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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, June 21, 1921, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1921
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MAKAWELI PUTS ONE OVER
Whoever said "You can never tell
In baseball," certainly said a mouth
ful. Sunday's game at Makawell
only proved once more that he was
right. Strengthened by the addition j
of two schoolboy players the Maka
well team outplayed Llhue both In
the field and at the bat.
Wramp held the Lihue players
helpless allowing only four hits, while
his team mates were gathering
eleven off Teves and Mitsumoto.
Eleven errors in the field contributed
much to the Makawell run column.
VVramp's wildness had him In hot
water several times but he managed
to tighten up before much damage
In the ninth Lihue threatened to
tie the score and after Wramp had
walked two men in a row he yanked
himself out of the game. Furtado
took up the load. He booted Fugii's
bunt to fill the bases and with Okuda
Tank and Manuel Teves coming up
Lihuo's chances were bright. But
Bob lined out to right, Tank went out
third to first, Marcellino Teves
scoring on the play. Manuel Teves
was safe on Ishimura's error, Tal
scoring. John Teves was safe on
Hamada's error, Fugii scoring. Right
here Furtado tightened up and fanned
Outside of the two errors In the
ninth, Makawell played airtight ball
and are going to give the other teams
m the league a good battle from now
R H E
Lihue 5 4 11
Maakweli 7 11 2
Batteries Teves, Mitsumoto and
Ohama. Wramp and Condias.
Krpaa, aj McBryde has always found
the Makees a tough proposition,
vitreas the Makees do not seem to
bo able to get the goods on their
neighbors .although McBryde Invar
iably gives Lihue a trimming.
McBryde 9, Koloa 1.
The McBryde-Koloa game at Koloa
went to the Visitors 9 to 1.
Double Header at Llhue.
Next Sunday's games will be the
last of the first round. There will
be a double header at Lihue, between
the Engineers and Makawell, and
Makee and Libue. There will prob
ably be a record crowd In attendance
at Lihue this day. The third game
will be between Grove Farm and
Koloa at Koloa.
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
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Our nutos arc comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have beeu with us for years, aud
know every inch of the country.
We Rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
"Ve do Draying and Hauling by Trucks all
over the Island. We run the Stage Line
between Lihue and Kekaha three round
trips per week
Tel. 43 W
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
Tel. 492 I,
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
THE MAK EE-ENGINEERS GAME
(By G. M. Shak.)
match will meet Koloa on a neutral
court at Makawell Wednesday night
for the championship.
As usual, the Engineers lost on
Sunday, or if we may be pardoned
for patting ourselves on the back a
little, we might say, as usual the Ma
The league leaders had no trouble
at all in winning from the Niumalu
Engineers by the score of 13 to 3, al
though the . visitors scored the first
run of the game In the first Inning.
They secured another in the 6th and
their last run in the 8th. The Ma
kees made four in the second, six In
the 6th and three in the 7th. Many
extra base hits featured the game,
Soong getting t triple and a double
and Tsunehlro, King, and Rodrigues
all getting doubles.
Cummings was in trim and held the
Engineers to only two hits In six In
nings, his wild pitch In the initial
frame accounting, for the only run
scored off his delivery. With two
down In the last half of the 6th,
James Hano of the Engineers laced
a line drive that went like a bullet
straight at Cummings in the box. He
tried to make the catch but the speed
was too great and the ball caught
him square on the middle of the nose
and bounded back towards the catch
er. Cumming's heart and soul was
In the game however, and he proved
his gameness by picking up the ball
and throwing it to first although a
fraction of a second too late. No
one was aware that he was Injured
until a moment later when he fell to
the ground with blood streaming from
his nose. Dr. Hagood of Kealia who
was right on the side lines, rendered
first aid, after which Cummings was
taken to his home. An examination
made by Dr. Hagood yesterday morn
ing indicated that a cartilage was
broken, which will take time to heal
Cummings was still bleeding from
his nose when seen yesterday morn
ing with his wound dressed and al
though his pitching will be badly
needed against Lihue next Sunday,
it is doubtful whether his Injury will
permit him to work. Even if he
pitches, bis usual effectiveness will
probably be lessened.
When the Makees meet Lihue at
Lihue next Sunday, a record crowd
will no doubt be present, as Lihue Is
expected to give the champions the
only real competition they have had
since the 1921 season started .n
May. If the Makees win, this year's
l.ennant will most likely remain at
A climax in the volley ball series
of the Business Men's League was
reached at Waimea last Thursday
night at Waimea . when Lihue went
down to defeat after a hard and pro
longed tussle with Kekaha. If Lihue
had won they ' would have been
champions and the large crowd of lo
cal rooters was "agin 'em" for this
reason. Llhue played gamely and
took two of the five games, the score
being tied at the end of the fourth.
With this victory for Kekaha all
teams were tied and the champion
ship series is being played off this
week. On Monday night Lihue again
suffered defeat at Koloa and is out
of the running. Considering the
fact that the game is new to Llhue
players and that owing to lack of a
place to practice were the last to get
into the game, and. that nearly all
matches had to be played away from
home, Lihue certainty exhibited the
spirit of true sportsmanship and
made a close race at that.
Kekaha and Waimea are to play
tonight and the winners of that
CHAMPS OF TERR.
The All-Chinese team, which will
arrive here on July 1st on their first
visit to Kauai, Is the best known
team in the Hawaiian Islands today,
being conceded the present champ
ions of the Hawaiian Islands today,
having defeated the cream of Maui's
and Hawaii's baseball talent, al
though they have never had an op
portunity to meet Kauai's Babe
Ruths, Ed Collinses, Walter John
Comparison between Kaual'n best
and those of Hawaii and Maui have
been made by persons who have wit
nessed all the teams play, and the
so-called "experts" do not seem to be
able to agree, even among themselves
which island has the better baseball
players, Maul as compared with
Kauai, or Hawaii as compaerd with
Kaup.i. During their last trip to
Maul, the All-Chinese won all their
games, but every one was won by the
narrow margin of a solitary run. In
Hilo they were also given stiff oppo
sitlon. The coming series in July
at Walpouli will decide the question
as to whether Kauai's best can over
come the best on Maul and Hawaii.
All the regular players on the Chi
nese team have made trips to both
the mainland and the Orient, meeting
and vanquishing a majority of the
best college and semi-professional
teams. In the Orient they did not
lose a single game, winning all eight
games played. Only the following
players have not made trips to the
mainland or the Orient: Al Kong,
outfielder, Fun Luke and Tim Kopp,
substitutes, and John Aleong, pitcher.
The following players will be with
the team when it arrives on July 1st:
Kan Yen, catcher, Luck Yee, Ho-i Kt,
and John Aleong, pitchers; Moon
Chong, first base; A. Akana, 2nd;
Kal Luke, as; Kualll, 3rd; En Sin,
center; Yen Chin, left; Lang Akana,
right; "Connie" Kin Luke, marager
and "Cheese" Leong, catcher.
The AU-Kaual team to meet the
Chinese on Sunday, July 3rd, has
been selected and will be as follows:
Ohama, catche'r; Mitsumoto or Oku
da, pitcher; Rodrigues, 1st; Soong or
Okuda, 2nd;' Tsunehlro, ss; Hee, 3rd;
King, M. Perreira, Wm. Akana and D.
The All-Japanese team's lineup has
not yet been announced, but will
probably' be as follows: Ohama,
Catcher; Okuda, pitcher; Tal, 1st;
Fugii, 2nd; Tsunehlro, ss; Mitsumoto
3rd; King, Dol, and Morlta outfield
ers, Hajiml, utility.
WINS GOLF CHAMP TITLE
Jack Hutchinson of Chicago won the
professional golf championship of
England last Wednesday with a
score of 138. His nearest compet
itor turned in a score of 141.
HUGH HOWELL ELECTED
HAW'N MUTUAL AGENCIES
At a meeting of the Hawaiian Mu
tual Agencies, Ltd., held In Honc.ulu
on June 7th, Hugh Howell was t'lct
ed president and managing dlrtotor
of the company, with H. W. Chea'-bro
vice-president and Harry C. No nan
reelected secretary and treasurer.
The company has moved its of. .ces
from the Pantheon Building to the
Alexander Young Building.
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