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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916,
A Military Luau
Companies G and H, Fourth In
fantry (Eleelc and Homesteads)
will have a big luau and sports at
the Lawai beach house of Major
McBryde on May 1. The object
of the big affair is to raise money
for the treasuries of the two com
panies concerned. Tickets will be
$1.00 each, and it is figured that
quite a tidy amount will be realized.
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recruited from the members of the
hospital corps. According to the
official schedule there will be two
games played each Sunday at dif
ferent centres. The order is as
Sunday April 2.
1. First Bat. vs Hospital Corps,
2. Second do .vs Third Bat. at
Sunday April 9.
1. Third Bat. vs First Bat. at
2. Second do. vs Hospital Corps
Sunday April 16.
1. Third Bat. vs Hospital Corps
2. First Bat. do. vs Second Bat.
April 23rd will be left open for
a possible deciding game.
Baseball, according to present
arrangements is scheduled to be
gin in May. On account of the
expense of transporting all twelve
teams back and forth to the dif
ferent ball fields, jt is proposed
that a preliminary series be played
off by the two or three teams be
longing to companies which are
located at the same place. This
may be done in all cases with the
exception of Company D which is
the only one located at Kilauea.
The winning teams of this series
would then play on the -various
fields, allowing games to be distrib
uted as much as possible over all
Under this tentative schedule
the following program will be in
Cos. L. and M. at Waimea.
do I. and K. at Makaweli.
do G. and H. at Eleele.
do A. and B. at Lihue.
do C. and E. Kealia.
do F. and D. Kilauea.
Winner L. and M. vs winner
I. and K.
Do G. and H, vs. do A. and B.
" C. and E. vs. do F. and D.
Date for finals to be set later.
A plan is also under considera
tion whereby the Hospital Corps
team might be included in this
OUNCE PARTY FOR
LIHUE YOUNG FOLK
Miss Ella Winter, Lihue, enter
tained a few of her friends at a
very enjoyable small dance- last
Friday evening. The house was
very prettily decorated for the oc
casion, refreshments were served
and the party broke up about 12:
Among those present were:
Mrs. Omanney, Helen Kuhlmann,
Erna, Hilda and Mary Maser,
May, Henry and Ernst Wedemey
er, Neil Moler, Harrison Rice,
Judge. Dickev, E. de Lacey, C.
Maser, H.J.Carls, Misses Thel
ma Hopper, Martha Wolters, N;
Kuhlmann, Ella and Margaret
Winter and Kathrine Coney; Mr.
and Mrs. Avery. Mr. and Mts.
Winter, Mrs. Maser, Mr. Vincent,
William Wolters, C. Kuhlmann
All voted the affair one of the
most chatming small functions of
Went To Citj
The following sailed in the Ki
nau Saturday afternoon for Hono
B. C. Jensen, P. M. Smoot, Tom
Mee, Miagawa, Kobayashi, Ah
Sin, M. Todd. Mrs. Todd, Miss
L. Todd, Miss R, Todd, C. Sato,
Mrs. Sato, Okada, U. Jeremiah,
G. E. I-eirce, James Gray, Mrs.
Kurishimt, Mrs. Oda, Y. Oda, I.
Mura, Y. Matshioshi, D. F. Mc
Corriston, Mrs. W. H. Wright,
H. Kreye, Mrs. R. L. Wilcox,
Miss Wilcox, MissKido, Miss Pen
der, Mr. Guy, Mrs. Guy, Mr.
Hill, P. A. Byrne, J. Unger, Leon
Quonson, M. Rolid, Mrs. J. M.
Silva, MissB. A. Englehardt, Miss
A. Englehardt, Mrs. J. C. Bige
low, F. C. Farwell, Miss Farwcll.
Miss Houghtailing J. I. Carnerio,
i Mrs. H, Kreye, L. W. Reding-
N. C. Groves, G. K.Larrison, Miss
M. Brown, Geo. Rodick, J. F.
Huniberg. W. Cockett, C. H.
Wilcox, Mrs. C. H. Wilcox, Mas
ter S. Wilcox, W. Ellis, and 4
Albert Horner will probably
arrive on Kauai tomorrow to spend
a few days.
Following are the latest results in the bowling contest at the Li
hue Kegel Club
Names Prev Total 3 game Total
F, Rutsch 179 179
H. Elmhorst 299 171 470
C. Schumacher 152 144 296
F. Winter 299 299
F. Schumacher 322 130 452
G. Schumacher 266 121 387
H. Bechert 259 129 388
E. Mahn 264 161 425
W. Schumacher 178 175 353
A. Siebel 327 177 504
O. Prueser 291 128 419
K. Elmhorst 298 298
C. Kuhlmann 152 109 261
F. Bechert 296 129 425
F. Mahn 255 141 396
R. Schumacher 163 108 271
H. lottmann 79 95 174
H. Thielemann - 168 131 299
G. Kruse . 73 109 182.
C. Maser 206 197 403
D. Elmhorst 99 103 202
A. Klussmann 9 146 239
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After the capture of Ezerum, the Russians, imbued with their success there, are making a conoen-
tmtpd drive towards the important Black Sea port city of Trebizond. The possession of this important
Htv would eive the Russians another strategic port on the Black Sea. The Turks are using Trebizond
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