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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1921
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LIHUE vs. MAKEE
That a baseball game is never ov
er until the last man has been
put out, was never more clearly
demonstrated than during the Li-hue-Makee
game at Lihue, Sunday.
The first half of the ninth saw
loyal Makee supporters and a ma
jority of the fans leaving with their
machines,, as the score was 4 to 3
in favor of Lihue, and King and
Rodrlgues had gone out in a vain
attempt to connect. When Morita
stepped up, all hope was nearly gone
and when the call was two and three
who would expect the score to be
tied but that is exactly what hap
pened. Morita connected with a sin
gle, but hurt his ankle sliding into
first ,and Hee, the speed merchant
of the Makees was allowed to run
for him. Cummings sliced a nice
single over second and when Teves
fumbled the ball just a little, Hee
beat the throw to the plate, tying
up the score. e
It was a great game though, and
was a fitting climax to the last
regular game of the 1921 season.
Those who left in the ninth missed
the most exciting part of Ihe game.
Teves hurled a nice game and was
much steadier than Cummings, al
lowing only one pass, struck out
nine, r.nd yielded seven hits. Cum
mings allowed only four hits, struck
out eight, but gave out four free
passes .three of these coming in the
sixth when Lihue scored four runs
on two scratch hits and two errors
by Soong and Doi.
The winners were the first to
score, earning two runs and being
presented with one by Teves in
centerf ield. Tsunehiro opened with
a Texas leaguer back of second 'and
Soong was hit by Teves. King beat
out a perfect bunt and the sacks
were filled with none down. Rod
rlgues came through with a single
to center on which Tsunehiro and
Soong scored and when Teves threw
wild to third King counted run num
Lihue was held hltless and runless
for five innings, but in the sixth
they went into the lead by making
a quartet. Cummings 'passed Ataka
and Fujii and then held on to Mit
su's grounder allowing him to fill
the bases. Tank filed to short. Soong
then worked the old play of having
Rodrigues come in and Ahana cov
ering first from behind. Mitsu was
trapped halt way between first and
second, but Soong spoiled the play
by throwing into right field, scoring
Ataka. Manuel Teves singled on a
hard chance to third and Fujii scor
ed, Mitsu going to third. Teves
bumped Tsunehiro at second caus
ing him to let the ball go to center-
field when Soong threw to catch
him stealing, and when Fern refus
ed to allow the interference, Mit
su scored. Doi recovered the ball
and threw wild to third, scoring
Teves for the fourth run.
Lihue held the lead until the ninth
when the score was tied as describ
ed. There was nothing doing until
the eleventh. In this inning, after
Tsunehiro had fanned, Soong, with
the count two balls and one strike
connected and drove a terrific
liner about ten feet Inside the right
field foul line. The ball traveled
with such terrific speed that it
did not stop until it struck H. D
Witihard's stronghold in the form of
the office of the Lihue plantation
company .Ataka, playing right field
had to climb over the fence into
the office yard to retrieve the ball
and when Soong crossed the plate,
the bull had not been returned to
the infield. Lihue could do noth
ing In their half, Mitsumoto, Uyeno
and Mar. Teves going out in order,
thus mathematically cinching the
Home run Soong.
Sacrifice hit Tsunehiro.
Stolen bases Fujii 2; Ah Taka.
Base on balls off Teves 1; off
Struck out by Teves 9; by Cum
Hit by pitcher Soong, Mar Te
ves and Schumacher.
Umpires Fern and A. Wong.
Scorer J. Teraoka.
McBRYDE 12 GROVE FARM 1
The Scots slaughtered the Farm
ers last Sunday at Eleele in the hol
low fashion of the above. The .Far
mers were unable to fathom the
slams of Tilly, while the Clansmen
drove the opposing pitchers to all
corners of the lot.
TO PLAY MAKEE
Manuel Perriera make a trio of
hard hitting outfielders that is go
ing to give Jonah a lot of worry.
Everyone of them is hitting over
.300 and all they have managed to
get at least one hit off him in a
game. Frankie Fernande is the
substitute for the outfield, with Ger
baclo as the extra pitcher.
LIHUE HOTEL VS.
In a very one-sided game of indoor
ball, Mast Thursday night, the Lihue
Hotel Champs defeated the Y. M. C.
A. Rough Riders by the score of
22 to 4.
Last Sunday the Hotel Champs de
feated the Lihue Store "Counter
jumpers" by the Bcore of 8-4.
The all-star team that is to meet
Makee at Lihue on October 9th has
been picked up by the committee
and lines up ai follows:
Tilly and Teves, pitchers.
Monsarratt or Piioste, first base.
Spalding, second base.
Burgess or Watase, shortstop.
Fujii, third base.
Watase, left field.
Perreira, center field.
Roke, right field.
Substitutes Fernandez, out field;
Tilly and Teves are easily the
best pitchers in the league outside
of Jonah and there is no argument
as far as they are concerned. Tank
Ohama is the peer of all catchers of
the league. Marcus Monsarratt and
Prloste are the choice for the first
with Marcus having the edge on his
hitting and because he has a better
head than the Grove Farm man.
Spalding of McBryde, is the choice
for second with an argument. Short
stop position caused more argu
ment than any other position on
the club. Jimmy Burgess is the
first choice on account of his de
fensive work, while Watase is the
second choice on his offensive work.
Fujii has no competition for the
difficult corner. Watase, Roke and
You remember how it used to be
in the story books. Two men out
in the ninth inning and the hero's
team one behind. Well, Jonah Cum
mlngs was the hero pitcher and the
scene was the above. The Makee
fans were all hollering for Jonah
to win his own game and Jonah
did it with a single over second
that scored Kenneth Hee from the
first. This tied the score and the
Makee. team won out in the eleventh.
The Makees showed their fight
in this game and they are certainly
entitled to the pennant. They were
trying all the time. With two men
out in the ninth, It looked like cur
tains, - but the old fighting spirit
was there. Morita singled to right
and turned his ankle on first base.
Kenneth Hee replaced on the base
and then it all happened as above.
Kenneth certainly ran like a scar
ed rabbit, and Teves juggled the
bail in center just long enough to
let him score. Kenneth pulled an
other Ty Cobb in an earlier inning
when he went from first to third
on a bunt.
The Makee infield looked the En
gineers for a moment in the sixth
and everybody took a turn throw
ing the ball away. This was Ma-
kee's bad inning, for it was here
that Jonah walked three men and
allowed three hits.
Makee showed some poor sports
manship in the ninth when they
would -not allow Lihue to replace
Walter Schumacher with a base-
runner after he had been hit in the
lee by a pitched ball. Lihue allow
ed Kenneth Hee, the fastest man
on the Makee team to replace Mor
ita when he turned his ankle. No
other man on the Makee team
would have scored on Jonah's sin
gle but Kenneth.
Fujii was the star in the field
for Lihue. He made two running
catches of fouls that were easily
the fielding feature of the' game.
When he caught the first one he
was running away from the plate
and caught the ball over his should
er. He had to go back of the Ma
kee bench into the crowd after the
To Captain soong goes the credit
of winning the game and he won it
in true Babe Ruth style with a line
drive down the first base line. He.
could have run around the bases
twice while Willie Ataka was re
ceiving the ball.
Marcellino Teves pitched good
baseball and it his brother had
given him any support he would
have got away with a win over the
champs. With the bases full in the
second through two hits and a walk
Joe Rodrigues singled to center.
Manuel Teves grabbed the ball and
with all the Makee base runners
tearing for the plate, Manuel got
the bright Idea of trying to throw
King out at third base." He threw
the ball in the general direction
but about ten feet over Fujil's head.
When -the ball got back to the in
field three runs were made over
the pan and Joe Rodrigues was try
ing to catch his breath on third.
Where Manuel ever got the Idea to
throw to third everybody in the
park would like to know. Runs are
the things that win ball games and
when a teanf is in the field, object
is to stop the other team from scor
ing . The only one Teves had was
Soong lost his temper in the
eighth when Umpire Wong called
a perfect third strike 'on him. He
threw his bat into the field to
wards the ump. Soong can be
thankful that Arthur has no tem
per also as he might have been
cooling his heels on the bench for
the rest of the game. He would
never get away with it in a regular
(Continued on Page Three)
1921 championship for the Kapaa
Make ab r h po a e
Doi, cf 5 0 0 4 0 1
Ahana, 2b 5 0 12 10
K. Hee, 2b '5 0 0 3 6 0
Tsunehiro, ss. 4 1113 0
Soong, c. 4 2 1 8 0 1
Rodrigues, lb. 4 0 1 11 0 0
King, If. 5 113 0 0
Morita, rf. 5 1110 0
Cummings, p. . 4 0 1 0 2 0
Total 41 5 7 33 12 2
Lihue ab r h po a e
Fujii, 3b. . 3 10 4 10
Mitsu, If. 5 112 0 0
Ohama, c. 5 0 0 16 0 0
Man. Teves, cf. 5 12 112
Mitsumoto, 2b. 4 0 1 1 G 0
Uyeno, ss. 5 0 0 2 1 0
Mar. Teves, p. 4 0 0 0 2 0
Schumacher, lb. 3 0 0 6 0 2
Ah Taka. rf. 3 10 10 0
Total 37 4 4 33 10 4
Hits and runs by innings:
Makee 030 000 001 015
Basehits 030 001 012 018
Lihue 000 004 000 004
Basehits 000 002 020 004
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