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THE OAttDEN ISLAND. TUEifDAX DEC. 16, 1919
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BASEBALL AT KAPAA
The usual doublehcader of the Ka
waihau Athletic Association was stag
ed here on Sunday. In the first game,
the Stars defeated the Farmers 4-1 in
a rather uninteresting game, that is,
from the spectators point of View.
There were no spectacular stunts to
cause excitement and the result could
have been forseen soon after the
In the second game, the Asahis ap
plied a coat of whitewash to the Ha-
walls, the final score being 7-0. The
Hawaiis managed to get runnels on
third and second three times and once
filled the bases with only one down,
but the necessary hit could not be de
livered. The pitcher of the Asahis
was in rare form, as the Hawaii's hit
ters, who had pounded out thirteen
runs against their opponents the Sun
day previous, were unable to connect
safely when a hit was needed.
One redeeming feature of the games
was the umpiring which seemed to be
satisfactory to all concerned. There
were no disputes and the two games
were pulled off in record time.
Every team In the league has now
been whitewashed at least once; the
Hawaiis being the last to suffer a de
feat via the shut-out route. The stand
ing of the teams for the second series
is now as follows:
W L Pc.
Asahis 4 0 1,000
Stars 2 2 .500
Hawaiis 1 3 .250
Farmers 1 3 .250
Iu Bun Hee, star shortstop of the
Makee baseball team of the Kauai
Senior League, arrived from Honolulu
last Friday to spend the Christmas
vacation at his Kapaa home. He ex
pects to participate In the coming
games between the Asahl baseball
team of Honolulu and the local picked
KOLOA DEVELOPING FAST TEAM
Koloa is rapidly developing a basket
ball team in the new social hall, and
will soon be ready for match games
with all comers.
THE ASAHIS ARE COMING
John Fernandes, the promoter of
sports on Kauai, has made arrange-
ments to have the Asahl ball team, of
Honolulu, visit Kauai New Year's week
for a series of games.
The Asahi's first appearance will be
at Waipouli race track on New Year's
day, where they will meet the All
Kauai's. The game will start at 2
Besides the baseball game, there will
be the usual New Year's races, that
are held over year by the Spaldings.
The Asahi is the champion Japanese
team, having cleaned up all 'comers
on Oahu, Maul and Hawaii, -but It re
mains to be seen it they can turn the
trick on Kauai.
The Asahis intend to visit Japan
next year and are watching the work
of the different Japanese players on
their tours, with a view of signing on
the most promising material.
The lineup for the New Year's game
will be as. follows:
Nobuchl, c; Mitzu, p; Antone Per
reira, 1st; John Spalding, 2nd; U. Bun
Hee, ss; Hopil, 3rd; King, rf; M. Per
relra, cf; F. Fernandez, If; Akita,
Morita and Bob Okuda, subs.
Kurasakl, Yamaguchl, Murokami,
Komenaka, Okino, MiBheda, Iwata,
Tokuda, Nakamura, Yoshikawa, Mori
yama and Zenimura.
On Saturday, January 3rd, at 2 o'
clock at Lihue Park the Asahis will
meet a team composed of Kauai's best
Japanese players. This should be a
good game, and may give some of the
local boys a chance to prove them
selves good enough to sign on for the
trip to Japan. The local lineup will
be as follows:
Nobuchl, c; Mitzu, p; Okuda, 1st;
Akita, 2nd; Tsunehlro, ss; Watase,
3rd; Watase, cf; Morita, rf; Klnj, If;
Doi, Tal, Shirai, subs.
A Double Header
On Sunday, January 4th, there will
be two games at Waipouli race track.
The first game will start at 10 o'clock
In the morning when the Asahis will
meet the P. A. C.
At 2 o'clock the Llhue's, holders of
the 1919 Island championship, will
cross bats with the visitors. This will
be the big game of the series, and
should draw a record attendance.
A general admission of 25 cents, and
50 cents for automobiles will be charg
ed to defray expenses.
The local lineups for the games will
Portuguese Athletic Club
John Gabriel, c; John Robbelo, p;
Manuel Andrade, p; Antone Perreira,
1st; John Perreira, 2nd; August Silva,
3rd; Manuel Medeiros, ss; Joe Medeir
os, rf; Jardon Medeiros, cf; Manuel
Brun, If; Gabriel Medeiros, sub.
Hirata and Ellis, c; M. Perreira, p;
Okuda, 1st; E. Lovell, 2nd; In Bun
Hee, ss; Akita, 3rd; Mitzu, cf; Doi,
rf; F. eFrnandez, If; Joe Teixeira, rf;
Tal, Fred eFrnandez, subs.
BASEBALL ON CHRISTMAS DAY
There will be an exhibition game of
baseball at 2 o'clock on Christmas day
at Lihue Park between the Lihue first
team, champions of Kauai, and the
P. A. Cs, a team composed of the best
Portuguese players on the Island.
The Portuguese boys have a hunch
they can humble the champs, but Capt.
John Fernandes, of the Lihues, just
smiles and says, "Wait and see." ,
Makaweli and Camp 4
to Decide Championship
Makaweli and Camp 4, of Makaweli
Plantation will cross bats for the first
clash in the plantation championship
series this Sunday. Makaweli came
through the season in her league with
a clear record, winning every game,
while Camp 4 lost but one game.
Sunday's game will be played on the
Camp 4 diamond, which recently was
put into perfect shape, and the follow
ing game on Makaweli diamond. There
will undoubtedly be a large crowd to
witness the "fray" as It has been look
ed forward to with a great deal of
interest on the plantation.
New Camp took the lead in the
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A saving from 1 5 percent to 30 percent for
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Beginning Thursday the 4th. Take your choice
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Dec. the 4th to 18th.
For Cash Only. No Reservations. No Tires can be Returned or Ex
33x4 SS Kantslip Tread, Kelly Springfield, sell at net $35.85
32x4 SS U. S. Royal Cords, list $ 52.10, sell' at net 44.50
33x4 SS U. S. Royal Cords, list, 53.45, sell at net 45.70
C4x4 SS U. S. Royal Cords, list 54.95, sell at net 4G.70
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