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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1921
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Two Good Games and
A Decidedly Poor One
With three-fourths of the infield
made up of recruits playing . against
the Makees for the first time this
year, the drove Farm team, with
Manager Case at the helm, nut de
feat at Kapna on Sunday in the hands
of the Makees by the score of 10 to
3, but managed to make a much bet
ter showing than in their last meet
ing in May. Shino at third, M. Fer
nandez at second, aud K. C. Ahana,
who used to play baseball in 1910,
were the recruit im'ieldors, and al
though K. C. Ahana's arm was
rather a bit too strong, resulting In
several wild pegs, we must admit
that this new infield is a vast im
provement over the old one.
Gerbucio, the Filipino southpaw
who w-.3 '.:nrc'.:ed out in the last
meeting of the two .teams, stayed tho
route, but could not hold tho Makee
batters safe when bus meant runs.
Errors by K. C. Ahana and Shino
however, spoiled whatever chances
ho had for a victory. He struck out
six and had excellent control, only
one man being passed. He Billowed
eleven nits Including five doubles and
a couple of triples.
The Makee trotted out a new pitch
er in the person of "Talkative" Lee
Shin, who, with his slow curves and
a brand new motion, struck out seven
Farmers, walked two and allowed
seven hits including a double and a
Grove Farm started scoring in the
first inning. Lee hit Roke, F. Fer
nandez bunted safely, and when
Soong dropped a peg from Ilodrigues,
two runs crossed the pan. The other
run came in the seventh on singles
by Trioste and Calvalho..
The Makees scored two in the first
on IIee'3 triple and Tsunehiro's
single aided by Gerbaclo's error.
Doubles by Soong and Cummings in
the 4th, coupled with K. C. Ahana's
wild peg, let in another brace of
runs. In the fifth, Tsunehiro's triple
and Rodrigues' double, again aided by
K. C. Ahana's wild peg, added a
couple to the Makee's total. A pas,
three errors and a single let in three
runs in the Gth. Two singles and
another double in the 8th drove in
another run, making a total of ten.
A Slaughter of the Innocents
McBryde "on'.inucs to lead the
league winning from tho U. S. En
gineers Sunday at LiLue. The
game was very onesided, the final
score being fourteen to nothing.
Tilly, who worked for McBryde, was
never in danger and held the Engin
eers safe at will. In the seventh
errors put two men on Imse with
none down and Tilly opened up and
struck out the next three men. Costa
who twirled for the Engineers, was
wild and combined with ragged sup
port by his team made an uninterest
Kola Trims Makaweli Again
Koloa and Makaweli put on a real
old fashioned slugging bee at Maka
weli, Koloa coining out on the long
end of a twelve to nine score. Wramp
who worked for Makaweli, was
greeted with a heavy bombardment
by the Koloa sluggers and chased to
showers in the third inning--nine
runs being scored off him in that
time. Furtado, who replaced him,
was much more effective, holding
Koloa to three runs in the last six
innings. Even at- that he is
charged with the defeat as Makaweli
fought an uphill battle and tied the
score in the sixth.
Marcus Monsarrat won the game in
the seventh when he poled one of
Furtado's offerings to deep center for
a homer with one man on. Mark
had a good day at the bat, gathering
four hits out of four trips to the
Makaweli did not play their usual
game behind their pitchers and the
support was inclined to be ragged at
times. Uobello was in hot water
several tmes but managed ito get out
before serious damage was done.
Games Next Sunday
Makeo vs. Makaweli at Makaweli
Lihue vs. Engineers at Lihue
Grove Farm vs. McBryde at Lihue
Makee meets Makaweli on the west
side diamond and up to game with
Koloa the west-enders were expected
to give tho champions a buttle, but
after tho showing against Hr. Water
house's boys their stock has slumped
considerably. Makaweli intends to
.start Lopez, the former Brave from
Honolulu, and if they give him the
support that they are capable of it
may develop into a pitcher's battle.
Makee will use their strongest lineup
as they are not going to take any
Lihue meets the Engineers in the
first game of the doubleheader at
Lihue. By all Indications Lihue
should be returned an easy victor.
Grove Farm will meet McBryde in
the second game and a goid game
can be expected. The Farmers
played better ball in their return
game with Makee and when the new
infield gets a little more work to
gether the Farm boys will be serious
contenders. ' '
McBryde continues to make enough
runs to win while Tilly holds the
enemy safe, and they claim they are
going through the rest of the season
without losing a game. With Ger
bacio in form once more, Tilly and
he should hook up in a battle that
will be worth going to see.
STANDING OF CLUBS
Clubs W L Pet
McBryde 6 1 .855
Makee Ti 1 .833
Lihue 4 2 .667
Grove Farm 3 4 . .428
Koloa 3 4 .428
Makaweli 2 4 .333
i Engineers 0 7 .noo
Boxing Show To Be
. Staged at the Armory
Kauai is to have its first large box
ing show at Lihue armory Saturday,
July sixteenth. Ed Chillingworth
has arranged three bouts, and ,on
paper, the card looks like a good one.
He has imported Battling Handing,
the Filipino lightweight from Manila,
who has been going so good in Hono
lulu. The Battler has had five fights
and has won the decision every time.
He has a fast left hand and is very
shifty, being a hard man to hit He
will meet "Sledge" Winton. who is a
local boy. Winton was formerly in
the army at Fort Ruger and had
plenty of experience in the ring.
Winton depends more on a wallop to
win for him and plans to add the
"Battler" to his long string of knock
outs. The semi-windup will be a four
round go between Maximo de la Cruz,
the Filipino flash, and Clawhammer
Wood, of the U. S. Engineers. Max
imo is well known to local fans and
his fight against Heine on the Fourth
will linger long in the minds of Kauai
fight fans. Maximo is determined
to get a return match with Heine and
with that end in view is taking on
ny boy that the promoters give him.
Maximo clr.ims' thnt h was poorly
j handled that day and thinks that he
can beat Heine in a return go.
I Wood is an unknown quantity i but
j those who have seen him work out
(claim that he will spoil the Fi'iplno
! bov's chancres for a return match with
Heine. Ho is said to have a good
right hand and is willing to mix at
nil time. Maximo has never bwn
l-nown to back up so when the'.e two
ger in tho ring together it ought to
be ii icr' Donnybrook.
Benito, of Lihue, who lost to Vin-
The Maui polo team, champions of 'rente meets Roke of Puhl, in the cut
the Hawaiian islands, defeated the ; tain rr.Wer. If Roke does not f'ght
Oahu quartet at Baldwin Field on ,?ny mora than he did on the Fourth
July 4th by a score of 6 to 3 in what he shem'd be barred from th? local
close followers of the sport declared , r'nij. Benito is a willing boy ai'd if
the fastest game of polo ever staged . I'.olce will stand up and fight this
on the grounds. The game was match k'iouUI be a good one. '
featured by the marvelous work of All the boys are members of the
Sam Baldwin of the winning team. Athletic Club and only members of
A string of automobiles encircled the i the club will be allowed to attend,
entire field and the turnout of fans There are two forms of membership,
LIHUE DIAMOND NEETJS
A NEW SET OF BASES
Wc would respectfully suggest that
tho mumpers of Lihue. Grove Farm
and Engineers baseball teams got to-
geth( r and provide some n-w bases
for the "field before next Sundiy.
The present bases are a bunch of old
rags, and are worse than no'hing.
MAUI POLO TEAM
WINS FROM OAHU
was estimated at 2000.
citizon and non citizen.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
44th Infantry, Schofield Barracks
Hear Mr. Editor:
I wish to place these few meagre
lines of sincere gratitude and thanks
at jour disposal Un- publication in
your worthy anii iv.p.Htive paper.
Being one of the numbers of the
44th Infantiy Band and Baseball
Team which visited tlu Island of
Kauai, I wish to express our sincere
thanks for tho hospitalities thown us
while o'l our too short visit to the
wonderful Isle of Kauai. The hearty
welcome with which we wjre receiv
ed at Makaweli, Elecle and various
other places of interest, duo to gener
ous disposition of transportation pro
vided by the people of respective
plantations and which also availed us
the opportunity to enjoy the wonder
About the Island, there is naught I
am able to describe that you already
do not know, furthermore, I have not
at my command the proper or Justifi
able adjectives to express the won
derful splendor and rampant beauty
that abounds within that "Flawless
Gem", the Isle of Kauai.
Authors or poets in search of in
spiration or romance would be re
warded with all, from leaving the S.
S. Klnau, via ns did our forefathers,
a la row-boat, and vice versa, or per
haps were ho of the same mind as I,
he would never return.
From a land reputed for natural
scenic splendors, I can not truthfully
say that the Hawaiian Islands are
surpassed, of which 60 per cent is
within the Island of Kauai. Many a
visiting stranger, I'll wager to say
has viewed in awe and said in a soft,
a surprised voice, "Surely this must
be a rendezvous, a resting place or
playground for angels."
Hoping the day will come when I,
or other weary travellers, may return
to the Garden Island of Kauai, to bo
borne on the peaceful atmosphere to
oblivion from the seething, stricken
and struggling World, to let that Rest
of the World go by.
'Til we meet again,
Sgt. E. H. Fisher.
membership costs $1.00 and the non
citizen $ .75.
The first bout will start at eight
o'clock and Ned Chillingworth will
referee all three bouts.
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