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TUB GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1921
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Henry Sheldon's green and white
Ciuii. otherwise known as the Ma
kees. again triumphed or. Sunday nt
Kup.ia in the crucial game of the
season. "Talking" Tilly and the
Mrp.ryrtes falling by the wayside to
(he tune of five to zero, exactly the
aanm score by which Lihue last to
the champions last Sunday. Only a
niir.icle can now stop the Kapaa
lads from copplnj; the gonfalon again
this year, as they only have four
giimcs more to play be'fore the Bea
ncn ends and nil these games are
c; nuidcred easy for them, with the
possible exception of the last Lihue
game at Lihue.
Only two hits of a scrr.tchy nature
were secured off Cummings, one
crming in the first inning on a
hn rd chance o Tsunehiro by K.
Watase and r.nother in the 7th by
Tilly which took a bad bound over
U'ta shortstop's head. Not a single
MflJryde player reached third until
the 7th und only got two that far
during the entire game, indicating
tin! airtight defense of the Makees.
It van a pitchers' battle with Cum-mii-.gs
outpitching 'Tilly. Cummings
ttruck out nine and walked three
while Tilly walked one and struck
out ?ix. He allowed four hits, two of
vhich were Infield taps beaten out.
For the Makees, stars were many,
Ounimings being mostly in the lime
light. Although charged with one
e ror, his speed In covering first
on Tilly's bunt In the 9th was very
timely and his two-bagger in the
third inning started the rally which
put the kibonh on McBryde. Yoshida
in center caught a hard chance with
a man on base in the 5th. Dol con
tributed a time single which scored
Cummings from second In the 7th.
Tsunehiro at short had a fine day
grabbing everything In sight and
"Flat'' Ahana r.t second more than
iiiiu'Q up for his miscue In the 7th
when he picked up Kamaka's "grass
cutter" and threw him out at first
w ith two on bases. Rodrigues and
Socng suffered a drop in their bat
ting average, but played' a great
game in the field. Hee fielded the
difficult corner without error but
King in left had nothing to do. For
McBryde, it must be conced3d that
Tilly pitched as well as he ever
did, the Makee's hit column showing
this, but he simply did not have the
support needed to win, and only three
of the Makee's five runs wore earn
ed. Tilly also fielded well nnd se
cured half of his team's hits, but
Hb efforts were In vain.
The Makees scored three times in
the 3rd. Cummings opened up with
?. double to right center. Dol groun
ded to Kamaka and both were safe
or. a fielder's choice. Ahana bunted
anil Cummings scored when Gabriel,
after tagging Cummings, dropped the
bull. Hee bunted safely, making it
bases full with no down. Tilly then
tried a bit of strategy and walked
Tsunehiro, Makee's heaviest hitter,
to get at Soong, forcing in run num
ber two. Soong grounded to second,
forcing Tsunehiro, but Ahana scored
or. the play, making it three to no
thing. The Lucky Seventh put the
Rami) on ice for the Makees. With
Rodrigues gone, shortstop to first,
Yoihida beat out a slow roller to
third and went to second when G.
Watase threw wild to first, although
too lcte. Antone Perreira booted
Cmnniings' grounder and Yoshida
befit It homo. Dot singled and Cum
mings scored the last run of the
McBryde had a great chance to j
score in the 7th. A. Perreira walked
but was caught stealing. Tilly's
grounder bounded over the short
stip's head. Ako grounded to third,
iul Ahana dropped Hee's throw and
left both runners safe. Gabriel
sacrificed but Kamaka grounded out
second to first. Another chance to
save a fate identical to Lihue's last
Sunday came in the 9th after two
down. Ako wan at bat with Spald-tr.fe-
on third, but he fanned and Mc
Biyde's hopes for the 1921 cham
pionship went glimmering.
The box score:
McBRYDE ab r h po a e
E. Watase cf 4 0 1 0 0 0
G. Watase 3b 3 0 0 0 1 0
Spalding ss 3 0 0 0 4 1
Ant. Perreira lb 2 0 0 9 0 1
Tilly p 4 0 1 0 2 0
Ako rl 2 0 0 2 0 0
Brenham rf 2 0 0 1 0 0
Gabriel c 2 2 0 0 9 1 0
G. Kamaka 2b 2 0 0 2 3 0
J. Tt-rreira If 3 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 27 0 2 24 11 4
MA FEE ab r h po a e
D.'i rf 4 1110 0
Ahana 2b 4 1 0 0 5 1
K Hee 3b 4 0 1 0 2 0
Tsunehiro ss 3 0 0 1 4 0
Soong c 3 0 0 8 3 1
King If 4 0 0 0 0 0
Rodrigues lb 3 0 0 13 2 0
Yoshida cf 3 112 0 0
Cummings p 3 2 1 ' 1 2 1
Totals 31 5 4 27 18 3
Hits and runs by Innings:
Meltryde 000 000 0000
Basehits 100 000 1002
iU.ikee 003 000 20x 5
Easehits 002 000 20x 4
Two base hits: Cummings.
Sacrifice hits: G. Watase, Antone
Stolen bases: Spalding, Dol 2, Rod
rigues. Base on balls: Off Cummings 3;
otl Tilly 1.
Struck out: By Cummings 9; by
Hit by plieher: Soong.
Left on bases: McBryde 6; Ma
t mpires: Sanborn and D. Kamlo-
Time: 2 hours, 3 minutes.
LIHUE DEFEATS KOLOA
IN SANDLOT AFFAIR
FARMERS BEAT MAKAWELI
IN SLOW RAGGED GAME
Lihue gave Koloa a walloping, the
filial score being 11 to 3. Marcellino
started for Lihue and pitched fine
bi'il for five Innings when he was
replaced by Mitsumoto. Why he was
taken out nobody but Tank can tell.
He got into a hole in the third when
a hit and 2 errors filled the bases
with none down, but tightened up
?i'd held the Koloaites runless.
Koloa was without the services of
their sterling little catcher, Haijime
and Robello worked on the receiving
end of-, the battery. The combination
was not a very good one and Ro
bello switched around in the fifth
and took up the pitching. He held
the Lihue team safe after that but
ai they had already scored 11 runs,
the damage was done.
Koloa found Mitsumoto for three
runs in the eighth but as he had a
big lead it did not frighten the Li
r h e
Lihue 11 8 4
Koloa 3 6 7
Grove Farm continued their win
ning streak by beating Makaweli
al Makawell last Sunday. The Far
mers emerged on the long end of 12
to 8 score. Makawell was handi
capped by having no regular pitcher
on hand, Wramp failing to show up.
Jlinmy Burgess was forced to take
I up the burden end was hit rather
freely by the Farmers. He was also
a bit wild, walking eight batters in
The Farmers went right out af
ter him in the first Inning gathering
two runs when Roke singled, Pjr
i c'ra was safe on Burgess' ei ror.
Casey Ahana walked, filling the has
es. Gerbaclo singled, scoring Roke
i Makaweli came right back in their
hcOf and scored one run when Kat
j zunoma walked Burgess singled und
; Isheniura doubled, scoring Katzjno
Neither team scored again until
thb fourth. The Farmers put over
two runs when Prioste singled. He
vfciit to third and Carvalho to sec
ond when Conant booted the lat
'.er's drive. Malina singled, scoring
bc.h runners. The tail enders also
put two runs across this inning. Ishi
mura singled but was forced at sec
ond by Hamada. Hamada went to
second on Prioste's error. Roke. fum
bled Pedro's drive to right, allowing
hiin to make two bases. Hamada
tiled to score on the drive and was
safe at the plate on Malina's error.
Pcoro stole third and scored when
Shinno let Malina's throw get away.
Eeth teams scored again In the
sixth. Prioste was safe on Hamada's
enor. Carvalho doubled, Prioste go
ing to third. Tashero .singled, scoring
Prioste. Shinno walked. Ishimura
boots Rokes' grounder, Carvalho and
Tashero scoring. Perreira singles,
filling the bases. Ahana walks forc
ing Shinno. The tall enders scored
two runs in the sixth when Hamada
aubled and Pedro singled. Naka
shlma grounded to Ahana who field
ed cleanly, but threw wild io first,
both men scoring.
The Farmers put over three more
ir. the seventh. Prioste was safe on
Hamada'B error. Tashero walked.
Malina was safe on Hamada's second
error, filling the bases. Shinno
walked, scoring Prioste. Roke sin
gled, scoring Tashero and Malina.
T.'iey put over one more In the Mh.
Gerbaclo and Prioste walked. Malina
hiubled, scoring Cerbucio.
The tail enders made a game try
to pull the game out of the fire in
the ninth but could only srore two
itiib. Tom ns nnd Burgess singl"ii,
I'oth scoring when on an error bv
MAKAWELI fib h
Okahuc, lb 5 0
Ka'.siPiuma, c ....4 1 1
Ci nnant, 2b 4 0 0
Burgess, p 4 1 1
Is'iimura, ss 5 3 0
Hamada, 3b 4 0 2
Pair a, cf 4 2 2
Niikashima, If ....4 0 0 0 0 1
Pac-het-o, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
'Tomas, cf 1 1 1 1 o n
Totals 39 8 7 20 14 8
Sub. for Connant. 8th inning.
r po a e si'
on o o o
1 1 r n
i o o It
Cl.tOVE FARM ab h r po a e sb
R"ke. rf c 2 110 10
K. C Ahana. 2h....4 1 0 2 2 1 1
M. Pr'oste, lb ...4 1 3 9 0 1 0
M. Pierra, ss 0 2 1 2 3 1 1
M Carvalho, If ... 0 1 2 0 0 0 0
F V.uhero, cf ... 4 1 2 0 0 1 1
H. Malina, c 5 2 1 13 3 1 0
Si ima, 3b 3 0 1 0 3 0 2
Gotbaclo, p 5 2 1 0 3 0 2
Totals 34 12 12 27 14 8 5
Game by innings:
Grove Farm ....2 0 0 2 0
Hits 2 0 0 2 1
Mikaweli 1 0 0 2 0
Hits 21 110
4 3 1 012
3 1 1 212
2 0 0 27
Earned runs: Grove Farm 4; Maka
Two base hits: Carvalho, Malina,
Left on bases: Grove Farm 12;
Ease on balls: Gerbacio 3; Burg
Struck out: Gerbacio 11; Burgess
Hit by pitcher: Pedro by Gerbircio.
Passed balls: Malina.
First base on errors: Grove Farm
G; Makaweli 5.
Umpires : Marcallino and Men losa.
The Makees tackle Grove Farm
next Sunday at Lihue, and although
tho Makees are expected to continue
(Continued on Pago Six)
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