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THE PACTFIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MONDAY, MAT 3, 1909.
V..... X NATIONAL GUARD SWAMPS THE LEILEHUA SPORTSMEN Large Crowd of Fans Takes Train to Schofield Barracks io Watch the Guards Win Great Victory. Standing of the Military League. . P. W. Pet. N. G. H. '.. 2 2 1.000 5th Cavalry , 2 1 .500 Marines .. 2 1 .500 Fort Shafter 2 0 .000 N. G. H., 10; 5th Cavalry, 1. Oh. the N. G. H. are there with! the goods; They handed it out in a bunch To the1 rollicking boys of the four-foot team In spite of a very large lunch. Although they had ballast inside them. They wandered from base to base, And they hit the plate ten times, they did, Ttight in the very same place. ! It was a long string of cars that the 9:15 train pulled out of the depot yes terday morning, and it was a big gang of rooters that were on their way to leilehua to see the Guards hand it to the poor old Cavalry bunch. All the good old fans were there Avith a new consignment of yells to make things lively, and it was a prop erly confluent aggregation of local ?ntnusiast9 who invaded the mystic confines of Schofield barracks. The train arrived on schedule and then people began to feel hungry and looked around for lunch. The players got theirs, but some oi the visitors who had relied on the Post restau rant, while they did not exactly go hungry, stated that trie, enthusiasm of the Honolulu fans had not been prop erty Judged by the management of the restaurant. But eating was a small matter. There was plenty to keep one's thoughts away from mere fodder. Shortly after the train arrived there was guard mount, with ull acces sories in the way of the noted Fifth band, mounted and playing in' great ' style. Crowd Gathers Early. By 1 o'clock the parade ground was covered With expectant fans. There were officers from the Fifth, Twentieth and Marines, and there were many members of the fair sex, all waiting anxiously for the big doings to com mence. Automobiles were very much In evidence, each with a load of en thusiasts who had come out from Ho nolulu to see-the game, and the crowd cheered mightily when orders were sent round for everybody to clear back of the lines and the Guards walk ed out on the field for warming up. The X. G. H. team went in first, and there was great jubilation when they were disposed of with no hits and no runs. But the Cavalry boys took the same dose, and then things began to happen. In the second inning the uard3 scored two wit ly two hits, and from that time on had no trouble, whatever, although the four-leggers scored one, their only one, in the sec ond half of that inning. Lemon Does Good Work. The real feature of the game was Lemon's work at shortstop. He took seven hard chances, real, live, hot, gingery things that would take the lingers off most number sixes, but he never foozled a one of them and was not credited with a single error. Bushnell pitched one grand game. He had the live ones of Leilehua guessing and passed out a series of curves that looked like the makai side of Diamond Head. Soares, the ' 'Tiser Kid," was also there with the big mitt, and he and Bushnell had a little picnic party all to themselves. Neither the fielding nor the battery of the Fifth was up to snuff. Their shortstop made three vital errors, and A DOSE of the Bitters before each meal will make the appetite normal, ail diges tion and keep the bowels open, thus making you feel good all the time. Get a bottle of t H OSTE riER CELEBRATED S STOMACH BitterS today and you'll be thankful many times afterwards. It also prevents Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion, Costiveness, Bil iousness and Malarial Fever. FOR SALE BY Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd. Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Hilo Drug Co., and at all Wholesale Liquor Dealers. Bell, while he kept his head and did not go up in the air, was found at every stage of the game, and the vis iting batters had plenty of fun wal loping him for seven hits. - Another Battery Needed. "With a different battery and more practise in the field the boys of the Fifth may finally put up a very good game against the N. G. H., but it looks sadly as though most of the in terest had already left the Military League series. The Marines and Fort Shafter may have a pleasant time fighting for third place, but it seems certain that the Guards will easily take the pennant, with the Fifth sec end, and the other two teams scrap ping it out to see who shall be last. The Games by Innings. First Inning Lemon walks, Kaai sacrifices Lemon to second, but Lemon is out on fielder's choice; Bushnell skies and Kaai is out dreaming at first. Sheppard fans, Groninger dies, Walters has a funeral. Second Inning Sumner singles, Lota walks him to second, Kaai fans, Mar callino singles Sumner to third and Lota to second; Sumner in on wild pitch; Soares dies, Lota scores on wild pitch, Burns fans; 2 runs. Hanson dies, Butler bingles, Bates funeralizes, Butler burgles to second, Hartley bin gles and Butler romps, Nies dies; 1 run. 2 to 1, N. G. H. Third Inning Lemon fans, Kaai dies. Bushnell ditto. Sheppard pops foul, Groninger bingles, Walters skies and ;Tanson dies. Fourth Inning Sumner dies, Lota and Kaia fan. Butler fans, Bates dies, Hartley safe at first, but Nies skies. Fifth Inning Marcallino dies, Soares bingles. Burns sacrifices Soares to set ond, Lemon bingles and brings the " 'Tiser Kid" home; Kaai skies; 1 run. Bell, Sheppard and Groninger die. Sixth Inning Bushnell bingles, Sum ner to first on shortstop's error. Lota skies and Kaia dies while Bushnell and Sumner steal, the former home; then Sumner comes in on blocked ball; Marcallino skies; 2 runs. Walters skies; Harris, taking Hanson's place, skies, as also Butler. Seventh Inning Soares walks and is out stealing second; Oom Paul, he? fans; Lemon walks, steals second and dies trying to rob third, leaving Kaai standing on first. Bates tries to make three out of a dauble and is out at third; Hartley dies, and Rolling, for Nies, skies. Eighth Inning Bushnell dies, Sum ner walks and Lota ditto; Kaia bin gles and Sumner scores; Marcallino out at first, but Soares doubles Lota home; Soares goes to third on a wild pitch, while Kaia scores; Burns reaches first on shortstop's error, while Soares romps; Lemon skies; 4 runs. Bell dies, Sheppard ditto, Gro ninger bingles srrid Walters is safe on second baseman's error, but Harris skies. Ninth Inning Kaai tries to make a double out of a bingle, and dies; Bush nell bingles and Sumner fans; Bush nell steals third and Lota is safe, while Bushnell scores on a bunch of errors; 1 run. Butler and Bates die and Hartley skies. The official score was as follows: CAVALRY AB RBH SBPOAE Sheppard, lb. .4 0 0 0 9 00 Groninger, 3b .. 4 0 2 0 3 4 0 Walters, ss ...... 4 0 0 0 1 3 3 Hanson, cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Butler, rf 4 1 1 0 110 Bates, 2b 4 0 0 0 5 01 Hartley, c 4 0 1 0 8 2 2 Nies, If 2 0 0 -0 0 0 0 Bell, p 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 Rolling, If 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Harris, cf 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 34 1 4 0 27 13 7 N. G. H. . AB R BH SB PO A E Lemon, ss 3 0 1 0 2 70 Kaai, cf 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bushnell, p 5 2 ,1 2 0 3 0 Sumner, rf 4 3 1 1 0 0 0 Lota. 3b 3 2 0 0 3 4 1 Kaia. 2b 5 1 1 0 3 2 2 Marcallino, lb .. 4 0 1 0 16 0 1 Soares, c 3 2 2 0 3 10 Burns, If 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 Totals 36 10 7 4 27 18 4 Cavalry: Runs..0 1 00000001 B. H..0 210000104 N. G. H.: Runs..0 2 0 0 1 2 0 4 110 B- H..0 200210207 Two-base hits, Lemon, Soares; bases on balls, off Bell 6: struck out, by Bell 8, Bushnell 2: wild pitches, Bell 5; passed balls. Hartley 2; sacrifice hits, Walters, Kaai, Bushnell, Burns: double plays, Groninger to Sheppard, Butler to Hartley. Time of game, 1 hour 45 minutes; umpire, E. Fernan dez; scorer, K. L. Andrews. The South Coast Yacht Club has challenged to race for the San Fran cisco challenge cup, on San Francisco bay, against the Corinthian club, the present holders. Two yeaTs ago they sent a small yacht up, which was bad ly beaten in the chop of the wind swept bay. The challenging yacht is being built for Joe Pugh, who owned the Monsoon, an Eastern designed yacht that got hers from Walter Fol som's Mischief II. Should the South erners win this race, the cup is liable to stay in southern waters, as the San Fr.inciscans are not much on smooth water sailing. XKXX0XOOfCOXXXXXXXX04 GET YOUR ' TICKETS FOR MAY g. The sale of tickets for the Yacht Club opening and excur sion to Pearl Harbor on Sunday, May 9, will close at the Ad vertiser office at 2 p. m. on Saturday, May 8. The fare for the round trip to Pearl Harboincludlng lunch and a trip round the harbor to viev? the new Government works, is $1.50 and $2.50 for a gentleman and lady. The Mokolii is a steamer and will tow the Luka. Therfe will be several sailing yachts as well and everybody who takes advantage of this great op portunity to go to Pearl Harbor by water can have choice of going by steamer or sail-boat. CX0XXOCOC0XXXKXXCKXC HDP HE IS BADLY DOUSED C. A. C.'sHand it to the White Sox and Dragonlets May Win Out. Standing of Cupid League. P. W. . Pet. Aala A. C. 6 6 .833 Chinese A. C. ......... 8 6 .750 Honolulu White Sox .., 7 4 .571 Japanese A. C. ........ 7 3 .428 Reach A. C. Retired from league.) By W. Tin Chong. The Dragonlets defeated the White Sox yesterday afternoon at Aala Park by a score of 7 to 4 in one of the best baseball games seen there for some tl me. There was a large crowd pres ent, and this added much to the pleas ure of the afternoon. This victory puts the Chinese A. C. up to the sec ond place in the Cupid League, and should the White Sox defeat the Aalas next Sunday, they will have all the chances of winning the championship of the second series. j ; In the preliminary . game between the Yokohama Specie Bank and Wall, Nichols Co., the latter team won by the close score of 9 to 7. It was an exciting contest from beginning to end and caused ulenty of laughs for those who were fortunate enough to be present. . - The game between th White Sox and the Chinese lads began with the former at bat. ' May was the first man up and retired by the pitcher to first base route: Both Pickard and Ross failed to locate Apau and were sent to the bench. The Dragonlets made good with two runs In this inning. Aiona found the cemetery at first, but Sing Chong wetted the ball and took two bases. Then he went to third , on a passed ball by Brito, and romped on a single by Eng Sang. Chi Bui flew to Notley at right and Eng Sang swiped the next sack. Pickard went to take a nap at first and Eng Sang stole home. It was a clever steal, and all the Chi nese fans went wild with joy. ' Asam bingled, but died in an attempt to connect the next base. This ended the inning, with the Dragonlets two runs ahead. In the second inning there was noth ing doing for 'either team. The third saw the score tied. Tom Yen was safe on Eng Sang's fumble, and stole sec ond. May died at first in the same way. Pickard sent a hot grounder through short and stole second, which also gave an opportunity for Tom Yen to score. Ross died on a fly to Chi Bui. Notley doubled and scored Pick ard. Brito retired at first. In the fourth inning the White Sox scored another run, Franco being the man who 'crossed the plate this time. There was no scoring for the Dragon lets until the sixth inning, when they made two runs. In the seventh the trick was repeated. Irt the eighth Ako romped for the last time for the Chinese lads. This brought the score up to 7 runs to 3 in their favor. For awhile the ninth inning seemed like victory for the Hoplets. Samuel di Hoppo began to get busy on the coachline line in this inning. Notley, Brito and Franco each walked in suc cession. Apau went up in the air and it took a lot of coaching from Chi Bui to put him to his senses again. When the bases were full, everybody went wild, but through the' heady work of Sing Chong, at short, both Notley and Brito were caught off their bases. Ah Toon came in with a two-bagger, send ing the horsehlde sphere into the stream, and Franco came walking home. Of course, a whole lot of. talk ing began among the crowd. Samuel di Hoppo then thought it was "ka huna" and Home Rule Notley said it was merely "hard luck." If Notley and Brito wore not caught asleep off their bases, it would have been three runs for the Hoplets, and all the chances to win. . It was a good game from beginning to end, and everybody was glad that they were there. Next Sunday the National Guard team will cross bats with the Fort Shafter nine, and the Aalas will play the White Sox. The following is the official score: WHITE SOX AB R BH SB PO A E A. May, cf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 Pickard, lb .... 4 1 2 1 13 11 J. Ross, 3b 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 Notley, rf . 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 H. Brito. c .... 3 0 0 0 311 Franco, 2b 3 2 2 1 2 3 0 Ah Toon, If 4 0 10 10 0 Markham, p 4 0 0 0 0 4 2 Tom Yen, ss.. 3 1 1 1 0 31 Totals. .31 3 24 13 6 SAM . . . C. A. C. AB R BH SB PO AE J. Alona, 2b 5 0 1 0 4 2 0 Sing Chong, ss.. 4 2 2 1 2 2 0 Bug Sang, lb .. 4 2 1 2 7 0 1 Chi Bui,- c ..... 3 0 0 0 10 3 0 A. Asam, rf 4 1 2 11 10 Hong Chack, If. 4 11110 0 Akb, 3b 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 J. Leong, cf .... 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 I Apau, p 3 0 3 1 0 4 0 Totals.. ....33 7 11 6 27 12 2 White Sox: Runs..0 0210000 14 B. H..0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 7 C, A. C: Runs. .2 0000221 7 B. H..3 0 1 0 2 2 2 1 11 Two-base hits, Notley, Franco, Ah Toon, Sing Chong, Asam, Leong, Apau; bases on balls, off Markham 1, Apau 4; struck out, by Markham 3, Apau 7; wild pitch, Apau; passed ball, Brito; sacrifice hits. Sing Chong, Chi Bui. T .ae of game, 1 hour 55 min utes; vaipire, Davis; scorer, W. Tin Chong. WEIGHT WINS . IN MEDAL PLAY There was a fair turnout for the open ing at Moanalua of the Honolulu Golf Club yesterday. The occasion was a medal play tournament, which was won by C. S. Weight after a tie with F. W. Klebahn. These two played off and Weight won out, so that the veteran German athlete had to be content with second prize. The putting greens were in excellent shape, but the fair greens were long with grass. The weather was fine after a threaten of rain, and the day's play was thoroughly enjoyed. . The official list of scores was: Score. Hdcp. Net. C. S. Weight .... 101 15 86 P. Klebahn ...... 95 9 , 86 Austin White .... 88 scr 88 E. Munro . . ..... 106 15 91 G. S. Leithead ... 108 .12 96 E. O. White 103 5 98 J. D. Mclnerny . . 115 ; 15 100 W, C. Wilder 118 15 103 W. Simpson ..... 110 6. 104 E. A. Jordan .... 127 18 109 S. G. Wilder 120 9 111 H. A. White 126 15 111 C. F. White ..... 134 15 119 k Sport Notes The Kewalos won the championship of . the Atkinson League by defeating the Marines yesterday morning at At kinson Park by a score of 8 to 5. ' George Freeth has "brought charges of professionalism against thirty- eight swimmers of California to pre vent their taking part in the big doings at Seattle during the Yukon Alaska fair. One of these is Elton Brown, a member of a very prominent family in Los Angeles. The charge against young Brown, who is now at Stanford, is that he once dived for pennies at Avalon. The next in the interscholastic se ries of gamts will be this afternoon at Alexander field. The Kams will butt up against the Saints and will trv to repeat their victory of last Sat urday over the Puns and see if they can not redeem themselves for the licking they took from these' same Saints last Thursday. The game will start at 3:30 promptly. President Taft states that he is hoo doo when it comes to baseball games. He went out and rooted vigorously for the Washington team against the Bos ton Americans, but the more he root ed the more the long A's bingled, and the Washington team lost by 8 to 4. The Keaukaha Rod and Gun Club of HUo is getting very busy. They have acquired some breeding ponds and have stocked some of them with mullet. Others will be used for the preservation and propagation of other fish. The stocking of the ponds was fittingly celebrated by several mem bers of the club. Some of them got wet outside. The others, oh, well! The Waialua team got theirs again in the Plantation League series yes te uay from Waianae. The score is va-iously reported as being 9 to 3, 11 to 4. and 18 to 6, with odds in favor of the 9 to 3. . Governor Gillett has signed the bill passed by the last California legisla ture forbidamg prize fights on .Memo rial Day. The bachelors of Bank?, Oregon, have roused the wrath of the girls of the town, by their action in organizing a matrimonial club and advertising for wives in the Portland papers. A lunatic climbed to the top of the cupola on the State Asylum at Stock ton.. Cal., made a speeen to tne as sembled crowd and threatened to jump to death. He was rescued with dif ficulty bv attendants. . 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