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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MAR. 2, 1920
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WINS FROM KEKAHA
In a practice game of volley ball
Kekaha wont down to defeat in two
games out of three in the hands of the
Makaweli school boys. The games
were very close and foretold that Mak
aweli and Kekaha would have a good
'scrap" to decide the championship of
their division in the Kauai public
school athletic league that is, if
some other school, Waimea or Eleele,
doesn't take it away from them.
The opening game of the loccer
season' wes played at the Eleeie
grounds Sunday afternoon, between
Lihue and McBryde, and was an inter
esting exhibition in spite of the fact
that the Lihue team had practically no
The excellent Bhowing made by Li
hue against the more experienced play
ers of McBryde, was a surprise to the
Lihue rooters, who really did not ex
pect their team to put up the fast game
The first period was fought to a
standstill, and it looked as though the
period would end without either side
scoring. But in the last minute of play
McBryde got a side-line kick and the
ball was punted through for a score.
In the second period Lihue tied the
score shortly after play began, and
then began the battle royal for the
deciding goal. Time after time both
tL-ams had the ball within a few feet
of the goal, but excellent interference
prevented the desired result Finally,
Just before the whistle blew, McBryde
got another side line kick and F. Mahn
put the ball between the posts for the
deciding goal for McBryde.
Both teams have some very excellent
players, with McBryde apparently hav
ing a shade the best of it.
Kuhlmann, Lihue's star player, was
knocked out twice in the first period,
but was game, and continued to play,
though he had a badly sprained should
er, which greatly reduced his effic
iency. J. K. V. Carmichael, captain of the
Makaweli team, refereed the game and
made an excellent job of it. E. A.
Creevey and Joe McKechnie acted as
The game between Makaweli and
Kawaihau was postponed on account
of Kawaihau not being able to muster
enough players to make a team.
iNext Sunady's games will be Lihue
vs Makawali at Lihue, at 2:30 p. m
and McBryde vs Kawaihau at Kapaa,
at 3:30 p. m.
Welfare Work on Maui
Welfare work on a big scale are the
plans for Maui. In the last issue of the
Maui Newa appears the following in
teresting account of these activities:
.Plans are rapidly taking shape for
handling welfare work on Maui on a
vastly bigger and more comprehensive
basis than ever before. These plans
are a development of the decision of
the sugar planters' association to pro-
mote this line of work throughout the
islands. Maul has perhaps been more
prompt than any of the rest of the
territory In getting busy, probably
from the fact that smooth-working or
ganization on this line already existed.
Clinton Childs, an expert in welfare
work, and formerly connected with the
U. S. department of labor In that capa
city, arrived here a week ago to take
general charge of this activity on
Maul. Ho is now in charge of the
Alexander House Settlement, which
Is the organization that will continue
to be the center of social welfare ac
tivity. Charles A. Puck, heretofore
headworker of the Settlement, has
become the chief assistant in the
Under the new plans the plantations
throughout Maui are to support and
co operate with the Alexander House.
A corps of trained workers are soon
to be appointed for work in various
districts. The organization or the
Settlement, however, remains largely
The Idea is to consolidate as much
as possible all of the effort which has
been developed in recent years, and
to intelligently direct such energy with
view to eliminating duplication and
yuiiBequeni waste or effort. It is
also the desire to make the movement
a popular one, in which everybody will
have an opportunity to help.
Educational work, playground dev
elopment, district nursing, citizenship
work, athletics, sanitation, child wel
fare in ull its branches, etc., will all
have adequate attention.
There wiK be no attempt made to
'.supplant any of the organizations at
'present at work, but instead to
strengthen and aid them as much as
possible. Those who have had an op
portunity to study the plans of the
big organization believe that this year
will see wonderful development on
Attiui alons the lines which make for
better and happier living for all class
of the community.
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