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THE .GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, l';l5.
National Guard Fcrmej
(Continued from page I.)
The following program ot cvtlits
for tlie military tournament tot.ike
place in the Armory in Ilouohlhi
within the second week in I-Vi.i
ary, 1916, is submitted lor tonsi.
erauon nna tor suga-st,, iroi
all concerned. Suggestions tor ih
improvement of the program a;i
Program For Tournament First Night.
Event No. 1.
Breaking Camp a n d Rolling
Blanket Rolls, by squads.
Each squad will stand nt atten
tion in front of its shelter tents,
each man in front of his own shelter-half,
facing with the tent. At
a Riven signal, one short trumpet
blast, the men will take down
their tents, make up 'their rolls,
form their squads, and the squad
leader will then salute the senior
judge and report his squad ready.
Shelter tents will be set up with
one row of buttons complete and
and buttoned, rolls will be rolled
with the lettering outside, and the
roll will be put on with the letter
ing in front. Straps to be conv
pletely buckled and through slide.
Time will be taken fro.n the
tyumpet blast to the first squad's
report of ready.
Blanket rolls to contain blanket,
shelter-half, pole, and pins.
In case of ties, the placing of
tied squads will be made by the
judges after an inspection.
Prizes will be given to 1st, 2nd,
and third squads.
Event No. 2.
Company Competitive Drill.
Program to be made by company
commander; it will include move
ments in the school of the com
pany, squad, and soldier, At least
twelve commands will be given in
the manual of arms, four in the
loadings and firings, and at least
five commands in movements by
olatoons. Companies will consist
MORE THAN REGAINED HERSELF.
Waimea Hubby So you've taken mv r.dvice and done vour
Christmks shopping earlv.
Wifey Yes, dear, and I am so pleased with the results Mint I am
going to order my Easter hat right avay.
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uuiii t-citir cum pan y. roui Mu.mn,
one frornach company of a bat
talion, to drill at once under nn
officer selected by the battalion
'omtnander The best squad in
each battalion to be selected bv
judges to co-iipetc in finals on sec
ond night. Further conditions to
be announced later. Rifle Exer
cises to be as prescribed in "Ma
nual of Physical Training, U. S.
Prizes to 1st, 2d, and ,3d squads.
Uniform: Field, with O. D shirt I
(no coat); without hat, leggins, I
or equipment. Contestants to line!
panv commanders; companies to
be limited to four squads, and to
march oit already formed upon
notification. Bavonets to be se
curely fastened ou rifles, and to le
tested for secure fastening bv an
npwnid blow on the handle de
live red by each man before the ex
Prizes to 1st. 2d, and 3d ct m
panits. Exercises to lie as prescribed in
"Manual of Physical Training, U.
S Army." Company to be limit
ed to four squads.
Wall Scaling, by Squads.
, Against time. Eatries limited
up at scratch, turn over to jiulgesito teams of eight n:eii from- each
'a pair of russet shoes, as issued by! company, N. G. II, Uniform: Str-
M. Coins. Shoes will be vice, with O. I), shu t. No hats
or coats. Nu arms cr equipment
' to be carried." Regulation russtt
pile fifty yards away. At starting shoes only will be worn; gymaa-
signal contestants run to pile, rind j si u rn shoes not permitted,
their own shoes, put them on and! Squad, without' arms, forms forty
return to scratch for inspection J fCtt from wall and finishes forty
Shoes must be hired up and have fett beyend wall. Wall to be 10
number corresponding to m a n i ft. x 1 ft. Time from pistol shot
( wearing them. Shot s in a y be ; to signal given by squad leader at
thrown away by an v contestant in ! finish that his squad is ready for
searching for his own .shoes; care inspection; squad need not be at
.will be taken not to throw them ! nttpntirm.
En-! Prizes to Ht. 2d. and 3d squads.
. trips to bp limifpd tn t wr, m,.n frr,m c t. rAV i v t r 1 1 1 I'ui; omt
yards to the front (at opposite end , -t- imuh a i o.i.u.
..... .......... each organization for each nirht:
of Armorv Ha . At starting sig- ;
runs to his iaiuus i'i 1,1
: contest is not ciigihie to take part
in the second night s contest. I
1 lie lirst lioliciav aniiouncenitnts
nf fmir snnnds and will march uo-.llle A1, Vorps.
on the floor already formed upon jerked by the judges with mini
r.ti fiction bers given by men, then put in a
Prizes to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Com
panies. Event No. 3.
Retiring Sharpshooters' Race
Uniform: Field, w ith O. D,
Shirt (no coat); with rifle-. belt,
and five rounds of blank ammuni
tion. Rifle to be as issued bv Or
dinance Department Contestants
nfr i!Ornt(.li' rvwtt With tloltS fe-
, ' i j cr,. . 1 o" balcony or into audience,
moved and apart, are placed fifty ..... ,
nal. each contestant
piece, sits down, assembles bolt,
inserts it in piece, and retires to
scratch, halting every ten yards to
fire one round to front from prone
position. Last shot to be fired from
Entries limited to one man from
each company foi each night; a
Prizes announced later.
Competitive Bayonet Excercises.
The four companies previously
selected in competition at Kapio-
of merchants appear today and
others will appear in next week's
'.issue of Thk Garden Island.
Readers are requested to watch
lani Park will compete on first
competitor on the first night shall j night in semifinals Two com-;
. anain ll f CPPOflH .-in . . n.:i1 1 , 1 . . .1 A.. . .. 1
IlOl tUUItlt flftot" w - . will 11: Sl'it LlCU LM1 M.e nrsi
night. . I night to compete on second night
Prizes to 1st, 2d, and 3d. ! for first and secrnd place; the two
4th Event. - remaining companies will compete !
Competitive Rifle Exercises on second night for third nlacr. i locally .
out for them and read what the
various merchants have to offer.
The time is now at hand to buy
presents to send to friends back
east and to make selections for gifts
The merchants have fine
(MLX Entries limited to one squad Program to be made out by com- assortments this year.
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A view of a Bulgarian transport and its convoy of Bulgarian infantrymen near the Serbian border.- tour of Kauai,