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THE PA.RUEN INLAND, .TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1920
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scoring Tsunehiro. Soong out stealing
home. Four runs.
Second inning: Kilauea up. J. Pa
checo hits safely to right. Jacinth dou
blcs to left. Ah Chow fans. F. Pacheco
out on fly to center. Kelil out, short
to first. No runs. Makee up. Arcla
safe on hit to left and steals second,
Wolters out, short to first. Kano fans,
K. Hee hits to center. Arcia out trying
to make home on hit. No runs.
Third Inning: Kilauea up. Mahlkoa
walks. Akana and Mahlkoa out on dou-
ole play. B. Kerr flies out to right. No
runs. Makee up. Bun Hee hits safely
to right and steals second. Scores on
Tsunehiro's hit. Soong out on fly. Hoo
pil doubles to left scoring Tsunehiro.
Rodrlgues flies to left and Hoopli is
doubled at second. Two 'runs.
Fourth inning: Kilauea up. Wood
fans. J. Pacheco flies out to center.
Jacinth fans. No runs. Makee up
(Muranaka replaces Wood, pitching
for Kilauea) Arcia, Wolters and Kano
fan. No runs.
Fifth Inning. Kilauea up. Muranaka
put on fly to center. F. Pacheco reach
es second on hit and steal. Kelli con
nects with a two base hit to right. Ma
li I koa walks. Akana connects with an
other two base hit scoring F. Pacheco
and Kelii. Bill bunts safely, scoring
Mahikoa, and steals second. Wood
walks. J. Pacheco hits to Tsunehiro.
Wood called out for interfering with
Tsunehiro. Akana and Kerr, who had
romped home on this play, sent back
to third and second respectively. Ja
cinth fouls to catcher. Three runs.
Makee up. Ke Hee walks and steals
second. Bun Hee walks, but is forced
out at second by Tsunehiro. K. hee
scores on play. Soong hit by pitcher.
Tsunehiro out trying to make on a wild
throw. Hoopli hits safely near third
base line. Rodrlgues out, Bhort to first.
Sixh inning: Kilauea up. (Morita
replaces Arcia pitching for Makee.)
Muranaka and F. Pacheco fan. Kelii
out, pitcher to first. No runs. Makee
up. Morita fans. Wolters walks, but Is
forced out at second by Kano. K. Hee
out on fly to right. No runs.
Seventh inning: Kilauea up. Mahi
koa out, pitcher to first. Akana tans.
Bill Kerr flies out to second. No runs.
Makee up. Bun Hee flies out to left.
Tsunehiro out on fly to second. Soong
safe on third's -error. Hoopii fans. No
Eighth inning: Kilauea up (rains.)
Wood safe on thrid's error. J. Pacheco
fans.Jacinth singles to right. Murana
ka hits to second, forcing out Jacinth
and is doubled at first. No runs. Ma
kee top. Rodrlgues walks and steals
second. Morita fans. Wolters and Kano
walk, filling bases. Rodrlgues scores
on wild pitch. K. Hee triples to center
scoring Wolters and Kano and later
scores on wild pitch. B. Hee walks and
steals second. Tsunehiro safe on first's
error. Bun Hee scoring on play. Tsu
nehiro out stealing second. Soong
walks, steals second and advances to
third on wild pitch. Hoopii hits, scor
ing Soong, but is out stealing second.
Ninth inning: Kilauea up. F. Pache
co out, short to first. Kelii out, third
to first. Mahikoa fans. No runs.
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
The gmes next Sundhy will be
Lihue vs Makee, at Lihue; Kilauea v
Makaweli, at Kilauea.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
P W L PC
Makee 5 3 2 600
McBryde 5 3 2 600
Lihue 5 3 2 600
Makawell 4 2 2 500
Kilauea 5 14 2K
REDO THE GARDEN ISLAND
That was a peach of a wallop Cap.,
ilenderson slammed over center in
the ninth. Unfortunately for the
Capt. centerfielder Perreira had a
hunch and was playing well back. It
would have been a homer otherwUe.
Makaweli has a good ball ground,
but the parking space was much too
small for the big crowd last Sunday.
A little police supervision, however,
would have allowed quite a number
more machines to get in the line.
At the league meeting Saturday
night, Sanborn, Ornellas, Marcalliuo,
Fern and Branch were appointed offi
cial umpires. I'll tell the world, they
are dandy little bunch of umps.
Makee, Lihue and McBryde a trip
pie tie for first place. What's the answer?
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