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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. JUNE (!. V.V22 r
KAUAI BASEBALL LEAGUE
Standing of the Clubi
MAKEE VS. KOLOA
Again forced to play an
Makue 7 Koloa 3.
McBryde 6 Llhue 3.
The Scots took Llhue Into camp
lad Sunday atter a hoi and Inter
esting battle. It was anybody's ball
game up to the seventh and wax
nip and tuck all tlie. way.
Ohama who starred (or McBryde
Whs hard Lit by the Llhue gang '. ut
tightened up in the pinches. Robello,
who was on the mound for Llhue
did not heave bad ball and deserv
cd better support. He started to
weaken In the seventh and was re
placed by Okuda.
The Makee club and the Llhue
team are alike In the fact that they
have only one pitcher on the club
and both are alike in the fact that
the management Insists on starting
on any other twlrler but the regu
Llhue was the first to score In
the third when Robello hit a long
drive to left center for a circuit
clout. He had quite a time circling:
the bases and was all In when hu
finally did get over the plate.
The Scots took advantage of mm
in the fourth and stepped out in
front and from then on were ncv
er headed although Llhue threat
ened to tie the score several times.
Spalding was hit by a pitched ball
and promptly stole. He went to
third while Tilley was going out,
pitcher to first. Gabriel hit to thu
Infield and Spalding beat the throw
to the plate.
Gabriel being safe at first, ho
went to second when Sally Wat
aso was hit by a pitched ball and
scored when Antone Plerra Bingled
to left. Watase going to third. Wa
tase scored when Carvarro ground
ed to Burgess, and Hajime let the
throw to the plate get away.
LlhucJ came back in their halt of
the fifth and scored one run when
with two out Hajime singled and
Tai drove a double thru the in
field to right center, Hajime scoring.
McBryde got their last two runs
in the seventh when Antone Plerra
singled to center, and Carvarro
drove a short hit to left, Roke try
ing to make an impossible catch
let the ball get away from him for
three bases. Ohama filed to center
and Carvarro scored after the
catch. . :M
Llhue had a fine chance to "score
in the sixth when they had runners
on second and third and no outs
but the pinch hit was lacking.
Lihue scored the last run in the
seventh. Robello singled and went
to second on a passed ball. Hajime
popped to center. Tai was Bate on
a fielder's choice. Plerra beat out
a bunt, filling the bags. Robello
scored while Okuda was going to
first. Roke drove one at the third
baseman that was too hot to handle
but fast backing up by Spalding
prevented a score. Fujil fanned,
ending the inning.
! ALL-KAUAI SINGLES
DOWN TO SEMI-FINALS
The All-Kuual men's singles are
down to the semi-finals, the third
' round bi'ing completed last week,
uphill wnn ore exception. Faye and Caleb
game, thci Makees managed to make iurns have not played off their
a clean sweep of the first round of niatch.
the first series by defeating Koloa Tux jialthia defeated nrenhnm, 6-3,
at Koloa by the score of 7 to 3. j 6.i Dwlght Haldwln defeated C.lais
Costa, Koloa's heaver, had the Ma-yer c-4. While Allen defeated
kee's guessing for fivci Innings, rot Sinclair 6-2. 6-2.
a run being scored on him, while i Tne semi-finals will consist of
his team mates rang the gong ! BalUiis vs. the winner of the. Faye
thrlce. He weakened after the fifth Burns match, while Allen ami Bald
win will meet in another
and the champs managed to score
all their runs in the last . half of
the game, although errors were res
ponslble for a majority of them.
Muranaka started for the Makees
but was relieved by Teves in the
sixth, after yielding three runs and
four hits. Teves got credit for an
other victory, making It four straight
for him. This boy has ably demon
strated that he has the goods so far
and it is puzzling why the Makees
insist upon, starting another hurler
In every game
After the Makes lad gone out
in their half of the first withou'.
causing any damage, Koloa started
by scoring a solitary tally. Kondo
walked, Akira died via thn catcher
to first, and Bush whiffed, but A.u
ranaka uncorked two wild pitches
in succession, scoring Kondo. Bush's
home run in the third scored their
second run. In the fourth Koloa
scored its last run for the day on
Hee's error. In this inning, Neal
started by singling. Costa flied to
center and a wild pitch advanced
him to second. Gonsalves was out,
pitcher to first. Gabriel grounded to
Hee, who threw the Bphere over
Rodrigue's head, scoring Neal
Thci Makees started their rally, their hattinc stnr. eettinir two hits
in the Blxth. Hee doubled to left as both of which figured in the run
a starter, and scored when Tsune- getting.
hiro'B grounder went thru second. Manuel Plerra made a nice catch
Soong tripled, scoring Tsunehiro for off Moura's fly in the eighth, hut
the second run. With a Bplendid spoiled it by failing to complete a
chance to scorn more runs, Teves double play on Noboto Ohama, who
iannea, ssoong nimseii was caugni , thought it was going to be a hit
The trl-plantation men's singles
handicap tournament drawings have
been made and the tournament will
start next week.
There will he six classes, begin
ning with Class A which will be
minus 30. Class B which will be
minus 15; Class C minus one half
15; Class D scratch; Class E plus
except the first one h(llf 15 an,i Ciass P 1(i,IS m
The drawings for the f irpt round
Brenham (B) vs. Knudscn (B).
Amrakaml (B) vs. N. Gregg (D).
Allen (B) vs. Duncan (F).
W. Sinclair (D) vs. Claytor (F).
Bedell (B) vs. Prolan (D).
Damkroger (B) vs. Fernandes (1)).
Roc-Mar (B) vs. Kaye (('). .
Burns (A) vs. Jiu-sen (F).
Jesse (E) vs. Ichlnose (B).
W. Gregg (F) vs. Eby (F).
D. Sinclair (E) vs. Ilofgaard (Dt.
Marcallino (D) vs. Baldwin (A)
Nunes (B) vs. Cadle (E).
Miller (F) vs. Creevey (O).
Glaisyer (B) vs. Dunn (B).
Mansbridge (E) vs. Rankin (D).
napping at third, ard Rodrigues died
Costa to first. They tied It up in
the seventh. King took one of his
legs. Teves popped to third and Dot
and tore for third. He got back safe
ly though on account of Pierra's
slowness to see the play.
Ohama got to second after he had
sacrificed. Yoshida singled to right singled to center and Pierra h Id
and King scored. Tho winning run on to the hall too long before throw
came In the eighth. Tsunehiro sing- ing to the infield,
led and stole second. Soong was hit Roke made a nice catch of Ako's
by Costa but Morlta fanned. A dou- j short fly to left in the fifth, but
ble steal was attempted, Tsunehiro in the seventh he tried to make
scoring when Costa at third let Ga-, another instead of playing tbe ball
safe and it bounced by him for
Tat handled five hard chances at
third without the sign of a bobble.
He also got a nice double. He drove'
one down the third base line that
was good for two bases that every
body on the field but the unip.
thought was fair, in the first, but
unfortunately the unip was tho only
onw that counted and he called it
Robello's homer was a long fly to
left center that got tangled up in
the automobiles out there.
Sally Watase had a busy day in
the field, handling six chances with
out a boot. lie could not do very
much with the bat, though.
The warm w ather and the long
evenings have brought out the fol
lowers of the royal and ancient
game in large lumbers dining th
past two weeks. The ladies are tak
ing up the garni' and list Tl.ur.-day
here wns quite a large party of the
fair sex on the course.
On Sunday morning Bill MiUiy
brought over n party of west side
golfers to try out the course. No
startling scores wen made, either
bv the newcomers or the oldlimers.
The Lit ie Plantation company's
lease expires on the first of July
and the land will then be turned
over to the county for a park. It in
the intention of Jimmy Spalding, the
i.l. nt i'f the golf club and chair
man of tho grounds committee, to
st it rolling the fairways just as
i.e. a the cattle and i'
moved off the course. A large rol
ler will be used to put tho fair
ways in shape.
After the horses and cattli- are
removed It will not be so difficult
to keep the course in good condi
tion. With the rolling of the fair
ways there should be a mat rial
reduction in scores.
1 !. fourth, sixth, Hevrnl.li and
eighth greens are now open to be
played upon, which announcement
will please local golfers, as there
has not been very much joy In be
ing forced to play on temporary
greens. All these greens will have
bunkers on two sides which wiil
make approaching one of the vital
factors of the local course. When
a piaycr Is forced to approach a
j,ree:i "5 feet square that, ha-; bunk-
is on two Miles no wii' ceriamiy
be forced to play his shots with ex
treme ca'ij to previ lit trouble.
Some of the scores made Sunday
Spalding 5-1, Arcia ."2, Corstoi phine
53, Miller 411, Hopper 51, Takr.ta (ia,
Frank Burns 57,' Englel.ard 71.
Longstrcth 50, Hogg 72, Fern 5H,
Caleb Burns 57, Lane OS, Crawford
high e r t h a n a cat's back
"Tux" ISalthis 115, Kuhlmau 50, Ro-
drcro 72, Brenham 55, Todd 05:
A FEW DON'TS
Don't talk or move around when
a player is addressir g the ball
preparatory to drive or putt.
Don't drive off a tie unkil the pre
cot'diug players have played their
second shot and are well out of the
A' graduation time -
that limply must be
marked with a picture.
Special school style
norv on display
W. J. Send a Studio
Kaual Views, Kodak Film, Finishing, Framing.
brlel's throw go to left field. This
lead was increased in the ninth.
King fanned out, but Bush booted
Teve's grounder. Dol walked and Yo
shida beat out a perfect bunt along
third, filling the sacks. Hee's ground
er to second was booted and Teves
and Dol dented the plate with their
spikes. Tsunehiro was safe on a
fielder's choice and Yoshida scored
when Costa' threw to second to
catch Hee napping.
McBRYDE ab r h po a a
T. Ohama c. 4 0 0 6 1 0
Ako 2b. 3 0 0 0 0 1
Spalding bs. 4 1, 0 0 4 1
Tilley If. 4 0 0. 1 0 0
Gabriel rf.-2b. 4 10 111
Watase cf. 2 10 6 0 0
A. Plerra lb. 4 13 0 10
Carvarro 3b. 4 112 3 0
N. Ohama p. 3 0 1 0 2 0
Moura rf. 2 0 1 2 0 0
Totals 34 S 5 27 12 3
LIHUE ab r h po a e
Tai 3b. 5 0 1 2 3 0
M. Plerra cf. 5 0 3 5 0 0
Okuda lb.-p. 5 0 1 7 0 0
Roke if. 4 0 3 1 0 1
Burgess ss. 4 0 0 3 7 0
Fuji!, 2b 4 0 0 2 0 1
Tashero rf. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Robello p.-lb. 4 2 2 3 4 1
( Hajime c. 4 114 2 1
Totals 39 3 11 27 16 4
Hits' and runs by innings.
McBryde 00030020 05
Basot hits 00010030 1-
Lihue 00101010 03
Base hits 10112230 111
Left on bases, McBryde 7, Lihue
9. Home runs, Robello. Three-base
hits, Carvarro. Two-base hits, Tai
M. Plerra. Sacrifice hits, N. Ohama
Stolen bases, M. Pierra, Roko, Spald
lug, A. Plerra, N. Ohama. Double.
plays, Robello to Burgess to Okuda;
N. Ohama to A. Pierra to Carvarro
Hit by pitcher, Spalding, Watase
by Robello. Bases on balls, off Ro
bello 2. Struck out, by Robello 3
by Okuda 1; by Ohama 4.
Passed balls, Hajime 1, Ohama
Umpires, Fern and Low Is.
Kenneth Hee 3b.
Tsunehiro 21). -ss.
M. Morlta rf.
M. Teves rf.
M. Teves p.
h po a e
14 0 1
1 0. 0
2 4 1
4 3 1
4 3 0
0 0 0 0
0 10 0 0
0 0 1
8 27 10
Mar. Costa 3b.
Man. Costa p.
r h po a
10 2 1
0 0 1
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Total 36 3 5 27 16
Hits and runs by innings:
Makee 00000211 37
Base hits 10002211 18
Koloa 10110000 03
Base hits 02110001 05
Oft Muranaka 17 at bat, 4 hits, 3
Left on bases, Makee 7, Koloa 10.
Earned runs, Makee 2, Koloa 2.
Home runs. Bush. Three-basei hits,
King and Soong. Two-base hits, Ken
neth Hee. Sacrifice hits, Dol. Stol
en bases, Dol 2, Yoshida, Kenneth
Hee, Tsunehiro 2, Gonsalves. Dou
ble plays, nona Hit by pitcher, King,
Soong. Bases on balls, Muranaka 1,
Teves 3, Costa 2. Struck out, by
Costa 7, by Muranaka 2, Teves 1.
Wild pitches, Muranaka 3.
Umpires, Ward and A. Wong.
Time of game, 2 hours, 5 minutes.
Scorer, June Taraoka.
NOTES OF McBRYDE LIHUE GAME
Roke and Manuel Pelrrera were
batting Btars for the day, each get
ting three binglea. A couple of
Mauuel's hits were scratchy but
Roke's were all of the healthy va
riety., Antore Pierra of the Scots was
Bush, Koloa's shortstop, was tho
Babc Ruth of the day, his long hit
to left center going over the road
giving him more than enough lime
to circlo the bags.
King, Soong and Hee also collld
ed hard with tho sphere, tho latter
getting a double, and others triples
Akira in center for Koloa, robbed
Yoshida of a home run iu the third
when he traveled over from his po
sition and took thci high and long
fly right in the road and over Hon
Wonder why Official Umpire Fer
nandez was a spectator on the side
lines, and Ward, an unknown quan
tity, was drafted to umpire the game,
although Fernandez arrived before
the game started?
Dol speared a liner from Aklra's
bat in the seventh that was a beau
ty. The ball was traveling on a line
just to the right of second and Doi,
running full speed just managed to
Koloa filled the bases In the eighth
with two down, but with a great
chance to be the hero, Manuel pop
ped to Dol for the third out.
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
McBryde meets Koloa at I'.leele
and according to all the dope the
Scotrf should be out in front when
tho game Is over. However, Koloa
played good ball against the champs
last Sunday and may slip a surprise
over on the Scots.
Lihue ' travels to Makawell and
tangles with her and if Wramp his
a good day this will be a battle
as the westenders have a gang of
sluggers that are hard to slop when
they get started. Lihue may fall on
Wramp for a few blows as most
of the boys have found their bat
ting eyes und are bitting the bull
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