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Cobb pans While Three -Men
Are.On Bases and,theNext
Man Follows Him.
In n Knme of linsuball played at Voai
ton AiiRUnt 3 hctuvon tho.Itod Sox and
Detroit team, the Huston boy won to
the tune of 7-3r
A Krent fent wan worked In tho sec
ond part of the ninth Inning by tho
Itccl Sox which prevented the Tigers
It wot In tho ninth Inlnp, when the
Tigera were linvltiR their half, with tho
lin.Hcn full and no men gone.
Tho great Ty Cobb camo to tho plate,
waved he Vat nt Iawrenco 1'ape, tho
Ilcil Hox plteler, an If ho meant to
vli Ills ball over llin fence.
Captnln Wagner of tho lied Box ran
forward nml talked to Tape nnd the
plUhcr dropjed tht hall. Hail, the Cat
Ifornla fwlrlor, took Ills place, npd ho
wax now In a pinch.
yizlng uptCubb, ho letlonso tho Irst
l.ilt and it, w.ns a dead strike The
pext9pamnde two strikes; then the
third was a little off the plate and was
a ball. Hall shot tho ball, over for the
fnurlli, time, and tills tlmo, Cobb swung
at It ns if he were going to land It
over tho, fence,, but, to his, surprise, ho
failed to connect, and the bull went
Into lnamaker'8 inlt. The great (baN
ting wonder, Cobb, was strucK out
while tho basei, w era, full. It must cer
tainly hayo, been, exciting.
The tremendous crowd of 27,000 eager
yelling fans went wild, to see this .star
hitter, miss his chance of doing some
thing at the critical time. ,lt was as
quiet as a church on a lunday morn
ing g. fe,w minutes before.
Cobb .walked to tho pencil, with a ue-
Jectcd air as the fans laughed at him.
Crawford,, the ,man who helps Cobu
In run getting, lilt as wild as Cobb
did. Tho ball nailed up and It looked
Very largo to him, but he seemed to
forget lifruryes that l(aH,haU up Ijls
sleeve to send past him. '
All was quiet again as Hall wound
up nnd let go one more of his smokeless
but Inniestrnble shoots. Tho umpire
called n hall. The next two dellvirles
were .strikes, and oor Crawford had
fanned, with full bases.
Crnwford walked nwny sadly, while
tlio crowd derided him. Two out and
three men on bases wan tho standing
of the Inning when Delehanty stepped
Into tho batter's, hox to see If ha
couldn't do better. lie did not wait.
but hit the first one, which was a harm
less little pop that landed In Third
Dnsemnn Yrkes' gloe.
Tho greatest finish of a baseball- bat
tle that Uoston oer saw was over n,pd
tho home fans rejoiced. There were
S7.3S4 iinll tu!lH present nt the tjaipe,
and It was a happy crowd that left t,he
Meld, Tho home, team had won by the
score of 7 to .1.
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FANDQM AT RANDOM
In the last two games of the P. a!
Cs. they hae surprised their opponents
In tho Inst Inning. In their llrst game
of the present series they beat tho lla
wails In the last Inning, after tjelng
shut out till Unit time, and on Sunday
they were nlmost shut out, but saved
UieuiM-'lves, In tho nJnth, although they
did not win tho game.
There, was a gama of ball played at
the Iaalaea Kield, on the windward
lliluanf, tliujplaiid, on, Sunday,.bctwcen
H picked .nine, of, tl)atj town and Apana'
rice mill tcum. Tho former jWcnt down
to(ldefuat by 9, to C.i The .players of
he rjfe ctum were rrjostly frpm, the
Ualu Junior League
Walker, Ross aiul IIoopll of. tho Jap
anese team wero seen on tho bench
last Bunduy, In their places were Ke-
alnha, I'relssel and Tlrlto. Notley made
a beuutlful one-hand catch .of Freltas,'
long sky In the eighth, .which prevented
tho I. A. Cs. from scoring.
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SPpiT CALENDAt itt '
a " n t
tt It Manggern of bapeball and otli- n
n er athletic tennis would notify tlio,U
It Bulletin. of tbe dates of pro- n
n posed matches 'so that such In- tt
formation could be jilaced In the
It sport cpJepdar It .would be con- 8
tt sldered.a favor. Addreso all cum-,n
tt tnunlcatlona to Rportlng Kdltor,
n D u 1 lo 1 1 n Offlce. U
tt Saturday, Aug. 26.
tt Polo Oahu vs. Cavalry at Mo-.n
tt analua. tt
tt Sunday, Aug. 27.
tt naneball Hawaii vs. .1, A. C; n
tt Stars vs. P. A. C. at Athletic tt
tt Au I focks vs. Aalas: Analils vs. tt 1
tt Palamas; ut Athletic Park. tt
tt 8unday, Sept. 3. tt
tt Stars vs. J. A. C; Hawaii vs. P. tt
tt A. C; nt Athletic Park. tt
tt Monday, Sept. 4. tt
tt nolay Race Ten Miles: Fltz- tt
tt gerald against Jackson, King, tt
tt Schnrsh, at. Athletic Park. tt
tt Baseball Alt Chinese vs. Cavalry tt
tt at Athletic Park. tt
A GREAT PLAY
The story of tlie greatest play Henry
Berry, owner and president of tho Lot
Angeles Baseball Club, and who Is
known to thoroughly understand tho
Knme, has ever seen. Is told by himself
In, the following article, which appear
ed In tho Chicago Dally News. Ho
"The greatest 'baseball play I ever
saw In any league or nt any tlmo wa
made on the I.os Angeles groundji a
couple of years ago by Mohler, who on
that, day was. playing shortstop.
Tbe game' was between San Fran
cisco and Los, Angeles, and you know
the rivalry that always has existed
between tho towns nnd the teams. Well,
both teams about that time seemed to
have ubout equal chances for the pen
nant, and they Were' fighting fur the
game, ,as It was the deciding one of
"The, game was one of thoso free
hitting ones that always arc filled with
brilliant fielding, r.nd on that day I
think there was more, action for the
money than In nlmoit nny gnme I ever
saw. Tho teams were on their toe
wry minute, hustling, lighting and
pulling oil all kinds of remarkable
fielding feats. You know It happens
that way at times. It Is contagious,
and even the, worst of them play great'
ball when spurred along by the others.
'In splto of the hard hitting neither
side could score many runs, nnd the
count was 2 to 2 when tho ninth Inning
"San-jKronclsco didn't, score, and In
tho last half of the Inning It looked as
If wo had, grabbed tho game. Wo had
runners on, llrst and third,, with nnre
out, nnd then a pop fly and(n .strike
came along and It looked bad for the
run that was needed.
'I was expecting an attempt at a
dpuble jttcal, but Instead they, tried a
lilt .nnd run jilay, Mohler at, shortstop
was going to cover second to make the
return throw to the plate when the ball
was hit. Ho was Insldu the base, olT
Ills balance, and It didn't look as If he
had one chance In n million to stop,
m a.i, ,',.,'. .i ,l :
The Hawaii baseball team has been
losing 'members right nlong since It
entered tho league, but somehow i
ulnays sfenis to pick up a few good
lines to 1111 hi, JlmKnllninpchu Is the
latest recruit, l
The Chinese tcum from Honolulu
flow Jdaylng on Maul Is doing more
than vvtjs, expected by tho local Chinese
fans Walt till they reach Hllo; that's
where they will get It good nnd hard!
Into tliouianus of iianirfl and made marriage
Tho first Kapli Transit passenger
cor pitou tlwuu vair;cunirol (was run
over tho King stroat" lino yesterday.
Superintendent Pratt, was, on the head
end .and 8titoa, that ,overytUlngv worked
Hiiinqtbly umjwoll. Today tQ noro
curs were .operated .with the air
brakes. Tho rest nf tho ears will Im tV preparation frimi
t,llt.tcd.1wllh "ajr us uoa.ii us k possible. SQlll ;t ? All i OrMflQiStS.
All Clubs .Working Hard The
(Sports, Will, Be, Closely
The .chediile for the Regatta D.iy
sports has been made out, and It con
tains, thirteen Interesting events.
Itegahn Day this venr should be tho
best for roine years, and as the Ilea
lanls and Myrtles arc going U have n
new contestant In the barge races, they
are working much harder than on pre
There. will be flyc, events on the pro
gram In which the Myrtles nml Hen
lanls will tight for honors, and It will
mean-working' for all that Is In them
In order to como put victorious.
There will be two caube races pulled
on during the day,, the llrst of which
will be a six-paddle canoe race nnd
the second a'four-paddlo modern canoe
Thesa two event Will bo hotly con
tested by tho various crews. There Is
a rumor around town that Prince Cupid
will again bring down lilt. Kona, crew
to compete In the canoe races on Ite-
gatta Pay. If .this should be the ense.
It will be one of the keenest ovents of
the day, as both tho Outrigger and IIul
Nalu crews are very strong.
Thero will be two yncht races one
for wrens and another for pearls, Tho
younger yachtsmen nre very much In
terested In theso two events, and all
the small yachts will bo keen In the
races on that day. (
Tho harbor w 111 once more be a lively
scene, as Itegatta Day In Honolulu Is
aluuvs a red-letter day nnd the scene
nn animated one, long remembered by
those fortunate enough to bo In the city
nt the time. I'
Thero Is the keenest rivalry between
the clubs, and especially so between
tho Outriggers and .Hul Nalut, .and
given a line day the spectators will sue
some fine races.
AH, clubs nre bus now training for
the coming regattn, and they expect
to put up some hard battles.
The full schedule of events for Re
gatta Day of 1911 Is as follows: '
1. Whaleboat t
2. Senior barge. T
3. Six-paddle canoe.
4. lYcshman, barge.
tu Senior pair oar.
G. Junior barge. '
7. Pilot boats. "
R. Junior pair oar.
9. Kour-paddle canoe (modern).
10. Three-paddle ennoe (women).
11. Yacht race (pearls),
12. Yacht raco (wrens).
12. Sailing canoes..
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There was a lively garrie, of ball, at
Knneoho on Bunday, when the C.' A.
U. picked team won from the Wnllau
nine, by 9-C.
It was 'an Interesting gnme right
through, and tho boys were on .their
toes nil, the time. It .was. anybody's
Igame until the eighth Inning was
reached, when the picked team n,ddid
four runs to its score, making It 9,to;u,
The Wnlalau nine had the assistance
of two crack players, but they alledto
do muci, as the C. A.. Us., were strong
with' the stick. '
T. Bylva was .behind the bat for tjin
vvnunus, wane aeon neiu uown seconu
Nextj Sunday. the.crackKaawaa, nllie
w 111 tackle the. C. jA, Us ,,nnd Hylvails
expecieu xo twjri. tor, we champion Ka-
The boys ore having thtlme of, their
lives playing ball on the other side .of
tt ,t M
Tho .Oahu League , baseball series
happens to close on the same date as
play In the American League October
. tho uanu junior series runs i way
Into November, by which time the ball
tans win need a rest.
get back and get tho' ball, which was
hit right at the spot he had left.
"He stopped suddenly nnd, seeing It
going past, dived backward and side
whs at It and speared tho hall. As he
storped It he fell Hat on hit. back, .with
his Jeet( pointing toward first bant, and
ills Head toward left fields The run
ner going to first was a fast man.
"Tiiero wnsnt n cunnce to make n
piny cither to second or to the, plato, ns
theso runners already were nearly over,
und It. looked llko the game. Mohler
didn't havo a chance to got up. If he
tried It the runner would heat the ball
to llrst apd the game. would ho over,
Ho djdn't try. Lying flat, on his back,
nnd without raising Iris head, ho threw
toward first. The bnll(went pver llko
a flash-rstralght lntoVthe first hnsi
njanH hands, ,Tho runner was nut nnd
the game was Kind We won It Intir,
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