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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6, 1917.
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DOUBLE BILL AT
MOILIILI HELD
SUNDAY, JUNE 10
All-Stars Meet Baby Regiment
Team; Game of Asahis and
St. Louis Should Feature
BASEBALL PROGRAM
Saturday. 1:46 Chinese vs
Ha-
walla at MelliUI Field.
Saturday. 3:30 Bravea vs. Heala
nia at MolllMI Field.
Sunday, 1:30 8t Leuia vs. Asahis
at MolHlll Field.
Sunday, 3:16 All-Stara va. 32nd In
fantry at Molliili Field.
Sunday, 9:00 Reach va. von
HamnvYoung at Athletic park.
Sunday, 10:30 Spalding va. Hono
lulu Iron Worke at Athletic park.
Sunday, 9:00 Mutual va. Star-Bulletin
at Molllill Field.
Sunday. 10:30 Sehuman va, Ser.
vies First at Molllill Field.
Sunday, 1:30 Portuguese va. Chi
nese at Athletic park.
Sunday, 3:10 St. Louis .va. Jaea-
neee at Athletlo park.
Two real battles will be staged at
Mollim Field on 8unday afternoon of
this week, tad ft la a queatlon aa to
which will be the feature. . After the
game that the 8L Loula put up
against tlx Bravea la the 12 Inning
game, they hare won a heap of
friends, and the Asahis hare also
clared real baseball. Then the All
Stara and 22 d Infantry in battle la
the second game which may be the
real tilt of the day.
As far as real toslde baseball is con
cerned there is no question but that
the first gome will be the feature.
Hero are the tiro leading teams of
HawmlL as far as team work, know
tof .tho inalds baseball and
rno Is concerned.- That has been
conceded by the majority of the fans.
Oil U1W iu,t (u iuuiuu u at twaM
ana from start .to' finish.
J.ii: AILStare va. Infant
.rv And the same.tnay.be -said for tha
..-'. J - M A A ,.. m-M M. 1L. All
r ,, tar looked like a new team and
: played real base nalL while Meahaw-of
v J, i nretty fair-pitcllcxt Ifaahaw n and
vnusyter rww pvrra.p an va ejec
tions, y. .; v'.f -"!.'ni t'"
Gems oacc to tar cm game um bl
"v Tmta tn.m TiiM tit RriTpi .
''. ; score) of 4;t.vSvia 13 inning on Sab
- ?urlay -Th BrTe8 defeated the fast
Japanese nvaor aicore 01 in
V a ten-tnnter ie'ahd.had ell of the
? ibreak. Ttts'ought to make' the two
v'V. teams eater the same 'on about : an
'" V If svtots Nip '.witaont'a doubt," and
i- Jf vail baseball tans who. bar seen these
teams in' action wm : turelyb proa
: r. nt to .iratclv.th tilt which, may .send
. "vx , nrsx piace - in me
.leaxuw'iThavAaiLU .must b consid-
. ered for this rame. and a,Tlctory by
the little Japanese 4 players will put
tbea-4a: tbirunntesT for' the: pexmant
without oabfc'-..r -
ji uamav Maesak, Hayseidea ana
'lXarknam xaay b seen'tn actloo la
this same, and without' a doubt ta
fins of Honolulu will see some of th
: .rtngUM. ben,se4ule4JZSr6V HenkTr
.-r.Uy tpopular amoTor ; the " fans '.and
neither team has been plcked as a
.'favorite, to date. V ' "' ' " '"':
' ' ftiatry." In the last came, or Crumpler
may -start -to the box for. the All-Stars
- . y .uriau. ' woo DKiBBxen tjia im in.
: V -, U almost' certain to be the 'selection
. . ror one zza inrantry.. me infants
-: glared rood ball' against the Wreck-
r. ers'last Etmdaj and ought to make
6TAR-SULLCT1N GIVES VOU
TODAY'S NEWS TODAY
Pddlay
Next dine you take occasion to go to pier 6
, or 7;;to'cee a boat iri or out, maki it a point to
- 'kill 2 birds with one stone" by dropping in
at our off ice to talk over the poultry business.
We are primed with a whole lot of practical
'information that has helped many an amateur
? poulterer to make money on a few hens.
If you have had any peculiar difficulties in
way, we will probably be able to help you,
y too. A special mixed
an expense to a profit
oMimftl
MULE RACE WILL
BE REAL THING
AT RACE EVENT
Beard, Rice, Castle, Grace
Angus, Dillingham, Shingle
and Lowrey Will Ride
Wilson ...
Link
Ltne
Fern
Rote
W. J. B. . .
Pringle ...
Kahaulello
Louie Beard
Arthur H. Rico
Harold K. Caatie
John S. Grao?
George H. An gut
Hatold G. Dillingham
. . Robert W. Shingle
Allan Lowrey
At first blush the above would ap
pear to be a roster of a meeting politi
cal, but any Idea formed to this effect
ia entirely erroneous. In the first col
umn we have the entries and in the
second the Jockeys for the great and
oalj "mule race" of the rapidly ap
proaching racing meet of the Hawal
Polo and Racing Club. The mounts
are the bon ton of the nightingale fam
fll,of Kona; the rl6;rs ans too well
known as sportsmen to call for com
ment.
It will be noted that no favorites
are played so far aa parties political
are' concerned and all question of a
"straight ticket" is removed from
consideration. The only question that
suggests Itself is what has become of
Supervisor Ben Hollmger's little pets
from Kona. Why are th5e not entered
in this race, or are they there aa
"ringers"?
Among the arrivals at Kapiolani
Park track yesterday were the mounts
of the enlisted men from Scnofleld
Barracks, also Salisfax. Robert and
Mohawk Boy. Al three were on then
track -bright ' and early this morn Ins
and were clocked to fast, time, consid
ering it being -their first work-out
since their arrival. One or more of
these three .thoroughbreds is entered
for the bif races of the meet and the
rivalry is keen between owners and
jockeys. Especially is this true in the
mile and the mile and a halt evvqc of
next" Saturday and the one and one
fourth mile race of Mondayr Kamehsr
pieha day; These three., races should
bm "th -class tat "anything. ever out
rover In Honolulu.
AUGUST GUERRERO WINS
: IU TENNIS MATCH AT "Y"
August,. Quernero won the first
matclt of the T. M. ' C. A. tennis teur-
nament yesteTday'when be defeated
L-XBenke two on of three sets.. By
sxd''eeneralshlpv placement and de-
ienstreworJc ' Guerrero ; proved , to be
tne better player, jnagmg rrom ine
game i be played' yesterday, Guerrero
will nave '.a good chance to serve in
to finals. -
Henke went down to defeat because
of his lack of control on his defensive
playing and the ability of his oppo
nent to place -the ba4 in the alleys.
The .match was well played by both
parties . as Is shown by four duce
aaa to the first set and three in the
second
The score by games was: first
set Guerrero 6, Henke 3; second set
The -jrxt match will be, held tomor-
row, when jXtTvE. Taylor' will meet
Alatau nder.:and.B. M. Knollenberg
wfll batOevaxuliist:C. -A. Pease. The
match between W. "A, Horn and A. B.
Carter will be played Friday at 5 p, m.
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They Helped Defeat Punahou Team
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Mills octette, prominent In the
ander field, when Mills defeated Punahou by a score of 10 to 5. Mills has
steooed into the calcium thle year In baseball, and has surprised many of
the ether teams. The players from left to right, tipper, are: - Wah Han,
the fast little shortflelder, who will play with the Chineae team of the Pa
cific League; Wataae, the third eack.er.of the team; Sunn Hung, the leading
hitter of the team,' who la already a
Kee Chan, the first sacKer. Lowerr-Pol
r.fa. and Ah Fong, l.f.
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And Edbsalmra .
Meet June 19
Young Santell wilt meet Edosakura,
the local Japanese - wrestler, ' at the
Asahl theater on Tuesday evening,
June 19. The -bout will begin at 9
o'clock and will be preceded by two
preliminaries. The first preliminary
will be called at 8 o'clock.
Young Santell has met a number of
the leading middle-weights on the
mainland, and his bouts with Roma
noff, Jeaklna and Waltef Miller has
eiven him a good reputation, : Edosa
kura is a master of the catch-as-eatch-can
style, and is confident that he will
dofra his opponent to the coming
match. It will be the best two out of
three."
C. A. Pease,- assistant physical dl
rector, otc the 'f r Jd. C. A, .wffl referee
thebout, Ito,, the well kuown Jap
anese Champion nov on the mainland,
lsi anxious to meet the . winner, . and it
M expected that's, match will be ar
ranged' in the very near future.
MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS
YESTERDAY
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Won Lost
Chicago .29 13
Boston 27 14
Pet
.696
.614
New York 22 18
Cleveland 24 23
St. Louis 19 23
Detroit 17 24
.550
.511
.452
.415
.357
.351
Pet
.630
.611
.603
Washington 15
Philadelphia 13
24
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Won Lost
Chicago 29
New York 22
Philadelphia 23
SL Louis 22
Boston 14
Cincinnati 19
Brooklyn 14
Pittsburg 14
17
14
15
19
19
26
20
27
.537
.424
.422
.412
GAMES TODAY
National League
Boat on at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
American League
Chicago at Washington.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
COAST LEAGUE
COAST LEAGUE
Won Lost
Pet
.597
.525
,518
.483
.460
.414
San Francisco
Oakland
Salt Lake ...
Loa Angeles .
37
31
29
28
29
24
25
28
27
30
34
34
Vernon
Portland
Yesterday's Results
At Portland Portland 2, Salt Lake
1.
At Los Angeles Loa Angeles 3, San
Francisco 1.
At Oakland Vernon S, Oakland 3;
dames TciiV-,. ---v-v
YoUDff
Santell
happenings yesterday afternoon at Alex-
memner or tne cninese team, ana nan
Llm, r.f Oklno, c.f.; Sblnkawa,
Palama and the P. B. a clubs will
meet this evening at Palama Settle
ment in the opening game of a trian
gular series which will decide for the
present at least which team is the un
disputed champion In the volleyball
realm.
There are those who may fancy that
volleyball is a game such as ping
pong, but 'tis not so.
The Paiamas have but recently
taken to volleyball, but have already
by consistent' practise and ipterdub
games developed a fast first-class
bunch of players and are going to be
a hard team to beat.
Lionel Brash, the Palama captain,
is a player that believes in efficient
team work and has rounded his men
into tiptop shape.
The P. B. C. team, headed by J.
Gomes and made up of a number of
the Braves, have entered with but
little hope of bringing home the ba
con, but with a determination of doing
their very best and building for the
future. The P. B. C. club is a new
organization and this coming Septem
ber at the beginning of the year's
sport they are booked to enter teams
in all the different events. The sche
dule is as follows:
Palama and P. B. C. at Palama Wed
nesday, June 6.
P. B. C. and Nomads at Kakaako,
Friday, June 8.
Nomads and Palama at Palama,
Wednesday, June 13.
Palama and P. B. C. at Kakaako,
Friday, June 15.
P. B. C. and Nomads at Y. M. C. A.,
Tuesday, June 19.
Nomads and Palama at Y. M. C. A..
Tuesday, June 26.
Y. W. C. A. TENNIS ON
AT HOMESTEAD COURTS
Much interest is being taken in the
Y. W. C. A. tennis tournament now
being held to the Homestead courts.
The matches will be concluded on Sat
urday morning:, when the .winner of
the Thursday round meets the Ha
waiian Girls' Club'. The schedule for
matches each afternoon at 3:30 is as
follows :
Tuesday: Girl Guardian Society
Elsie Wong vs. Tse Mni Alice Soong;
Wakaba Kai Masayo Kurayo vs. Lei
Mamo Mrs. M. Lum.
Wednesday: Jolly McKinleyites
Maria Prestage vs. Lyrio Mary Faria.
Winners of Tuesday play each other.
Thursday: Wednesday winners play
each other.
Saturday, at 10 a. m. Winner of
Thursday plays Hawaiian Girls' Club.
After ths
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PALAtllA TONIGHT
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ST. LOUIS LEADS IN
AND IN
Srhnlactir AupranAC Shnw thp
Saints at Top; Marknam,
Nushida, Kauhane Lead
St. Louis leads the other teams
the Interscholastic League in the aver
ages compiled ur to yesterday. The
Red and Blue squad has the edge in
batting and a slight lead in fielding
Markham of St. Loui6, Nushida of
INTERSCHOLASTIC
FIELDING
St Louis ...
Mills
McKlnley . .
Punahou .
Kamehameha
8t. Louis
Milla .
Punahou
McKlnley ...
Kamehameha
Markham, St. Louia
Nushida, McKlnley
Chong, Ml Ma
Chun Chew, St. Louis . . .
Kauhane, Punahou
Tsuklyama, McKlnley . .
Lai 8in, St. Louis
Grovea, Kamehameha . . .
De la Nux, Kamehameha
Sunn Hung, Mills . .
Iwanaga, McKlnley
Mlyahara, McKlnley
Decker, Punahou
Chang, Punahou
Suzuki, McKlnley
Haneberg, SL Louia
Kurlaake, St. Loula
Wah Han, Mills
Oklno, Milla
Crabbe, Kamehameha ...
Fun Luke, St. Louis ....
Ahn, Milla
Pol Llm, Milla
Lam Wing, SL Louia . . .
Dower, Kamehameha ...
Baldwin, Punahou
Kekfp!t;St. Luois
Peterson, Punahou
fell ' Milla
...............
n.i wiiap r- aM M.MBiii.iia
Ah Fong, Mills .........
King Tan, St. Louia
Gohier, Kamehameha . . .
Faasoth, Punahou
AkSna, Punahou V
Mahikou, Punahou
McGuIre, ' Kamehameha .
Hueeey, kamehameha ..
Masalthi, MeKmiey ...
Lulan, MtKlnley .......
LLow, .McKlnley
Cocke tt, Kamehameha ..
Han Kee, Milla
Luke, Punaheu
Dawson, Kamehameha . .
Wadcworth, Punahou . . .
Kong, McKlnley
Bun He, SL Louia
Hin Char, Mills
Kan Leong, McKlnley . .
Kanalulu, Kamehameha .
Hayselden, 8L Louis
Okano, McKlnley
Wataae, Mills .
Ten Char, Mills
Rodrigues, SL Louis
Martin,' Kamehameha . . .
Shinkawa, Mills
Rothschild, Punahou . . .
Maeau, McKinley
Undo, McKinley
Cockett, St. Louis
Coleman, Kamehameha .
Souza, McKinley
Kuehn, Punahou
Reeder, Punahou
Loo, McKlnley
Richmond, Kamehameha
Fuller, Kamehameha . . .
KapakuL Kamehameha . .
Akana, . Kamehameha . . .
Nick Ylm, St. Louia
Pekelo, Punahou
Yuen, Milla
DISAPPOINTED CROWD
FAILS TO SEE GAME
AT PARK YESTERDAY
Hundreds of baseball fans were dis
appointed yesterday afternoon when
the St. Louis and McKinley game
which was to have been played at
Athletic park was called off, as no no
To Learn the Printing Trade
Interesting- Work, Good Pay. Splendid Future, in the
Y.M.C. A. Co
New term opens July Openings for 10
boys in-Printing Shops and 20 boys in
othertbnziness ihonxes. Inqnire; et t VL
BATTING
FIELDING IN LEAGUE!
J McKinley. Chun Che of St Louis
and Kauhane of Punahcu are the lead-
! ing hitters to date. Sunn Hung leads
. the Mills team In nitting with an aver-
age of .318 and Groves tops the Kara
ofib'ud. ,e,dr , ,33l T"-
age. iBumjimi ui fviniey ail an
average of .346. It is a coincidence i
that the leading batters In this league j
are all members of the Pacific League.
me averages tor games up to yes
terday noon are as follows:
LEAGUE AVERAGES
AVERAGES
P.O. A. E. T.C. PCT.
161 79 23 263 912
204 98 33 340 838
187 102 39 323 881
153 87 37 277 866
177 103 44 324 864
AVERAGES
A.B R. H. PCT.
213 49 56 262
247 45 50 202
188 34 38 202
250 50 50 200
216 16 42 . 195
NG AVERAGES
A.B. R. H. PCT.
12 3 7 583
10 3 5 500
2 1 1 500
21 5 8 381
22 4 8 364
26, H 9 345
24 8 8 333
27 1 9 333
3 1 1 333
22 6 7 318
29 6 9 310
30 4 9 300
10 2 3 300
14 2 4 288
29 8 4 275
22 8 6 273
26 S 7 219
30 6 8 266
30 7 8 266
19 4 5 263
23 7 6 261
23 4 6 261
4 0 1 250
17 3 4 235
'22 3 5 227
.....,,....:. 4 4 222
3 2 222
23 6 5 217
28 6 .8 . 214
H 3 4 210
28 5 6 -214
19 3 4 210
15 2 3 200
- .15 1 4 174
........ 20 6 4 200
16 3 3 187
........ 23 1 4 174
.24 0 4 167
...v.;... 12 1 2 167
........ .25 3 4 160
',.19 6 3 187
.... 26 0 4 154
27 4 4 148
21 1 3 143
7 0 1 143
15 3 2 133
24 4 3 t2S
24 3 3 125
....v.. 8 0 1 125
25 1 3 120
11 1 1 091
12 0 1 083
13 1 1 077
15 2 1 066
17 1 1 058
2 0 0 000
,3 0 0 000
14 2 0 000
2 0 0 000
2 0 0 000
3 0 0 000
2 0 0 000
3 0 0 000
2 1 0 000
5 0 0 000
5 0 0 000
2 0 0 000
2 1 0 000
3 1 0 000
5 0 0 000
1 0 0 COO
1 0 0 000
2 1 0 000
1 0 0 000
tification was given to the newspa
pers, and by 3:30 there was a large
crowd present at the field.
It is not known when the teams will
play, as the field is not yet in good
condition. Saints and Punahou have
a postponed game which ia scheduled
for Friday afternoon, and if weather
conditions are favorable this contest
will be played off then.
Waialted !
- operative Trade School
Half time in shop, half time in classes.
Cooperating
MANOA TO RS
DEFEAT PUNAHOU 0
IN SLOW BATTLE
Mills Takes Advantage of Slips
of Buff and Blue Players;
Baldwin Not in Form
"Sleepy" Baldwin, the star Punahou
south side flinger. was off form
terday afternoon and as a result the
Mills School team won a featureless
game from Punahou at Alexander
Field by a score of 10 to o.
During his term on the mound
which lasted three Innings, the Manoa
boys gathered a total of five runs,
which was Quite enough to start
things off in good shape. Kuehn re
placed the southpaw and was also
found for five runs.
Ahn Soon Nam, the iron
on man 00
fas sent to
the Mills pitching staff, was .tent
tha firing line and succeeded in hold
ing the Buff and Blue team safe. He
was'' backed by good support,-" al
though Punahou excelled in this de
partment of the game. Baldwin and
Has Kee Chan both broke through
with homers during the1 afternoon.
Wah Han, Sunn Hung and Ishil
played good ball for Mills and Sunn
Hung led ia the hittln? for the day
for his team while Akana, Baldwin
and Mahlkoa were the leaders with
tbt bat for Punahou.
Kuehn took the mound ia the fourtt J
Inning and was wild for one inning."""
but for four Innings he pitched excel
lent ball, allowing but one more hit.
Punahou gave three runs away in the
ninth by throwing the ball aroujtd.
Punahou has made lots of Improve
ments this year, the foundation has
been laid for a good team for 1918.
Fassoth will make a catcher in' anV
other year, Peterson ia an excellent.
first sacker. K. Decker, Chang,
Reeder and Crane will make good in
fielders, and Akana, Mahlkoa land
others show outfield stuff. Also Pun
ahou haa come way up in -batting.
Coach Bergman has worked hard wltii
the green stuff and there is Uttl y.
doubt that Punahou will. have a pen
nant looking crew next season-.
Punahou plays St. Louis on Friday
afternoon, at Athletic park.
, The score U as. toUew,;- ,.
, MILLS -
ABRHSBPOAE
Ah, Foag. H.,...u5 vl . O, V V 9
Sunn" Hung, 2b.. 4 11 4 0 4 l
Wah Han, as.... - 3 n j'l 0
oktoo ct w. . . . r. z - (f a f -o i 3
Han Kee, lb 3 2 10 J 0 2 .
Ahh Soon, p .... 3 1 10 1 1 u
Frank Ishil. c... 4 0 0 0 9 X '
Ten Char, 3b..;. 4 0 0 0 d & 1
Hin Char, rf.... 4 11 0 f
Totals ,
Akaaar If ....
Decker, ss ...
Peterson, lb .
Baldwin, p rf.
Chang, , 3b
Mahlkoa, ct ..
Fassoth, c
Luge. 2b ..
Kuehn, rf p
Wsdsworth
34 10 5 3 27 n 4V'
PUNaHOU
AB R HSBPCiA K
5 12 13 0 9
5 2 1 0 0 2 0 '
2 0 1 0 10 0 H
5 2 2 0 1.00
4 0 0 0 Gill
4 0 '2 0 fi -
4 0 0 4 11 2 ( I
v 4 0 0 0 2 1 T
..4 0 0 0 0 J Q
.. l o o o o -a .o
Totals ........33 5 8 1 27 10 1
.; WtdswoTth batted far - Kaehzr - In
ninth. , -
Hits and runs by innings: "
Mills V... 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 ir-10
Base bits .. .O w a 1 0 0 0 1 05 1
Punahou ...... 0 0 3 0 2 v 0 0 6
Base hits ... 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 2-J
Home runs; Han Kee Chan. Baldv
win; twt-base hit. Sunn Hung;.scrt
flee, hits, OklnA 1; hit ' by pitched-
Oklno, Ahn Soon Nam 2, Hin Char.
Wah Han; bases on balls, oft Bald
win 1, off Kuehn off Ahn 3; struck
out, by Baldwin 4, by Kuehn by
Ahn 7; wild, pitchet, Baldwin 2.
Kuehn 1; passed balls Fassoth a.
ishil l. Umpire, Blondy Williams.
Time of game. 2:25.
PACIFIC LEAGUE MEETING
There will he a meeting ef the '
Paeific League-it - 5 - o'clock en
Thursday afternoon at the Y. M.
C. A. Ali officers arfd managers
4- are requested te be present at this 4-4-
meeting, as number .-of matters 4
of importance will be discussed
at this time. ;
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Full pay.
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