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theit winning ntreak. It will be no
rhuh for thorn as the Kirmorn are
Ik third place and haven't lost a
game since they lost to the Makeo
in the second came of the second
round. Casey Ahana semis to have !
regained his old time form and
somehow seems to bo nble to make
the old horseshoe stick around. It
.-oni ' iis to be r.ee'i h nvevcr, whether
Casey can again best "Flat."
duties Kern's statement last
week that the optimists at McBryde
-eic clamoring for their team to
give Tilly on: run "to win" should
havo been printed without the words
"to win." Like the soothsayers or
or.ieles we used to study about
when ancient history was being In-:-;i'led
into our miniums, Charlie
tli ihl have protected himself nnd
.vifiled his prediction so that It
cc.tlu be interpreted both ways. He
i t uhl then have truthfully claimed
that whiit he actually meant was thai
iicLryile needed ono more run to
:r.vv a coat of lime and not "to win".
V. V. Sanborn donned tho Iron
m.tfcli and protector on Sunday ami
helped to umpire the most import
ant game of the season. David Kam
4ip'li of Kleole officiated on the bas
es and both umpired in big league
The Makees had been under tho
Impiersion that they not only pos
BL'&bod the championship, but also
the bifrgost ballplayer on Kauai in
the person of Joaquin "Babe" Per
reira but had to bow low on Sunday
when Tilly trotted out a newcom
cr by the name of Brenham in right
fk:ld. This bird, although ho fan
noc twice In as many times up, made
.'i hard running oifo hand catch, and
;o far as size is concerned, Joaquin
will have to take a back seat, for
this season at least.
Tilly had speed to burn in thi
ii' si six innings, but seemed to be
ti.'eil after the 7th. when their best
chance to score failed. He made a
valient effort in the 9th to save a
s-hiitout, but Cummings speed in cov
ei ing first spoiled It.
Ako played for Tsunehiro perfect
ly in the 6th. He played over in
rifht center and caught a terrific
line drive by moving over only a few
f iet Had he played several feet
nearer the foul line, the drive would
have been good for at least three
Eighteen Innings pitched, no runs,
fi"e jits, six passes, seventeen strike
outs. Rather a good record for Ma
ilt.'! s only pitcher when you consider
that the feat was pulled off against
Lihue end McBryde, both tough nuts
Henry Aki, one of the most loyal
st'i porters of the Makees, was the
host ft dinner to the Makee team
on Friday evening at Yuen Kee Cafe
to celebrate the team's victory over
Lihue. All the players were there
end we must admit that when it
comes to eating, the other teams
wdl have to travel at high speed to
equal our record.
H. Wolters promised another din
ner to the boys if McBryde was shut
out and made good with a swell
Cninese chop-suey dinner on Sunday
evening. He declared that if the
bos could keep !t up and shut out
their opponents whenever a crucial
garni1 is played, the money for tho
ilr.mer should he considered well
I Nicholas Hoopii, who played third
b;:re for the Makees last year and
who had been spending his vacation
ir Honolulu will return this week and
vv!:! probably take part in the Grove
Farm gamo this Sunday.
STANDING OF CLUBS
Cuib- W. L. Pet.
Makoe. 10 1 .tflfl
M Kryde 9 3 .750
Ciove Farm 8 4 .067
L'.huo 7 5 .583
KoUia 4 8 .333
Makaweli 3 8 .272
F.iiLlineera ., 0 12 .000
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vc.nge. Gerbacio is an in and outer
ind. cannot be depended upon. If he
is right he will give the champions
a merry battle, but if he Is not
enrae life the first meeting of these
clubs can be expected.
Makaweli vs. Koloa
Makawelf and Koloa will fight it
for the cellar championship next
Sun Jay. The present cellar champ
ion's have a chance to. climb out
out of their lowly position by de
foiit'its Koloa. Robello and Wramp
will probably bo the opposing twirl
era and with so much at stake there
is no doubt that it will be a battle.
WILLIAM J. YEAGER JR.
SOUGHT ON KAUAI
Makee vs. Grove Farm . .
Can tho Farmers stop the champs?
Kviiy team in the league is pulling
f r litem to keep up their winning
.'4i-ak at the expense of the Makee
club, but the question is, can they
'. it. Both teams are going great
mn.s but the champs have the ad
vdtita;'o of better pitching. Jonah
Irvi pitched two wonderful gann-i
ai d I th against Makee's toughest
i i t)!ni'i!is, but can he keep it up?
Ni xi Sunday would be a bad day to
slump as the Fanners are out for re-
The Garden Island is in receipt of
a letter from Mrs. Peter E. Yeager,
207 1-2 North 3rd street, Reading,
Pennsylvania, wt'o Is looking for
her lost son, William J. Yeager Jr.
Mra. Yeager is very anxious to lo
cate her son from whom she has not
heard in several years and she be
lieves that someone on the Garden
Isle may be able to help her do so.
Mr. Yeager, it is said, was married
.irveivl years ago to a Kauai girl.
Since that time he was a petty of
ficer in charge of recruiting for the
rn'.ted Stales Army at Iteuo, Nevada.
More than this his mot her does
not tell us. The name of the Kauai
?i'l whom he married is withheld.
Anyone who can give any informa
tion as to the whereabouts of this
m:.n or his wife should write direct
ly to his mother, or to Secretary J.
K. Stone, Executive Iluilditig, Hono
lulu, T. H.
ROADS IN KAWAIHAU
BEGIN TO IMPROVE
A new broom sweeps clean," and
Supervisor Fred Mendez of the Ka-w-iihen
district is certainly living
up lo the old proverb. The roads In
his district have taken on a new
appearance since Fred has gone
Die to the fact that the county
hue no asphaltum on h.-nd, it was
impossible to do any repairing to
t'tij roads, so Jimmy Werner put the
men to cleaning the brush away
alongside the roads. This has helped
tl:a visibility at several bad turns,
ecpc.ally the sharp turn In Moolawa
gulch. This turn was very dangerous
ijofi re the brush was cut away as
the road is narrow and the curve
very sharp. A driver either going
t'p or down the hill could not tell if
a car was coming In the opposite
direction and with the high percent
age of lefthand drivers that there
a i'.: on Kauai it is not surprising
that I hero has not been a serious
accident at this turn. Now all the
(lunger has been removed, as the
btush has been cut back for quite
a distance and one cav see quite
a wayp in either direction.
All lite materials for repairing the
road have now urrived and Fred
intends to start a force of men to
repairing at unco. There are several
bad spots in tho roads at Anahola
and Moolawa and persons who travnl
buck and forth from Kilauea will
hi moie than pleased when this
stret:h of road is put In good condi
lion once more.
A FISH STORY
Two members of the Yale swim
i.'.ing team who are visiting on Kauai
went fishing at Hanalei last Sunday
and were unusually successful in
tllHr catch. It is reported that these
sp.-ed men simply outswam the fish
they saw and grabbed them by the
lifih-.. That is the best fish story
oi the season.
May Harp Higher.
Tessie "Agnes always finds some
thing to harp on."
Bessie "Yes; I only hope she'll be
as fortunate in the next world." At
THE VERSATILE MR. DUHAME
"Mr. Duhamo was formerly Miss
Hazel Gainer of West Daly street."
Butte (Mont.) Daily Post.
AFTER RUDYARD KIPLING
When the husband faces helpmeet
every morning in debate,
A;ul he's trying to explain to her
why he was out late,
There Is never any question that his
argument will fail,
For the female of the species can
talk longer than the male.
When the argument is hottest and
they get down to brass tacks,
And they land each other's relatives
a lot of pngent whacks,
You would think that her's were an
gels and that his should be in,
For the female of the species can
think faster than the male.
When they're whacking up the boo
die that he's earned thru-out the
And deciding how to spend it, he's
a pretty helpless geek;
It is rad for him to look at his per
centage of the kale,
For the female of the species can
grab quicker than the male.
Yhen they do their weekly shop
ping and they linger 'round the
T!I' tho husband thinks that living
it' a most decided bore;
Shi. can take a fifty-cent piece and
get drygood's by the bale,
For the female of the species can
buy cheaper than the male.
out from Brest, a fatherly officer
went down into the hold to inquire in
to the welfare of his colored charges.
"Well, Sam, he enquired of ono
buck who was sitting bolt upright on
the side of his bunk, "been seasick
"Xossuh, not zackly seasick, but Ah
sho am sleepy."
"Why don't you lie down, then?
There's nothing to do."
"Xossuh, kain't lay down. Ef Ah
lays down Ah'll jest start yawning,
and Ah suttlngly am pow'ful scared
t here." Pit t sburg Chronicle-Telegram