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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1922
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The Wailua "Y" Club of Kapaa
held Its first social gathering on
last Wednesday evening at the
Olohena school room. The pro
gram was in charge of the social
committee of which Howard Young
is the chairman, and be It said
right now that great credit must
be given him for putting up such
a nifty program. All agreed that
they had a good time.
After the regular duties of the
Club were performed the committee
took charge and things then began
to hum, buzz and roar. The pro
gram opened with the singing of
such popular airs as the Battle
Hymn of the Republic, Swanee
River and other old favorites. Mr.
Santos then gave a short talk on
the benefits of athletics. Mr. Hong
Lum then followed this inspiring
talk with an ukulele solo to which
the audience gave their ears and
everything. A thundering applause
greeted the completion of the solos
and several encores had to be re
sorted to before the audience had
any sort of satisfaction. Mr. Dole
then gave an account of the Oregon-Navy
football game, describing,
as only an enthusiastic fan can,
the spectacular plays, the smash
ing attact and the stone-wall de
fense of the Oregonians. The talk
made a number of us a bit home
sick, but we soon got over it as a
game of pull-across was next sta
ged. Tai Bun Hee and S. Ozakl
tied for first honors. The"1 game of
hot-hand followed for the next 15
Refreshments were then served
after which the singing of Aloha
Oe brought the very enjoyable eve
ning to a close,
Hl-Y CLUBS FRATERNIZE
An evening of fun and fellowship
was enjoyed by the members of
the respective Hl-Y clubs of Koloa
and Lihue, last Friday evening.
The fracas began when the Ko
loa boys landed at the armory and
after greetings were exchanged,
chose a team amply fortified with
the sporting spirit it not in the
lore of basketball, to measure jumps
with representatives of the Dormi
tory. A promiscuous assortment of po
sitions was soon completed by the
captains, Tachabana and Yokomoto,
and for the next half hour the
time keeper forgot to watch his
watch Referee Fern besides per
forming the usual chores of an of
ficial in that position,- impartially
suggested ways and means by which
the bunny-hug, half-nelson and other
new block and tackle tactics might
be eliminated with beneficial re
sults to the technique of the game.
Every basket made was literally
earned by the sweat of some, fellow's
brow. If the Individual stars were
mentioned every member of both
teams would have to be Included.
It was a fast, friendly game, both
sides were victors because they
played their best, although the dor
mitory fellows annexed the more
Adjournment was then made to
the social hall of the - dormitory
where the less strenuous but equally
exciting games of thread the nee
dle, tight rope walking, and parlor
base ball were played.
The kaukau committee headed by
Eddie Kam were enthusiastically
greeted as they appeared with well
filled pitchers of lemonade and
plates of cookies and cakes.
Following the eats a short resume
of the activities which have been
participated in by the respective
clybs was given, followed by short
talks from the Koloa club leaders,
Dr. A. H. Waterhouse and Rev. R.
At parting, greetings were ex
changed, the expressed thought of
one fellow was echoed by all: "This
Hl-Y Club work gives the fellows
a chance to have a good time and
get acquainted that nothing else
WAIMEA PEP CLUB
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With the holiday season and the
athletic night which took the time
of some members of the club, con
signed to the archives of history,
the members of the Walmea Pep
Club have outlined a program for
the next few weeks which will in
clude activities of an educational
This week's meeting, besides the
regular business session has as its
leading feature a talk on "Conser
vation" by Thorvald Brandt. This
will be in accord with the world
wide stress which is being placed
upon the Idea of thrift this week.
Mr. Brandt, out of his long experi
ence in the business and the bank
ing world, will have many valuable
pointers to bring the fellows.
Next week will be a preliminary
tryout for a regular debate on the
subject, "Resolved four years of tra
vel are of more educational value
than four years In high school." The
membership of the club has been
equally divided on the affirmative
and negative sides of the question.
After the try out three speakers
from each side will be chosen to
present their argument in the final
The division of the subject as out
lined by the opposing teams had all
the earmarks of a real debate. Any
way. It will be something different
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