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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1921
The Chinese practically cinched the
pennant in the Indoor baseball lea
gue when they defeated their strong
est contenders, the Japanese, Mon
day night at the armory by the score
of 9-4. The Japanese started out as
if they were going to make a run
away race of it by making one run
in the Held first and two in the
second while they were holding the
Chinese Bcoreless. The Chinese start
ed after the Japanese pitcher in the
sixth and seventh innings, making
six runs each. After this the issue
was never - iu doubt, as Kenneth
llee tightened up and held them safe.
The big surprise and the best
game of the season was the first
one Monday evening in which the
Legion defeated the Hawailans by
the score of 11 to 10, but taking thir
teen innings to do it. This was by
tar the best game of the season and
It kept the crowd on their toes the
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Standing of Clubs.
McBryde 1 Llhue 1.
The battle for the first place in the
Soccer league still is a tie after the
leaders met last Sunday. Lihue and
McBryde battled to a one to one tie
at Eleele with the Scots doing all the
forcing. Time after time the Mc
McBryde battled a one to one tie
shadow of the Lihue goal posts only
to have a Lihue back boot it out of
danger or else the McBryde forwards
would get over anxious and miss an
Lihue was the first to score, Jam
leson receiving the ball from Fernan
dez after the Lihue forwards had
brought the ball down the field in a
pretty bit of passing and booting it
McBryde scored just as time was
up in the first half from a corner
kick that got away from Christian.
All during the second half Mc
Bryde kept the Lihue team in hot
water and the ball was almost con
tinually in Lihue territory. Lihue
forwards had little to do and fin
ally came back and assisted with
the defensive work to keep the Scots
- McBryde's forwards and halfs all
starred in the game and the full
backs and goal had very little to
Lihue's full backs and goal were
kept very busy and played fine
football. Lihue forwards when they
did get the ball kept McBryde busy
but Lihue's weak point was in the
half backs who did not show enough
ul'tenaivo work 'but seemed content to
play defensive. If the half backs
had been on hand to pass the ball to
the forwards when the Lihuo backs
would kick out of danger the Lihue
forwards might have made a better
showing. A little more training in
backing up the forwards is needed
by the Lihua half backs.
Makaweli 2-?Koloa 1.
Makaweli won its first game when
it sent Koloa down to its first de
feat last Sunday. This puts both
teams on an even footing for the
cellar championship. The game was
clean throughout and was in doubt
up to the last minute when Maka
weli braced up and shot , the win
ning goal through. Both teams played
clean, hard football but a heavy rain
prevented them from playing their
best. Waialale was the star for Ko
loa while Joe Bedell was the Maka
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
Koloa vs. Llhue, at Lihue.
Makaweli vs. McBryde, at McBryde.
Koloa will tangle with Lihue at
Lihue and although the Koloa boys
lost last week to Makaweli, they are
not discouraged but will come right
back to battle with the leaders. Li
hue is out to win. as they believe
that Makaweli will give McBryde a
good battle and they will have an
apportunlty to step to first place.
Makaweli meets McBryde at Ele
ele and is out for blood.. They claim
thut they are well started now and
they are on their way to the top.
The last victory of McBryde over
them does not bother them as they
claim that they did not have their
full strength in the field. With Jim
my Carmichael and Marcellino back
in the game they expect to mako the
Scots take the short end of the score
for the first time this season. Mc
Bryde realizes that they will have
to extend themselves to win and do
not intend to be caught napping.
A big three-ring smoker will be
held in Waimea on January 14, nt
tho Waimea hall.
Four three-round bouts betwei.il
glove champions of Eleele , Kekalia,
Makaweli and Waimea are on the list
One five-round heavyweight bout be
twoen Pedro of Kekaha and Al
fonso of Makaweli promises to be
an active one.
Tight-wire walking, Japanese wrest
ling matches and fencing duels be
tween district champions will also be
features of the evening.
The cap of the smoker will be the
battle royal for a 25 purse. No
limit as to weight, height, age, race,
temper or previous condition of serv
itude. The last man standing gets
the $25. This last will be refereed
by three officials.' The entire per
formance will be under the manage
ment of the Waimea Pep Club of
the Y. M. C. A.
Miss Elsie Wilcox, school commis
sioner, Miss B. Hundley, supervising
principal, Mr. Pugh, vocational super
visor, and Charles Loomis, of the V.
2,1. C. A., of Honolulu, were visitors
A new course of study is being
planned by the board of education
which will be tried out on every is
land, and our school has been select
ed to undergo the initial test. The
new course will be a study of the
various lines of industry in the Ha
Examinations were completed last
week and we made a rather t fine
record during one of the examination
clays, when twelve of our twenty-one
rooms showed a perfect attendance.
Our enrollment is now 734 com
pared with C91 in September.
The cup given by the Kauai Cham
ber of Commerce for winning the
boys' playground ball championship
this year, arrived last week, beauti
The play given on December 3rd
netted our school a profit of approx
Our kitchen is running along in
order and will return a profit for
the "stockholders" at the end of the
term. These profits have enabled us
to buy 283 pounds of candy and 900
apples for Christmas.
That new gate of ours now has
a coat of black paint.
The Misses Schuchholz, Murphy
and Irvin are planning to tour the
Island of Hawaii and take in the
volcano at Kilauea during the com
ing vacation. Madame Pele will no
doubt welcome their visit and might
even entertain them with some spe
cial fireworks .
Miss Brady intends to entertain
some of her Honolulu friends at
home. Miss Alice Wong will visit
her parents in Honolulu, and Mr.
Prigge has stated that he is going
to fish for big game along the shores
Kev. Royal G. Hall addressed the
Junior high school Wednesday at 9:-
30. His subject was "Lessons From
the Life of Theodore Roosevelt."
The following teachers expect to
spend the holidays in Honolulu: Mrs.
Sneed, Miss Fryer, Miss Weller. :
Miss Barlow will go to the moun
tains as tho guest of Dr. and Mrs.
tieorgo 1!. Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. St-s-Hions
will spond a few day's at the
mountain home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Rev. Carver will deliver the Christ
mas speech on Friday, after which
the following program will be given:
Song and Recitation Grade 1.
Recitation and Songs Rec. A.
Christmas Song Grade 5 A-
Recitation by all "Away in a Man
ger" Grade 5-A.
Recitation, "What Christmas Is"
Song, "Noel," by class Grade B B.
Playlet, "The Guiding Candle"
Recitation and Song Grade 3-A.
Recitation and Song Grade 2.
Song "Come Mother Ye Children"
Song, "Hark the Heralds" School.
The basketball season for the Ka
uai high school girls began with
enthusiasm last Thursday in the
armory when enough candidates for
eight teams came out for practice.
The present sophomore class- holds
the trophy but they will find in the
other classes three teams who are
determined to capture it, if numbers
and zeal are any indication. It may
be necessary however to organize in
the school a second league consist
ing of teams other than class teams
in order that every girl who wants
to play basketball may have the
Two nurses, evidently finding time
upon their hands .betook themselves
to Hanalei beach last Tuesday.
One of them having succumbed to
the soothing ripples of the water
went off to sleep in the car. The air
doubtless had a contrary effect upon
her companion, who being invigorat
ed by the ozone decided upon a more
active recreation, and taking advan
tage of her friend's slothfulness, en
tered the tempting surf to swim. She
had not not ventured out very far
before she heard several cries of
warning from the wharf, and signals
being made for her to come out of
the water. It was learned that a
shark had been sighted in the vi
cinity. Meanwhile, her friend was
sleeping, and was astonished to see
the dathly white face of her com
panion upon awakening and to learn
of the recent danger.
It would be amusing to know how
this episode appears in their reports!
Same might create some interest at
the next Social Service workers
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