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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, SEPT. S, 1911.
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RELAY TEAM WINS RACE
Big Crowd Saw Two Good Sporting Events Pulled Off at
Athletic Park Fitzgerald Was Up Against Strong Team.
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Down nt the. Athletic Park yester
day afternoon mi unusually Ini'Ko
crowd Bothered nt tlio grounds to seo
two j-ood sportlnjr events.
A Imll name, preliminary to tlio ton
mile relay nice, wiii won liy the All
Chinese nlim from tln Fifth Cavalry
buy to the tllnii cit 2-1. Thci relay
race remlted In n victory fur tlio local
leiiin mc-r Jlmmlii Fitzgerald, the
ehnniplou flttecn-mllo runner.
It was n (Jninly rate, but Fitzgerald
wnH up uKnlnit a haril ptopultioniind
ho lost. Klntf ran a beautiful racu for
the winners. Jackson created 11 few
exeltlni; moment ilurlni; hit share of
the race. Seharsch Old not run so
well nit expected.
"AinuiiK I ho fan who gathered nt tlio
(ark were inuii-miillhliils, who want
ed to see the Chinese team In action,
11 ml they certainly wcro Interested 111
The rooting wns great, and 'there,
waa music In the air throimlimit the
game whllo the All-Chinese and CuV
ulry nines were lighting u clean bat
He on the diamond.
It was n good contest, and It was
anybody" game up to tliu last mo
ment, thi1 Chinese aggregation finally
winning 2 to V after one of tliu clean
est games seen lit tlio park. Until
teams wire on their toes from the
start, nnd the pitchers were busy
Minuting the Imri-ehUlo over the vkU-'
In the most puzzling way they could.
Until Apnu nnd Linear had no passes
to glvo out, so no duo was lit off ro
easy thlH time an to walk to first,
l.lngar, the l'lfth Horseman, pitched 'a
good game and got rid of llvo who
faced Mm at the ptato by tho strike
out route. Apau fanned four, nnd
once, when a man was on third, ho
put up a pretty pleco of work, llrlng
ilowii'lo tliTiTI In time to catch Frllcs
Bunt and Run.
Tho .fans were treated to somo lino
hunting nnd hnf.e-stcallng during tho
game, which wcro worked by tliu Chi
nese players, who found that l.lngar
was somewhat weak Ii fielding them.
Rn Sin? mado somo pretty slides to
llrst n beating out bunts, nnd 'reach
ed tho Initial station every time. I
Tin waH nnother player who got
nroiind tlio bases In flno tylc.
In tho very llrst Inning It looked
lis If tlm Celectlnls would score. Ah
Tin got to third nftcij two outs. Chi
llul ramu to bat, but what did he do
but Mrlko out.
It was In tho third that tho Chinese
netted their first run. Aynu did tho
trick. Ilo beat out a bunt nnd then
advanced to second on Rn Sue's bunt,
(dealing third while tho lntlcldcra
gathered In tii cntch Rn Sue's bunt
and finally arriving homo on n wild
throw. , ,
Ilrlles reached cond In tho fourth
and died there, and then It was not
until the. sixth Inning that anyone, got
there again. Tills time It was Rn Sue
Ho inudo somo pretty stealH during this
period and was npplnudtd. After Im
hnd reached third, Chi llul had an
other chanc of making good, but
lloth' tennis1 wcro favored In tliu
seenlh, each making a run. Asnm
wns sao o'n u bunt; Kan Yen sacri
ficed Ahiiiii to second, then ho Htoln
third mid home on Sing' Hong's lilt
Ferris went to first on a lilt over
Ki'coml, fliiynn was out on n lly to
short, May lilt to third and was ro.
tired, whllo Ferris got to second nnd
ciiino hoplo mi Hchoenfelder's lilt to
nmiter Ri'lwii.tireliliT htnle Meennil nnd I
got to third; on HchnelPs safe lilt to
short, Silmcnfcldcr had a chanco to
hcore, but was caught napping ut
Neither sldo scored during tho Inst
two Innings, and the Chinese nlnowna
once mora victorious, 2-1, nfter u lino
gnnic, Tills Is the second tjmu tho
Chjneso liavo won from tho cavalry
men, and by tho muwi score.
Tho Main Event.
The put in event of the afternoon
was A ten-inlhi r.ico between Fitzger
ald iigahut King, Scharscli and Jack
miii, 'tlio tatltr two running two mid
one. half nilliM each, whllo King ran
live. The relay team priced' to bo
too strong for FlUgornld, and' won
after the cliaiiipluii liad given tlio
trg u hard lace.
m ' 'aaaaw.
8 SPORT CALENDAR. 8
8 Sunday, Sept. 3. 8
8 Stars vs. .1. A. C; Hawaii vs. P. 8
8 A- C; nt Athletic I'ark. 8
8 Monday, 8ept. 4. 8
8 Relay Rnco Ten Miles: Fill!- 8
8 Rernlil against Jackson, King, 8
8 Hclinrsli, nt Athletic l'.irk. 8
8 Rascliall All Clilneso vs. Cavalry 8
8 at Athletic l'ark. 8
8 Sunday, Sept. 10. 8
8 RascbnU Stnrs vs. Hawaii; P. 8
8 A. C. vs. .1. A. C; at Athletic 8
8 Park. 8
8 Mohawks vs. Asalils; C. A. V. 8
8 vs. Pajamas; at Athletic Park. 8
8 Saturday, Sept. 30. 8
8 Track A. A. U. Track Meet. 8
8888888 8 888888888
STANDING OF THE
THREE BIG LEAGUES
Philadelphia 77 42
Detroit 74 A
Illusion !2 57
Now York 03 r.'J
Chicago 01 CO
Cle eland' .. SU CO
Washington CI 70
st i.ouis 35 sr,
Who Was Beaten in Ten-Mile
Relay Race Yesterday.
Nc York 72
St. Units CI
Pacifio Coait League.
... 71 Ct
8 8 8
Fitzgerald and Scharscli wiro tho
llrst to start, and right at tliu outsit
Jlmmlii took tho lend nnd Increased It
right along till tho llrst m-iu was ' "rl
throuKh; ho bad n lead of a quarter j""
of a lap ut that lime, Jacl.you timk!'
tho next two and u Inlf miles, nn'd lio,1"1
certainly went some for a while. He ' 'jcr
Hindu up for Scharscn's loss and kept'
mi with Plt7!!crnld for some time, butl
llnully tho Canadlun let go nnd lapped KAHUKUS WIN EASY
Jackson aftcrrJi;iiriB- four iiiidronr-
half nillo. He tlieu gained nnother
liiarter of a lap Vm. him, when King
came UP for the last leg of tho Jour
ney. t King made up the iinrUr In
the llrst lap unil then stnjcd with his
man for a while.
In tho seventh mile King made 11,1
the full distance that was lost and
slnye.1 behind Jlnunlo till the eighth J Ul() m)(1 wth,,reWi tllo ,,, nl
wns reached; th-n ho ftnrted out to ))nt n( 8tan,11R ,s.2 n fuVor of tho
GAME ON HOME' GROUNDS
Down nt Kiihukii Sundny a bull gumo
lietweeu tllo ICilliuku and the Aowa
nines reMiilled In a win for the former
team by a big margin. It, wns a rail
story to tell, and In tho eighth Inning
1 the Aowa hunch was so" sad over tho
n'oru which faced It that It threw up
lend. In tho last lap of thn tenth
King made n sprint nnd lapped Fitz
gerald, winning tho raco In &9:0G.
Jlnunlo Fltzxerald cuveri'd tho ills
tnnco In 1:0:18 1-1!.
Schnrsch ran his two nnd one-half
miles In 11:10, anil Jnckson went slow
er, making tho time of 1G:49 for tho
Ily miles the tlmo was:
ritzgerahl 6:11. 11-01, 1C:C0, 22:48.
28:40 1-2. 35, 11:223-5. '47:61, 54:05,
Relay ttam 6:10 1-2, 11:12. 10:51 1-2,
23:20, 30:05, 35:10, 41:23 1-6, 47:54 2-6,
63:30, 60; 00.
Moses was In tho box for tho win
ners, and ho had his opponents guess
ing right niong. Frank Zerbo was be
hind tho bat and held down the posi
Tho lineup of tho winning tenm was
as follows: Mlngucl, ss.; Moses .p.;
lonn, cf.: Joe. cf.; Jules, 2b.; M. Rod
rlgues, lb. j .erhe, c; Jakes, lf.j Jen
son, 3b.; M. Slhn, rf.
Score by Innings:
Kahukus C 0 119 0 1 018
Aowas 0 010100 02
ULLBTIN DH aV-
"SOLDIER" KING CHALLENGES
FITZGERALD TD FIVE-MILE RACE
"Soldkr" King, the gnmo little Irish
man whoso niniiliig was ono of tho
features of ypslcri'.ty'f. pursuit rnco,
this morning Issued n challenge to
Jimmy Fitzgerald, tho Canadian, for a
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REWCO Rft WHISKEY
At AH the Leading Saloons
tlve-nillo match race, anil believes that
he. will be nhlu to lower the Canadian
runnrr'i colora In n scratch contest,
"Tho statement that FltzKernld mailu
live mllex In tho race fueter than
made llvo mllea In not true." said Klnu
IIiIh mornlnc "anil n comparison of tlio
time will show It. I wn In tho best
form of my llfo yesterday, ami felt
much better In every way than I did
when FltzKernld and I met before,
"I am now ready to meet Fltstgernld
In n scratch race, ami will challentto
him to n flvu-mllo rnco to bo pulled oft
un tho 8lxtnth of thin month."
Scharsi-h Is a posslblo entry for this
rnco also, If tho contest Is pulled off,
tt a a
There waa a hlc turnout nt the Park
Theater last nlKht to tho St. I.oul
beiiellt show, Tho boys expect to seo
a full hmiso for thn nuxt two nlclits,
Knal's musicians mado a lilt last night
with the crowd.
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Tho lineup nnd scorn of tho ball
Kame, which wns kept by Scour 1U
piiso, werons follows:
fjaBJ-BULLETIN ADS PAY-qajaj
Waakly Rallatla ft r raar.
V.n Sun, cf 3 0
U Tin, 3b 4 , 0
Aknua, 3b 1 0
Chi llul, o 1 0
Asam, 3l 1 1
Kan Yen, if :i o
139 Merchant Street
Slim Hum,, rf
Apau, 1 3 0
Ayau, bs 3 1
May. rf 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
S lio.nfebl. r, If ,.3 0 1 1 2 0 0
Sclmell, II 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Smllll, lb ..., 3 0 1 1.12 071
1. lunar, 3 0 0 0 0 4 0
Totals 32 2 S 5 27 10 0
All RRII All PO A n
Wlillcrs, 21) 4 0 10 0 2 0
Williams, nn 4 0 0 0 0 3 0
Ilrlles, cf 4 0 .1 2 2 0 I)
Ferris, 3b 4, 1 1 U 1 2 0
Uuvaii. u 4 0 0 0 7 10
Tutnls 32 1 7 4 27 12 1
Runt .. 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 j
llaso hits 1 110 112 1 0 f
Runt -. .0 0 0 0 00 1 0 0
llaso liltfl I'O 1 1 0 0 3 11
Sacrlflco lilts. 13n Sue, K.111 Yeii
Mayj left on Ii-isb, Chlnei.rt J.. i'iv.
airy 5; double nl.iy, r.uv.111 to fJoiflh
struck out, by Ap-in t. Llurir fs I'liif
pi res, ChllllliRworlli inul llushinll
tlmo of inime 1 l.oiir 27 mluulen
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