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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, May 28, 1912.
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Alexander Ball Grounds
lMie first official base-ball game to
be played on the new grounds at
Elcele, was played on Sunday the
19th. inst, between the home team,
McBryde and the Lihues.
Just before the starting of the
game, Mr. v. v, Mcuryde, who
in the absence of Mr. F. A. Alex
ander had been requested to dedi
cate the new field by throwing the
first ball from the pi tellers box over
the home plate, made the follow
Ladies and Gentlemen. In the
absence of Mr. F. A. Alexander I
have been requested to dedicate
this Park. I can assure you I ap
preciate the honor. I am sure that
the employees of the McBryde
Sugar Co., particularly and the
public in general will join me in
extending to Mr. Alexander our
thanks and appreciation of his
generosity l n setting aside this
piece of land for the purposes of a
Park and field for sports, and of
haveng gotten the grounds into the
splendid condition in which you
now see them. I trust that the
bringing together of those from all
sections of this Island in friendly
contests on this field will be con
ducive to a general feeling of good
fellowship and thus will redound
to the benefit of all of us and of the
Island of Kauai, the Island we love
so well and of which we are so
proud. I therefore in the name of
Mr. Alexander dedicate this field,
the same to be called and known
as Alexander Park."
After the first ball was tossed
over the plate, the game soon start
ed, at 1.30. The Lihues who play
ed good ball last season, made a
poor showing against the Mc
Brydes, the latter outclassing them
in everyway, piling up 21 runs as
against Lihues 2.
Although Gabriel pitched a good
game, however he received poor
support. For eight consecutive in
nings, the Lihues failed to reach
the home goal, and it was only in
the lucky ninth that they managed
to get two men across the plate,
one getting home when Akana
balked, thus saving them from a
Akana, who pitched a winning
game for the McBrydes proved an
excellent twirler by striking out
eleven men and allowing but five
hits and two passes. Loveland, at
first played a heady and a n error
less game. Great credit is due him
and Mr. Morse, manager of the
team for the way they handled
McBrydes fielding was splendid,
throwing accurate and batting ex
cellently. J. Perreira (Spalding) the
star second baseman and shortstop
of the McBryde team, distinguish
ed himself a slugger and as fast as
a deer on bases. Out of six times
at bat, he walloped live hits, one
home bagger, one double, three
singles and one sacrifice, with four
steals and four put outs to his
credit. Following was the line-up.
Puaoi c; Lorenzo cf.; II. Mali
na If.; Makanani ss.; Kamau 3 b.;
Doi rf.; & 1 b ; Anakaleto 2 b.;
Gabriel p; Maximino rf.;
Takitani 2 b.; J. Perreira ss.;
Andrade If.; Johnson cf.; Loveland
1 b. Aki c; A. Perrira 3 b.; Joe
Medeiros rf.: Akana p.; Mar. Ro-
belloc; Manuel Robello ct.; Jor
dan Medeiro rf.
Home run J, Perreira, Andrade.
3 base hit Kamau. 2 base hit Lo-
m r f Tl I T
renzo, fdaKauani, j. rerrcmi, iu
veland, Aki, 2; Akana. bacrilice
hits J. Perreira, Takitani. Struck
out By Gabriel, 1. By Kamaka, 3.
By Akana, 2. Bases on balls Ult
Gabriel, 1. Off Kamaka, 1. Off
Akana, 2. Balk. Akana. U m
nire E. Deverill.
William Opuntii the star second
baseman on the school team has
signed up with the Lihue basebll
squad of Kauai. He will join their
ranks at the close of school.
"Bill" is a good player and is
some batter. It is probable that
Eddie Noah will be seen in the
Hawaii line-up this summer.
The Lihue diamond was the
scene of the most exciting game of
the season last .Sunday when in a
ten inning game, the home team
defeated the visitors with a score
of 8-7. Classy playing marked the
game from first to last, and had
not a balk occurred i n the 9th.
inning, the Waimca team would
have stood chances of ending the
game. However, the catcher fum
bled, and the Lihue man on the 3rd.
quitcly walked to the home plate.
Kubey and Honan umpired the
game and, al tough the decision re
garding the balk caused a little
ripple of excitement, the rule book
backed the umpire and the dove of
peace soon returned. A fairly re
presentative crowd was in atten
dance, and rooting was. iboul even
ly divided between the two teams.
The home team showed big im
provement all of which was due to
more attention to practice.
Over in Koloa the Kilatiea's
went tramping around the bases in
Indian style. At the finish they
had 24 and the Koloa's 8.
The game was marred by a fire
which delayed the game about an
hour as the players had to quit to
help put the fire out.
Classy ball was played in Maka-
weh last Sunday when that team
defeated the rejuvenated K. A. C's.
ii a 6 to 0 struggle. Incidentally
they gave them a coat of white
wash the first of the season. Al
tho' they failed to cross the home
plate there were a few occasions
when a timely hit would have
broken the string of goose eggs.
In the middle of the game the K.
A. C's had bases' full and no outs.
However Honan fanned the next
batter up and the next one hit a
hot one to shot who caught it and
sent it to first completing a double
STANDING OF TEAMS
W. L. PC
McBryde 2 0 1000
Kilatiea 2 0 1000
Makaweli 2 1 667
K. A. C. 2,1 667
Lihue 1 2 333
Waimea 0 2 000
Koloa 0 3 000
Next Sunday's Games.
Lihue to Kilauea
Koloa to Waimea
Makaweli to McBryde
Ye Arts & Crafts Shop, the lead
ing art shop in Honolulu has mov
ed into its new quarters on Fort
Street where customers will be
greeted with the same courtesy
which has always been the policy
of this establishment. A new and
extremely artistic line of Italian
pottery, hardened and specially
prepared for out door plants, has
been received and are being snap
ped up as fast as they arrive. Read
ad on page 3.
More than one of Kauai's citiz
ens can tistify to the ability of Joe
Coehn, Honolulu's big show man,
in selecting material suitable
to the demands of the theater
goers. The Hugo minstrels were
well worth taking the trip to town
for that express purpose. What a
pity 'tis that Kauai cannot find
some way by which it might induce
ciiaIi -v 1 - i r - i r f tie I ni
Coehn is a show promotor of thet
first water and well deserving of i
the high prise he so often receives. '
The following passengers arrived
on the Kinau Wednesday morning
May 21. Frank Crawford, Hee
Fat, C. II. Hustace, Mr. Strader,
Mrs. D. M. Brown, Miss Farbon,
C. K. Kay, John Nicoder, Captain
Kennedy, Captain Puck, Thomas
Sent cowrs for cither
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Klri-lrk- liiditi-tl s-idi- ami
MiTlne lipiiicti m
Spceili meters. Front wheel equipped with
(.'earfi.r Warner Auto-meter. Speedometer
furnished at price according to style ami
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uLi T 1 IX Willi nil 1 whoiesomeness of the
HUDSON "33" Roadster
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We have just' received a li; . of goods never befor offered
to the public. The wheatley, Hard fired out-door pottery is
an exact reproduction of the old Italian pieces.
It is suitable, for plants anywhere, but especially for plants
kept out of doors.
Call and see them or ask for description and prices.
Headquarter for picture framing
Ye Arts and rafts Shop
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Agents For Kauai, In The
J. M. Kaneakua on membership
W. II .Rice, Merchandise, Lihue
Rev. J. A. Akina membership,
C. B. Hofgaard & Co. Ltd.,
FINE JOB PRINTING AT THE
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standard set in our canneries. There will then be
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Same cImhsh us used forthoMn.E-A-Mixiti:
Itoad-tor. IVitrary to most
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comfortable cur. The weight is bo
distributed that rough roads can Iks
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able Hinn with extra rim and tire
irons, lucgace carrier. Thirty gallon
L'asoline and ten gallon oil tank capa
city. Same lamp" and other equip
ment in on larger cars.
Touring Car. live passenger.
Torpedo, four pas-enger. "
".!:. Hoad.-ter, two passenger.
Mii.i:-a-Minitt. KoAnsTr.it, two pus
"I'liger. l'-iuipmetit include-', Hosch Duplex
system magneto and storage battery,
.'1 oil and '-' ga lump", highest quality,
xtra strong. Mack euau.el anil brawn;
I'n-.-t O I.it.- (aid: (ga" generator fur
i.ished iii-ti-. d of l'rest-O-Litt; tank if
desired;) horn; l-iiicli tires on De
Touiing Car IS gallon".
Toipodo K! 1-2 gallons.
"It:! ' Roadster !!0 gallons gasoline, 10 gallons
Mii.i:-A-MiNt'Ti: KoAisri:it, same as Koadster.
Touring Car U757 lbs.
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Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
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that has the full flavor, quality
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