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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1921
McBryde Celebrates Fourth
With Big Day of Sports
A Fourth of July celebration was
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Visiting Chinese Too Much
Class For Local Teams
Ernest Heine Gets Decision
Over Maximo On Points
is IT FAIR
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All Chinese vs. Llhue
Before a fairly large Saturday
crowd at Walpoull, the All-Chinese
team, champions of Oahu, played Its
first game on Kauai and defeated
Llhue to the tune of 13-4.
Llhue drew first blood In the 2nd
when Okuda singled ana won ki
soaked M. Tevea in the ribs. scnu-
macher advanced both with a ground
er and Mltsumoto squeezed Okuda
In. J. Teves singled and sent
brother Manuel in with the second
run for Llhue. Llhue got another
In the fifth and her last run in the
The All-Chinese came from behind
and made one In the second, another
in the third, tying the count. Two
more crossed the pan In the 4th and
a fusilade of two baggers and Bingles
in the 6th, aided by a couple of errors
added six tallies to the run column.
They added one each in the 6th, 7th,
and 8th, making a total of fourteen
for the day.
Hon Kl was on the mound for the
All-Chinese and Mltsumoto for Llhue.
The latter walked one, struck out
none, and allowed slxteqlh hits In
cluding seven doubles. Hon Kl
allowed eight hits Including (one
double, and struck out three.
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All-Japanese vs. All-Chinese
The first game of the doublehead-
er on Sunday was a slaughter ending
fourteen to one In favor of the visit
ors from Honolulu. Okuda, who had
been so effective against the Makees
last Sunday was bumped for eighteen
hits and the eight errors committed
by his team-matea helped consider
Luck Yee, the Chinese's best bet
on the mound, worked in this game
and his speed and fast breaking
curves sent thirteen local batters
back to the bench via the b. o. route.
Only three hits were secured off his
delivery, and only one free pass was
handed out by him.
The Chinese scored all their runs
In two Innings, eight In the second
inning on eight hits, and six in the
Gth on 6 hits. Dol scored the only
run for the Japanese when he walked
in the 4th. stole second and scored
when Kualii erred at third on a low
throw from Cheong at first on
All-Kaual vs. Chinese
This was the first close game of
the holiday series, ending five to two
in favor of the Chinese.
John Aleong of Walluku, Maul, a
recent addition to the All-Chinese
team, worked for the visitors, and he
proved just as puzzling to the All
Kauais as Luck Yee was to the All
Japanese In the first game of the
iifternoon. Only three hits were
secured off his slants and twelve men
fanned the atmosphere In vain
attempts to connect.
Marcelline Teves of Llhue labored
for the locals and managed to hold
the heavy hitting Chinese team to
only seven hits and five runs.
The Chinese scored four jn the
third on five hits and another in the
4th without hit, a walk and Ohama's
error causing the damage. Two
errors In the second by Aleong and
Cheong coupled with a double by
Ohnma, scored the two runs made by
Makees vs. All-Chinese
The only game whii'h a Kauai
team had u chance to win was played
by the Makees on July 4th. In this
Kama, Luck Yee, who had worked a
full game only the day previous,
seemed to be all in, and was not even
hulf as effective as he was the day
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out five, walked two and lilt four j
batters. Cummlngs for the Makers
whs nnlnltcheil. but fine support by
'hlH team mates held the score down.
Tsunehiro at short played a star
game, but Rodrlgues on first was off
and mussed up a couple of easy
chances to help his team along.
The Makees scored one hit In the
second, throe In the fourth, four in
the seventh, and one in the 9th.
The Chinese got one In the first, four
In the third, one In the 4th, four In
the Gth and one In the 7th.
When the ninth inning opened, the
scorn stood at eleven to eight with
Luck Yee still on the mound. He
had been rather unsteady in the pre
vious inning, and seemed tired.
Tsunehiro, first up, doubled to the
loft, and when Soong drew four wide
one, Kan Yen, captain of the Chi
nese, frightened at the prospect of
losing to the Makees in the last in
ning, sent Luck Yee back to the
bench and called Aleong in to save
the day. Hopes were high, but King
raised a fly to center on which Tsune
hiro scored, and Morita and Yoshida
both grounded out shortstop to first.
The boxing program at the Legion's
celebration was pulled off in good
style. The first preliminary between
Vincents of Kealla and Benito of Ll
hue resulted In a win for the former.
Vincente did all the leading ana kept
bis left hand in his larger opponent's
face most of the time. Both boys
showed lack of condition and tired
fast. In the second bout David Kea-
lona threw away an excellent chance
wnen no louied bis opponent Koku
uy hitting htm while ne was on the
Moor utter he had dropped him with
a right to the Jaw. David was hitting
Roke at will before the end came
and he had the Puhl boy thinking
that it was raining boxing gloves.
David's foul was due to Inexperience
and with a little more training will
n.ake somo of the tt puotchQrs go to
Ernest Heine got a well-earned
decision over Maximo, all three
judges giving the verdict to the
homesteader. There was quite a
howl from the Filipino boy's corner
when the decision was given but as
Johnny Malina put it, Heine hit Max
imo with everything but the ring
posts and the water bucket. Maximo
started out as If he was going to
finish Heine In short order taking the
first round by a big margin and
things did not look so well for Heine
In the second when Maximo dropped
him with a right cross just after the
round opened. Heine took the count
of nine and then got up and fought
the Kealla boy off his foot for the
rest of the round. He Btarted In
putting a right to the body every time
Maximo would lead and shook up the
Filipino boy badly. He kept these
tactics up for the rest of the
fight and had Maximo hanging on
several times. Maximo kept missing
with his left to the face and showed
that he lacked practice In boxing. He
has had quite a bit of trouble getting
sparring partners and his fighting
showed It Monday. He fought a
game battle but It was a case of
held yesterday at the Eleele athletic
field. In spite of the counter attract
ions on the other side of the island
there were many people out and a
big program given. Two boxing
bouts were staged, the contestants
leing members of the crew of the
Eaglo boat which was moored off
All kinds of athletic stunts were
provided. Foot races, hurdle races,
base ball throwing contests and field
events showed some very promising
talent In the McBryde district. Some
of the records made compare very
tuvoiably with those made in the big
trterschc lastic contests In Honolulu.
i, n) df the most entertaining tex
tures of the day was a machine gun
drill given by members of the Eagle
boat crew, assisted by the recruits
from the McBryde district. About
fifty of the men from that side of the
island are now enrolled as recruits
in the fourth reserve.
The muin event of the day, of
course, was me uaueoau game oe
tween McBryde and the 44th Infantry
team. It was an exciting game, with
each team well represented with en
thusiastic backers, who rooted them
selves hoarse In the good cause. The
game went to the soldiers by a score
of 9 to 4.
LEAGUE GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
The following regular league ball
games will be played next Sunday:
Engineers vs McBryde at Llhue.
Makee vs Grove Farm at Makee.
Makawell vs Koloa at Makawell.
Now that the Dempsey-Carpentier
fight Is over, we can settle back and
watch Babe Ruth knock home runs
What's the matter with having a
handicap golf tournament to stim
uiate the game on Kauai?
Heine knowing too much for him.
Maximo was challenged by Kid
Winton and the two boys are match
Rainbow Trout Increasing
In the Kokee Streams
The rainbow trout that Fish Com
missioner Kelley placed in the Kokee
stream a little over a year ago are
growing In size and numbers. Some
of the largest of them are ten or
twelve Inches long now, and they
have all the fighting instincts of a
regular cold water trout. In the af
ternoons and evenings they may be
seen In the deeper pools swimming
and Jumping about as friskily as
their ancestors ever did in the
streams of Washington.
Commissioner Wilson, who has
been at Kokee for the past two weeks
has placed a number of new trout
eggs in the stream. These eggs are
from a different type of trout. The
stream should soon be populated with
large group of sport fish. But
fishermen muBt not try their luck
yet In getting them out. The num
ber Is yet too small to take chances
on their extermination.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
Editor, Garden Island,
On the eve of the departure of our
All-Chinese Baseball Team, we wish
to express our appreciation through
the columns of your paper to the
committees and people for their hos
pitalities and generosities given us
during our visit. We also wish to
thank Messrs. C. A. Baggott, Lee
Wing, Henry AkI, Dr. S. Y. Chang,
Y. Y. Tseu, David Wilson, Anjo
Souza and J. M. Spalding for
their automobiles and ball park at
our disposal We hope to have the
pleasure of visiting your beautiful
Island again next year.
Thanking you In advance for pub
lishing this letter, we are
ALL-CHINESE B. B. TEAM,
KIN LUKE, Manager
SAI KEE AU Secretary
Even though the Kauai ball teams
were outclassed by the Chinese, they
gained some valuable experience by
ed to go at Kapaa Saturday July 16th. 'playing them.
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