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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 29, 1921, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921
LIHUE VETS WIN
Superior knowledge of the game
coupled with the breaks gave the
Lihue Vets a victory over the Kauai
high school In the American foot
ball game on Thanksgiving day. The
final score was 12 to 3 and Just
about indicates the difference be
tween the two teams. The high
school boys put up a game . fight
and deserve a great deal of credit
for their showing against their hea
The vets won the toss and de
cided to receive. They ran the ball
back to their 40 yard line but were
forced to punt when they could not
gain around the school ends. The
high school drove thru the Vets'
line for about 20 yards but were tin-
ally forced to punt. The ball rolled
to the Vets' ten yard line. The Vets
punted out but the ball only went
about 20 yards due to a heavy wind
that was blowing. The high school
brought the ball to the Vets' 20 yard
line where the Vets held and on the
fourth down Ernest Wedemeyer
kicked field goal from an easy an
gle. The Vets received again and after
a series of exchange punt started a
march toward the high school goal
line. They had the ball on the high
school 4 yard line when the whistle
sounded the end of the half. Score
Kauai High 3; Vets 0.
The high school received the sec
ond half and ran the ball back to
their 30 yard line. The Vets held and
the high school punted to the Vets'
30 yard line. A series of off tackle
plays and a trick play put the Vets
on the high school 10 yard line and
Yoshida finally a wide end run for
a touchdown. Yoshida missed the
The high school again received
and with the aid again in an ex
change of kicks and two well execut
ed forward passes had the ball on
the Vets' 10 yard line. The Vets held
and on the fourth down Ernest Wed
emeyer again tried a place kick, but
Bob Middleton of the Vets broke
thru and blocked it. The ball rolled
toward Yoshida, who was playing in
the Vets' secondary defense and
scooping it up he ran with the aid
of wonderful Interference 90 yards
to a touchdown. He missed the con
version. The last period of the game
was marked by the game attempt
of the high school to cross the Vets'
goal line, but the Vets' line held and
they were in possession of the ball
on the high school 10 yard line
when the whistle blew.
The following is the line-up for
the high school team:
L. E., Shinkiehi Nishimoto.
L. T., Tadashl Nagai.
L. G, Shinlchi Nishimoto.
C, Sam Diaz.
R. G., Richard Rice.
R. T., Edward Peiler.
R. E., Antone Camara.
Q. B., Markwell.
L. IL, Hale Cheatham.
F. B.. Ernest Wedemeyer.
R. H., Lyons.
Substitutes 1st quarter, none; 2nd
quarter, Edwin Kam for Shinkiehi
Nishimoto, Hale Cheatham for Mark
well at quarter, Ah Kong Kam goes
In at L. H. 3rd quarter No sub
stitution. Markwell goes in at quarter.
Wedemeyer at full is replaced by
Shinichi at guard.
Jacob Maka goes in at L. G.
Cheatham replaces Markwell at
quarter. . -j ,Ji
McBryde takes the lead In the
Standing of Teams
P W L. T Pts.
McBryde 2 1 0 1 3
Lihue 2 10 2 2
Koloa 2 0 0 2 2
Makaweli 2 0 111
The Scots have taken the lead in
the Kauai Soccer Ball league thru
their defeat of Makaweli at Eleele
last Sunday. The Scots were never
in danger, winning rather easily
from the west-enders by the score
of 6 0.
The Macs scored their first goal
in the first three minutes of the first
half. The west-enders held them
scoreless the rest of this half due to
the excellent work of the full-backs
of the Makaweli team. The Makaweli
forwards had very little to do as
the Macs kept the ball in their ter
ritory most of the time.
In the second half the Scots step
ped out and with the wind at their
back drove five more goals thru the
Makaweli defense. Makaweli was
plainly off their game and missed the
services of Marcellino and Glaisyer
in their back field. The forward Hue
for McBryde starred while Duncan
and Breckenridge were the defensive
Lihue and Koloa buttled a score
less tie at Koloa, both teams play
ing good soccer. Lihuo was handi
capped by tho absence of several
of their star players, but put up a
good battle. Koloa forced the fighting
and only the excellent work of Eddy
Fountain at full back kept them
from scoring. Willie Ataka was the
star in the forward line for the county-Beaters,
while Waialeale and Lov
ell starred for Koloa.
WAILUA GOLF CLUB HOLDS
2ND HANDICAP TOURNAMENT
Sloshing around with 24 handicap
Charley Fern, after digging up most of
the fairway and a few greens turn
ed in the low score in the Wailua
Golf club's second handicap tourna
ment. Alvin Branco was the runner
up of a 43 while Dan Arcia and
Jimmy Spalding, the scratch men,
turned in a 45 and a 47 respectively.
The sub golfers were all further down
The scores are as follows:
Actual Handicap Score
C. J. Fern 62 24 38
Alvin Branco 63 20 43
Dan Arcia 45 0 45
Jimmy Spalding 47 0 47
J. Corstorphine 63 4 . 49
cess. The following Is the program:
A PAGEANT OF PEACEFUL AMF.lt-
Song Ambassadors of Peace.
Dance The Flight.
Episode 1 The Founding of the
Song My Own United States.
Song Speed Our Republic.
Song Long Live- Long Live Amer
ica. Enter the New Republic America.
Episode 2 Progress
Song Battle Hymn of the Republic.
Dance Torch Bearers.
Enter America's Inventors and Pro
gress. Episode 3 Prosperity
Song Thank Thy Creator.
Enter Prosperity and Progress.
Episode 4 The Fellowship of
Song America the Beautiful.
Songs National Anthems.
Song Angels of Peace.
Enter Peace, with America, Tros'
perity and Progress.
W. B. Miller
All the greens have been construct
ed and are now fenced and it will be
only a short time before the course
will be in fine condition. Anyone
who has not played over the course
in the last month would not recog
nize the course now. The tees are be
ing constructed; several are already
in condition to use. Jimmy Spalding
deserves a lot of credit for the
work that he has done in improving
the course. It will only be a ques
tion of time when Kauai will have
one of the sportiest nine-hole cours
es in the territory.
Last Tuesday morning Mr. Klein
felter of Honolulu visited our school
and told us some interesting stor
ies. The stories he told taught us
to be honest.
We are busy practicing for the
program to be given on Friday night
December 2nd, at the Tip-Top. This
entertainment is going to be the
best one Lihue school has ever had.
Huleia and Hauamaulu schools are
helping us, and we are sure their
numbers will be excellent. We hope
that everyone will come and see it.
We enjoyed the football game that
was played on Thanksgiving Day be
tween Lihue Veterans and Kauai
Our garden is good now, and we
have many vegetables for sale.
PROGRAM FOR DEC. 2
1. Song Lihue School.
2. Folk Dance. Lihue School.
3. Hawaiian Pantomime
(a) Weaver, Hoahoa Tapa.
Laualu Halu Kapa Kau-kau.
(b) Coming of Other Nationalities.
American; Spanish; Chinese;
Portuguese; Japanese; Filipino.
(c) The Eight Islands.
4. Song. Huleia School.
5. Drill. Lihue School.
6. Song. Huleia School.
7. The Magic Sword.
Mr. Vaughan MacCaughey, Miss
Wilcox, Miss Hundley and Mr. Dol-
linger visited the school on Monday
Mr. MacCaughey remained to see
the school concert, after a hurried
trip up Puu Ka Pelo with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Bunker.
Bishop LaMothe and Rev. Carver
spent Tuesday morning at the school.
The Bishop addressed the junior
high on "Neglected Opportunties,'
The Bishop promises to make the
school a visit when he comes to
Kauai in the spring.
Everyone enjoyed the excellent
program at the Kauai association
meeting at Lihue on Friday. The
program was said to be bne of the
best ever given on the island.
Tho school concert was a financial
success; over $325 was taken in
from tickets and from the ice cream
and soft drink concession.
The school has been awarded a
certificate of merit for the 100 per
cent enrollment of teachers in the
National Educational Association.
Rev. Carver addressed the school
on Monday, a Thanksgiving talk.
We appreciate very much the help
Rev. Carver gives the school. Many
of the public speakers who have
come to us have come through et
forts on Rev. Carver's part.
Miss Belle Tsark. from Koolau,
has been assigned to the Waimea
school. Miss Tsark comes to relieve
the receiving room of half its one
hundred and thirteen children.
In spite of little or no rain thus
far, the garden is coming up. Mr.
Ferriera plans to take first place
in the garden contest this year,
Waimea has a number of second
place awards, but they are not good
PEP CLUB ENJOYS AN
We have been having some very
interesting and helpful meetings of
our club lately. A week ago Judge
J. B. Hofgaard gave us a very prac
tical talk on matters relating to the
laws and courts of the county. We
had a number of things cleared up
in our thinking and the great privi
lege of American citizenship brought
to us with new emphasis.
At our meeting last Wednesday
night Rev. Carver gave an exceeding
ly Interesting outline of the coming
of the Pilgrims to America, tho cir
cumstances that brought them, the
hardships thep endured that they
might worship God as they chose,
and the privileges we are enjoying
today because of their spirit and the
institutions they established.
Our next program will be of an
athletic nature. C. J. Olds, Secretary.
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line
llich Cut Glass
and Jlrl Goods
Merchandise of tht
3)tl Quality Only
H. F. Wklwnni&ini
. & Co, Lttdl.
P. O. BOX 342 HONOLULU
qp"TBiijrT:T.:ur' , ,
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P. O. Box 47 Lihue, Kauai
A Hawaiian Night
SONGS OF HAWAII : : FOLK DANCES OF HAWAII
The Story of
M O I K E H A
Hfitnanct 'Prince from Kahili, who became King of Kauai
will bt pretenlej
An unusual chance to get a glimpse into court
life of Hawaiian royalty, with all the color and
romantic associations connected therewith
A strong choir of 30 Voices will assist In the singing
An Orchestra of 10 pieces will discourse sweet Hawaiian
melodies for the dance which will follow the program
LIHUE ARMORY, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10
T)ancing ...... Admission $1.00
Bargains in Used Cars
1920 Scripps-Booth Touring - - -' $750
1917 Dodge Roadster .... 650
1917 Dodge Touring 600
1917 Chalmers Touring - - - - 750
1 920 Ford I Ton Truck with body - 750
We guarantee every car we sell. Any buyer not satisfied
can return car within thirty days and receive full credit on any
other used car. First payment as low as $1 00. Balance, easy
Jfauriifartii (garage, ?Cti.
The garden boys are planting fence
posts. The county Is supplying the
posts and, we the holes.
Appropriate exercises were held
Wednesday morning for ThanksgiV'
ing, at which time proclamations of
the Governor of Hawaii and o the
President of the United States were
Dr. Hagoud, government physician
finished the medical inspection of
the children last week.
Our power driven wood work saw,
sent to Honolulu for repairs, arriv
ed back in good condition on the
licit be last Monday.
Volleyball practice is now being
stifled, with Messrs. llodrigucs and
Victoriuo as Instructors for the hoys
and Miss Erviu for the girls.
Mr. Kuymond invited Lieut. Y. C.
Quon of Honolulu, and G. M. Shak,
Kapaa representative of the Garden
Island, to luncheon on Wednesday.
Mr. Quon and Mr. lUymond were
both officers of the same company
in the Second Hawaiian lnfiatry
during the war.
Our school play will be given this
Saturday at the Japanese IlalL and
wo expect it to bo a complete. tuc-
THREE-C CLUB AT KILAUEA
Neil Locke, the county Y. M. C. A.
secretary, met with some of us boys
last Monday night and after playing
some lively new games with us, he
told about the Y. M. C. A. clubs
and we voted to have one.
William Keik was first elected
president, then Robert Nakea, vice
president, Dick Widdifield, secre
tary and Claude White, treasurer.
We voted to have our meetings
every Friday evening and ten cents
for monthly dues.
Homer Tracy is going to be the
leader of our club and we know we
are going to have a good time in
Tho charter members of the Ki
lauea Three-C Club are: William
Keik, Robert Nakea, Dick Widdi
field, Claude White, Ah You Lung,
Mitsuyo Kuniyuki, Masao Ninomoto,
James Widdifield Dick Widdifield
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