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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, N0VEMBEI5 22. 1921
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-aiU- Af MAKAWELI
'ihe pmuiutiuu playground bull lea
gue tnut bus been running lor the
past two nioiuiirt ut Makuwell is
coming to a close witU only finals
and semi-finals to be played olf.
ibe MuKawell Atbeltic Club are
champions of the Community House
division, while Cumps 8 and 2 have
ruptured the other districts. The de
ciding games will be played this
week. The standings of the teams
are as follows:
Community House Division.
Toams P. W. L Pet.
M.A.C. 9 9 0 1000
F.A.C. 9 6 4 056
P.A.C. 9 4 6 444
J.A.C. 9 0 9 000
Teams P. W. L Pet.
Camp 2 5 3 2 600
Camp 6 6 2 3 400
Teams P. W. L Pet.
Camp 8 4 4 0 1000
Camp 7 4 2 2 600
Camp 6 4 0 4 000
A basketball league will be form
ed on completion of this league.
SOCCER GAMES END IN TIE
The Kauai Soccer league opened
Its season auspiciously last Sunday
when Lihue met McDryde and Ma
kawell met Koloa. Both games end
ed In a tlo, the Makaweli and Ko
loa game being scoreless. Lihue ai.d
McUryde each scored one goal.
A high wind that was blowing at
Lihue prevented good soccer as the
team with the wind to its back hi d
all the advantages. Several times
fullbacks on both teams gave the ball
a mighty boot that under ordinary
conditions would have taken. the
ball to mid-field, but the wind wou'.d
catch It and bring it back most to
their feet. The team that was kick
ing with the wind could easily cle. r
thuir goal when they were hard press
ed by a high kick.
Lihue had the wind to their backs
during the first half and pressed
the Scots hard but some brilliant
work by Urehman and Kay kept
the county seat boys from scoring.
Kay jumped into the breach time
after time and made some wonder
(ul saves. Bill Sinclair featured in
the defensive work the first hr. if
for the Scots. Lack of team work
was evident in Lihue's playing ai d
the punch was lacking in their ef
forts the first half.
McUryde had the wind the second
half and kept Lihue fans on the an
xious seat all during the period. The
Scots scored their goal in this half,
a fast shot from a difficult angle by
Charles Mocksing. Lihue scored a
fluke goal about ten minutes later
when the ball glanced off the foot
of one of the backs and rolled thru.
Both teams fought hard In the lust
part of the game to get the winning
score but the defensive work of the
backs on both sides kept the ball out
of the goal. Knoka Lovell and Eddy
Fountain and Christian were the de
fensive stars for Lihue.
A hard fust, clean game was played
at ICleele between Makaweli and Ko
loa that resulted in a no-score tie.
Doth teams played good hard foot
ball but the wonderful work of Mar
callino for Makaweli and Lovell for
Koloa prevented any scores. David
Kamioplli refereed In excellent style.
Next Sunduy Lihue will meet Ko
loa at Koloa and unions the Lihue
team takes a brace they are liable
to be beaten. Koloa has a fust bunch
of forwards and It will take all of
Lihue's defensive powers to stop
them. The backs cannot win games
unless the forwards make some goals
and Lihue Is woefully weak In scor
ing ability. Perhaps with Sandy Mut
ton In the forward line Lihue will
. show some improvement.
Makaweli meets McDryde at Eleele
and although the Scots have a vic
tory over the west-enders in a prac
tice game that la no indication that
they are going to repeat. Makaweli
has a good team and will be in the
buttle the whole game.
The past two weeks we have had
some very nice visitors and they
gave us some good talks. Kev.
Schenck came first and told us a
bout thrj?e importunt things In life.
Mr. Philip Hiee gave an interesting
talk about Armistice Duy, theu llev.
Dayless visited us and talked about
the next war. Superintendent Vau
ghaa Mac Cuugbey came to see our
morning exercises. Mr. Bryant cume
with Mr. Pugh to visit the shop.
Miss Colbert read a good story to
LIHUE UNION CHURCH
us about the trees.
On November 14th our girls had
a ball game with Hannlei. It was cer-1 Bishop LaMothe, the honored head
tainly a good game. The score was ! of the Episcopal church of Hawaii.
18-17 In favor of Hanalel. I brought a splendid spiritual message
Our garden is good. We hnve
sold about $25 worth of vegetables.
We have Just finished making some
nice book racks in the shop. Several
looms hnve nice new curtains and it
makes them . look more attractive.
This week we lost one of our
good ball players, Harry Kaliloa. We
shall miss him very much.
We are practicing for the concert
to be given at the Tip Top Theater,
on December 2.
to a good sized audience last Friday
night. The Bishop Is highly appre
ciative of the fine spirit of Christian
fellowship which he is finding In
Sunday morning, Dr. F. F. Bunk
er was the speaker taking for his
subject "The Brotherhood of Man,"
After showing the conditions of the
various nations of the earth, at the
present time, and the apparent will
ingness for a national understanding,
he urged as a solution, for the pres
ent national strife, a commonsense
agreement and spirit of kindness,
an adventure into a higher type of
Regular services next Sunday morn
ing, to which the community is In
vited. Attend the community Thanksgiv
ing service Thursday morning at
The freshmen of the Waimea jun
ior high school had a fine trip to
Waipoll field on Armistice Day as
the guest of the American Legion.
The two teams met mixed teams
from Kauai high school and Lihue.
The girls were awarded a new play
ground ball for their part in the pro
gram. The day was enjoyed by all PASSENGER ARRIVALS
who went from the school. QN THE 88 INAU
A dozen royal palm have been giv-
en to the school by Mrs. Sinclair! The following is a list of the In
Robinson. Each class will set one , coming passengers on the Kinau, ar
as Its tree for Arbor day. riving at Nawiliwili on Friday, Nov-
The program for the annual school' ember 18th:
concert on Saturday is ready. Mrs j w p,ckard w p Sinclair,
Classes are spending a goodly am- y. Yasahara, M. J. Carvalho, M. Ka
ount of time all this week In pre- washima. Y. Kodama, Mrs. O. Seto,
paration for it. T. Hashimoto. Miss M. Matsuda, Mr.
Ken. C. Bryan, territorial Indus- Belden, Mr. Stevens, Judge Vaughan,
trial supervisor, and Mr. Pugh made 1 Walter Eklund, Hart Wood, Frank
the shop and kitchen a visit on Cox, Consul C. Yada, M. I. Hilarlo,
Tuesday. General new projects were Miss Kawashima, K. Izumi, Mrs. T.
advanced by Mr. Bryan. Seto, Mrs. Murakami, Mrs. M. Mat-
Several . excellent pictures of the ' Buda Mrs- Belden, Mrs. Stevens, N.
Armistice Day parade were taken E- Wright, Mrs. Walter Eklund, W.
by Mr. Clutterbuck. They will be on -H- Frledly, E. Coffin, Y. Shldo, U.
sale at the C. B. Hofgaard store Kawaguchl, J. H. Bauer, E. K. C.
this week. Yap, K. Abo, C. S. Basan, Mrs. Rich-
Planting in the garden started last U- ,Ha"ncJ!' Mra' R' J
nsier, r ranK r . uunxer, u. lucnien
J. P. Farley, Phil. Palama, Mrs.
Wlehtman. S. Ihara. Miss T. Seto. S.
Water events may be substituted Taoka M, g Matsuda MUs Rich.
ards, Mrs. M. V. Wilson, R. Qulnn,
week. Each boy has 110 square feet
allotted to him.
for the usual track events in the
spring by the freshmen. A tentative Mrs Frank F Bunker.
list oi events is being presented to
the freshmen of Kauai high school.
Wnimp.l hna an oynollont nlana n
, tne Klnau on
hold a water meet, in the river from 22nd-
the bridge to the sea
The following are the arrivals on
I W. D. McBryde, Dr. Hagood, A. E.
I Ebeling, G. Tanaka, H. Farla, Miss
I Wawrukof, Mrs. Yamamoto, T. Shi-
' mogawa, M. Fujihara, W. F. Scanlon,
Our kitchen has a great quantity H c Long 0 okano K p Lungi
oi roseiies. we win can wnat we
can and eat what we can.
We had the pleasure of entertain
ing Bishop LaMothe and Rev. Car
ver of Honolulu last Friday.
Miss Hansen, In charge of the
Girls' Reserve, was a visitor Mon
day. The boys' playground ball team,
under the management of Mr. Rodri-
A. M. McBryde, A. Horner Jr., Mrs.
I A. E. Ebeling; K. Kawasaki, B. F.
. Hays, Miss Wawrykof, Mrs.' S. Kubo.
. M. Yoshil, Mrs. Fujihara, A. Brown,
I W. H. Seligson, T. Minatoya, Mrs.
K. F.-Lung, and four children, E. J.
Mooklar, Mr. Kinolau, Master Ebel
ing, Chew Chow, J. Wawrykof, Miss
Wawrykof, S. Nakbayashi. K. Terada,
Master Fujihara, C. Brown, H. Mina-
gues. won the Chamber of Commerce . toya, Miss Kyau Lau, Joe Tseu, Mrs.
cup on Thursday at Lihue by defeat
ing Makaweli by the score of 14-12.
As the Hanalel girls also beat the
Kekaha girls, East Kauai schools
will hold the honors this year. This
is our first cup, but Miss Cook's pu
pils, by winning again this year,
have the distinction of having won
two cups. .
The school garage is now complet
ed and Mr. Victorino's car is no long
er on exhibition daily on the govern
We celebrated Arbor Day on Mon
day, as last Friday was convention
day for the teachers. Fifteen differ-
Kinolau, Miss Ebeling1, H. Shiramlzu,
Mrs. Wawrykof, Master Wawrykof,
Y. Kawasaki, Mrs. U. Nishlmoto,
Mrs. L. Nomsson, Mrs. M. E. Indie
and four children, Miss K. F. Lau.
What causes a "tarred" road to
develop that peculiar "scrubblng
board surface'' is a question that
has been worrying highway engin
eers quite as much as the long suf
fering traveling public, says the New
York Times. As often as not the
symptoms appear in a macadam road
ent varieties of hibiscus are being that has been treated with asphalt,
planted along the fence. But the trouble is largely confined
The school shop is making furni- to roads with tar or asphalt. Con
ture for the cottages and also mak- crete and brick roads never develop
ing repairs to other school property. ' such a surface, and ordinary dirt
We will soon erect a fence around
our new garden which we intend to
plant early next month.
Our teachers rendered two num
bers at the convention, and we have
an idea that they acquitted them
selves with glory.
Superintendent MacCaughey , accom
panied by Miss Wilcox and Miss
Hundley, were visitors on Thursday,
and special opening exercises were
held. Mr. MacCaughey addressed the
pupils of the eighth grade, and am
ong other things urged the class to
better the fine record now being
made by last year's class in the
Kauai high school.
We will have only three days of
school this week. Individual rooms
will hold exercises on Wednesday
to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Following the enthusiasm shown
by the older students the pupils of
the fifth grade have taken up play
ground basebull. An exciting game
was played on Thursday between the
Saints (5c) and the Yankees (5b),
the Saints winning by the score
of 26 to 18.
With coKtumes completed und parts
thoroughly learned, final touches are
now being put on which ought to
make the pluy to be given on Decem
ber 3rd. fur above the average
school production. The Japanese hall
where the entertainment Is to be .
held, w ill be exceptionally well light-1
ed. arrangement having been made!
with the Kapaa Electric Co. to sup-'
ply electric lights for the occasion.
The bureau of public lands of the
United States Department of Agri
culture is building at the Arlington.
Va., experiment farm a special road
way 15 feet wide in an attempt to
discover the cause of the trouble.
The road is laid out In the form of
a circle with a 90 foot radius and Its
circumference, 665 feet In length Is
to be divided into sections, each of
which will be surfaced a different
kind of asphalt or tarred material.
The experimental sections will bo
built exactly like road surfaces and
when completed will carry "t.-affic"
as much akin to prevailing traffic
as it is possible to devise. The traf
flc will be supplied by a driverless
motor truck, hold in the circular
path by means of a long arm ex
tending from the center. The course
of the truck will be altered frjm
time to time so that the entire
width of the roadway may be travel
ed. It has not been possible to deter
mine the reason by observation of
actual roads because there are too
many unknown causes. The defect
may be due to distortion of the earth
under the road surface or to de
fects in the surface Itself. It is prob
ably caused by the wheels of motor
vehicles how and why the engi
neers have not determined, largely
because they have never possessed
and subsurface conditions and char
BUfficient facts regarding surface
acter und weight of traffic.
"Is this a fast train?" the salesman
asked a conductor.
"Of course It Is," was the reply.
"I thought it was. Would you mind
my getting out to see what it is fast
to?' Sonora Bell.
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A Hawaiian Night
SONGS OF HAWAII : : FOLK DANCES OF HAWAII
The itory of
At O I K E H A
Romance 'Prince from Kahi, who became King of Kauai
will be presented
An unusual chance to gel a glimpse into court
life of Hawaiian royally, with all the color and
romantic associations connected therewith
A strong choir of 30 voi. es will assist in the singing
An Orchestra of 10 pieces will discourse sweet Hawaiian
melodies for the dance which will follow the program
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'Dancing Admission $1.00
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