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MARINES AND C. A. C.
NINES ARE WINNERS
Portuguese Shut Out bv Half-Wets
i Chinese Bent J. A. Cs.O to 3
B. Yomashiro Pitches for J.
n. it. -.o o o i i o o i o3
U. 8. M. lttllll..O 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
II. H.'.S 0000010 4
TwuImpo lilt, 1 1 ii ' P b ; left on baitcx,
I'. A. C. 4, Marines 0; first banc mi or
rorn, P. A. C. 3. Marines 2; hit I'J'
pitcher, Tli'imtiaon; kIi nek out, liy
Peyton B, I'rcltan 3; Imhch on called
''tills, off Peyton 2, off Krcltas 2; lilts
tiff. Peyton 3, off Krcltns 1. Umpires,
loy mid ChlltlnRworlh; iscoicr W. T.
IIhikiho. Tlmo ot Baino 1 hr. S inln.
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GOOD GAME AT
cstcrdny nt the Athletic Park tho
ball fnnu wcie trcntrd to one really
good game of bisrball, nnil one weak
one. The first Rnnio between tho
Marines nml PortiiRiicso was a beauty
up till the seventh Inning, when thq
Marines scored two runs that were
Ktnrteil by the error of shortstop Hllr
er of thn IV A. C. leain,
If shoit hail not missed n fly nnd
Ihrn had not made IIiIiiks worse by a
wild thmw to first, It Is doubtful If
the Murines would hai'o vcoicil, nnd
tho Kninc nilKht Inn o gone on for
more thuii the nine IiiiiIiiks. As It
wan (tip game, ended 2 to 0 In favor
ot tho Marines. '
Peyton pitched Bxd b.ill for, tho
Marines, and tho victory of the half
wets was popular with everyone. The
fair fans from Camp Very wcro In
tho Krandstnnd nnd they were vory
elillod when the Marines won. Every
Sunday sceral of tho officers' wlvoi
attend nt the Park, vnit they aro crnat
rooters for their tenm. The Marines
havo Improved a lot nnd, although
Wclilmami "the poser" had to drop out
or tho garni! yesterday owing to an
Injury, the boys won out safely.
There was u.blg crowd proncnt nnd
the first game wns much enjoyed:
tho second was fierce nt tho start and
although the C. A. Cs. were n man
short, and had to play Kn Sou, who
should be laid up In bed with his
bad kneo, they hit up thrco runs In
their first Inning, nnd wcionovcr In
danger afterwards. Tho J. A. Cs.
managed to get one run In their sec
ond Inning, but tho Chinese ngnln
scored three men In their third. Tho
C. A. Cs. did no mora scoring, but
the Japanese added ono In their sixth
nnd ono more In tho ninth ami the
gamo ended 6 to 3.
Yninashtro was In thcvjmx for tho
J. A. Cs. and. although ho gavo four
free passes, ho did well everything
considered. Ho nlsu scored ono run
for his sldo by mniiklng a clover dlvo
over tho phito nnd beating catcher
It was a treat In sco a counlu of
Japancso on the J.. A. C. (cam which,
as ii rule does not havo n rcprcsen
tatfvo of the land of Nlpton In tho
field. The defeat of tho 3. A. Cb. wns
hardly expected as they aro leading
In the series; however they did not
seem to care much how thligs went.
and oven with yesterday's defeat
counted In, they lead tho other thrco
The' official scores aro as follow
C. A. C Jluns.,3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 00
I II. ft..t 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 6
J. A. C. lluns..0 10 0 0 10 0 13
II. II. .0 10 0 12 0 0 1 S
Summary Two baso hlU, Knn Yen,
Notlcr: left on bases. C. A. C. 7, J, A
C, i; flrbt bam on errors, C. A. C. 5,
J. A. C. 1; doublo plays, Apnu-Asnm-Akana,
Kan Yen-Amoyj hit by pitcher.
En Sue; struck out, by yamnshlro 3,
Apau 5; bases on called balls, oft Yn
iniisrdro 4, off Apau 2; wild pitch, Apau
1; passed balls, Ah Toon;hlts off Kb
mashlro 4, Apau 6, Umpire, Joy, Chit
llngworth. Bcorer, V. T. Itaposo. Tlmo
of game, 1 hour, 17 minutes,
P. A, C.-rrtuiiB..O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
GUARDS FORFEITED ONE
- MATCH TO FORT RUQERS
HONOLULU C. C. DEFEAT
DAVIES & CO. BEST ELEVEN
Bob Anderson Makes Good Score
Brown Docs Best for Davies
Hatfield in Great Form With
On Saturday nnd Sunday the ml
llaiy lengtio continued Its rorlcs and
four games In nil wore played. One
of the games, however, 'did not count
In the scries, lis It. was only playoil
after the regular gamo had been for
feited. It happened that the N. 0.
II. tea in was two men short, nnd II
had to foifclt to the l-'ert Kugcr
boys. Then, nfterwnrds, tho llospl
tal Co. loaned tho Guards two men,
nnd ii FHtno was played againrt tho
Ituge.s. II ended In n victory for
the N. (1. II. by ' score of 3 to fl. It
was Too bad that the Guards did not
have u full team on the field, and It
Is hoped that It does not incur ngnln.
Tho other game jesterday was
that bctwcoii tho Hospital Co. nml
tho l'ort Bhnftrrs, nnd It ended In
u win for Harry's llcauts by ii scoro
ot 3 to 0. The. llnc-up of tjie IIim-
pltul Co. team has ihungcd a lot,
and many new names uro on tuo
Iloloun Is still plUhlng for tho
Shatters, and his aim seems to be
keeping well, lie struck out seven
men yesterday nnd walked one. Wil
liams, who pitched for tho Hospital
Co.. struck out eight and gave no
Tho Saturday gnmes were also
played at tho league grounds, and n
fair-sized ciowd watched tho strug
gles. The first gamo was betweon
the Fifth Cavalry nnd tho Marines,
and It ended In n victory for the
half-wets by a score of 5 to 2. Gib
son was In the box for tho Marines,
and Sinclair did the catching. Tho
battery was u strong one nnd tho
pair did good work,
Tho Murines scored In the fifth,
sixth, eighth and nine Innings, nnd
tho Cavalry made their two In III
htulmoiits ono In tho first and the
other In tho fourth. Doll utid llob
Inron formed tho bnltery for the
Cnyalry, nnd did ns well as thoy
could under the circumstances.
The serond game on Saturday was
put up by the N. O. II. tcum nnd
the Fort Ilugcrs. It ended In un
easy victory for tho Guards by a
scoro of 8 lu 1. The N. G, II. boys
started things going by making
thrco runs In their first, and. quick
ly followed that up with threo more
In their torond. Tho Ilugers made
one In tho flrBt also, and then there
was no scoring for four Innings. Tho
Guards made two In the seventh, anil
that was nil the scoring done.
Tho military series still kcei go
ing, stroiic, and the greatest Inter
cst'ls taken In tho leaguo by tho
men of the service. Owing to conn,
ter attractions, the crowd does, not
attend at tho league groundB on Sun
days, and on Saturdays there nro not
many people who cajj get away from
work tp see u baseball gamo.
Fancy Dancing' Exhibition
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
TUESDAY- EVE., JUNE zm
Bcrptrom. Music Co.
J. Kin, c Anderson, b Morse, ... 1
Archie Hobcrtson, b Morse .... 2
Wlllliim llrown, not out 3.1
G. Irwin, c Morse, b Mnctcnn,.. 3
A. It. Ilntflcld, q Dcorr, b llalrd 1
11. II, llallcy, c Tucker, b Morse. . 18
A. St. C. Pllnnala, not out 7
Mcllnrdlc did not bat.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
On Saturday altcriioon tho crick
eters got tntsy and played n match
on the Muklkl ground. The Hono
lulu Cilcket Club went up ugalust
tho Davies & Co. eleven ami defeat
cd them by a score of lit to 80. Of
the 11. C. C. total, Dob Anderson
mado no less than 71. nml as tho
byes amounted to eight, thole were
only 3.1 runs mado by the other ten
men an average of 3.5 each, whicli
can not bo called brilliant.
Or tho Davies tutnl. Ilrunn hit up
33. llallcy IK. "Mr. 'Iljes" 11, mid
the rest of the eleven did nut reach
double figures. John Hull of an
poisons mado a gooxc-ugg, and the
only other batsman to make any
thing worth meujlinijlij; was un old
tlmo ptajcr, St. C. Pllauala, who hit
up seven runs. Pllauala learned tho
game In Kuglnnd, and u few )cars
igo was n constant plujer on tho
On Saturday tho II. C. C. batted
llrst, and Ilecrr and Ualrd opened
tho ball for them. Ilntflcld did the
liowling Horn, ono end, uud Uiuwu
handled It from tho other, The
former triindler got irovon wickets
for a small tbtal, nnd llrown took
tho other three batsmen's lives.
Hob Anderson soon gut going
whon be went In, und most of his
hits s:orcd four. Ho hit fiecly all
over the Held, and his drives were
tremendous. One hit lauded on tho
street, anil In tho handH of Kla, but
ns tho ball was caught out ot
bounds, Anderson continued Ills ca
reer ul the bat, till he had lilt up
8 runs, lie gavo n cnuplo of other
chanrcs, whlilt were not taken by
tho Holders, but, still, his exhibition
nt the bat was a good one, nnd
everyono was sorry when ho was
caught by Maclean, of his own sldo,
who wns fielding substitute on tho
For Davies & Co., Culleii and Hull
opened tho enma, but the latter was
quickly scut to tho ilghdibmtt boforo
he had scored. Archlo Knbciuuu
went lu and soon hit up a couple of
ruiiH and then, In trlug to pull
one from tho off stump to leg, was
clean bowled, Kla, another baseball
placer, made one before ho hit ono
Into Hob Anderson's hands, llrown
wis tho only one to get going prop
erly ami ho hit up 33 ruus In good
stilo and carried out his bat. The
full , scores wcro as follow:
HONOLULU CHICKKT CMJ1I.
Decrr, Ii Hatfield
llalrd, c Irwin, b Hatfield 8
Maxwell, c nnd ,b llrown, 3
Maclean, run out 8
Morte. I. Hatfield U
Anderson, c Maclean, b llrown.. 71
Wlncklay, b Hatfield 0
Evans, b Hatfield ..7 ,. . . ,8
Dr. Jolmton, b llatlteld 0
Fiddes, lbw, b HatfloM 8
Tucker, not out . ....... ,
Hyes ', 8
DAVIES & CO,
Thomas Culleii, b Maclean...,. 4
John .Hull, b Maclean
Tho Hawaiian Gun Club,w,llt hold
Its semiannual shoot next Sunday,
nnd nn Interesting program will bo
shot off. Lunch will bo rerved nt
tho club grounds, nnd a general lu.
vltntlon has been extended to ovcry-one.
Dick Sullivan has made arrange
ments to have tho result of tho Jolili-soti-Jeffrles
fight, round by round.
poMcil at his place of birlness on
The standing In thn Oaliu leaguo
Is a a follows: Japanese A, C, .!2r;
C A. C. .Sit: P. A. C.: .120; Ma
Hawaiian Opera House
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Will Be in Honolulu
Merely Mary Ann
The greatest success of nay Amir
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The Henry McRae Stock Comnanv's
Jlcst Comedy I
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