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TItE GARDEN" ISLAND. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER B. 1!)
GOLF
TENNIS
-SPORTS -
SMALL TURNOUT FOR GOLF;
LONGSTRETH BREAKS RECORD
INTER ISLAND SERIES
THIS MONTH, HONOLULU
Champs Defeat Lihue
By Six to Three Score
LIHUE BOOTS GAMES AWAY
AFTER TYING THE
SCORE
Starting the last round of the 1U22
season, Mime was again beaten by
the Makees at l,lliue, this time by
the score of G to 3, making it four
straight defeats for Lihue by the
Makees this season.
The game was featured by the
tagged playing of the losers and
also by an excessive amount ol
crabbing over decisions, t'mpire in
chief, Walter Saimorn, considered
by many followers of baseball on Ka
uai to be the best umpire available
on Kauai, also did something unpre
cedented In local baseball history,
when he reversed Wong's decision
on first in the eighth, calling l'er
reira safe after Wong, umpiring on
bases, had called him out on a close
play on u throw from Kum Lin on
a grounder. The rules are very em
phatic on this point, and Sanborn
overstepped his authority in re
versing Wong on Lihue's appeal.
Rule 03, covering this play, is iu
part ns follows: "There shall be no
appeal from a decision of either um
pire on the ground that he was not
correct In his conclusion as to wheth
er a base runner was safe or out,
etc., or any other play involving
accuracy of Judgment, except that
ho be convinced that it is In viola
tion of these rules. Under no circum
stances, shall either umpire criti
cize or interfere with a decision un
less asked to do so by his associate."
Umpire Wong stated after the
game that he called the play, which
was close, just as he saw it, exact
ly in the same manner in which he
called Masaru safe in the second
inning when Soong's throw to Tsune
hiro caught Masaru more than two
feet off the bag. but he had to suf
fer the humiliation of being revers
ed, a direct violation of the baseball
rules. The umpiring system in the
Kauai league, bad enough as it is,
with no arlbiter able to maintain
discipline, will not be benefitted by
such decisions as were made in this
game.
Coming hack to the story of the
game. Llhue played a loose game
1 in the field, although they secured
ten bite, two more than the win
ners. Okuda, who usually can be
relit d upon to bold the Makees,
was not effective and allowed hits
in critical .moments.
Itight off the reel, the Makees
started to break the old hoodoo.
Kodrigues singled to left and Yo
shida poked a hit between second
and first, advancing to second when
the ball went to right field with
nobody to cover. Tsunehiro ground
ed out, Okuda to Lydgato. Soong
grounded out to first unassisted, but
Rodrigues scored, Yoshida advanc
ing to third, from where he tallied
on King's single to center. Kin;
stole second and advanced to third
when Robello threw wild. Doi scor
ed King with another single to cen
ter, but Kum Lin popped out to
Lydgate.
Four errors in the fifth gave them
two , runs. Tsunehiro was safe when
Uurges. erred on his grounder with
one down, stole second and reached
third on Robello's strong peg to
second. Soong grounded out second
to first, scoring Tsunehiro. Okuda
cracked King with a fast shoot. King
stole to second and went all the
way home, aided by a wild throw
by Robello and Fugi's failure to
stop Perreira's throw from center.
Makee's other run came in the
sixth. Cummings was hit on the
dome by Okuda and advanced on
Rodrigues' sacrifice. Yoshida bilted
a single to center, scoring Cummings.
Lihue also started after Cum
mings in the first inning. After Fu
gi had grounded out Tsunehiro to
Rodrigues, three singles in succes
sion by l'erreira, Hurgess and Roke
filled the bases. Lydgate hit anoth
er single to left scoring Perreira
and Iiurgess. Lydgate was caught
stealing second with Roke on third,
and Robello fanned, ending the ral
ly. Burgess accounted for Lihue's
third run when he drove a liner to
left center in the third for a home
run.
The score:
MAKEE
ab r h po a e
Rodrigues. lb 3 1 1 10 0 0
Yoshida, 31) 4 1 2 0 2 0
Tsunehiro, ss 5 1 0 5 G 0
Soong. c ,r, 0 0 4 2 0
King, If 3 2 1 0 0 0
Lyons, cf 2 0 110 1
Iloi, cf 2 0 1 0 0 0
Kum Lin, 2b 4 0 1110
Scots Trim Koloa
In a Slugging Bee
BOTH COSTA AND OH AM A
ARE NICKED FOR
HITS
Kola and Mcliryde staged a slug
ging bee at Koloa iu which the
Scots came off victorious by the
score of 12 to H. IJoth Ohama and
e'ostu were hit hard, the Scots gatL
ering ten blows while the KoloITu
team gathered thirteen off Ohama.
ihree home runs marked the after
noon's sport. Tank Oliama and 1'ier
ra collected for Mcbrydc, wtiile Ga
oriel of Koloa graboed off in the
ninth witii two men on.
Koloa madu a game bid for the
game iu the ninth but just us they
did on the previous Sunday against
tl.ey fell short of the necessary
runs to win. Caesar was the hitting
star for Koloa, collecting three hits
while Silva of Mcliryde also grab
oed off three hits.
Kondo's catch of Spalding's drive
to left center and Watase's catch
of Costa's liner were the fielding
features of the game. Hoth teams
were weak in the field, 15 errors
being the total of the afternoon.
The score:
McHKYDJi
ab r h po a e
Watase, cf 2 2 12 10
Ohama. lb 4 119 0 0
Spalding, 2b 5115 2 1
Silva, 3b 5 2 3 3 1 0
Gabriel, c 5 0 1 6 0 2
Moura. If 4 0 0 1 0 1
Ohama, p 4 2 1 0 5 3
I'ierra, rf 4 3 1 0 0 0
Carvarro, ss 5 1115 1
Tilly, It 1 0 0 0 0 0
Ttotals 39 12 10 27 14 8
KOLOA
Kondo, If G 1 1 1 0 1
Ikeda, ss 5 10 3 11
Xeal, rf-ct 5 2 2 0 0 0
Caesar, cf-c 5 0 3 3 1 0
Marion, 3b 4 2 2 2 3 2
Raymond, lb 4 0 0 5 0 1
Bacho 2b 5 2 1 5 2 1
Gabriel, c-rf 3 117 2 0
Costa, p 5 0 3 1 3 1
Totals 42 9 13 27 12 7
Hits and runs by innings:
12345G789
McBryde 22100421 012
Hits 1 - 2 0 1 3 1 0 010
Kolou 01003001 44
Hits 01104012 413
SUMMARY
Left on bases: McBryde G, Koloa
9. Home runs: T. Ohama, I'ierra,
Gabriel. Struck out: by Ohamu- 4, by
Costa 8. Base on bulls: off Ohama
2, off Costa G. Wild pitch: Costa.
Passed balls: J. Gabriel, G. Gabriel.
Double play: Bosco unassisted,
Spalding to Ohama to Carverra.
Umpires: Marcallino and Silva. Scor
er: Akana.
Owing to the threatening weather
there was a small turn out at the
Wallua links Sunday so that the
handicap tournament was called off
for the day. Several good scores
were made, as well as several poor
ones. Kali Longstreth broke the re
cord formerly held by James Spald
ing and Dan Arcia for nine holes,
turning an even forty for his first
round. He fell down on his second
round so Spalding's 82 is still the
record for 18 holes.
A regular handicap tournament
will be held next Sunday under the
sanies rules as has formerly govern
ed the tournles.
Morita, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0
Cummings, p 3 1 0 0 6 0
Totals 34 G 8 27 17 2
L1IIUE
ab r h po a e
Fugi, 3b 4 0 1 0 2 1
Perreira. cf 4 12 10 0
Burgess, ss 4 2 2 2 1 1
Roke, If 4 0 1 0 0 0
Lydgate. lb 4 0 1 15 2 1
Robello, c 4 0 0 5 1 3
Masaru, rf 4 0 110 0
Sumida, 2b 3 0 2 3 4 1
Okuda, p 3 0 0 0 4 0
Totals 34 3 10 27 14 7
Hitsand runs by Innings:
12345G789
Makee 30002100 0 G
Hits 40011101 08
Lihue 20100000 03
Hits 4 11110 11 010
SUMMARY
Earned runs: Makee 4; Lihue 3.
Left on buses: Llhue 4, Makee 7.
Runs battenl in: by Soong 2, King,
Yoshida, Doi, Lydgate 2. Burgess 1.
Home runs: Burgess. 3-base hit:
Sumida. Balk: Okuda. Sacrifice hits:
Rodrigues 2, Yoshida. Stolen bases:
Tsunehiro, Roke, Masaru. Double
plays: Lydgate to Burgess; Tsune
hiro to Rodrigues. Hit by pitcher:
Cunimings. King, Morita. Struck out
by Cummings, 4; by Okuda G. Um
pires: Sanborn and Wong. Time of
game 1:52. Scorer: Teraoka.
ANNOUNCEMENT
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
Koloa tangles with the champs on
the Makee lot and the champs are
not going to take any chances with
the former cellar dwellers as they
have already dropped two out of
three to them.
If Costa can get right this Sunday
after having two off days and his
team gives him any kind of support
Koloa may again take the measure
of Makee. Kolou has a bunch of
sluggers who are capable of making
runs and if they can only tighten
up their defense and prevent their
opponents from scoring they would
be farther up In the race than they
are.
Lihue and Makaweli meet on the
west end diamond and the winner
of this game is hard to figure. Ma
kaweli seems to have a kahuna on
Lihue, as every time they meet Ma
kaweli plays the best ball of the
year against them, and then the
following Sunday will make ten or
twelve errors against another team.
Lihue has been slugging the ball
lately and the same applies to them
as to Koloa. If they can get out
of the habit of presenting runs to
their opponents they will win.
Plans are being made to hold the
annual inter inland tennis tourna
ment in Honolulu this month, with
players from Hawaii, and Maul rep
resenting the oulslde islands.
Now Is the opportunity for Kauai
to step into the tennis limelight by
sending a team to Honolulu to take!
part In the tournament. If it Is pos
sible a doubles team should be sent
and if this should entail too much
expense a singles representative
should at least be sent to represent
Kauai.
The matter rests with the Kauai
Tennis Association and It is up to
that body to see that Kauai Is rep
resented. LIHUE MAKEE NOTES
The big fuss at the Lihue-Makee
ball game in the eighth inning per
haps needs explanation to some of
the fans who did not understand
what it was all about.
It was agreed before the game by
the Lihue and Makee managers that
in case Wong should umpire, which
Lihue was not enthusiastic about,
that if any of his decisions were dis
puted by the Lihue team that he
should appeal to the umpire in chief,
Sanborn for confirmation. This is
exactly what happened and Mr. San
born immediately reversed Wong's
decision when appealed to by Wong
according to the agreement.
As far as Wong missing one on
Masaru at second, it has been no
ticed that he never misses them in
the pinches and to a lot of fans it
looked as if Tsunehiro has not tag
ged Masaru yet.
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