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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TtJDAY NoV.1 2, U20
NOVEMBER 11, 1920
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE AMERICAN LEGION, KAUAI P0S1 NO. 2
Department of Hawaii
17th Cavalry vs. Kauai Legion
Mile Open, 1st Prize, $50.00 ; 2nd Prize, Entrance Fee Returned.
Yi Mile 3 j r. olds, 1 Prize, $30.00 ; 2nd Prize, Entrance Fee Returned.
Mile Open, 1st Prize, $35.00; 2nd Prize, Entrance Fee Returned.
i2 .Mile Open, 1st Prize, $40.00 ; 2nd Prize, Entrance Fee Returned.
1 Mile Cowboy Relay Race. No Entrance Fee. Prize $20.00.
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. G. Sakamoto's "Lady" Las 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. Gth, 1!)20
" FIELD SPORTS
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, Gerhaard llofgaard; Eleele, Clwrles 1). Rea; Kolon, Marcus
Mousarrat; Grove Farm, A. Ilebard Case; Lihue, Philip L. IJice; Kapaa,
Albert H. Bush; Kealia, Charles Fern; Kilauea, Wm. K. Akaua.
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
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
The Kapaa Girls' Club will probably
meet each week on Friday night.
They think to divide their evening
into two parts: one serious, Including
business first, then some such work
as dramatics or memory gems or'talks
on American girl Ideals, together with
music and singing; the second part
to be fun time, Including relay games,
"I wonder," they asked In much ear
nestness, Who'd send us each month the 'St.
And the 'Modern Prlscilla', how glad
we would be,
If each month we that magazine too,
And do you suppose we might go yet
And ask for that nice 'American'?
Or the 'Ladies' Home Journal', indeed
it would do,
Why, we'd read every page of it
through and through.
Because we girls of Kapaa, want soon
To meet each week In a dear little
For business quite serious, and then
when that's done '
We want to end up with a half-hour's
A group of Filipino mothers In Ke
kaha may soon organize themselves
into an English class.
Five of the mothers of the Koloa
English class, in their ambition to
prgress In the use of our tongue, have
entered night classes under the direct
ion of Mr. Greenley, welfare worker
on Koloa Plantation.
Some mothers of Puhi Camp are
eager to enter night classes in Eng
lish. As soon as the electric lights
are installed we hope to accomodate
The Happy Hour Club of Puhl Camp
wants an evening meeting weekly.
They expect to arrange for it when the
light fixtures are completed.
KAWAIHAU STARTS A
JUNIOR BALL LEAGUE
The Kawalhau junior league opened
its season Friday with a double header
at the Kapaa ball park. The Allies de
feated the Pacifies in an exciting game
by the score of 17 to 11. Kenneth
Alloau at short and Johnny Ferreira
at first starred for the winners, while
the Pacific's catcher and shortstop,
Yoshltomo and Takeo were the stars
for the losers.
In the second game the Asahis de
feated the Makees by the close score
of 10 to 7. The playing of Shigeso of
the Asahis and Joe Lizami for the
Makres were the features.
Saturday's games were marked by
the victory of the Allies over the
Asahis by the lopsided score of 16 to
4. The Asahis had an off day and did
not play up to their usual form.
The Halaula Champions replaced the
Makces and defeated the Pacific.-! by
the score of 16 to 7. The Pacifies were
greatly strengthened by the add-'.ion
of some new players, but were unable
to get into their stride.
A midget team has been formed and
all boys under 85 pounds are elig.bie.
this league will play on .Saturdays and
holidays the same as the junior league.
At present there are four teams ent
eredtwo teams from Kapaa and tvo
from Kealia. There is no weight limit
in the junior league, but ail players
must be Bchool boys.
JUNIOR BASE BALL LEAGUE -FOR
John Fernandez has organized a
five team Junior base ball league for
Lihue district to be composed of
teams from Grove Farm. Ilanaraaulu,
Lihue, Nawiliwili, and an all-Filipino
The idea is to give the boys from
the various camps in the district a
chance to play ball, and also to devel
op material for the big league.
The opening games will be played
at Hnnamaulu and Puhi on Sunlay
afternoon, November 7th. The sched
ule of games has been arranged so r.s
not to interfere with the present boc
... . . . .
Armistice Day Ball
The American Legion
SATURDAY, NOV. 1 3TH
The American Legion is planning new
and amusing features and surprises.
Don t miss it.
Admission $1 .00 for gentlemen
'I "J" f
Armistice Eve Dance
There will be a Dance on the eve of Armistice Day
November 10th 1920
Given by the Lihue Jazz Band at .
8 P. M.
Classy and Peppy Music