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LOCAL TEAMS WIN GAMES
IN SUNDAY DOUBLE HEADER
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second. Cummings grounded to
shortstop and both runners were
safe when a fielder's choice faUed.
l)oi tingled, Kano sroring and Cum
niings going to third. Yoshidu was
put uway. shortstop to first, but
llee got on thru another fielder'h
choice, filling the bags. Tsunehiro
popped a high foul back of tha plate
rnd CiTumirgs scored after the catch
as the .iMto.-'s inflelter- a1! forgo'
io cover U.e plate. Suong gr -Hided
lo short i ml another erra allowed
mother bince of tallies.
Another three unnecasjary rur.s
ere added to Makee"s total in the
tilth. Kai o si:gled to csni f fcu.
the ball got away from Franco, en
abling Kano to make the circuit.
Cuiiiinings got on thru thirds er
i,jf :i':A I'oi sent him home with a
double to lelL center Yoshida layed
down a bunt and was out pitcher
to first, but Hee doubled, scoring
Doi for the last run.
NOTES OF THE MAKEE
FORT RUGER GAME
The Makees nuirly came out
without an error, an unusual hap
pening, but the fates decreed other
wise and spoiled things when Kum
Lin threw away the ball in the
ninth with two thirds of the inning
Tsunehiro was the shining star
of the Makee infield, most of his
stops and throws being hot grass
cutters that might easily have gone
thru for hits. He was a flivver at
tin. bat though.
E. Bradley, the captain and short
stop of the Ruger team, was very
adept at picking up hot ones hit
to him, but his arm needs lubricat
ing evidently, as two of his throws
went wild, causing a lot of dam
age. Umpire Congid of the visitors
called them in regulation style, don
ning protector, shin guard and
mask and going behind the plate,
Wonder why some of our own judg
es of play won't go behind the plate,
but its no use kicking, as we are
lticky to have them at all, evm
working behind the pitchers.
Joe Rodrigues, Makee's regular
at the initial station, failed to show
up for the game, and Kum Lin, third
baseman of the champion Mills
team of the Honolulu interscholas
tie league, jumped into the breach
and acquittod himself creditably, ga
ting eleven put outs, although he
made the only error chargedi to his
Ishimura walked and wcr.l to ec
ond wn-.v.i Spalding went out pitch
er to firs;. He scored when Perrlera
hit to Knodel, who booted.
The soldiers came back in Hie
first li.Uf of the second uud put
over two run. After E. Bradley
had flown out to left Held, G. Brad
ley siattlrd to left and stole. Rosen
dahl was safe on Peru-int's etrnr,
Bradley going to third. Allen w-ent
out, Till ;y to Perreira, but Franco
was eq l.-.l to the occasion and bir.g
led to ct liter, scoring Bradley and
The Scots tied it up in their
half. Gabriel fanned and Tilley
singled to left, but was out steal
ing. Watase walked and went to
second on a passed ball. Carverro
was safe on King's wild throw,
Watase going to third. On the double-
steal Watase was scored.
Fort Ruger climbed Into the lead
in the third. MeGuckin doubled to
center and when Knodel attemp
ted to sacrifice Tank Ohama
made a fast recovery and nailed
MeGuckin at third. Wright forced
Knodel at second. Wright scored
when Ishimura threw- wild when
Bradley grounded to short.
J'cBryde made it three in their
half4 Tank Ohama walked, and wemt
to second when Bradley balked.
He stayed there while Ishimura ar-d
Spalding were being put out when
Perreira singled to center.
From the third to thei sixth both
teams played airtight ball, the sol
diers breaking Into the run column
first. With one away S. Rosendahl
singled and scored on Allen's triple
The Scots jumped into the lead
in the seventh never to be head
ed. Tank Ohama tripled to center
and Scored wheal Franco threw
wild trying to head him off at third.
Spalding singled over second, and
stole. Perriera singled to center
and Spalding went to third. Gabriel
squeezed Spalding home and Tllley
scored Perreira by singling. Just to
make it safe the Scots scored three
more in the eighth while the sol
diers were having a hard time fig
uring out Ohama's hooks.
Doi 2 b
Totals 37 13
h po a
3 3 3
0 1 1
0 2 5
0 8 2
FORT Rl'GKR ab r
MeGuckin 3b 4 0
K.-edel lb 4
Sczafranic if 3
E. Bradley ss 4
G. Bradley c 3
Rosendahl If 3
Wright p 4
Franco cf 4
King 2b 2
Kruse 2b 1
h po a
1 0 2
9 24 10
Hits anil runs by innings
Fort Ruger .... 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
Base hits 3 0 0 2 0 0 11 18
Makee 4 1 0 5 3 0 0 (f 0 13
Base hits 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 x 8
Earned runs: Makei-i 3; Fort Ru
ger 2. l.ct on bases: Makee 3;
Fort Ruger 7. Home runs: Doi.
Two-base hits: E. Bradley, Doi and
Hee. Sacrifice hits: Yoshida. Stol
en bases: Srzafranic, Wright, Tsune
hiro (21, Soong, loi. Double plays:
MeGuckin to E. Bradley to Kned-1.
Hit by pitcher: King. Bases on
balls: off Wright 2; off Cummings
4. Struck out: by Wright 8; by
Cummings 7. Wild pitches: Cum
mings 2. I'asosd balls: G. Bradley.
Umpires: Gongol and Marcalliuo.
Time of game: 1:53. Scorer: Tera
oka. The uiiiiy ball team tightened up
thier u 'f-'lise agains-t the MuBryde
team and the bu;tl" was u bit close
although the soldiers seemed unable
to settle down in tin" pinches.
The battery of tho first game
just revised itself, Wright going
to catcher and Bradley to pitcher.
McBry-Je was the first to score,
finding Bradley for one ruu in tfci
first inning. Tank Ohuira fanned,
T. Ohama c
N. Ohama p
ab r h po a
3 3 1 10 3
0 0 3
8 27 10
FORT RUGER ab r h po a
MeGuckin 3b 4 0 2i 0 2
Knodel lb G 0 1 10 0
Wright c 4 10 9 1
E. Bradley ss 4 0 0 2 1
G. Bradley p 4 110 2
Rqsendahl If 4 2 10 0
Allen rf 4 0 2 0 0
Franco cf 4 0 10 0
King 2b 4 0 0 3 4,
Totals 37 4 8 24 10
Hits and runs by Innings:
Fort Ruger 02100100 04
RaSe hits 02101201 18
McBrycV" 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 3 x 9
Base hits 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 1 x 8
Innings pitched by Tilley, 6; 25
at bat; 4 runs; 6 hits. Three-base i
hits: Allen, T. Ohama. Two-base'
hits: MeGuckin. Double plays: T.
Ohama to Spalding. Balk: Bradley, j
Hit by pitcher: Ishimura, Watase.
Bases on IkiIIb: off Tllley 1, oft
Ohama 1, off Bradley 7. Struck out:
by Tilley 6, Ohama 4, by Bradley 8.
Wild pitches: Bradley. Passed balls,
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
Makee and McBryde tangle Mt Ka
paa and a battle royal can be ex
pected. The Scots are out for blood
and the champs are bound to lose
no more battles, so crar.k up the
lizzie and get there early if you
want a ser.t.
Koloa and Makaweli at Koloa Is
the othe:' gimc and if they do not
play better ball than they did last
time they met thyy both should be
read out of the league. Makaweli is
going good now and should win..
"GARMENTS OF TRUTH"
Gareth Hughes makes his debut
as n Metro star in "Garments of
Truth," which cornea to the Tip
Top theater next Saturday. This of
fering was adapted from Freeman
Tilden's story which appeared in a
popular magazine and affords the
new star a vehicle which Is well
suited to his personality. The story
is of satirical bent and revolves
around, a highly imaginative and
ronmantic youth whose ability to
tell whopping big lies precipitates
a deal of trouble for the villagers
in general and for young Lester
Crope in particular. .
To save him from the reformatory
his mother takes him to a doctor
who cures defective patients by
mental suggestion. Lester comes
home cured and develops into a
stickler for the truth. His motto is
truth at all hazards. His imagina
tion returns when he resolves to
win the girl. This picture sparkles
with keen humor and is always in
teresting. A large and capable cast
renders adequate assistance.
"THREE LIVING GHOSTS"
Comedy melo-drama equipped with
thrills and mystery, incorporating
a post war story of unusual Inter
oat, is "Three Live Ghosts," which
comes to the Tip Top theater on
Wednesday, July 12. It is the pic
turization of Frederick R. S. Ish
am's stage play which won unusu
al favor with Broadway audiences
for many months. It is delivered by
a strong cas;, under the direction
of George Fifimourico, and photo
graphed by thd famous camera ex
pert, Arthur Miller. Glimpses of tho
Llmehouse njiHrtec, th famous
quarter, tho famous wharf and near
vicinity of London, England, s'art
the rapid action, which keeps run
n.ng along with smooth sequences
ur.til among the most notable stor
tei of the screen has been told in
i.u entertaining, cli'tctivy way. It
ie with great pleiau.-'j the Tip Top
niuy heartily racoinnund "Three
Live Ghosts." 0';e you do not want
HERO SEEN AT TIP TOP
Blizzard is a satanic sort of fel
low. With half a body and half a
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soul he has tho torso of Hercules
and the Intellect of Lucifer. lie
hates himself and he hates the
world. His story la the story of a
ruthless onslaught on all powers cf
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When Blizzard was t. small boy
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from loss of blood circulation in his
A Lingering Hate
Comedian. Poor old Harry got
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