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TITE OAKDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST T.0, 1921
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MAKEE 6 -GROVE FARM 4
It was a close shave for the Ma
kee champions In their game with
the Farmers on Sunday, but that Is
oil, as close g?mes and runaway
games r.re given the same figures in
the percentage column, and that Is
whnt counts. The champions have
hud three hard teams to conquer
in the past three weeks and have
come out thrice with colors flying
ko this year's championship may a
well be conceded to them.
The gamo Itself, which ended by
the score of G to 4, was one of the
most exciting played this season.
The Makees secured a lead of two
runs twice, but were immediately
overhauled and held until the ninth
before they could put over the win
ning run. Cummings had two bad
Innings during which the Fanners
bunched six out of their eight hits
for four runs, but more than made
up for whatever ineffectiveness he
had by his hitting in the pinches.
His first single scored Hoopil for
third and his double in the ninth
with two down paved the way for
Doi to clean up with a hit. He
struck out ten, walked two and al
lowed eight hits. Gerbacio for
Grove Farm allowed eight hits, walk
ed three and struck out five. The
Alakees gave Cummings better sup
port, though, contributing only two
errors to Grove Farm's six, Bome of
which were rather costly.
Frank Fernandez and Roke were
the fielding stars for Grove Farm,
the former also in batting, with two
hits. Both of these outfielders played
all over the field making several
hard catches. For the Makees Doi
and Cummings were the stars, as
these two, aided by Koririgues pull
ed the game out of the fire in the
The Makees were presented with
two runs in the opener with the aid
of three errors and a hit by Soong.
In the second they earned two more,
Hoopii beating out a slow roller to
third, stealing second, and advancing!
to third on Malina's bad peg to
second. Cummings singled and Hoo
pii scored. Hoi forced Cummings
and went to second on a wild
pilch. Cummings singled and Hoopii
scored. Hoi forced Cummings and
went to second on a wild pitch, Yo
shida scoring him with a single to
right. They were then held score
less until the ninth, when King with
deud on a fly to right, Rodrigues
singled to left. Hoopii disappointed
by popping to third, but Cummings
came through with a double to left
sending Rodrigues to third. Doi,
with two strikes on him, singled
cleanly to left and Rodrigues and
Grove Farm tied the score In their
half of the first when Fernandez,
Roke and Perreira singled in suc
cession, filling the bases with none
down. Cuminings booted Gerbacio's
grounder and Fernandez scored, leav
ing all hands safe. Prioste ground
ed to second and Roke scored.
Ahana cut three holes in the atmo
sphere and Carvalho was out, Cum
mings to Rodrigues. In the fourth
they again overhauled the Makees'
two. run lead. Prioste singled and
went to second on Rodrigues' error.
Ahana singled, sending Prioste to
third. Carvalho singled and Prioste
scored. Malina fanned out, but
Ahana scored Grove Farm's last run
on Shine's grounder to second.
MAKEE ab r h po a e
Doi, rf 5 2 110 0
Yoshida, cf 5 0 1 2 0 0
K. Hee, 3b 3 11
TJsnuehiro, ss 3 0 0
Soong, c 3 0 1
King, If 4 0 0
Rodrigues, lb 4 1
Hoopii, 2b 4 1
Cummings, p 4 1
Totals 35 6
GROVE FARM ab r
F. Fernadez, If 4 1
Roke, cf 5 1
M. Perreira, ss 3 0
Gerbacio, p 4 0
Prioste, lb ! 1
Ahana, 2b .4 1
Carvalho, rf 4 0
Malina, c 4 0 0 4 3
Shinno, 3b 3 0 0 5 1
Totals 35 4 8 27 9
Hits and runs by innings:
Makee 220 000 0026
Base hits 120 010 0038
Grove Farm 200 200 0U0 4
Base hits 300 300 200 X
Two base hit Cummings.
Sacrifices hit M. Perreira.
Stolen bases Tsunehiro, Soong,
ifoopii, Doi, Hee.
Base on balls Off Gerbacio 3; off
Strut k out-By Gerbacio 5; by Cum
8 27 13 2
h po a e
Left on bases Makee G; Grove
Wild pitch Gerbacio.
Umpires Tilly and A. Wong.
Time Two hours.
MAX AW ELI KOLOA
Due to a cane fire In the fields of
the Hawaiian Sugar company, ne
cessitating the services of most of
the players in rushing the work on
the burnt area, Makawell forfeited
their game to Koloa last Sunday.
Those who are Inclined to think
the Farmers have no right to be In
third place should study the follow
ing figures. The Farmers on Sunday
made eight clean hits which are
three more than both Lihue and
McBryde made off Cummings in
two games and scored four runs al
though Lihue and McBryde were
blanked. They surely have Im
proved a lot and If additional
strength could be added to the In
field, should be In the thick of the
pennant fight next year.
Rodrigues' single In the ninth
could have easily been a two-bagger.
The ball passed about two feet in
side the third base line, but the
runner evidently thinking the hit
would only be good for one base,
stopped on first but Fernandez had
not yet retrived the ball when Rod
rigues had already passed first.
Nick Hoopii, just' back from Hono
lulu, played a star game at second,
accepting six chances without a mis
cue. He got one hit and smashed
a terrific liner to Shino on third
which the latter knocked down and
retrieved In time to throw the run
ner out on first.
Malina's arm was in poor shape
on Sunday, as four out of five Makee
players reached third on. attempted
steals of second, the ball going Into
the center field each time. Hee twice
got to third In this fashion and Hoo
pii and Doi once, not a single man
being put out for stealing.
Ability to hit in the pinches was
what won for Makee. Grove Farm
had seven runners stranded on the
paths to the Makee's five and that
explains her defeat to a great ex
tent. They had two on with one
down in the first, two on with two
down in the fourth and again the
seventh two runners got on with one
down, but the pinch was lacking in
Good players as well as good um
pires have a day off some times and
we might term last Sunday Arthur
Wong's off day, with the emphasis
on the off. He missed a play on
Rodrigues in the second when the
runner had the ball beaten by a full
step and again failed to notice that
Cummings hit a foul ball which hit
the plate, bounded up, struck his
body and rolled into fair territory.
On an attempted squeeze play In
the seventh, he also called a strike
on Tsunehiro and then changed his
decision when he found that the
ball was too high and no attempt
had been made to bunt. After all
umpires are only human and make
mistakes like all of us, only they
ought to admit an error once in a
while. Let us hope that this expon
ent of the sign language will be
able to Bee better the next time.
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Grove Farm vs. McBryde
This game should be a corker as
the Farmers are out to cop second
place in the race and are not a bit
discouraged by their defeat at the
hands of Makee last Sunday. They
are pointing with pride to their show
ing against the champions and argu
ing that a team which they have
already beaten can be beaten again.
If Grove Farm wins they will be
within half a game of second place,
which is the best they can hope for.
and if another team hands Tilly's
bunch another knockout blow, then
second place will be most likely be
their position when the season ends.
Manual Perreira, who is supposed
to be the jinx of the McBrydes, will
again go on the mound and if Man
uel and his team mates can show
any of the old form they displayed
at the last meeting of the two
teams, look for another surprise.
Makee vs. Makaweli
The Makees meet Makaweli at Ka
'paa next Sunday and although the
champions are hardly expected to
lose, the fact must be taken Into
consideration that Makaweli has al
ways been a thorn in their side
since last season. The two teams
have met only once this season, one
game being postponed by rain. Their
first meeting saw the champions
holding down Makaweli to no runs
until the seventh when the lads from
the land of red dirt rallied and
scored six runs, one shy of the ne
cessary tie. This game should there
fore be a good one as the Makees
also have the reputation of van
quishing hard teams easily and allow
ing weak teams to give them a run
for their money. Batteries for this
game will probably be Hoopii aim
Soong for Makee, and Wramp and
Katsunuma for Makawell.
INVADE COURSE AND
NO BALLS ARE LOST
t DEL MONTE, Cal., August 20
Moonlight golf is here the latest fad.
It was started recently when one
player bet another it was Impossible
for his opponent to play nine holes
in the moonlight without losing a
ball. Under the full moon, all nine
holes were played, no balls were lost
and now several couples have taken
to the links on clear moonlight
According to the iniators of the
sport, to be successful at this Ver
sion of the game, it Is necessarily
only to follow the old fashioned sys
tem of whacking them down the fair
way. Tho balls seldom can be seen
in flight, but so far little difficulty
has been found In locating the balls
on the fairway and greens and no
difficulty at all has been experienced
in holing out after once reaching the
STANDING OF TEAMS
Played W. L. . I'ct
Makee 12 11 1 .917
McBryde 12 9 3 ..750
Grove Farm ....1.1 8 5 .015
Lihue 12 7 5 .583
Koloa 13 5 8 .385
Makaweli 12 3 9 .250
Engineers .. 12 0 12 .000
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