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Makee Gets Another;
Lihue Drops To 4th
In a game featured by some sen
sational fielding and also some
stunts that would have been below
par even In a Class 55 league, the
Makee champions conquered Koloa
at Koloa by the score of 13 to 8.
Cummings, Makee's most depend
able hurler for the past two seasons,
was off form and twice, by allowing
hits with two down, enabled Koloa
to score. In all, eight hits were se
cured off his delivery and he gave
five passes, none of which however,
had anything to do with the scoring.
He struck out seven, but had noth
ing on Robello, who also whiffed a
like number. Robello, for Koloa, at
times seemed to have a world of
stuff and then seemed to have noth
ing but his glove. In the fourth, he
retired the Makees with three strike
outs in a row, but was continually
in hot water due to his lack of con
trol at other times, his nine passes
aiding the Makees materially,
kees was off durjng the first part
of the game, allowing two Koloa
runners to score on passed . balls but
settled down after the second inning
and played a great game both In
fielding and batting, contributing a
triple and a very timely single with
the bases filled. Yoshida, Rodrigues
and Doi also whaled the pill at op
portune moments. Yoshida In cen
terfield pulled the greatest catch of
the day in the ninth. Monsarret,
with a runner on first, leaned on one
of Cumming's fast shoots, and the
ball, with a Babe Ruth label pasted
on it, was traveling with express
train speed for the houses beyond
the Koloa road. Yoshida nearly mis
judged the terrific speed of the ball
and leaped up In the air just in
time to spear the drive with one
hand. It was a catch very seldom
seen and great applause greeted the
dimnutlve fielder of the Makees. Had
the ball gone- through, Monsarrat
could -easily have walked home.
For Koloa, Monsarrat, Robello, Cos
ta and Kazuma played well and bat
ted very timely. Sugar and Konda
in the field also played the game like
The Makees scored two in the
first, two in the third, one each in
the fifth and sixth, five in the sev
enth and two in the ninth. Koloa
scored three in the second, four
In the second, four in the fourth
and one in' the seventh.
McBryde held its own Sunday by
defeating Lihue while Makee wa.!
walloping Koloa. The Scotchman
had quite a battle on their hands as
the score was two all up to the ninth.
Mitsumoto and Tilly hooked up in
a pitchers' battle in which honors
were even until Mitsumoto weaken
ed in the ninth when an error by
Schumacher on a hit by Perreira and
a homer by Tilly gave the McBrydea'
the lead of the game.
Lihue was the first to score, put
ting two runs over the pan in the
third when Marcellino walked, was
sacrificed by Tai, and went to third
when Mitsu was safe on Antone Per
reira's error. Marcellino scored on
Manuel Teves' hit to center, Mitsu
going to third and Teves to second.
Mitsu scored when Tank was safe con
McBryde came right back and tied
it up when Spalding singled, went to
third on Antone Perriera's hit to
right and scored on Tilly's fly to
center. Perriera scored on Gabriel s
single to center.
From then on until the ninth only
one man got to first base off either
pitcher, both teams fielding in fine
Name ab r h po a
Watase, S. cf 4 0 0 1 0
Watase, G. 3b 4 0
Spalding, m 4 2
Perreira A. lb 4 2
Tilly, p 4
Gabriel, c 4
Kamaka, 2b 4
Perreira, J. If 3
Ako, rf 3 0 0 0 0
Total 34 5 6 27 8
Tai, rs 4 0 0 1
Mitsu. 2b 4 10 1
Ohama, c 4
Teves, M. cf 4
Mitsumoto, p 4
Fujii, K. 3b 4
Teves, J. It 4
Schumacher, lb .... 4
Teves, Mar. rf 3
0 0 1
2 2 10 0
1 1 O 2
0 1 12 0 0
0 0 2
r h po a e
0 0 13 1 0
0 2 5 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
2 3 27 5 2
McBryde's 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 35
BaseJilts 00013000 26
Llhue's 00020000 02
Basehits 00020001 03
Earned runs: McBryde 2. First
on bulls: Off Tilly 1; off Mitsumoto
1. Home run: Tilly. Struck out by
Tilly !); by Mitsumoto 12. Umpires
Marcellino and Case. Scorer Utaka
NOTES OF THE McBRYDE-
LIHUE BALL GAME
Gabriel and Antone Perrera were
the busy boys in the fielding line
for the Scots as they handled 22
chances between them. Antone boot
ed one but Gabriel came through the
day with a perfect score. He was
busy chasing foul balls and manag
ed to gather in three of them after
a hard run.
Antone had a good day with the
willow getting two of the six hits
that Mitsumoto allowed. His Texas
leaguer in the ninth was very time
ly as it drove in the winning run.
Tilly's homer came Just after but It
was just for good measure as one
run was plenty.
Manuel Teves made a game try for
Perrera's bingle but It was Just a
bit too short for him. Manuel man
aged to gather in five' chances in
the outfield without a boot besides
getting two of the three blows that
Linue got off Tilly. Not a bad day
for a ball player.
Tilly's homer was the real article
being a long high drive over Teve's
head. He never had a chance to
get it. It kept on rolling after it
hit and Tilly beat the throw to the
plate by many feet.
When a ball was hit to the out
field Sunday the scorer could not
say that the batter flew out to
Teves without being more explicit.
Lihue had a Teves in all three of
Walter Schumacher brought the
fans to their feet when he speared a
line drive over first base with one
hand. Wilter robbed him of a sure
three-bagger as the ball was travel
ing like a bullet.
Manuel Teves had the pleasant
experience of being called out by
one umpire and having the oth
er ump. correct his brother arbiter
and call him safe. Manuel started
to steal second and pulled one of
his famous crawling slides but Ga
briel had thrown him by five feet,
ed his back on the play, while he was
Umpire Case called him out and turn
doing' so George Kamaka was Juggl
ing the ball and finally dropped it.
Fortunately Marcellino was watch
ing and promptly called Teves safe.
Tilly, had the old hook working
and many a Lihue player almost
broke hs back trying to reach It.
Jonah Cummings almost sufered
whxt every pitcher hates. Jonah was
yanked In from the game In the
fifth after Koloa had driven four
runs over the pan. Henry Sheldon
rushed Lee Shin to the sidelines to
warm up but Jonah finally pulled
out of the hole.
Loafing on the bases cost Makee
a run in the third. Dol with two
out was on second and another run
ner on first. The double steal was
pulled and Haljime threw high to
third the ball rolling to the out
field. Dol continued on the plate
but seeing he had lots of time loafed
on tho play. The runner on second
tried to make third but was thrown
out before Doi had crossed the pan.
Makee showed that they had prof
ited by the visit of the Chinese
when Jonah .took a long wind up
when the squeeze play was expected.
The only trouble was that Jonah al
ways threw the ball right down the
alley instead of making a "waste
ball" that the batter could not hit.
Koloa got away with the squeeze
twice in a ro even though Makee
was all set up to stop it.
This is absolutely true even though
you may not believe it. Mark Mon
sarratt beat out a bunt that was
handled perfectly. He looked like
that rubber-tired Fordson tractor in
high when he rambled down to first.
Mircus out trying to hard to win
and if he had not been so consider
ate of Robello's feelings and replac
ed him with his extra pitcher in the
sixth he might have come out on
the long end of the score. Robello
was wild and could not find tho
plate. He was forced to lay them
right over to keep from walking the
batter and when he put them over
Makee slapped them.
Arthur Wong umpired at Koloa and
got away fine. Arthur has only onra
weakness. The crowd never knows
what he calls. If he learns to
throw up his right hand on a strike
and his left hand on a ball, the Kauai
Athletic Association will be In one
STANDING OF CLUBS
Club W. L. Pet.
Makee 7 1 .875
McBryde 8 . 2 .800
Grove Farm 6 4 .000
Lihue 5 4 .555
Koloa 4 5 .444
Makawell 2 6 .250
Engineers 0 10 .000
GROVE FARM "WINS
Grove Farm moved up into third
place when Lihue lost. The Engi
neers finally decided to quit and tho
Farmers bumped Lihue back into the
McBRYDE VS. KOLOA
McBryde meets Koloa at McBryde
and according to all the dope tho
Scotsmen should be returned easy
winners. But the best thing that
baseball does Is to upset the dope.
Tilly's club Is going great guns and
should bring home the bacon but
that is what everyone said when
they met Grove Farm. The Farmers
surprised everybody by knlcking the
great Tilly for . eleven blows and
enough runs to win.
Koloa has plenty of hitting
strength but have been woefully
weak in their pitching. Their sec
ond string pitcher heaved a fine gamo
against Grove Farm but lost when
the team failed to get any runs for
him. There seems to be a certain
element among the Koloa fans that
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