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WIERD GAMES HOLD FANS IN
STATE BORDERING ON PANIC
Ball Hit So Hard That Supply Was Nearly Exhausted
Twenty-Nine Runs, 32 Hits and 24 Errors Sum Total of
Double Headers Product at Athletic Park Yesterday.
J. A. C 5
P. A. C 5
I Give your grocer an order for I
I & m I
i Frisco i
1 The scientific cooking compound I
1 Better than butter or lard I
Why In It Hint n rooter Kill yell Mm.
self hoarse Ht u baseball game nnil
otherwise display symptoms of candi
dal for the asylum, unil then, after
it 1 nil ot. mutter to lili friends,
'It wu a rotten gnine"? !
Kw'ii though tin- .1. A. C. walloped
tlie Hawaii csterday afternoon by n
score of l.'l to 9 III nil exhibition that
developed Into rout, slaughter mid ur
ron, mill those diminutive Asuhis yleld
eil one more to ilefiiit to the tune of
B to 2 lit the bund of the .Stars, tin)
two gutnes, from the spectator' tand-
polnt, were UK rally crammed full of
feature In fact, It'n n mifc bet that
not a KliiKle rooter left the ground
until the hint man was put out at the
tliil or the J A ('-Hawaii KtriiKKle.
l-"lrht ami foremost uinoiiK the Hen
nation came the Incident wherein
Shortstop Reeve and Harney Joy In
Miirnf.l ugiilust the ruling of the uin
pin In the eighth InnliiK of the Slnr
AhiiIii alTalr, when the white-clad
ouugslcr had tlulr only ehnnee to
When Murlyama tried to steal homo
from third, the pitcher threw In to
Schtimuu, wiin stepped across the plnte,
prevented the hatter train striking, mid
tagged Morlynmn several feet from the
plate Cmplrc lletteneourt ruled that
Kchumuh hud Interfered with the hat
ter und allowed the score Harney
Jo who tip to that time hud been
'glooming" around the third bane line
an couch, mid Shortstop lteevu rushed
In to protest against the decision, (le
cturing the pitcher win out of IiIh box
when lie threw and that the bull wan
not Intended for the hatter'K henetlt.
Ordered buck to IiIm position In the
Held, lleeve, hi client heaving with In
illgnutlon, proceed to talk to the um
pire, wlille the hitter stood put and
ruled him out of the milnc. Thus It
ciiinc ubout that llnrney, the "whlto
hopn" whom the Stars had been saving
for tomorrow! event, wns forced Into
action He went Into left Held to takn
the place of Stunner, who went to third
base, ulille Burn tilled the Rap at
shortstop Iteeve said thnt he orig
inally run in because he thought the
put out hud counted and the side out
Aeahie Weak Sticker-.
Again the Asahl lost through their
Inability to hit Twice before that
eventful eighth they got men on third,
only to let the runner die an Innocuous
death On one of these occasions,
when Sukulno reached third In the
seventh period, one out had been mark
ed up, und then Klbliey struck out
buth Vuinushlro nnd Nishll.
The Stars were in their usual form,
garni ring eight hits In all, Kentnor, the
first man up. In the Hrst inning start
ing the fun by sending u high one
over the right Held fence In the di
rection of the Chlncso .Joss house
Their best Inning was the third Kchu
maii gained first when Snkalno dal
lied ton long with the grounder nnd
went on to second and around tn third
When Klbbey, ahead of him, sought to
run In on Kentnor's low one to Sn
kiilno The shortstop shot the ball
right back to Muruknml, however,
tagging Klbbey At the same time
Kentnor ran right on to second base
mid Murakami, In the excitement, hurl
ed the sphere nt second base, though
his team mutes were not within ten
yarns or the nag wnne ccntcriicnuer i ,,, mh
was gntherlng up the vagrant ball, ! rieshii 2
CRACK CATCHER OF
POPULAR WITH FANS
When tho Wnlnnues Journeyed tntho
metropolis on Decoration bay and
trimmed Uio J A. I' team, lending tho
Onlui Senior League, the hern of tho
dny for the plantation men wns A
Simpson, the Wnlanncs' hard-working
WHERE WAS KELLY? -
"One thousand Obnk stnrted
In answer to his cry: !
'Has anyone here seen Kelly?' !
caught by Murakami, nnd Kentnor
romped In with the third tally on
Dobsky's drive Into right Held
In the riftli Burn singled, went to
second bnse on HoopU' single took
third on Sumner's drive to Nnila,
while lloopll was caught nt second,
nnd scored on Dobsky' hit Into right
Second a Slaughter.
As already remarked, the second
game -proved n slaughter-house for
budding stars of the pitcher's box and
for the playing reputations of seernl
not Impressed Into sen. ice on the
mound The J. A. C's , despite their,
I'M en errors us compared to the Ha
waii, seven, won linply by buttering,
the hulls. At one time there was only;
one sphere left on Ihc grounds nnd It I
looked a though the game would huvo
to he stopped or some sporting goods
establishment burglarized for more
Home people say the Hnwnlls were
tho victim of a hoodoo thnt the white
bulldog that strolled across the dia
mond In the third Inning and snlfTeil
coolly nt Pitcher Williams' shoe "put
the Jinks on him" At un inte. the
J. A Cs. proceeded to collect three hits
and twn runs Immediate!) aftir thnt
peculiar event, and followed It up with
four lilt nnd three runs In the fourtli.
It I not proper In these enlightened
day to submit to such superstition,
nnd we do not like to admit the dog
hail anything to do with It. but the
facts nro Irrefutable. Williams retir
ed So likewise did A Desha, after a
short Ill-starred performance on the
mound, and Huyes, of the second
siiuutl, who probably has less super
stition than most ballplayers, wns cull
ed In to finish the disastrous affair
He llnlshed the gnine nil right, though
even he permitted three hits nt the
wrong time, allowing two scores
' ' eHpw diMjMBftial. r
i;n Rue, cf
D. Desha. If-2b
W. .Meers, s .,
I lay es, p
A. Desha. Sb-p-sii
J. Mejer, :ib ..
lluinuukii, c . ..
Williams, i-lf .,
All H Mil
4 l 0
.3 2 l
Thnt's what hnpponed to llrlto
jestcrihiy nfternoon, when he
slummed the bull up against the
sign on the right Held fence,
which say Hint one T. II. Kel
ly will tnke preusure In present
ing the man who hits III name
with n batted bnll with one
thousand Obak elguritle.
Now, Kelly Is a .i:ird degree
fan, mid he orlglnnlly bought
the fence space not so much to
advertise Ills cngarettes a to
gle him nil excuse to nttend
every bnll gnine nnd watch for
results lie hud It nil framed
up to innke n nent little speech
to the Hrst mnn thnt drew down
the prize, standing, hat In liunil,
lit tlie home plutc nnd present
ing the lucky swatter with an
order Yesterday afternoon n
friend of Kelly' nsked him to
go for a swim.
"t'lin't." snld Kelly; "got to go
to the boll gnine"
"Forget It," snld his friend
"Noliod's going to hit thnt
postage stamp of your on the
It wns n hot day, nnd Kelly
broke his rule nnd cut the gnme.
Of course, the unexpected won
to be expected, nnd now one
perfectly good speech 1 for sale
cheap. Hut the smoke are
waiting for llrlto Just the same,
and the John lloliiiou Co I still
In business and ready to keep
tho offer open
$ S 5
it ! (,! ih Q 9i $. 9 v
:: tt n
SCHOOL FOR BOYS
All It llll HIIl'O
4 IS 7
oiitrliir lie fved out two smashing
doubles that won the game and ac
cepted fourteen put-nut and one as
sist without all error. Any time Simp
son wntits to mine to Honolulu to live,
he can Hud a "home" with ono of tho
n a a
Kualll, cf-lb-lf ..
.Markhum, 3b ...
Hampton, If-lb ..
Hoss, lb .
Notley, rf .
llrlto. c ...
3 12 1
The I.llllias defeated tho MunnaH by
17 to 10 on tho Muklkl grounds yester
The Standards, who until yesterday
had un unbroken string of lctorles, well ns tho baseball bat
A very lnteretlng cricket match took
place on Saturday between team rep
resenting the Honolulu Cricket Clli'i
nnd the Honolulu School for Itovi.
I'luy commenced ut 2 o'clock, with the
ixiy at the wicket. I.. 5, Blackrrrn,
must lie complimented Tor the manner
In whlih he has couched the boys.
which led them to a well-eurncd lo
ir ry on Saturday ngulnst tho Honolulu
Cricket Club Playing In their first
mutch on Suturdny, they clearly allow
ed by the decisive victory thnt theyutn
some wleldcrn of the cricket hat n
It I to lie
Kutli their surprise yesterday when
tho lleuutles trimmed them to the tutio
of 7 to G on the Kaploluill Park Held.
7 27 14 II
0 2 3-
1 1 2-
2 0 13
3 1 If,
Totals ,40 13 K,
Hun 3 0 0 10
Il.lse hit 0 0 0 1 0
J. A. C.
linns 4 12 3 1
Haw hits 2 13 4 1
Two-bnse lilt, Markhum; sucrlllce
hit, Mclntyre, Hampton, Med'elros;
sncrince Hy, Hamauku; left on bases,
Hawaii 7. J A. C 10; first buse on
error, Hawaii tl, J. A. C. 4; double
play, W Meyer to J. Meyer, Huyes
to Dreler to J. Meyer; struck out, by
Medelru C, Wllllum 3; bases on cull-
off Medelro 2, Wllllum? 2,
Hayc 1; passed ball, llrlto
In tho ufternoon the Stundiilds took
tlio Held against the Young Haw alls,
i bound to retrieve Ihulr defeut ot the
morning at the luituls of tho Ileautles.
'PI...., it, a., .nr.ilti f rltmttni! 14 111 7 A
I tic "tin ..(.' " "
caiiie lias been arranged for next Sun- to udvnutage with n scoro of 25. while
dav between tliu two winning teams, Muxwcll, with 1C, nnd Ilalrd, 11, were
hoped that others will follow Mr
Illuckmun In couching players to take
part In tho present euson.
For tlie winner, Hlackmnn and An
derson were tho successful bowler, Mid
Ituth and Collin for the loser. Hob
Anderson wu to the fore again with
a score uf 42, for which ho displayed
sound cricket Hlackmnn also showed
the Ileautles nnd the Standards.
tt :: :: s: u it s: tt :t t: : n tt tt :t tt n n
INGLES AND BOUNDERS.
bcnumun sauntered in inen Nona goi.2. nI,llKH pitched, by Williams 3 2-3.
hi fingers tangled In his shoe strings A Deshu. 2 1-3, Hayes 2; Jilts, .off
trying to pick up Hums' hit grounder. Williams JO. A. Desha I, Hnyes 4. Urn.
., ,n ,.., ,.,.,a, ,., ,' spires, uettencuurl und Armstrong
passed across home plate. Burns stole
Kecond, Hoopll took his base on balls,
Sumner went out on a pop-up fly
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time of game, 1 hour
Kentnor, cf .
Sumner, If 3b
Dobsky, .21) . .
Wliitie, Hi ...
Joj, If .. ,
5 3 2 2 0 0 0
the llniil suy
outer Held for the J.
Nigel Jnckson made n neat speech
b fore the collection und the fun wtro
gtneruu with" their upplause.
Joy nnd Rrliuinun promise to win
the giimo tomonow. Hlg crowds nro
expected for the Kuinchtimcha Day features.
best for the defeated team Following
lire the scores
HONOLULU SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
It. Anderson, c llenz, b Collins.... 42
A. Juhnstone. c Jovson. b Tlenz 0
I the man with Usborne, b Benz 1
jll Illnckinan, c Deaso, b Ualrd.... 4
1.(1 Hlackmnn. b Collins 2S
gamo In D. Wlthlugton. b Katli 0
iMakulenu, u Bulrd, b Collins 4
II. Wlnkley, b Collins 0
J. D. Held, c Collins, b Rath 3
L. It. Tench, not out 0
Q Norrle. b Rati 0
Runners and Bike Riders Arc
Timed to Finish Long Grind
Shortly After 12.
A combined entry of 48 will tnl.ep.irt
In the llnlelwa races tomorrow. High
let n will go the grind on foot, 19 In
the senior bike and 11 In the Junior
bike It Is the largest nnd classiest
Held thnt ha ever fuced .the stnrter
In thl race This year the course Is
from the llnlelwa Hotel to the Will-
klkl Inn. a surveyed distance of 33 1-3
miles The principal Interest centers
round tlie runners, for the conditions
make It un exceptionally bard test of
Judgment and endurance. There I a
time limit of seven hours In till event,
which start from Halelwa at 7:4I.
Some of the contestants are Hgurlng
on doing It In faster llgures, nnd It Is
predicted by the expert thnt the win
ner will lilt up an average ot eight
miles mi hour.
The Junior bicycle rneo stnrts nt 9: IS
and the senior event at 9:45. The
whole Held should he running and rid
ing through town nhout noon,
Ihcry Nuntestnnt will wear a num
ber. Following are the names and
numbers of the runncrji nnd blko men,
and the nnmes of the Judges:
Running race 1, M. Oonsnlves; 2,
Kddle llrown; 3, Nigel Jackson; 4,
Antnne Knoo; B, Vincent (Somes; 6,
Harold Fletcher; 7, D.ivld Hiikunle;
S, Frank II Kims; 9. John Unit; 10.
(Ilbson; 11, C K Charlie: 12. Melo
Knlnmu, 13, Wilson Fengler; 14, 8.
Knhnlewnl; lf, flrorge Knaia: 111, W.
Wnhlhuku: 17. A Jono; IS. I'rxt, Clin.
Junlon bicycle race 1, George Ku
healnul: 2, Allen O'lirlen; 3, Ander
son; 4, Tokulchl Hugl; B, Johnnie Nn
wnl; C, Tin Fun Aelilu; .7, J Sllvu; H.
I ma nulla; 9, Itlex Yee; 10, Thuihiii; II,
Senior bicycle race 1, K. Knnemtirn;
2. O Addison; 3. T. Tlmn; 4, Uno; B.
David Nawal; 6, Sylvester Williams:
7, Yew Char; S. Jo Knahii; 9. C.
Rawlins; 10. William Sllvu; 11, Sum
Kama; 12, II Nomura; 13, Henry
I'lemer; 14, Benjamin Achlu; -S, l'l
caduru; 10, Joe Guerrero; 17, T. Lane:
18. Ah Fnrr; 19, J. Nlllmu.
llnlelwa Judges Mayor Joseph J.
Fern, Senator Charles Chllllngworth,
A Alfonso, R. 11 Allen, 1.. Redlngton.
Motorcycle Judge Bill Chilton, Sam
Chllllngworth. M D Abreu, F. W.
Zlegler, Vnl. Holt, J II. Ponte, three,
Stnrter Mnyor Fern
Finishing Judge nnd timers J. T.
Scully, I,eter Petrle, Bete Baron, Ben
Holllnger, Ben Clark.
Kurlnikl, if . .
(' MiiilMima 'Hi
YiiuiiiKhlio, rf Hi
Nlhl. if rf . ..
. . 30 B
ASA 1 1 IS.
8 4 37 13 I j
111 HIIl'O A i:
4 4 27 14 B
902 Nuuanu Street
1 n :i o l o o o o -r.
hits . . 1 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 1- s
ASA 1 1 IS.
. ..ii o ii o n o o 2 0--2
hits . .. I) 0 0 0 0 II 1 2 1 4
lliiiue I un, Kentnor; Hiicrltlce lilt.
Iniuiiaka. hit nil bases. Stars 0, Asu
lils t Hrst base on eriors, Stars 3,
Asiilil 0, strut l out, by T Morlyuiiiu
7 Klhhc) 13, liasi on culled halls, on
T Mol'lMillia 3, Klhhe 2. Ulllplle.
Ai instiling mid III lliiicouit; scmir
RapoMi, time of game, 1 hour 31
Huyes was greeted with cheers ev
ery tlma anybody elss made an error.
At that Hayes showed his tormentors
something when he cot In tho box.
Why don't the pitchers keep 'rat
high for En Sue If they want to break
ui hi hunting' He Isn't hitting high
bull (lose lu 1 1 1 in. and he can't bunt
, lliiinniiku hasn't bin n seen in ii'ir
UeHH llir Millie tliue. and lie was llfl'lllll
to peg Iii liiiHes The stole on him
I '(.lit lllld left. He need to get thaw
Niitle' giilile kllie MIH twlftid once
win ii lie sped to Hrst, but he ln'aM'ly
limped on iiroiiinl tlie tilriilt, it lit 1 bv
the Hun. lie got homo he was going n
ten. si final puce
I'ltilur Williams I vi ry delllieriti'
In I, is iiinveiiieiitH That's one leitim
V" In the game ding On the inu'iihiail
tlle ale lllllking tile pltehelH gilWier
l.p I' get nut of tlie gullie
'Imrgc Millilvrc pulled nff u biuull
f ii 1 play In right Held hy getting a hind
lilt lull mi the ri bound fiom the fence
nnd hnlillni. 111 mini to n ltgle. Me
lutre Is the "lib man lu tlie leugue
vim plays the lenee right
HONOLULU CRICKET CLUB.
C F. Maxwell, b Blackinan IB
Dr Ben, c Wlnkley, b Anderson., 0
Alan Marshall, b Anderson 0
A, Balrd, st, b Anderson 11
R. O. Gray, b Blackman 1
A. Rath, b Anderson 0
C. Collins, b Anderson 2
O. Marshall, o Wlthlncton, b Black
J. R I,. Mcl.enn, c nnd b Anderson . 7
( .Inpsou, b Blackmail ii
Dense, not out
:t it st
jKUKUl ATHLETIC CLUB
' LATEST BASEBALL HUI
The Kiikul .Whittle Club Is the name
of an orgiiulatliiii leeently formed.
whli Ii will have haseliall a It major
sport In the chili are some lle wire
of the oiinger sit. ami It Im expected
that fast Union will be turned nut us
sniiii a ihe wheel begin to move.
Final orgiiiibatliiii wn perfected lust
plirlit, when the ineinber got together
unit elected the following ollieer:
I'resldent, Charle Afimg: vice pi e
Idenl, Cluing Sunt ; seeietury, II D.
Win: treiiHiuer, A N lliijumlu; nuiii
ngir. i" Sen: uuilllur, Cffhim; cai
taln, Wing Kee
1-of tlit Skin St .iln ant
I Half SliamiKMJ, DjnJuitt
I 0jni-er. 1'rictf i5c.
Thero nro few changes In the Indi
vidual batting averages ot the Senior
League, thoso occupying the first di
vision when the Inst computations were
made figuring again, although tho order
I somewhat changed. Fred .Markhum,
the l'unahou player and captain-elect
of the Ouhu College team. Is leading
tho stickers with an even .COO. Ho
takes Hampton's place at tho top of
(Three or More Games, Including
a. ab. H
Markham (J) 4
Joy (S) G
A. Desha (II) S
Hampton (J) 4
Burns (S) 3
AUTO TRIP AROUND ISLAND
Auto (rips uiiiimd tho Islnud will ho
m a do in cry Thiiisduy, starting June
i:i hy Hid City Auto Stand curs; auto
. will leiiMi Htuiul at 9 it. tn. and return
J tibuut tl p. in. Three curs will bu
placed on this run If reiiilri)d. Hnteri
I Jl.r.n a passenger. Thoso desiring to
I miiko this lrl am ioitiesled In ciimul
anil book. City Auto Stand. 1'hone1
3CG4 or 1170.
W. Meyers (II)
En Sue (II) ....
llushnell (P) ...
William (It) ...
Ln Mere (I'l ...
Nasi lineiitu (St ,
Yiimushlrii (Al B
Klbbey (S) 3
llrlto (J) 3
D. Deshu (II) B
Franco (J) B
KiiilsaM (Al B
oiisu (I'l : 4
Humiiiikii (II) 3
Notley (J) , J
Arukl (A) .'.
Nishll (A) ..
lteeu (S) ..
lloopll (S) ..
Nmlii (At r,
Dreler (II) 5
llayashl (A) B
.Murakami (Al 4
l'11.er (P) 4
Kentniir (Si c,
IS 4 .222
IK 4 222
14 3 .214
20 4 .2011
..4 IB 3 .2011
, .B 21 4 .11111
..B II 2 .18.'
..3 11 2 ,1S2
..3 II 2 .182
..4 17 3 170
. .6 Hi 3 .Ili7
..3 13 2 .1117
..3 12 2 1117
HI 3 IBS
22 3 .I'M
IB 2 ,I3'I
9 1 111
9 I .111
20 2 .100
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