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(From the Makaweli News)
The first annual Filipino track and
field meet held on this plantation
proved a victory for Camp 8, with
Camp 4 close behind. Before a larse
crpwd of enthusiastic supporters, the
first plantation records were estab
lished. Considering the newness of
the events to almost everyone, the
lack of individual preparation, and a
grass track, much praise is due the
first recprd holders.
The results of the meet were:
100 YARD DASH: R. P. Kilot. Camp 5,
first; C. Rebilllon, Camp 8, second;
N. Reyes, Camp 2, third. Time 11 1-5
STANDING BROAD JUMP: M. Cer
ino, Camp 8 first; F. Pascua, New
Camp, second; N. Reyes, Camp 2,
third. Distance 9 tt. 3 In.
880 YARD DASH: E. Ebascan.
Camp 8, first; F. Pascua, New Camp,
second; A. Blsario, Camp 6. third.
Time 2 min. 45 3-5 sec.
SHOT PUT: J. F. Fetaliono, Camp
4, first; L. Vasquea, second; S. Al-
bario, Camp 4, third. Distance 30 ft.
220 YARD DASH: Pedro Camo-
nias, Camp 4, first; A Baredo, Camp
2, second; A. Curpus, Camp 8, third.
Time 32 sec.
HIGH JUMP: P. Reblllion. Camp
S, first: J. Beliarin. Camn 4 aer-nnrl-
N. Reyes, Camp 2, F. Pascoa, New
Camp, and A. Bitom, Camn 4. tied fr
third. Height 4 ft. 8 In.
440 YARD DASH: P. Reblllion.
Camp 8, first; Jose Villerin, Camp 8.
second ;De Ls Reys, Camp 2, third.
Time 69 sec.
RUNNING BROAD JUMP: Jose
Villerin, Camp 4, first;' Do La Cruz,
Camp 2, second; J. F. Fetalino, Camp
4 third. Distance 15 ft. 7 in.
PULL UPS: S. RemoroBa, Camp 5,
first; P. Alcaran, Camp 2, second; L.
Alconcon, Camp 2, third. Number of
RELAY RACE: (Four men mile relay-
Camp 4, first; Camp 6, second;
Camp 5, third. Time 2 min. 10 3-5 sec.
P. Reblllion, of Camp 8, took in
dividual honors by winning two
firsts and one second.
The Plantation will present the
winning team a banner and the win
ner of each event a medal.
Now that a taste of this sport has
been received there will no doubt be
a great deal more Interest In the
meet for February 22nd, when all
men on the plantation will have a
On the evening o fFriday, January
26th, about twenty young men of Mc
Bryde Sugar Co., and vicinity, met at
the boarding house and formed the
McBryde Athletic and Social Club.
Mr. F. A. Alexander, manager of the
plantation, waB elected President, Mr.
Harry Eby, Vive-President, and Mr.
Charles Rlchter, Secretary and Treas.
The following one-man committees
were elected to handle the various
Soccer Mr. Sinclair
tennis Dr. Glaisyer
Swimming Mr. Richter
Baseball Mr. Duncan
Volley and Basget Ball ....Mr. Creevey
Social Mr. Miller
A committeo of three was appointed
to get busy on the constitution and
by-laws, so that the club could get
Into proper action as soon as possible.
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A meeting is planned for next week,
when aall committees will be heard
Soccer is taking the immediate at
tention of the club and the team has
made its schedule for practice games
and will soon be ready to U.ckle soc
cer teams from other districts.
MAKAWELI TEAM CHAMPS.
Makaweli ball team wins the cud,
But they sure had to fight for it, and if
It hadn't been for the unsportsmanlike
conduct of one of Camp 4 players, it is
doubtful whether Makaweli would have
gotten it. Camp 4 might have been the
proud possessor of it today. Camp 4
had the first gamo of the series all but
won when certain disheartening play
Ing threw the whole team ofi and Mak
aweli captured 1L In the second came,
on Christmas day, Camp 4 again had
things coming her way when the only
big breach of sportsmanship conduct
occured. A runner overstennine third.
on his way to score a home run. was
called out. What happened? Instead of
playing the sport, he quit the game
and encouraged others to do the same,
resulting in the second victory for
The third game was a glorious
victory for Camp 4. With a crinnled
team, she fought as if for her . life,
and came out with a score of 9 to 6
in her favor. It was a great game
and Makaweli played hard.
The last game and the one that
gave Makaweli the cup, was a fine
exhibition of ball. Makaweli out
played her opponents, who fought
through to the last inning. . The score
was 9 to 3.
eFrnandez, captain of Makaweli
team, deserves credit for keeping his
team so well in hand and playing the
game all through the series. Turi
villi, captain of Camp 4, was an ex
ample of a true sport, in every sense
of the word, and there is no doubt that
whenever Camp 4 again crosses bats
his leadership will be a guide to his
team mates. .
President A. R. Glaisyer, of the
Kauai soccer league, has called a
meeting for Thursday evening, to be
held at Koloa Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
All teams desiring to enter, the league
are requested to have one or more
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Tho California contingent devote
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They are a quiet, peaceful, industrl
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in overweening ambition. They take
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that among citizens of foreign extract
ion the Portuguese have the lowest per
centage of criminals.
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