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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, May 02, 1922, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1922
Next Sunday will see the Kauai
Athletic Association off to Us an
nual race for the pennant. This
year's race looks as though It will
be the best In history as all the
teams that finished below Makee,
last year's champs, are strengthened
and should give the champs a battle
for it this year.
McBryde, the runner-up last year,
added Tank Ohama, the best catch
er In the league, to their line-up and
With Tilly as a battery mate, they
have easily the best battery in the
league. The rest of the McBryde
line-up will be practically the same
as last year. Ako will play first,
Spalding second, Watase short, and
Kamaka third. The outfield will con
sist of Perrlera in left, Sally Wat
ase in center, and Noboto or Proute
The main strength of the Mc
Bryde team will lie in its battery
and hitting strength. With Tilly and
' Tank working right they are going
to give the opposition an awful bat
tle. If Tilly cannot Btop them from
getting on the bases they are going
to have quite a job moving along,
for woe betide the baserunner that
; tries to steal on Tank. He certainly
carries a gun and it is sure death
to try and steal off him. Tilly has
corralled a bunch of hitters and
' they should be able to tew runs
, per game.
Makaweli la an unknown quantl
ty, but Tilly reports after the Ma
kaweli McBryde game, that they
have a bunch of hitters that are
going to worry every pitcher in the
league before the season is over.
. There are six left handed batters
. on the team and as there are no left
. handed pitchers in the league they
should have everything their own
. way. One bad feature of the team
is that they will have a left handed
catcher and left handed, short-stop.
With all these left handers there
is one disadvantage, they are lia
ble to start thinking left handed,
' which would be a calamity on any
' baseball club.
Koloa expects . to Improve their
team over last year, but owing to
the loss of Robelo they will be weak
in the box, but hopes that the Cos
ta boys, who will do the twirling,
Gabriel, who caught for McBryde
last year, will do the bulk of the
receiving; Ray Alameda will play
. first; Schimmelphennig second;
Bush, short, and Ikeda third. Wala
leale, Lovell and Kondo will play
Joe Ornellaa will manage the
team and may step in with an oc
casional pinch hit as Joe Is a veter
an at the ' game and used to weild
a wicked bludgeon when he did
Hanamaulu cinched the title in the
ifaiue junior league by defeating the
Sunrise, Sunday, at the Llhue dia
mond by the score of 9 to 3.
The Sunrise were out to win as
they had imported the Hironaka
brothers from Kealia as a battery
to help them win, but even with an
imported battery the Sunrise were
Saturday, the finals in the Kaua'.
Public Schools Athletic league vol
leyball tournament was held at Ll
hue and the Hanalei school won the
girls'- championship, defeating the
Eleele girls' team, the champions
of the west Bide. The girls' cup Is
now the permanent possession of
the Hanalei school as they have
won it three times.
The boys' championship was cap
tured by Kekaha by defeating Ha
nalei. The Kekaha boys outplayed
their largeropponents at all stages
of the game, winning handily.
There will be an Important meet
ing of the Kauai Athletic Associa
tion at the Llhue Court House next
Thursday evening, May 4th, for the
purpose of settling the status of Ro
bello and for the purpose of choos
ing i uniform ball for all league
games. All directors are urged to be
present, as both these issues are of
utmost Importance to the league.
not equal to the occasion.
Hironaka cannot be blamed for
losing the battle as he pitched fair
ly good ball, but his support was
very ragged in the pinches.
Hanamaulu certainly surprised ev
eryone when they won the second
series, as they were the tailenders
In the first round, never winning
a game. In the second round they
managed to defeat every team but
the Sunrise and then they took a
brace and defeated them in the
Last week saw the start of the
west side men's doubles handicap
tournament. Two tennis raquets have
been offered as a prize by H. P.
Faye. There are three classes In the
tournament. The "A" class which is
minus fifteen, the "B" class which
Is scratch and the "C" class which
Is plus fiteen.
The second round will be com
plete by May 8th and the semi-finals
will be played on May 14, and
the finals on May 21. The commit
tee reserves the right to name the
place of play for the semi-finals
and finals but the first and second
round niuy bet arranged by mutual
agreement. The secretary. Dr. Glals
yer, should be notified a day before
the match Is to bo played.
Each player must furnish one
new ball for every match. The first
and second rounds will bo two out
of three, while the semi-finals and
finals will be three out of five.
The following is the result or
the first round:
Session and Tuttle "C" were de
feated by Creevey and Bedell "C",
6-1, 8-1. Broland and Fernandes "li"
defeated Gregg and I). Sinclair "C".
6-3, 4-6. Richter and Nunes defeated
Damkroger and Dunn "A", 2-6, 6-3,
6-4. Baldwin and Marcallino "A"
defeated Miller and Carlson "C",
6-3, 6-2. Lindsay and Davidson "C"
were defeated by Brenham and
Glalsyer "A", 6-0, 6-3. A. Kruse and
Bomke "C" defeated Danforth and
W. Kruse "B", 6-4. 6-3. Cannon and
Faye "A" defeated Kaye and .Sin
clair "B", 0-6, 10-8, 6-3. Knudsen and
Burns "A" defeated Hofgaard and
Jesse "C", 6 3, 6-2.
The second round will be Creevey
and Bedell vs. Broland and Fernan
des; Richter and Nunes vs. Bald
win and Marcallino; Brenham and
Glalsyer vs. Kruse and Bomke, and
(Continued on Page Six)
Grammar Schools To
Hold Track And Field
Meet May 27th
The Kauai Public Schools Athlet
ic League will hold their annual
track and field meet at the I.ihue
park on May 27th at 1:00 p. m.
the original plans called for the
meet to be held June 3rd, but ow
ing to the fact that the annual sing
ing contest for the public schools
and the county fair were scheduled
on May 27 it was thought that the
children would get a great deal more
benefit out of being able to attend
both of the above events along with
the track, It was therefore decided
to change the date of the meet to
The singing contest will be held
In the morning at the Tip Top at
10 o'clock and the rest of the morn
ing will be given to the children
to see the exhibits of the county
Weighing In of contestants will
take place in the morning after the
singing contests, each school being
given an alloted time.
Each boy and girl will be allow
ed to weigh In, In their track suit.
Contestants' numbers will be given
out at this time and all entries will
be checked at the weighlng-in.
The regular A. A. U. rules in re
gard to the events will govern the
meet. It was decided that any sub
stitutes for the entries must be
made at the time of weighing in,
no substitutes to be allowed after
The meet will be under the direc
tion of Neil Locke, and he has pre
pared a set of rules and regula
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