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YESTERDAY'S GAMES AFTER
MUCH IN-AND-OUT BASEBALL
J. A. C.
P. A. C.
P. A. C. 6, Asahis 3.
Stars 8, Hawaiis 3.
By LAURENCE REDINGTON
It Mui rugged baseball nt Athletic
Kirk voMerilnj, but this didn't pre
vent tin- second game from being a
Rood one to watch .The Stars, with
Hlg Chief Harnoy on the hill, broke
Into the win column ngafh, the first
time thev have figured on the long
end of a kciot- since they donned the
Asuhls In the opening name of the
season The giilne was not exactly nn
exhibition of nlr-tlght ball, for there
was plenty of hlttlnK to keep the fani
lute tested and the fielders from taking
root, with n liberal sprinkling of ir
rurH mid a raft of dose decisions, the
innklnK of which, combined with the
Turkish bath atmosphere, taking rev
eral pounds off of Umpire). Armstrong
The crowd iilwn)a has u Rood time
when Harm.) Joy pitches llarnc) on
the lnb Ih an Imposing flRiire, and
on n day like )esterda), when there
vvnsnt enoiiRh breeze, to blow n Ilea
off n billiard ball, and the humid heat
hung heavy over field and stands, he
had the s)inp.ith) of all every time
he let n slant ko or heaved his bulk
toward the plate to Kather In a bunt.
Pin) era a,nd spectators think It (treat
fun to get u rise out of the hie fellow,
but )este relay lie kept Ills feet planted
on solid ground and got the laugh on
them for a ihange He wan touched
.,.... fr..i.. i i... .... ....
-. .....,;, uui ,mui me exception
of the eighth and ninth Innings, when
he let down a trifle, one hit nn Inning
was the best the oppolng stickers
Ninth Inning Rally.
lloth tennis started a batting rally
In the ninth, but the Stars got their
chance first and, by putting four men
across the pan, cinched the game Tho
Hawalls had scored a run and had a
iniiti on third nml another on lint with
no one gone. In their half, but a sacrl
llce und two strike-outs closed the
gamo with only two Hawaii runs In
the llnal frame.
ftlll Williams pitched In and nut ball
for the Hawalls, and In the ninth, when
two men bad come marching oer tho
rubber, and only one was down and
two on bases, he retired In fuor of
Alex Desha, who succeeded In closing
the slaughter aftir two moro scores
came In lint for this one bad limine.
the llnwalls might have had n chance,
irnlded they could have pulled off ,
the rally that they did In the ninth
The Star), scored two runs In the
first Innhfgand two moro In the eighth, I
mllectlng a brace of blngles In each
frnme In the first a bnse on balls '
and a passed ball helped out, whllo
In the sixth there were some rather
sad errors In this latter spasm. Ha-
ole Sumner, tho first man up, skied
one to left Joy put up a high ono
behind second base, and Hayes In
making fancy rings round tho spot
managed to drop the ball. Ho then!
booted Hoopll's grounder, and Dunlap
and Schuman. with a hit apiece,
brought the runners In Tho Hawalls
got on the board for Ue first time In
the eighth, when Hn Sue hit and stole
second, coming homo on A, Desha's
Pet. timely two-bagger in the ninth tho
.750 first man up hit and scored on Meln
.BOO tyre's slashing triple to the center-fleld
.500 fence llnes hit, scoring Melntre.
.500 Quintal sacrificed, and ln Sue beat out
n bunt. Then Joy tightened up and
fnnned the next two
Asahis' Hopes Dashed.
The Asahis lookul like winners for
n couple of Innings, and then slumped
so badly that the Portuguese got III
four runs In one Inning l'roin then
on It was a double shut-out, with the
exception of the fifth, when tho Por
tuguese got two more
The Japanese bigiiu to touch up
HuMinell before he settled down to
work. In the opining Inning Arnkl,
first up, singled, and Kurlsakl follow
ed with a double An out nt first sent
tho first run across, and Nodn's lilt
scored tho seiond runner. The next
mnii got to first on Hums' fumble, but
the next two were ensy outs. In the
second T Merl)nmn drew a pass and
was safe at seiniid when Arnkl's In
field grounder was booted. Kurlsakl
ngnln drow- in a run with a clean hit.
The 1 A. Cs wint dear round their
batting list In the third, collecting a
pair of passes, three singles and a
triple, which turned the trick to Un
tune of four runs In the sixth one
hit, two Itiflcl.l outs and a pair of
errors were mm tried Into two tallies.
aii nun sii io a i:
Arnkl, ss ..
Vodn. 2b ..
KoJIma, rf ..
,.33 3 6 4 24 13 3
AH It ltll SI! I'O A n
Snuza, 31, .
Irfi .M,re, el
Filler, lb .
I.lno, 2h ..
Made Ira, cf
Totals 34 C 9 1 ;; li 3
Until 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 03
Base lilts 3 10 0 0 0 10 1 C
I P A. C.
nuns 0 0402000 c
Hase hits 2 0401011 9
I Three-base lilt, Bouzu: two-baso
u"' K"rlMikl. Uno, mnnshirn; left
"" '"""'" Asahis G, P A C S; first base
"" ,rror", Asahis 2. P A. C 2; doublo
I"aH' """"iiell to I.lno to Hler, ."rel-
""' '" "!!''r to ouza; hit by pltclnr.
"""kamlj struck out, by Hushnell 7,
i jiori)amn ;, c moriyamn 4j bases
on called balls, off Hushnell 1, T Mo
rlynniii 3, (; Morlynma 1; passed balls,
Murakami 2; Innings pitched, by T,
Morljnma 3. C Morlyatna Hi hits, oft
T. Morljnma C, C. Morlynma 3 Um
pires, Armstrong nnd Ilettencoiint;
hcorer, Itaposo; time of game, 1 hour
ah n nn an po a
neeve, as .
Hums, 3h .
Hoopll, rf .
S human, c
Wlnne, lb .
Totals 40 8 9 3 27 10 1
AH mill 81! PO A
V.n Sue. cf
D Desha, If-Sli
A Desha, 2h-p ,
Manln, c ,
Dreler. lb ,
Williams, p ....
Totals 37 3 12 1 27 0 4
Huns 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 R
Hase hits 2 0 0 10 2 0 13!)
It'ins O0OQOOO12 3
Haso hits 11011112 412
Three-base hit. Mclntre; two-base
hits, Sumner, A, Desha 3. Dunlnn: sac
rifice, hit, Quintal; sacrifice fly, Kent
nor; left on bases, Stars 10, Ifuwalls
9; first hase on errors, Stars 4, Ha
walls 0; hit by pitcher, Quintal; struck
out, by Williams (i, A, Desha 2, Joy
12; bases on culliil balls, off Williams
2, A. Desha , Joy .0; wild pitch, A.
Desha; passed balls, Manln 1, Schu-
? " 9 p $ p f, $ J S ?
RACING UP TO VOTERS. '!
! Arkansas sports are either n s
' thoroughbred bunch of gnme -s
guys or they nru In mighty des- 'v
'! perate straits They have sue-
' ceeelcel In getting tho question
of tho rcvlvftl of horse racing
V In that Btato submitted to the
" voters nt tho next general elec- '
tlon If they win out It will bo S
'V the first Instnum on record In
' America, nnd It looks like 1 to ?
1,000,000 against them Yet they
' can not be blamed, as tiny 4
have tried eviry otlur resource j
j' nnd failed. $
( J 5 ,; J .-J) $ S; ,j J, J, J ) ,J p
man 1; Innings pitched, by Wllll.ims
8 1-3, A Deshn 2-3; hits, bfT William),
7, A Desha 2 Umpire, Hettencourt
nnd Armstrong; scorer, Iliipnsu; tlmo
of game, 1 hour 33 minutes
BINQLES AND BOUNDERS,
I Manln looks remarknlly like some
A Deshn almost collected 1000 clg
prettis with his double to rlcht In the
When Joy began hitting practise
llles uve-r the feme he iflilt extrclslng
lliishnell kept light on going when
Orucllns hit a Tixas leaguer In the
third of the first game, mid surprised
the opposition out of another base.
HnMishl got back to the bag III nice
time to rticlM' the throw when Sousn's
grounder bounced off him Into the
hands of the second baseman It turn
ed an irror Into n put out.
nn Sue burned up the paths In the
eighth, when he scond from first on
A. Desha's light double to center. The
latter distinguished himself with three
two-baggers out of five times up.
Schumnn should have fielded Tin
Sue's hunt 111 front of the plate In
the ninth, Instead of watching Joy run
nil theny In from the box nnd get It
too late to retire the speedy runner.
The hole made In the Portuguese
team by the departure of Catcher
Soares was filled esterdny by Hm
dler Ii Mere Joseph will do the reg
ular catching for the team, but ho was
Haes had his (list chanco to piny
In P A C. uniform nml didn't have
n good day He was released from the
Stars to the Portuguese nbout a month
ugo, nnd he kept ono eye on Harney
eery tlmo he cmne to lint, to be sure
that no bean balls wire coming his
I.a Mere tried to bluff his way to
first on a balk In tho seenth, be
cause tho Asahl pitcher checked his
dellwry as another ball was thrown
Into tho diamond from oer tho fence
It wouldn't work, but ho was safe any
way when his easy pop fly had been
ilroppul by the third baseman
The closer wns ono of the slowest
games of the seusou. Players nnd
umpires, held a convention our ewry
play, nnd once Joy walked In all the
way fioin tho box to ask confidentially
how many strikes ho had on the bat
ter. Nearly half an hour wns fooled
away, mid douhle-heudirH are slow' nt
the best of times.
Some people thought that Schumnn
innilo a bonehend play lnstho eighth
when ho ran Dunlap off second. As a
matter of fact, he did perfectly right,
nnd Dunlap was tho one who lost
sight, of tho piny. Tho latter hit for
two bases with ono gone Schuinaii,
who followed, rapped nn Jnfleld ground
ir, which was played to catch Dunlap,
who had started with the crack of the
bat, lit third. He began to dodge back
nnd forth between second nml third,
nnd whllo tho shortstop, second nml
third basemen wire trjlng for Dun
lop, Kchumun began to edge nearer
second Dunlnp's out seemed only a
inn Iter of seconds, and Schumnn had a
right to think that his teiiin mate was
gllug him nn opportunity to snook
another baso Sunn one dropped tho
hall, however, nnd Dunlap, Instead of
breal lug for third, came racing back
to second, which Schuman had already
appiopriatcd Tho play would have
been n keen one If It had finished as
well n It stnrted
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Hilo Lion Thoroughly Tamed
In Mill That Was of a Dull
By LAURENCE REDINGTON.
If motion pictures hud been taken
of the Inglt-Do Mello fight Saturday
afternoon, no ono could liavo told the
first round from the fifteenth, or the
Bccond from tho seventh, when tho
film was run, oft. 'Die mill was n
dull gray Haineuoss '.nil the way
through. Orta round was Just like
another, and there were no distin
guishing features to reniemUer for fu
ture fanning. All in all, It was u
Of more Importance, than tho fight
Itself wait the fact that the show was
tho first out of doors one ever staged
in Honolulu. Tho experiment was an
unquulilled success, nnd no one who
miw tho bouts from even tho top row
of the bleachers would have traded
his scat fur ono nt the ringside of
an Indoor affair. 'riiu management
wns llrst rnto. Uveryono could see
the ring, and to wntch the inside
work it wasn't necessary to Inhalo
the smoke fioin evoryone else's clgnr
or cigarette. It was better for tho
lighters nnd better for the fans, mid
it Is to Liu hoped that the experiment
will be repeated mid that any more
shows of the kind will have tho same
llr .Mello Far Off.
Hen do Mello wns n disappoint
ment to his friends nnd to the lurgn
Portuguese cuntliigent that turned out
to cheer him on to tho victory that
ho never got within striking distunco
or. All that can be said lu ills favor
Is that he took u number of Btiff
punches on tho nose and enmo back
for inure. He didn't make nearly the
light that ho did ugalnst Jim llo.to,
or ecn against Slim Gllmore, mid
seemed to bo much slower than In
either of his previous lights in Ho
nolulu. Throughout tho light Inglo
was the aggressor nnd do Mello wns
continually bucking nwny. In several
rounds the latter made wltd rushes
us boon us the gong brought the men
from thulr corners, but these weio
meru Hashes In the pun, and died
down before n minute of lighting was
Inglo showed himself n clever cov
crer und put up u guard that wns all
elbows and forearms. l)e Mello found
It almost Impossible to slip u punch
through tho network that his oppo
nent drew ncross his stomach and
face whenever tho 1 1 Ho I.lon got too
It was about the seventh round that
Do Mello's noso commenced to bleed,
und from then until the end of the
light Ingle managed to give It enough
of a swipo to keep It going In every
lound. It must have been u pictty
sore member, too, for Hen In tho
final rounds went Into the ring with
his gloves held In front of ills beak
In a sort of clam-shell guard, nnd
left all sorts of body openings rather
than have tho soro spot touched up.
If inglo hud been u knock-out man
he could have finished Do Mello any
time fioin the eleventh on. In the
fourteenth Do Mello tried to rush It
with tho possibility of landing a lucky
punch, but Ingle wouldn't tulto nny
chance of losing u decision nlrendy
won, und even If ho hud left an open
ing It Is doubtful whether Do .Mello
had the steam left to put lilm away,
lleferee Mlko Puton lind an eusy thing
of it when tho gong sounded tho fin
ish of the fight, und neither De Mello
nor his seconds hud any hope of get
ting n drnw This wus upparent from
return ks that cumo from Uen'H cor
ner lu the closing rounds.
Next to tho main cvpnt, und tho
novolty of the open-air utena, the In
terest centered lu tho uppcuuiiico of
tho .liipuneso boxer, Fred llnnogatu,
who Is belter known by his ring nuino
of Ymnnguto it seems that when
Young Togo cumo to tho fore, Iluno
gntu decided that he too would taku
tho name of somo popular Nippoiicso
hum, and Vniimgnto wus his choice.
The Japanese showed himself, qulto
a Blilfty biler but not much of a hit
ter in Ills four i timid go with "Plug"
Milne The latter Is un awful ling
fiobt, and It's Imrd to say what kind
of n showing Yiuuugutn would have
made uguliiBt leal class Ilu Is tho
pioduct of Lonnlo Austin, tho well
novvii Seattlo boxing Instiuctnr, und
has Imitated Austin's Btyle to a T Ho
has the sumo dancing step, tho Biitne
footwoik and tho sumo lends. Ho
lind no trouble In getting a declslou
over Mr. Milne.
Young Cuples went tho full six
i minds with Tiooper lluuersocks, of
the Fifth Cavulry, nnd took all the
punishment that wiib coming to him
UauorsntkB took tho decision. After
the distressingly poor showing that
Cuples inude in his main event with
Johnny McCuitliy a fow weeks ngo,
It's liuid to see how he could hnvo
been llgured u wlnnor for StUm day's
J. A. C. JUNIORS
STILL ON TOP
P. W. L. Pet.
J. A. C. Jr 2 2 0 1,000
Whites 3 2 1 .007
Asahl Jr ,2 1 1 .500
C. A. U 2 1 1 .500
Athletics 3 0 3 .000
J. A. C. Juniors 13, Athletics 3.
Whites 6, Asahis 3.
Yesterday morning the Junior Lenguo
pulled off Its usunl double-header at
Athletic nPrk, before n scattering
crowd of enthusiastic fans, some of
whom regularly nttend the games of
both Onhu leagues, thereby spending
nbout 7 hours every Sunday sitting on
a hnrd board.
The Jnpancsc-Athletlcs nffnlr was a
runaway from the second Inning, when
the w Inners brought seven runs across
The score by Innings;
Huns 1 0000020 03
Hase hits 2 0 110 0 0 10.,
J. A. C. Jrs.
lluns 1 7 0 2 0 10 2 13
Hase tilth 1 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 8
Itun 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 r,
Hase hits .... 2 1 0 2 3 1 1 0 414
Ituns 00111000 03
Hase lilts ....01111200 0 G
n :: it
Sunday morning there wns n spirited
hall game nt Kaplnlatil Park Intuitu
the Slandalds and the Knkaakn (Hants,
which wns won by the Stiindards 10
to 0, The Standards have finally ac
cepted the challi'iige of the Young Ha
walls, mid will meet tlu-in at Kaplol.iul
diamond next Sunday nt 1:30 p in
The line-up of yesterduj's game
Standards 1). Simon, c; Domingo,
p; J. Perry, lb; llrlth, 2b; Keller, 3b;
Mendonca (captain), ss; Joseph, rf; M
Perry, cf; King, If.
Giants Pale, c; Hutu, p; llolokal.
lb; Kekawoh, 2b; V Itoschlll, 3b; Ko
owal, ss; Smith, rf; Tommy, cf; i:
Host hill, If.
Store by Innings:
(limits 0 0000000 00
Standards 2 0300301 10
KUKUIS BEAT MILITARY.
Tho Kukuls beut the Chinese .Mili
tary Club by n score of 12 to 10 Sun
ela morning, In a game plnyed nt Aula
Park that went to two extra Innings
The Kukuls are strong on extended
gumes, having defeate-d the Cuulini
Athletic Association the previous Sun
day by 18 fo 9 lu ten Innings.
The score by Innings:
Kukuls ., .0 042 3 00010 212
Military 1311040000 010
The, hnrd-hlttlug Huard-Wulkersbeat
tho Rood II) es nt Maklkl yesterday
The sioru by Innings:
lloaril-Walkirs..l 20010020 28
Good K)es ....1 0 2 0 0 10 0 2 00
The Hawaiian-Korean team, n re
cently organized aggregation uf, ball
tnshCTH, beat the Chinese Athletic As
sociation tinui by tho one-sliled score
of 17 to 4 at Aula Park )esterday
WOULD FORM LEAGUE.
Tho Standards nnd Young Hawalls
are unxlous to get Into n league so
that they may be sure of re-giihir game-H
enth week. They think tho Pinion,
Mooso and Hoard-Walk teams nbout
lu their class, and suggest u get-tu-.
gether meeting soon fin the purpose
of funning a live-club circuit.
STAR NEWSIES WIN.
The paper carriers of the Star took
the, Hill let n evvsb'S down the line
to the tune of 1G to 13 In a game
played on the Star grounds Saturday
Attorney Gcne'rnl WUkeraluim asks
for an uddltlonnl CO,000 to prosecute
moii, eorpoiiltloiiH chargi'd with violat
ing the iintl-trust laws
xt a t: i: u tt ts tt :: :: ::
event, but lie had iiultu a following,
who sat glumly and saw him dressed
down. When Cnples tiled to get fun
ny and kissed ills opponent lu it clinch
most of the spectutors wished that
Ilauersocks would end It then and
theio with it K O. There's such a
thing us being too funny, und Cuplos'
drivel doesn't innko any kind of n
hit. It's doubtful If ho gets unotlior
It was cortalnly a good day for tho
army uud If tho soldier fans had any
rent money down they must hnvu
cleaned up, In the III st prelim the
referee stopped the light and guve It
to Soldier Morluilty, after Young
amis hud been down three, limes 111
tho fourth round of their scheduled
"--L fiftf.,!! ft'if