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SAFE DEPOSIT VA UL TS
Lihue Loses to Farmers
Makaweli to McBryde
Grove Farm continued their up
ward climb, at the expense of the Li
hue club, defeating them by the score
of five to thfeo. Errors at the crit
ical momenta behind Teves and
bunched hits off Mitsumoto who re
placed him gave the Farmers their
Lihue was the tirBt to score and
started right after Gerbacio in the
first inning. Tal singled over sec
ond but was forced at second by Fu
jil. Fujli promptly stole second.
Mitsumoto struck out, but Tank
singled to center, Fugit going to third
and scoring on Teves' hit to right,
Tank going to third, and scored on
Porrerrr's wild throw to the bag.
Lihue scored their last run in the
third when Fuji! walked and Mitsu
moto bunted him along to second,
stole third and scored when Shlnno
let Malina's peg get away into left
The Farmers came back in the sec
ond when Ahana was safe at cecond
when Tai fielded his drive cleanly
but threw wild to first. "Casey"
stole tbird and scored on Jun's error
in right. i!
Grove Farm' scored again in the
fifth when Fernandez walked, went
to second on a balk, went to third
when Perrera singled to center, and
scored while Perrera was being
thrown out stealing second.
They came right back In the sixth
and scored (wo. Gerbacio and Car
valho singled. Shinno dumped one
in front of the plate and Tank tagged
him and then pulled the prize boner
of the day when he threw to first
when Gerbacio and Carvalho were
fighting for the possession of second.
Gerbacio started for third and Schu
maker threw wild to base. Gerbacio
scoring and Curvnlho going to third.
He scored a moment later when Roke
singled over third.
Mitsumoto replaced Teves in the
seventh and held the Farmers safe
for two Innings but In the first of the
ninth when Fernandez singled and
Perrera doubled, Fernandez going to
third. Ahana singled scoring Fer
nandez, Perrera being held at third.
Gerbacio hit one over second that
looked like a hit but Tai managed to
get his hands on it, throwing him out
Lihue seems to have lost their pep
once the Farmers went into the lead
and the result was never in doubt.
They used poor headwork several
times, using the sacrifice play w(th a
man on first and one out.
Manuel. Perrera was the hitting
star, getting three hits while Casey
Ahana handled eight chances with
out a boot.
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McBryde was never in danger. It
was another case of too much Tilly,
the Westenders being unable to hit
him with any consistency. Furtado
was not too effective and was hit
hard when hits meant runs.
Tilly broke the neason strikeout
record sending seventeen of the
Makaweli lads back to waterbucket
via the fanout method. Tilly pitch
ed one of the best games of his ca
reer and hid batters like Jimmy Bur
gess, Ishimura nad Katzunoma swing
ing their heads off. He got each
one of. them twice.
R II E
McBryde 7 11 4
Makaweli 4 6 3
Batteries: McBryde, Tilly and Gab
riel. Makaweli, Furtado and Katzu
mon:i. Standing of Clubs
Club . W . L Pet.
Makee 6 1 .855
McBryde 7 2 .777
Lihue B 3 .625
Grove Farm 5 4 .555
Koloa 4 4 .500
Makaweli 2 6 .250
Engineers 0 9 .000
KOLOA WINS BY FORFEIT
The Koloa team won the game from
the Engineers by a forfeit. The
Engineers are apparently pau but
have given no official notice as yet.'
start for Koloa and it the home team
can give him any kind of a lead he
may surprise the Kapaa boys.
Lihue vs. McBryde
Lihue and McBryde will meet at
Lihue. The .last time these two
teams met It was one of the best
games of the season, the result be
ing In doubt until the last man was
out In the ninth. With the brand of
ball that Lihue is playing at present
the boys from the West side should
have the edge, but as Lihue Is n
bunch of In and outers it is hard to
tell whf.t kind of a game they may
play. They may play a bang up
game and surprise even themselves.
Either Teves or Mitsumoto will pitch
for Lihue while it Is a cinch that Tilly
will work for McBryde.
Grove Farm vs. Engineers
Grove Farm is supposed to play
the Engineers and if the Breakwater
boys fall to show up for this game
they should be dropped from the
leagud and the schedule revised.
There would be no excuse for carry
ing them along any further. The
Engineers are mlgnty game sports
and took all their defeats like the
sportsmen they are, but they are out
of their class, and there Is no excuse
in putting on any more exhibitions of
the national pastime similar to the
past. There are several players on
the Engineers team that are capable
of holding their own on any of the
clubs in the league and they should
be allowed to sign up again with any
team that cares to use them.
the umpire called "balk", then called
the man out at third. In the event
that the umpire called "balk" Imme
diately the pitcher threw to third,
the rules were violated, as the ball
was dead, and the runner should have
been allowed hla base. After con
siderable argumentation on both
sides the umpire changed his decision
and allowed there was no balk, but
maintained the man was out at third.
If the umpire called the balk after be
ing convinced there was one, as
Grove Farm sees the play, the man
was out at third. The protest
hinges on whether the umpire called
"balk", Immediately, or after the
runner was called out at third. The
umpire, it Is understood, has made
several statements that do not coin
cide, and it is considered practically
impossible to settle the dispute.
Grove Farm volunteered to play the
game over, and this will probably be
done, at the end of the season.
SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF THE WEEK
Next Sunday s Games
Makee vs. Koloa
Makee meets Koloa at Koloa and
if Dr. Waterhouse's club does not
stop the leaders it looks like it will
be all over but the shouting.
Koloa was defeated last time the
two teams met but not before the
Makee supporters were badly fright
ened, in fact it was only through
some inexcusable errors by the in
field that Champs managed to win.
Last time a second string pitcher
was started against Koloa and they
hit him so hard that -Jonah Cum
mings had to be rushed to the rescue
i without getting a chance to wtrm up.
I This time they will take no chances
jbut start the sunburnt hurler right
I off the reel. Robello will probably
KOLOA-GROVE FARM GAME
TO BE PLAYED OVER
The Baseball meeting called for
Friday evening was not attended by
representatives of a sufficient num
ber of teams to constitute a quorum,
and no official business was trans
acted. However, representatives of
the Grove Farm and Koloa teams
were present to settle the protest en
tered by Koloa of the game played at
Koloa on June 26.
Koloa protested the game in that
the umpire had made several errors
in rules that seriously affected their
changes of winning the game. The
one mistake claimed fatal to Koloa
was when, with two outs, a man on
second started for third. The pitch
er threw to third and there lies the
argument still unsettled. Grove
Farm claims the umpire called the
man out immediately. Kolna says
Mrs. Foster Horner entertained a
few friends, last Tuesday afternoon,
at tea In honor of Mrs. Albert Horner.
The guest of honor leaves Honolulu,
via the Matsonia, next Wednesday for
a three months tour of the states.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Uice entertain
ed about ' thirty young people nt a
moonlight swim and supper purty at
the W. II. Bice beach house at Haena,
last Saturday evening.
A delightful bridge was given by
Mrs. Adrian Engelhart of Lihue- for
about twenty guests Wednesday af
ternoon. Mrs. Engelhart entertained
In honor of Miss Juliet Rice and Miss
Louise Gervln of Honolulu. . Miss
Rice has Just returned from college
having spent the last year at Vaasar,
while Miss Gervln Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. William Rice.
The McBryde Social Club gave its
monthly moonlight party at the beach
house at Wahlawa Saturday evening.
A swim and a delightful dinner was
the entertainment for the evening.
Mrs. William Grote and children of
Kealla hove moved ' to their beach
house at Koloa to spend a few weeks
of the school vacation. Mrs. David
Jamieson and daughter of Lihue are
visiting them for two weeks.
ab r h po a e
Roke If. 5 0 2 0 0 0
Fernandez cf. 4 2 1 0 0 0
Perrera ss 5 0 3 2 2 0
Ahana2b 3 116 2 0
Prioste lb 5 0 0 9 0 u"
Gerbacio p 4 110 0 0
Carvalho rf 4 1 2 0 0 0
Shinny 3b 3 0 0 3 3 2
Malina c 4 0 0 7 5 0
37 5 10 27 10 2
ab r h po a e
Tai 3b ss 4 0 1 2 2 1
Fuji! 2b 3b 2 2 0 4 0 2
Mitsumoto ssp 300411
Ohama c 4 1 1 11 5 0
Teves M. cf 2 0 10 10
Teves J.lf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Schumacher lb 4 0 1 4 0 1
Teves Mar. p2b 401000
Jun rf 10 110 1
Ishi rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
Isheda 1 0 0 0 0 0
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Isheda batted for Schumacher In the
Summary. Two baso hits Perrera.
Double plays Ahana to Prioste.
Struck Out by Gerbacio 7, by Tevea
4 by Mitsumoto 6. Base on balls,
off Gerbacio 3 off Teves 4, oft Mit
sumoto 1. Hit by pitcher, M. Teves
by Gerbacio. Earned runs Grove
Farm 2 Lihuej 1. Left on bases,
Grove Farm 10, Lihue 5. Stolen
base, Fernandez, Ahana," Fujil, Teves
M. Umpires Fern ' and Wong.
McBryde 7, MAKAWELI 4
McBryde kept their hold on second
place by defeating Makaweli by the
score of seven to four. Tilly held
the Westenders safe throughout the
game, only easing up In the ninth
when the Makaweli boys managed to
shove three runs over the pan. Mc
Bryde came out of their hitting
slump and hit Furtado hard. George
Tamaka hit one of his offerings to
deep center for a homer. The game
was too onesided to be interesting as
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