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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1922
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
Llhue and McBryde tangle next
Sunday on the Lihue lot and a bat
tle royal should be the result. Mc
Bryde has yet to win a game and
are to take the measure of the boys
from the county seat and get into
the win column.
If Llhue wins, they have an op
portunity to tie Makee in the cham
pionship of the' first series by de
feating them In their meeting at
Kapaa, but if the Scots win it looks
like the champs will gather the
honors, as It will be necessary for
them to drop two games to let eith
er Lihue or MjcBryde into the run
ning. Koloa takes on Makee at Koloa
and according to the dope, Makee
should win. Koloa has shown that
they can play baseball, but also have
shown that they are capable of
some awful stunts when they get
Btarted. Their game against Maka-
well was about the worst on record
In the local league except for the
farces put on last year by the Engi
neers'. If Koloa has all such games out
of her system they may put up a
battle against the champs as they
had that habit laBt year of throw
ing a couple of scares Into Makee.
There must be some sort of Ka
huna on Marcalllno Teves, as last
year when he pitched for Lihue the
Llhue team would pile up more er
rors in one game than they would
have for the rest of the season, and
now the Makees seem to be follow
ing in Llhue's footsteps and piling
up the boots whenever Teves works.
The champs are certainly not play
ing the airtight ball that they did
last year and jf they keep up that
type of ball they may find themselv
es on the outside looking in. Just
at present all their opponents seem
to be in a worse state than they
are, so they manage to finish in
LIHUE WINS TRACK
MEET; WAIMEA SECOND;
AND KAPAA THIRD
The Llhue school won the annual
track and field meet held at the
Llhue ball park last Saturday with
a total of fifty-three and one-quarter
points. Waimea was second, with
46 points, while Kapaa was third
with 36 1-4 points.
The meet was one of the most
successful yet held, everything run
ning off in smooth order. When it
is realized that it was necessary to
run oft no less than forty races,
to get in all the heats and finals
it can be seen that the committee
bal its hands full in finishing the
meet on schedule time.
Owing to the fact that the events
were changed and the method of
clatslfying the athletes has also
been changed, there were very few
records broken and the records Sat
urday will be the records for the
Two records were broken, the un
limited boys' high lump and the
girla unlimited basketball threw. Ar
thur Aaron of Hanalel and Hotoku
Inahuku of Waimea broke tha high
jump record with a leap of four
feet nine Inches, the former record
being four feet, eight Inches, held
by Ed Morgan of Kapaa, and Wut
StcvetiH of Hanalel.
Hannah Aarona also of liunalei
broke the unlimited girls basketball
throw when she heaved the sphere
7J feet 9 inches. The former record
was 67 feet 10 inches and was held
by Bessie Wibke of Lihue.
Lihue won the 70 pound boys
championship with a total of 1
points, Eleele being second with ten
and Kapaa third with six. .It was
the showing of the small boys that
helped Llhue to win the jneet, as
they fur outshone their larger team
mates in the matter of Scoring the
Llhue also woa the 70 pound girls'
championship with Kapaa second,
and Mana third. Mana had a wondre
ful opportunity to carry of the chain
plonship in this weight, as they
were leading in the relay, the win
ning of which would have assured
them the title, but unfortunately in
passing the baton, one of the girls
dropped it, which put them hopeless
ly out of the race. Mana certainly
deserves a great deal of credit tor
... the showing that their school made.
With only a handful of children to
pick from, they sent over one of
the best lightweight teams in the
Waimea won the unlimited cham
pionship, with Kapaa second, and
Hanalel third. Kapaa won the 90
pound boys' championship, with Ll
hue second and Waimea third. Wai
mea won the unlimited boys' cham
pionship, Hanalel was third and Ll
hue and Kapaa tied tor third.
The following la the score by
Lihue 53 1-4
Kapaa 36 1-4
Kekaha - 13 4-5
Eleele 10 4-5
Makaweli -10 4-5
Mana 5 1-4
Kilauea 3 1-2
Hanamaulu 2 4-5
Koloa 1 1-2
The results of the events wore as
Soyi' 70 Pound Class
Forty yard dash. 1st, John Car-
verio, Eleele; 2nd, Takeo Inoshita,
Lihue; 3rd, Yoshimori Takase, Ele
3le. Time 5 2-5.
Running broad Jump 1st, George
Werner, Hanalel; 2nd, Wai Yen
Chong, Kapaa; 3rd, John Carverio,
Eleele. 13 ft., 8 inches.
Pull up 1st, Herbert Simpson, Li
hue; 3rd Delphlne Sousa, Mana.
Number of pull ups, 25.
Baseball throw 1st Take Inoshi
ta. Lihue; 2nd John Carverio, Ele
ele; 3rd Kelchl Osaki, Koloa. Dis
tance 183 feet, 3 Inches.
Relay 1st Llhue; 2nd Kapaa; 3rd
Girls' 70 Pound Class
Forty yard dash 1st Emma Ma
teo, Kekaha; 2nd Kunchln Bibincla,
Kapaa; 3rd Rose Kua, Lihue. Time
Basketball throw for distance 1st
Mary Klussman, Lihue; 2nd Yasuo
Kanekuni; 3rd Eva Camara. Distance
41 feet, 1 inch.
Basketball throw for goals Edna
Chong, Kapaa; Mary Dominici; Ma
kalno Nakaya, Waimea, and Rose
Kua, Lihue, tied for first. Two
Reluy 1st Kapaa; 2nd Llhue; 3rd
Unlimited Girls' Class
Forty yard dash 1st Minnie Ma
teo, Kekaha; 2nd Mtyoko Fogani,
Waimea; Juana Gabriel, Kapaa.
90 Pound Boys' Class
Sixty yard dash 1st Tadashi Ko
no, Lihue; 2nd Toshio Matsul, Ka
paa; 3rd Denchi Sumida, Hanamau
lu. Time 7:1-5.
Broad jump 1st Shiguyoshi Mat
sumoto, Waimea; 2nd K. Itoka,zu,
Kapaa; 3rd TsutomI Iyowa, Waimea,
Distance 14 ft. 9 incheB.
Basketball throw for distance 1st
Hannah Aarona, Hanalel; 2nd To
rn lko Sato, Kilauea; 3rd Nancy Moh-
lers, Waimea. Distance, 73 feet, 9
Basketball throw for goals 1st
Hattie Kauhi, Waimea; Elizabeth
Ledward, Waimea,, and Ida Koizu
mo, Kekaha, tied for second. Goals 3.
Relay Lihue first, Kapaa second.
High Jump 1st Robert Chang, Ha
nalel; TsutomI Iyowa, waimea,
Vincent Fernandes, Mana; Kazu Mi
shima, Kekaha; Yoshio Nogaml, Ele
ele; Kawaigo Kido, Hanamaulu,
tied for second. Height 4 ft., 1 1-4
Pull up 1st Santiago Frlas, Ma
na; 2nd Kiyoml Hashimoto, Llhue;
3rd Yoshio Okamaoto, Kilauea and
Harold Batsista, Koloa. tied for third.
Relay Kapaa first; Lihue sec
ond; Hanamaulu third.
Boys' Unlimited Class
Hundred yard dash 1st Joseph
Apoa, Waimea; 2nd John I, Llhue;
3rd Manuel Texerrla, Kapaa. Time
Broad Jump 1st Joseph Apoa,
Waimea; 2nd Wm. Stevens, Hana
lel; 3rd C. Mato, Kapaa. Distance
17 ft., 5 inches.
High Jump 1st Arthur Aarona and
Hotoko Inahuku tied; 3rd Mm. Stev
ens, Hanalel. Height 4 ft., 9 inches.
Pull up Shegenorl NlsMkawa;
2nd Edward Cabsenha and Henry
Klussman tied tor socond. Number
pull ups 22.
Relay Waimea first; Kapaa sec
ond; Makaweli third.
Joseph Apao was high Individual
point winner with a total of ten
points. John Carveiro of Eleele was
second with a total of nine.
A. A. U. IS TO EXPEL
AMATEURS WHO BET
SECOND ROUND OP SINGLES
RESULTS IN GOOD TENNIS
New York. The Amateur Athletic
association has announced it is about
to frame new rules whlc hwlll expel
from the ranks of amateur athletics
all whob et on themselves or are
bet on by their friends. Such ac
Hons is deemed necessary to keep
amateur athletics free of the stigma
The decision to make the new rul
es was precipitated by the Excel
Club's road race recently in w,hich
August Fager of the Finnish-Ameri
can A. C. was barred because his
friends and he himself had backed
them to win.
Editors Note This Is what the A
A. U. thinks of betting in connec
tion with sports. And why?. Be
cause betting is bound to spoil
sports. It takes sports out of the
realm where it belongs, sports for
sport's sake, and make it a gamb
ler's game where money is the only
Everyone knows what betting did
for the big leagues and the race
track. Let's not let It spoil our ball
games. A player who will bet will
throw a game to win his bet and
a spectator who bets will do all in
his power, fair or' foul, to have the
team which he has money on, win
The people who we want to back
up our athletics will surely drop
out if we allow betting. See to it that
you don't bet on a ball game and
try to keep the other fellow from
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Sunday saw the completion of the
s'eoond round of the Kauai men s
singles anw 'only one surprise was
sprung, that was the defeat of
Count" Rtchter by Ray Allen.
The match between Dwlght Bald
win and Frank Burns, which was
won by the former, was one of the
best of the round, it being recessary
for three sets to be played to de
cide this match.
The match between "Tuxedo"
Balthis and Bedell was also a good
one, Bedell putting up a fine battle
against "Tux." If Bedell keeps on
improving at the present rate it
will not be long before he will bo
giving the best of them a battle
The results' of the first round are:
Balthis defeated Bedell 6-2, 6-1.
Brenbam won from Rankin 6-3,
Caleb Burns won from Cannon 0-2,
Faye and Creevey, no report.
Baldwin defeated Frank Burns, 3 6,
Qlaisyer defeated Fernandes 6-1,
Allen won from RIchter 6-2, C-4
Brolan defeated D. Sinclair 6 4,
Entries are coming In very slowly
for the Kauai men's doubles for the
Wall & Dougherty cup. Entrlles are
supposed to close June 1, but the
committee decided to hold them op
en until Saturday, June 3rd. Et
tries will be received by Dr. Ulais
yer, secretary ot the Kauai Tennis
A trl-plantation handicap bingics
tournament will be held on the west
side, the entries ot which are now
open. The three plantations to be
represented are Koloa, McBryde and
Makaweli. Frank Alexander haa do
nated a racquet to the winner.
Another tournament is starting on
the west side, the communities to
be represented are Mana, Kekaha
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