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TOE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1021
The American Legion indoor base
ball league starts its schedule at
Makaweli Community House next
Saturday evening at 7:30. The com
mittee in charge wants it under
stood that any man eligible for the
legion may play on a team even
it not a member by handing in an
application to the adjutant before
the games start. The Lihue team
will meet the Makaweli-Walmeas,
while Koloa-McBryde will tangle
with Kawalhau. The Lihue team
has an edge on most of the teams
as they -have been together twice
and will present a strong front a
galnst West-enders. Kawalhau is
famed for its baseball teams and
expects to bring home the bacon
in the indoor league as well. Koloa-McBryde
have a strong team and
are after the scalps of the boys
from the east side. Frank Cox has
confidence in the line-up he will
put in the field to represent Maka-well-Waimea
and a large evening
can be expected.
'Ihe Koloa-McBryde team will have
the following men to pick from:
Braue, Monsarratt, J. Lopes, D.C.
Lovell, J. S. Kondo, J, Jacinto, Frank
Pugh, Y.Yamada, Herman Brandt,
and other men in the district who
The Makaweli-Waimea team will
have the following men to pick
from: J. Catton, E. L. Damkroger,
Frank Cox, J. Fernandez, C. T. Hat
trick, O. K. Kekauoha, N. Miyake,
O. S. Sissons, R. C. Turner, W. H.
Wright, E. K. Watase.
The Kapaa will pick from the
following: C. Alalu, M. Bolte, A.
Branco, J. Corstorphlne, J. Gum
niings, J. Fujita, Dan Hano, Dr. Ha
good, V. F. Horner, A. Horner Jr.,
.1. Kaiu. E. Livesey, J. Mandrigues, K.
Miyoshi, S. Nogaml, S. Opio, A. Ra
posa, J. Raposa, G. Raymond, A.
Rais, H. Sheldon, J. E. Silver, S.
Spalding. J. Taber, E. Waiwaiole, N.
10. Weight, H. K. Ylm, J. Bodrero,
Nawiliwill Oarage and Waimea
Stables Indoor baseball teams bat
tled to a 10-10 tie Monday even
ing at tlio baseball field.
Heavy slugging marked the play
ing of both sides, each team being
forced to change pitchers.
The batteries were:
Nawiliwill Garage Kiawe, Fern
Waimea Stables Prloste, Frank
FOSTER HORNER WINS
TENNIS SINGLES TITLE
The American Legion indoor base
ball team defeated the Nawiliwill
team in a wild and wooly game at
' the armory Monday evening.
The final score was. 33 to 24 and
was marked by heavy hitting by
Philip Rice heaved a good game
for the Legionairres while Prioste
and Frank worked for the automo
Sheriff Rices's Court House Gang
took the Lihuo American Legion
indoor baseball team into camp last
Wednesday evening after a stren
uous battle. The final score was
15 to 11. The oustanding features
were the pitching of Jimmy Burg
ess and Philip Rice and the fielding
of Sheriff Rice and Adrian Engle
hard. Charlie Rice umpired and his de
cisions were terribly impartial and
KAUAI SOCCER LEAGUE MEETING
The best tennis ever played on
Kauai was the verdict of the ten
nis fans who attended the Horner
Ualdwin match at the Sloggett
Foster Horner defeated Dwight
Ualwin after five exacting sets were
played by the score of 2-G, 6-1, 2-6,
Both men played excellent ten
nis and although the score of each
set is apparently lop-sided, each
set was hotly contested and many
duece games resulted.
The score: Dwight took the first
by the .score of 6-2. The score of
the games being the following: 1-4,
4-2, 4-0, 6-4, 6-4, 4-2, 2-4, 6-4.
Foster took the second set 6-1,
with the following score, 3-5, 4-0, 6-4,
6-4, 4-1, 4-1, 6-4.
Dwight came back in the third
set and victor by the score of 6-2,
in which the score was 5-3, 4-1, 3-D
4-0, 4-1, 4-2, 4-0, 4-0.
Foster staged a come-back and
won the next two sets the first
one 6-2, with the following score
4-2, 4-2, 2-4, 4-2, 3-5, 4-2, 5-3, 4-0.
Both players were tied in the
fifth and both played carefully. Fos
ter took the deciding set, 6-4. The
score 4-1, 3-5, 4-1, 1-4, 4-2, 4-1, 5-3,
The closeness of the match can
be seen in the fact that, in the
forty-one games there were fifteen
This match was a fitting climax
to the best tennis series yet held
on the island.
Jimmy Corstorphlne umpired in a
very efficient manner. Messrs Glais-
yer, Nunes, Miller and Richtev act
ed as linesmen.
Due to the few entrants and un
settled weather, the doubles series
will be postponed until next spring.
A meeting of the Kauai Soccer
League has been called for Wed
iiosday evening, October 12, 1921,
at 7:30 p. m., Honolulu time, at
the residence of Dr. A. H. Water
house, Koloa, Kauai. Anyone inter
ested in good soccer for Kauai for
the coming season is invited to at
tend. The annual election of offi
cers will be held. The meeting will
b8 open for any business that may
come before the meeting.
E. A. CREEVEY,
Kauai Soccer League
The Grove Farm Juniors Jiave
started a fund for balls and b.its by
holding a lemonade sale. As ,the
afternoon of pay day proved cool,
with small demand for Iced drinks
the Puhi boys decided to continue
the cale that night at the movies
This they did and disposed of their
The Puhi Girls' Club is reorganiz
ing as a Girl Reserve Club with the
assistance of Miss Soule.
The Filipino boys, especially, as
well as other Grove Farm boys, have
been enjoying the athletic game
parties conducted by Mr. MacDon
aid at Puhi hall on Thursday even
The comedy, "No Pay, No Cure,"
given by the young men a short time
ago was so well received that they
are going to perform it again at H;i
namaulu next Saturday night. An
other play has been prepared
"Ding-a-ling-ling," and several skits
by local talent, which, with i;ood
music, will make a worthwhile pro
gram. Dancing will fill out the ev
On Friday, September 30, the Li
hue school had a game of play
ground ball, played against the
Hananiaulu school on the Lihue
ground. We played the game square
ly and won the game that afternoon.
Though the Hanamaulu team was
defeated they played their best and
were good losers.
There are some sick teachers In
the Lihue school. They are Mrs.
Keahl and' Mrs. Lane. In their
places Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Otani
Each room of the Lihue school
has a flower garden along the school
building. Every pupil is working
hard to have a pretty garden. They
work on them when they have time.
Sjme of them are finished and some
are Just beginning. Flowers are
planted in them.
Miss Young is the music teacher
of the sixth, seventh and eighth
In last week's paper we noticed
an article stating that the school
teachers should teach the children
which side of the road to walk on.
Mr. 'Simpson and the other teachers
have talked to us ever since school
began about this. Teachers of the
lower grades have given Illustrations
such as using a child for an auto;
and if the other child was on the
wrong side of the road, the child
playing that he was the auto would
bump into him. Then it was ex
plained that cars would do the same
thing. The teachers are surely do
ing their duty along this line. They
have also instructed us to keep
off the water pipe near the Jap
nnese school, and not to cross the
ailroad tracks at the mill, only at
the crossing. These things were al
so told us last year. We are try
ing to aid the community and auto
club by picking up glass and nails
on the road.
Two new political parties have
been born in the Kauai high school
The freshman class has decided to
elect its class officers in accordance
with the election laws of the ter
ritory of Hawaii. Its members have
divided into the Square Deal and
Hold Steady parties. The latter will
The Square Deal party has elect
ed the following central committee:
Ellen SJsson,"" Crete Gluud, Risaboro"
Miyoshi Bobby Anna and Emily I.
They have chosen the following
slate ' for the primary election to
be held on Thursday: President, No
boru Kiyonaga; vice president, Mar
garet Sloggett; secretary, Ah San
Ahana; treasurer, Eileen Scharsch.
Risaburo Miyoshi is party boss.
The central committee of the
Square Deal party has issued an
appeal to the freshman class to
support its candidate on the follow
1. We shall, If elected, try in ev
ery possible way to keep the school
clean and sanitary.
2. We believe that as much time
as possible should be devoted to
3. We favor the development of
a system of student self-government.
4. We promise, if elected, more
get-together school parties.
5. We pledge ourselves to stand
in Bchool affairs for unity, co-operation
and a square deal for all.
NIGHT SCHOOLS FOR
One of the most hopeful signs of
the times Is the increasing demand
among non-English speaking peo
ples tor the teaching of the world
The county Y. M. C. A. has been
fostering this work In the past with
some very encouraging results. That
these demands may be met and car
ried on In the most efficient way,
a committee consisting of represen
tatives of the Y. M. C. A. and pub
lic schools was appointed by Dr. A.
H. Waterhouse, chairman of the
county Y. M. C. A. commitee to
draw up regulations governing the
future conduct of night schools un
der Y. M. C. A. supervision.
Three emphases will be maintain
ed in the work of these schools:
1. Classes will be confined to the
taaching of English. The purpose
being to aid in eliminating misun
derstandings and lost motion in the
handling of individuals and groups.
2. Americanization will be given
Other points incorporated arc:
To form a class personal request
must come from at least ten per
sons. If any class drops below tne
number of ten it will be discontin
ued. Teachers for classes will be ap
proved and appointed by the edu
Uniform salaries, tuition fees, size
and number of classes and hours
of teaching will be uniform through
out the county. Monthly reports
will be kept and submitted to the
executive secretary of the education
The following people compose the
Dr. A. H. Waterhouse, chairman.
Neil Locke, executive secretary.
Miss Elsie Wilcox.
H. D. Sloggett.
Prof. F. J. Dollinger.
A scientist claims to have discov
ered that blonds lack the mental ac
umen usually possessed by brun
ettes. From which we gather that
said scientist has a blonde stenogra
pher and a brunnette wife and the
wile has just gotten wise to the
Wo hope hat Mr. Dawes carries
out liia purpose of suppressing The
Congressional Record. It will save
moipy and keep mciifbors from talk
sg too much. New York World.
Prenident of the Dairymen's Lea
gue was a trifle Indiscreet when he
announced that the price of milk
would be advanced on account of
drought. Wall . Street Journal.
LIGHTNING KILLS THREE
HEAD OF CATTLE
be so absorbed in building an
estate that you neglect
to protect it.
Inftrud: your attorney to draw
your will and nominate Hawaiian
Trust Company as Executor
thereby securing protection for those
dependent upon you when you are
no longer here to guard them.
We Are Here to Serve You
The Oldest and Largest
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over
One Million Dollars.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
INDIVIDUAL BATTING AVERAGES
The following Is the "Vital Statistics" of the Makees for the season of
Name of Player ' . B ab r bh a po e av.
P. Cummings - : l: 2; : l: : : '..500
K. Hee 13:58 :, 8:19:27: 25) 7j.328
Joseph Rodrigues i 12 1 44 ! 10 i 14 i 8 llOi 7!.318
M. Tsunehiro - : 13 ; 52; 11 : 16 ; 40 : 26 12:.308
J. Yoshida j 6 25: 5: 7: 2: 6) 1.2S0
U. Doi j 12:64:15:15: lj 17: 3:;278
J. Cummings : 12:39; 11 : 10: 19: 6; 6:.256
Nick Hoonll 1! 1! 1: 4j t I.250
H. Holt ' 4: 9: 4: 2: 25: 21.222
K. Soong i 13:50:12:11:23
K. M. Ahana :12:41:13: Z1
Kiner Kano 113:53: 4: 7i 1
B. Palmeira .......
6:18: 3: 2;
lj j j j
2; 2; 1 j
lj lj j j
3; sj 2; j
2 5: 2: i
95! 12:. 220
19 j 7j.219
6j 1 1 .111
: : .000
An aftermath of the electrical
storm of a week ago was the dis
covery of three cattle on Lihue
plantation that had been struck by
Cowboys discovered the bodies
about two days after the storm
und all three were badly burned,
proving that they were victims of
So far these are the only casual
5REAK HOT WATER WELL
FLOWS 18 DAYS, FLORIDA
Games won 17( including five forfeited games). Games lout 1. Win
ning per centage .944. '
Average runs scored per game 7.78
Average runs scored by opponents 4.15
Average hits made per game 8.77
Average hits made by opponents 5.85
Errors per game . 5.54 v
Errors per game by opponents 6.00
SEBRING, Fla., Hot water
which began flowing 18 days ago
from a well being driven for a lo
cal concern still is coming to the
surface today at a rate of 40 gal
lous a minute. Throughout the peri
od the flow has been maintained
an even temperature of 130 degrees
It is said to be the second instance
of a hot flowing well observed in
Florida, one having been drilled at
Pensacola about 20 years ago. The
flow of the Pensacola well was
lost when the drill broke through
the Tock and diverted the water in
to a subterranean lake.
Sebring is about 40 miles north
west of Lake Okeechobee, and in
that part of the state whose forma
Just Received Direct from tbe Factory
New Lines In
CANE SEAT and HACK STEAM Eli CIIAIliS
CANE and WOOD SEAT DINING CHA1KS
CANE and WOOD SEAT SEWING KOCKEKS
CANE SEAT and HACK AliM liOCKEKS.
liEED SEAT and HACK liOCKEKS and CIIAIliS
WOOD SADDLE SEAT liOCKEKS and CIIAIliS
CHILDREN'S WOOD SEAT liOCKEKS and CIIAIliS
CHILD'S HIGH CIIAIliS CANE, WOOD and LEATHEH
SEATS FOLDING CIIAIliS and STOOLS, WOOD STOOLS
CAIJD TAHLES FELT and LEAT1IEK TOl"
Enameled Iron Beds
FOLDING STEEL COTS, HANDY COFCHES, MATTKESSES
11 El) Sl'KINGS
Deltox Rugs and Mats
NIAGAHA HATH HUGS, ANMINSTEIi HUGS.
A Few Samples In Our Window
THE STOCK IS Fl' STAlliS
Come In And Look It Over
tion indicates it was once open
sea, the land having been built up
on choral reefs.