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CVtNINS ULLtTIH, HMMUUUbT. ,'M0N9AY, OCT. 16, 1111.
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Baserunner's Mistake In Four
teenth Inning Robs Team
1 of Great Victory.'
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8TANDINQ OF OAHU LEAGUE.
P. A. C.
J. A. C.
. LEAD.? HI .SOCCER
' SERIES AT KAM
"Color" Matches Prove Draw
ing Card and,Crowd Turns
In a lightning fasi same or soccer on
the Knin grounds Saturday nflernouri,
between the first trains of the White
and Hed .combination, the former
eleven came through with the long end
of a 4 to 2 score. Thin keeps thu Whiten
In the lead of the race for champion
ship honor. Hail the tied won, tho
two club would have been tied for
The color aerie, a It Is called, la at-
MANOA CUP WON
OY ANGUS II
Finishes Nine Strokes In Front
of Field For Scratch
Oenrgo Angus won the Hanoi C,"ti
for the third surcesslvn time Kuniluy,
when he finished the 30 holes of medal
M0 trading considerable attention, not only P' Q.ver thu Country Club coursi.' nine
In the ICamehatneha Kchoola, but stroke uhead of the field. With ho
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ffi THE FORMAT iSS
One bit of bonehead baaeball robbed
tho Blur of n. groat victory over the
Hawaii yesterday afternoon,, and end
m1 a 14-lunlng ,gani wltli a tie acore
When It. became too dark to follow the
flight ,of the (mil. Overanxlety canned
the allp-up, but It was pone me less
Inexcusable, and the Star rooter fled
out! of the park In tho, rapidly-closing
darkness a sorrowful crowd, ot mourn
It happened In the last halt of the
fourteenth, after twelve tucceaalve
gooao--rgs had, been hung up on the
Bturs' "aide of the aeoreboard to eight
for tbe'llawall. The Star' were at
bat, itnd with ,ono rriun gone had man-
uged to anchor u man on third, and one
on. second. lioopll caiue up. and lined
out a. IpUK. twisting fly to deep center,
among a number or aport-foving towns
folk, aa well. Tha Whites, Red and
tlttw.H n.nti tini'a ll,rM Imi.. In tli
field,, and, sevrral matches are played ""," ""
The teams were a follows:
Whites J.. Kauai, a llusaey, Kalel-
alll, U. Manoha, Mitchell, forwarda; H.
Brandt, K. Noah captain), K. Chong,
p. Bush, back:, KeatUiuil, goal
BIG PITCHERS FOR
Has Quartet of Giant Right
Handers for, Next Season;
Delhi a Marvel,
LARGE ENTRY LIST
Tennis Men Will Be Kept Busyj
uunnfj Remainder oi
exception of tho second, nine - ot the
morning play, Angus' pirt upra good
Ills win wus, boyi
deserved and popular.
, The event, wu robbed of conldcrnblojCrnwfonl from lnaklnK one mi
Interest by the noii.iipiearnnc of Tom nuiplo of tho kind of work H
uui, who was. low man in tne uanry
lilt! round the week before and was
Conceded the Inside chance for llrml
honors, iGlll wasn't on hand at 10
o'clock, when the pulrlngs were made.
nods W, Walaleale, Makannnl, ft.
nodrrov (oeDtalal. J. IKaulhsna. J. Ka
ma, forwarda; J. Kauai, a. fiertelmann, "" iu not ahow up an day. in any
C. Hoseo, J. Paueluai K. Hrpa. back; vnt It la .probable that Angus would
O. LUJan. goal. jlinve given him a hord rub.
, X I The'winner, paired with (J. W. Wode-
! , house, started off with a nice 42,, hut
KAMPrlAVFrlA SPrinni S I on the second round ahowed a wild
UIU CUflUIIUJf! TPIaM.'c'ncs off the tee and on hi long game
through the fair green that landed hint
n-i.- ..i.. ...imm. .h h.n ,m In all sort' of trouble. A 40 was. the
vnti,.m.h. noh,i. ,,.,4 in. ,tn. '"' h "utd do after negrftlotlng
In tho bifd light It seemed unlikely that 8B(lt.jay y carrying oft flrt honor "M",1,er dllllcult recoveries from the
for ho aecond time In the aquatic 1r"u- """ "",,wu """ m """
mee of the fjrammar School League.' troku better than B. O. Wilder for the
ilhny.li l,.nJv winners of the Int. morning rounas,
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At AH the Leading
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W. Deaha, could spear the boll, and It
certainly looked like a mire hit, but
evejt If It won caught, the man on third
wns practically sure to scoro on he
throw-In and ,wln Uio game. That be.
Ing the rase. Ah Tin should hay taken
a coinforUble seat xuii second, base and
rolled a cigarette, allowing Hayes, run.
nlng for Meyer on third, to come home.
Hut tho unexpected happened all round
the .diamond. Desha made a great run'
nlng catch, and with the aound of he
ball In 'his glove Haye was voff from
third. He'd have beaten the ball a
mile If It had .been thrown to ine
plate, but laetvad It was thrown .to,
second and Till was caught off the. bag,
completing tha double, and retiring, jb
The game wa a good on to watch,
the Star; two lonely tallies being
imtdo In the flrsCnnd.ttie Hawaii com
ing through with a brace In .the lxth,
Tho Stars got only five hit off Meyer,
but he was wauuiy ai lime sou ias-
ed a totabof seyen men. A Desha was
touched up' for eight, but cava, only
three biues on balls and Uruck out
eleA-en to" Mr'er'yJ eight.
in tne .nrsi game ot ine oouimu-
header the' Portuguese beat the Japan.
rap 4.,to Frcltaa!good ninglngwa
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tlal sieettng, the Kama themnelves were
dolling conditions were none too good
Charles Comlskey of the White S"X
may have tho prize giant rlglithandd
pitching quartet of the American
Ia-iibuo In 1912.
Willi Jihi flenz looking the part t a I
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,UI1I,(II, ,11 Iflltl, IV. 1'C-,1, f ... I
ji,ntiluln ll,..l.l,. llatl n.t.t toft llltllf '
Oie big pltclurH ftnnd Eddlu WuUh.l with the pruspect of having the'
head anil Hhoulders above nil the rest, nnm..a of nil th,i nrninliiont tvmiU nlav'
who has worked In fifty. three giunes era In limn, with the muwIU exception S
this seaon nnd may take n hand in ten 0f "uuiyv Hoth, on the, lift, entrlet
more. fr the H. O. Hull 1,'op tournament will
Jimmy Bcott la n worthy member of ,.OM, Bt 4:30 tmmm. nftcnioon. Ploy
(he iiunrtet. He has been traveling nt wm Mutt nn ,(1 ,. .ncHo j jri
..., t t. I.. .1... 1 . 1...1. ... .kn ....... .. ,
n wiuniiit fcun in mi- nn nun u, um etania courts tne toiumliig nriernoon.4,1
scheduled game. Ill perfurmancn In, Tim Hall I'm. I u l,n.ili-n. irm.ln'"'
holding the Detroit Tigers to nnq.cluin whlch must m won three time by thu'
4.1 . - wm t . m . ,.
lilt nnu prevenung jy t-oim nni nam , ,iycr n become his permanent".
fely Is n property. y. -:tIutiil unit A, 1 Caiitln' I'
nemi nan imve each scored one win. The same
been doing In recent guinea. He ha clnsilllcatlons that applied In the Cas
been a difficult pitcher for the heaviest tie Cup tournament ilnlahnl last week
hitting teoma to flolve. will be In force. Player who did not.
Klame Delhi, the giant recruit pitch- appear on the courts during the lakt
er from, the Lo Angelea club, in tho competition will be handicapped fter
Pacific Coast League, complete tne the entrle close.
quartet of rjcht-hander who.lcM.k the After the llnll Cup Is divided, the
Wnll Cup will l" -played for afllere
tunln. This la n club affair, and will
I l,M fllilil.'.l VI,,,' n lllll.ll..ll IS HI. U VII
the tennis calendar for the last of the
week. Knlrles for this event close nt
K. O. Hall & Ron's Wednesday,'! and.)'
Hint has attracted attention all over the play In both Mnulfb. double and mlxed'
United Blates Is his record for tho doutles at.irts RU unlay. ,i,'
number of pitched balla In n nine-in-1
nlng game. He yon n game on seven
ty-nlne pitched balls.
part of a winning rotation stuff to hurl
ngalnst certain clubs that love Houth-
pnw an much.. Delhi -has' mode rec
ords enough already to stamp him as
a, great pitcher. He should succeed In
Delhi's greatest achievement and ono
dubltus abaut.thelr ability to repeat, ! V"1"'"'!'' iron hTf,et0 Mowing dur-
n '' '. '. . . Uttr IIim nrt.rnnnn nml showers fnllln
win was inererora -- - :,-
t rreiiucnt interval tnruugiioiii. me
Tm foUpwag were the scores:
Ka jnehameha )'. 23
St. Louis , ,,... 9
Central .Qrammar .'... C
m m n n , uttumumnu
day. Angus 84 In .the afternoon
the best, score of the day.
'Following are the returns:
George Angu 8
Prank Halateud '
O. W. Wodehouse
Bouxa.i 3h ..
Rege, cf ...
Deponle, If .
Lino. 2b ...
Joseph, o .,
Frelta p .,
AB R BH SB PO A E ;8. a. Wilder
....4t.r 2.1(0 Z 0 J John- Evan ..
lu,it .vLfil Ci- ti.A Orelg rt-.
y a w,".J. jr. renwic
0 C. P. Morse
0 V. W. Klebahn ...
0 H. Sinclair 110
0 J. J. Uelser' .US
0 Prank Armstrong ..... 93
The acores follow
Frleliell,ilf , 4
ChltlliiKWOrth, tn ,,4
Akuna. lb ..,......
KraiK'P, 2h ,.,.....
Walker, "cf ..'.,'. ..'.4
Brlto. c ..f..i....4
Boas, 3b -j -4
Zerbe, rf 3
' Total. .i 34
Total 28 4, 2 27 14 1
J. A. C.
Run .1 1 0000010 02
Base hit 3 10 10 0 2 0 07
P. A. C.
Base hit ....
Two-base hlta, Ornellaa, Walker
Freltaa, Roas; aortAce hit. Joseph
iicti on oases, 1-. a. -. a, J, . w.
.. - .- .1
nrai utae on error, r. a. ;. z j, a.
I; ,doUe playa, Akana unanlated,
OhllUnawnrtli to Franco to' Akana; hit
by plteter. Pedro: struck put, by Fre-
2 -7' 0 24 14 6
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I .ksgijM : of GtmL
Two cotort-f rr um:
M Hall. L
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fan Saturday. Novvniliar 4, thoV':-5
Yoiiiik Men' lnstltiitii will give at ,
ttAltnflt rutunAet nn.l j1itrn lit f lii IV V
A mel'tlng 'of the llenlanl football of IV UtiH. he proceeil of h:hiio will
learn vail held ut the boathouse on be given to Uio orplmnum- ul KalllU
u,iln. mnriilni nml th, folliiwlni? of-(vallev. ChrlttHllltK Ift riiinllitf mid tin, I n- '
fleers wero elected for the coming ea- ' Btltule takes Ihl tnelhod ,vf Betttlic'lu J.'
J, II. Walker, captain; Oeorge II. a supply of ready cli Ui'lm used tor4
piiriataea like that stated ab.ive, ,A.
Christmas iree Is" one of tha features r
In view. . lH
Ticket for tho c6ncriri and donee,;
can be procured.frnm iiionilwrn ot tha''
lnollliiln nna ilrill'te n.lmllllnv' lailtf
There will be a mealing of tna men. onJ Keneinan ,t .,j
of Otatrol Unloq church tonight at 8 . a
0dhtA3 I'm att a , TVehstal kiaafe Vt a 1
.; .,.,.,......,. uuu . ... The courta nre to determine whether
pur)oae of plannlug for the Laymen a I aelmitu p0Kt saving bunks ar
Missionary coiivonuon nnu ior me e- subject to attachmeiita or other legal,
HEALANI CLUB ELECTS
McKtnlay, vice-captain, and C, A.
Broderlrk, ecretur. .Practise 'will
coinmeuce, tonight, at Atkinson Pork,
a.nd a bulich pt llealanl will be-out:
lection of tboae who are to attend It. processes.
IUis 4, MndelrosJ; baaeson called balla,
off Frelyis o, .JMedalro 3. Umpire,
Desha gad Joy;,,aoorr W. T. Rnposo;
'Ime of.aame, 1 hourlJ mtaut. ,
, h HAWAII.
BIcc U ; ,,..s4jjvi 430
W. Deaha. cf .10 118 10
D. Deh,'rf 2' 0 3 .1 0,0
Marl?hani;ilb .,,.'5 I t 1 1 ( 1
Kualll, lb' ....'...., 0 2 0 16 0 2
Hamauku.,1 b .... 0 10 10 0
Raphael, q, ....,..,. 004910
A. Desha, ,.,....2 0 0 10 7 0
Ayau. a 8' 0 0 ' ' t 0
ToUI,.i.....41-2 E 5 42 19 3
Millar, 24 it,,,
Meyer, p .,,...,
lioopll. rf ....
Joy, cf ...(...,
l Tin, itL ;. ,..
Kan, .Yen, , .,
Ah Toon, ol, . .
little qf ws
f t " " -
l rr iajr II III .
'it.ftt --i-lliL.v'L vt" '" l " w a! H IT LLlID
Total. 50 2 14 42 20
Run ,...30000000000000 2
Haae hit ,'vl 00101 10)0 1002 g
Two-base 'h.lti lioopll, Kualll 2',
Hayes, Ah Ton; aacridce hit, W. De
aha 2, D. Desha, Miller, All Toon; )eft
on bases, Hawaii! 8, Stars' 13; Brit base
nn errors, Huwalla 3, star 3; double
playa. Miller to Tin, W, Deaha to 'Ayau;
hlt.by i4l(-fier, BllkT, Ka.q yen; struck
A, Desha 11; base on
Meyer 7, Deaha 3; wild
passed ball, Raphael.
Umpire, Chlllligworth and nushnell; I
scorer,, y, T. lBipoto; time of, game, 2'
a. ... I
Drt . Hi1"1'!
e who's a busy little newsie is the tight 1
e to win.
But don't think that you are the only little newsie
in contest and tfwt t vi be "dead easy." And
don't work 'yourself into an idea you can not win one of
the prizes.' vure you can win. Corral evry vote that
comes your way,,. ,. " ,,?
Remember that if you should not be a winner of
tHe firsf prizes, there are valuable 'prizes for. the
THIS CONTEST CLOSES FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 22
FIVE 'MAJOR PRIZED ,.,?
, Mnj , i -,.., i , i,
outt by Meyer 8
cBueq uaiis, ur
hours, 10 mlouti
1st Round Trip to the
Voloano er its equi
valeatt in oasH'
Slid Gold Watch or its
- - equivalent in cash
3rd Silver Watch or its
4th 925 Dry Goods order
5th 925 Grocery order
And a New Suit of Clothes,,
for every hoy who
comes near to the
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