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fflfi GAftDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1922
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MAKEE VS. MAKAWELI
The Makees retained their thou
sand per cent mark by defeating
Damkroger's Makawell team at Ke
paa last Sunday, but who would
have been brave enough to offer a
nickel for their chances until the
sixth? I'p to this canto only one
hit anil one run had been made off
Wramp, and that run was the re
sult of Auld's error in right. The
score at that time was five to one
in favor of the visitors, with Vr;imp
going along in clocklike regularity,
his curve and fast ball mowing
down the Makee batters like grass
before a scythe, although errors ' by
his team mates put him in hot wa
ter several times. Makawell had ai
so gathered seven hits off Cum
mh'gs up to this inning, ami the
.Makees played as if they were out
to demonstrate the art of how to
play baseball, eight errors making
themselves conspicuous on the scor
The finul score was C to 5 and it
required ten innings to come to a
decision. The real hero of the game
was Marcallino Teves, who came to
the aid of Cummings In the seventh
and held the visitors to no runs in
tour full iimings, not a Makawell
leaching first base during that timj.
In the eighth-, with two down and
runners on second and third, and
ore run needed to tie. he singled
over short, scoring, tying the run.
Morita and Hee also deserved hon
orable mention in the fielding line,
but did nothing at the bat. Moiitu
made hard running catch right on
the foul line off Wramp's bat in tl e
sixth which cut off two runs, and
1 1 oo. fielded one from Ah Nee's bat in
the tenth that was traveling a mile
a minute. For Makawell Wramp de
served a belter fate, as the support
given him was enough to discour
age even the best of hurlers. K.
Yamase in left and Conant in center
fielu.jd their positions well, but the
latter's costly muff in the tenth al
lowed a runner, on the bags who
finally decided the game.
You wouldn't expect the game to
have been very exciting when the
sixteen errors were made, but there
certainly was enough excitement ev
en for the most rabid fans. Even
Charlie Rice, who was sitting with
the scorer on the sidelines, rolled
over and over when the Makees tied
the score In the eighth after nearly
everyone thought the Makees were
The Makees scored one In the
first when Yoshida reached third
on Auld's error and scored on an
other error at third: In the sixth,
with one down, Tsunehiro got on
thru being hit and stole second. Af
ter Soong had died, Wramp to Ya
mase, Morita walked and Rodrigues
singled, scoring Tsunehiro, both run
ners advancing on the throw in.
King grounded to Silva, who threw
too low to first, Morita and Rodri
gues scoring. They tied the count
in he eighth. Soong singled and Mo
rita sacrificed. Rodrigues went out.
pitcher to first and King was hit
by Wramp. Teves hit a Texas lea
guer over short and Soong came in.
The wirning run in the tenth was
not earned. Morita filed Conant.
who juggled it several times and
finally let it drop. Rodrigues pop
ped to third and King doubled to
right center. Morita who Ixid snip
ped at third, scored when Tomas
let the throw from the outfield get
Makaweli scored her first run In
tl. third when with two down, and
runners on second and third, King
muffed Tomas' fly to left. A brace
came in the fourth. Anne and Con
art singled. M. Yamase fanned, but
both runners advanced on a passed
ball. Silver grounded to third and
Hoong's error scored Ah Nee. K. Ya
mase singled and Conant scored.
The final run of the day came in
the sixth. Silva doubled to right. K.
Yanmso grounded to Cummli-gs,
who threw high to third. Hamada
and Silva scored, Yamase going to
third. Wramp filed to right and K.
Yamase scored when Rodrigues
threw wild to second in an attempt
to double up Hamada who was com
ing buck to second in after Morita's
Soong. c. 5111111
Morita, rf. 3 2 0 1 0 0
Rodrigues, lb. 5 117 13
King. If. 3 0 2 4 2 1
Mar. Teves. p. 10 10 0 0
Cummings. p. 2 0 0 0 2 1
Man. Teves 1 0 0 0 0 0
Total 36 6 6 30 13 8
Hatted for Cummings In sixth.
Hits and runs by innings:
Makaweli 001202000 05
Rase hits 011302000 07
Makee 100003010 16
Rase hits 000011021 16
One out when winning run scored.
Off Cummings, 30 at bat, 5 runs,
7 hits in six innings. Earned runs,
Makee 2, Makawell 2. 2-base hits,
A. Silva, King. Sacrifice hit, Morita.
Stolen bases, Dol, Tsunehiro, Soong,
King. Rase on balls, off Cummings
1, off Wramp 4. Struck out, by Cum
mings 6, by Teves 3, by Wramp 7.
Double play, Yamase to Hamada.
Hit by pitcher, Hamada, Dol, King.
Tsunehiro. Passed balls, Soong.
Umpires A. Wong and Fernandes.
Scorer June. Time, 2 hours 30 minutes.
Makaweli ab r h po a
Nakashimn, rf. 1 0 0 0 0
K. Auld. if. 3 t) o 0 0
Tomas, c. 5 0 0 8 3
Ah Xee. Lb. 5 112 1
Coiiaiit, rf. 5 12 2 0
. Yamase, 1!. f, 0 0 10 1
A. Silva, ss. 4 1110
K. Yamase, If. 4 1 U .3 0
Hamada, lib. 3 112 1
Wr:-mp, i. 4, 0 0 0 6
Totals :jy 5 7 28 12
Makee ab r h po a
l"i, -b 3 0 0 3 4
Yoshldu. cf. 5 10 0 0
K. Hee, 3b. 5 0 0 3 2
T.-amehiro, bs 3 1111
KOLOA VS. LIHUE AT KOLOA
Koloa had the Lil.ue fans on edge
for brief periods thruout the game
and put a real scare into them In
the ninth inning when two men
tripled, almost causing the game
to go into the extra Inning.
With superior fielding and a thou
sand percent Improvement over the
week before, Lihue won the game
by a close score of 5 to 4.
The one noticeable improvement
was Rob Okuda on first where he
gave both spectators and team mates
all they could ask for. Robello pitch
ed a very good game for the win
ning side, never once not having
control over the situation.
M. Costa, the new young pitcher
for Koloa,' has bright possibilities
with a little more practice and train
ing, Gabriel, McRryde's talkative,
last year's catcher received for Ko
loa. The Koloa fans got a great
kick over the fact that last year's
Koloa battery In Robello and Ha
jime were doing the honors for Li
hue against their old team mates.
One of the amusing features of
the game was the managing umpire,
as both managers of their respective
teams acted in the capacity of al
After a no-hit run first innlngfl
for both sides', Lihue started the
ball roling In the second when Roke
having received two strikes on the
first two balls pitched showed his
ability to see by reaching first on
a walking ticket. Rurgess singled
and Fujii drove a hot one out to
left center good for three bases but
was declared out for failure to
touch second. Roth Roke and Rurgess
Again in the fourth Rob Okuda
singled. Roke was hit by Costa,
which laid him out temporarily; M.
I'ierra running for him. Rurgess a
gain repeated with a single, scor
ing Okuda. Fuji sacrificed Roke
home, and Robello hit a long drive
to left' which by a good throw of
Hondo caught Rurgess out in a very
close play at home.
Lihue was held with no hits or
runs until the eighth when Roke
made his third run of the day by
reaching first on an error off Okuda
at third, stealing second and being
brought home by Rurgess whose
left field fly was dropped by Hon
do. This was Rurgess fourth time
at bat, his second hit and having
reached first on all four times.
Lihue's last inning was scoreless
although Hajime und Tai both were
able to each pick a single .
Koloa's first runs were made in
the fifth Inning when Marlon, the
Filipino battery stai;, knocked a 3
bagger. being scored by Lovell,
when Tai fumbled an easy ground
er. Koloa's chances seemed very slim
until the ninth, when twice M. I'iera
allowed long flys to go over his
head both good for three bases each.
Lihue fans are hoping I'ierra will
begin his 10U0 per cent fielding of
last year from now by going after
these balls in his old time way.
Ruli made the first triple and
e immediately was followed by an
0 other from Raymond, scoring Rush.
1 Raymond tried to steal home on a
0 short hit ball by Neal but was run
0 out between bases by Tai and Ha-
1 jime. Marlon reached first while
1 Rurgess juggled a hard one and
1 misjudged the size of Lihue's small
0 I second basi.nan by trowing ever his
2 head, (lubriel reached second while
2 I an ittti nipt was being made to stop
8 ! .Marion and held from scoring. Roth
scored on an overthrow of home
e plate. Here Lihue tightened up and
0 both Rurgess and Fuji stopped two
1 hard ones for second und third out
1 respectively. .The final outcome be
0 ii g Lihue a, Koloa 4.
Lihue ab r h po a e
Hajime c. 4 0 1 5 3 0
Mosaru rf. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Robello p. 4 0 0 0 2 1
Fuji!, 2b 3 0 1 4 4 0
Rurgess ' ss. 4 1 2 3 7 1
Roke, If. 2 3 0 0 0 0
Okuda lb. 5 1 1 13 0 1
Plerra cf. 4 0 0 1 0 0
Tai 3b. 5 0 1111
Tashera rf. 2 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 5 6 27 17 4
Koloa ab ri h po a e
Kondo If. 4 0 0 0 0 1
Ikida 3b 4 0 0 0 3 3
Rush ss. 4 112 4 1
Raymond lb. 4 0 1 15 0 2
Neal 2b 4 116 6 0
Marlon cf. 4 2 10 10
Lovell rf. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Gabriel c. 3 0 0 4 1 1
Costa p. 4 0 1 0 3 0
Totals 35 4 5 27 19 8
Hits and runs by innings:
Koloa 000O1000 34
Rase hits 01001001 25
Lihue 02020001 05
Ruse hits 02020000 22
Three-base hits. Rush, Raymond,
Marlon. Sacrifice hits, Fujii. Double
plays, Rurgess to Fujii, Neal to
Raymond' 2, Neal to Rush. Rases on
balls, off Robello 1, off Costa 1.
Struck out, by Robello 5, by Costa
2. Umpires, Case and Ornelhu.
Time of game 1:50. Scorer K. Kuba
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
Baseball is sure shaping up for a
whirlwind season, despite the dope
of the wise ones. Makaweli's defeat
of McHryde In the opening game
and her near-defeat of Makee last
Sunday and the brand of ball put
up by Koloa last Sunday has upset
all calculations. The wise ones will
have to get out a new dope sheet
In which Makaweli and Koloa are
going to figure very prominently.
McBryde vs. Makee at Kapaa
The Scots travel to Kapaa to take
on the league leaders and have
I hopes of breaking In on the Makee
' luck and giving the champs a trim
I ming. It took the old Makee horse
; shoe to defeat Makaweli last Sun
day and it will have to keep on work
j ing if Makee plays the same kind of
j ball as they perpetrated last Sunday.
Tilley is under the opinion that
such luck cannot last forever and
' is hoping that McRryde will be able
; to step In when the luck changes,
j Makee fans are confident that the
I champs will take a brace and find
! their batting eye und play the style
of ball that won them the pennant
Kenneth Hee is rapidly taking
over "Flat" Ahana's titlo of the
"Hitless Wonder." Kenneth has gone
two Sundays without a blow.
There is no doubt that Teves will
start against McBryde. and with
I any sort of support should give the
' Scots a battle. Fans will remember
the great game he heaved against
the Scots at Eleele last year when
he was pitching fof Lihue.
Tilley and Tank will work against
Makee and if Tilley and his gang
play any kind of ball the battle
should be a good one.
Makawell vt. Koloa at Makawell
Both Makaweli and Koloa have
strengthened their teams this 'year
and the game between these two
clubs should be a humdinger, 'lhe
problem is, can Costa hold the hard
hitting westenders. Tilley could not
and Jonah Cummings fell before the
onslaught of the Makawell bombard
ment, so Costa will Lflve a job on
In the meantime Koloa Is going
to have a tough time figuring out
the slants of this boy Wramp The
Kckaha boy is having a good year
and with any kind of support last
Sunday should have won from the
champs. He Is going to be n hard
man to beat and Koloa will have
their hands full trying to score off
Costa heaved good ball against
Lihue last Sunday and with confi
dence gained by that experience
should bo In better form next Sun
day. Eight errors Is a hard ljandicap
for any pitcher to overcome and
he deserves better support.
Lihue will take a layoff, some
thing that should give the firm of
Case and. Fernandes considerable relief.
The second round of the west side
handicap doubles was played off on
last Friday afternoon at Makaweli
between Richter and Nunes vs.
Halwin and Marcallino. Richter and
Nunes won their; way to the semi
finals by beating their opponents
two straight, 6-4, 6-4.
On Saturday afternoon at Kekahav
E. Knudsen and C. Burns met and
defeated Kruse and Bomke in the
semi-finals, the score was 6-2, 6-2,
6-4. The same afternoon at Mc-Rryde
Nunes and Richter defeated Creevey
and Redell in the semi finals, 2-6, 6-2,
The finals between Knudsen and
Rurns vs. Nunes and Richter, both
class A teams, will bo played at the
MicRryde courts next Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. The sets will be
the best three out of five, and the
winners will get two rackets offe'fd
by H. P. Faye.
Last Tuesday Mrs. Hall and Mrs.
Clutterbufk, class A, defeated Mrs.
Creevey and Mrs. I). Baldwin, class
C, 6-2, 6-0.
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Bo
dell and iWrs. Jesse, class R, defeut
ed Mrs. Rankin and Mrs. Cannon,
class A, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2. Roth of these
matches were played on the Mc
The finals, between Hall and Clut
terbusk vs. Redell and Jesse, are
to be played orf this afternoon on
the McBi;yde courts. Much interest
is being displayed in this match and
a large following of the game is ex
pected to be present. Although Mrs.
Hall and Mrs. Clutterbuc are class
A players, Mrs. Redell and Mrs.
Jesse, who rank class B, have the
team work, and are expected to
ive a good account of themselves in
this grueling match! which is to be
the best three out of five. The win
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