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. LAST MOMENT BY JAPANESE
Big Crowd Sees Two Rattling l Good Games Hawaiis Beaten
Again Fans Turning Out In Large Numbers
STANDINQ OF 8ENI0RS.
"I ! &$ "$$ l-!) nlng aw n few exciting moments The
t P Stars had two men on bases, 0110 on
S second and ilio other on third!
"S none gone. Kan Yen came up anil It It
j seemed, nt, though there wus n holo In'lJ
$ the bat, ns ho ftmncd. I Tin caino tt
& up next, iiiid. K not mistaken, used the tt
i. sinia hnt, not noticing. tho hole, as he tt Track A. A.
. also Htrtick out. Myers ended tho.tt
J. A. C 4
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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 Rico Ten Mllos: Fit
tt gcrald ngalnit. Jackann, King, tt
tt Scharsh, at Athletic Park. It
tt Baseball All Chinese vs. Cavalry tt
tt at Athletic Park. tt
tt 8unday, Sept. 10. tt
, tt Baseball Stars vs. Hawaii; P. ,tt
with J A. C. vs. J. A. C; at Athletic tt
MohaWks vs. Asahls; C. A. V. tt
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Muiuger Marcullluo's "Beauts." aft
er pulling up a hard battle (or eight
ions Inniugs, lost the light In the ninth
to the J. A C. trniu, which narrowly
Down ut llio Athletic Park yester
day afternoon It was seen Unit tho
Japanese were still lx coiling tho
park, but that did not present tho
games front being- Rood. The crowd
was much lnrger than that wldcU at
tended tho Rames tho previous Sun
day. Tho fans vsho witnessed tho
games jesterday wcro treated to sonio
rood linll, mid they all left with a
good word for both matches. Among
(ho fans resent were many well
known bitsbicss men, which goes to
show that In splto of tho Jap inese boy
cott there arc others who will attend
the park wlillo the teams pull off good
bill games nj those which wcro
brought up jesterday.
Tho first game of tho nfternoon was
ti hard-fniiglit one, nnd tho fam rooted
themselves hoarse fur tho poor Stars,
who were trying their best to win froji
their opponents. Up to tho first halt
of the ninth tho score stood 2-1 In
favor of the Stars, but a sudden sur
prlso sprung up In tho last half of the
ninth," when tho Nipponese slipped by
and scored two rtnrv whining tbogaiiio
J-S uftof a,ery Intfrestlng'mnlch,
,Thc socond ganio of the afternoon
turneir out In a victory for tho Por
tugueo nine, which played a lino game.
Mike Hardoc twirled for the Hu walls
and wns off bin regular pitching,
which hclcd the P. A. Cs. a great deal
In taklirs nway tlie cako after defeat
ing the popular Hawaii nlno G-4. This
ganio was also an exciting one. Tho
Portuguese train bud a good backing
along tho sidelines csterday, Tho
rooting was great, and thero was hard
ily a dead moment throughout tho
The Hawalls worked for all they
were worth to defeat tho future cham
pions, but tho luck why not their.
In the tlrst tnatrh Kealnha twirled
for thf J. A. Cm. mid he was touched
lor seven bits Hill Mjers, who wns In
lb. box for the Mar's, ullowcd seven
hits also, but ho played a much mora
steady game. U Tin nnd Kan Yen
were back on the Star team again after
a long absence. The former played nn
excellent game for bis Dine. Kan Yen
lost his batting oe. for ho fanned
three times. -
Walker played his usual place at cen
terfleld after being on the bench for
soiao time Once during tho game ha
lost his head and tried to ralso u rum
pus, with Umpire Ccslm, and the crowd
derided him for his action. On the
other baud, ho did soiuu heavy slug
Huiit and rilr.cr wero tho stars la
the second tmitih. Tho former found
luck, his way every tlmo be took his
cap. off at llio plate. lie alto roblwd
a liner off Aau In the fifth which he
should not have done. Snares split his
Uaml In tbo Hero nd and It was hard
luck. Tho team did not lost faith he
cauvn. of bis almcuco from behind tin
bat ngaln, but went along and worked
hard and finally won lo tho tune of 0-4,
It was ii dandy gumo right througli.
First Game. .
, To the delight of the fans, the Stars
titarted things golug in tho very tlrst
lonlug. Kan Yen blugled tt) short und
wos.out. I. Tin was snfo on a lilt over
seconds Ho then stolo second und third
after maklngftnn pretty slides Mjirs
sent Tin homo on a hit to right Held
Kaxelmento ciuno to tho plate und re
ceived un uwful crack off ono of Ke-
aloha's curves, whu.li allowed him to
rcuili Unit, advancing Mjers. Ma real
lino took Ms era' pluco und canio homo
on Huo'pil's two'liugger, width wuh
made off, his tS-oume. h.it. Joy vvus
out nn a fly to left field, and Hoopl)
was caught LIT tho second bag.
In tho third Kan Yen made a bril
liant oiio-baud catch oft llrltu, which
looked .IJko lufcafo hit. Tho llflb In-
till the lucky seventh was reached, and ,, ., .,.,
.. ., ... ..... most exciting coatc&t.
It was tho Nipponese who struck luck,, ., , , , ,
,i The olllclul scores of
el a llintr SflAVml nis run Abnn- na lt I
"" '""' -v"" V" """' "" "'Iwhlch were made out
the game last Sunday, wni the hcro,, . ,,
ii Jt. .' it.., ,. .Haposo, nro na follows
ii-iiviiinK nice un fill lu I ikiic iieiu,
then soon stolo second. Franco was
next up and picked out u good one, but
II l,,rlA.I ll.ln n fit I, nil In Inff flnl.t.,.. I
.. ... .. .., ...... . ""II, 1
Motley wus up next and while waiting . ,.
w iiiiii iiivu vuiiv ui ..ii'it., inniii.
stolo third nnd Motley was out on a
bunt. Walker was next to fnco tho
pitcher; Akana ramo homo on a passed
ball, Walker was out on a fly to left
field, Ilrlto also got out on a liner I)
Both sides failed to scoro In tho
eighth, nnd In the last hnlf of tho
ninth, when the score was 2 to 1 In
lavnr of tho Stars, tho J. A. C kuhuna
S-4 after a
by Scorer BUI
Kan Yen, 2b ...
Marcnlllno, lb ,
iAIi Toon, c ....
Cordelro, t.s ...
Totals 20 2 7 3 2617 1
J. A. C.
ATI R I!H SB I'O A i;
Krbwll, If 3
flt1lll.t.. ..-II. uu 1
worked his stunt und the Nipponese. ,, . -, ' ",
. . 41ntlllll, 111 ......I
Prnnco, 2h 3
Notley, rf 4
Ross, 3b 3
Totals 30 3 7 4 27 12
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Two out winning run scored.
Runs 2 0000000 02
Baso bits 3 01011010
J. A. C. '
.0 0000010 23
.010010! 0'J 1
Two-baso hits. Hoopll. Nnsclmento,'
franco; sncrlU;c hit, Cordclru; left on
basei., Stars tt, J. A. C. 3; first baso nn
errors. Stars 1, J. A. C. 1; cloublo play,
Krlosell to llrltu: hit by pitcher, Hoo
struck out, by Kealolm S. Meyeri
4:( bases on called balls, oft Keulohn
1, Meyers 3; uassed balls, Itrlto 2, All
Toon. Umpires, Ieslm nnd llushncll;
scorer. W T Ituposo; tlmo of game,
1 hour 17 minutes.
AH It IIII 811 PO A K
Rice, cf 4 0 10 0 0 0
Aynu, ss 3 10 1
Ueshn. If 4 110
Markham, 3h 4 0 1 0
llardee.tp 4 13 0
Drelcr, Hi 4 0 0 0
Raphael, c 4 0 0 0
Mclntjre, rf 3 1
Kuulll. 2h 4 1 1 t
went In und inado two rum Just In tho
nick of time, winning them the gain',
Chllllpgworth was safo on a blnglo '" walker cf 4
uiiru, AKiina vnxa up anu torceu iicnry wi, .
. . . .', . , . Ilrlto, c 3
out at second; Akana stolo second, ,,, ,
,, ,, ..... . Kealoba, p 3
fllJ.1. lYfllinn ..I.I.A.1 ..... n ..Inn ..nn nnrl
swatted It out for two bases, sending
Akana home. Notley was then out on
a fly to Joy. Walker came up and
sent Franco home with n long drive
to centcrllcld. Thby won the gumo by
3 to 2.
The second game proved to bo a
uanuy. aiiko iiaruea was not in ni,jiuns
regular pitching vein, und he handed jia hits
nut free transportation to first freely
during tho game. Ho was In danger
many times, und tho Portuguese nine
has no excuso 'for not scoring mora
runs off blm.
The Hawalls were to hat first. Aft
er tvvti men had gone, Dcha reached
llrst on u blngle to third, stole second
nnd third, and Just think of It! even
stealing homo and then safe at that.
This was the only score.
In the second there was some heavy
hitting Tho Hawalls scored another
run In their half. Mike Hardee sent
thn sphero to deep center und turned
It Into n three-bagger. He soon came
I ("ne on Ureter's hit to short. During
this Inning Soaris retired wltM a split
I a ixl and Joseph took hh place he
Unit tho but. The P. A. Cs. netted
three runs In the Second Deponto
went to llrst on dead ball, I'llzer lay
clown a pretty bunt and Hardee tried
to get DepoHo ut second, but threw
wild and the runner scored while Fll
zer went to third Lino sent Fllzer
homo on a bit to left field. Lino stole
second and third and then the walking
procession began. Joseph was banded
a pass to first. Hardee hid another
pass to get rid toft and Kreltat f kept
bis eyes open for It und was also given
frco transportation ito llrst cushion.
Bases wcro full when Souza came up
nm brought, I.lno homo 'on a hit to
short lu II liases again. Bushnell was
nut nn Infield fly and Ornellas fanned.
Three runs, twy hllij
The third Inning was nil Souza's, he
picking up three hot ones on A)uu,
IDcshu nnd Markham and retiring them
Out of Tight Hole.
Tho Hawalls uiveil themselves In tho
third, when the P, A. Cs. had full buses
and noun gone. !ponlu was safo on
u hit past third, and advanced to sec
ond uti Madeira's walk. Filler bunted
und everybody advanced Full bases,
no nuts. Lino fulled to find Mike's
smokeless shots, and fanned. Joseph
could pot do any better nnd bo was
sent ' to tho bench by the strlko-out
route. Toes Depot, to., wbo bud waited
so long: on third cushion to, bo sent
luiiiui, lust taltbyin waiting nnd tried
to steal lioinr, hut was out
In tho fourth ttio P. A. Cs. bcoreil one,
Frollus doliijf tho trick, the score then
being 4 -J. '
In1 tho fifth ths lliiwnlls senreil nnn
run This time It was Ayau who crosj-
ed the pl.ilo eft MHrkbam's hit In cen
ter. The )' A. Ck. ulso added another
run, Joseph coming homo on a wild
throw to third by Hardee. Scoro, G-3,
Tho Hawalls .ended the scoring of
the day In tho seventh. Mclntvre. was
out on a lsint, Kualll made a two
bugger, Bill Rico was out on a hit to
first; Kuulll to third and homo on tho
blnglo of Ajnu to third. There was no
more scoring by either sld after' tho
seventh, und the P, A. Cs. wcro via-
Totals 34 4 8 1 24 12 4
P. A. C.
Souza, 3b ..
Fllzer. lb ..
Linn, '2b ..,
Snares, e . .
Joseph, a ,.
Freltas, p . ,
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GOOD RACE AT
Big Crowd to Turn Out to Sec
Men Run Relay Team
Drcler out, hit by batted' ball.
Runs 1 1 O'O 1
Base bits 0 2 0 1
P. A C.
Huns 0 3 0 11
Base hits ...,..1 2 2 0 0
Tlirea.liase hit, Hardee;
bit, Kunlll; sucrlflco hits, Bushnell, Mc
Inlre; left on liases," Hawalls S, P. A.
('. 9; first base on errors, Hawalls 3,
P. A. C. 2; bit by pitcher, Deponto;
struck nut, by Freltns 0, Hurdeo 7;
buses mi called balls, off .Froltas 2,
Hardco 7; passed ball, Raphael. Um
pires, Joy uud Chllllngworth; scorer.
T. Ruposo; time ut game; 1 hour
Joseph Welch, aged 67, tho father1 of
I Ineteen, was drowned by tie capsizing
otu boat. at .South Bccvylck. Mo.
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Thla being Labor Day the sport
fano will have much to cee In tbut
Hoc. One of the most attractive sport
ing events of (ha day U the team mile
relay race, which is to be pulled all
at the Athletic OPark about 4:30
All tho runners are In perfect con
dition and are rendy to givo tho pub
lic their moneys worth (which Is very
8ioall) this afternoon.
The local relay team, headed by
'Soldier King," is confident of win
nlng tho raco from Jlmmlo Fltzger
aid. Schnrscb Is In excellent condl
lion and If Fitzgerald over tries (o
get n lead on him he will surely go
to no success, as tho Hawaiian lad
bus come back again and tan hold
His nwn for his sliuro of tho race,
which Is two und one-half miles.
Tho llnc-np nf the local team us It
now stands Is that SchurKc.li runs llrst,
then Jncksnu and King finish up tho
last legs nf thn Journey, This sueum
to bo thn best plan us Fit 7 co raid will
not bo as fresh when ho meets poor
Jackson and so may not r,nln so much
on him us If ho started out witli Jack
son fresh, ho certainly would muku 11
big gain nn him. Whulovcr way they
run Fitzgerald has his program laid
nut uud he promises the public ho
will go for nil lioJs worth during tho
Kvorybody agrees that If Fitzger
ald can havo u lap to spare when ho
meets King bo will have lltllo fear of
The rate has certainly drawn a
great deal of Interest and a great
amount of money was put up this
morning, the bets being 10 to 8 In
favor of tho rcluy team .
In Sclinrch, Fitzgerald comes out
and states that ho has a hard man to
start with but claims that he cun not
gain much on liltn. Nigel Jackson,
who is named to tackle Fitzgerald
during the second part of the Ave
miles, Is the weakest man on tho
team und u great ileal of tho success
of tho local team In winning tho rnco
inle is expected to lead if bo does any
Fitzgerald Is in tho pink of condi
tion Ho said, "This Is going to be a
great ruco uud tho public will cer
tainly Imvn 11 chuueo to see me run
"Whoever wins must work mighty
hard. I nm in lo win and If I loso In
tho rein) men all well and good. Jha
winner should uiuko the distance In
nbottt r8 minutes."
There will be nfprellmlnary (o the
ten-mlln relay race In tho chape of a
baseball gamo between -the Cavalry
and Chinese team. This should be a
rattling good game and there curcly
will bo plenty of excitement. Both
teams have been working hard and
are nut to tight to a ilnlsh on the dia
Tiio Chinese team will bo tho
strongest ever und which means prac
tically tho same, nlno which bucked
tho Kclos. Both teams have defeated
tho Kclos, which goes to show that
they are built of good material.
Tho crowd Is expected lo he a largo
one and lliobo who stay nna will miss
n good afternoon's sport.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Knn Yen seemed lo have too much
vacation on Maul, as ho did not play
bh usual good game cslerday. He
failed to connect three times during
In the third Inning r the Hawaii
P. A. C!. giinin Frellns hud It In for
ltlco when he ciuno lo bat and tried to
strlko him out but fulled, .walking
hint; then ho tried to nub Bill at flrfit
and nt lust throw wild, Rico going to
second, and ovon then Freltus trlod
to catch him ofT tho bag but flnnlly
hud In glvo It up. Illce certainly had
Freltns going some for a while.
Walker of tho J. A. Cs was'ceen
In tho. gamo yestorday after having
been nailed to tho bench for some
time. He did somo good batting yrc
terday, netting three hits while foul
times nt bat. Joy was also seen out
In loft field for tho Stars. Ho plajud
bis position Vi'oll.
Manager Marcalllno was well
pleased with tho fight his team put
up against the .1 A Cs. ddterd,iv, al
though tho team did not win still It
mado tho Nipponese, sit up and take
depends on blm, us 11 Is vvhoro Jim- ,. ,ContInuod on Paao 10);