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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1921
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SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Grove Farm Takes Game
From McBryde; Makee
Noses Out Makaweli
Grove Farm upset all the dope
when they beat Talking Tilly's Mc
Bryde club by the close score of three
to two. Tilly and Manuel Perreira
hooked up in a pitchers battle with
the Earm boy having the "best of the
argument. Perreira held the hard
hitting McBryde club to six hits and
struck out eight, walked one man and
hit one batter, while Tilly allowed
eleven hits, struck out ten men, al
lowed no passes and hit one batter.
Neither side threatened during the
early part of the game and McBryde
was the. first to score. In the fifth
with one out, Moura singled to left
and went to second when Ching sing
led over second. Sally Watase . pop
ped out to the infield. Moura stole
third and scored when Malina threw
the ball to left field.
The Farmers did not trail long, but
came back in their half of the sixth.
Fernandez struck out, but Perreira
singled over second and went to
third when Prioste doubled down the
third base line. Gerbacio got his
third hit of the day a double to left
center scoring Perreira and Prioste.
Just to make it sure they scored
one more in the seventh. Shinno was
safe on Chlng's error, but was picked
off first by Tilly. Malina singled to
center and scored on Roke's long
double to left.
McBryde threatened to tie the
score. In the first of the eighth when
Ching was safe on Carvalho's error
and went to second while Sally Watase
was going out Perreira to Prioste.
George Watase singled to right,
Ching going to third.' Spalding sing
led over third, Ching scoring and
Watase going to second. Right here
Manuel Perreira tightened up and
struck out Antone Perreira and Tilly.
Perreira held them safe in the ninth
and McBryde was bumped out of
Gerbacio was the batting star of the
day, gathering two doubles and two
singles out of four times at bat Casey
Ahana was the fielding star, playing
a bang up game In the field and col
lecting a hit tor himself. He showed
a world of Improvement over his
game of Sunday before last.
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Watase, E. ct
Watase, G. 3b
Perreira, A. lb
ab r b po
2 0 0 0
33 2 6 24 8 3
ab r b po a e
Roke, 88 4 0 1 0 1 3
Fernandez, It 3 0 0 0 0 0
Perreira, p 4 1114 0
Prioste, lb 4 1 2 9 0 0
Carvalbo, cf 4 0 0 1 0 1
Gerbacio, rf 4 0 4 0 0 0
Ahana, 2b 3 0 1 4 3 0
Shinno, 3b 4 0 13 10
Malina, c 4 119 2 0
Total 34 3 11 27 11 4
Two base hits, Gerbaslo (2) Roke,
Prioste. Double play: G. Watase to J.
Perreira to A. Perreira. Struck out by
Tilly 10; by Perreira 8. Base on balls
Perreira 1. Hit by pitcher, Fernandez
by Tilly; E. Watase by Perreira.
Stolen bases, Moura (2). Left on
bases, McBryde 7, Grove Farm 9.
Earned runs, McBryde 0, Grove Farm
3. Umpires: Fern and Ohama. Scor
ers: Case and Kazu.
LIHUE WINS BY FORFEIT
Lihue won the first forfeited game
of the year as the Englnoers failed
to put in an appearance. Internal dif
ferences is said to be the cause of
the break up of the Breakwater boys
Makee Noses Out Makaweli
The Makees went into the lead of
the Kauai league on Sunday when
they nosed out Makaweli while Tilly's
clan of McBryders were losing to
Grove Farm at Lihue. The score was
7 to 6, and off hand you might have
expected a game in which the win
ners just managed to nose out the
losers In a big inning, but there was
nothing to it but the Makeec until the
8th inning. For seven innings, Cum
mings held Makaweli to only three
hits and no runs, and then something
happened which' nearly upset the
The Makeea scored three in the
first inning. Wramp soaked Ahana,
and Pedro booted Dot's fly to right.
Hee filed to right and Ahana scored
after the catch. Dol scored on Kat
sunuma's wild peg to third. Tsune
hlro doubled and stolo second. Soong
beat out an Infield hit and another
run tallied. In the fourth, the Ma
kees made it six to nothing. Rod
Hgues doubled, Yoshlda singled-and
Cummings walked, filling the bases
with no down. Ahana scratched a
hit on a Grounder and Rodrigues
scored. Dol hit a timely single over
second and Cummings and Yoshlda
crossed the pan. Makee's last run
came in the 6th when Tsunehlro was
safe on a fielder's chloce; stole second
advanced to third on Katsunuma's
bad peg to second, and scored when
Soong scratched another infield hit.
Makaweli started things going In
the last half of the eighth. Katsun
nia singled and so did Conant, but
King let the ball go through his legs
and two runs came in. The next
three men were easy outa. In the
9th Nakashima started by flying to
right. Ishlmura singled and Wramp
hit to Cummings, who had an easy
double play on his hands, but he
threw wild to second and both run
ners were safe. Okabe filed to
right and the danger seemed over,
but Katsunuma doubled and Ishlmura
scored. Conant hit a grounder to
Tsunehlro which was booted and
Katsunuma and Wramp scored.
Anee singled and Conant scored.
With Burgess up, the chances for a
tied score seemed bright, but a pop
fly to third ended the rally.
Features of the game were Con-
ant's fielding In center for Makaweli
and Katsunuma's hitting. For the
Makees, Dot In right played all over
the field and made two almost im
possible catches, and also contribu
ted a timely single which brought in
two runs. Kenneth Hee at third
had a great day and his wonderful
pegging pulled his team mates out
of several dangerous situations. Rod
rigues on first also played in grand
style but misjudged an easy fly,
which however, did no damage. His
double in the 4th started the rally
which eventually won the, game.
STANDING OF CLUBS
W L Pc
Makee 6 1 855
McBryde 6 2 750
Lihue ' 6 2 714
Grove Farm 4 4 600
Koloa 3 4 428
Makaweli 2' 5 286
Engineers ' 0 8 000
Boxing Show Proves
A Good Exhibition
A knockout and a poor decision
featured the first boxing show put on
by the Garden Island Athletic Club.
Battling Dandlng stopped Sledgo Win-
ton In the last round of their six round
battle. Danding was leading all the
way as he had the lead in every round
except the third, which was even.
Winton fought a good, game battle
but the Filipino boy knew too much
for him. Thionly place that Sledge
had tho best of it was in the infight
ing. Every time they got close he
would punish the Battler with his
right hand to the stomach. But at
long range work the Battler had far
the best of it. He dropped Winton for
the count of five in the second with a
right to the Jaw, but tho local boy
came back and almost fought himself
into a draw. The end came rather un
expectedly In the last half of tho sixth.
Winton was tiring fast but gamely
rushed the Battler. The Filipino boy
sidestepped and hooked his left flush
to the jaw, and it was all over but the
counting. The Filipinos went wild and
piled Into the ring everyone trying
to shake hands with the winner.
The local boy showed lack of train
Ing, and poor handling, but at that
the Filipino fighter was the better
man. At no time during tho fight
was he in distress, and he managed
to keep his left hand in Winton's
face most of the time. Winton was
willing and game but showed lack of
The special event, which was a
four-round go between Clawhammer
Wood, of the U. S. Engineers, and
Maximo do la Cruz, was marred by
a poor decision the bout being called
a draw. Wood had every round but
the second and he had those by a
large margin. Maximo had the sec
ond by a light shade but Wood came
back in the third and fought tho Kea
lia boy off his feet, knocking him
down in a neutral corner for the
count of three. At no time did Max
imo back up, but kept right on com
ing, but Wood was too heavy and
strong for him.
Both boys vere tired, during the
fourth, but Woods shook up Maximo
several times with wicked right
hooks. The final bell found them go
ing hammer and tongs, with Woods
doing the-m08t damage. A draw was
an injustice to Woods, but it was
greeted with cheers by the Filipino
fans. It appeared to the writer that
the decision was a concession to the
Filipinos who were by far the ma
jority of the crowd.
A' Battle Royal between four Fill-
pino boys, that was a scream as a
comedy and a joke as a fight, was the
second preliminary, while a comedy
bout between the two Mikes, was the
Both of the big fights were good
and were worth while going to see,
but the management should have put
on at least three preliminaries so as
to develop some new material for the
later shows. The crowd was fairly
large, but the class of bouts deserved
a full house.
Ned Chilllngworth refereed, while
Doctor Branch kept time and BUI
Wright, Shorty Hartz and Charlie
Fern were the Judges.
Dandlng has taken Maximo under
his wing and will take the local boy
to Honolulu for training and exper
ience. Maximo has the makings of
a good fighter as he is game and has
a fairly good left hand and carries a
wallop in his right, as his knockdown
of Heine on the Fourth will testify.
The two things that, he lacks are ac
curacy and ability to block body
blows. Maximo expects to stay in
town until the first of September
then he wants a return match here
with Heine. He feels his defeat by
the Kapaa homesteader very keenly
and ts anxious to redeem himself.
Johnny Reis, of Kapaa, challenges
any local boy weighing one hundred
and twenty pounds. He wants to meet
him at the next show put on by the
athletic club. Johnny should have
no trouble getting a match as there
are plenty of Filipino boys that are
capable of meeting him. Either Ben
ito, of Lihue. or VIncente, of Kealla,
should give him a good match.
A report has reached the camp of ,
Clawhammer Woods that Battling
Danding would like to meet him in
a six round bout. Woods says he is
ready to meet the. Battler any time
during the month of August. It Is
now up to the Battler.
(Continued on pago 6.)
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