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THE OATJDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AI'OTTST 8. 1022.
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Makees Nose Out lihue
In Last Half of Ninth,
After a Great Battle
TEVES REPLACES CUMMINGS
WHEN JONAH GETS .
KAUAI BASEBALL LEAGUE
STAXIUM" OF CUT.S
Makoe 7 Lihun C.
McHrydo 0 Koloa 0.
I'laying on their homo RroumlH,
Mukoe took Lihue into cnnii) hy the
score of 7 to G in n c-losd battlo,
not very well played, Imt certainly
fxciliiiK in more ways tlian one.
Lihue, with Chariot) Korn at the
holm and with the. veteran monibors
of this team hack in the fold, were
forced to play an uphill game after
the; first and nearly succeeded in
throwing the chumps for u fall, but
just foil short of the necessary run.
The game was slopped for about
15 minutes in the last halt of the
i:iiiUi to urK.li a decision on Kodri
Kues by base umpire, Wong at
third, liodrigaes had leached first
and Morita sacrificed. Kurtado fum
bled the grounder and Morita was
safe. Uodiigues raced for third and
lydgate's throw apparently beat
him. Won,, called the runner safe,
but Lihuo objected strenuously, cit
ing section ii of Kulo 50 to prove
their contention that Umpire Wong
should have left the decision to i'n
oste, who was the umpire-in-chief.
Prioste and Woi:g, however, had
agreed before the start of the game
that the base umpire should make
all decisions' on second and first and
until the runner arrived at third.
Prioste therefore made no attempt
to give a decision when Hodrigues
slid into third, leaving it up to Wong
who called the play safe. When ask
Od by Lihue's manager what he
thought of the, decision, Prioste
said that he would have called the
runner out, but of course could not,
under the rules, reverse the decision
of his associate, unless it was con
trary to the rules. It was this op
inion of Prioste that caused the ar
gument, but as nothing could be
gained by delaying the game, the
decision had to stand. Reversing,
criticizing or interefering with any
decision of an associate, unless
based strictly on a point of rules,
is absolutely forbidden by the play
ing code, and Prioste was right in
standing by his decision to abide
by the decision of his associate, un
less tne latter asked him to give
his opinion, which opinion was not
Lihuo started out 'with Furtado
and Makee with ('iiinmiiiBS. The lat
ter was continually in hot water
and his wildness was responsible for
nearly all of the ruiis scored off
him. Four of his six passes resulted
in runs. Okudu scored one of Li
hue's runs after getting on thru a
wild heave by Vosbida, and Fugi
was the only Lihuo player who
scored for Lihue after getting a
hit. Toves relieved C'uinmings in
the seventh and hold Lihue to a
row of zeroes for the remainder
of the game. Furtado for Lihuo got
bettor as the game progressed, all
of the eight hits he allowed coming
in the first five innings.
Lihue was the first to dent the
rubber ils first run coming in the
second, itoko walked, stole second,
and advanced to third on a wild
pi g to second by C'uinmings, from
where he scored on Okuila's double
to right. Okudu was out at third.
however on u relay
llajime died Voshida
and Masaru fanned.
Xot to lie outdone, Makee came
right hack in the same inning and
tallii d thrice. Huong and l)oi wore
put away by lioke and Porreiru but
liurgess booted Hodrigues easy
grounder. Uodiigues stole, second olid
then -nnd, scoring on Merita's sirgle
followed with a single, but was out
There was nothing doing in the
fourth but Lihue crept up closer in
the fifth by scoring three times. Ma
saru walked and stole second, reach
ing third on a passed ball. Furtado
also walked, both runners scoring
on Fugi's single to center, on which
Dot made an unsuccessful attempt
to make n shoestring catch, the
ball going thru him, allowing Fugi
to reach third, liurgess walked and
stole H'-coiid., Porreiru died pitcher
to first, but Fugi scored on Lyd
gate's roller to Yoshiilu, and lleke
fliod to short.
Makoe added another in their half
of this inning. Ftigilai i fanned and
Yoshida (lied Furtado to Lydgate.
but Tsunohiro cracked a single thru
third and advanced on a passed
ball, scoring when King craoki d out
a long double to left field. Lihue
knotted up the count in the sixth.
Yoshida heaved Okudu's grounder
over Hodrigues, the runner going to
second and then stealing third. Ila
jiine walked and Masaru was safe
on Yoshida's wide throw to first,
which "pulled Hodrigues off the bag
filling the buses with none down.
Furtado hit a clean bingle to right
but Masaru was forced nt second,
Morita to Tsunohiro, thus robbing
Furtado of a hit. Okuda scored on
the play, Hajime going to third.
Fugi grounded to short forcing Fur
tado, but the runners did not ad
vance. Burgess singled after Fugi
had stolen second, Hajime scoring
the last run for Lihuo, as Perreira
died, Cummings to Hodrigues.
For the next two innings, nothing
happened that could bo termed in
teresting, and Lihue also could not
come within scoring distarco in the
ninth. In the last half of the ninth
however, Furtado wavered and pass
ed to Hodrigues, first batter up.
Morita laid down a perfect bunt along
the first base line and Furtado fum
bled the bail. Hodrigaes going to
third on the play which caused all
the argument. When play was re
sumed, Teves bunted out, liurgess
to Lydgate, but Furtado heaved a
low one to Fugitani, the ball bit
ting the plate and bouncing over
Porreira's head, the wild wild pitch
scoring Hodrigues from third with
the winning run.
The following is the box score:
Po. ub r h po a o
Fugi 3b 5 1 2 1 5 il
liurgess ss 2 0 1 1 :! l;
Perreira c 5 (I (I 7 2 u
Lydgate lb 4 0 Oil o u
Hoke cf 3 1 0 2 H 1
Okuda 2b 4 112 0 0
llajime If 3 1 0 0 0 0
Masaru rf 3 1 0 0 0 n
Furtado p 3 1 0 1 5 I
Total 32 i; 4 2r,15 I
"'One out when winning run scored.
Tilly Blanks Koloa,
Lets Them Down
With Three Bingles
CELLAR CHAMPS ARE HELPLESS
;ht center. Cummin;
seemed to have his batting eye fo
cusscd correctly on the ball lately
cracked Furtado's first pilch to him
for a terrific liner to left center,
enabling him to score the only
home run of his baseball career, Mor
ita coming in ahead of hint.
Two more for the Mukees in the
third, and u blank for Lihue, mak
ing it five to one. Yoshida singled
and advanced to second on a balk.
Furtado, after balking put on addi"
tional steam ami fanned King and
Tsunohiro, Mukees two heaviest but
ters, but it seemed that hi; expend
ed too much energy in the effort,
as Soong connected with a hot
drive just inside the left f ild foul
lino, the ball rolling under the line
of machines for a home run. Doi
MiT.ryde took the tailonders into
camp at Lloole. Tilly heaving great
ball for the Scots. For six innings
lie pitched no hit baseball and al
though ho was touched up for a hit
in the seventh and two in the
turned the Koloa team back
plate and held them score-
pitclud creditable ball for
with Tilly twirling such
brand he had little chance
The Scots went right after Miller
in the first, g. holing One run
elf 1 1 i in when wilh one away lnhimura
singled and went to second while
Spalding was going out Miller to
Jardim: and scored on Tilly's singe ol
They grabbed another in the sec
ond. X. Ohamu was safe on ,lnr
dine's error. He stole second and
went to third on Moura's single
and scored when Sally Watase
squeezed him home.
Three in the fourth was their to
tal. Ohamu. and Moura both sing
led and scored on Watase's homer.
They collected their last run in the
sixth Ohama was safe on Hush's
boot. Moura singled thru the pitch
er's box. and Ohama was out try
ing to go to third on the play.
Moura going to second. lie scored
when Hush booted Watase's groun
der. Koloa threatened in the ninth Mil
or beat out an infield hit to short.
Kondo singled over third and Miller
went to second. Hajime forced Kon
do at second, Miller going to third.
Hush fanned and Caesar ended the
agony by going out lshimura to
The following will show the re
sults of the game:
Po. nb r
T. Ohama c 4
h po a
0 7 3
0 3 2
Kondo cf 3
P.ush , ss
Cost a 3b
Cumniings p 3
Hits and runs by innings:
Lihue 0 1 0 0 3 2 0 0 0
Huso hits 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-
Makee 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 1
ltuse hits 1 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0
Kurned runs: Mukoe 4, Lihue
Loft on buses: Lihue 0; Makee
Kims batted in: by Okuda, Fugi 2,
Furtado, liurgess, Lydgate, Cummings
2, Soong 2, Morita, King. Home runs:
Cummings and Soong. 2-base hits:
King, Okuda. Sacrifice hits: Morla.
Stolon bases: Fugi 2, IUirgess 2.
Hoke 1, Okudu 1, Hajime 1, Masaru
1, Tsunohiro 1, Doi 1, Hodrigues 3,
Morita 1. Double plays: Soong to
Yoshida. liases on balls: off Cum
mings fi, Toves 1; oil' Furtado 2.
Struck out: by Cummings 2, Teves
3; by Furtado 7. Wild pitches: Fur
tado. Passed bulls: Soong 2. Time
of game: 2:15. empire: Prioste
and Wong. Scorer: Teraoka.
jjin: j;:;;!.' iLirc iunzL.
McBRYDE AND KILAUEA
TO MEET AT TENNIS
NEXT SUNDAY. MORNING
The Mcliryde Tenuis Club Is hold
ing an invitation tennis tourney
next Sunday morning having as
their guests Kilauea Tennis Club.
The tournament will consist of
four sots men's doubles, each club
being ropr sonted by four teams of
Afler the tourney, lunch will be
served at the McHrydo beach house
which will be followed by n swim.
ON LIHUE COURTS
The repair wolk on the Lihue ten
nis courts is rapidly Hearing com
pletion, the workmen are now re
pairing the surfacing of the courts.
Work on the backstops is completed.
The tournament will bo a handicap,
the handicap committee is' now bus
ily engaged "in arranging the differ
Tuxedo Halthis is holding out
for a tennis handicap equal to his
FOR WAILUA GOLF CLUB'S
The handicap committee of the
Wailua Golf Club has decided the
handicaps for the tournament next
Sunday morning. Dan Arcia, who
holds the course record, will play low
man with a handicap of nine strokes.
The tournament will start at 9
o'clock and the drawings for op
ponents will take place at the first
tee. The' entry fee will be 25 cents
and the golf balls will bo given to
the winner ns a prize.
Owing to the fact that there is
an invitation tournament nt the Mc
Hrydo tennis courts, there will be
another handicap tournament the
following Sunday to allow the mem
bers from the west side to take
part. The same rules will govurn
this tournament as well. Tho han
dicaps are as follows:
Caleb Hums 27
Miller 17. '
W. F. Horner
runs by innings:
1 1 it 3 0 1 o 0(i
2 10 3 110 1 !l
Koloa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Hase hits 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 23
Lift on buses: Mcliryde 2. Koloa
4. 2 base hit: Hush. 3-baso hit: N.
Ohama. Homo run, Watase. Sacrifice
hits: Kondo, Watase. Stolen bases:
X. Oliumn. Double play: Spalding to
Porieir.i. Struck out: by Tilly !i,
by Miller 5. Huso on bulls, off Tilly
1. Hit by pitcher: Hush. I inpires:
Ward and Carvalho. Scorer AKana.
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
Makee travels to Koloa next Sun
day and according to tho Makeo
fans, one more win can be added
to ihe Makee total. Koloa may have
a different idea of the matter, but
according to all the dope Makeo
should win. However tho only ones
who would mourn if Koloa should
slip o"o over are the Makeo fans.
Makawcli will take on Lihue on
the Lihuo diamond and it is hard
to figure who will capture this one.
Makuweli bunded Lihuo a drubbing
nt their last meeting as they had
one ol" their good days. The follow
ing Sunday they looked like a lot
of sandlotters against Makeo. It all
dop, nils so next next Sunday's
game depends on whether they are
having a good day or a bid day.
Lihue has boon nosed out in their
last two games and are now out for
blood. A couple of surprises are
LIHUE MAKEE NOTES
Tho best bit of Tieliting in the
game was done by Jimmy liurgess
in the ninth when he out
ligured tho Makoe players and
(lushed in and picked up Teves'
bunt and threw him out without
allowing Hodrigues to score.
P.oth of the home runs that-wore
scored by tin; Makees would have
boon no more than doubles in the
Lihue park us they both rolled
under the curs. Jonah's wus hit to
left center while Soong's was down
the loft field foul line.
Lihue's side of the argument in
tho ninth was that according to the
rules Wong could not call the play
at third. The rule very plainly cov
ers this cuse and it is hunt to see
how an umpire can make an agree
ment to get around it. It Prioste
had given the decision ho would not
have boon reversing Wong for the
simple reason that Wong had no
grounds to call the play.
If the umpires are going to make
any changes in the rules it is very
plain that tin y must consult with
the managers before doing so. Xo
such consultation was held, there
fore any agreement that they did
make would have no standing. Tho
rules plainly state that wilh a man
on first base and a fair hit ball that
the umpire in chief shall give the
decision at third base in case a
play comes up.
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