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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, September 26, 1922, Image 8',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1922
Makaweli Trims Koloa
In Pitchers Battle
WRAMP FINALLY WINS OUT
WHEN COSTA'S TEAM
Koloa and Makaweli played air
tight ball for eight Innings at Koloa
lust Sunday until Koloa'B defense
weakened behind Costa and allowed
the Redskins to score two runs lu
the eighth. Makaweli finally won out
the final score being 6 to 2.
Makaweli scored one run In the
first inning but after that until the
tighth Costa held them helpless,
not a man getting past second base
until the fatal eighth. The eighth
Inning started off well as there were
two men out and nobody on base.
Two errors and a hit then caused
all the trouble. Makaweli scored one
more In the ninth.
Koloa scored one run off Wramp
In the third and was unable to solve
his slants until the ninth when thoy
scored one more. Wramp was for
tunate to receive good support but
CoBta was handicapped by boots by
WILL START SOON
Now that Kauai high school has
started training for their Thanksgiv
ing day game with the Llhue team,
their opponents are beginning to take
and are planning to get out and
boot the ball around themselves.
The high school will be consider
ably strengthened by the addition of
Paul Rica and Montgomery as well
as having a year's experience In the
There are several new men out
tor the Llhue team, among them
Mort. Lydgatc, Albert Bush, Bill
Crawford and Norman King. Lydgate
and King played on the University
of Hawaii varsity, while Crawford
saw four years as end on the Po
mona college team. Bush played
prep, school football In Honolulu
Champs Tie Up Race
By Trimming Scots
JONAH HOLDS THEM SAFE
WHILE MAKEE PILES UP
McBryde has been able to put It
over all the other teams this year
tind also In former years, but when
ever they meet the Makees they
get cold feet or something worse.
They met the champs again for
the fourth time this year on Sunday
at Eleele and were again shoved on
to tho losing end by the score of
6 to 1.
The Scots never had much of a
a chance as they were completely
baffled by Cummings, who seemed
to have some sort of hoodoo on the
boys of Eleele. As Joe Gomes, the
genial proprietor of Hanapepe store
has often said, "Jonah must have
paid a visit to a kahuna whenever
he Is about to pitch against Mc
Bryde." Five hits were all that they
managed to secure off his delivery,
and except for Cavelra, who was
the only McBryde player to success
fully coax a pass, and was fortunate
to advance on a balk, no other play
er reached third base.
Ohama went the route for Mc
Bryde and was touched for twelve
hits, although his supporters erred
five times behind him. His wide
curves managed to fool six Makee
batters, one more than Cummings,
He managed to walk two and hit
one, to one pass and one hit batsman
for his opponent.
The game was featured by sever
al brilliant field plays. Dol picked
Tank Ohama's long drive to deep
left after a long run In the ninth
and also played on one of the teams
in the league in town. This Quartet
will strengthen the Llhue team and
the high school boys will be forced
to extend themselves it they hope
to wipe out their defeat of last
The high school will feel the loss
of Wedemeyer and the Nlshlmoto
brothers, this season.
and Spalding, leaping hgh in the
air, speared a drive from Soong in
the ninth. This defeat of the Scots
leaves both teams tied for the leader
ship of the second series, and un
less Llhue can down McBryde in
their next meeting, or Makaweli can
again put it over the Makees, a
play-off will be necessary to decide
the championship of the second ser
ies. If the Scots win the .play-off,
another series will be necessary to
decide the 1922 championship of
Tho winners started early, getting
a run in the first. Yoshida beat out
a tap to short with one down, ad
vanced to second on Caveira's wild
heave to first, and reached third
on a passed ball, from where he
scored when Tsunehiro singled to
left. Soong was soaked In the back.
King released a single out of his
system, but Tsunehiro was caught
between home and third.
Rodrlgues beat out another infield
hit to short in the third, advanced
to third on Yoshlda's sacrifice bunt
and scored when Tsunehiro loosen
ed a single to left. In the fourth
Hoi singled with one away and
Morita was safe on a fielder's choice.
Doi stole third. Lyons clouted a long
fly to left, Vp scoring after the
catch. The champs again tallied
twice in the fifth. Rodrlgues beat
out another slow roller to .short,
Caveira's deep playing accounting
for the many infield hits beaten
out, but was out stealing. Yoshida
singled to center. Tsunehiro singled
to right, scoring two unearned runs.
Their last run came in the eighth.
Soong walked, but was forced by
King, who stole second. Dol fanned
but Morita beat out a slow-roller to
third, King reaching third and scor
ing when Silva heaved wild to first.
Lyons singled, but Cummings fanned
McBryde scored their only run
in the third. Cavelra was passed. He
started for second and the runner
was trapped, but Umpire Marcalllno
ruled it a balk. Watase went '"out,
pitcher to first, Cavelra reaching
third. Silva hit a grounder that
bounded over Yoshlda's head, scor
ing Cavelra. The Scots made a game
try to score additional runs in the
ninth, and it looked for a time as
they would succeed. Spalding sing'
led with one down ard Gabriel fol
lowed suit. With Moura at bat, Ga
briel took a long lead off first with
the pitch. Soong's peg to Rodrlgues
failed to get Gabriel, but Spalding
headed for third while Rodrlgues
was making a futile attempt to tag
Gabriel. A perfect throw by Rodrl
gues to Yoshida however nipped
Spalding for the second out. Moura
ended McRryde'a chances with a
foul fly to Rodrlgues.
The following is the score:
Rodrlgues, lb. 6
Yoshida, 3b 3
Tsunehiro us. 6
Soong c. 3
King, If 4
Dol cf. 4
Morita rf. 4
Lyons 2b. 3
Cummings p. 6
Watase cf. 3
Silva 3b. 4
T. Ohama lb. 4
Spalding 2b. 4
Gabriel c. 4
Moura If. 4
N. Ohama p. 3
Tilley rf 0
Perrelra, rf. 3
Caveira ss. 2
h po a
2 12 1
2 2 2
6 12 27 14
5 27 18
0 0 106
1 0 2 012
0 0 0 01
0 0 0 2 5
and runs by innings:
3 0 2 1 3
0 0 10 0
Earned runs: Makee, 4; McBryde
1. Left on bases: Makee 7, McBryde
5. 2-base hits: Morita. Stolen bases:
King, Doi 2, Morita, Watase, Gabriel.
Sacrifice hits: Yoshida, Lyons. Base
on balls: off Cummings 1, off Ohama
Struck out: by Cummings 5, by
Ohama 6. Double plays: Spalding to
T. Ohama: Gabriel to T. Ohama.
Hit by pitcher: Soong, Watase. Pass
ed balls: Gabriel. Balk: Cummings.
Umpires: Marcalllno and Perrelra.
Time: 1:40. Scorer Teraoka.
KAUAI BASEBALL LEAGUE
Getting All There Is
Out of Ice
Due to the thinly built up character of our island commun
ties, and the wide areas which must be covered, ice is a
very costly necessity here.
To get the most refrigeration for your money, you should:
Keep ice in separate compartment in box, so that it will
not be struck by fresh and warm air each time the box is
Avoid too frequent opening of box and never allow it to
Have your box filled, if possible, by a single block of lec,
or packed in such a way that the area of ice exposed is as
small as possible.
Allow food to cool to atmosphere temperature before plac
ing in box.
Keep drain fresh and clear for water trap at top.
KEEP TOP OP BOX, NOT TOP OP ICE, COVERED WITH
PAPER. To preserve your box keep outside wiped dry.
Keep Inside wiped dry.
To preserve your health and temper
Keep some LIHUE SODA
cold and ready
For ' Ice or Soda Phone 444-L or 112-W.
Lihue Ice & Electric Power Co., Ltd.
STANDINGS OF CLUBS
W. L. Pet.
Make 6 2 714
McBryde 4 2 667
Koloa 3 4 428
Llhue 2 4 333
Makaweli 2 4 333
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