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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1922 ,
TIP TOP' THEATRE
Kauai Ties for Second Place
Ethel Clayton in "THE CRADLE"
In the Inter-Island Series
- SPORTS -
The Kauat team sprang a Bur
prise at the recent inter-lsland base
ball champloiiBhip when they threw
a scare into the Chinese team who
were the final winners in the first
game when the fought them even
for five Innings. The Chinese final
ly took advantage of Kauai's errors
in the field and stepped out ahead
the final score being 14 to 7.
In the second game they took the
measure of Maui by the score of
12 to 10. Kauai held the lead of
8 to 1 up to the seventh inning
when Maui came along and scored
eight runs, going into the lead. Ka
uai showed that they had the fight
ing . spirit by refusing to concede
the honors to the Valley Island, as
they found Bull for four hits and
four runs In their half. Costa, who
replaced Wramp in this disastrous
Inning, pitched great ball for the
remainder of the game.
Yoshida and Tsunehiro were the
hitting stars for Kauai, the former
collecting a homer, a triple and two
singles out of nine times at the bat
while the latter got two doubles and
two singles for his efforts.
Soong, who captained the nine,
certainly kept the boys up on their
toes, fighting all the way. He col
lected a homer in the second game
while his other hit, a single came
in the seventh, when the score was
tied and he sent two men across
with his bingle. This put Kauai in
the lead which position they . held.
Wramp really pitched good ball
and had the team given him a little
better support he would have had
no trouble going the whole route.
He had hard luck to have the team
blow up behind him just when he
needed their support the most.
Jonah twirled a great game but
nine errors behind him by his 'team
mates cost him any chance of a vic
tory. It was a hard game to lose
and it certainly was a heartbreaker
for the big blond Makee hurler.
The Lihue representatives on the
team gave a good account of them
selves, Jim Burgess playing a great
game in the field, but at the bat
he had little chance to distinguish
himself as the Chinese twirler In
sisted on passing him nearly every
time at the bat. Jim hurt his should
er and had to be taken from the
game. Fuji replaced him and show
ed that he is about ready for the
fast company by playing bang up
ball in both games. Fuji collected
one hit in the second game, and
against Luck Vee, he smacked two
to the outfield that backed the field
ers up against the fence. Manuel Pie
ra played great ball in the field, get
ting everything that came his way
as well as grabbing off two hits.
Bob Okuda showed that he was
a real utility man by playing first
base in great style. He grabbed off
a hit in the first game.
Although King had the misfortune
to drop a fly ball with two out and
the bases full in the first game, he
made up for his miscues in the sec
ond game by a couple of timely hits
as well as1 grabbing everything in
Tilley was another gardener and
he had a busy time in right and
managed to stop everything that
came his way without a bobble.
Although Tank Ohama did not get
into the game he was right on hand
for an emergency and was kept
busy warming up the pitchers when
the going got hot for Jonah and
Dot, Spalding and Roke.-were the
other bench warmers and it must
be said that they had the right
spirit and were working as hard as
they could to help the team bring
home the bacon.
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY1
Friday and Saturday
Charles Chaplin in
The big fight for first place comes
next Sunday at Eleele when Makee
and McBryde tangle on the Scots'
home lot. Tho Scots are out to wipe
out that 11 to 0 battle the last
time the two teams met and at the
same time they are out to cinch the
Makaweli and Koloa will meet in
the other game at Koloa.
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