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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1921
Sam Peneku and H. Burgess
have purchased the welding business of
W. M. Mullin
The new company will be known as '
KAUAI WELDING CO.
with headquarters at Eleele
ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING
WELDING SUPPLIES, LYNDE OXYGEN,
GAS, IJEI N FORCING. TANK BUILDING,
ETC. ' -
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on "THE LONG VACATION" from which
no traveler returns."
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Waimea Stables Ltd.,
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our autos arc comfortable, our Drivers are
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know every inch ot the country.
We Rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do Drayiug and Hauling by Trucks all
over the Island. We run the Stage Line
between Lihue and Kekaba three round
trips per week
Tel. 43 W
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Tel. 492 L
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Large Crowd; Poor Games
A great crowd was out on Sunday
to witness the first double-header, al
though the second game was not a
league game, to be pulled off at Lihue
this year. -
When "Chilly" put the sign on the
store bulletin board announcing the
double-header he would have come a
great deal closer to the truth if he
had headed it "Football." Lihue cer
tainly had an idea that they were back
in the soccer league the way they
kicked the ball around the lot. If the
officials of the late soccer league could
have seen the alleged ball games Sun
day there would have been no dispute
over the championship of the said
Who says Lihue can't kick 'em?
Twenty-five boots in two games!
Count 'em Twenty-flve!! You may
never see the like again. Tal and
Fujii managed to get through the first
game without a boot, but could not
keep it up, and stepped into the error
column in the second.
The Lihue team, which had been
playing good ball against other teams
this year, seemed to be all shot to
pieces, only the good work of the bat
tery saving It trom aeieai. iun, i
rPiivini pnd. did stellar work,
and so did Matsumoto, on the mound.
It cannot be said, however, tnai uiuuv
won by superior playing over the
Grove Farmers, as Mahikoa at third
made half a dozen errors that we
counted, Manuel Teves in right, made
two, while Okuda, Akana and J. Teves
all erred at least once.
If the Lihue team hopes to stay in
the race to the end oi me seauuu,
such a poor showing as that on Sun
day will not help them much against
the Makees and Mcuryaes. men i
obstacles on the way to pennantvllle.
One fan was heard to remark that
Lihue only had three ball players on
the field all day and those were the
two pitchers, and Tank Ohama.
Tank certainly had a good day both
in the field and at the bat. All he
could do was to get five hits out ot
eight times at bat, and two ot them
were triples, and turn back every one
who tried to steal off him. Some day
these ball players on Kauai will leain
ho tt la nhnnt sure death to try ana
steal off Tank, and will stop attempt
ing it. . -
vi.i Mitmimntn nltcbed a nice
1UDIII .1. l.-J" - .
otrninst firove Farm and Kept
us kilo fairiv wnll scattered, but with
the help ot thirteen errors, the Farm
ers were able to gather six runs off
him. His team mates helped him out
by driving Johnny Fernandez to the
bench and nicked Gerbacio for enough
more to stay out in front. Willie
Akana made up for his miscues when
he raced over to left field and Khcrea
Manuel Perreira's line uhvb "
thppe were two men on
Manuel's blow had a home run ticket
but Willie made a circus catch of it
but not before all the Lihue ians near
ly passed away with heart failure.
Waimea School Wins Meet
The Waimea School won the K. P.
S. A. L. track and field championship
by the close margin of one point Sat
urday at Lihue. The Lihue school
was the runner up with the Makaweli
The following is the score by
The Lihue-Navy Game.
In the second game, a team which
came over on the U.. S. mine sweeper
"Thrush" beat the Lihue team, with
some Grove Farm flavor mixed into
it by a score of 14-7. Lihue started
off as if they were out to uphold the
Sono? of Kauai and give the visitors
a good thshing for daring to chal
lenge hei1. by making five runs in the
flrsflnning. knocking ut the jailors
first representative on the bill, a
southpaw was then rushed in and
from then on Lihue was unab le to do
any damage worth mentioning, ex
cept the scoring of two additional
S. The sailors tied the score after
couple ot innings, and then by hard
hitting, aided by Lihue's costly er
rors, ran the total up to fourteen for
the day. . , nrnn
.Marcellino Teves heaved a game
that under ordinary conditions would
have been a winner in any man s
league, but his teammates decided to
male" day ot it and they kicked Just
twelve more chances be'or heJJacy.
was done. Lihue started after Eric
son in the first inning and when .the
heavy artillery got through Mr. Eric
son was on the bench and Joe McGee
had taken up the white man's burden
A base on balls, two infield hits and
a triple, a single, a stolen base and
another single was the couse of the
big Swede's downfall.
Lihue got Socialistic and decided to
even things up, so through a flock ot
miscues wd e hit the Gobs were
presented with five runs in the sec
ond From then on it seemed to be
a contest who could make the most er
rors, and this contest went seven
rounds without a decision. Those v. ho
were not bad were worse.
This Navy pitcner s "'--Joe
McGee, bnt he does not pitch like
it, Three little scattered bingles was
th sum total of Lihues
the remaining six innings. M. Teves
nicked two of them and Tank the other
Just to show that he could smack them
as well McGee put one down in right
field for three bases In the fourtn
with bases loaded.
The gobs' line of chatter while on
the field kept the crowd In good
humor even though the game was one
sided. This line of patter was new to
the local fans and they certainly en
joyed the comedy put on by the Navy
By'a stranee coincidence, Lieut.
Albert Fern i3 the manner of the sail
ors, while his brother Chur'.ie is man
ager of Lihue, and the came was en
livened by several arguments between
the two brother managers on several
points. When Lihue scored Ave runs
in the first inning and brother Albert
had to send in a new pitoher to the
rescue, Charlie, took advauiage of the
occasion to remind his brother that
as ball players his men were good
mine sweepers, or something to that
effect. "He who laughs last laughs
best." howeverr so when tne sailors ,
I got going and Lihue was checked j
after the first inning, it wad brother j
(Albert's turn to remind Charlie that
I his remarks in the first inning were
I out of order.
McBryde 24, Makaweli 7,
Koloa 23, Engineers 7
To round out a perfect day of base
ball, McBryde lambasted Makaweli to
Ihe tune of 24 to 7, while at Koloa
the Engineers went down to defeat 23
All told there were 99 runs scored
("uring the day. Sure, it was a great
The games next Sunday will be:
Makee vs Koloa at Kapaa,'
Engineers vs Grove Farm at Lihue.
McBryde vs Lihue at McBryde.
Standing of the teams:
Eight records were broken showing
the improvement that has been made
by the school boys and girls since
their play activitie have been super
Joseph Apao of Waimea was the
Senior individual high point winner
with a total ot nine. Sam Hookano
of Lihue was the Junior champion
with a total of ten points. Bessie
Wibke, also of Lihue, was the girls'
high point winner, with ten points to
Abbreviations: Waimea (W), Ke
kaha (Ke), Makaweli (M), Eleele (E),
Koloa (K) Lihue (Lf. Hanamaulu
(Hu), Kapaa (Ka), Hanalei (H), Sen
ior Sr. Junior, Jr.
50 Yds. Sr. 1st Joseph Apao (W)
and Yoshito Hironaga tied, 3rd Man
alu Izumi (L). Time 6.2 sec. A
new record. Former record 6.3 sec.
220 Yds. Sr. 1st Hihuml Kawahara
(W). 2nd John I (L), 3rd Yoshito Hir
onaga (W). Time 28.2. A new
record. Former record 30.0.
60 Yds. Jr. 1st Sam Hookano (L)
2nd Sinlchi Watanabe (M), 8rd Fos
kino Morikawa (W). Time 7.1. A
new record. Former record 7.2.
100 Yds. Jr. 1st Sam Hookano (L)
2nd Slnichl Tasako (H), 3rd Yoshio
Nakagami (E). Time 14.0.
40 Yds. girls 1st Lena Gonsalves
(K), 2nd Julia Apao (W), 3rd Masano
Nagao (L). Time 6.0. A new rec
ord. Former record 6.1.
400 Fds. Senior relay.' Waimea 1st
Kapaa 2nd, Lihue 3rd. Time 48.0.
200 Yds. Junior relay. Makaweli
1st, Lihue 2nd, Waimea 3rd. Time
160 Yds. Girls relay. Koloa 1st,
Lihue 2nd, Waimea 3rd. Time 25.1.
Standing Broad Jump Sr. Joseph
Apao (W) 1st, Kamllo Moku Kohoonit
(W) 2nd, Wm. Stevens (H) 3rd.
Distance 8 ft. 6 in. A new record.
Former record 8 ft. in.
Standing Broad Jump Jr. 1st,
Toshiwa Morikawa (W) 2nd Sinlchi
Watanabe M), 3rd Haruichi Kono
(Ke) . Distance 7 ft. 0 in. A new
record. Former record, 6 ft. in.
High Jump Sr. Ed Morgan (Ka)
and Wm. Stevens (H) tied for first.
Wm. Elmhorst (L) and Yoshito Hiro
naga (W) tied for third. Height 4
ft. 8 in.' A new record. Former rec
ord 4 ft. 0 in.
High Jump Jr. Joe Correa (L) 1st
Vincent Fernandez (E) Sam Au Hoy
(H) 3rd. Height 3 ft. 11 in.
Pull up Sr. 1st Itaru KIdo (Ha)
Hirushi Muranaka (E) and August
Cabsonho (M) tied for third. 24
Pull up Jr. 1st, Herbert Simpson
(L), 2nd Musaru Shlmonlda (E), 3rd
Dolpuino Souza (M) 26 times.
Basket Ball Throwing for Goals, 1st
Bessie Wibke (L), 2nd Angeline Mey-
edal (W) 3rd Harion Huddy (W).
Basket Ball Throw for Distance,
1st Bessie Wibke (L) 2nd Emma
Chong Hing (H) 3rd Rita Ramos (H).
Distonce 67 ft. 10 in. A new record.
Former record 64 ft.
The officials of the meet were:
Field Marshal, Dr. Waterhnuse;
Referee, E. L. Damkroger; Announ
cer, G. S. Sessions; Starter, Chas.
Fern; Timer, D. G. Wiilson; Score
Keeper, J. O. Warner; Clern of
Course, F. S. Pugh; Assistant Clerk of
Course, P. H. Cooley; Judges Field
Events, A. Menefoglio, R. W. Bayluss,
W. F. Jennings; Judges Track Events,
W. F. Sanborn, K. C. Hopper, Fathre
Hubert; Girls' Events, Miss M. S. ule,
Miss Adelaide Barker, Miss H. E.
Roe; Awarding ot BadgeB, Dr. W: tr.
house, Mrs. T. Brandt, Miss B. H ind-ley.
EAST SIDE WINS THE
The men's tennis doubles betwjen
teams from the Eastern and Wesurn
sides of the island, that were r ist-
poned Sunday1, May 28th, on acco'int
ot rain, were played on the Li lue
courts last Sunday afternoon.
Two matches were played, and bith
went to the East side teams.
The principal match of the day was
that between the Horner brothers, for
the East side, and Douglas Bald "In
and Mr. Cannon, for the West side.
Some very excellent tennis was play
ed in this match, though none of the
men were in their best form.
The cannon-ball Bervlce and fore and
back hand drives of F. Horner cud
Baldwin were the features of Hie
match and brought frequent applause
from the spectators.
A. Homer and Cannon both pla -J
fine tennis, though not of the spocti;
ular variety of the other two.
The match went 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, n
favor of the Horner brothers. JamfS
The second match was between Vr.
Glatsyer and Dr. Dunn, for the Weit
side, and James Corstorphine and K.
C. Hopper, tor the East side. The
first set was hotly contested before
finally being won by Corstorphine and
Hopper at 9-7, each man winning his
service up to seven-all, when the
Easterners got the break.
The next set, and match, went to
the same team, 6-1. E. F. Wood,
In spite of the counter attraction
of the Lihue-Navy baseball game,
there was a good attendance of spec
tators lined up around the courts.
We would like to see Foster Horner
and Doug. Baldwin matched against
a couple of Honolulu's tennis sharks.
We will wager a suspender button
that Honolulu would know thoy Iwd
been' In a tennis match.
Lieut. Albert Fern, manager of the
Navy ball team, looks like Charlie did
when the strenuous plantation life
was keeping him at a perfect 36.
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