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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, June 14, 1921, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1921
cfookjor the Sign
On ferric stations, and garages
evarywhar you will sea tha Red
Crown sign. ,
It will pay you to look for It bafor'a
you fill bacauae Red Crown Gasoline
is th gasolin of quality with a con
. tinuoua chain of boillngpolnts, giving
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Makee and McBryde Win From Koloa and Lihue
After Great Scraps-G. F. Wallops Engineers
'f he Makees won again on Sunday, i the. next three men were easy outs.
The Long Vacation
You would not tiring of taking a vacation without
first making provision for tbe care of jour business
during your absence.
It is of far greater importance that you
should provide for the welfare of those
dependent upon you during your absence
on 'THE LONG VACATION" from which
no traveler returns."
Make your Will and nominate II AWA1 IAN 'Tit U ST
COMPANY as Executor, bearing in mind that a
man's will should be, carefully planned by himself,
competently written by an attorney and safely
administered" by an Executor entirely removed from
the hazards and temptations of iudhidual life.
Come in and talk it'over.
Ask for a copy of the booklet entitled "Safe
guarding your Family's Future," published by
the Trust Company Division of the American
Bankers' Association. This booklet will In-
terest any man who considers his responsi
bilities. CORRESPONDENCE? INVITED
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The Oldest and Largest
In the Territory of Hawaii.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over
One Million Dollars.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Koloa being beaten 6-5, but what a
scare did Kapaa fandom have when
Koloa led in the 6th by the score of
5-2 and the score was still 5-3 when
the 7th frame arrived.
The Makees started off with four
fifths of the team made up of sub
stitutes, figuring no doubt that Ko
loa would be easy mirks, liut had
their nine dreams . shatterrd into a
million pieces when they found them
selves at the short end o the score
in the Cth. Fugitani and Arcla
formed the battery in pUue of Cum
mings and Soong, Holt was on first
in place of Rodrigues, and Pahneira
was out in the right pasture instead
of Morita. The Koloa sharpshoot
ers found Arcia's vulnerable spot In
the fourth and all tho reg'i'ars were
rushed in. This prYertfd further
scoring although Cumming was re
sponsible for the last run scored by
The home team scored tbe first
run In the initial frame when Wah
You singled and Tsunehiro followed
after Hee had fanned. Another
came in the third on Doi's pass and
Hee's single. In the 6th, Kalh-
baum's error in dropping a thrown
ball with two down scored Tsunehiro
who had singled and reached third.
The "lucky seventh" was surely luck
y for tho Makees. Cummings walk
ed and when Kahlbaum left his bag
to field Rodrigue's bunt and Monsar
ratt ran to first to cover up, the bunt
went safe into right field for a hit,
Cummings reaching third. Robello
let loose a wild one and Cummings
scored. Rodrigues scored on a
fielder's choice, Doi hitting to Mon-
saratt. Wah You sacrificed and Doi
took a chance and scored on the
throw to first, putting Makee Into
the lead at 6-5.
Koloa scored her first run In the
third when Arcia hit Costa and Ka
7.uma singled. In the Bth, Monsar-
att was safe on Tsunehiro s error
and Costa singled. Robello singled
after Kazuma had been put away and
Costa scored. Cummings then went
in to relieve Arcia and walked Hon
do. Tachyama filed to King but
Hajime popped a Texas Leaguer, back
of second and the Makee's support
ers looked scared with Koloa three
runs to the good. Kahlbaum ended
the inning by going out, Cummings to
Koloa had another chance to tie
the score In the first half of the
ninth when Ornellas, batting for
Caesar, walked. Monsaratt fanned,
but Kondo got to second on Tsune
hiro's error in dropping Song's
throw. Wah You then pulled that
ancient stunt of the hidden ball and
Konda fell into the trap. Costa
ended Koloa's hopes by flying to
Morita in 'right.
Gabriel held Tilly up in good style
and turned back several ambitious
base stealers. Spalding at short for
McBryde and Okuda for Lihue were
the fielding stars. ,
The game at Lihue between Grove
Farm and the Engineers was another
one of those run-away affair3, and
the end of the ninth Inning found
the1 score 16 to 4 In favor of Grove
Next Sunday's games will be aa
Makee vs Engineers at Kapaa.
Koloa vs McBryde at Koloa.
Standing of Team
P W L Pet.
Makee 3 3 0 1.000
McBryde 5 4 1 .800
Lihue 4 3 1 .750
Koloa 4 2 2 .500
Grove Farm 5 2 3 .400
Makaweli 4 0 4 .000
Engineers 4 0 4 .000
Boxing Match To Be
Staged at Waipouli
Kauat boxing fans are going to get
the treat of the year on the Fourth
of July. And the best part if It Is
that it will be an extra, free attract
ion. In addition to the baseball
game that is to be given at Waipouli
in the afternoon there will be this
championship lightweight boxing
match between Kid Heinle, former
lightweight champion of Oahu and
Young Maximo, champion Filipino
lightweight of Kauai.
I if this bout the American Legion
is staging a fight of more than
usual Interest. These two men
fought a four round draw at tbe Am
erican Legion banquet In January.
Each has his ardent supporters who
are backing him to the limit to win.
The sport committee of the Legion
am also making an effort to stage a
championship wrestling match in the
afternoon. The final arrangements
have not been made yet however
Full announcements will be made In
this column next week.
KAUAI BOY8 In the SCHOOL TEAMS
TRACK MEN RECEIVE ME0AL9
Waimea Stables Ltcl. ,
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The most famous Garages on Kauai. The
' place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our autos arc- comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have been with us for years, and
know every inch of the country.
We Rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do Draying and Hauling by Trucks all
over the Island. We run the Stage Line
between Lihue and Kc-kaha three round
trips per week
Tel. 43 W
A. GOMEZ. Mgr.-
Tel. 492 L
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
The Y. M. C. A. Business Men's
Volley Ball League is nearlng the
completion of the championship ser
ies. In a game played Monday night
between Koloa and Waimea at the
latter's court, Waimea won a decis
ive victory of 3-1. This game ties
Koloa and Lihue. With one more
game yet to be played on the original
schedule the climax will come next
Thursday night when Lihue meets
Kekaha on Waimea's floor. If Lihue
wins that game Bhe will take the cup;
but if Kekaha wins all teams will
then be tied and a new series will
have to be played.. There will be
plenty of excitement for the fans on
(By Y. K. Mau)
There were many local boys repre
sented in various school teams In the
Interscholastic baseball games this
year. Among them w:ere "Jimmy"
Burgess of Makaweli, who led the
Punahou team through hard fights.
Under him played Hoopil who played
In the champion Makee team last
.The boys who made up the champ
ion team of Mills this year were, J.
Okabe, the new sprang first baseman,
Henry Ishimura, the third baseman
who played third also in the McBryde
team last summer, H. Naito of Hana
pepe and Yong Fong of Waimea.
Kum Lin, the well build second base
man of Hanalei, also made the team.
These above players will be scatter
ed during this summer, representing
different plantation teams. Accord
ing to the report of the school coach
es, Burgess, Henry Ishimura and Oka-
be will be with the Makaweli team
this summer and they will appear
.sometime during this month.
(By Y. K. Mau)
At the annual school dinner ort
June 7, three local lads received sil
ver medals from President Hopwood
of Mid-Pacific Institute. They were
captain Henry Ishimura of Eleele,
Klmata and J. Koto of Wahlawa.
They, with M. Endo, made up the Two
Mile Relay Team at the Cornell Relay
Race which established the Cornell
record this year. The former record
which was held by Punahou has been
thus broken by Mills.
At the same time the letters "M"
were given out to the athletes 'who
qualified themselves In the various
teams. Five basket-ball players,
seven thack men and nine baseball
players received the letters. S. Ka
wakami and Kum Lin, both from this
Island, the former from Eleele and the
latter from Hanalei, received the
basketball letters while Henry Ishi
mura, I. Kamata. Chee Yen, and Yong
Fong received the track letters. Two
boys out of nine baseball players re
ceived the baseball letters and they
were J. Okabe and Henry Ishimura.
. With these boys in the various lecal
teams, the games will likely be very
thrilling and exciting ones from now
on. No doubt they. will brighten up
the baseball season of Kauai this
GET YOUR LICEN8.E CHANGED
The sheriffs department Is row
ready to Issue driver's permits in
compliance with the new territorial
law. All drivers must turn In tl eir
old license cards to Henry Akl, exam
iner of chauffeurs and recelvo from
him a new license.
According to the new law the li
cense permits the holder to drive
anywhere within the territory.
BUICK PRICE8 REDUCED
Frank Howes, who Is on Kauai In
the Interest of the von Hamm-Yov.ng
Company, received, a message yes
terday announcing the following
price reductions in Bulck cars; Hon
olulu cash price, Roadster, $1,950,
Touring car, $1,975, seven-passenger
$2,350. Sales made on time or c' l
cars traded in, prices are $75 higher.
8. 8. Peek, head chemist of Alex
ander & Baldwin, returned to Hono
lulu last Tuesday after spending a
week visiting the various A. & B.
plantations on this island.
WANTED One horse shoe or rab
bit's foot. Any other lucky piece
will do. Marcellino Tevcs, Lihue
The above might appear in the
Garden Island for 'if there ever was
a pitcher that could use a little luck,
Marcellino Is the ono.
Last Sunday he p'tched against
McBryde and heaved a game that
was worth going miles to see, but
boots by his team mates in the pinch
es cost him the game. H? was con
tinually in hot water due to errors
but by tightening up ond pitching his
head off he managed to work out
Lihue was the first to score In the
second inning. Manuel Teves sing
led to left and stole second and
third. . Fujii went out third to first.
John Teves walked and stole. Both
the brothers scored on Bob Mahikoa's
long single to left center.
McBryde came back in the third
and scored three runs. Watase got
three bases when Mitsuo let bis sing
le roll through his legs. Gabriel
walked and stole. Spalding poked a
dinky pop fly over the infield that
would have been an easy out with the
infieldera playing deep. Mitsue
played soccor with It and allowed
both runners to score, Spalding tak
ing second. He' started to steal
third and scored when Tank threw
the ball into left field.
Too much Tilly was the reason
that Lihue did not gather any more
runs. The east enders had several
chances to score but the old timely
bingle was not present. Lihue's
two heaviest hitters had a chance in
the fourth with the bases full, but
Tank struck out and Manuel Teves
Lihue threatened in the tnth with
two men on and none down but again
Tilly was equal to the emergency and
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