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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1909.
4th of July
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OPENING OF THE
Tremendous Crowd Attends Aala
Frk Where Kewalos Defeat
Palamas And Fort Shafters Go
Down To Alohas-Mayor Pitches
"Well, they nearly whitewashed
uh, but not quite," remarked one of
we Fort Sliariers yesleruny. "Y,e,
chipped In nnotlier soldier, "but wo
ore nut done by a lonK way. We will
stick to the came till the finish and
hIiow them we are not afraid nt nil."
And that In Jmt the sentiment
that all expected to be heard express
ed by the Shatter boys, They must
not take one defeat too much to
heart, and everybody knows that
they had an off day yesterday. That
sort of thing Is liable to happen to
any team, and ma) be the Alohas will
break out In the same way next
Hut all tbo samo the came be
tween the Shutters and Alohas wus
fierce, and It Was only the fact that
it looked bad on an opening day to
leave the ground before the finish
of a game that kept most of the spec
Included In the llnc-up of the Alo
has were some well-known players
who used to play with the Marines.
Iioth the half-wet pitchers were on
hand, nnd Qaw and Coll also played
with the Alohas. Gibson pitched
right through the game, und there
was no need to call on Illncs, as the
Shafters could not get hold of "dlb-
les' " curves at all.
llrlto caught in good style, and
Akana, on first, held the bag down
In first-class manner. Oaw played
his usual steady game nt short, and
Ooll was satisfactory at third.
For the Shatters, Iloloun did well
for n couple of innings,, and then
blew up altogether, and nftcr the
Alohas had made no less than ten
runs in the fourth Ramsey was put
Into the box. The new pitcher did
much bettor, and it is a pity that
Captain McCall did not make the
change earlier in the game. There
waB no further scoring after Kamiey
took the ball, but the lead of the
Alohas was too big for the Shatters
McCall, always a trier, simply ex
celled himself yesterday and played
a beautiful game. Old "Hed," as he
is affectionately called by the rest
of the bunch, Is a first-class man,
nnd It Is u treat to watch him iilay.
'Ho never knows when he is beaten,
and the way he files over the ground
Is wonderful. The. Shafters could
take u leuf out of "Hod's" book with
great advantage to the future play
of the team as a whole. This McCall
would do well umongst some of the
"lllg" teamB In this city, as he
plays a heady game, and Is a great
Datenmn, who took the mask after
Sttouso hnd made, a feeble attempt
to hold down the Job, had not re
covered from his recent Illness, and
did not play In his usual brilliant
style. Still ho was n great Improve
ment on Strnuse, and, ns with the
pitcher, the. change should have been
Co,ngol was reltablo and did good
work In tho left Held, but at times
the whole bunch would go up In tho
air, and the Alohas would come. In
oer the plate so often that the spec
tators would be In doubt as to
whether six, eight or ten runs had
There wera n lot of changes
made In tho Shatter team and it was
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Secretaries or other author
ized representatives of clubs
are asked to send in a list of
events, scheduled by them, thut
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to tho Sporting Kdt-
tor, Evening Bulletin.
June 2": ChtneseAlohas vs.
I'alamas vs. Fort Shatters.
' June 2C: Match.
June 26: Moanalua.
July 3: Sullivan vs. Cordell.
July 3: Surconl vs. Terry.
July G: Team.
GIBSON, THE MARINE PITCHER,
WHO WON YESTERDAY'S GAME.
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In the Fourth,
Tho Shafters managed to score
two runs In the sixth, llatcman und
Howe coming In with Blldes over the
plate. Hut the soldier boys had
made their effort too late, and the
name ended 14 to 2 In favor of tho
The first game between the Ke
walos and I'alamas was n much bet
ter ono and was won by the former
tiam by a score of r to 3. The Ke
walos scored fhe runs before the
I'alamas had broken the ice, und It
looked all to tho bad for the lutter
team. Hut In the seventh the Fa-
lamas got n move on and scored two
runs, which they quickly followed up
with ono more in the eighth, ,
After that there waB no more scor
ing, and the game ended as before
stated. Debonle uud Joseph formed
the battery for tho Kewalos and
made a stiong combination. Their
work was good nt ull times. For the
I'alamas I'aaluhl und lloopul held the
most responsible positions and they
also did well.
There was a tremendous crowd
present, and there was hardly stand
Ing room In tho l'nrk, Tho Hawa
iian band was In evidence and play
ed rlRht through the aftornoon. The
music was much appreciated, and
many were the requests for "Just
one more tune, Captain." A big
bunch of peoplo gathered In the
band stand, and a fair number of
ladles ulso ginted tho building.
Major Fern pitched the first ball
und A. I.. C. Atkinson hit It down
to the left Held, but, although ha was
tneouraged to run to first, would
not do so. This little ceremony
opened the Itlvemtde League series
and then the fun began.
1 2 3 4 S (i 7 8 9
Huns 0 U u 0 U 0 2 1 03
II. II 1 1 O.U I 0 1 2 0 G
atlins 0 0 2 3 0 U 0 0 r
U. If. . . 0 0 2 4 0 10 0 '7
Two-base hits, I'auluhl, M, Joseph,
Orncllas, F. Joseph; three-base hit, F.
Joseph; base cm balls, o I'aaluhl 3, o
Dcponte 3; struck out, by I'aaluhl C,
by Deponlo C; hit by pitcher, Klwj,
sacrifice hits. Holster, Frcltas; double
play, Aylett to Kaal to Kama. Tlnm
of game, 1 hour 36 minutes. Umpire,
Williams. Scorer, Tin Chong,
BOTH ATTEIX BROTHEBS-
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Uncle Sara furnisher the
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Rockets, Pinwheels, Crack
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Canes- Balloons, Flage, Can
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Exhibition assortments ftom
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SAN FHANCISCO, June 19.
Monte Attell defeated Nelll tonight
In the eighteenth round' for the ban
The whole Attell family have now
pretty well taken It out of Nelll,
and he must feel a bit sick when he
thinks of the Hebrew bunch. Abe
Attell In 1906 passed Nelll bis lit
tle package In the twentieth round,
and now Urother Monte puts it over
the one-time champion In the eigh
Nelll was one of the best In his
time, but appears to have gone back
u. lot in recent years. It probably u
i- case of the pitcher going once (or
twice) too often to the well, Montu
was never In his brother's class us u
boxer, und It all goes to show that
Nelll has seen his best das.
BELAY RACE IS WON
BY HEAIANI CLUB.
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Impossible for the official scorer to , . of h
mako up a proper card. In the
fourth, when the Alohas made ten
tuns, the fans went crazy with ex
citement, and tho row they mado
must have been heard miles away.
(Coll was tho first mun to get home,
and hoswas followed by Illncs, Gib
son, Harris, Ah Toon, llrlto and
Oaw, Then Colt started out again
und lomped homo and tho rest of
tho bunch played follow my leader,
illnes and Olgson making one more
inn each. Oh, It was u lovely circus,
nnd the Shafters did not seem ablo
to stop or throw a ball properly.
The Alohas scored In their very
first Inning, both Franco and Akana
getting home. They mado two more
in tho third through tho agency of
Akuna and Ah Toon, and then, as be-
Bj Hour or Trip.
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ond guriio was not complete:
AH It HII 811
Klwa, cf 6 0 0 0
KhuI, 2b 4 1 0 1
Ayleit, ss 4 n 1 o
Kaopua. If 4 0 2 0
Kama, lb 4 1 0 1
I'aaluhl, p 3 1 2 a
Holster, 3b 3 0 0 0
lopu. rl 2 o
Hoopnl, c 3 0 0 0
Fllzer, if 2 0 0 I)
Totals 34 3 G
ah 11 hii hii o
Q. Medelros, cf. ..3 1 0 1 1
M. Frcltas. ss 3 o 0
A. Souza, 3b 3
M. Ueponto, p. . .1
I'lmeutal, 2b 3
M, Joseph, c. ... 4
OrnelluH, rf 3
F. Joseph, lb. ... 3
Mlko Frlclas. If. . .3
24 12 3
The lleulunl lloat Club members
pulled off the relay swimming race
In great style on Saturday, and do-j
(eated the Myrtles by a very uairowt
margin after a hard tussle,
Os and Cunha swum In fine form
and made very (ast time over their
tectlon of the course. They were
well backed up by the rest of the
llealunl teum, nnd the combination
proved Just u trifle too good for tho
rival club, ,
There were u number of spectators
and the race was much enjoyed by
nil those present. The members of
both teams were in flue condition,
end all the men hud no trouble in
covering the distance In good time.
1 he teums were us follows: Ilea
Innl Oss, Cunha, Fuller, Mane,
Kumakuu uud Ilrny. Myrtles
Ulrdler, Center, llechert, Kerr, I'ude
kln and H. Center.
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Dick Sullivan starts work ut Fort
Shutter this afternoon, ami no doubt
u big buuc bof faus will turn out to
watch the champion ut his training
stunts, Al Hlne will look after Sul
livan, nd us he Is an experienced
man at the work no doubt the popu
lar middleweight will be well looked
There will be un Important meet
ing of the Oalm Hasebull League to
t.ight at 7; 30 o'clock. The meeting
will be held nt the Ileal Estate Kx
change, and ull members ure re
quested to attend,
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