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THE P. A. C. NINE BECOMES
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The Hawaiis Take a Tumble a t the Hands of the Stars and
J. A. Cs. See Their Finish I n Seventh Inning to the Portu
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The lopnnlchcrs nf hist series be
come ttiQ lalleniicrs him', unci tho tails
enders ot.tlic first series becomo the
topnotchcrs of tho second half of tho
race! Whht do utt know nhout that?
Down nt thd Athletic Park Jester-
tiny afternoon, before tho largest crowd
of t-nll finih lint ecr gathered thcro
Klnco tho Japanese boycott began, two
good bnll games wcro ptnjcd, the sec
ond of which turned out In bo H buttlo
rn) ill (rum start to ilnlsh. And the funs
wcro certain!) Kept on iiio go from
tho flrsl. Tho rooting was some-
what extra jesterday, and Affoiiso,
after being stopped from coaching
from tho hcnk.li, went along to the
thlril-lwso bleachers and lend a band
of rootbrs for the I. A C nine.
Tho llrst gntno darted to bo a free
for-nll game, but after tho nftli Inning
was renrhed tho Mnrs got down to
work und plnved lino ball. i
Two new faces! were seen In the box
In the drift match, and It was Aleq
Deihn for Iho Ilawnlls and Kan Yen
as Ills opponent. Itoth bojs pitched
good liall, although they lacked hend-
In 'tho (lrit gnmo tho Slam pulled
themselves out of n holo In the seventh
Inning, winning tho gntno right there
to ,tlieluiio..or. 4.3. The nntlo sons
are now tallendrs, and Mnrcalllno
woreVsnmo extra broad smiles yester
'day nrternoon. His lenm hns been
after the Hawaii since the series be
gin .and nlasl they got hold of them.
Tfc Hawaii has won only ono grtme
lbjc, series, lind that was from the
har( some llmo ago. ,
Alec ,Deslm pulled off a seniiatlon.il
r.tlint In tho sixth, when tho Stnm
bad lioopll on third and Joy tagged
at tho second cushion with nono gone
It looked like a suro score and should
have been, but Alec let looso somo of
his fulnolis Hllo curves and fanned tho
next threo men while lioopll died nt
third. Aau, ns usual, made somo nice
running entel cs nnd assisted In a few
Tho second match of tho nflernonn
was tho drawing card, nnd everybodj
knew It was going to be n light con
test The P. A. C. nine turned out
winners after putting, Up a hard light.
iTeitas. who pitcheil for tho Portu
guese, held Ids opponents down pretty
well, nnd hli support was grent. Tho
P. A. Cs mndo somo timely lilts dur
Ing tho tnntcll It was a, great game,
undthe liest team won, although they
wero proiey cciuy nuicneil As tho
gnmo won a wiluablo dno -to win, both
nines did ull they could, and both
Km I. co and Lino did tho worst thby
could during ono sthgo of tho gumc,
each throning wild and allowing a run
The P. A Cs. arc to bo congratulated
on their good work, nnd It Is hoped
Hint they carry off tho second aeries,
Tho Hlnrs and Ilnwatls started scor
ing In their Initial Inning mil Rico
mado ono for tho Hawaii aggregation,
and L Tin und Sumner did tho trick
for tho Stnrs ,
In tho third tho Ilawnlls had full
bases and Kan Yen threw wild to
third to nab Rice, who romped home.
Anu got to third and then Markham
initio up and did tho usual Hawaii
stunt btinti d und Aynu camn homo.
Tho only excitement during tho next
few Inulngn was when Mitr'.alllno
Iwntod and Desln nnd ho raced ono
for tho ball and tho other for the base.
"Mars" won out, and even stole see
ond Ceo! It was ti pretty slldo ho
Tho seventh was In f.nor of tho
Stars, who began to shlno ery bright
ly. Tho gnmo was wan In thl In
nlng Mnrcalllno renchtd llrst Bufcly
on a blnglo to second, and Knn Yen
sacrlllcei! htm to second U Tin wnH
out on a II) to Kunlll Sumner came
up and got fleo transportation. lioo
pll T'nlkiM tn the plute with his heavy
bat tlnd picked out a nice curve. Which
he sent to the rhcht-lkld fence, land
ing Mnrcalllno, while Sumner went on
In third and vviib roon after sent homo
by Joj's hit to center lioopll was
caught off third. Threo outj score 4-3
In favor nf blurs Thcru wns nuthlng
doing after that.
Tho second initili was u dnndy and
through tho gumc to keep cverjbnity
wldo nwuke. Tho P. A Cs. received
good support from tho hlcichcrs nnd
plnjrd all tho better n111' the help of
In tho first Inning Franco wns de
rldeel for muffling Soma's easy pop
fly, although Mcdelros made up for the
error by catching Bouxa asleep off first
In tho second both teams cama In for
doublo p1a)s, which were well worked
up Thcro wns joino uasenui to mo
It was In thn t'drel spasm Hint Iho
excitement began, when Frcltiis wns
on first and Soura sent a diiulj to
right ifclel, whllo Prcltas Jnurnesed on
tn third IJushnell retired the P A,
Cs. however, when he sent u liner to
franco. Who wns Just ivnltlng for It,
In ihc firth Notley rompeil homo on
n wllel throw of I.tno lo ttrst Ho could
have rolled the nail nnd still be In
lima to get Kcnloha, 'but he was In
such a, hurry that tho ball went wild
Irnnco enmo In for his blunder In
tho following Inning, when, nftei
liushnell had reached third, he tried to
nab him, hut a I no threw wild and
liushnell came trotting home. This tied
tho score. Iho P. A Cs, thus en
couraged, came back In tho lucky
seventh and piled tip two runs, win
nlng tho game. Fllxer fanned; Lino
tt SPORT CALENDAR.
tt If Managers of baseball and oth
tt or athletic teams would notify the
II B u 1 le 1 1 n of tho dates of pro
it posed matchos so that such In
tt formation could be placed In tho
tt sport calendar It would be con-
n sldered a favor. Address all com-
tt munlcatlons to Sporting Editor,
tt Bulletin Office.
tt Saturday, Sept. 16.
tt Regatta Dny Sports In Horio-
tt lulu Ilnrbor.
tt Traflk H6rso Races at Kaplo-
Five Mile Race King va.
ecrntil at Athletic I'nrk.
Sunday, Sept, 17.
Baseball Stars vs. I. A. C; Iln
wall vs. .1. A. C; at Athletic ti
Saturday. Sent. 30. ti
tt Track A.' A. U. Track Meet. it
a lilt to second No more scoring
thereafter, and tho P.'jA C. were tho
victors In n great grinlo by 4 lo 3.
Tho1 ofllclnl scores of both
Hawalja y. Star.
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Tho Junior giiiueH of the Oahu
League turned out to bo good, tho ilrst
match going tn the future champions
7-8 utter a closo ganic. Tho Muhocks
time after tlmo had a chanco to score.
but through lack of team work fulled
The Asahiit nro still In tho lend by
ganlo over tho Palnmas, but It
Is well understood that tho Pulamus
can bent tho Muhocks when they meet
In the postponed gntno next Sunda
Tho second match turned out to bo
n win for tho Palnmas bv 11-5 over tho
C A U. nine. Tho Chlneso plovers
walked and advnnccel on Joseph biinttjy tley wii pr,1(. surprlso elur
IYcltas beat out i bunt and Medelros K ,,, ncxt KPrc, ot (.r Ktnr
went up In Hie air and threw wild iPnJC l bo back from their uca
to third. Lino nrrlng home, Bushnell ,,,, lfn Ak u u lort- tll0 rocinr
sent Medelros homo on n hit to right UtMn M 0t on 11n,j, Tho suiiim tries
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Rnns ( i 2 0 2 0 0 0 l 17
Base hit 1 10000(10 02
Runs 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 6
UaVoMllfs"'.....';.2 0 0 0 1 0 t 3 18
Nlshi out bunting third sirlkc; two-
Rice, cf 3 2 0 10 1 0 tiaso hits, Sakaino, L Tin; sacrl-
Ayau, sa 4 110 3 2 lin.ee hits, Peterson. Ah Hook: left on
D Desha, If 4 0 110 0 D bases, AsahlB 11, Muhocks 7s flrsl baso
Markham, 3b 3 0 0 0 12 0 on errors. Asahls 7, MuhockH 4: double
....... . ....... ' . . .
iMinm, so ei o i t pnjs, T. Morljama to c. Morttnma,
Dreler. lb 1..4 0 1 0 II 0 0 Koiln fn Saknlno; hit by pitcher.
Wlnne. c ... 3 0 0 0 10 0 l'Arnkl. Noda. strtick out. by T Morl-
Mclntro, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jnln,i ; bases on called balls, off T.
A DcBhn, p 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 , Morhnma 2, C Morlyama 2. Xnvler 8;
I wild pilches', T. Morlnmn 3, C. Mori
Totals 30 1 3 2 24 10 3 yamn 1. Xavler 4: passed balls. Mil-
STARS raknml 2, Klores 2, Leong 2i Innings
ABRBHSBPOA 13 pitched, by T. Morljama B. C. Morl-
Knn Yen. p
U Tin. .lb ,
Joy, cf . s.
Plnttn, 2b .
Ah Toon, c
Totuls 30 5 8 4 27 16 10
Runs ..i t 0 ; 0 0 6 0 0 03
Bnso tills ...1....0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 03
i . STARS
6 4 'jama 4; hits, off T Morljamu 3, O.
3 2Morluma S: missed third Mrlke, Mti
0 I'rakaml, O Irfong. Umpire, II Chll-
0 0 llngworth; scorer, N. Jackson: tlmo of
0 0 game, 1 hour 23 minutes.
3 1 C. A. U. vi. Palamae.
10 C. A U
3 1 Runs 00010300 15
0 l Base' hits 0 0 0 2 12 2 2 211
Runs ,...0 0 1 B 0 0 2 .r 11
Basn hits .......o' O'l 3 i 0 1 1 7
Tiln Lo out crossing plato twice:
ttwo-base lilts, qtilntrl, Lcdwnrd, lloon
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Pail Ka Hana
sncrlhcn hits, I loon Chli-
ong 2, Phillips, Bnischt left on
bises, U. A. U. til Patatrtas'l; first
huso on errors, C A. U. 3, Pnlama Bj
lilt by pltcbei, r'crrelra, Joseph; struck
out, by Hong Chilp 4, Morse ; bases
on railed balls, off Hong Chup 8, Moriie
4; wild pitches, Hong Chup 2, Mnrsn
.$, nnrtMi .1 hulls TVrrMrn 3. A. Infill i
I-' " " "'
Runs 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 5
Baso hits 2 0 0 0 112 2 8
Sacrlllco hits, narkli.iin. Mclntyrc,
Kun Ten. Ah Toon: left 6n bases, Hli
walls 2, Stara 6; llrst base on errors,
Hawaiis C, Star 2; double plays, Kan
Yen to Platta to Tin, Aynu to Kualil,
Drier uhasslbted,' A. Desha to Mark
ham to Wlnne: struck out, by Desha missed thlrel strike. Fcrrclrn Umpire,
0. Knn Ven 1: bases on culfeel balls, ji. riillllngwcrth: scorer, N. Jackson;
off Desha B, Kan Yen 1; wild pitch, 'tlmo of game. 1 hour 38 minutes.
Desha; passrd bills, Wlnno 3. Um
pires, Busbnoll nnd Chllllngworth;
tlmo of game, 1 hour 22 minute.
J, A. Cs. v.. P. A. C.
J. A C.
AU R IIH HBPOAK
.4 0 0 0 0' 0
Akiinn, lb .
Franco, sh .
Wulker, cf .
Notley, rf ..
rirlto, o ..,.
There aro threo Hawaiian canoo
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Editor Affnnno led a band of root
ers along tho thlrd-haso side yc8tci,
lday, cheering for tho P. A. Cs. Ho
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Totals 30 1 B 0 24 IB 6
P. A C.
All II III! SB PO A K
Houtn, 3h .,
Orni Has, rf
Pedro, cf . .
Killer, lb ..
Lino. 2b ...
Joseph, c ..
I'reltus, p .
The Ilawnlls lmvo lost to tho J. A.
Cr , P. A. Cs. and cvon to tho Stars.
They must certainly bo out of luck
Totals 29 3
J A C.
Run 0 0 0
Daw hits 1 1 1
P. A. C.
Run 0 0 0
0 Sacrifice hit, lllzer; left bn bases,
0 J A C, 2, P. A C 7; first bote on
1 errors. J. A. C 1. P. A. C. 2; doublo
2 2 o'piais, Franco to Aknna, Soura to
0 8 OiBushnell to Filter; struck nut. by
Freltas 2, Mcdehou 0; buses on culled
G 1 27 18 1 1 balls, oft Freltas 0, Medelros 4: wild
plches, Medelros 1, Trcltus 1; passed
0 10 0 0 01 bull, Joseph. Umpires, Joy und Do
0 0 0 0 5 fclm: scorer. W. T. Inposo; tlmo ot
0 0 12 0 3
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