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Lihue vs. K. A. C.
The K. A. C's. looking natty i n
their new uniforms, cleaned up the
I,ilme's last Sunday to the tune of
9 to 7. Rain in the morning and
during the game accounted for the
score being large.
It was a poor game on both
sides being characterized by many
brilliant errors. Lihue was hand
icapped by the loss of Maliua in
he second inning from a spiked
The K. A. C's. have greatly
improved on last years form and
reflect credit on their captain and
2nd. baseman Wm. Meheula.
Their batting also was better,
Henry Waiau pitched a headv
game for Lihue. Auakaleto at 2nd.
and Makanani at short played a
The only thing needed by the
Lihue boys is a bit more practice
and they will come into their own.
The line up was as follows:
Puaoi, rf; Dulai, cf; Wm. Ellis,
c; J, Maliim. i b; Anokaleto, 2 b;
Wm. Makanani, ss; Kamau 3 b;
Hopper, If; II. Waiau, p.
K. A. C.
Nagahisa, rf; J. Bettcncourt, 1 b;
InVi Roares, 3b: L. Rose, ss, L.
Al-inu'da, p; Jack Gomes, cf; J.
T.vi. i i 2b; John Aruda, If.
Kilauea vs. Makaweli
Tin- Kilaueas again showed su
P ri"ity over the Island's cham
pion last Sunday when they de
feated the Makawelis in an almost
errorless game on the Makaweli
diamond. Altho the sky w a s
clouded and considerable rain fell,
the Kilauea team played better
ball than they did at any stage of
the game last season.
1st Inning: The Kilaueas open
ed the game with Billy Kerr, who
singled and made third on error.
John Akana struck out. Sanborn
flew to center field where he died.
Kerr scored, Wood fanned 1 run.
Makaweli. 1st. inning. Zerbe
walked, and made second on error
by pitcher, Keola flew to second
where he got his death blow.
Zerbe made . 3rd on second wild
throw by pitcher Wood who sent
the ball wild t o 2nd. Johnson
fanned, Akiua singled and Zerbe
came romping over the home plate.
Akiua stole 2nd. on passed ball.
Eddie Ilouan fanned, ending the
first inning with a tie score. One
Kilauea. Joe Pacheco fanned,
Gabrial flew to center, Geo. Akana
was out trying to make first, no
one being able to make first before
being shut out. No run.
Makaweli. Eddie Ilouan fanned
Joe Fassoth singled but was killed
in an attempt to steal 2nd. Martin
Fassoth made first on error, and
gained 2nd. o u a wild throw.
Kane fanned. No run.
. 3rd. inning.
Kilauea. Frank Pacheco sin
gled, and stole 2nd. Florencio
fanned, Rill Kerr singled to 1st
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made 2nd. on error but John Aka
na's fly into the mit of the 3rd.
baseman ended their chances for
scoring in the third. No run.
Makaweli. Zerbesingled, Keola
fanned and a double play on John
son's batting, ended the last half
of this inning in short order. No
Kilauea. J. Akana singled and
stole 2nd. Sanborn went out on a
fly to third. Wood Singled and
Akana made 3rd. and Wood ad
vanced to 2nd. Joe Pacheco gave
the first exhibition of real ball,
however, when at this junction he
knocked a home bagger, which
brought Akana and Wood over
the plate also, tallying up 3 runs
in a bunch. Gabrial went out on
first, Geo. Akana made a 2 bagger
while Frank Pacheco singled, al
lowing Akana to acore. Here the
Makaweli team changed pitchers.
Zerbe, one of the new importation
was replaced by Ilouan, one of the
cleverest little pitchers' on Kauai.
Florencio singled, on error and
Pacheco captured another score for
the Kilaueas. Hill Kerr struck
out. Five runs.
Makaweli. Akina was put on
the green from short to 1st. Ed
die Honau aiid Joe Fassoth fanned
Kilauea. J. Akana met death
through a fly to 3rd. Sanborn
being laid on the shelf by a fly to
catchers mit, while Wood fanned.
This inning could have been play
en by legless members as a batter
was not allowed to move from the
box. Honan's pitching was prov
ing its worth. No run.
Makaweli. Uy way of retalia
tion, the Kilaueas did Fassoth up
from pitcher to 1st. Kane went out
by right field while Fernandez bit
the dust from a pretty play from
3rd. to 1st. No run.
Kilauea. 6th inning. Joe Pa
checo dissappeared from the scene
of action in a fly to right, Gabrial
and Geo. Akana joining him in
rapid succession. The Kilaueas
were unable to find Ilouan and,
while the home team was being
held down by the visitors itseem
cd apparent that the Makawelis
were determined to permit no
"landslide.'' No run.
TUESDAY, KAY 14, 1912
Makaweli. Keola fanned, John
sou walked, Akina fanned and
Johnson was laid up in an attempt
to steal 2nd. No run.
Kilauea. Frank Pachecco fann
ed. Florencio did likewise. Bill
Kerr singled and wound up by
scoring on catchers error. J. Aka
na walked and stole 2nd. Sanborn
singled, Akana scored, Wood out
to 1st. Two runs.
Makaweli. J. Honan out to
center, Eddie Honan out in at
tempt to reach plate on hone ban
ger. Joe Fassoth fanned. No run.
Kilauea. 8th inning. Joe Pa
checo singled, but was put to sleep
trying to steal 2nd. Gabriel sin
gled. Geo, Akana fanned, F. Pa
checo singled, Gabrial scored. F.
Pacheco stole 2nd. Florencio walk
ed, Pacheco making another steal
to 3rd. Florencio stole 2nd. but
Bill Kerr fanned, ending the first
half of the inning with two bases
filled. One score.
Makaweli. Fassoth fanned,
Kane safe on error Zerbe forced
Kane to 2nd. which ended in a
double play. No run.
Kilauea. 9th inning. J. Aka
na fanned, Sanborn made n home
run, Wood went out 3rd. to 1st.
Joe Pacheco singled, Gabrial sin
gled and Pacheco succedded in
stealing 3rd. where he was pickled
when Geo. Akana went out to first.
Makaweli. Johnson flew to left.
Akina died at the catcher's hands.
J. Ilon'an made a single which was
most cruelly nabbed in an attempt
to sneak up to the next base. No
The Makaweli team lackedteain
work. It is generally conceeded
that had they played Honan in the
first place, results would have been
different. However, the visiting
team captured about the same num
ber of runs from Honan as from
Zerbe, vet they were not all in a
bunch. Honau is certainly a classy
pitcher and the support given him
by catcher Fassoth makes a team
that will be difficult to defeat. If
the Makaweli team will but sup
port its battery as it deserves,
there is little need of recording
many such defeats as that of last
Suiinay, The way the Kilaueas
unded Zerbe's twirlers was a
surprise to the fans who viewed the
cjiange with approval.
It would be difficult to fi n d a
more hilarious bunch of individuals
than the Kilaueas as the result of
the defeat of last years champions.
The Kilaueas are stronger this year
and their pretty team work Sun
day was the source of much ad
miration. Wood made two wild
throws while two errors were re
corded against third baseman
Pacheco. Save these, the Kilaueas
played an almost errorless game.
Wood, after a couple of wild throws
settled d o w n t o his old-time
steadiness and showed that he knew
his business from A. to Z. San
born is in the pitcher's box this
season, and the number of outs on
stealing to second, tells about all
there is to know. He throws ac
curately and never failed to get the
ball in time. The Kilauea battery
is one of the strongest in the field,
and should it continue to receive
the quality of support given it last
Sunday, will give the tortner
champions a run for the cup. First
baseman Florencio deserves special
mention for the manner in which
he help the position, while Gabriel
came in for much praise for his
prowess in capturing flies. The
game was witnessed b y a large
crowd of interesting fans there be
ing no less than twenty aulos lined
up outside the line. From the
honk-honks, high class rooters
seemed pretty evenly divided.
General good feeling existed
throughout the game the game and
while the drubbing was unexpected
the Makaweli boys showed they
possessed the sporting spirit by
being game losers When these
two teams again meet there is sure
to be an exhibition os ball of the
first water. Dick Oliver umpired
the game, doing so to entire satis
faction of every one.
Zerbe p. & rf, Keola ef, John
son 2nd, Akina 3rd, J. Honan 3 it
p., lid. Honau ss., Joe Fassoth c,
Martin Fassoth If., Kane If., Fer
Bill Kerr ss, J, Akana If, San
born c, Wood p, Joe Pacheco 2nd,
Gabriel rf, Geo. Akana cf, T .
Pacheco 3b Florence lb.
McBryde vs. Koloa
The McBrydes put it all over the
Koloas hitting the ball hard and
often. Thii visitors were in fine
batting form and did not spare the
local pitchers whenever they sent
the ball over the plate. The score
of 27 to 4 bespeaks a decidedly one
sided game, as well as indicates
that it was out of season for the
Koloas. T h e high score piled
against the Koloas was not entirely
due to errors as some may think.
It was simply the home team's off
day. However, the visiting team
did most excellent team work
and gave evidence of team work
which will go far towards estab
lishing its rights to a look-in on
tlie nrst prize. The Koloa-Mcr
Bryde game was full of excitinut X
An old lady was inspecting the
zoo and, going up to the keeper,
"I want to ask you which of the
animals in the zoo you consider
the most remarkable."
() "Well, Mum," he replied ;
"arter careful consideration, a s
you might say, I've come to the
conclusion as the biscuit goes to
the laughing hyena."
"Indeed!" said the old lady, in
surprise. "And why?"
"Well, Mum," answered the
zoological expert, "he only has a
bleep once a week, he only has a
meal once a month, a;id he only
has a drink once a year. So what
he's got to laugh,aboutisabloouiiu'
mystery to me!"
"I hear that doctor Smith is
treating you?" asked his friend.
"Yes," said Dobson.
"What is he doing to you?"
"Well," said Dobson, "wc chat
together, he writes prescriptions
fur me, I tear 'em up, and I get
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