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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1922
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KAUAI BASEBALL LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
Makaweli 5 Llhue 1.
McBryde 4 Koloa 2.
ECOND PLACE CINCHED
WHEN MAKAWELI TRIMS
LIHUE BY 5-1 SCORE
Mukawell outplayed Llhue at ev
ery stage of the name last Sun
day at the Llhue diamond winning
by the score of 5 to 1. Wrunip was
in ke n form and held Llhue to six
nils, only two of which came in the
The UtdKkins fell on Furtado in
tho first inning dinl collected three
runs before he could get started,
lli'.mnda the first man up singled
a':.l scored when M. Yamase hit
to left and Camara let the ball
bounce past him for a homer. Con
ani was safe on Tashero's erfor.
Ah Nee hit to Tashero who forced
Conunt as second but Fujli threw
wild to first to complete the dou
ble play. Nakashima singled to left
scoring Ah Nee.
They collected one more in the
third. Conant tripled to left over!11"11 had . a chance to score a cou
Camara's head and rested there l)Ie ",OIe- iN- Ohama tripled and
while Ah Nee was going out Su-I "-ored Costa let Gabriel's
mida to Lydgate. Watase singlod ' tlrow get away. J. Perriera struck
Llhue had a chance in the sev
enth to score when Sumida was
safe on Watase's error. Camara pop
ped out. Tashero hit a fly to cen
ter that the scorer gave Naito an
error on but it looked like a bingle
to the writer, llobello went as a
pinch hitter for Costa and fanned
and Furtado followed suit.
They managed to put over a
run in the eighth. Fujli the first
man up hit one to Ilamada that
Avas too hot to handle. Masaru sac
rificed. Lydgate singled to left and
LIHUE Po. ab r h po a
Fugi 2b 4 12 9 4
Masaru cf 3 0 111
M. Pkrra c 4 0 15 1
Lydgate lb 4 0 19 0
Sumida '. 3b 4 0 0 0 4
Camara lf-rf 3 0 0 1 1
J. Tashero ss 4 0 113
J. Costa rf 2 0 0 0 0
gFurtado p 3 0 0 1 2
ltobello If 2 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 1 6 27 16
MAKAWELI Po. ab
Hamada 3b 5
M. Yamase lb 5
Conant rf 5
Ah Nee 2b 4
Watase ss 5
Nakashima c 4
K. Yamase If 4
Nalto cf 4
Wramp p 3
r h po a
5 10 27 10 2
Hits and runs by innings:
Lihue 0 0000001 01
Base hits 00110102 16
Makaweli 30100000 15
Base hits 3 13 0 10 10 110
Left on bases: Makaweli 9, Lihue
7. Runs batted in: by Lydgate 1, by
M. Yamase 2, by Watase 1. Home
runs: M. Yamase. 3-base hits: Con
ant. 2-base hits: Conant. Sacrifice
hits: Masaru. Stolen bases: Watase,
Nakashima and Tashero. Hit by pitch
er: Ah Nee by Furtado. Bases on
balls: off Wramp 1, off Furtado 1.
Struck out: by Wramp 10. by Fur
tado 4. Wild pitches none. Passed
balls: Pierra 1. Umpires Marcallino
and Fern. Scorer: Case.
Charlie Moura sure broke into the
limelight at Koloa last Sunday when
he gathered three blows for him
self one of them being a home run
smack with a man on base.
Caesar was also one or the hitting
stars as he collected three hits for
himself. Both these players having
been resting on the bendi as sub
stitutes, but with the way are hit
ting it looks as if some regular is
going to take a rest.
Convinced of Error
Teddy I wish I handn't licked Jim
my Brown this morning.
Mamma You see how wrong it
was, don't you dear?
Teddy Yes; 'cause I didn't know
til noon that he was going to give a
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IN FAST GAME
Mc Bryde took the measure of Ko
loa at the Koloa field last Sunday
but not before they had known that
they had had a battle. Koloa played
great ball against the Scots who al
so showed a decided improvement
over their playing of last Sunday.
Ohama walked for the Scots and
was in continual hot water but good
defensive work in the pinches kept
Kojoa from denting the rubber. Two
double plays by the infield helped
lnm when there were men on bases.
Costa was on the mound for Ko
loa and might have won tad it not
1-eL-i! for the fact that Moura was
in the McBryde lineup. Moura man
aged to grab three hits for him
sjlf one of them a homer with a
liuin on and he drove in another
run with u bingle making three of
AicUrydes lour runs tl.at he was
The tuihmders started off after
Ohama In the second. Bush the
first man up tripled and he scored
on Caesar's single. Things looked
bad for Ohama but a double play
Carverru to Spalding to Perriera
nipped the Koloa rally.
The Scots scored one In the third
out but lshimura doubled and Spald
ing was hit by Costa. Tank Ohama
however popped an easy one to Cos
ta for tho third out.
McBryde gathered twto in the
fourth when J. Perriera singled and
scored when Moura drove one over
the center fielder's hxad for a hom
er. The Scots last run came In the
eighth. Gabriel was safe on his
brother's error. J. Perriera went out
pitcher to first and Gabriel went
to second. Moura scored him with
a single to left, his third hit of
Koloa threatened in their half
of the eighth.
The tailenders managed to score
in the ninth. Marion Costa beat out
an infield hit and stole second. He
scored when lshimura booted Jar
dine's grounder. Manuel Costa went
out pitcher to first. Gabriel singled
to left. Kondo who had gotten three
hits for the day came to bat but
fanned in the pinch and Hajime
went out lshimura to Perriera.
Kondo and Caesar were the bat
ting stars for Koloa each getting
three hits while Moura was the star
McBRYDE Po. ab r h po a
A. Perriera lb 5 0 0 13 0
lshimura ss 5 0 2 1 3
Spalding 2b 3 0 15 5
T. Ohama rf 3 0 0 0 0
Gabriel c 4 117 2
J. Perriera cf 3 110 0
Moura If 4 13 0 1
Varverra 3b 4 0 0 1 3
Ohama p 4 12 0 3
Totals 35 4 10 27 17
h po a
3 2 0
Kondo if 5
Hajime cf 5
Ikeda 2b 4
Bush ss 4
Caesar ,...rf 4
Mar. Costa 3b 4
Jardine lb 4
Man. Costa p 4
Gabriel c 3
0 0 0 0
Totals 37 2 11 27 12
Hits and runs by innings:
McBryde 0 0120001 04
Hits 1 12 3 10 11 010
Koloa 0 1 000000 12
Hits 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 3 211
Left on bases: McBryde 7, Koloa
9. Runs batted in: by Moura 3, by
Caesar 1. Home run: Moura. 3-base
hits: N. Ohama, Bush. 2-base hits
Kondo, lshimura. Double plays: Car
verro to Spalding to Perriera. lshi
mura to Spalding to Perriera. Struck
out: by Ohama 5, by Costa 8. Base
on balls: off Ohama 1, off Costa 1.
Hit by pitcher: Spalding.
Conant only was able to knock a
double and a 'triple for his after
noon's efforts'' at the bat at Lihue.
This old timer continues to pound
the old upple in a manner that a lot
of youngsters wou4d like to learn.
He also got in front of one Manuel
Perriera's drives in the outfield that
would have been a homer if he bad
not stopped it. Manuel is another
Vet that is having a good season.
He is one of the most valuable men
on the Lihue club.
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
The Kauai Baseball league starts
on Ha second round next Sunday and
the problem of this series Is, can
any of the teams finish ahead of
Makee The champs tangle with the
Redskins on the Makaweli diamond
to open the second series and every
team in the league Is pulling for the
westenders to repeat. The Redskins
outgamed the champs In telr last
battle and should have a world of
confidence in this game, especially
since Koloa pinned a defeat on them
two weeks ago.
This Is not meant to lead anyone
to believe that the champs are slip
ping but the Idea that they can be
beaten will give the teams that tan
gle with them more confidence than
they have had.
Cummings and wramp will oppose
each other on the mound and if both
men are right this should be a pret
ty battle. Cummings has been hav
ing a good year but h's support has
not been up to standard and Makee
is going to miss Kenneth Hee at the
Makaweli has been slugging the
old apple in their guinea lately and
they may find a Jonh nnd sxi d
him to the bench to think it over.
The Issue will depend on whether
Wramp has a good day or not. If
Wramp is in form the champs are
going to have a difficult time mak
ing runs, but if he has an off day,
there will be no doubt about it.
The Scots take on Lihue at the
latter's home grouvds in the other
game of the opener. The Scots have
been reorganized since their defeat
by Lihue two weeks ago and gave
a great account of themselves against
the Koloa team last Sunday.
Lihue set med to have lost their
battirg eyes last Sunday against
Makaweli and will have to come
out of their slump of they hope to
take the measure of the Scots.
McBRYDE MARRIED MEN
ISSUE AWFUL CHALLENGE
TO MAKAWELI BENELICTS
In a challenge worded in fearsome
and glourious language, the McBryde
married men have challenged the
benedicts from Makaweli to a base
ball game to be played next Sunday
at the Eleele diamond.
All the Monrie caluculator opera
tors on the west side have been en
listed to help keep score and brs.
Waterhouse and Dunn will be on
hand to prevent any of the spectators
from getting hysterical and laugh
ing themselves to death.
The game will be called at 10 a.m.
so as to finish before dark. Both
sides will have an army of substi
tutes on hand and there Is no doubt
that many replacements will be need
ed and it Is believed that the side
with the greatest number of re
serves will win.
The following is the challenge:
McBryde, 'June 17,1922.
TO THE SPIRITED. MARRIED MEN
HEAR YE! HEAR YE! YEAR YE!
We, the undersigned dwellers In
the bright and salubrious confines
of McBryde and vicinity, being vir
tuous married men of undoubted
spirit, do hereby Issue a cartel of
challenge and defiance to those be
nighted and virtuous married men
living at, by, or near Makaweli, to
a GAME OF BASEBALL TO BE
PLAYED AT THE HOUR OF 10
O'CLOCK A. M., SUNDAY, JULY 30.
This challenge Is animated by no
motives of vain glory or boastfulness
but from a high and lofty altruistic
desire to instill some knowledge and
spirit into these aforesaid ignorami
of the great national game.
It Is earnestly hoped that this
challenge will be accepted in the
spirit that it is offered, as a refusal
will reluctantly compel us to publish
the same in the Lihue Cabbage Patch,
otherwise known as the Garden Is
land and your shame and ignoiny
thus revealed to tha horrified wirld.
THE McBRYDE BENEDICTS.
(Regular ball players barred).
Fujii grabbed off two blows which
makes his average for the second
round an even .500. Fujii was in u
slump in the first round only getting
one bit out of 16 times at the bat
while in the second round he started
after the pitchers and grabbed off
eight hits out of 16 times at bat
making it an even .500. He is now
hitting 281 for the season.
Repairing the Damage
Pror. Wake that fellow next to
you, will you?
Student Aw, do it yourself, you
put him to sleep. Punch Bowl.
No More Thrills Needed
Push ball played by teams of three
motor cars a Bide Is providing Amer
ica's new thrill. Push-pedestrian, with
an unlimited team of motorists, still
furnishes all the excitement we want
at home. London Punch.
BALTHIS AND RICE
WIN DOUBLES TITLE
AFTER GAME BATTLE
Fighting a game uphill battle af
ter losing the first two sets by an
overwhelming score Bill Balth's and
Harry Rice settled down and took
the next three sets winning the dou
bles championship from Frank and
Caleb Burns, Sunday mornins at the
The Burns brothers started out as
If they were going to make short
work of the match winning the first
two sets 6-1, 6-2. Both Caleb and
Frank were playing steady tennis
while Bnlthls nnd Rice showed a ten
dency toward wiltlness either driv
ing into the net or outside the court.
Balthis and R:ce took a brace Ir
the third set and forced the playing
considerable more than they had
In the first two. They had the score
5 3 ot one time but the Burns broth
ers opened up and took the next two
guiles m iking it five all. Ballhis and
Rice took tho next game and then
followed it with another victory giv
ing them their first set 7-5.
After a short rest, the play start
ed aga'n and it could be seen that
both teams were playing a safe game.
Harrison Rice steadied down in this
set nnd the Burns brothers shifted
their attack from him to Balthis.
Bill contented himself with a plac
ing gani" and with this sort of tactics
he and his partner were able to take
the fourth set 6 3.
The fifth and last was a repetition
of the former one, both teams play
ing safe and nearly every game going
deuce. It was soon evident that the
younger team had the advantage ond
were pressing it to victory although
the Burns brothers contested every
point all the way. Balthis nnd Rice
took the deciding set also, 6-3.
Too much credit cannot be given
to both teams for their sportsman
ship in this match, and although
Frank and Caleb lost the match they
went down to a glorious defeat for
they never gave up at any time dur
ing the morning, but fought all the
Both Bill arid Harry deserve a
great deal of credit for their game
ness. Although almost certain defeat
stared them in the face, they re
fused to concede It and by their
fighting tactics were able to turn
the tide and come out on the long
end of the score.
Charley Br.enham acted as referee
while Glaisyer, Rankin, Scribner and
Hopper acted ns linesmen. Quite a
large crowd of fans were on hand
to witness the match.
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