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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1921
A Gasoline Curb
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curb. Motorists stop nt his establishment to purchase many
things other than gasoline.
Home kinds of gasoline pumps are expensive. This
is not true of the Milwaukee line. These pumps are reason
ably priced, they are handsome in appearance, and they are
accurate. flood service is insured.
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The most famous Garages on Kauai. Tut
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Tel. 43 W
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
Tel. 492 L
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
Or- farm continued on tb--Ir up
ward march after receiving a set
ba -k nt the hands of th Ji.n.r liiat
o irid.jv week, when .hey J ih.'iil'jd
Lihue h a score of fi vo .'. PL.
score n parently indies, js a -iff m
K.imo lui any billia.'l bali huiie
could laf- signed up a stjcii.n's iiip-
)ly of iory if they had h.x ! f n pre-
sentatlve on the field. There
were more weird bonehcadj during
this game than there has been all
the season. It would take a couple
of columns to tell about all of them
and as paper Is valuable, pot haps
the less said about them the better it
The Farmers were the first to
score and they fell on Mitsumoto in
the first inning. Fernandez walked
and went to second on a passed
ball and scored when Rake "trlplad
over Tevis head in left.
They came back in the second and
scored another when with two away
Carvalho was safe on Mitsumoto's
error and went to second on the
same and scored on. Malina's single
Lihue was having a had time with
Gerbacio's offerings, most of the Li
hue sluggers whiffing the ozone. In
the seventh he weakened and. gave
Tai a base on balls, Mitsu was safe
when Roke and Carvalho got their
signals crossed and collided on his
fly to right corner. We recommend
that Manager Case put in a block
system for his outfielders. Tai went
to third on the play and Mitsu
prompty stole second when the Far
mer infield left second uncovered
while returning the ball to the pitch
er. Tank singled to left scoring
both runners and went to second on
the throw in. Mitsumoto singled
and Tank went to third. Mitsumoto
stole second. Fujil flew out to cen
ter, Roke being about 20 feet be
hind second base when he made the
play. Tank then pulled the prize
dumbell of the play when he tried '
to score after the catch. Roke had
time to carry the ball home if he
did not care to throw it.
Lihue put on Shakespeare's comedy
of Errors in the eighth and when the
smoke had cleared away the Farm
ers had three runs. Perreira singled.
Gerbaclo hit an easy grounder to
Mitsu, who threw wild to first, Gerba
clo going to second and Perreira to
third. Prioste crossed Up everybody
including himself by bunting and
beating it out, Perreira scored, Ger
baclo going to third. Burgess whif
fed but Carvalho hit to Tai who
tried to throw the ball into the Tip
Top Cafe. Gerbaclo and Prioste scor
ing. Fujii played his usual steady
game at third and gathered two hits
for himself. This is his first year
in fa'st company and just now he
looks as good as any third base
man in the league. He is hitting
over .300 and though not a flashy
fielder he goes after everything that
comes his way and manages to get
most of them. He is trying all the
time and never gets temperamental
and sulks, but plays the game for
all he is worth. This boy will bear
watching and with some good coach
ingg will develop into a star.
Roke was the hitting star for the
Farmers, gathering a single and a
triple for his efforts at the bat.
The following is the score:
LIHUE ab r b po a
Tai, ss 2
Mitsu, 2b 5
Ahana, c 5
Tevis, M, cf 6
Fujil. Roke to Malina.
Earned runs Grove Farm, 2.
Wild pitches Mitsumoto.
Left on bases Grove Farm 6, Li
Passed ball Tank.
Stolen bases Tai 2, Mitsu, Ohama,
Umpires Sheldon and Case.
Time of game 1:45.
Manuel Teves had a day off in
the field and had a mental lapse in
the third when with a man on sec
ond the batter flew out right cen
ter. Teves made the catch 'and then
decided to get better acquainted with
the ball. While he was viHlting with
it the runner ambled to third and
would have continued on to the plate
but the inflelders woke and paged
Mr. Tevis in time to prevent a run. given the edge by
could bo reached. Nunes finally
won out, not before he had a battle.
Nunes took the first set by the
score of 0 to 4. Brenham came back
in the second set and played the
Eleelo boy off his feet and took the
second set by the same score. He
weakened in the third set and Nunes
took the set by the score of 6 to 2.
Frank Burns defeated Wood in an
easy fashion by the score of 6-2, 6-1.
Dr. Dunn won from Lane by 'the
score of 6-3, 6-4. Dwight Baldwin de
feated Sinclair by the score of 6-3,
6-4. Monsarratt won from Knudson
by forfeit, while Cannon won from
Melancon by the same method.
Local tennis fans have a treat
in store for them on Wednesday af
ternoon at the Lihue court, when
Jack Horner meets "Count" Rich
ter. These two played against each
other in the last east vs. west scries
and served some red hot tennis.
Jack won out, but Richter went down
to a glorious defeat, as it was ne
cessary to play extra games in two
of the sets. Jack is not in practice
just now due to too much pineap
plo hanahuna and Richter is being
j Tha game will be played at 4:00 p.
singles .tnd ent'-les w'.l received
c or ahout the second of t.i-r.
CORNELL'S TRAINER QUITS
ITHACA, N. Y. Francis T. Shoe
hnn, trainer of Cornell university
athletic teams for 23 years, has ten
dered his resignation to take effect
Immediately, it was announced re
cently. Sheehan was also the train
er for the 1920 American Olympic
SWEDISH GIRL SWIMS
153 MILES ON HUDSON
Manuel Prioste put on a six day
running race between second and
third base in the eighth. Three
times he decided to steal base
and as Jimmy Burgess decided to
foul the pitches that Prioste decided
to steal on he spent most of his time
running back and forth between the
Gerbaclo was in hot water contin
ually but the Lihue batters could
do nothing with his offerings in the
punches. He pitched himself out of
several bad holes, and as Lihue had
fourteen men left on bases it can
be seen that there must have been
quite a bit of dumbell baseball to put
only two runs over the pan.
The first round of the singles elim
ination tournament of the Kauai
Tennis association is almost complet
ed and several exciting sets have
been played. The series between
Charles Brenham of Port Allen and
Manuel Nunes of Eleele was without
doubt the most exciting, three sets
being necessary before a decision
m., Wednesday and if both players
play up to the form that they are
capable of, it will be well worth
The drawings for the second round
are as follows:
1 Dr. Glaisyer.
4 Winner W. F. Horner-Englehart.
5 Manuel Nunes.
6 Winner, Dr. Morgan-Rev. Bay
less. 7 Burns.
8 Winner, Damkroger-Dr. Hagood.
9 Winner, Weight-Creevy.
10 Winner, Corstorphtne-Smythe.
11 Winner, A. Horner-Richter.
12 Winner, Akana-Longstreth,
13 Dr. Dunn.
14 D. Baldwin.
It will be necessary for these
games to be played and reported to
Dr. Glaisyer, president of tte asso
cfation by Wednesday, Sept. 21. The
SHme rules that held for the first
round will hold for the second and
It is plmned to hold a '"iibles
tournament immediately following the
Now York Miss Mille Gade, 22
year old champion' Swedish swimmer
.irrived at Battery Park here today,
after completing a 153-mile swim,
which she began at Albany, Friday.
She was accompanied by a launch
on which she slept and ate her
meals. She was in the water a to
tal of 63 hours.
ILLEGAL HUMAN NATURE
"Some of the laws you have help-
ed to frame have not been rigidly
"I'm not complaining," replied the
Senator Sorghum. "Even Moses could
not Insure a strict enforcement of
of so simple and explicit a set of
rules as the Ten Commandments."
MARK OF THE TRUE GENTLEMAN
In a large park in one of the east
ern cities there are seats about the
bandstand with this notice po'sted
"Tho seats in the vicinity of the
bandstand are for the use of
ladles. Gentlemen should make
of them only after the former nro
seated." The American Legicn
A small girl was "afraid of tho
dark." Her mother, anxious to ov
ercome this weakness, said as she
was leaving her, "Remember, darling
that an angel will be with you when
I take the candle away."
"Mummy," pleaded a small voice,
"I'd rather you took the angel and
left the candle." Boston Globe.
Father is glad he has finished
working his son's way through col-'
lege Reno Gazette.
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Al. Tucker, rf 5
Tevis, J., If 4
Schumacher, 1st b 3
GROVE FARM ab
Shinno, 3b 3
Malina, c 3
Carvalho, rf 4
r h po a e
Burgess, 2b 4
Prioste, lb 4
Gerbaclo, p 4
Perreira, ss 4
Roke, cf 4
Fernandez, If 3
Total 33 5 7 27 14
Three base hits Roke.
Base on balls off Gerbacio 5, off
Mitsumoto 1. .
Struck out by by Gerbacio, 5, by
Double plays Tevis to Tank to
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