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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, FEB.. 3, 1920
High School - Koloa
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The 'officers and directors of the
interscliolastic league met at tlie
county office of tbe Y.M.C.A. on
Monday morning for tlie purpose
of completing tlie details of the
organization. Each of the three
districts was represented, altho
not all of the officers and direct
ors ound it possible to be present.
Those who attended the meeting
were Gerhard Ilofgaard, E. L.
1 amkrogcr, Madelin Soule, Mrs.
Kalph Wilcox, Eleanor Langwith,
Elsie Wilcox and J. O. Warner.
Tbe following decisions were
1. To recommend that each
school organize its own, athletic
association or an equivalent, ac
cording to the discretion of tbe
2. Each school entering the
league is to be responsible for its
own equipment. Counsel and as
sistance by tbe district directors
ma j' be given.
3. The directors of each dis
trict are to present a budget cov
ering approximate expense of
transportation of the teams with
in their area to the executive com
mittee in advance. It is then pro
posed to include this fund, togeth
er with a similar one for the boy
scouts, in the annual budget that
will be asked for by Kauai Y. M.
4. Sports are to be commenced
immediately according to the fol
lowing plau. February and March,
volley ball for boys and girls, the
championship games to be played
April 10. April and May will be
devoted largely to a panthalon
consisting of tbe 75-yard dash,
standing broad jump and pull-ups.
An island track meet will then be
heUl on June 5th at Koloa.
It is possible that the complet
ion of the baseball series for the
prize now in possession of the
Waiinea school may be worked in
during April and May, although it
was generally a creed that this
must not interfere with the other
schedule. Baseball and soccer
will start the sports of the next
The Soccer League Organized
Last Thursday evening at Koloa a
Boccer league for the Island was organ
ized, to be known as iia- "Kauai So'cer
Representatives ot McBryde, Maka
well, Kawaihau and Lihue were pres
ent and each entered a team.
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Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Statement of Condition
At Close of Easiness, December 31, l!tl9
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts 7,23!),O(U0 Capital, l'aid Up ? (.00,000.00
Bonds - 2,()S." S01.00 Surplus iind Undivided Profits l,133.r8!).04
Bank Premises, Honolulu K!."),0()l.Srj Pension Fund 52,401.34
Bank Premises, Waipahu and Wai- Let ters of Credit Outstanding 31!,80!U5
alua 1 r.S2.".no lleservcd for Taxes and Interest 30,1S7.2S
Bank Premises, Lihue 10,1 ir.,00 Dividend Warrants Unpaid 3i!,lS7.2S
Customer' Liabilities under Let-, Deposits 10,720,3S4.!)S
ters of Credit ....... .... a 1 ',1,80'J. 1 5
Other Assets 24.7C.3.3ti
Cash and Due from Banks 2,432,7!Hi.r3
i?12,S!l3,421.7!l S12.Siia.421 .7!)
City and County of Honolulu
Territory of Hawaii )
I, ROXOR DAMON, Cashier, being first duly sworn, do solemnly swear
that the above is true to the best of my knwlodge and belief.
(Signed) UOXOR DAMON,
(Signed) F. C. ATHERTON
W. F. DILLINGHAM L Directors.
RICHARD II. TRENT j
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d day of January, 1920.
(Signed) J. D. MARQUES,
Notary Public Fifth Judicial Circuit. T. H.
The temporary officers elected wore,
Dr. A.'n. Glaifiyer, president; Father
Hubert, vice-president; E. L. Dam.
kroger, secretary, and C. G. Kuhlman,
The league will bo limited to six
clubs, four having already entered,
leaving an opening for two more clubs.
Applications for entry must be made
to the secretary. '
Each team will play two games
against all other teams in the league.
The first scheduled games will start
Next Thursday evening the repre
sentatives of the league will meet at
Koloa to draft a constitution and
elect permanent officers.
Track and Field Meet lor
The first annual track and field
meet for all men of MakaweliTlanla-
tion will be held Sunday, February
22nd at Makaweli ball grounds, start
ing at 1:30 P. M. This will bo the
only meet during the month; a change
in program from that announced in
January's insue of the NEWS.
This meet ought to be the greatest
event of the year, with competition
between all the camps. Camp 1- and
Makaweli will have a chance to exhibit
their heroes. Camps 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8
have the jump on them because of the
try out in last Sunday's meet.
The events will be, 100, 220, 440 and
8S0 yard clashes, high jump, standing
and running broad jumps, shot put,
pull-ups, and relay race.
Rules Governing Meet
Each camp will be allowed three
men in each event.
The entry blanks, which will be
sent to each camp, must be filled out
and returned by February 12tli, and
only those entered will be allowed to
compete. Programs with names of
competators will be printed.
Points will bo awarded as follows:
1st place, 5 points; 2nd place, 3 points;
3rd place, 1 point.
The camp winning the most point3
will receive a banner. Individual
winners will receive a medal. A goll
medal will bo presented tc the man
making tre most points for his camp,
Records of all events will be taken
and posted as Makaweli's best unci!
beaten. Get your name on the list.
In Charge of Camp Teams
Camp 1, Sachigato Kuratani; Camp
2, John Gutin, Kumao Miyasaki; Camp
4, Iwao Tanaka, Ventura Turivilli;
Camp 5, Faustino Lanaro, Masaichi
Yamuda; Camp 6, Flotenno Solinap,
Remundo Bendieio; Camp 7, V. Mac
andangdang; Camp 8, Agupito Acain;
New Camp, V. Salvidor; Makaweli,
M. V. Fernandez.
In a good game of ball last Sunday,
Makaweli won from Kekaha and Wai
mea by a score of 8 to 7.
The Makaweli Juniors also won from
the Waimea Juniors by a score of
11 to 4.
Availing themselves of the exquisite
moonlight of last rFlday night the en
tire high school, properly chaperoned,
sailed forth In the spirit of conquerors,
following the wake of their basket
ball team all the way to Koloa. The
team and three of the teachers led the
van in touring cars while tho rooters,
with song and Jest, runmbled along
behind in the huge Federal truck from
Grove Farm. The game was played In
the new Koloa social hall which was
crowded up stairs and down with lusty
The All-Koloa team proved a worthyl
foe as they are fast and skillful. For
novices at this scientific and popular
inoor game there was some clever
team work and pretty basket shooting
on both sides. Kuboki and Ignaclo.
for Koloa, and Joseph Aiu for the high
school did spectacular work, while the
swift passing of the Wedemeyer broth
ers who had the additional advantage
of height, netted many goals for the
high school. hTe high school won by
the safe margin of 35 to 16.
New Camp Champs
of Plantation League
New Camp won the penant In the
Plantation Baseball League which
came to a very uccessful close Sun
day, January 18th. All three teams
in tho league showed marked im
provement, as the season advanced,
an we are assured of a good exhibition
of ball next season. Camp3 2 and 4
are going after New Camp'3 "scalp"
The standing at the close of
P W L T
New Camp 10 7 2 1
Camp 2 10 6 4 0
Camp 4 10 4 5 1
Camp C dropped out er.rly in
Kauai Movie Fans Will See
Maxwell in Scenic Films
The scenic grandeur of the Columbia
River highway, of Crater Lake, and of
British Columbia will be revealed and
their history related to the movie fans
of the Garden Island by Leland J. Bur-
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the Wilderness." A Maxwell truck and
a Maxwell five passenger touring car
are carrying Bufrud through this west
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The Burrud party travels in the two
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At the pisent time the cinemato
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From there he will go to the Pendleton
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