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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOllEli ii, 1022.
LIHUE TENNIS CLU13
TO HOLO TOURNAMENT
by the Lihue Gang
BACKED BY FINE SUPPORT,
OKUDA HANDS KOLOA TEAM
Lihtio handed out their first white
wash of thy season to Koloa last
Sunday on the l.ihue diamond heat
ing them by the score of ten to
For a time it appeared as if there
there was not going to be any hall
game for the Lihue team could only
muster about six men on the field
and Koloa was having ,the same
difficulty. Koloa finally gathered to
gether nino men, so Lihue put suits
on Joe and Frank Tashero. who are
eligible as far as playing is con
cerned but who hi. ve not taken
part ii; a ball game for quite a
while. Willie Hukano, ono of the
mascots was rushed to right field
until Tal another Lihue veteran
could be pressed into service.
Both Joe and Tai did a great
comeback each playing great hall
In the field and each gathering a
hit for himself. Frank also connect
ed for a two-bagger with tho bases
full In the fourth inning.
After Koloa had gone out ore,
two, three, in their half, Lihue op
ened fire for Costa in their half.
Fuji was safe on Apiongs error the
ball hitting the Koloa short stOD in
the chest and he decided to mas
sage his chest before retiring Fuji.
Hukano struck out, but Fuji moved
on to second on a passed ball while
he was doing so. Burgess walked.
Roke singled down the third baso
line and Fuji scored. Burgess be
ing held at second. Me and Roke
moved up on a passed ball. Frank
Tashero flew out to left but Joe
hit one to right and Burgess and
out trying to
Roke scored. Joe
stretch It Into a
the second when
up for Lihue in
he singled to cen-
Tne Liiiiie Iciut.s v tub Will hoK
an elimun.iioii doiiuk.4 loiirnainoiu
Di'gliilll. g on iliJi oua.. atleinooii.
iu. uiawaioi ur uu lira., ro.ind
are as toilons:
fcipuiUiiig and Baggott a. Wile und
ran! Une auu iayn.ttd vs. ihiii-
' dieton uiid Ssniiln.
Larlitic'lioube aa.l Suicknouse vs.
Jaiuieson and Cise.
Lam. and Kiikieiiard bye.
Scnnner and Olson bye.
Fern and bail his uye.
lioppor and Wood bye.
Lonjbtivtr. bad Crawford bye.
MnUi.iv.n n,n ii,., ,.,.,wi,u,. . ! a.:u uaviess w.u meet ana-
, , , dleton ana fciiuui on Tnursdav afmr-
ol .Milir.xde s hopes in li.e pcn;:ani i . . . ..
' i noon uud (.iariinghouse and Stuck-
ruie last ouiuiay when thep pinned j House vs. Jamie-sou and Case will
an eight 10 seven defeat on tho ' also be played on Thursday afier
tcots. this gives uie Scots three i n'lon- Spalding and Uaggolt will
losses against the (ahinps two de- i 111 et W" uluI Vu,ao on Friday
Lei.ls and unless tho Kedskins can
Makaweli Puts Crusher
on Scots Pennant Hopes
BOTH TEAMS 3UNCH HITS
AND MAKE THEM
pin a defeat on the champs nexi
Sunday or Lihue gisl its protested
game and wi;:s from them, then ii
is uu over out the huuti:g.
Both' teams staged rall.es in their
game Sunday, the Scots putting over
i.ve runs in one innning and the
Kedskins four. The Redskins' four
runs put them in front wnich is
what wins ball games. Both Ohani.i
ard Wrainp outside of their one bad
miiiiig heaved good ball.
uu r h po a e
Wutnse cf 5 0 2 1 0 D
oliva 3ij-ss. 5 112 3 3
1. Ohama lb 5 0 1 10 0 0
"Spalding h 4 1 0 2 0 1
Gabriel c 4 113 2 2
i i" if P 3 0 0 0 0 0
Jloura If 4 2 1 2 0 0
X. Ohama p-rf 3 1 0 0 3 0
Carverro ss-31) 4 114 7 1
Totals 37 7 7 24 15 7
ter. Plerra hit one on the nose to
center but Neal made a great catch.
Okuda singled to right and Masaru
went to second. Tai singled to right
and Okuda scored. Burgess walked,
but Roke fouled out to Suntos and
Frank Tashero fanned.
Tho fourth inning was the big
blowoff for Lihue. Okuda was safe
on second when Basio booted his
grounder. He- stole third. Fuji walk
ed and stole. Tai went out Costa
to Raymond and nobody moved up.
Burgess walked filling the bases.
Roke hit a slow one to Marion and
before ho could field the ball, Oku
da was over the plate and Roke
was safe at first. Frank Tashero
doubled to left renter and Fuji and
Burgess scored Roke pulling up at
third. Santos let one of Costa's
shots get away from him and the
ball rolled right in front of the
plate, but Santos could not find il
and while he was looking mound
Lihue's last run came in tne xth.
Fuji was again safe on Apiong's
boot. He went to second when Costa
tried to pick him off first and threw
wild. He moved on to third while
Tai was safe on C. Marlon's boot
and scored whi n Jimmy Burgess
drove a long fly to left.
Koloa l.ud a good opportunity to
break into the score column in the
Mxth. Kondo singled infield, hut
was out stealing. Basio fann ul. Cue
sar hit one to Burgess th.it took
a funny bounce and got credit for
a hit. Neal hit one to Tashero that
was too hot to handle. The double
steal was put up which put run
ners on second and third. Santos
hit one to right center that looked
good for a hit but .Masaru laft with
the crack of the bat and pulled it
down with a pretty catch. This
boy Masaru looks . like the best
fielder in the league and if he can
pick up in his hitting he will make
them all step next year to keep
him off the all-star club.
Kondo made some pretty catches
in loft for Koloa and in the third
he retin d Lihue unassisted with
three fly balls robbing Masaru of a
hit on one of them.
Haniada ss 3
Watase 3b 5
CVnant rf 5
M. Vamase lb 5
Ah Nee 2b 4
Nakashima c 4
K. Yamase If 3
Wramp p t 3
Naito cf 2
Hits and runs by
McBryde 0 10
Base hits 0 0 1
Makaweli 10 0
Base hits 10 0
5 0 0 0
4 0 0 0
0 3 0 4
0 2 0 5
0 x 8
0 x 8
The second round will corBist of
tho winner of Spalding und Bag
goa vs. Wile and Vance and the
winner of Rive and Bayless vs.
Midlleton and Smith. The winner of
Garlinghouse and Staekhouse vs.
Jamieson and Case will meet Lane
and Englehard. Scribner und Olsen
will meet Fern and Balihis on Fri
day afternoon while Hopper and
Wood will meet Longstreth and
The winters will meet in their
regular order in the si mi finals und
finals. Two out of three seta will
decide all matches. An entrance fee
of 50 cents will be charged.
AN ATHLETIC MEETING
A meeting will be held at the
court house at 7:30 o'clock Tues
day evening for the purpose of or
ganizing an island athletic club. All
persons interested in sports are in
vited to be present.
FAIRBANKS SPENT A MILLION
Douglas FairuarKs spent a mil
lion dollars 111 ,)i uuucing i he Three
Musketeers." uoug. has made the
nust la . ion picture i f his career
.or tiie lirst lime since iio hecani
a screen acior. Douglas Fair nan hi
spoilt a cold million doin.rd lit 01
uri 10 make, Tne 'three Musket
eers," winch has proven to be the
linn sensation of the picture world,
..nd winch us iiUapied by F.dwarU
Knoblock from Alexander Dumas
lanious novel, and directed by Fred
Never before in the history of
the motion picture industry was a
photoplay produced on so lavish a
i.caie us ti.is forthcoming Fairbanks
ofiering.- Nearly a hundred thousiual
uoilura was spi lit on costumes ulone
and more than half that amount was
expended in the building of the ex
terior sets, not counting the ship
und the pier which cost a small
fortune besides. "
The payroll of the stars and play
ers was more than three times as
heavy for this picture as it was
liny previous Fairbank's film, owing
10 tho fact that it was the aim of
tl.e star-producer to get the best
talent available, regardless of cost.
More women play with Doug, in
important roles in "Tho Three Mus
keteers" than ever before appeared
with him in any feature. Marguer
ite Do La .Votte, Mary MacLaren
aid Barbarbara La Marr, all stars
in their own right, who are among
the highest paid photoplayirs on
the screen, take the leading parts.
All told, there are one hundred
und sixteen persons in the cast not
counting the extras, and the week
ly payroll for "The Three Musket
1 crs" reached the staggering sum
of over $50,000 a week.
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Left on bases: McBryde G; Maka
weli 7. 2-base hits: K. Watase, Con
ant, Car.-erro. Struck out: by Ohama
2; by Tilly 1; by Wramp 5. Baso
011 balls: Ohama 1, Wrainp 1. Dou
ble play: Wrainp, Ah Nee, Yamase.
Sacrifice hits: Haniada, Naito 2.
Stolen bases: Silva, T. Ohama. Hit
by pitcher: N. Ohama, Tilly, Hani
ada, Wramp. Umpires: Marcalllno
al) r Ii po a e
Kondo If 4 0 1 4 0 0
Basio 2h 4 0 0 1 0 1
Caesar rf 4 0 1 2 2 0
Neal cf 4 0 2 2 0 0
Santos, c 4 0 1 C 0 0
Raymond lb 4 0 1 C 0 0
Marion 3b 4 0 110 1
Apiong ss 3 0 0 2 1 2
Costa p 3 0 1 0 6 0
Totals 34 0 7 24 9 4
ab r h po a e
4 3 1110
1 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 1 11 1 1
1 2 0 3 6 1
5 2 2 0 0 0
bit" 4 0 13 10
ss 4 0 1 2 5 0
4 113 0 0
4 0 14 10
4 2 2 0 1 0
35 10 10 27 16 2
runs by inodraddorad
runs by innings:
00000000 0 0
0 10 113 10 07
32040001 x 10
24022000 x 10
Left on bases: Koloa 7, Lihue 6.
Two base hits: F. Tashero, Ray-
monu. hacrilne hits: Burgess. Stol
en bases: Caesar, Neal, Fuji, Tai,
Okuda. Bases on bails: off Costa
4. Struck out: by Costa 4; by Oku
da 2. Passed balls: Santos 3. Um
pires: Sheldon and Mundosn. Scor
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