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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1922.
ROMANCE AND ADS
Makaweli Beats Lihue
Wramp Is Invincible
With Men on Bases
FURTADO REPLACED BY OKUDA
WHO HOLDS REDSKINS
l'iWhiHK great ball in the pinches
Wramp tuinuil liaeU the Lihue team
Kiimluy at Lihue by the score of
5 to 2. Lihm'H lapses in the field
were responsible for most of. Ma
kaweli's runs, poor mipport by his
team mates costing l-'urtado the
Lllnio was (ho first to score col
lect inn one run in the first. After
Kujl had fanned, .limniy Hui'Kess
singled and stole si cond, scoring
on Lydgate's hit to left.
Makaweli did not wait long to
jump into l lie lead. Yamase was safe
on Kurtado's error and went to
second on a passed ball. Nakashima
hit one to right center that l'ierra
just got his hands on but could not
hold and Yamase scored and Naka
shima went all the way to third. K.
Yamase struck tint but Uobello drop
ped the ball and while he was
throwing Yamase out Nakashima
Ill the third they collected one
more. Watase singled to left and
('una nt followed with a blow to the
same place that Uoke l'.t roll by
l.im for three bases. In the fourth
Ah Nee poped one up In the infield
and Fuji and llurgess got their sig
nals crossed and Ah Nee was safe.
Yamase singled and All Nee went
to third. The squeeze play was tried
and Ah Nee was trapped between
the bases but Uobello threw wild
to Fuji and he scored.
Conant hit to left to start the
fifth and Uoke again booted Conant
going all the way to second. M.
Yamase singled to left and Conant
Lihue collected one in the sixth
when Uoke walked and stole. Okuda
hit to Hamada who threw wild to
first and Uoke went on to third.
Hamada let the throw to trap Uoke
get away and he scored
LI II UK
27 13 5
batted for Kurtado in the
Po. ab r h po a
Hamada 3b 4 tl 0 3 0
Watase ss 4 1 2 2 0
Conant rf 4 13 10
M. Yamase lb 4 1 1 7 0
Ah Nee 2I 4 1
Nakashima c 4 1
K. Yamase If 4 0
Nallo cf 4 0
Wramp p 4 0
Unas and hits by innings:
Makaweli 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 05
Hits 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 010
Lihue 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2
Hits 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 07
K.arrcd runs: Makaweli 2,' Lihue 1.
3 base hits: Nakashima. Stolen bases:
Watase, llurgess 2, Uoke. llase on
balls: off Wramp 3. Struck out: by
Wr.unp S. Kurlado 5, Okuda 2.
Passed balls: Kohcllo. I'mpires:
ISalthis and Tatsu.
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
Crank up the old flivver and get
out to Kapna early next Sunday for
the battle of the century. Mdlryde
and Makee will li.ngle for a nine
round go and if the limp, is not
oble to give a decision al the end
of tlie ninth they will tangle for
a few more rourds until he Is able
to do so.
Loth learns are rl.iiniii;' that ex
tra rounds will not be tic ded for
they will bit so far a!l:nl that theii
opponents will have to t.iki a spy
glass to see Ih'Mu.
M. il.ee has ant been until,; s well
their last two fums, l.'l.ue almost
taking their measure I wo weeks ago
while the tailendiis lililig the Indi'ill
sign on :lu'iu List .-aiei.iy no niiiier
what the .-:ioii'lei p rs say. Tin-
champs will h::v to M"p lieiy if
they was t I . regain their lu-.t laur
els, for th Scut., i.re ?:l::n sluing
and are a liirl teal l to stop.
Tilly will no donb' win I; lor the
Siols an I i llh.iue-,!i he i;as yet to
Koloa Wins Again
From the Champions
By Ninth Inning Rally
COSTA PITCHES GREAT BALL;
BUT ALMOST LOSES BY
Something without parallel on Ka
,iai, and perhaps in the baseball
:'iistory of the Hawaiian Islands In
organized baseball, happened at Ko
ioa on Sunday when the tailenders
:net tl.e pacemakers, und as a result,
Koloa will get credit for a game
that was not actually finished, al
though it Is probable from the way
iliu Makees were playii:g, that Ko
.oa would have won anyway. The
fact remains, that the official scor
er of the Makees, including the Oar-
len Island's n presentative, went to
.deep nt the switch und did not
find out that the Makees had sev
.(ii runs instead of six when tiie
i nth opened. The Makees failed
;t score in their half of this inning
i.nd win n Koloa annexed a tally
with one down in their half, every
body left for home, thinking Koloa
nad won. The losers however, will
ant make nn effort to have the
:;une replayed from where the play
v.is called off, this being the only
lution of the mixup, but will ac
1 1 pt the defeat, which was wholly
due to the oversight of the scorers.
II. id Koloa been held scoreless in
.he ninth and scored their appar
ently winning run In the tenth,
here is no doubt that the Makees
would have 'been entitled to the
victory, us the score was actually
7 to 6 at the end of the ninth. At
i.ny rate, Koloa won Us second vic
tory of the season at the expense
of the champs and nobody is sorry
except Kawaihau rooters.
Costa for Koloa was in rare form
rnd although he was rather gener
ous with free meal tickets, his stin
giness in handing out safe bingles
in the pinches brought victory to
Koloa, thus enabling his team to
come out of the cellar for the first
time since the start of the season.
Costa struck out eight of Makee's
would-be batters and not one of
the seven runs scored off him were
Lefty Morita, Makee's second string
pitcher was started but was yank
ed in the fourth in favor, of Teves
us he was wild and uneffective. The
damage had been done however.
although Teves held Koloa to three
hits in the last six innings besides!
fanning out seven of them.
The Makees scored two runs in
the first Inning on two errors, Cos
ta anil lkeda doing the booting for
Koloa. In their half, Koloa also
scored a brace when Tsuin hiro and
Morita helped tlipin along. Koloa
went into the lead and scored the
only earned run of the day. Gabriel
walked but was forced by Manuel
Costa. Pasio flied out but Kondo
i oi necti d with a triple to right
center scoring Costa. The Makees
gathered two more in the third. I.
Morita beat out a slow roller to
third and Kugitani fanned a passed
ball, lkeda threw away Tsunehiro's
grounder and Yoshida scored. Bush
booted Soong's grounih r, and Tsune
In the fourth tl.e Makees scored
three runs, which the individual re
cords plainly showed, but the offi
cial scorer put only two on the sum
mary of totals, hence the undiscov
ered mistake. King, the first batter
up, was hit in the leg, stole second
and advanced to third when Ga
briel threw wild to second. Kum
Lin scratched a hit off Costa's shins,
King scoring. Uodrigues grounded to
defeat the chai'jps on their home
lot, he savs there Is a first time
for everything and next Sunday
might as well bo the time, lie show
ed a fhis i cf his old form at Koloa
two weeks eji.i when he held the
tailenders to tliiv-) scattered bingles
and no run
Cummings will be on f.e mound
for Makee jinl as he ' as !iad a
good rest aiuee tho day hj tried to
walk the Lihuo team to death he
should be in lilm to battle with the
Scots. Maiiie will havi t come out
of their ini'i'i-; blump if the hope
to lake the meis'ire of the leaders.
The olle" ,:uv! will be Koloa vs.
Makaweli at M.ikuwcll and Kola is
nut after the Uedskins' scalps. They
are bound to come out of the cellar
fur the second series and don't care
. !io knows it. Makaweli has a
rai "lit score and are out to improve it.
Wramp and Costa will no doubt
oppose each olln r on the mound
and if both ure right It should be
WAILUA GOLF CLUB'S
Earl Longstreth won the Wailua
Golf Club's first handicap tourna
ment last Sunday with a net of 75.
He turned in a gross of 95 making
a 48 and a 47 on his two rounds.
lr. Hagood and Kitty Kuhlman tied
for second with a net of 78, while
K. C. Hopper and Dan Arcia tied
fur fourth with an 80 each.
Dan Arcia turned in the best actu
al score an Sil, while Longstreth was
second with a !)!, Spalding third
with a OC and Hopper fourth with
Some weird nnd wonderful golf
was played by many members and
it is hoped that most of it will bo
out of tt.eir system before the sec
ond tournament which will be held
The same rules will govarn the
second handicap which will start
ut it a.m. Any changes, in handicaps
will be announced at that time.
third and when Costa threw wild to
first, Kum Lin scored the second
run, after having stolen second. Uod
rigues went to second on the play
and to third on a passed ball. M.
Morita grounded to lkeda at second
and the hitter's error scored Uodri
gues with the run that did not get
into the records. Morita went to sec
ond on a passed ball and was out
stealing third after I. Morita had
fanned. Fugitani was hit by the
pitcher, but Yoshida grounded out
pitcher to first..
Koloa made three in the fourth,
tying the count according to Makee's
Bcorer. Gabriel was hit and Costa
walked. Pasio singled, filling the
sacks. Teves replaced Morita on the
mound at this stage and the next
two plays results In force-outs at
the plate. Yoshida then booted P.ush'8
grounder and two runs scored. Cue
sar hit a hot one to King which
also was dropped, lkeda scoring Ko-
loa's third run. Koloa's other run
came in the ninth, Kum Lin's wild
peg to third after Kondo had reach
ed there as the result of singles by
himself and Hush and lkeda's sac
rifice, causing the damage.
Po. a b r h po a
Fugitani cf 3 1 0 0 0
Yoshida 3b 3 1 1 2 5
Tsunehiro ss 4 2 0 3 1
Soong c 5 0 1 10 3
King If 3 1 0 0 0
Kum Lin 2b 4 1 1 2 2
Uodrigues lb 4 0 0 8 0
M. Morita rf 2 0 0 0 0
Teves p 2 0 0 0 2
I. Morita p 2 0 1 0 2
Totals 32 6 4 25 15
Kondo If 4
lkeda ...' 2b 4
Hush ss 4
Caesar cf 4
Mar. Cost 3b 4
Jardine lb 4
Gnbriel c 1
h po a
2 0 0
Man. Costa p 3 1 0 1 7 0
Pasio rf 4 1 1 0 0 0
Totals 32 7 7 27 21 11
Tits and runs by innings:
Makee 20220000 0....C
llase hits 00111000 14
Koloa 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 17
nase hits 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 27
Left on bases: Makee 7, Koloa C
3base hits: Kondo. 2-base hits:
Soong. Sacrifice hits: Yoshida, lkeda.
Stolen bases: Yoshida, Tsunehiro 2,
King, Kum Lin, Morita, Kondo, Ga
briel. Double plays: Morita to Soong
to Yoshida to Kum Lin; Kum Lin
to Tsunehiro to Uodrigues. Hit by
pitcher: M. Morita, King, Gabriel,
liases on balls: off Costa 5; off Mor
ita 4; off Teves 1. Struck out: by
Costa 8; by Teves 7. Passed balls:
Gabriel 3. Umpires Lee und Ishl
mura. Time of game 2:20. Scorer:
LIHUE MAKAWELI NOTES
Jimmy Hurgess became a proud
daddy of a baby girl last week and
celebrated the event by collecting
three hits for himself against
Wramp. He also played a great
game in the field as well.
K. Yamase robbed Uoke of u hit
the early part of the gume when he
reached over the foul lino and gath
ered in his line curve. He ulso pull
ed down a long drive by Uobello
later lu the same game.
Uoku looked bad on ground balls
last Sunday, letting two roll by
him with men on bases.
Masaru was robbed of a hit by
The average magazine story starts
off with a half dozen paragraphs
draped around an Illustration, and
then jumps like the brown fox
Into the advertising section, where
It trickles along between canned
milk and floor wax.
Dozing over a short story the
other evening, while it cavorted de
viously thru the advertising pages
we arrived at the following bizzare
The path wound In and out thru
the meadow, not far distant j
from contented cows. On a fence
rail a bobwhite perched and sang
your druggist carries It.
The summer day was Ideal
for sprains and stiff joints; the rays
of tl.e descending sun bathed the
landscape fresh every hour.
Half way down the path they came
to a shady nook recommend
ed by a generation of users.
She was conscious of his manly
form built of white pine, and
reinforced ot the corners. Her com
panion was ,she thought to herself,
a veritable prince one of the
fifty-seven varieties. As for him,
he could not take his adoring eyes
oft of her the world's most
perfect talking machine.
He felt an Irrestible Impulse to
tell her hoy much he loved her
combining the purest ingredi
ents. He longed to pour out his
passion and sweeten with
Domino. He stroked her hair
so differently from ordinary macaroni
while she nestled close to his side
ready to refuse substitutes.
"Dearest," he murmured at last
looking like new. "Dearest,
this is the moment I have longed
for because of Its pleasing
She did not answer at once. Her
thoughts seemed far away at
the nearest grocery.
He took her hand in his, and
held her close allowing the
skin to breathe.
"Will you be mine?" he question
ed in a tone recommended by
boards of health everywhere. ?
"You want me for your wife?"
she asked, her voice low and
"Yes." he nodded, swallowing hard
beneath his collar, which
hasn't scratched yet.
"Then before I accept," she went
on, "don't you think you'd better
ask the man who owns one?"
"If you mean your father," the
young answered, "I'm sure he'll give
his consent. Just you name the day
and I'll keep contents hot
for 24 hours."
He folded her in his arms, and
his kisses were supplied dir
ect from the factory.
"Sweetheart, say you'll be mine,"
"Very well, dear," she whispered.
I'll try it for thirty days."
Whereupon he kissed her again
and again showing many dif
ferent styles and patterns. Lisle
Hell in New York American.
the ump in the ninth. He hit a
slow roller over second and beat
Watase's throw but the ump ruled
otherwise. Masaru is beginning to
pound the apple as he gathered a
nice hit to right off Wramp earlier
in the game.
Wramp pulled out of a bad hole
when with two down he let Lihue
fill the bases but he forced Lydgate
to knock an easy one to him to re
tire the side.
Uobello pulled a nice play when
Makaweli tried to sacrifice in the
sixth. John fielded the bunt and
threw the runner out at second by
many feet. He certainly gets the
ball down to second in. great style
Conant had a great day at the bat
gathering three hits for himself.
He certainly worries the pitchers
when he comes to bat.
Watase grubbed off two hits and
played great ball In the field. Me
Hryde would have been sorry they
let him go if they had seen the
class of bull he played yesterday.
The Bank of Hawaii Ltd.
9 A. M. TO 3 P. M.
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Lydick in no limner sissoriateil willi me in (lie
proiluel inn nf business for (lie Mulual Life In
stifitnci' fit., of New York, or in any other
II. I!. Cil.WIIAM.
What Water Does
Not too much or too little but
just the right quantity of water
ought to be kept in your battery
all the time.
The water does two things: it
keeps the battery solution over
the tops of the plates so that the
whole plate surface is used; and it
gives proper strength of solution.
Don't hesitate to ask us for
water service even if yours isn't
a Willard Battery. The Willard
Standards of Service are the same
for every make.
I What Do
About Butter? i
Everyone knows it is iiiaili' liy rliiirnin;;
mini, hut not everyone knows the quality 4.
of tlie cream, I In; cleanliness of ilie rlitirn nnr
the suiToumliiiir conditions umler which nil
liuller is niaile. These things you lo know
for it is niaile umler strict eomlilions for
the lies! export traile. You can eat all the
Maile It 11 1 1 ! you wish because it is clean,
pure and fresh. Specify Maile the next lime
you onler butter from your grocer.
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