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' THE GARDEN ISLAND,1 ftJESDAT, OCTOBER 19, 1920
NOVEMBER 11, 1920
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE AMERICAN LEGION, KAUAI POST NO. 2
Department of Hawaii
All Army Team vs. Kauai Legion Team
Mile Open, 1st Prize, floO.OO; 2nd Prize., Entrance Fee Returned.
14 Mile 3 yr. olds, 1 Prize, .?:!0.00; 2nd Prize, Entrance Fee Returned.
Mile Open, 1st Prize, $ 35.00; 2nd Prize, Entrance Fee Returned.
12 Mile Open, 1st Prize, 40.00; 2nd Prize, Entrance Fee Returned.
1 Mile Cowboy Relay Race. No Entrance Fee. Prize 20.00.
94 Mile Kauai bred ponies. Cup 1st Prize, ?50.00; 2nd Prize, 10.00. This
cup has been presented by Mr. James M. Spalding and is to be won
twice. ' O. Sakamoto's "Lady" has one leg on the cup won July 4, 1920.
Entrance fees: mile races, $10.00. All other races, 5.00.
RACES START AT 10:00 A. M. ENTRIES CLOSE SAT., NOV. Mb, 1!)20
Tug-o-War, 12 men teams One Mile Relay 8 men teams
Races 100 Yards and 50 yards Play Ground Baseball
Polo Game Starts at 3:00 P. M.
ENTRANTS FOR HORSE RACES AND FIELD SPORTS, SEE:
Waimea, Oerhaard llofgaard; Eleele, Charles D. Rea; Koloa, Marcus
Monsarrat; (irove Farm, A. Ik-bard Case; Lihue, Philip L. Rice; Kapaa,
Albert S. Rush; Kealia, Charles Fern; Kilauea, Win. K. Akana.
General admission to grounds for the day $.50;
Automobiles $.75; Bleachers, extra charge $.50;
Automobile space for Polo Games $1 .50
All Prices Include War Tax
Armistice Day Ball
The American Legion
SATURDAY, NOV. 1 3TH
The American Legion is planning new
and amusing features and surprises.
Admission $ .00 for gentlemen
Carnival Costume Ball
Given in honor of
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF
KAUAI POST NO. 2
Every Dancer in Costume
Prizes for the Best Costume
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920
Grand March Starts Promptly 8:30