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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEB. 20. 1912.
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Pleased With Meeting
Mr. Mooney, a recognized autho
rity among athletic sports on the
pacific coast, and at present repre
senting the Equitable Life Insur
ance Co., attended the meeting of
t h e Kauai Athletic Association
last Saturday evening and lias
submitted the following verv in
teresting communication indica
ting how our athletic association
appears to outsiders.
Editor Garden Lslald.
Kauai is certainly to be con
gratulated on the spirit ot unity
existing in the atheletic life of the
island, when she can bring together
such a fine body of men interested
in outdoor life, such as attended
the baseball meeting at the Fair-
view Saturday night. It was quite
inspiring to see the zeal, enthusiasm
and spirit exhibited by all present
for the success of the coining base
ball season. W i t h the present
healthy condition of the treasury
and with the confidence reposed by
all in the newly elected officers of
the Association, the coming season
will probably make history on the
island. However the game of base
ball needs more than the work of
the officers directing the game's
It must have the earnest co-ope
ration of the managers of the teams,
the captains of the teams and the
players ot the teams. The ultimate
and lasting success of the league!
will depend largely on the class of
ball played and it is up to the
players and team captains to see
that good solid practice is indulged
in, the men kept in good condition,
and the spirit of the sport kept up
with zeal and over-flowing interest.
The good conduct of the players
on the field is essential to the pop
ularity of the game and disputes
and squabbles should never be in
duldged in on the diamond. Rou
dyism of any sort if allowed to
grow will kill the game. Clean,
healthy and manly conduct
is the essence of national
sport today. The umpire ques
t i on is a field essential, and
the players must abide by the de
cisions of the indicator man, in
spirit as well as in fact. The urn-
pire must have the support of
fans" as well as the players and I
if this spirit is indulged in, the!
spectators will see a faster, better
and cleaner article of ball, and
after all, the officers of the associa
tion, the managers and the whole!
people at large must see that gam
bling or betting of any nature on
the games, be entirely eliminated.
It will become the sport's great
est curse and if tolerated even
passively will ring down the cur
tain on the grandest game known.
We officers all should take a firm
stand on this and hold to it fast.
Its the attendance that makes the
game. Let parti.anshap and rivalry
be intense, but never unjust. En
curage the youngster to play ball
and he will grow up better for it,
mentally morally and physically.
It is a beautiful commentary on
the national gain.- to sec tne best
citizens of inland gather together
from Waimea to Hanalei as on Sat
urday evening and by the keeping
up of that enthusiasm the ap
proaching season will be Kauai'
banner one. The island is very for
tunate to have the loyal support of
such an influental news dispenser
as The Garden Island for on the
publicity given to the games de
pend the condition of the treasury
at the end of the season.
D. E. Mooney.
We want everybody to subcribe for
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shows in a most practical way that you
I are interested in the affairs of the town
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know of a local item of interest.
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; II. A. Beedle is a Kauai visitor,
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i nesday last,
SOI IS OH
Annual meet Is Grand
That Kauai's enthusiasm in the
national sport is up to Hoyle was
indicated by the very successful
meeting of the Kauai Athletic As
sociation at the Hotel Fairview
last Saturday evening. Represen
tatives from the various districts
put in an appearance numbering
in all in the neighborhood of sixty.
Considering the fact that the as
sociation is but a year old, the inter
est which has been awakened in
athletics since its birth, is little
short of astonishing.
The first meeting of the associa
tion was held in the Y. M. C. A.
building and was attended by ten
or a dozen struggling enthusiasts,
whose efforts within one year's
time have been crowned with un
President Spalding called the
meeting to order, after which the
election of officers for the ensuing
year was taken up, resulting in
the re-election of President Spal
iug and Treasurer Guy Rankin
and the election of Dr. Glaisyer
as Secretary and Ben Baldwin as
Vice-President, li. B. Biidgewater
having resigned as secretary and
W. H. Rice, Jr. having relinquish
ed his title to vice-presidency .
The report of the treasurer
showed an expenditure of nearly
two thousand dollars during the
past season and a balance of five
hundred dollars on hand. This
places the association on a firm
foundation for the coming series
which will open on Sunday. Ma
A committee composed D. K.
Hayseldon, Arthur Rice and
Charlie Gray was named by the
chair to draw tin a suitable sche
dule, the satne to allow for four
teen games, to be played in a dou
ble series. Morgan, Bridge water
and Glaisyer composed another
committee which will see to amend
ing the present by-laws of the
The selection of umpires came
in for lengthy discussion and finally
resolved itself into a mold to fit
the arrangements carried out dur
ing the latter part of last 'season.
At the conclusion of the meeting
a vote of thanks was tendered The
Garden Island in recognition of
its efforts in behalf of the Kauai
The different leagues were repre
sent by the following members:
Mr. K. Mahlum, Mr. Crowell
and Mr. Cox.
Mr. Hayseldon, Mr. G. Rankin,
Mr. Thompson, Dr. Glaisyer, Clem
Mr. Mor.ie, Mr. Roendahl, Mr.
G. P. Wilcox, Win. Elliott, An
Arthur Rice, E. B. Bridgewater.
R. P. Spalding. Charlie Grey,
! In addition to the above, the fol
lowing members and guests W-re
j present: C. S. Dole, Mr. Behr,
'Harold Morgan, Caesar Jardin,
I Antone Perrv, Lee Austin, J. B.
'Kcightley, K. C. Hopper, F. We
!ber, Supervisor Wishnrd, Mr.
: Downey, Mr. Mooney, P a u 1
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