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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1921
TsP0 R TsT
8tandlng of Clubt
W. L. Pet.
Makawelt 1 0 100
Makee 1 0 1000
Llhue 0 1 000
McBryde 0 1 000
Koloa 0 0 000
Makee Wins Opening Game;
Lihue Boots Cause Defeat
The Lihue baseball team must
have felt in a generous mood last
Sunday, as they certainly made the
Makee team a present of the game.
There is only one consolation in
it for the Lihue fans they can only
hope that Lihue has pulled all her
bonehead plays for the season.
Roke was the first one guilty. He
singled in the first inning and was
almost immediately picked off from
first by Soong. He then went out
into the field and when Morita drove
a short single to left with Soong and
Mamura on second and third, Roke
paid no attention to Soong, giving
an imitation of the county steam
roller as he tore for for the plate
but deliberately threw to second.
AS it was, Fujii nearly got Soong
on the' relayed throw. This was the
, first present from the Lihue team.
Joe Rodrigues bunted and Prioste
must have thought that he was play
ing tag and that the ball was it,
for he ran away from the ball in
stead of toward it. The ball rolled
to right field and Joe got a pres
ent of a two-bagger. King popped
one up in front ot the plate and
Bob Okuda and Hajime did and Al
phonse and Gaston and all hands
were safe. This ended the gifts for
Manual Perrera made Makee an
other present when he robbed his
own team of a run by falling to
touch second base after he had hit
one far enough into right field to
run around the bases a couple of
Lihue scored another in the fifth
when Perrera walked and stole. OKu
du doubled, scoring Perrera.
Makee desertves all tin credit for
winning the game as they kept their
heads up all the way and played
ball every minute of the game. Li
hue has a lot of mechanical ball
players who get into a hole where
it is necessary for them to use the
old skull and then they are lost. A
few less Babe Ruths and a few more
smart ball players is what Lihue
needs just now.
There was plenty of billiard ball
material in the rough on display
at the Lihue field Sunday. The iv
ory market surely was' glutted.
Soong had a bad day pegging to
buses. He certainly had the wrong
elevation on his sights as he was
doing his darnedest to knock Yo
shlda down in center field. The only
man that he threw out was Bob
Okuda and some of the fans thought
Bob fell down laughing at Soong's
humpedbacked peg to second.
Tai drove a sharp short single
to center but loafed on his way to
first to his sorrow. This boy Yo
shlda has a piece of spring steel
for an arm and he threw the loaf
ing Tai out by many feet
Bob Okuda has changed his style
and is batting left handed this sea
son. He only got three blows for
his efforts. Not a bad day. Bob is
placing, them over the infield in
stead ot knocking the catcher down
with wild swings. There are a lot
of ball players on both teams that
could take lessons in . hitting from
the Lihue veteran.
Due to the generosity of his team
mates, Okuda's well known Jinx was
Knocked for a goal. This is the
first game that Makee has ever
won when Okuda worked the whole
Manual Perrera and Morita should
be matched in a running backwards
race. Both went into reverse on
balls hit over the heads instead of
turning and running with the ball.
Morita fielded a thousand on his ef
forts although he did roll with the
bull. Perrera let Mamura's drive go
over his head for three bases but
gathered the next one in and also
did a back flip. Old Coast League
fans were reminded of Walter Car
lisle by the circus stuff. Both catch
es' would Lave been easy if the
fielders had gone after them prop
erly. Toves got a scratchy single in the
second when Joe Curvalho insisted
on playing out the bandstand for
right banded batters. Johnny Fer
nundes was kept busy flagging his
outfielders to keep inside the three
King bud a good day in left and
fielded all fly bulls in excellent style.
Ha seemed a bit weak on ground
Doi bun been shifted into the in
field and with a bit more practice
should give a good account of him
self. He was in too much of hurry
Sunday and tried to get his throw
to first way too fast. K. M. Al.nna,
the only player in the world whose
fielding and batting avorago is the
same as the size of his hat, is no
longer with the club.
That was a peach of a wallop by
Pem-era in the third. The ball sail
ed over Morita's head and he was
over the plate before the ball was
thrown back to the outfield from
underneath the machines. Too bad
(for Llhue) though that the umps
and Makees were wide awake and
saw his failure to connect with the
keystone station, thus depriving Ll
hue of another run.
Hee at bird gobbled up several
hard chances and pegged peitfectly.
although he had an off day with
Ts'unehiro at short, although han
dicapped by a bad foot, made two
hard pick-ups but spoiled them by
bad pegging to first.
Tal'8 double in the seventh with
the bases filled was the most timely
hit of the game, coming after two
down at that, and putting Llhue
within hailing distance of their op
ponents. He hit the first ball pitch
ed straight between King and Yo
shlda. Umpire Fern pulled a funny one
in the seventh. Kenneth Hee had
Apparently struck out and the catch
er threw to first after dropping the
third strike. He made no attempt
to run and started for the bench
but Fern made him bat again, say
ing it was a foul ball, when nobody
else, not even the batter himself,
was aware ot it.
Teves seemed easy for Lihue, but
his support held the runs down,
but how can you blame Lihue for
knowing his secrets when they had
him all of last year?
Name ab r h po a e
Doi, 2d . 5 0 0 3, 0 1
Yoshida, cf. 4 1112 0
K. Hee, 3b. 5 0 0 3 3 0
Tsunehiro, ss. 3 2 1 2 4 2
Soong, c. 3 1 1 G 2 0
Morita, rf. 4 11110
Rodrigues, rt. 4 1 2 8 0 0
King. If. 4 1 2 4 0 1
Teves, p. 4 110 0 0
Totals 36 8 9 27 12 4
Name ab r h po a e
Roke, If. 4 12 10 0
Perrelra, cf. 4 114 10
Okuda. p. 5 0 3 2 4 1
Fuji, 2b. 3 10 13 1
Prioste, lb. 5 114 0 0
Burgess, ss. 4 113 0 0
Tai, 3b. 5 0 1 0 0 0
Texeira, rf. 4 0 2 0 0 0
Hajim.i, c. 4 0 0 12 1 2
Totals 38 5 11 27 .9 4
Hits and runs by innings:
Makee: 05002001 08
Basehits: 03013002 09
Lihue: 00101030 05
Basehits: 112 0 113 1 111
Earned runs: Lihue 5; Makee C.
Summary: 3-base hit, Tsunehiro;
2-base hits, Rodrigues 2, King, Tex
elru, Okudu, Tai; sacrifice hit Soong.
Stolen bases, K. Hee 2, Morita 1,
Rodrigues, King 2, Roke, Perriera 2,
Tai. Double play, Okuda to Burgess.
Base on balls, oft Okuda 2, off Te
ves 5. Struck out, by Okuda 10, by
Teves 5. Umpires Fern and A. Wong.
The Makee team will have an ad
ded Incentive to hand a beating to
the Makawell team next Sunday, for
B. Y. Lee of the Yuen Kee Cufe in
Kapaa has offered the boys a Chin
ese dinner if they keep their record
perfect next Sunday.
MAKAWELI TRIMS McBRYDE
IN ONE SIDED GAME, 12-3
Makawell surprised everyone by
taking McBryde into camp by the
one sided score ot 12 to 3. McBryde
trimmed the westenders last week
and were picked to repeat again.
The first game was close, the score
being 3 to 2 and it was figured
thut the pitchers would be as effect
ive in the second game as they
were in the first. But Makawell up
set all the dope by climbing on
Tlllys" offerings for the above total.
Tilly had one bad inning, but a
couple ot his team mutes hud a bad
game. George Watase and Kamaka
were the main offenders, contributing
three errors each, to the day's sport.
Makawell started after Tilly in
the first inning, after Beecroft had
gone out, Salvador, the new catch
er, got a toe hold on Tilly's fast
ball and drove into the front yard
of the teachers' cottage, getting
credit for the fiit Babe Ruth of
The Scots came back in their
half and tightened it up and every
one had a vision of another pitch
er's buttle. Tank Ohama, the first
mun up, greeted Wramp with a dou
ble down the left the field foul
line. He went to third when Silva
let Tilly's grounder get away from
him. He scored a moment later
when Hamada threy wild to the
plate after N. Ohama had bunted.
Makaweli had no Intention of let
ting the scone stay a tie very long
but opened up and drove four runs
across in their half of the third.
Hamada was safe on Tilly's error
and went to second while Wramp
going out, Spalding to Ako. Right
here is where Tilly cut loose all
the ropes and broke the altitude
record. Beecroft walked and Sal
vadoi; did likewise, filling the baseB.
Ah Nee took one in the ribs and
Hamada was forced over the pan
Conunt forced Beecroft at the plate
M. Yamase also took one of Tilly's
fast ones In the ribs and Salvador
scored. Silva came up with the
bases full and doubled to right
center, scoring Ah Nee and Con
The westenders gathered one more
in the fourth. Hamada was safe on
George Watase's error, Wramp fan
ned. Beecroft singled, Hamada be
ing held at second. Salvador hit an
infield fly but everyone neglected
to field it, so the base runners ad
Hamada scored when Ah Nee hit
McBryde gathered one In the sixth
without the aid of a hit. George
Watase was safe on Ah Nee's' error.
On the hit and run Spulding hit to
Beecroft at third and Watase kept
light on tearing to third where Bee
croft was waiting for him with the
ball. Spalding stole second and third,
while Tank was walking. Spalding
scored when Tilly hit to Beecroft
and the latter's throw to the plate
was too late to get him. .
The Scots gave their rooters lit
tle hope in the seventh. Perrera
Bingled infield. Sally Watase sacrific
ed. George popped to Ah Nee, Spald
ing singled to left and Perrera scor
ed. The , westenders removed all
doubt in the eighth as to the final
outcome. After K. Yamase had foul
ed out to Tank, Nakashima doubled
to left. Wramp was safe on George
Watase' error. Nakaslhima going to
third. Beecroft whiffed. Salvador
was safe on a fielder's choice, fill
ing the bases. Ah Nee drove a
line drive over short that George
Watase just could glove and he de
flected it into right center. Ah Ne.i
made second on it and kept right
on to third. Spalding took Sally
Watase' throw from the outfield and
attempted to head off Ah Nee at
third. Kamaka let "the throw get
away from him and Ah Nee ambled
on to the plate blowing like a
f.chool of whales. The game had to
be called so Ah Nee could get his
McBryde tried pinch hitters in the
I rinth but neither one could deliver.
Wramp certainly deserves a grent
(le.il of credit for the class of ball
I hat he twirled. Ho held the hard
hitting Scots to five scnttered hits,
and sent back six via the strike-out
The Makawell team and fans are
greatly encouraged by the showing
of the club and the prediction is
that they are going to make all tho
teams in the league hustle from noy
The following is the score:
ab r hpa a e
0 0 0 0 0
4 1110 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
3 5 27 10 8
0 0 8 0
0 0 0 1
S. Watase. cf.
G. Watase s.s.
T. Ohama, c.
Ohama, N., r. f.
Y. Ohama 1
Name ab r
Beecroft,, rf, 3b 4 0
Salvadore, c. 43
Ah Nee, 2b 3 3
Conunt, c. f. 51
M. Yamase, lb. 3 0
Silva. s. s. 4 0
K. Yamase, 1. f. 4 1
Hamadu, 31 2 2
Wramp, p. 4
Nukashima, r. f. 2 1
Totals 35 12 7 24 12
Horn, run: Salvador; 2 base hits,
T. Ohama, Silva, Nakashima; sac
rifice hits, E. Watase, N. Ohama,
Ako; stolen bases, Spulding 3, Ah
Nee; hit by pitcher, M. amase, Ah
Nee; hit by pitcher, M. Yamase, Ah
Yamase, Spulding to Ako. Base on
balls, off Tilly 2, off Wramp 2.
Struck out, by Tilly 7. by Wramp
6. Umpires, Marcullino and Dreii-
h po a
1 T 1
1 3 3
0 10 0
013 0 1
10 2 1
0 12 1
10 0 0
SNAPPY VOLLEYBALL GAME
BETWEEN Hl-Y CLUBS
A volleyball game with a kick in
every pass was staged last Tues
day aftev.noon at th high school
grounds between the members of
the Llhue and Dormitory Hi-Y clubs.
The Dormitory contingent ran up a
respectable lead in the first few
serves. The Lihue team got posses
sion of the ball and pushed their
score total to a 15 11 finish. In the
Several surprises were sprung in
the westside championship doubles
last week. Burns and Knudsen de
feated Cannon and Faye, 6-3, 6-3 on
Saturday afternoon at Koloa. Can
non and Faye were among those
picked to be in the finals and their
elimination at so early a stage was
one of the surprises of the tourney.
Tko other surprises was the elim
ination of Brenham nnd Glalsyer
by Ilomko and Kruse by the score
of 63. 3-6. 7-5. Bomke and Krusfc
eliminated Danforth and Kruse
last week and are keeping on in a
Bedell nnd Creevey defeated Brp
Ian and Fernandes by the one sided
score of 6-1, 6-0.
In the all-Kaual singles the best
match of the week was between
Damkroger and Richter which was
won by the latter, 8-10- 9-7, 6-4. As
can be seen by the score, this result
ed in some real fast play.
Balthis had very little trouble in
winning from Knudsen by the score
of 6-0, 6-0. Charlie Brenham defeat
ed Hofguard 6-2, 6-2.'
One of the best games In the
first round will be played at Koloa
Wednesday when Nunes nnd Caleb
Bums tangle. This game will be
played at 5 o'clock.
The first round of the west side
ladies double Mas been completed.
Mrs. Rankin and Mrs. Cannon won
by default, as did Mrs. Clutterbuck
and Mrs. Hall.
Mrs. Dwlght Baldwin and Mrs.
Creevey defeated Mrs. Jensen and
Mrs. Miller 6-2, 6-0.
Mrs. Bedell and Mrs. Jesse won
from Mrs. Butchurd and Miss Cov
ert, 6-4. 6-2.
The first match of the semi-finals
will be played at McBryde this af
ternoon when Mrs. Creevey and
Mrs. Baldwin will meet Mrs. Clut
terbuck and Mrs. Hall.
Tomorrow afternoon Mrs. Cannon
and Mrs. Rankin will meet Mrs.
Bedell and Mrs. Jesse at the same
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The Kuuai high school athletic
club held Its first annual banquet
at the high school last Friday night
The banquet was furnil.sed to the
boys by the girls of the domestic
All the boys who earned their let
ters in football nnd basketball were
invited. After the first course rib
bons which lead from the plates of
the diners to an Immense footbull
in the center of the table were pull
ed. The ribbons were attached to
little slips of poetry apropos to the
occasion and to the readers. Some
rare bits of personal history were
disclosed. And the fact that each
man had to read the poetry about
himself gave all the more zest to
After the main course of the din
ner, Mr. Markwell, the toustmuster,
called upon Iwao Miyake, the pres
ident of the athletic club, to con
duct the election of next year's cap
tain. Hale Cheatham was unanimous
ly elected captain of the football
team. William Moragne had a lit
tle opposition for his place as man
ager of the team, but ho managed
to outrank all opponents. Speeches
by the two told what they intend
to do to opponents next season. Mr.
Markwell's couching and co-operation
with the boys was generally
Percy Lydgute was then elected
captain of the basketball team.
Briefly he told the boys that he
would try to be as good a leader, as
the retiring cuptain, Ernest Wede
meyer, had been.
Ernest Wedemeyer was then call
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athletics at the high school. He
asked for clean, sportmunlike ath
letic in the future and thanked Mr.
Markwell for his splendid help dur
ing the past Beason.
After three rousing cheers had
been given for the domestic science
department and Mr. Markwell hud
given the boys some timely tips
for the conduct of the athletic as
sociation in the future, the ban
quet adjorned in time for the boys
to attend the Mokihana Club's show.
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