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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1922.
In Ninth Fails
Wacs Take the Lead In Early
Innings and Nose Out One ;
Run Ahead; Heavy Hitting
The Wacs looked more like the
old team of past years on Sunday
afternoon than they have during the
entire season of '22. Although field
lng a triHe ragged, the CummingsiU's
made up for their errors by hitting
hard in the pinches. Waiwaiole made
his first appearance in the box and
while hit freely in the early part, of
the game, steadied down and is credit
ed with a well earned victory.
Wicke hurled for the Mandarins
and like Waiwaiole was hit hard in
the opening innings. That, and ragged
fielding, t lie worst efforts yet dis
played by the Chinese, was respon
sible for their defeat by a score of
9 to 8.
Well Cummings and Silva, the
Mandarin out gardener, featured
through the game with three base
Runs Come In Early
Silva opened the game with a three
bagger; Shim singled, scoring Silva:
Haake hit into a double play and
Enos was retired at first.
Rego opened for the Wacs, reach
ing first on error; Ah Sam walked
Bal hit infield and in the jumble that
followed all hands were safe and
Rego scored; Wells singled, scoring
Jimmie and Bal; Freitas hit safe to
the infield; Waiwaiole singled scor
Five For Mandarins
Wadsworth started a Mandarin ral
ly in the second when he opened
that canto with a single; Wicke hit
to short who erred and all were safe;
Ah Leong attempted a sacrifice,
reached first and Wadsworth scored;
all runners advanced a bag on Wai
waiole's wild pitch; Wong fanned and
was safe on Freitas' error, the bases
were full; Ah Tau struck out; Silva
tripled and scored with three men
ahead of him on an error at short.
Following the lead given them by
the Chinese, the Wacs proceeded to
fall on Wicke for the second time;
Rego reached first on an error by
Ah Tau; Ah Sam safe on fielders,
choice both runners advancing when
Enos erred; Wells singled, scoring
Rego and Ah Sam; Wells caught by
Wicke trying to stretch his hit ; Ah
Leong then erred and Freitas was
safe; Waiwaiole hit by Wicke; P.
Souza tripled, clearing the paths; H.
Game Is Fast
Despite the fact that 17 runs were
scored, the game was the fastest
played on a local diamond during the
year. One hour and twenty five min
utes after the umpire called play ball
the last player was off the diamond
and the second game underway.
The Wacs scored their winning run
in the fourth stanza. Hal reached
first on an error at short ; Wells pops
to Ah Tau; Bal steals; Freitas sacri
ficed; Waiwaiole singled, scoring Bal.
The Mandarins took one in the
seventh. Silva opened the frame with
a pop to second; Shim singled and
stole second; Haake sacrificed and
Shim scored from third on a passed
The Chinese lost their chance to
win the game in the eighth inning;
Wicke led off with a wallop that
was good for two beses; Ah Leong
singled through second but the cen
ter fielder with a beautiful peg caught
Wicke going in to third; Ah Leong
went out stealing.
A, second railing in the ninth was
more successful but fell one run short
of tying the score. With two out
Shim doubled and scored on an error
at short. Haake singled but was out
in an attempt to stretch his hit.
AB R H PO A E
Rego, 6 5 2 0 2 2 3
Joe Silva, 8 10 0 110
Ah Sam. 8 2 2 110 0
Frank Bal, 3 5 2 0 15 0 0
Wells Cummings, 5.. 4 1 2 1 2 0
Ray. Freitas, 2 4 1 0 3 2 2
C. Waiwaiole, 1 3 1 2 0 3 1
P. Souza, 7 4 0 1110
H. Cummings, 4 4 0 0 3 4 0
Jean Bal, 9 4 0 0 0 0 0
Totals . 36 9 6 27 15 6
AB R II PO A E
Joe Silva, 8 5 2 2 1 0 0
H. Shim, 7 5 2 3 2 0 0
Haake. 9 5 0 2 0 0 0
Enos, 4 4 0 1 4 2 3
Wadsworth, 2 4 1 2 6 2 0
Wicke, 1 4 110 3 0
Ah Leong, 5 4 112 2 2
H. Wong, 3 4 1 0 8 0 0
Ah Tau, 6 4 0 0 1 3 4
Totals ...39 8 12 24 12 9
Hits and Runs by Innings
Wacs 44010000 09
Basehits 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6
C. A. C 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 18
Basehits 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 212
Summary Three-base hits: Joe Sil
va 2; two-base hits: P. Souza, Shim.
Wicke; stolen bases: Shim, Enos, J.
Silva. Frank Bal, Wells Cummings,
Waiwaiole; hit by pifcher: Waiwaiole;
double plays: Rego to H. Cummings,
H. Cummings to Frank Bal; bases on
balls: off Wicke, 1; struck out: by
Waiwaiole 3; by Wicke 6; umpires:
A. Garcia and A. Enos; time of game:
1:25; scorer: E. J. Freitas.
HORNSBY TIES WILLIAMS
St Louis, Aug 28 Rogers Hornsby
drove out his thirty second home run
of the season today and is now tied
with Ken Williams for first honors.
According to a correspondent, Rus
sia Is sinking to cannibalism. We
can't imagine the eat-each-other idea
going very far if the Russian are as
fussy as some people when they
find a hair in their food. Buffalo Express.
Sports Are Helpless After
Scoring Lone Tally In First
Inning; Caswell Hit At Will
Seven errors by the Sports and
heavy hitting by Haiku gave the
leaders an easy victory over the
former team by the one sided score
The Sports chased one tally over
the rubber in the first inning and
from that time on Neil Blaisdell who
occupied the mound for the champs
held them scoreless and was at no
Caswell worked for the Sports and
was hit hard and given poor support
He was releived by Scholtz in the
ninth. A feature of Sundays games
was the music furnished by Maples
orchestra and greatly livened things ,
Haiku Leads Early
Alter the Sports had taken a one
run lead at the start of the game.
Haiku came in strong and tallied
twice. Their lead was never over
taken. Three Haiku runners scored in the
third. Chartrand safe on error; Rob
inson filed to right; Chartrand pil
fered second; Cockett walked; Chart
rand stole third; Cockett out stealing
Neil Blaisdell doubled, scoring Chart
rand; Bill Blaisdell doubled, scoring
Neil; Keki safe on error at short;
Haole safe on A. Baldwins error
Pile 'Em Up
Robinson lead off in the fifth with
a single; Cockett Hied to left; Neil
singled, advancing Robinson to third;
B. Blaisdell safe and Robinson out
at plate; Keiki doubled, scoring both
Blaisdells; Haole singled, scoring
The last runs were scored in the
sixth: Chartrand walked hut was out i
. . . -
stealing Robinson Jlted out to center;
uocKeu waiKea; iNen singieu oui au- ,
vanced to third on an error by cen
ter field, Cockett scoring; B. Blaisdell
safe on error at third, Neil scoring.
The game was generally a listless
AB R H PO
Smith, 9 ..
0 0 4
1 0 5
1 3 24 8 8
AB It H PO
,f. Souza. 6 5 1
Chartrand, 7 4 1
Robinson, 4 5 1
Cockett, 2 3 1
N. P.laisdi'll, 1 5 3
R lllaisdell, 9 4 2
Keiki, 5 4 1
Haole, 3 4 0
Coleman, 8 2 0
36 10 11 27 9 5
Hits and Runs by Innings
01 0 10010 03
0 3 0 3 2 0 0 010
302 0 4101 011
Summary Two-base hits: N. Blais
dell, Keiki, B. Blaisdell; sacrifice hits:
Smith: stolen bases: B. Baldwin 2, A.
Baldwin 1, Souza 1. Chartrand 2,
Cockett 1; hit by pitcher: Coleman 2;
bases on balls: off Caswell 3; off N.
Blaisdell 5: struck out: by Caswell 6;
bv N. Blaisde'l 11; wild pitches: N.
Blaisdell 1; umpires: A. Enos and A.
Garcia: time ot game: 1:55. scorer E.
Speed Boat Race To
Be Deep Sea Trial
HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 6 (Associat
ed Press Mail) Among the condi
tions it is proposed to impose on en
tries in the international motor boat
races next February between Miami,
Fla., and Havana is that the owners
of the craft must be aboard during
the contests. Another is that the
contestants engage in a 20 or 25
mile race off Havana so that the
people of Cuba may have an oppor
tunity to view the entry of the Hava
na Yacht Club, Miss Havana, in ac
tion. According to Refael Posso, the Ha
vana yachtsman who is representing
Cuba in the negotiations for the race,
prizes amounting to $10,000 have been
assured through the support given
the event by the National Commis
sion on Encouraging Tourist Travel.
This sum will be divided in three
prizes of $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000
while the winner of the race will re
ceive a $500 trophy, with $300 and
$200 cups to those taking second and
The Miami-Havana race will oc
cupy a unique place in speed boat
ing, according to Mr. Posso, who
points out that while the boats will
race in sheltered waters from Miami
to the southernmost tip of Florida,
in crossing the channel they must be
prepared to meet open sea conditions
which will test the metal of the craft
to the utmost and inject an element
of personal danger for the contest
NEW YORK, Aug. 29 Johnny
Dundee successfully defended the
world's junior lightweight champ
ionship over Vincent Martin.
Dundee received the judges de
cision alter the bout had run the
lull 15 rounds. The fight was
staued at a Brooklyn ring.
COAST FOOTBALL NEWS AND COMMENT
BRUIN'S LOSE MANY VETERAN STARS
BERKELEY, Cal., Associated Press ;
iaii) l nueieaiea tor iwo seasons.;
,)eani weakene(1 by the ,os9 ot nearlvi
j its Pntire veteran line, will have to;
fight harder than ever to hold to its j
J habit of mowing down every eleven it
For California the coming season
; looks to be an "off year," at this date,
.yet the student body has faith that
Coach Andy Smith will whip together
I another eleven to retain the Pacific.
Coast Conference championship.
Many think California will be hand
icapped by the schedule, which calls
for two games away from, home, one
against the I'niversily of Washington
at Seattle and the other against the
I'niversily of Southern California at j
Los Angeles. Another contest off the i
home gridiron will be the "big game" i
against Stanlonl University nt Stan-j
ford. Every team on the schedule is 1
i poinled at the Calilornia game,
especially those elevens which will be
met n their own grounds. ,
California has a wealth of backfield
men but few good linemen, inside of
the end positions, which will be ably
taken care of by "Brick" Muller, the
sensational All-American star, and Bob!
Berkey, another veteran. Charlie Erb, j
veteran quarterback, will captain the j
team. There are so many good backs :
that Smith is considering making one j
of them, possibly Jack Witter, into a
j (Freshman prospects at California I
i this year are bright, for among others
entering, there will be at least eight
stars of the high schools of Santa Ana
and Los Angeles.
High Hopes For Card's
i For the first time in several years
1 the annual "big game" of football be-
tween Stanford and California this
season is expected to be on terms
suiuewiiHi evt'ii, Huuuruiuiii iu .niuuiHl
iautlloritips who ,iave WHlcneil tne
1()ca, eloven g down in deeat e
year since the rugby game was drop-
Stanford's football machine is be
ing strengthened and to add to the;
'optimism here, the California eleven,!
(Undefeated for two years, is losing a I
j veteran line, from tackle to tackle. 1
E ! The star California ends. "Brick" Mul
2 i ler and Berkey, will be back, however,
1 as will the Bruin backfield. I
0 j A new head coach, Andy Kerr, and i
0 ; an advisory coach, Glenn Warner, the i
1 ! old master of Pittsburgh University, i
Hawaii will be represented in the j
Island championship baseball series
to be played in Honolulu next month, I
according to the Hilo Post-Herald, J
which has the following to say con-:
cerning the series; I
"Last night's meeting of the Hilo
Baseball league in the District Court j
room proved an affair of brotherly
love and not the spirited talkfest as
had been expected.
"It had been predicted that there j
would be a long and bitter fight over
the picked team to be sent to Honolu
lu to represent Hilo in the Territorial
series, September 16-17, but the cap
tains of the four teams were merely
instructed to go into private session
and pick out what they considered
the strongest team. This they did
only taking about ten minutes to
reach an understanding. The follow
ing team was picked and will be
known as the All-Hilo.
"Alex Desha will pilot the team on
the invasion by vote of the majority
of the players of the picked team, he
will also be the first string pitcher.
Fred Low and Morinioto will go as
relief hurlers. Yasu and Enamoto
will be the backstops. The infield
which looks like a fast combination
will find Hirotsu at first, Lai Hip
holding down second, the speedy Nu
shida at short and Costa will hold
down the difficult corner at third.
"In the outer garden Ahin will be
at rightfield, Y. Okina at center and
Shimaura at left. Manuel Baptiste
will go as general utility man, Geo.
Medelros will be available for the
game as he will be attending St.
Louis College. Tabrjon will also be
in Honolulu with the crew and will
be on the bench for the Hiloites.
"This makes an aggregation of fif
teen fast players and it looks like a
team that will be well able to take
care of Itself on any diamond. The
local boy's will have a. handicap of
a skin diamond to put up with, but
as they arrive in Honolulu on Septem
ber 12 leaving them four days for
practice, Alex promises to have them
used to the grounds in that time."
Baldwin Bankers' Take Game
From Hawaiian Commercial
Ball players from the Baldwin
Bank at Kahului and the H. C. & S.
Co., at Puunene met in opposition on
the Wailuku ball park Sunday after
noon and the bank won out 17-16.
The mill boys had the game tucked
away with a four run lead when the
ninth inning rolled around but a
quintet of tallys in that stanza put
the bankers on the right side of the
Batteries for the H. C. & S. Co.
1 were A. Ferreira and J. Ferreira,
pitchers, and Koani and Lopez, cat
j chers. For the bank, Engle, Tarn,
, and Kashinoki.
Ready to Help
I "Ma, can't I give baby a bite ot my
i "He has no teeth to bite with yet,
i "Can't I get him yours, ma? They're
I on the bureau." Boston Transcript.
ON CARDINALS HIGH
are handling the football work at
Stanford this year and are expected
to whip out the best team the Cardin
als have had in several seasons.
Twelve veterans of the 1921 eleven
are coming back but most of them
will have to fight for their positions,
for there is a number of strong play
ers who were on last year's Fresh
man team eligible for the varsity this
Dud De Groot will captain the team
from the center position. Other veter
ans returning are Art Wilcox, Faville,
Doughty. Campbell, Pershing, Mertz,
Woodward, Sproule, Hartranft, Stice
and Larson. To fill Jack Patrick's
shoes at fullback, will be Cuddeback,
a member of last year's frosh team.
"Tiny" Hartranft, Stanford's champ
ion weight man and sprinter, probably
will be used at end this year, where
his speed and weight will help. Last
year Hartranft. worked for a time at
guard. If Hartranft can be taught to
throw a football with the same ease
he throws a discus, he will be a star
at forward passing.
The "big game" this year will be
played in the Stanford Stadium, Sat
urday, November 25.
Football enthusiasts of the Multno
mah Amateur Athletic Club of Port
land already are predicting another
coast club championship for the or
ganization's eleven this year.
On paper the club has a strong team
and if Coach Ted Faulk, former Uni
versity of Washington star, can get
the men out and whip a team into
shape, the paper strength should be
converted into real strength.
Prospective Winged M players in
clude Bill Steers, "Brandy" Branden
burg and Billy Reinhart, former Uni
versity of Oregon stars, Bob Pelouze,
ex-Stanford back; Bob Stewart, one
time Oregon Aggie player, the two
Jacobberer brothers, who stared for
Oregon, and Clipper Smith, who play
ed on the Notre Dame eleven.
The 1922 Multnomah schedule fol
lows: Oct. 11, Oregon at Eugene.
Oct. 21, Gonzaga at Portland.
Nov. 4. Oregon Agies at Portland.
Nov. 11, San Francisco Olympic
Club at Portland.
Nov. 18, Ninth Army Corps at Port
land. Several out-of-town games probably
will be played to round out the
Haiku Takes First
Of Title Series
Haiku won the first game of the
East Maui championship series, easi
ly, defeating Paia sixteen to four.
Paia used five pitchers in efforts to
stem the onslaught of the Haiku
tribe but all were hit freely. Errors
contributed greatly to the Haiku
Who is the best pitcher in the Na
tional Leage? (H. D. R.)
When and where will the United j
States Women's Tennis Tourna
ment be held this year? (N. B.)
From whom did Jack Britton win the
welterweight title? (P. McC.)
How many Derby winers did Jockey i
Maher-ride? (G. J. F.) j
When did Walter Johnson join the 1
Washington Club? (R. W. R.)
ANSWERS TO FRIDAY'S
Adams, of Pittsburgh, has beaten the
Giants the greatest number of
Johnny Kilbane and Freddy Welsh
fought a ten-round no-decision bout
Columbia, Cornell, Yale and Pennsyl
vania have won the Eastern Inter
collegiate basketball title.
While the rules of stud poker declare
that the value of the hands is the
same as in draw poker, it is cus
tomary in some clubs to bar
Walter Johnson is thirty four years
Major and Minor Ball
Sunday, Aug. 27 San Francisco
6. 4. Salt Lake 3, 5; Los Angeles 1, 2.
Sacramento 0, 0; Portland 3, 1, Ver
non 9, 6; Seattle 8, 0, Oakland 6, 6.
Sunday, Aug. 27 Philadelphia 1,
Chicago 3; Boston 0, 6, Cincinnatti 9,
7; New York 12, St Louis 8.
Sunday, Aug.- 27 Detroit 2, Wash
ington 7. No others.
SAILORS ON RIOT
! (ASSOCIATED PRESS)
TACOMA Wash. Aug 28 The most
I menacing mob seen here in recent
; years was dispersed last night only
' after every police officer, naval pa
I trols from the vessels in harbor, and
i the military police from Camp Lewis
' had been called to duty to quell a
: riot by a mob of 2000 sailors and
I civilians who were bent on the des
j truction of the St Charles Hotel
I where three sailors had been stabbed
in a dispute over a room, One hun
dred and twenty sailors were arrested
Bobby "Wow! Elsie took a bite
outa my apple."
Mother "You shouldn't cry 60
about a little thing like that.
Bobby "But it was my Adams
apple. Houston Post.
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