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Sunday Will Be Rogan Day at They MeefArmy Poioists on saturdayi BOWLERS WIN 1 Moiliili Field; Two Contests ' -yMZ-' . FROMSERVICE Sunday Will Be Rogan Day at Moiliili Field; Two Contests i. in i m: DunMi ftiintc in Centura ftame nf Rav r VlTcGKcId W III iviccl nuyci uianw m - j - .... . m i. . j ticiL r. o.. nUn c m 1 n i, Wilbur Rogan win be presented wun ouuoy uhiiu-iviuc ; .Players Cummings Will Oppose 25th Bill Lee Will Have t New Pitcher for Braves-Asahi Game Big Crowd Expected ! J Next Sunday will be Wilber Rogan S: Day' at Moiliili Field. Baseball play ters of the city )n acknowledgment of .2Une boost given baseball by Hawaii's A foremost-player, will present Rogan J with a cup during the game between :;the 25th Infantry and Kuger Giant. j This will be the big battle of the day. V starting at 3:15. The Braves and Asahis w1il meet in the first game at ' . It was expected that Rogan would -. pitch on Sunday against the Rugerites, h but Manager Carr will perhaps send 'I In Jasper or Jackson as the star of the team has been troubled with a f j sore arm. He will perhaps be seen Hn center field. t . Cumminaa to Pitch. Cummings, the star pitcher of tho I Ruter team, who has never lost a 1 1 game, will perhaps be selected to burl 1 1 against the WreckerB. Cummings is ?4 the type of pitcher who should beat vi the Wrecking crew, and without doubt V: will give a good account of himself, r The Rugerites have proved to be j good hitters, by beating Kelly. Crump ifler and Brinza, and are confident that they will be able to score some runs j off the Wreckers' hurler j ' 'Kelly and Crumpler made the trip H with the Rugerites last Sunday, and one of these pitchers may be in the U lineup against the Wreckers. Man S iger Stewart believes that with Rogan f th6 recipient of a cup, the Jinx r- will go to the Giants. Cummings has " never been defeated, and the fans l will be wondering whether or not the i Wreckers will be able to accomplish ?' what the other teams have failed tc t da Jasper or Jackson. Jasper looks like the logical selec tion' against the. Giants, as -the Ruger ; teim bit Jackson bard Jm ;a, recent s game, and may cause the l(ttle south , - paw some trouble. The Rugerites have 4 one of the best Infields in the Islands, s ' and Bailey; Johnson, vWoxnack and -Darts wake up. a mighty, good com TflnaUon of field era. : J". V j ' TA large - crowd If-expected at lfoiinu Field -to iolm In the reception o Rogan, and the fact that Cummings A fcal been, detected to pitch will mean I more interest, as this barter has made x"a heap of friends by, his nervy; work In the box, and nls ability to hit In v the.plnch.es. The fu& strength of the J2Zth Infantry will be on hand to make . an attack on Cummings. Should the . Giant pitcher win bis game, he will naturally be classed with the toi notchers of the island. The Lineup. lt is expected that the 2"th In fantry team will lineup as foltows: Johnson, c; Swintor c; Jasper, p; Jackson, p; Hawkins, lb; Fagin, 2b; Moore. 3b; Smith, es; Crafton. If; Rogan, cf ; Goliah, rf. Manager Stewart has not yet announced his lineup to oppose the Wreckers, but it is ex pected to be as follows: Benham. c; Brintnall, c; Cummings. p; Bailey, lb; Johnson, 2b; Womack, 3b; Davis, ss; McClain. If; Kelly, cf; Stewart, cf; Langley, rf. It is not yet known who will be the orator to present the cup to Rogan on Sunday, but one of the local speeehmanfcers is being sought for tho occasion. The" usual thing when one i3 presented with a cup is to strike out. Whether Rogan will do this is yet to be seen. Perhaps Cummings can answer the question. Braves vs. Ashahis. A hard battle is expected in the first game of the day although the Braves are expected to be favorites over the Asahis. Bill Lee, manager of the Braves, has announced a new pitcher to start against the little Japanese team. Sam Guerrero, the well known swimmer, is the new star who will bn given a chance to work on Sunday. George Murakami Is shy of pitchers at present, but Yoshi, the hurler for the Y. M. B. A. team of Waipahu may be secured for the occasion. Maesake has been Injured and may not be able to hurl on Sunday. He is round ing to shape and may decide to go in, should the Asahis be in need of hurl ers. Bill Lee Ise Confident. , " BUI Lee will have a strong team in the field. He has made it a point to have a man for-every position, in case a player Is injured. Lee, Nelson and Perry can catch. Silva. Perry ant Rosa are strong at the first sack. In Rosario and Rosa, Lee has two good men to relieve Mara, Gomes and Ana bu. With two speedy outfielders, Ornellaa and Rosario, and! a hard hit ter in O'Sullivan, the Braves ought to be well fortified for a fight tor the second series. Murakami has strengthened his team and will attempt to send the Braves team farther down the ladder. He has a great fielding team, and with a number of good base-runners should make things interesting for'the Brave team. 1 I ' 5 X.' V t i is ' - 1 If'' t . t t : -..y.- V .v .a:- f J s - Avi. ..; . r In an exhibition match at th Armory, the Y. M. C. A. picked team j. teat the All-Service aggregation to a tune of 3 to 0. In spite of the fact that the Service team was short two of its regular bowlers, they put op a good fight but were unable to keep up with the "Y" veterans who roHed a good steady game although they were on strange alleys. iTbe Service ;scpres 888 875. 869. and ,Zti2 of the Y. M. were 793, 752. .78?, and 2312 against the , C. A team. J. W. Canario was high man of the evening in totals with 5S4 or an aver age of 191 for the three games while Wikander was next with a total of 559. The latter led .the high single game with 217 while J. W. Canario . was next with even 200 score. Pletsch er of the All-Service team was high man of his team with a total of 529. He rolled a good game hroughout. Armory Alleys. ! All-Service 'Grooms 183 ; Pletscher .. i Syvertsen . . Henley 133 uenaeii .... Otterback . Three of Kauai players who will to right, James Spalding, John Malina other player not in this picture, be seen in action on Saturday.. Left and Charges Rice. Philip Rice is the - Following the practise match yes terday at Kapiolani park, everything Is ready for the big m;tch which will take place on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Kauai will meet the Army team in the first match of the tourna ment. Inasmuch as the game will not be called until 4 o'clock, the Pacific league will 'play the two baseball games as scheduled at Moiliili Field. An effort will be made to finish the games in order to allow the specta tors and players a chance to see the mrtch. Kauai and Army will make a change in the lineups from that of last year. James Spalding, Charles Rice and John Malina will be the three old men back this year; Philip Rice tak ing the place of Jay Gould. The Kauai combination looked promising in the practise game of yesterday, but will have to be unusually strong to down the Army four. Lieut. Vincent P. Erwin and Lieut. Karl Greenwald are the new men who will suceed Louie, Beard and Haver kamp. Lieut. Erwin learned the game rt the 6th Field Artillery, later play ing on the Mounted Service team at Fcrt Riley. Lieuts. Herr and Hoyle also played on these teams. Lieut. Greenwald played on the 5th Field Artillery, runners up' to the 6th Field team. Herr and Hoyle are well known players, and may be counted upon to play good polo. The Army's strength will perhaps rest with the style of play of the new men. Seats are now on sale, at E. O. Hall & Sons. There will be no bleacher seats near the side, lines this year, the grandstand being used. Auto apace will be reserved on the other Totals Y. M. C. A. Wikander ... J. W. Canario O. Meyer...-. H. S. Canario Williams Totals 1st 2nd 3rd Totals 183 133 155 471 177 172 180 529 149 149 133 178 149 465 146 144 140 430 ... 125 143 26S 793 752 767 2312 1st 2nd 3rd Totals 217 176 166 559 197 200 187 584 155 15 161 149 157 467 15S 182 176 516 ... 168 183 351 88S 875 869 2632 side of the field from the stand. Ac cording to the committee in charge a large number of seats have already been sold for the, match. P ' '" . OAHU WINS IN POLO In a practise polo match at Kapio lani park yesterday afternoon the Oahu team defeated .Kauai by a score of 10 to 3. The Oahu lineup was: No. 1, Walter Macfarlane; No. 2. Har old Castle ; No. 3, Walter Dillingham; GOLFTOIMMT AT HOAIIALUA TO BE HELD Sift! Members of Honolulu Club to 1 Compete, for Wall & Dough erty Cups; Election -! Members of the Honolulu Golf Club will hold their first tournament sine the reopening of Moanalua at tho links on Sunday morning beginning at 9:30 o'clock. Wall & Dougherty have offered two trophies to the win ners of a two ball foursome, and this will be the event selected for tho tourney. An election of officers for the en suing year will take place on the links in the morning, and a number of plans for future play will be dis cussed. The name of Frank Hal stead has been proposed for chair man of the greens committee, and' inasmuch as he has taken a deep In terest in the game, it is expected that he will be the Choice of the members. A lunch will bo served at noon for which there will be a charge to coverj the expenses of catering. At that time it is expected that the plans for real activity on the part of the mem bers wffl be discussed. TENNIS TOURNEY, WILL BEHELD ATNUUANU"Y. The entry list for the Nuuaaa Branch "Y" tennis tourney closed last night The drawings for the matches will take .place today and the sched ule posted. There- are already IS men entered and ft Is expected that there will be about 10 more. The tour nam en t which will be held on the new courts at the corner of Fort and Vine yard streets will start Saturday after noon. It will be a straight elimina tion tournament with possibly a round robin for the semi-finals. NoT 4, Arthur Rice. Kauai No. 1. James Spalding; No. 2, John Malina; No. 3, Charles ttfee; No. 4, Philip Rice. Francis Brown and George Brown refereed. ' rrrrrrr PffillMO ICT " MEDICOS IN BIG ; FIGHT FOR TITLE .- i MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS I 4 ; . NATIONAL LEAGUE. At New York Brooklyn 3, New, York 2; New York 7, Brooklyn 1. At PittsburgPittsburg 3, Cincin nati 2. At Boston Boston 3, Philadelphia 0. Palama Settlement seniors now hold the t, volley ball championship of the city,; but they, may nojibbldj U long. Fotiowingin elimination' contest " at Fort Shafter In which the 'department hospital team , came out ahead, 'the - Medicos 'challenged Palama's title. A two out of three aeries waa arranged. - Palama won one game, and Fort Shaf ter evened matters up "by taking the second; ,r,; ' , i The third :' and . deciding- game . is ' scheduled - for Friday, evening at 8 o'clock.1 By courtesy of the Y. M. C. . AH IL will be -held in the big, games ,halL 'Wbjeh Is neutral' territory for both teams, r ' .'. -' . fcoth' teams are well-drilled aggre ' ,. gatlons of speedy players, and one of . .the fastest exhibition of volleyball w ever. staged In th,e city Is looked for ;,-'by those who' are" familiar with their " ;worlL JShafter Medicos have smashed '. every other team up at the big fort, , 'And tho Palama-Settlement boys have 'Vanquished St. Louis College, Baron's 1 gymnasIum.therY.- M.- A. bulsness ' men's team, the P. B, C's and other Vlesser aspirants for championship hon- ors. - v::. ; " ' . ; Admission to the game will be 2S 1" cents. ' Proceeds will be - donated to -the Red Crpss. .. A ' Fort!;Shafter Molsbergen, captain; Dodge, B. Mj Carlson, J, O. Carlson, '-: Stoegbauer, Gathrlgbt nd West. ; Palama Settlement Lionel Brash, -captain; Abraham Amoy, Wm. Rose- .nilL Frank. RosebHl, Sam Kauka, Jim ' Whlto1 and 'Joe Roberlo; " AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Philadelphia Boston 4, Philadel phia 2. ' At Cleveland Chicago 5, Cleveland 4. - ,-- - .. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet New. York .... 68 38 .651 Cincinnati ... 61 55 .526 Philadelphia 52 47 .525 Chicago 57 St. ' Louis .... . 55 Brooklyn ... 52 Boston . . . . 45 Pittsburg 33 53 52 53 72 .518 .514 .495 .441 .327 LOWREY MAKES GOOD SHOWING 1 V Honolulu tennis was given a big .boost "when ? Alan ' Lowrey and Bretz won . the trst set of a match with Strachan and lnmann at the Long wood courts. The Honolulu boy lost lout in the second and third sets by score of 6-4, 6-4, but John Strachan and F. C Inman are numbered among the leading exponents of tennis In the coontry. These matches were played; 'for tbe benefit of the Red Cross. 't , jiitress of the House Your people ar getting terribly careless an ab- ' solutely new tablecloth was sent home last week torn Into two pieces! - The Laundryman Yus'm but It was only charged for as one article! London Passing: Snow. ; AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Chicago 70 Boston 65 Cleveland 60 Detroit 57 New. York . 32 Washington 51 Philadelphia ....... 40 St Louis 42 42 41 53 53 54 58 63 71 .626 .613 .531 .518 .49r .463 .381 .373 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League At New York Brooklyn 3. New York 2: New York 7, Brooklyn l. At Pittaburg Pittsburg 3, Cincin nati 2T At . Boston Boston 3, Philadelphia 0. ; American' League At Philadelphia Boston 4, Phila delphia 2.- , GAMES TODAY National League Pittsburg-at "Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Chicago at Boston. St Louis at New York. American Leagde No games scheduled. 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