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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 23. 1922
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KAUAI BASEBALL LEAGUE
STANDING OF CLUBS
W. L.' Pet.
Alakee 3 0 1000
Makaweli 2 1 667
Lihue 1 1 BOO
Koloa 0 2 000
McBryde 0 2 000
Makee , McBryde 6.
Makaweli 20, Koloa 19.
CHAMPS TRIM SCOTS
IN EXCITING BATTLE
BOOTS ARE PLENTIFUL
single, filling the bags with only
one down. Tilly was rushed to stem
the onslaught but Hee daubled on
the second ball pitched, tying the
rfcore. Tsunehiro grounded to Tilly
in an attempt to squeeze, and Yo-
SURPRISE SPRUNG IN
THE LADIES DOUBLES
Fhida was out Tilly to Tank. Tank's
throw to Bccond to catch Tsunehiro , blggest surprise of the tourna-
Mrs. George Bedell and Mrs. Rob-!
bert Jesse won the west side handi
cap doubles championship after one
of the gamest uphill battles on rec
ord in local tennis history, by de
feating Mrs. Clutterbuck and Mrs.
Hall, 8-6, 4 6. 6-4, 6-4.
Mrs. Bedell and Mrs. Jesse sprung
going down was booted, and Hee
Scored the run, which was enough
to win. For McBryde Tilly opened
with a mighty triple to left center
but was stranded, as Watase and
Perreira both popped out, and Tilly
was put out trying to steal home.
To make it doubly sure, the Ma-
ment when they defeated Mrs. Can
ion and Mrs. Rankin by the score
of 2-6. 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 in the seml-ftn-i.ls.
as the latter were picked to
win the championship and their
rHmination by the champions put a
i ew light on the affair. Tl.eir play
ing in this match against odds was
That game between Makee and
Makaweli Sunday before last was
considered exciting by many. But,
oh boy, you don't know what you miss'
ed if you did net take the trouble
to Journey to Eleele Sunday and
vatch the Scots and Makey tangle
ui.. The nl'..:t game was mild in
Sixteen errors, ten mlscues by the
wluncrs and six by the losers, indi
cate that something must hive been
radically wrong somewhere, aut ask
anyone who saw the game and the
answer will be that it was the most
inciting game they have 3en in
many moons. Imagine a game In
which the winners overcame a three
run lead and went into tu lead by
one run, only to have the opposition
again tie it up with runs to spare.
Then, when everything lookel rosy
tor McBryde with the sc-ir at 6
to 4 in their favor, and a Makee
man had been laid away lu what
was supposed to be the first half
' of the ninth inning, tao Makees
itarted after Ohama and filled the
bags, scoring three runs In siie of
a sudden switch In moundsmen. Til
ly coming in from right field to
check the rally. This was enough to
win, but they earned two more in
the ninth to feel safer. The final
. score was 9 to 6, but the score
doesn't tell the story at all.
K. Muranaka, who pitched for Kl
lauea two years ago, started oft for
the "Makees, but six errors' in five
innings spoiled his record and he
retired in the fifth inning with two
down, in favor of Teves. The latter
allowed two hits In 4 1-3 innings,
hut which resulted in two runs.
Ohama for McBryde had the Ma
kees for five innings, but weakened
in the latter stages, allowing hits
In every ining. Tilly however, did
no better, as under the rules, he
was responsible for the loss of the
game. Hee, the first to face him,
scored the winning run.
The story of the game by innings
was as follows:
The Makees went out one, two and
three in the first. For McBryde, af
ter Tank had skyrocketed to King
and Ako was killed by pitcher to
first. Fernandes pulled a Snodgrass
and Spalding landed on third. Tilly
singled, scoring- Spalding. Doi boot
ed G. Watase's grounder and Per
reira singled, scoring Tilly. Per
reira stole second and Watase Scor
ed on Soong's bad throw to third.
Perreira tiled to come in on the
same play and was out, Muranaka
The second inning was a blank
for both teams. The Kapaa boys
scored their first run in the third.
Muranaka was safe on shortstop's
error. Dol singled and Yoshlda was
safe when Ako erred. Hee fanned;
but Tsunehiro walked, forcing in a
run. Two other force-outs ended this
Inning. McBryde could not connect
in their half.
The fifth inning brought Joy to
the Makees supporters. Doi singled.
After Yoshida had died via the air
line to Tilly, He beat out a bunt
and a double steal was pulled off.
Tsunehiro fanned the ozone, but
Soong doubled, scoring Doi and Hee.
Soong stole second and scored when
Ako again erred on Fernandez'
grounder. Rodrigues ended by whif
flng. The Joy of the Makees was
short lived, however, as the Scots
came right back and put themselves
gain in front by two runs. E. Watase
singled and Ohama sacrificed, Wat
ase reaching third thru the forget
tulness of Rodrigues. Tank singled
and scored Watase. Ako grounded
to pitcher, who threw wild to sec
ond in an attempt to force out
Tank, both runners advancing. Spald
ing fanned. With two strikes and
, two balls on Tilly, Muranka was
yanked ai;d Teves went in. The first
ball he pitched was hit for a triple
by Tilly, scoring Tank and Ako.
There was nothing doing in the
sixth, tt-e Makees getting one hH
and committing another miscue. Dit
to for the seventh, although the Mc"
Brvdes tot two runners on with
The eighth saw the final turning
tide In Kapaa's favor. King tiled
to Tilly, but Teves got a free tick
et. Doi got on thru second's error
and Yoshida' beat out a bunt for a
kees gathered two more in the ninth. ) y ur U)e best h,t ()f lud,ea. telinis
Soong was hit by Tilly. Fernandez: . . . .. years and
sacrificed end Rodrigues died, sec-
cud to first, Soong reaching third. (hpir gallierps8i for Ilt no time did
Ki.iif wnllooed oi:e to left center !
and circled the four sucks with
ease. McBryde could do nothing in
their half, going out in rotation.
The following Is the box score:
MAKEii ab r h po a
Dol 2b. 5 2 2 1 0
Yoshida cf. 5 0 111
K. Hee 3b 5 2 3 4 1
Tsunehiro us. 4 0 0 0 1
Soovg c. 4 2 2 14 3
Fernandez rf. 4 0 110
Rodrigues lb. 5 0 0 4 0
King. If 5 12 2 0
Teves p. 110 0 1
Muranaka p. 2 10 0 2
totals 40 f- 11 27 9
McBRYDE ab r h po a
T. Ohama c 4 1 1 14. 0
Ako lb. 4 10 8 0
Spalding 2b.-ss. 4 10 0 0
Tilly rf.-p. 4 13 2 2
E. Watase cf. 4 12 10
J. Perreira If. 4 0 10 0
Kamaka 3b. 1 0 0 0 0
Carvelra 3b. 3 0 0 2 2
E. Wataae cf. 4 1 ' 1 0
N. Ohama p.-rf. 3 0 0 0 4
Totals 35 6 7 27 11
Annual Track Meet For
Kauai Schools Next
Saturday at lihue
The Kauai Public Schools Athlet
ic League will hold their annual
track and field meet at the -Lihue
park next Saturday afternoon at
Tl.e league will use the weight
system in classifying the contest
ants this year to enable the smaller
schools to compete on an equal foot
ing with the larger schools.
The committee announced that en
tries will close Wednesday even
ing. This is to allow the committee
to arrange heats for the dashes and
arrange the order of the field events
so as to enable them to run off the
meet as rapidly as possible.
The complete list of events is as
70 Pound Class, Boys
40 yard dash.
Running broad Jump.
"60 yard relay.
90 Pound Class, Boys
60 yard dash.
Running broad Jump.
Running high Jump.
240 yard dash.
'00 yard dash.
Running broad Jump.
Running high Jump.
400 yard dash.
70 Pound Class, Girls
Basketball throw for distance.
Basketball goal throw.
40 yard dash.
100 yard relay.
Unlimited Class, Girls
Basketball throw for distance.
BuBkelbull throw for goals.
40 yard dahs.
160 yard dash.
it must be said that they won on
tl.ey give mi, although their oppon
ents took the first set with appar
Their showing in the finals was
up to standard and with the unusu
ally good playing of their opponents
1 1 made the match one of the best and
1 i most exciting of the year. Both teams
0 played straight tennis and both re
o! fused to take unfair advantage of
2 . their opponents and their sports-
At graduation time - -that
limply must be
marked with a picture
Special school style
non on display
W. J. Senda Studio
Kauai Views, Kodak i'itm, Finir.liin g, Framing.
manship was of the highest caliber.
Mrs. Bedell and Mrs. Jesse
will carry the title of
ladies' doubles champions of west
Kauai for a year and an added fea
ture will be the trophy of two ten
nis racquets that go with the cham
pionship. The racquets were offer
ed as a prize by B. D. Baldwin.
BURNS AND KNUDSEN WIN
MEN'S DOUBLES FROM
RICHTER AND NUNES
Hits and runs by innings:
Makee 00103003 29
Base hits 02103112 111
McBryde 30003000 06
Base hits 2100300107
Credit victory to Teves. Charge de
feat to Tilly.
Off N. Ohama, 35 at bat, 9 hits;
off Muranaka, 19 at bat, 6 runs, 5
Left on bases: Makee 8; McBryde
2. Earned runs: Makee 5; McBryde
1. Home runs: King. Three-base hits
Tilly 2. Two-base hits, Soong, K
Hee. Sacrifice hits: Fernandez, N.
Ohama. Stolen bases: Dol, Soong,
Fernandez, Perreira, E. Watase
Double plays: Soong to Hee. Hit
by pitcher: Soong. Bases on balls
N. Ohama 2. Struck out: by N.
Ohama 9; Tilly 1; by Muranaka 3;
Teves 7. Wild pitches: Muranaka.
Passed balls: Soong 1.
Umpires: Duncan and A. Wong.
Time of game 2 hours, 55 ml:
Scorer: J. Teraoka.
Notes on Makee-McBryde Game
Tilly was the batting star of the
day, getting two triples and a sin
gle, all healthy wallops. As a clean
up hitter for McBryde, he certainly
lived up to his reputation
Incidentally, both relief pitchers
were damaged considerably by the
first batter they faced, Teves yield
Ing a triple which scored two runs,
and Tilly a double which) tallied
Perfect control was a feature of
the Makee defense, not a free ticket
being doled out either by Teves or
The score board attendant must
have been out late the night before,
probably to the Kapaa fair. He add
ed an extra column ot ciphers to
the board and everyone except the
official scorers thought the game
was over in the eighth.
Teves work on Sunday against
McBryde and the previous Sunday
against Makaweli Indicates that he
is Makee's best bet on the mound
this year, unless Cummings can a
gain show some of the old stuff
that made him invincible last year.
Sally Watase made a diving catch
of Rodrigues' short fly in the fourth.
It was a nifty catch and he deserv
ed all the applause he received for
The game last 2 hours and 50
minutes', but could have been much
sliorter if the McBrydes knew more
about baseball rules. They stopped
te game to protest the substitution
of Teves for Muranaka when Tilly
had not completed his turn at but,
and did It again when Umpire Dun
Burns and Knudsen won the cham
pionship in the west side men's
handicap doubles last Sunday when
they defeated Richter and Nunes
at the McBryde court. The scores
of the match were 6-4, 4-6, 6 3, 6-2.
The match was a hard fought one,
both teams playing heady tennis
throughout the entire four sets'.
Richter and Nunes showed a flash
of form in the second set, after the
winners had won, the first one, and
gave their admirers a chance to
cheer by winning 6-4. The Koloa
team took a brace in third and won
6-3. The McBryde team put up a
game fight in the last set and al
though the score appears one-sided
this set was the hardest fought of
the entire match.
A pair of tennis racquets given
by H. P. Faye is the trophy for
KAUAI HIGH INTER CLASS
W. L. Pet.
1 0 1000
1 1 500
1 1 500
0 1 000
ALL KAUAI MEN'S SINGLES
FIRST ROUND COMPLETED;
TOO MANY DEFAULTS
The first round of the all-Kauai
men's singles have been completed.
One distressing feature is the num
ber of defaults by East Kauai play
ers. The results of the first round are
"Tuxedo" Bill Balthis defeated
Bedell won by default from Cor
storphine. Rankin and Kruse no report.
Brenham won from Hofgaard.
Caleb Burns defeated Nunes.
Cannon ' won from Bomke.
Faye defeated Dunn.
Creevey defeated Clutterbuck.
Baldwin won from Ichlnose.
Gregg defaulted to Frank Burns.
Glaisyer defeated Kaye.
Fernandes vs. Miller no report.
Allen won from Foster Horner by
Richter defeated Damkroger.
W. Sinclair vs. D. Sinclair no re
port. Broland won from A. Horner Jr. by
The second round will be as fol
lows: "Tuxedo" Bill Bulthis vs. Bedell;
Breuham vs. winner Rankin and
Kruse; Caleb Burns vs. Cannon;
Faye vs. Creevey; Baldwin vs.
Frank Burns; Glaisyer vs. winner,
N.lller vs. Fernandes; Richter vs.
Allen; Broland vs. winner, W. Sin
clair vs. D. Sinclair.
"Tuxedo" Balthis, who Is picked
by many to win the tournament,
voiced the opinion that it would be
a good idea for Mclnerney's to give
a dinner jacket to. tho winner. Tux
evidet'tly wants to blossom out at
the next affair given at the parish
Standings of Clubs
Results last week:
Senior 6; Freshmen 3.
Sophomores 6; Seniors
Juniors 1; Juniors 0.
By defeating the Seniors In their
first game the Sophomores took the
lead in the Kauai High interclass
league: The Seniors bad trimmed
the Freshmen, but the heavy hitting
Sophs went right after the upper
class men and hitting Tashihenl at
opportune times managed to finish
Batteries: Lydgate, Peiler and Ni-
ta; Tashibanl and Nlshimoto.
Tadooshl of the Junior team
heaved a one-hit game against the
Freshmen, .but thru an error of his
own and a wild throw by Goichi his
catcher lost the game, one to no
thing. Tadashl of the frosh team held
the Juniors to two hits which had
quite a bit to do with the Freshman
The score: R. H. E.
Juniors 0 2 4
Batteries: Tadashi and Ferrera;
Tadeoshl and Goichi.
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Just a reminder that dinners will
still be forthcoming In spite of hard
times everywhere, if they play win
ning ball, B. Y. Lee, proprietor of
Yuen Kee chop house, Kapaa, invited
the whole Makee team, its officials
and several personal friends, to an
elaborate Chinese dinner at his cat
It was not to celebrate the victory
over Makaweli in particular, howev
er, as the dinner had been promised
to the boys after their next vicotry. J
ltau tney lost on sunaay, me uinner
would have been given if they boat
McBryde this Sunday, or if not, then
when they beat Koloa. Mr. Lee, the
host, Is a genuine baseball fan, and
told the boys that he was taking this
means to show them, that although
his absence in China last year pre
vented him from entertaining the
team after the won the champion
ship, he Is now giving them a treat
to start off the -1922 season right. He
also promised them that another din
ner, better than this one, will be giv
en by him if the team wins again In
Those present at the dinner were
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We Have It
hitless for two games, broke into ' George S. Raymond, Henry T. Shel-
can called a batter out after Soong ! tnu li"u'liB,lt 0!! Sunday, Kenneth don, G. M. Shak. Kion Soong, Arthur
had dropped the third strike with Betting three blows and Doi two. . Wong, John Hano. Judge von Ekeke
first ar.d second bases occupied and' ; la. N. Fugitani. June Teraoka, Jos-
none down. I MAKAWELI 20, KOLOA 19 j el,l Rodrigues. Alfred Rodrigues. D.
Several fcuolea from McBryde had! Makaweli and Koloa staged a typ- l)o1. M. Tsunehiro, Kenneth Hee. M.
quite a fine time of It up to the i i al schoolboy affair at Makaweli. ! Merita. King Kano, J. Yoshida. Frank
eighth teasing the Makees and their I the west enders finally winning out j Fernandez, Joseph Silva, Alfred VI
supporters, but could not be found by the terrible score of 20 to 19. j veiros and Henry Kama,
in their usual haunts when the I Errors were countless and the off!-
eighth inning ended. ial ticoror had brain fever and was
Dol and Hee, who had both gone ' forced to retire.
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