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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 6, 1912.
Bulletin's Page of Sports
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OPENING OF BALL SEASON SHOWS
57 VARIETIES OF NATIONAL GAME
Hawaiis Grab Off First Game in the Ninth Innintj After J. A.
C. Crowd Have It Wrapped Up to Take Home Asahis
and Stars Go Through Nine-Act Comedy to the Huge
Delight' of the Fans First Day of Senior League Play .
I runs 1 Tower. ",, lrHl n up, lilt
I mill 111t to neuim. 011 th
! AMATEUR TARS FIND
LIFE ON THE OCEAN
WAVE TOO MONOTONOUS
BALLAD FOR THE INDOOR TARS.
You inny Iny nluft, where the sea gulls
I And the fleecy clouds tnenmler,
Hut, If oil please, I'll lake my utso
I On the yacht dub veniniln
The rnKiiiK foam t lo not fear
I Of iiiursc, 1 Inenn the form on heir
EVERYBODY'S DOIN' IT.
OAHU SENIOR LEAGUE.
P. W. L. Pet.
Hawaii! . . 110 1.000
Stars 110 1.000
P. A. C. . . . 0 0 0 .000
J. A. C 1 0 1 .000
Asahis 1 0 1 .000
Hawaus 11, J. A. C.
Stars 'J, Asahis 8.
Couldn't be better
That's what is being said about, the
lunch we are serving at noon and in
Try it. You know it is complimentary.
By LAURENCE REDINGTON.
The luHt hi !! st-uson opt netl isttr
eluv with a lumeily of errors, it boin
hiiiiliuent of Iiiih, liltn nnil harvest of
tnllU'H that nuiili the scorchook look
tike the score headlines of a Chinese
newspaper i:irthlng that eoulil
happen hi a hall game happened III
the hriue of exhlhlthniH piilltd on at
Athhtk Park vcstrduy iifterunon, anil
afdr ahout two hours of arleil cn
teitaliiinent the trend went awny with
the ft cling that It hail Kot Hh money's
worth, en If the hranil of hiiKehall
wasn't of the airtight arlety
'I he closer hetweiii the Stars anil
Asahis t'.irrUil the greater IntereHt of
the two. owing to the fait that It
uuikeil the Initial appearance of the.
Iiittir team hi Senior League com
pany All the faiiH wire anxious to
m'i' how the Japanese stucked up with
the ntlii r teams, uml the lilic JapaiieHe
turn-out shown) that with the uilve lit
of the Asahis In the leaKue the Japan
ese hojiott has hi en llfte.il from Ath
letic Park to a iirtaln extent.
Neither the Asahis nor the Star
showed much diss Tlure weresomo
Kail InnliiKH for hoth teams, hut there
was lots of aitloii to the game anil
some reallj hrllll.int plays. The Jap
anese were fast as lightning on the
paths, anil showeil well In scooping up
fast on, s ami ret nve ring In t lino' to
ml went to seioml on the pttihcrs
error Whine fanneil, but .Murakami
ilroppiil the halt, anil thin hehl It so
long to hi ail on" the man on (hire that
his peg was hail, the hall going to
tin bleachers anil Wlnue going tu scc
oml, while Preiser scored Hi human
tin w a pass, ami thin two wild pitches
let Winner our lteee was soaked
with the ball uml so was Sunnier The
llrst baseman's error that gave Joy
life, follow eil by a passed hall, scored
Sihumnn and Heeve, and Kentnur
brought Harney In with u sharp single.
Prosser, up for the si mud (hue, got
another walk, and Wlnne imled the
aKony by striking out Total dam.iKe,
There was u deal of shift lug In the
A mi 111 ranks, Kojliuu taking Nisid's
place at lenter In the sixth, while the
MorlMimn brothers changed plums on
the mound and at right Held After
tln fatal seventh (' Morlyaiaa. the
deposid pllclur, donned the mask,
while Vnmashlro wmt Into the game
To die general surprise, the Asahis
took a brace uml In the last thrie In
nings mule live of the six runs nt til
ed to tlo the score. Two came In the
seventh, whin Yam.ishlro walked and
stole second, scoring on Scluunnn'H
trror Hint gave Noda life nfttr Su
kalno had bieu retlretl by the strike
out route Noda stole seiond, mid II
inlly siored on Kurlsnki'H hit to left
Two hits, a sacrlllce and an error
brought two more" runs for the Jap
am se In the eighth, and whin, In the
ninth, with only one gone. Kurisakl
wnlked, stole second, was inhumed a
base on the next out ami came home
on a passed ball. It looked for n mo
ment as though the Asahis wire gohc
lo turn itrtalu defeat Into an j'xtrtt-
Innlng game lluyashl lilt aif easy one
am the enptain of the rut lit
And it right good captain, too;
Though the ship may plUli and
waves roll high,
I'm never, never silk, are you''"
"What I never?" "Will, hardly evir
Different n.itloualltlis ripre-
sentcil In halldom Include Wag-
'" ner, (liruiau, Ijijnlc, lYenrh.
' Konetih, Pole, llodie, ltnllan,
Almeida, Cuban, Citllahmi.
Irish, Kevirold. .N'orwegl in,
Johnsoi Swede, Iteiuhr In-
' illiin, I'liril, I'aluidlali. .Matin iv -
son, Kent And then again
'v there's Mike. I'lnn wlo lnl
2 school" games
WITH DE MELLO
Captain Stroud of the yacht Hawaii
took the yncbt out on a tryont trip
vestenln nfleriinnii, nml the boat
worked beautifully The new ropes
needed n little strain to get the kinks
out, and the irew needed n trial to get
their sen Ugs on The jncht took ul
run to windward of nliout seven miles, I
then stood In for Diamond Head, and I
ran along the beach to the harbor I
Captain Stroud Invited several land
lubbers as well us members of the
club to take the trip, and the result I
vvos that a new club was formed as
soon as the jacht reached the swells '
It was called the Indoor Yacht Club,
and the constitution nnd by.laws con
sist of two words Never Again Wnl-
tir Dojle was one of the llrst to Join, j
hut was cpilckly followed by Chester,
Irwin, Itay Irwin, Jack Dojle. Ilnrry
Hriins, Mr 7.nne of San
P. W. L. Pet.
Punahou , 110 1.000
Kamehameho .21 1 .500
High ..1 0 1 .000
Two Important i lined games ale UP
for settlement this aftirnoon That
between Punahou and High, width Is
to be plavcd on Alexander I'leld Is it
regular league affair, while the melt
ing hetwttu Kain and St Louis Is of
hurdle less hmiiirtiiiii . tint the llrst
Kranilsco. I taeetlng of these two bums In tin-
Mr Hall, a newspaper man, Joined I special series arranged l the teams
early and stayed late The captain and In the trlsihnol ugrei ment with St
llrst nrtte were members for it little I.ouls The lattir school is nut In tin
while, hut as they refused to ublile i Intersiholastlc combination this veir.
h the bv -laws they were released The
yacht behaved splendidly Second Mate
rreihrkks has put her In tine condi
tion Kvery sheet and lialurd Is new
and the hrasswork and woodwork are
as bright and fresh as when she was
Is )our husband sticking to his res
oliitlon tu give up smoking?"
'Mercy, no! Haven I )ou noticed tlon of
make uutouts. hut thev were distinct
ly we.tk with the stick, us tho Klbbej's to Harnej Joj, howevir, unci the game
reconl of llfteen strlke-ouls showed, vvas ovtr
Bottled i Beer
Battled by th.
GONSALVES S. CO., LTD., Gueren Street
At their Bottling
for the latter had nothing special on
Ids deliver) On the other hand, the
Asahis uie an extrt niely hnrd crowd
to pitch to on account of their size,
or, rutin r, link' of It, and they drew
p.tssis freely It was either u walk or
it funning with most of the hattcrH
who faced Klhhey, the Japanese seem
ing loutent tt, stand up without strik
ing at the balls uml liuvo the decision
Sumner tho Slugger.
The game stnrted off with the llrst
twe Stars clean Inthld outs. Then
lluole Sumner lame ulong with n.
slashing double to left whlili he
I stretched for uiiother bast- with the
i help of a verj close decision
' Jo got a si rati h hit through the llrst
baseman's legs, uml the first run of
the game tamo home. '
The Asahis lame right hack with
.two tuns in the Ir opening session.
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Klbbi v provlut' about as wild us they
in.iki 'em lie walkid the llrst thrto
in, n that fated liliu, unit then, with
tin basis full, fanuiil Noda Arakl
in.uli a dash for' the plate while Kill
be) was winding up for what proved
the fourth hall to C. Morlyama The
pltth vvas low and Arakl slid In safe
ly T Motlyaiua strut k out uml a
pass to Kiirisnku forctd In another
run Nlshl struck out, making a total
of three "strlke-outs uml live walks for
in tin- llfth the Stars scortd two on
an irror, two hits nml it passed ball,
while the Asahis brought one. man
ovti on a lb bier's ihoice, two pur
lolutd sinks mid Prosstr's fumble This
tlitl the store with three runs each
Tho big blow-up came In tho sev
enth, whin the Stars went right round
their hutting list to the tune of six
Ninth Inning Win.
Pat llenrj Walker dropped an easy
My and the game at tho same time In
the tlli.il spasm of a sloppy Assloii be
tween the llitwalls nnd J, A. Ca. The
si ore was H to 7 In favor of the latter
te lit the llrst half of the ninth.
when the llawalls ciiino up for their
last chance Mclntyre, the llrst man
up. Mlid tu short Then Myers skied
a long one to right center, which Walk
er had to run to get under. He ar
rived In time, hut the ball bounded out
of his glove Then came llnmauku's
hit, followed by a passed lull which
scored Mvcrs Dreler lilt sharply to
Chllllugworth, who hesitated as to
Harney whither to play for the batter or try
io cue on itamatika at third He held
the halt too long and finally .made n
had throw to third, whkli the runner
slid under In sufetv A long lly to
right nnd succisslw singles by Ita
phail and Alex I), sha bruught In two
more tullles, making four In all The
disgusted J A Cm. suciiilnbed In urn-two-thru-
jrthr hi their half
In this game l.ota twirled for the
llawalls for five Innings, being lunch
ed for six hits uml tight runs A
Desha took his place In the box, and
fared somewhat hitter Clarke pltth-i-d
the game through for the losers,
lie was tombed up fr nni. safeties.
how Ktiod-uutuu-tl ho Is?'
,; ... ., .. ... ,; ,. . ' - .J- J
pitch, Cl.uke; Innings pltchtr. by Lota
4, A Desha fi; lilts, off Lota 7, A.
Desha 1. Umpires, llushnell uml lift
tentourt; time of game, 1 hour 25
All It llll Sit PO A i:
but It has games with all the teams
that are, and the Saints ale straining
iviry nerve to prove their superlorltv
Alreudy the have slaughtered McKlu
Ily taking tin Ir opening game of the
lntcrcholnstic League from the Kums
Saturday by the out-sided store of 11
lo 0. Oahll Colli ge fulfilled the predic-
Its support! rs that the hall
Heeve, ss ....
Ktutnor, if ..
Klhhey, p ....
Nasi lineuto, rf
lloopll, rf .
Prusser, lb . .
7 i !', 11 B
I'otals I7 0
T Mnrlvamn, rf-c,
team was Juit us good an orguuUi
tion as the football rind ttuik teams,
and that Punahou would probably add
the league pennant to Its string of tro
phies, making It it tle.in sweep of ath
letics for the ear
The Knms haven't it hid team, and
their failure to hold Puliation to re
spectable figures tttnie its something of
a surprise. Cirtaliil) the) should have
tnadc a better showing, nnd prnhthlv
ns the season ailvauces and the club
gets shaken down to work, It will bold
together better Saturday the Knms
seemed stage struck and phi) id with
out any pep
Inmnit pltchi d n good game for the
winners, being tone lied for only six
hits I"nr Kiimehaiut-hn t, Ilush illd
not fare so well lie vvas hit safel)
elevin times, three of the blugles going
for extra bases.
Score b) lunlngi'
Punahou . 3 0 10 1 0 0-11
Kami luiiui hn . 00000000 0 o
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I) leshu. If .
Mt lut) i c, rf .
Mej e rs. 3b . .
Dreler, lb .,
Hayes, ss ...
Wehllng, ss .
Itiiphail, i' ..
A Desha, p
Hampton, if , ,
Wnlker, cf ...
Notley, rf .
limns, lb . . .
Ilrlln, c . ..
Clar ke, p
10 II it 4 27 14 C
4 1 1
I 2 2
..I 1 1
....37 8 C 9 27 17
Huns 2 0 0 0 10 2 2 1 8
0 rinse nits u u u i u i ; u k
e , SUMMAHV
0 Three-base bit, Sumner; left on
bases, Stars 8, Asahis 10; llrst base
tin errors, Stars &, Asahis C; double
piny, Nlshl to Noda; hit by pitcher.
Reeve, Sumner; struck out, by C Mo
rlnma 1, T Morlyama 4, Klhhey 10,
bases on called halls, off C Morlyama
2. T Morlyama 3, Klhhey 9: wild
pitches, T Morlyama 2, Klhhey 1;
passed balls, .Murakami 1, f Mori) a ma
2; Innings pitched, by Morlyama n, T
Morrjama 4; hits, orf C Morljama II.
T. .Mori) ulna 4 Umpires, llushnell
and Chllllugworth; time of game, 2
hours 11 minutes.
MOOSE LODGE HOLDS
Carrying fullv llino persoiiR from
Honolulu a special train Jouincjcd to
I'enrl C'llv cnrl yesterday morning,
vvhero several hundred ri'sleJenlH of
Lellchun Joined thorn In n big picnic
given under tho auuplces of tho Hones
lulu Order of Moose, No, Son.
Tho Hawaiian I'.nnd supplied the
music and n lung program of Held
uvctits, including baseball games In
the morning und afternoon, wdh given.
The Uillfliun loam and tho White
Sowing Mnrhinu team played to n tic
of 6 G in the morning. Hint affair being
Ftcipprcl by Hie- luncheon gong, and the
local Moose team elefentod tho hello
bun Moose aggregation In the after
noon by a score cif (! to fi. Uoclui und
Sullivan had charge of the music nnd
(Additional Sports on Page 8)
ll.trncv Joy essayed to play the third
I'otals ... 33 8
. . . .4 I 0 1 0 0 0 I 411
hits . ...2101001129
J A 0.
r. 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 8
hits . . .4102010008
Two-buse hits, Chllllugworth, Ilrlto,
I'miico, A. Desli.t 2, sacrlllce lilts,
Markham, D Desha, left on bases, lla
walls 7, J A C r. , first haso on er
rors, llawalls 6, J A C 3; double
plays, Ihi Sue tu Haphatl, Ilamaukii
to Drehr; hit hv pitcher, Hampton;
struck out h Clarke D, I.ota 1, A.
Desha 2, bases on called halls, off
Clarke S, I.ota 4. A Deslin 1; wild
cornet, In the ubsence of Hunts Tho
0 2 1 Incoiisldtrate Asahis Insisted on kncuk-
0 4 2 Ing grounders lit his feet, to tho greut
delight of the bh'ucherie, who watched
27 1G 7 the gvratlons of ll.trnej'H bulk with
ii we und wonder
Hases were stolen jestirelay with n
lilgh-hiindi'd disregard for tho laurels
of Ty Cobb. Arakl, the Asahis" speedy
third-sucker, led the Held with four,
two of them made while running for
T. Morljama hi the llfth
IliiHlinell und Hcttencnurt umpired
the llrst guliie, while Henry Chilling
worth and llushnell utttclntcd In the
i loser Ilettencotirt Is strong on voice
In tailing halls and strikes On tho
whole the arbitrating was satisfactory
Three First-Class Artists
MODEL SANITARY BARBER 8HOP
Bethel and King Streets
E. Q. Sylvester, E. Schroll, Proprietors
ih:st snuvici: quauantked
Mil) or Tern liked the Job of pitch
ing tho first ball so well that he pitch
ed four of them before retiring Pres
ident Charles Chllllugworth of the
league, the llrst batter of the season
The marine hand from Camp Very
provided the music of the day It
was good music, too, und lidded grent
ly to both the parade and tho games
And the Man Who Knows
'Par Will Box Here June
; Winner to Take on
Promoter Ares sus that be has
mull bed (leorgev Ingle and Hen dn
Mi llo for u light In this elt June 1
Joliimv McCarthy, us the result of his
diilsivt- vktor over Young Coplcsun
Siliinl.i night. Is to go against tho
niiiuir of the luKb'-De .Mello affair.
Ingle und De Melln have boxed twice)
1 1 tor, but never before local fans.
Ingle bus two decisions to bis credit,
bur 11. Melh, is a iniiih Improved boy
"Hn i that linn- und should put up u
l.oi al ring followers have now had
a ihanie to see both Ingle and Mc-
Carthv In aitlon." said Ayres this
morning 'Thev also know what Do
Mello i an do I think for this reason
that the two iiiHttbes 1 have In mind
will be popular '
Two points were brought sharpjy to
the fore by Sattirduv night's light curd,
'lhe llrst was that hihhhruw physlcil
culture won't stack up with the rough
et hit that glows ' south of thu slot.'
The second wits that the fellows who
guve 10 to t on Johnny McCarthy, and
would have been willing to stretch
even these gen, rous odds as far as 10
to 4, hud the be, n able to Unci any
lukirs, kmw what the ivcre doing.
Voting Mr Caples. or, rather, Mr.
Young Caples of Hllffulo. showed that
hti had been stunt what overtuuted. It
si cms hard to believe that the hero
of a long string of dispetate buttles
should be so III at ease In the ring
und so ove raiixloiiN us to bent him
self In the llrst two rounds And that
is about uhut e'rples did in his sched
uled lJ-rouud go with Johnny Mc
Curtli) of Sun l'riincse-o He spent
himself in the llrst six minutes of
lighting, while McCurtli) took things
i. -is) 'and, when he bad bis man well
tired out, proceeded lo wind up tho
affair In Just half the time that the
When the gong culled the men from
thtlr corners, with .Mike Piiton us third
man in the ring, Caples wax palpably
nervous. With his wonderfully tlcvel-
iipc-d muscles rippling all over Ills
boilj. he looked considerably smoother
than McCarthy The latter, however,
showed rill the hall marks of the old
stager that he Is, and he uukkly de
cided to let his nervous opponent wear
himself out in the opening sessions.
The llrst round was about an even
orenk, McCarthy getting In some hard
kldnej blurts, vvlille it right to the Jaw
was Cuple-s" most effective punch.
Caples Tired Fast.
The stioiid was a repetition of tho
llrst, und was fairly evert, but In the
third Caples began to tire noticeably.
while McCnrth) begun to send In heavy
upward rips to the side of the head III
the infighting He started Caples' noso
bleeding, ami kept It going throughout
thu remainder of the light with theso
glatiilng tippenuts, vvlille ho landed
Willi either' hand Caples got In two
good rights to the side of tho bend.
Tho fourth round closed with u fu
rious rally, lit width Cuples was up
puii'iitiy holding bis own The vvlso
urns, howtvtr, said that McCarthy
was only stalling McCarthy had a
clevr bud In the fifth und sixth, bind
ing Mime heavy letts to the face that
had a lot of weight lit hind them. A
volh-j of rights und lefts to tho neck
and nose toward the close of the sixth
beat dim ti aples' guard, und h Went
to his coriur looking putty groggy.
lie was no sooner se-ated, however,
than his seconds chucked In the towel,
iinnouutiiig (hat the pride of Pearl
Harbor had hail enough It was cer
tainly the bettir part of ulor for Ca
bles lo ipilt H,. might have staved
a couple of rounds more, but ho would
have got n bud beating by so doing,
and the tight could oul have ended
In one wuj Caple-s was too tired to
-twill nil) ihunce of landing u chance
It took Then Wilier of I'ort Shutter
luit tin e e rounds tu lake a like little
knockout front (leorge Ingle The fans
are used to sting wilier go Into the
ring full of light, imij to re-ceive n few'
.100,1, stiff punches on the Jaw und curl
up gracefully on the canvas
In lhe stiuiei riumbir of periods
Johuiiv Wublhiiil uce Hunted for Mc
Itllchle of Port Huger The lutter
se-iitied unable to protect himself at
an, mid Heferee- (illes called the
-humbler off In the third
The Oipheuni showed u number of
bald spots, th,, attendance not being
neurlv mi goo us at th.. st (lllmore
De Men,, tight .,HU ft,,,,, n(ll ,!,
elinnit of rooting for a local hoj
Union Grill, on-King
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