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THH GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 21. 1921
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The All-Cliiueso Baseball Team, Champions of Oahu, and conquerors of the best teams on Maui and Hawaii, will visit Kauai during the Fourth of July, this being the only island
that they have been unable to defeat.
You have heard of the sensational fielding and baserunniug feats of Charley En Sue, the heavy swatting of Lang Akana, the wonderful catching of Kan Yen and the work of
other stars of this team on the baseball diamond, but have you seen them in action yet? It will be a treat that no dyed-in-the-wool baseball fan can afford to miss. Come to Waipouli
Field on July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th and see how the game is played by the best team in the Hawaiian Islands today.
Admission to the grounds on Monday includes horse races and other sports to be pulled off under the direction of the American Legion.
Saturday, July 2nd. All-Chinese vs. Lihue, 4 p. m.
Sunday, 44 3rd. " " " All-Japanese, 1 p. m.
" 44 44 44 " " All-Kauai, 3 p. m,
Monday, " 4th 44 44 44 Makees, 2 p. m.
Saturday, July 2nd. Adults 35c, Children 20c. Automobiles 75c
Sunday, 44 3rd. 44 50c, 44 25c. 44 $1.00
Monday, 44 4th.
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
12 M. LUNCH AND LUAU
By Women's Auxiliary
IP. M. BOXING .
Ernest Heinie vs. Maximo De La Cruz
Light Weight Champion ofOahu Filipino Champion of Kauai
2:30 P. M. BASEBAtL
ALL - CHINESE VS. MAKEE
Champions of Oahu
Champions of Kauai
Waipouli Race Track, Monday, July 4th