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THE OARDUH ISLAND, TUBMV SEP.T, 28. 1920
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Notices were sent out to all the
schools in the Mana-Eleele district of
the Kauai Teachers Association to
the effect that all teachers were in
vited to bring their bathing suits, a
picnic lunch, and meet at Makawell
landing for a get-together and get
In response to this, more than
twenty teachers from Makawell and
Waimea were present. After a swim
to sharpen the appetite, a sumptuous
lunch was spread.
When this was disposed of to the
satisfaction of all, the meeting was
railed to order by Miss C. A. Thomp
son, vice-president of the Kauai
teachers association apopinted to pre
side at metings of the Mana-Eleele
In the absence o fthe secretary. Miss
Haste, of Eleele, Mrs. Wright of Wai
mea was asked to preside for the
evening in that capacity. After a
greeting was extended to all a setting
forth of the purposes of the meeting
committees were appointed as follows:
Program committee: Mr. Sessions,
Mrs. Bardie, Miss Lewelling.
The recreation committee consisted
of Mrs. Kelsey as chairman who was
asked to appoint others from other
schools to work with her.
It was left with the program com
mittee to select the time, place and
nature o fthe next meeting.
The question of an increase ' of
salary for teachers was discussed at
some length. It was shown that an
increase is needed now.
In view of the proposed extra ses
sion of legislature, a motion was
made and carried that each teacher
write to at least one member of that
body asking his support of a measure
giving a salary increase dating from
September 1, 1920.
It was stated that California and
other states had not only given a
liberal increase in salary to teachers,
but also granted back pay from the
beginning o fthe year.
Finally a motion was made and car
ried to ajourn and watch the sunset
which was 'as golden as our hopes of
a salary increase.
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went 15 minutes to a draw. In this
round was displayed some great work
by both boys. In one instance the
Hawaiian lad was just about to put
the Portuguese boy's shoulders to the
mat, when all of a sudden, so quick
the eye could hardly follow the action.
Perreira was out of his predicament
and on an even footing with his op
ponent. Another time, they were on
their feet, Penekou got a head hold on
Perreira, and with a mighty heave,
threw toe Portuguese right over his
They were all good bouts and the
big crowd went home entirely satis
fied with the evenings entertainment.
E. B. Chillingworth refereed all the
bouts and exhibited a thorough knowl
edge of the game.
By no means the least of the even
ings entertainment was Johnson, a
gentleman of color, who handled the
towel for Rego and Perleira. Johnson
kept up a running fire of advice and
encouragement to his men that was
enlightening to the ringside specta
tors. An interesting fact that was not
generally known to the large audience
Is that Penekou, the Hawaiian lad
from McBryde, who was in the second
preliminary, was overseas with the air
service and engineers, and was gassed
twice; the effects of which he still
feels at times.
Puali Issues Challenge
W. Puali, county road employee, is
sues a challenge to Rego for a catch-as-
catch-can match for a purse of
$1,000; said match to be pulled off one
month from date of last Saturday's
Kekaha 'Wrestler May Challenge
William Kruse, mill engineer at Ke
kaha, stated last Sunday that they
have a husky Japanese-Hawaiian who
he believes, can give Rego a go for
his money. He says he will try to
get his man to issue a challenge.
Cummingt Says He Will Challenge
Jonah Cummings, of Kapaa, stated
that he would challenge the winner
of last Saturday's bout. Cummings is
about the same weight as Rego and
has quite a bit of mat experience, in
tact he has been working with Senzan.
Rego states that he is quite willing
to take on Cunmmings at any time.
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