double plays, Mclntjru
In the third the Stars began to make Mclntre, rf
nun, nnd they got all they could whll.pcshu, ss-lf ,4
they were at It. They hoped to make Markham, 3b ...,..Bi
a fiw mora later In the game, but thli Itnmaiiku, 2b C
was all "they 6ould dd Dreler," lb G,
The Ilnwallvbnys didn't like to see Kallinipehu, cf-o .,(
ihelropponeiits got tlioie four' runs, 'Wlnne; c, ,,,, , ....,1
ABRUH.SBFOA Ii'P Dreler, HnmuukuUo Desha to !
Aau uuaiilsted; iU by pitcher,
elmento'Aylett; struck out, by Ml-
0 Ijkaa, 1, Williams G bases on lulled
olball.'l, off' Mlllkan D, Wllllaiiv) 0. Um-
0 plre's, ChllltngwoVth and Buf-hnell; time
0 of game, hour, 33 minutes. '
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