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Bryde team. Some hard luck was In '
store for the visitors in the first game,
as Lee Lai, their captain and second
baseman, was hit thrice in as many
times up and was again hurt on first
base in the sixth.
In the first game, the Japanese lads
started as if they would knock Low
out of the box. Watase was out pitch
er to first but Tsunehiro walked and
Okuda singled, putting two runners
on with only one down. Nobuchi then
hit one on the nose that looked good
for a long hit but the ball went straight
to Shipp Lo in left and Tsunehiro was
doubled up at second. The locals were
unable to solve Low's delivery in the
next tour innings and went out in one
two three order. In the fifth Akita
singled with one down but was caught
by a mile trying to steal second. Dot
struck out. One two three was again
the order of the day for the Japanese
in the Cth, but In the seventh they
saved themselves from suffering the
hard fate of a shutout by a large
score. Tusnchlro, first man up singled
and Okuda neatly sacrificed him to
second. Nobuchi hit an easy grounder
to pitcher, who elected to try to catch
Tsunehiro off second instead of mak
ing the put out at first, making it two
down. Bun Hee dropped the ball and
the runner advanced to third, but it
is questionable whether he would have
caught the runner, as the play would
have been a close one. Low then
threw wild to catch Tsunehiro napping
at third and the first run for the locals
crossed the pan. King grounded to
Young Yuen and Nobuchi was caught
between third and home, King going
to second. Akita singled to center and
King scored tho last run for the Japa
nese. Perfect playing in this inning
would have insured a shutout, as the
visitors had no errors chalked up
against them up to this inning and
none in the next two innings.
The Chinese got Ohama's number in
the second inning. Bun Hee singled
but was forced by Low, and Yuen was
out pitcher to first, Low advancing to
second. Tyau singled but King's wild
throw from left to Akita at third let
Low score. Lee Kai doubled to left
and Tyau scored, but Wah Han went
out second second to first.
Another run was added to the Chi
nese total in the third. Lee Lai was hit
by the pitcher and Shipp Lo was safe
on a fielder's choice. Chun Chew
sacrificed and Bun was hit by the
pitcher filling the bases with one
down. Low filed to right field and Lee
Lai scored after the catch, but Shipp
Lo was caught trying to make third.
The Chinese again filled the bases in
the 4th with one down but were un
able to score.
In the Gth, the visitors put the game
on ice by scoring four runs with the
aid of a walk, three hits and an error,
I Low was safe on an error of shortstop
on a hard chance. Young Yuen fanned
and Tyau was given a free pass. Lee
Kai made his second double of the day
and Low crossed the plate. Wah Han
singled and Tyau scored. Lee Lai was
again hit by the pitcher for the third
time in succession, filling the bases
Shipp Lo, cleanup hitter of the visl
tors, fanned, but Chun Chew singled
and Lee Kai and Wah Han scored
Chun Chew was out stealing second.
Bun Hee tripled in the seventh and
scored on Low's single. The Chinese
ended their scoring for this game in
the eighth when they annexed another
run to add to their already large total
wai nan nrsi man up was sale on
Ohama's error at first. Lee Lai singled
and Wah Han advanced to third. Lee
Kai, running for Lee Lai, attempted
a steal of second and Wah Han scored
the last run on the throw to second
Ed. Low for the wnners pitched
great game, striking out eight, walk
ing only one and allowing four scatter
ed hits, although he himself alone was
responsible for the two runs score
by the Japanese. Ohama pitched four
innings for the Japanese but although
his control was bad, hitting two bat
ters and walking one and allowing
four hits including a double, errors be
hind him helped to score the three
runs made off him. Okuda pitched the
last five innings, and allowed six runs
on seven hits including a double and a
triple. Shipp Lo cracked one over
King's head in left field in the Cth and
made third base, but was called out
for failure to touch second base.
ALL-KAUAI VS. CHINESE
The second game was a ragged ex
hibition of the national pastime, with
errors galore by both sides as features.
Henderson at first for the All Kauals
was particularly bad, making five
errors, three of which were thrown
balls for which he did not even have
to stretch. Young Yuen at first for the
Chinese also erred thrice.
Furtado started for the All-Kauais
but lasted only four innings, during
which time six hits good for nine runs
were scored off his delivery, Wrainp
was called in to stem the tide and did
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fairly well, allowing only three hits
although he walked three. Chang for
the winners allowed five hits, four of
which came in the first three innings.
He struck out three and walked none,
while the Kauai pitchers walked five
and struck four.
The Chinese started their scoring
ight in the first half of the initial
frame. Lee Kai walked and Wah Han
bunted safely. A passed ball let both
runners advance and Chun Chew and
Lee Lai worked the squeeze for a run.
The locals came right back in their
half and even tho score. Watase was
hit by pitcher and advanced on a pass
ed ball. Burgess and Bun Mee went
out on infield grounders and Watase
advanced to third. Tsunehiro hit a
terrific grounder straight through the
box, the ball hitting umpire Fern in
the back and Watase was allowed to
score. Henderson then grounded, out
One run was secured b ythe visitors
in the second. After Tyau had filed to
right. Young Yuen was safe on Bun's
error. Young Yuen stole second and
Kau flew to Bun Hee. Chang singled
and Young scored. Lee Kai died on a
grounder to Furtado. In their half, the
locals scored again when Furtado sin
gled after Wolters had gotten on
through Young Yuen's error, making
the score two all.
The Chinese went into the lead in
the third and were never headed again.
Wah Han was hit by pitcher and Shipp
Lo bunted safely, Wah Han going to
third. Both runners scored on Chung
(Chew's single. After Ed. Low had
sacrificed Chun Chew to second from
where he advanced to third on a pass
ed ball, Tyau scored the runner with
a sacrifice fly to center.
For the All-Kauais, Henderson got
on first through Tyau's error and stole
second. Tyau booted another one and
Hoopil was safe on first, Henderson
going to third and Hoopii to second.
Both runners scored on Arcia's single
The Chinese added four runs to
their total in the fourth. Lee Kai
walked and Wah Han bunted safely.
Shipp Lo sacrificed and when Hender
son dropped a perfect throw, Lee Kat
scored. Chun Chew singled and Wah
Han scored. Low grounded to pitcher
and Shipp Lo was caught between
home and third. Chun Chew scored
on a passed ball. Tyau doubled and
Low scored, making a total of four
With Wrarap pitching for Kauai, the
A. C. A. scored thrice in the 7th with
the aid ofa walk and a single. Tyau
walked and advanced on a wild throw.
Young Yuen singled and Tyau scored.
After Kau had gotten on through Ar
cia's error, Yuen scored on Chang's
grounder. Lee Kai was caught between
third and home but managed to wiggle
pass half a dosen Kauai players to
he home plate.
There was nothing doing in the
eighth but in the ninth the visitors an
nexed two more tallies after two hands
were out. Chang singled and Wah
Han, running for Chang, Btole second
and third. Lee Kai walked and Wah
Han scored on a passed ball. Wah
Han was hit by Wramp and Lee Kai
scored when Shipp Lo singled. Wah
Han was caught at the plate trying
to get home on the single.
The All-Kauais made their score look
a little better in the ninth by adding
one more. Arcia lined to Chang and
Wolters and Wramp was hit by the
pitcher in succession. Watase popped
to Chang but Burgess singled and Wol
ters scored. Bun Hee ended the agony
by going out Chang to Young Yuen.
Chas Fern, the aviator umpired this
game and proved himself a very good
arbitrator, but he erred In the first in
ning when he allowed Watase to score
from third when Tsunehiro's liner hit
the umpire behind the pitcher without
being touched by the pitcher. He was
'cprrect in his Interpretation of the
base, but his ruling that Watase should
rules when he allowed the batter his
rules. Section 6 of Rule 65 under the
score from third was contrary to the
title of "Returning to bases" defines
this very clearly. The rule is a fol
lows: "The baserunner shall return
to his base without liability to be put
out if the umpire be struck by a fair
hit ball before touching a fielder, in
which case no base shall run unless
necessitated by the batsman becoming
a base runner, and no run shall be
scored unless all bases are occupied."
f.Ir. Sanborn on the baBes umpired
with his usual good judgment.
CHINESE VS. MAKEE
Again demonstrating that all teams
on Kauai looked the same to them, the
Chinese met the Makee at Kapaa yes
terday and defeated them by the
score of twelve to eight. A fair size
crowd for a week day was there to
watch the content which was not
much from the spectator's point of
view. Thirteen errors were chalked
up in the records, the Makees erring
six times and the Chinese seven. Nine
hits for twelve runs were secured off
J. Cummings by the Chinese and the
eight off You Chung was good for the
same number of runs. Cummlng's con
trol was poor, walking seven, but You
Chung also was off color, walking
four, but he struck out eight to his
The Chinese did not appear to be
as good in this game as they did in
the three previous games, as their
fielding was ragged and they did not
seem to be as full of spirit as on Sun
day. This however, may be due to
the strain of playing three games in '
two days under a hot summer sun, a
thing the boys were not used to. In
the seventh the Chinese were made to
look like bush leaguers when Chang's
bad peg on Tsunehiro's grounder got
passed first. Low was backing up
Young Yuen at first and stopped the
ball in time to catch the runner at sec
ond but nobody was on second to re
ceive the throw. Low threw at the
base anyway hoping some one would
pick it up aud put the runner out,
Chang and Lee Kai went after the ball
and got it, but Tsunehiro had passed
second and was running for third and
got there without anyone covering
that bag, or anywhere near it. The
spectators had a fine chance in this
.inning to get the visitor's goat and
made use of the opportunity by boot
ing at them for this piece of bonehead
work, which was the first committed
by them on this trip.
The Makee started the game liki
winners, putting across three runs am
everybody hoped the Chinese woul
be downed for the first time. Luck wa
with the Chinese however, asthe vis
tors made the score six to three aftf
the second inning, added three in t
6th and wound up their work for tt
day with three more In the eight'
The Makees scored one in the thil
and got another in the 8th on a ba
by You Chung. In the ninth, the sp
tators were given a chance to yell t
their team when the locals manag
to score three runs with two dwon.
After the game, the visitors wc
given a Chinese dinner by the Chint
merchants of Kauai and the boys to
advantage of the opportunity to cc
brate ther complete conquest of t
Island of Kauai.