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SAD BASEBALL MARKS THE SECOND
PLAYING DAY DF SENIOR LEAGUE
Stars, with Captain Barney Joy in the Box, Lose to J. A. C.
In Opening Farce, While Hawaiis Show Considerable
Class in Closer, Beating the Portuguese Medciros Hurls
a Good Game for the J. A. C.s.
Stars .. ..
J. A. C. ..
Atahla . . .
P. A. C. ..
J. A. C. 11, Stars 2.
Hawaiis 6, P. A. C.
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Two very disappointing hull games
were offered b the Senior M.cnguc to
Its patron yesterday nftrrnnon. If
things keep backsliding nt the present
rale, the (Irnmmnr School League will
draw the crowds The opening Bnmo
of the double-header wiik ii farclcnl
Hffnlr. rrplrtc with Inexcusable errors
ii ml hniichcnd plays, iiml the Kccniul,
marking llic llrwt uppenrnncp of the
ortiiKiioso team for the senson. whllq
u lot better ns a bnschnll exhibition;
n still fur from being the real thing.
To begin with, things drugged nil 'nr
trrnnuii The double-headers of thn
Senior League are hilled to stnrt 'lit
0 It wus past 2 yesterday before
the llrwt hall wan pitched. Tiiero wax
dclaj between Innings mid ilelny In,
the actual iilny Now there I only
one thliiB that can redeem the nrdl
nar dnuhlc-licndcr, and that Is speed.
A double doe of baseball Is tiresome,
and it would be much better If the
league would play one game an nftcr-
noon, but the management believes
I Hint the fan want quantity regardless
of quality, so this comment Is hesldo
the point. However, four hours mid a
half of It Is going a hit too strong.
Hawaiis Have the Class.
The Hawaiis showed themselves to
be easily tlip class of the league In the
second mini', and unless the, other
teams brace up, last year's champs
will repeat with case. Much Intrrcst
attached to the Initial performance of
the Portuguese yesterday, hut they
showed nothing sensational. 11111 Wil
liams ' pitched ii swell gnme for the
winners. Only "1 batters faced him
nnd he allowed only three lilts, one of
them it very flukey affair resulting
from n mlx-up between Williams and
Raphael as to who should Held a hunt.
Hut for n bit of bungling round tho
third station In the seventh, Williams
would have had a shut-out to his
credit. The llrst eleven men who faced
him were retired before reaching llrst.
Dunn, u St. Louis College ball play
er, was In the box for the I'. A. Cs.
anil showed much promise. He was
touched up pretty freely, but used his
head well and seemed to have consid
erable speed and jjood control. Ho Is
slow as an Iceberg In throwing' to
The Hawaiis opened with a rush
and mit three men across in the open
lug sp.ism. The llrst man hit by tho
pitcher, an Infield out. two hjts, an
outlleld My, a pass and (mother slngln
turned the trick. Two hits and an
other hit batter contributed two mora
In the fifth, while In tho next Inning
base on balls with two gone, fol
lowed by a purloined sack, the whole
topped oft" with u clean single, was re
sponsible for another stroke of tho
The Portuguese made their lonely
tally In the seventh. Drncllns, llrst
up. filed to left Then Ui Mere, tho
hard-hitting soldier first sucker, hit
and went to second on a balk. De
ponto's Inlleld out put Orncllas on
third, and when Johnny Mcyltrs hoot
ed Miner's bounder, he let In tho run.
Harney Joy went In to save the game
for the Stars after a soldier lad limned
llllams huil been touched up for
three hits mid three ruiis, to which
LEAGUE. two errors contributed largely Hnr-
W. L. Pet. noy retired the side with im more ilnm-
2 0 1.000 age, nnd pitched good ball right up to
1 1 .500 tho ninth, when he was pounded hard
1 1 .500 for four lilts, four errors, n pass nnd
0 1 .000 n passed hall letting In the staggering
0 1 .000 total of six runs. The Stars don't
I seem to get going right behind tncir
cnptnln. Yesterday they played like
i lot of crnhs.
For those who care to brave Its In-
trlcnclcs, tho block score l given:
J. A. i".
All Kill! Hiiro A
Hampton, If ....
Mcdclros, ii ....
'Total SB II It (! 27 IB 1
Alt It I1IISHPO A n
Miller, Sli ..
Kcevp, ss . ,
Honpll, rf ..
Dohsky, 2b ,
Prossor, lb ,
AMERICA TO HAVE
A RIFLE TEAM AT
THE OLYMPIC GAMES
It litis been definitely settled that the
I'nltrd States will be' represented lor
a rifle teiini at the Olympic gullies nt
Stockholm. Sweden. All but I15V0 ot
the amount necessary to finance the
team on April SS hud been subscribed.
nnd from the way the subscription
arc now coming In this nniount will
undoubtedly be raised within the next
two weeks. Among the recent sub
scriptions which materially helped to
bring this decision nbout wns one or
250 from the New York State ltltle
Association nnd J17S from the 1st In
fantry. Missouri Nntlonal Ounrd. The
men selected nt preliminary trlnls will
be sent to Washington to take part
In the llnnl trlnls, which will he held
nt the I'. S. Murine Corps range. Win.
throp, Mil.. Mny If, to 20. The otll
cers of the team will be: Team cap
tnln, Lieut. Comilr. Hnrrls Lnnlug, I'.
S. N.; team ndjutnnt. Col. Wllllnni
I.lbbey. assistant Inspector general of
rifle practise of New Jersey. The
team will sail on tho Finland with tho
other nthletes for Stockholm, and Is
due to nrrlve on the morning of June
25. This will give them four days'
practise on the Stockholm range, ns
the International team wntch Is shot
on June 2!. In addition to the team
nnd Individual -matches for the service,
rifle. It Is also proposed to enter the
men In the tenni nnd Individual
matches with the miniature rifle, find
In the team and Individual matches at
the running deer. The executive com
mlttee of the National Ullle Associa
tion of America mny decide Inter to
Increase the number of representa
tives to bo sent so ns to Include one
or two men who are especially strong
at the "miniature" gninc or at mov
ing targets, so as to Increase the
chances of success In these competi
tions. t! !t 1! I
MAY RACE OKI COAST AGAIN
Pour Teams Have Been Play
ing In-and-Out Ball and .
Dopesters Give Up.
l'unnhoii and Knmchntnchn lire
meeting on the diamond for the sec
ond time this afternoon. In the Inter
scholastlc League series, nnd with the
lu and out playing that all three tennis
In the combination . hnc been doing
since the season started, the form '
forecasters have thrown up their
hands and refused to hazard even n
guess nt tho result. If I'unahou won
by 20 to 0 the dopesters would not
be surprised, while they would take a
win for Knni by the same score with
With St. liuls ns a disturbing out
side factor to still further complicate
the relative figures, tho four school
hne been turning things upside down
in great shape. The Kums started off
by chasing High right off the Jot. Then
St. Louis came along nnd gave tho
McKlnlcyltes u walloping. Puliation.
euts Knm 11 to 0, and then lllgn
SV. LOUIS GOING
PAST IN GRAMMAR
PiiiuiIiihi vs Mills ut Putiahoii, and
SI Louis s Nnrquil ut Aula, Is tho
bniebiill tuhodtih) ur the tlrumniur
Siliool League for this ufternoon.
St, Louis h going fust In this prep
louiini-, mid last Saturday went up u
notch h. defeating Mills 10 to 0 oil thn
Makllil mound. The game was ic one
sided mlnlr. In which U Hipp, the St.
Louis pitcher, held tho Mills batters
safe nl nil times. lie also retired
eleven men by tho strike-out route,
mid Issued only two pusses.
tt st st
The alley season Is very nearly over
lu Honolulu. When the present sin
gles tournament of the Y. M. C. A.
closes either tomorrow or tho day nf
, trr, no more competitions will bo
scheduled for some months. The roll
ing fraternity bus had it strcnuoiH
time of It since the llrst of the year.
School turns right round mid takes n nnd the general feeling Is that a lav
game from l'unnhoii. To cap tho ell-. off during the summer will innke ev-t
mnx 1'uimliou bents St. Louis. I eryono the keener for nlley work next
This afternoon's meeting between . foil.
I'unahnii and Knm will be ut Puliation.
At Athletic Park High School nnd St. I
Louis will come together III ono of tho
outsldo gnnies scheduled when the
Saints were left out of tho trlschool
St tt tt
Totals 30 2
J. A. r.
Huns s....l o 1 o l n n o C 11
llaso hits .1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 411
Huns I 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 2
Uac, hits 2 0 0 0 110 0 04
Two base lilts, Jnv, Chllllngworth;
sncrlflco hits. Hampton 2. Prancn, Not-
ley, Kunlll; left on bases, J. A. C." 4,
Stars 4: first base on errors. J. A. C.
6. Stars X; double plays, Joy to Miller,
Franco (o Hrtui. Franco to Chllllng
,worth to llruns; hit by pitcher, llruns;
struck out, by Joy 11, Mcdclros fi;
bases ou, culled balls, off Joy 1, Mc
ilelros ,1; passed balls, Bchuman .1;
hulk, Mcdclros; Innings pitched, by
Williams 1, Joy 9; lilts, off Williams
X Joy S. Umpires, Armstrong and
llettencourt; time of 'nunc, 1 hour 4!i
P. A. C.
All It Illl SH I'd A i:
Kousn, 31, , 0 j 4 n ,
Ilusliuell, cf 1. 0 0 0 2 1 1
Madeira, cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ornell.is.' rf .1 o 1 1 .0 o n
m Mere, 21 2 1 1 0 .1 2 0
Deponte. If .1 0 0 0 1 1 0
Fllzer, lb 2 0 0 0 :i 0 0
Freltas, ss 3 0 0 0 1 2 0
Iun. 1 3 Ii 0 0 0 2 n
Soarcs, c ..3 b 0 0 10 l n
Totals 2fi j 3 i i ,, o
Kn Sue, cf 3 2 1 2 1 0 0
I). Dosha, If 4 0 1 0 2 0 0
W. Meyer, ss ....3 2 3 0 4 4
J. Meyers, ,1b ....3 2 1 0 :t 3 2
A. Desha, 2b 4 0 1 0 0 2 1
Drelcr. lb 3 0 1 0 12 0 0
W. Williams, p.. ..2 0 1 1 0 2 0
Raphael, c 4 0 1 1 4 0 0
Mclntyre, rf 4 0 0 0 1 o 0
C 10 4 27 17 3
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Scoro by Innings
P. A. C. '
Huns 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0--I
llaso hits 0 0 01 0 0 1 1 0 3
"ll1 30002100 G
"'so hits 3 10 0 2 2 2 0 in
Two. base hit, fiousn; sncrlflco hit
D. Des)m; left on bases, P. A. c. 3,
Hnwalls 7- first baso on errors, p." a'
" 3, Hawaii lj hit by pitcher, Kn
Sue. J. Meyers. I.n Mpm, .imnb ..,
by Williams 4. Dunn 0: bases n ..n'
ed balls, off Williams 4. Dunn r.- ,..11,1
Pitch, Dunn; passed ball. n,,i.i.
Williams. Umpires, Dcttenenur't
tlmo of game, 1 hour
Horsemen Working Quietly to
Put the Issue Before
SACKAMKNTO. Cnl A concerted
effort Is- to be made by the race horso
men of California to set aside the
Walker law, which makes betting on
horse races Illegal, The men behind
the movement hove been working
liiletly, fro ns not to stir up opposi
tion. A meeting Is to be held In San
Francisco In the near future, at which
there will be representatives from all
Parts of California where rncng stock
Is owned. Plans will be discussed
looking toward the calling of 1111 elec
tion to repeal the Walker law under
the recently adopted Inltlntlvo uinend
ment to the Constitution.
The horsemen desire to Inaiiguruto
the Paris mutual betting system. The
delegates from Sacramento to the San
Francisco meeting nrc Frank Ittihstal
ler, Ii J. Carrnglier, F. Ii Wright,
Thomns Coulter and Charles Sllvn.
The date of tho meeting which has
been called In San Francisco for the
purpose of furthering the movement
has not been definitely decided upon ns
yet. Influential men who hnvo Inter
ested themselves In the matter are at
work now starting u petition for the
purpose of presenting the proposition
to the oters of the State at tho com
ing Presidential election In November.
A certain number of names are re-
liilred In the petition before It can bo
presented to the voters, nnd t,he pur
posp of calling tho meeting In San
Francisco Is to form plans to get up
this petition. The men behind tho
movement are said to be friends of
downier Johnson, and claim that pros,
pects are bright for Inaugurating tho
runs mutual system of betting on
horso races, which has proved micli 11
success In Kentucky.
ii ii ii ii -X- ii ii H ii
A new uinplro. Armstrong of Kun-
sas City, was tried out. Ho nnd llet
tencourt alternated behind thd players
and In tho Held.' lloth we.ro good on
base decisions, but 11 trifle unsteady
on bnlls mid strikes. Tho funs, us
usual, roasted some perfectly fair de
cisions and let some runk onus go
Our Johnny Williams doesn't Al
ways win, and sometimes they hand
It to him wnrm-llke.
That's what San Francisco did to
him III n game played Jlay I nnd re
ported' lu the Kxamlner of tho second.
The story Is Interesting. It followst
Patsy O'ltourke wus actually smil
ing In the ninth Inning yesterday.
Seven or eight Innings earlier he
hud been frowning. (Yes, Inquiring
Header, Patrick Joseph does
Hut seven or eight Innings earlier
P. J. believed he had it chance, and ho
frowned nt the possibility that some- In do It from n thinking
body meaning ono of the eight strudy , front of the bench
young iniilo persons who with himself; -... ,.
are trying to uphold such honor as tho "S"35'S35S"1SS'$?'
Five playcrH remain In the singles
tournament. They are Williams, Dar
ter, llernnl, White mid li F. Schmidt,
the twn latter being tied for fourth
place In the semifinals. As the tour
nament Is a score play nffnlr. It hns
been decided Mint nil live will roll for
tho two places In the tlnuls. Williams
mid Harter nre paired, and tho other
threo will roll together. The finals
will Jo played 'either .tomorrow or
A handsome silver cup goes to thn
winner of this final tournament of tho
season. It Is presented by the Y. M.
l'"rlilny night tho howlers will como
together for n farewell baiiiiiet ns thn
guests of the "Y." The j-pread will
bo served lu Cooke Hall, nnd It Is ex
pected Mint about thlrty-llvo accept,
mices will bo received.
Jlrs. Jlnrtlm Winter announces Iho
engagement of licr daughter Florenro
In Mr. Chester Hamilton Cnrmlclinol
of Plant City, Florida. Mr. Cnrmlcli
nol was formerly superintendent of
some- tho Honolulu Lavn llrlck Compnny'ri
Pat nicnson told the P.
A. Cs. how
nso stealing In tho Senior League
I getting to be a Joke, tho pitchers
milking no attempt to hold tho run
ners: near the sacks, Dunn of the Por
tuguese let Kn Sue. pructlcully walk
down to third yesterday. Dy tho way,
If Kn Sue would go Into tho bag fCPt
llrst. Instead of with tho imtlruntcd
heiid-forenmst dive, ho would do even
better on tho paths.
J. Meyers mado a flno try for Fil
ler's foul fly Into thn left wing of tho
grandstand In tho second frume. Ho
almost spoured It.
What with 11 Chlneso hand dis
coursing music anything hut Hweet
from 1111 overhanging balcony, nnd
"Soup llox" Hnrron yapping through a
megaphone In tho grandstand. It was
a noisy afternoon. Spenklng of noisy
rooters, "the femnle1 of tho species"
was much In evidence, too.
Notley mnde a great glove-hnnd stnb
of Hehii man's long fly to tho right
Legislature hns permitted Sacramento
to retain (Join, borrowed from the last
campaign) might permit that chanco
to dribble through ils fingers.
It didn't exactly dribble. As 11
chance it was short-lived. It whisked
Itself away before 11 basehlt onslaught
Inaugurated early In tho proceedings,
and It never tried to come back. Henco
Captiiln Patsy, finding that frowns
weren't going to bring back tho gamo
that hud gone, ended up hy grinning a
wholesome grin nnd making tho best
of u situation. Muybo Palsy Is never
so sad ns when he smiles, nnd muybo
he Is never so merry us when ho
frowns. If such bo the case, he was
merry Just 11 few minutes yesterday
Easy for the Seals,
Danny Long's Seals had such an
easy time hentlng .tho Scnntors, that
they might merely havo been partici
pating In 0 Slaypole dunce Tho scoro 1
wus 7 'to L'iW'bleh.wiisn't. as nne-sldcd
ns It mlglit'havo.boeii; but which was'
(filltu enough to till' -tho heart of 1
"Dusky" Johnny Williams with what
ball not by some largo amount. Ho
1 wns sovernl chips shy on control. Ho
1 sent seven men down to llrst on tho
' freo-pnss route, and a couplo of thnei
had himself lu serious circumstances1
' In consequence.
The Senators got away In the' lend,
'Just us they did Tuesday. O'ltnurko
drew 11 walk, stole second, and scored
I when J. Mountainous Swain poked 11
' long single Into left Held. That Is nil
I the Senators nccompllshed.
1 Tho Seals returned the compliment
In tho second Inning. Chick Hartley
) walked, went to second on a Hucrlllce,
mid on a hit mid run signal scored
on Corluiu'b hit, which was stopped In
tile Infield but bounded nwny In so
many different directions Mint nobody
could handle It successfully.
Raftery Shows Speed.
Frank Miller himself started Iho
egg-scrnmhllng In the third. Ho led
oil with 11 single Into center. Wntt
Powell fell n victim to Williams'
curves, whereupon "Dutch" Altman
poled one against tho fence In right.
Hushnell let A. Dreler's sharp
grounder over second get between his
legs In tho fifth, hut redeemed him
self with a fine nsslst fioui center to
the llrst corner. He also made n lino
running cutch of a twisting fly.
The Portuguese and J. A. Cs.
peared lu their new uniforms,
foimer are quite different from
gray drubs of the other teams, being
navy blue, with white trimmings.
over In his, native Hawaiian homo Is
Johnny wus tho pitcher for tho bunch
from up the river. Ho is 11 great lit
tie pitcher, .Johnny. Ho learned to
pitch curves with pawpaws and guavns
mid plneupplcs beforo ho ever hud a 1
baseball In his hands. His slow halt
Is slower than u llnnnluluspollcemnn.
nnd his speed ball Is the real welu ku
lino which means hot stun".
Moreover, young Mr. Williams has
been doing nicely up to .date. If rec
ollection doesn't fall, ho pinned 0110
on these selfsame Seals Just about twn
weeks ago. Hut tho best Johnny had
Hartley and llruns did n turn overy yesterday was not good enough. Tho!'1"'01 lo"K e"oush.
nine me miier caino up. jiruns cumo only explanation that can ho ventured
within about one Inch of being
Dohsky, something new In Star sec
ond basemen, took some long chances
In playing for a forco nt second when
there was hardly tlmn to get tho innli
and no chance of a double play. Oneo
It worked and once It didn't, both be
Franco made n good bure-handed
"top of Joy's bouncer In tho fourth.
Hucklcy sported a pair of cricket
leg-guards, a hi Hoger Hresnahun.
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ut lust begun to hit In tho pinches,
Say, there's 11 regular Idea iniiyhn
they hnvo begun to lilt In the pinches!
Don't go up In the nlr over that sug
gestion, you funs wlio havo tho Seals
down In your hooks as a liltless nnd
rimless comlilnatlon. It's merely men
tioned uh one of the possibilities. They
hnvo won seven out of nlno games
now; hut, of course, It may bo that
,011 tho pitching ugiilnst them hns been
Miller Allowed Threo Hits.
I Tlie hitting that the Seals did
against Johnny was Just ono fuclor of
Ills defeat. The other factor was tho
pitching or Frank Miller, with the
llcldlng of the Seals behind him. As
far as hits were concerned, Frank wns
the orlglnul Mr. Tltewnd. He allowed
three in the whole guiiie, and one of
them came so close to being converted
Into a putout Mint It camo through
only by the width of a glint's eyelnsh.
Hut Miller did not pitch faultless biuo.
and Miller mine around to third. Then
10m iinftery duplicated the hit, scor
ing Miller, and Chick Hartley followed
with a swnt over second baso that
hrought In both Altman mid Haftery.
Then tho boys nd oft a couple of
Innings. In tho sixth T. Haftery laid
ihnvn a bunt toward O'ltourke mid
Pulled nbout tho rosiest sprint down
tho first Imso lino Mint has been seen
here this seuson. O'nourko did a bit
of speedy work, too, but Tom had tho
hall beaten to tho suck. Hartley Hied
to Swain ami Jackson struck out, hut
meantime. Tom helped himself to sec
ond. Then Joo Oedeon. hnvlnir been
against tho leather so hard that It
looked as though It would never stop.
It did, though. It stopped against tho
fenco In center. Haftery scored and
Joo got credit for a two-bagger. Hut
ho wasn't satlslled to stop at second.
Ho rushed on to third and wns cnught
Micro by soverul feet.
In Mm next Inning Williams walked
Corhan, who scored on Powell's doublo
to tho center Held fence. In tho eighth
Haftery again got busy. Having beat,
en out n bunt tho last tlmo ho was ut
bat. ho apparently sought to show Just
how far ho could wallop Mm bull. Ho
slapped It Into center. Just 11 few feet
north of tho clubhouse, and by thn
tlmo It was back to Mm flild ho was
rmro at third. Chick Hartley tried
hard to dupllcuto It. Tho wind was loo
much for Chick, however. Ho hit tho
hall hard enough to send It out of (ho
K't. hut it cumo down In tho fnco of
the breeze, and "White Hope" Swain
Brabhed It with his shoulders, ugalns
tho fence, nut It counted for n sacrl
flee, fly ns Haftery wns over tho pluto
beforo thu throw-In wus fulrly sturtod.
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