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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL 23 1912.
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Baseball Chats B y Experts
Two weeks from next Sunday,
the league baseball begins on this
island, After a very successful
season in 1911, except perhaps
pecuniarily the K. A. A. A. ex
pects to give the Kauai public an
even better eutertainment this sea
son. All the teams have been ma
terially strengthened, and with
the backing the Association now
has from the plantations' manage
ments, nothing but success can be
The withdrawal of the Home
stead team, and the substitution
of Waitnea, also is better for the
league in having another strong
team instead of a weak one. This,
from no lack of practice on the
part of the Homesteaders, but on
account of a shortage of a proper
amount of players to choose from.
A look at the different line-ups
might be interesting to note some
of the changes from last year.
Makaweli, last season's pennant
winner, has changed more than
any other team, losing their last
years 2nd. base, short-stop, 1st.
base and left fielder. Also, the
accident to Capt. Akina, leaves
him greatly handicapped. The
battery remains unchanged except
that due to an accident in a prac
tice game, Catcher Fassoth will
probably be out for a few games.
A new short-stop has been secured
in Eddie Honan, who promises to
become the fastest in the league.
Waimea shows up with a splendid
infield and more than average out
field, but will probably be weak
in its battery. John Costa is wor
king out well, while Antone Fer-
nandes, John Raposa and Joe Cos
ta are a great help to any field.
The Team practises regularly
twice a week. The Makaweli 's
practise twice each week, Thurs
days and Sundays.
Kilauea will have the same
battery as last year i. e., Woods
and Sanborn. Wood is a wonder
and he is pitching better ball than
ever before. The line-up is not
materialy different from last year
except 1st base which will be held
down by a new comer i n Kauai
ball, viz: a Filippino. If he shows
up as well in games as in practice
he will be a wonder. Kilauea
practices twice a week, Tuesdays
Composed of the defunct Eleele
and Homestead teams the McBrvde
team is on paper, probably one of
the strongest teams this year.
Loveland. the coach, formerly of
the Cornell squad, handles first,
Takatnni and Spalding have
switched, the former t o 2nd and
Spalding to short, making a much
stronger infield. They are for
tunate in having two batteres also
and their prospects are good.
McBryde practices on 1 hursdays
and Sundays, but will have two
different days when the schedule
K o 1 o a has strengthened all
around and will have an almost
entirely new line up from last year
and intends to make every team
hustle for the cup, expecially if
good team practice is a means to
that end. Fan
Takes Fall at Like Bunch
Editor Gardkn Island
May I ask through your columns
what is the matter with the Lihue
Base ball club? I am aware, that
every other team in the Island has
been steadily practising at least
twice a week, for two months. I
have repeatedly seen notices of
team practise in Tim Gardkn Is
land but have failed t o see a
practice although I have gone to
This is not fair to the public of
Lihue who encourage baseball and
take an interest in their home team.
We want a winning team and not
a lot of dubs. Better have let the
Kapaia team in the league even if
they were poor than a team that
does not have enough interest to
What hurts the most is that we
can have the strongest team if the
boys will practice, and would have
won the cup last year if the team
Let u s hope that our base ball
players will get out and use the
time that is left to good advantage
Thanking you for your space.
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