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TIIE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 2S, 1921
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At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The most famous Oarages on Kauai. Tho
place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
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Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our iiutos arc comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have been with us for years, and
know every inch of Hie country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do Draying and Hauling by Trucks all
over the Island. We run ihe Stage Line
between Lihue and Kcknha three round
trips per week
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A. UO.MKZ, Mgr.
Tel. 4!ta lj
CI. KM GUM EH, Mgr.
Like Shuts Out Makce
In' Best Game of Season
Will someone be kind enough to
explain why Dob Okuda can ue
knocked out of the box by Kilauea
and Makaweli, both of which teams
the Makees have easily beaten, uml
has not been used this year because
iho Lihue management considers Mit
suniotoand Teves better than he is,
always has the "Indian Sign" on the
Makees? If ve remember correctly,
the Makees have not won a single
game from Okuda since 1919. They
have beaten Lihue, but not with
Okuda in the box.
It was predicted fast week that Li
hue would give the Makees the only
real competition they have had since
the reason started, but they not only
got more than enough competition,
but also a beating as well, and shut
out at that, by tho score of two to
zero. Who had expected Lihue to
win when she had Rlrendy lost twice
while the Makees had swept every
thing before them since the season
started and h;d not lost a game since
August 1920, but "you never can tell
in baseball" comes in here again.
It was a groat game though and
worth going many miles to see. Cum
mings and Okuda, both of whom
emerged with honors even in that
memorable sixteen inning game last
year at Kapaa, again opposed each
other and although Cummings pitch
ed a great game, wo must admit that
Okuda pitched a better one, as he
was far more effective, allowing only
three hits, walking none and striking
out eight. Cummings struck out
seven, walked four aitd. yielded seven
hits. His passes though did not fig
ure in the score.
The play by innings was as fol
lows: In the first. Dot, Ahana and
Heo were easy victims for Okuda.
Tai and Mitsumoto died for Lihue
but Ohama drew a pass and got to
second on Tsunehiro's error. Rodri
gues dropped a low peg from Hee on
M. Teve's grounder and Ohama got
to third, but M. Teves was out for
interfering with Tsunehiro on Oku
Tsunehiro, Soong and King went
out in or,der for the Makees in the
second frame. For Lihue, Schuma
cher singled niter J. Teves had died,
and stole second. Ohama, running
for Schumacher , was trapped be
tween second and third. Fuji singled,
but Ishida whiffed tho atmosphere.
The Makees again offered no oppo
sition in the third, Rodrigues, Arcla
and Cummings being easy marks for
Okuda. Lhue also could do nothing
to Cummings, Tal Mitsumoto and
Ohama going out in order.
Makee's chance to break up the
game came in the fourth, but it was
"too much Okuda" again, and the
champions of 1920 never had a
chance after this Inning, as not a
single Makee player reached third
during the balance of the game and
only one reached second. Doi -was
safe on Mitsumoto's error, but was
caught a mile stealing. Mitsumoto
of Waipahu again booted Ahana's
grounder and both Heo and E?une
hiro bunted safely. It was bases
full with only one down, but Ahana
wc.s caught at the plate on an at
tempted squeeze that went wrong,
and Soong raised a, weak fly to right
For Lihue in this Inning, M. Teves,
cleanup hitter for Lihue, fanned the
ozone three times, Okuda singled,
stole second, and went on to third on
Soong's bad peg to second. J. Teves
died at first, Schumacher was safe
on Soong's error, but Fugii fanned.
There was nothing doing in the 5th
forboth teams. Ditto for the Cth.
In the "lucky seventh" Hee opened
for Makee by popping to Okuda, but
Tsunehiro laced a two bagger to left.
Soong cut three holes in the atmos
phere and King popped to Schu
macher. Neither was the 7th luckv
for Lihue though, but it was a close
shave. Tal fanned and Mitsumoto
singled after M. Teves and Fugi had
been passed, but Fugi was caught at
the plate on a peach of a peg from
left field by King.
The Makees again went out In or
der in the 8th. Ohama for Lihue
was out, Hee to Rodrigues. M. Teves
again struck out, but Soong let the
ball get away and he was safe. Okuda
popped a Texas leaguer over first
sending M. Teves to third. With a
drawn-in Infield, J. Teves poked a
hit thiough the space vacated by the
shortstop and two runs crossed the
plate. Schumacher fouled to Soong
and Fugi singled, but J. Teves was
caugnt nt the plate.
The Makees went out in one, two.
three order in the 9th, and thus ended
the best game played so far this
MAKAWELI 16, ENGINEERS 8.
The first game of the double head
er at Lihue, that of Makaweli against
the Engineers, was a regular swat
fest mid got to bo very tiresome be
fore the ninih inning. Makaweli
took the game at 16 to 8.
GROVE FARM 4, KOLOA 2.
The game between Koloa and
Grove Farm at Koloa was a good one
in spite of considerable grumbling
and poor umpiring. The game
stood 1 to 1 at the seventh inning
when Grove Farm got tho break and
the cud found the score 4 to 2 in
fuvor of the vi.-itors.
Standing of the Teams:
P W L
The regular league games of base
ball scheduled to be played Sunday,
July 3rd will be postponed to the
end of the season October 9th, 1921.
H 1). WISIIARI).
President Kauai Athletic Assn.
Who They Are and
Where They Are
Accompanied by Kin Luke, mana
ger, and Sal Kee Au', secretary-treasurer,
the All-Chinese baseball team
of Honolulu, laBt years Hawaiian Is
land champions, will arrive on Kauai
early next Friday morning to take
part in the local American L,egion
celebration on the fourth, of July.
Eighteen players ' will be on the
For the first time in the history of
organized baseball, Kauai will be In
vaded by a first class baseball nine,
composed of stars well known from
the coast ot Manila to the coast of
Maine. Most of the players have
played in China, the Philippine is
lands, Japan, and throughout tne uni
ted States and Cuba. That the visit
ing team Will give Kanai sportsmen a
real treat as to how the national pas-
time should be played Is the promise
of local promoters who are handling
the baseball schedule.
Up to this time the schedule calls
for three games.possibly four, all to
be played at Walpouli diamond. On
Friday the team will practice at the
new diamond and on Saturday a
game may be scheduled and on the
following day, Sunday, another con
test will take place. Dut the big
day will he on the Fourth when the
Chinese visitors will play a double
header against Kauai's best on the
In addition to the list of players,
the team will be accompanied by an
umpire, official scorer and a number
of followers who are backers of the
One. man will be the biggest attract
ion on the Chinese aggregation. He
is Charlie En Sue, dean of Hawaiian
baseball players with a continuous
record on the field for 21 years. En
Sue is the father of 'em all when it
comes to playing the grand old game.
When En Sue started his baseball
career, most of the young players
now in the limelight were jhst old
enough to crawl about on the floor.
Following is the list of players who
will he on Kauai next Friday morning
Charles En Sue, centerfielder. Rats
right and left, throws left-handed.
Dangerous man on the bases. Has
played in China, Japan, Cuba and on
Yen Chin, outfielder. Bats and
throws right-handed. Fast fielder
nnd a speedy man in circling bases,
lias played in Cuba and all over the
Albert Kong, outfielder and relief
pitcher. Bats nnd fields right-handed.
Has wonderful throwing arm.
Good hitter and fast on bases.
Wnh Chec, substitute catcher. Bats
left and right. Throws with right
and is a comer.
linnn ici vim. nltcher and catcher.
rinMffnrniio mini whn heaves with his
right. Good hitter and heady player.
Hoon Chong Ylm, first baseman,
considered tho best In Honolulu.
Throws with right and bats from
either side of the plate.
Luck Yee Lnu, pitcher. Has play
.i i . i. rifiont nnd nn the mainland
til 111 IHO - -
and Cuba. . Bats right-handed and
throws the same manner. iwo
ot smoke, on the pill.
Fun Luke, outfielder. a young
ster of St. Louis college. Faot
fielder, fair hitter. Bats and throws
Kong Tsl l'ong, an rjunu kuuuiu,
mfielder. Fast on lases and goou
sticker. . . .
Kan Yea Chun, the nest caiener
Hawaii has ever produced. Captain
. ..,, Throws with his right
and bats left and right. Has played
in Orient ana states.
Tim Kopp, a recent addition to the
team, is a comer. Young, he is will
ing to learn. Good hitter and plays
infield with much skill. Bats right
handed. Henry Koulli, Honolulu's most dan
gerous slugger. Bats left and right.
Regular position, third base. Throws
right-handed. Played in Cuba and
throughout states. .
Lang Akana, star fielder, bats left
but throws with his right. Has trav
elled with Chinese from California to
Albert Akana, all round player, is a
steady player. Good sticker and has
good throwing arm. Bats right and
throws with right.
S. Kal Luke, shortstop, throws and
bats right-handed. Dangerous hitter
and wonderful fielder. Led tho
league in batting last year.
John Ah Leong, formerly ot Maul,
now with the Honolulu Iron Works, is
a new coiner in the box. Has pitch
ed wonderfully in Commercial league
games in Honolulu. Has lots of
speed nnd curves.
Ah Tau, substitute infielder, is a
youngster. Throws and bats right
handed. Fast man on bases.
KOLOA PROTESTS GAME
Secretary A. Q. 'Marcallino, of the
Kauai Athletic Association, has re
ceived a protest on thi umpire s
decision in their game played with
Grove Farm last Sunday.
The play upon which the protest
is based, happened in the 8th inning
with a man on second. The umpire
called a balk on the Grove Farm
pitcher on a throw to third, and
allowed the runner his base. After
talking with the captain and manager
of the Grove Farm team the umpire
changed his decision and called the
runner out. Koloa protests that If
the umpire changes his decision he
should allow-the runner to return to
The matter will be brought up at
Secretary "Jack" Stone
Hunting Kauai Goats
John E. (Jack) Stone, who has
for the past two years been secrelarj
to Governor Charles J. McCarthy, Is
spending two weeks on Kauai, hunt
ing, resting, loafing and recuperating.
He Is now at the government cottag.fc
at Kokee with James Davidson, man
ager of the Hofgaard stores, hunting
Durijng the past Jack Stone has
probably . met and pleased more men
than any other business man in the
territory. A lot ot men, and women,
too, often had little pet schemes that
they wanted to put before the gov
ernor. It was Stone's job to meet all
of those people and to find out what
they wanted. It was also his dut
to tell a pretty good percent of them
that the governor was too busy to
see them. But he always did it in a
way that made the man or woman
leave with the Impression that, al
though they did not see the gover
nor, their visit had been well worth
while and profitable.
Jack Is a diplomat, all right. It
takes a pretty good man to make you
happy at the time he Is showing you
how worthless your little plans
plans that you had considered big
are. In the past the secretary changed
about as often, and sometimes often
er, than the governor did. But Jack
Stone's chance for retaining his job
under the new administration are
about one hundred percent. For
several years he was a reporter and
feature writer tor the Star-Bulletin.
Governor Farrington knows him.
That Is enough. Anybody that knows
Jack Stone would have to hunt a
long time before finding a better
man to replace him.
a meeting of the association after the
NO LEAGUE GAMES
SUNDAY, JULY 3
On account ot the baseball game
between the All-Chinese of Honolulu
and the Japanese of Kauai on Sunday
July 3rd, the regular league games
scheduled for that date have heen
postponed to the end of the season. 1
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