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T """ "" ' ' ""' " " lu'""'" '"" " - -.w .".L'SHl GKS1TS DfllTiJ t!AVV IftOS 111 ' GAr.7E AT 1LIILI St. Louis Players Fail to Hit.Pruitt While Giants Land on Sailor Pitchers for 17 Hits Hawaiian Electrics Win From Coorabs ; With Perry on Mound Rooting Squad From Light Com pany Show Real Class in Those Giants from Fort Rueer sure - ly hammered the ball yesterday, aft -i'umi irm, uu mien me. earned runs. Iluger s, St. Louts . .Vm-last-msn In the game bad been re-1 pirea. cui pepper and Kirk Tim ot tired, the Glanta bad annexed 13 runs,, hil9Ab'Vt: S. S. St. Ixuis squad i falleCTto xosa the BlaU ' . in the last game played here, the nary Doya sraTe the Chinese team a . hard fight for a time, but Ja yeater day'a battle the soldier lads hit the ball; all orer'the lot, and played a preat game in the field.' Johnson anl Cummlnts made wild heaves to Bal ley, thefee being the only slips marked tip . against . the Rucerltes. - Johnson brought the crowd to attention when he Tacea over near second and . speat fd a hot drive and got bisman at Jchhson WIta ' . ' i : ' Johnson also starredwith the blud geon, getting two doubles and Iwq tingles in five times at bat. 'Denhaia contributed to the bit column itb two triples. St. Louis , used three ritchers and the Rugeriten took kind ly to the offerings of all three Alto gether'!? hits was the number amass ed during the afternoon. . 'f . Fort Ruger tJemonstrate l to a large number-of tons that they will have a strong; -team ln 'thefield this "stason: Pruitt. v the " .taAl ; pitcher, worked xarougnoui me game ana neiq tne bt, Louis squad to five hits and added to was ably supported by Benham, who is showing a big Improvement'ln bis backstop work. - v ' - ' Fast Shortstop .: Since. Vernon Ayau left for the main Iznl Johnson appears to be about on a par with any other shortflelder in the islands. .Chfllingworth and Smith nre perhaps !th best here now, but Johnson should show as much as eith er in future games, if yesterday's play Is any criterion. . A large crowd watched the game tni the play of the Giants featured. ! ::arager Stewart bas his team work- together now, and the squad has " f: ' o a V.fv lmrifAvaman4 fi m Tf A rartments of the game. . ; ; : : , 4- 1 i CAV13 ITP'THB SHIP. RUG EH. A8R 6 1 b 1 ."4-1 HPO 4-1 2 3 t . 6 . I IS 1 S t v S 2 0 2 .0 " 1 IS Johnnon. ts Perry, tb . . r alley. -l'b . 8 1 6 1 a. -2 4 . a 6 1 4 vj - -cClaln. If . i ...... . . 4 . . . . 1ST. omacK, cr I'ruttt, p ...... Totals ..42 12 17 27 10 2 ' ' ST. LOUIS i - : ABR HPO A K ruilman. m S fltman. cf tckat. if-rf 4 0 1 1 4 2 0 1 4 0 1 1' 0 .0 4 . 2 ISO 3 2 5 1 5 O 1 S 0 . 1 2 0 0 3 1 .2 SOI 5 2 1 3 1 9 0 3 1 ;.s 2 0 0. 0' a '0 Iyle. rf-lt ......... h nyder. e .,...... York, lb 1 rumbauffh. Sb-c ('utter. ib-Sb ...... Car.ier, P-Jb ...... loane, p . Total ........v.39 0 .5 24 12 12 Three basehlta. Benham, 2: two bae MU, Johnson . t,...,Cumminica; Bailey, l-finfrlfv.. York: naorif Ice hits. 1 Bailey. Yvom&ckr ttolen bases, Womack. Cum r'-ips,. Ha Hey. Perry, Sklllman; struck i.t. fcv iTultfll. by Ganser-l:ftrt see oi balls, off Prult l. otf Ganxer 3; 2. it ly retched bU. Womack by Doane. CHINESE COULERS TO i MEET f.'ATIOr.'ALS AT - Y.:M;JHIS EVENING . ;'..v - v- "Thla' Wetk'i "Y" Cowlinj Schedule.' Monday Nationals vs. All-Chinese. Wednesday- Service vs. Cosmos, v FrtJay IcldPaciflcs vs. Oahus.r i , Another good week on the Y. M. . C. A. bowling alleys is looked forward to by fans of the pin-smashing game. Matches are scheduled for tonight, Wednesday and Friday, Thursday be ing an open date on account of the Service league schedule at the Guard t'.leys. ' ' v--:'- tf ' The UonaJs will tackle the All Chinese this evening. - Everyone is wondering when -the Chinese axe ever going to lose a game; and all their matches are watched .with interest; Wednesday the .Service and Cosmos j:ookP In what promises to. be an interesting natch. V i .j One of the real contests of the sea eon will be Friday evening when the crack Oab as and the - Mid-Pacifics. holders of the alley- record , for a dnriA tame, are booked to mteU Both f tiiese teams have real pep and loU f 'Sting -spirit" This is what the crSors enjoy, bowlers hustling to ir,n ' ; -: . iu . ; v .WOULD OWN RAILROADS .rinr riYY. The department of communrcaUcnn baa announced that in rf" if mill b the policy of the gov ErSSrft - to control. . supervise the crel" lit r all railroads.. It -also - noliCT Of the 1 announcca - ;Twnt vi:l be-Against giving sub - nrivHeTes Privileges to railroads ft,tnre "Tne government 8upe , :tn the future- 8 te-in the x vision-of. the ral row " baj3! ITSSZ - Hereafter; no :;spection lfrQtllre.d 11 be given . franchise It formerly FIEtO OH S000AY This Department Sunday. i flhdr by rruitt; wild fcltcU noane 1: I V.i-,?"" JIlrrM;JiWp; 52ui LV-imVit vJ K:'J' Mta,,-,n Clectrtc Wl -. r Perry, who will bnrl for the Braves ' .TTk , gument with Luck-Tee In the' game between the Hawaiian ? Electrics- and the Coombs team at WoiHill fleld on Sunday morning. The Electrics won out by a score of 8 to 5,' scoraig thtee runs In the fifth Inning after they had tallied five In the first can W. ;r t-The Lighters got after Luck Yee in the ' first Inning, and made four hits which counted for five runs. Ho sea started for the Electrics, but was sent to the" shower when the Coombs squad secured four hits In a bunch. Perry, then took the. mound and al lowed but one run In the last seve'n innings. He showed a world of speed, wjtb a good change of pace which promises to bring him a good season. . Both teams have a nombe'r of gobJ ball players in the lineup, and. the work of F. Gomes at third was orte of the -features of the game, He se cured four hiU in four trips to the plate, and-handled bis position1 In ex cellent shape. iiurashige played 'ex cellent ball for the Electrics., as did Mara and - Kal Lake for the Coomb .team. -. . ; .i.- One of the.big features of the ganie was the rootlntr crowd of the iintvat. Ian Electrics. '.They were out In force with megaphones, -bells and every available-Instrument. - The boys from this . concern have causht the , nfrit and Interest has been Wrn basebaltr'- --.'- . , THERE'S A LIGHT STILL FRANK COOMBS AR n mm on -an , Tadao. ct 4 I, 1, l i a I 2 2 1 0 0 3 K 1 0 0 I- Kai Luke. 3b 4 Serrao. - . . , , . . 4 . Akana, lb Lee. If . 4 Girl, rf 2 Ah Ton; '2b ...... Y J' 0' 0 i ol 0 Total ,.S3- S ir 10 '.7 Hawaiian elbx:tric ca. Murainig-e. as 5 -1 1 . 0 . 2 4 Kerry, c-p ........ '4 ' 2 1 4 1 . 2 : 0 10 1.. 0 0 1 & osuiiivan. ir: ;.. 4;2 Watklns, 2b 3 FGomtg; 3b 4 C-IVWa, cf ...... 1 Judd. lb 0 lietne. rt ...... 3 Hosea, p ...,..;.. 1 White, cf ...1 1 i 0 0 ; 0 0 ' 0 Barboza, cf-lf .... 2 Plata. c-cf-2b 3 0 0 0 0 Totala ....... U35 8 9 1 27 18 Hits sn-Lruns by fnninrs: Frank Coombs ,...0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 05 Basehlts ..11 3 1 .1 0 1 0 01 Hawn. Electric Co.fi 0 O 0 3 0 0 0 x 8 Basehlts . .....4 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 x 9 . Ieft on . bases. Coombs dO. , Electrics 6: 2 runs, 4 hits, 2 bases on baHa off Hosea tn two innlntrs; 3 runs. 4 hits off Perry iq seven .lnnlngrs; three baehlt. Akana: two basehlts. Mara. Perry, O'SulUv&o. F. Gomes, S: sacrifice 'hit. Harbojja; double plays, Luck Yee to Akana." Murashiae to Judd tos Gomes. Plata unail-tert to Judd. Mupaf hlsre. to Plata to Juddr baes on balls -off Luck Yeo 1. off Hosea 2. off Perry-8: struck out.- by Luck Ve 11, by-. Hosea fl. by Perry S: wild pitches. Luck . Yee 2; .passed balls, Plata S. O'Sulllvan 2.' Um pire. Morlyama, Time of same, 2 hours and 4 minutes. - - : - r ; : . . ,W. I ! ' - t EHLERS. PLAYS TIE WITH STAR-BULLETIN -TEAM ON .SATURDAY .; ,-'f r , , -: i About seven- minutes' before the mocn Traised ablotcb of . light above tLe horizon oa Saturday afternoon at Moililll Field, the game between EM era & Co. and the Star-tJuHetin ended with a ; scora :of 11, to 11,? and there 'was .'still - room for more runs but the supply of lanterns had run out -r The game -was started late and as a consequence it, ended late, and bits and runs- by the tw sides wero as thick as flies -la -Jam can... Ehlcfs outplayed .the-Star-Bulletin through cut, the same.- and bad-darkness. not t.ucncu "H. the mixup. - Koyama and Lopez were cn the mound for Ehlers. and pitched good balL - ' :" - ; - I - Borges, - Tetes,: Loper and Sllva played good ball for the Ehlers team while Cabral nlso broke Into' the lime light" with a number' of hits,: but-hli base-tunning was off .color.; Le Bare and Lu Bun. pitched for the Sta Bulletin, and Inasmuch as it was early In the year, neither heaver used any i cun es. Sunn Hung, uomes ana Wu played good ball lor the Star- I Bulletin. - " -t,. Bulletin. Ehlers & Co. showed a big Improve ment over their game of last week, and ' with theif full strength in the field Bhould show something this year. OAHU LEAGUE" WILL ' HOLD MEETING TODAY Members of the Oahu League will i hold a meeting at the board of super visors rooms, this afternoon at o o clock to plan for the series this year. Representatives from various teams which have-asked to enter will be pres ent and it is expected that arrange ments will be made for opening the. season some time in July, when the California team Is booked to come' ; fcere. . .; - - . - . : ' YANKEES SHOULD ElAItE FIGHT FOR ' FLAB THIS YEAR Bill Donovan Will Have Strong r. Team; SL Louis Must De ; pend on Pitching Staff They will all bare to watch the Yan kees this season. Of course it is a little early to predict and Honolulu is a long way from the" training camp, but . Hill . Donovan ought to Tiave his team up there fighting, air the time.- . Last year the. smiling manager ; of the New York American "League team met with ' hard luck throughout' the. season. " aiaisei, aiagee ano uaser were Injured and' Ray Caldwell did not Show, anything." But this year thiriEsfare differeuL and it would pot be at all surprising to" see' the Yankees break iinto the select circle this sea Son: ;' -;. - - ' Caldwll In Shape ; ' If Kay Caldweli, one of the greatest pitchers in the league, will benave, and" Fritz . Malsel makes' good ' around the second sack, then there will be a number of happy Gotham . rans .tnis season.: (' Ray jCal dwell . ranks right with the best, and this year he promis ea to keep' In condition and play ball. This means that the pitching- strength of the Smilers ;wjll .be Increased per cent..,, '- - .- , : : . ' i In addition to CaiUlwen the Yanks will' have- Cnllop, Mogrldge, Russel, Fishery and-Snawkey to begin ,-witii. This aggregation Alone makes up one of the best pitching corps in tne league, but - with ' pan Tipple, Lore, Piercy and .Monroe to help out. Bill Donovan should start the season with a good bunch of flingers. The Yan kee boss was" one of the best burlers of his day and knows good pitching when he. sees it . ' Good Catches'- ';. .- ' Few. fans will argue that the -Yan kee ' catching staff. Is weak with Wol- ters,,' ' Alexander, -and unamake, These catchers 'rank with the best In the . league .and, can Jiold , the shoots down in an - excellent manner, .witn Love anl ,Monroe. tryig vput for -a pitching benn.i potn oven. leei ; o inches, Nunamaker'a woVk ' will come tn. handy,;:- -''V.,' LJ-;- The . Yankei- Infield looks, about, as good-as any In the league. VItkJPJPiJ; on first and Baker At third iheiHte- landers Vill have two tnftekjers of tbfel slugging type:. Pipp is one of the-best first Backers: In the leagued while Ba ker has been; showing his old slugging form lnthe training camp. : With Mal Sel ; at5 second and' Peckinpaugh at Bliortstop the tearn wifl have both speeoVand httting .strength, v h J . High,-1Gi5booley i and Magee, ' look best for the outfJeldi; but Miller' may break into a Job before the season Is over. The Yankees "Will have a num ber of utlility men in fJedeon, Knaup, Bauman and Aragon. Taking every thing' Into consideration .'New-. York has an excellent chance to finish right up around the top this season, and New York ' may tave two teams fighting for ' the world's honors next October.' The next article- will tell of the Philadelphia " Athletics ;'' The Loula Browns ' 1 !? The' St. Louis Browns' will have a good manager, ; Sisler, "kndV perhaps some tar pitchers to start the" sea son, Last year the - Browns ; made 'a great race for the flag at the fag end of the season and showed all around ability. ; After that tun 1 of victories, many , fans are" predicting'- that V St Louis will be ' the teams to beat this year. At present the Browns do- not ap pear to be as strong as the Yankees, White Sox or Red, Sox. Neither have they the offensive strength of the De troit Tigers. .They hare' a manager who knows baseball, but Joneswill have his hands full this season round ing' out a team, which will be good enough for a pennant winner.' ' 4 1" . Iast year the Browns had A good pitching staff with Plank.. Groom, Da venport, W.eilman and Koob, but.Plank. and Groom are hardly expected' to im prove, and Jt will be: ub to the pitch ers to make good. Hamilton 'Is an in- I j .... v... li trv:j Oo jm-uuiwr u , vWu,m orcn should have a good year, Penning ton has also showed up! well in the practise : games. The- catching staff with r Hartley, Severled, : Hale'; and White ts not especially strong. ' : "' Sisler at First -.. -'y N Sisler will be a star at first base, aniDerrr.l "Pratt ought to beat out any candidate for second. La van and Johnson will fight It out for shortstop. but; neither has showed much in the hitting line Jimmy Austin; Bill Ken wcrthy, who played here - with the All-Americans, and Bigleir aref fighting it out for third base. Austin; is going back, wnile neither KenwOfthy- nor Bigler can be considered as a-star infielder. " : .'" ; , With Shotton, Marsans and Miller the Browns ought to have a good out field, with plenty of ' speed and fair hitting ..ability. ' Sloan, Johnson and Yardley will also Jry out for the Jungle jobs. " ' ' . . " : .. . " Bread as a: daily food' Is eaten by about one-third of the earth's popula tion. In ' many countries rice is the chief food.- . r - - -.' - ' An Englishman has patented a rod . to be fastened to the steering wheel of an automobile to permit it to be guided by the knees. ' PACIFIC LEAGUE MEETING TONIGHT. :' A meeting of the officers and managers of the Pacific League -f will be held at the Star-Bulletin -.office this evening at 7 o'clock. - President Sam Nott has asked 4- all managers to be present this - evening, as a number of matters - of importance will be discussed, -f- Managers of the teams have been requested, to turn in a list of the 4-. 4- players eligible for competition. 4- Representatives of St Louis, 4 4- Asahis, Healanis, McKinley, Ha- 4 4- waiis, Brares, Chinese and Fill- 4 4-; pinos have been asked to be 4 4- present 4-4-: - - .- 4" f 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 ,4- 4- 4 4-4 4-4- In a well -played and hard fought game of : baseball the Ewas, cham pions of the Sugar Cane League, gave indications of again repeating their fine, showing of last year by defeating the 'Joseph Brothers by the score of 6 to 4. The Ewas easily outplayed the Joseph Brothers in all departments of the- game, hitting ; Frank Joseph's curves to ail corners' of the field.. Ah Chong. who started . for the Ewas, pitched an excellent game, hav ing the Joseph Brothers, completely at his mercy inost of the time. M. Or nelIes,"who : relieved him In the sev enth inning, also pitched a good game and was at no time' in danger of oeing batted off tlie . field. J For the. Joseph Brothers; 'Joe " Ornellas ' proved "'the team's mainstay, proving a wizard In the field and a star with the willow. 'After the game the Ewas gave the town team, a good luncheon, which the do j s enjoyed very much after their playing and altogether" the day was an enjoyable one for alL . . .The lineup of the. teams were as fol lows: .'-.. Joseph Brbthers-J. B. Costa, If; I. Onellas, rf: D. SImoa. 3b: Joe Ornel las, cf ; V. Joseph, tsst A. Joseph, lb i- M. Joseph, c; u. Joseph, ?d:, f. ; Jo seph, p. . :;: ,-: 3 : '. .v. ' ' Ewas P. Cordelro. bs : F. Thomas, lb.;. AI. Nawaakoan2b; M. Thomas, 2hi C, Polo, cf; :Ah Chong, p; M. Ornellas, B. 3ento, -cj Joe Travens," If rvT. itodrigues," rf,- J. Cordeirb. rf - 5 a "j The Club Stablejs baseball team Is sues a challenge to anyAateur. base ball club In. the' Islands. This 'oVganf zation 'would like to play., a, practise game with any organized team in the city. V Arrangements for games 11 can be made by addressing. Jphnnie Neef er, manager or. M -Marks, captain at the Club Stables. .; ... i; ; - s The Pacifies would like to meet the Ehlers ; .& Co. "team of., the, Commer cialVLague ioh .Sunda'; afternoon at 1 : 30. It the Ealers ,.Co.team would like to accept this challenge theymay reply - through the . columns ? . of ; the Star-Bulletin. The Pacifies would like id play at Makiki -field.' v : ' j i The AdvertiVer baseball team won another -' game ; yesterday; morning when they took the von ; HamraiYoung team into camp by a. score of 9 to 7. Kahaulelio's homer In tlie second with two "men -on i gave the . Advertiser a 1 start but Vie ver work ' upon the part of the automobile men made the score a tie. Then Ah Toon sewed up things forf thc scribes . by hitting, a homer in the. last" inning. 'The game was played - at Athletic park before a large crowd. . v ; v i The Firestone team representing Smoot & Steinhauser ; . downed the Slight and Searle team on. Sunday by a score of .15 to 13 Simon pitched for the 'Firestone team and held the opponents safe but ragged fielding gave the S & S sfjuad ia. number of runs.'. Simon, -who will pitch for the Hawaiis this year, made four hits In four times at bat Taylor also' pitched a good game but Fas given ragged support. . ; Honolulu Iron Works defeated the Lew era & Cooke team at Moiliili field yesterday morning by a' score of 6 to 1. Henry : Chillingworth was the bright star of the game. The Service First team lost to the Japanese of Waipahu on Sunday by a score of. 7 to 5.- The Honolulu Con struction Comf any team, was handi capped by th6 loss of several players. - To help support the spine of men who do not wear suspenders an in ventor jtas' patented a small brace to be attached to their belts. E'M TEAM WINS ! flllOlRS " " s m TO COMPETE ON TUESDAY NIGHT Duke, .Ctinha, KeJiu Lane and Kruger Will Go After More Records at Y. M. tank If the Honolulu Y. M. C. A . won first place and the championship in the international swimming pentath lon last year--and did it without Duke Kahanamoku, George Cunha and. John Kelil, what win the outcome be this year with the addition of these menr The local team can see nothing but a repeat of last .year's standing. Already one event has the required eight records and In this event the 25-yard towing, a comparison with last year's results can be made. Whereas last year the local team could win but t80 points In this event, the eight best marks male already this year totals 4632. Probably the greatest gain is to be made in this one event, and yet the mark shows that the team this year is much stronger than last.' All along the lines the swimmers are gain ing and this plus the new blood means a great showing for Honolulu. v - Tomorrow night sees the finish of the pentathlon. Duke Kahanamoku, George Cnnha, Stubby Kruger, Clar ence Lane;7 John r Kelif, A. B. Carter and his brother Richard. Ah Kin Yee, John Kealoha. George Fuller. George Hawkins, Jack Hjortn and others are entered In the events and will all prooably, be seen in action again. ;The events which will predominate will :be the -75-yard swim and the full dress" swim: There are some who will also take the 220. The offi cials' Include Clair Tait as starter, Harry Decker, referee ; Lawrence Cun ha, Ben Clark, and Ai E. Larimer as timers and two other tuners to be ad ded ; today to the list. The events start promptly at 8 o'clock and are free, to the public, v McCREDIE BOOSTS FOR " ; CLIMATE AN D PEOPLE r T0 PACIFIC COAST FANS ... : . . . . v - v . ,: A coast exchange has the following to say of the Portland training trip; "Walter McCredle says that Honolulu has the best, facilities for a training camp, and the weather Is4 Ideal! When the players left the. beach at Waikikt they, were all In: excellent condition, although Williams had a bad leg. We wiir try to make arrangements to re turn to. Aloha land. . ; ' v '.The people in Honolulu were won derful. ' They entertained us royally Today's latest Post Phone Ask for Star Honolulu C!lsESE.!!B FlllPItiOS WILL PlflY : l!f 8SM DOUBLE IfflEII SUI W !, t f. Two Fast Teams Will Meet Fort Ruger Tigers and Fcrt Shatter .. at:Mdi!iili Field-r-Exhibition Game Funds Will Go Toward . Purchase of Uniforms for Pacific League TeamsMuch In t:re Taken in Amateur Baseball This Year. T AO (-:.; cf the Pacific League wi;i- play la -irar.ies on Sun Jay1 after nocis it ?!f i'Uii field. Manager Tan Jo tvA C'srtaln KfMig Tai Pong, will If 4 the Oh'uf players of the city in the. firt battle of tne yearwl.en the squad meets the Fort Ruger Tigers. The Filipinos will bat t la against the Engineers of Fcrt Shafter. Beth tearas are anxious to . have , u good crowd out as, the funds for the game will -"be used to purchase - uai forms.,' The double header will br.'ng out some gocd play, and an admission of -3 ccn?s will admit -spectators, to both games. Manager Stewart of the Fcrt Ruger team has : donated the park to the two teams. i ; Chineie Squad ' V , ; The Chinese players have been showing up in good form, and with Nelson Kau in the box should give the Itugerites a hard battle. Ching, Sing, Kong Tal Pong, Sunn Hung, von Sue, Au Hung, Wung, Tan Lo. Kong Sing Loy Tyau, and Lum will be among the players, to ' perform in the first game, . , ' . ' . .' tz-. I larrison may pitch for the Ruger squad, and in that case the Chinese will have plenty of opportunity to try put their hitters'' as the Rugerite has iiad considerable' .experience in hurl ing. ' ThQ Fort Ruger plants wil go to Sckofield oh Sunday to meet the 32d Infantry, but the. Tigers will Jbe strengthened : for-the . occasion and promise' to play a good brand of ball. Lang Akana As' Coach '.' - . ' . Captain Marcial of the Filipino team has been working out .a -number of new men, and :should have a formid able lineup to send against the Shafter team. The, team will practise Tues day, Wednesday, : Thursday ' and Fri day under the eye of Lang Akana who has taken a deep interest in the progress cf the Filipino. Lang knows a baH.' player .when he sees one and maintains that the Filipinos will have one of the fastest stjuads in the Pa cific ,J .eague-this year: ; " ' , ' ' - With Luis, King and Ortir as pitch- and . A.r L. Castle, a wealthy resident of thei; cityv and ' Ben ' Hollinger, one of the supervisors - of the Island metropolis, did everything in their power to make us feel at home' The fans are ,a lively low and know base ball from, A to' Z.",:- ;: Franklin D. Roosevelt, assistant sec s telegraphic and local news is -; . - ti . .,-;A;.-)-'r ,; if... .. , to the 6000 soldiers and their families at Scliofield Barracks through the large circulation of the Star-Bulletin at Uncle Sam's largest post. : ;' :,:' . - -u;- The above shows the Schofield Branch OiTice of the Star Bulletin, where subscriptions, advertising, printing may , be' ordered. Subscription rates, 75c per month, $2 per quarter, $8.00 per year. Advertising and printing rate's upon appli cation.. V;.V;'" : ;.-. ' Star Bulletin '- V f. - Bulletin Branch, Schofield, or ers the team will be well fortified In this department, and Kin? also will work behind the bat. He has a good throwing arm and gets the ball away in a hurry. Planas, the hard hitting player, will be stationed at first, with Rcni at second. .Marcial at short and Patong at third. This quartet is. cer tain to be cne of the fastest In the league this year. . Tomarra. Garcia, Andres, Salonga, Andoy, Ariston, Pasing and Periong are other stars who will be given an opportunity to show what they can do. vIn past games the.'FilipInos have had plenty of pep, and this will not be neglected on Sunday, according to "Let s .Go" Marcial. : ; . r. Beat the Braves v Last year the Filipinos and Braves fought for seven : innings without a run.. Nelson was pitching for the Braves uhd King was on the mound for the Filipinos. An error, a walk, Pasing's doable and Tomarra's .homer in the eighth inning gave the Filipi nos four runs, and King held : the Braves safe in the ninth, shutting them out-j'f,, rt . ' ' With a uuwber of new players prac. tising under the watchful eye of Lang Akana,. fans -Will see a fast team lu action Sunday. ' ' ' - The infield at Molliili Jias been worked into shape and in another week should be especially fast A groundkeeper has been hired to at tend to the field, and the long grass in the outfield has been given a good hair-cut Hundreds who have gath ered at the park the last few weeks believe that in a short time there will not be a ' better field anywhere. With these two games scheduled for Sunday, Manager Stewart believes that there will be a large crowd out Players on both teams will' be, unusu ally busy selling the two-bit - paste boards this week. The youngsters are playing for the love of the game, and all fans interested in the promo tion f ot amateur athletics have been asked by the teams tch help, out in purchasing. the uniforms. "' retary of the navy, sent a telegram to a'commjttcja. of the. Eastern (Yacht. Club expresin.g appreciation for build ing six,, boats for the government 1ft case of war. A corps of 2000 men Is employed In New South Wales in the destruction of rabbits. , ' -' A f communicated Long Distance Blue 0452. ' - r. t -V iC o 59 year '