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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1922
8TANDINQ OF CLUBS
W. It. T.
Makaweli .... 2
LIHUE 3 KOLOA O
Lihue and McDryde maintained
their relative positions In the soc
cer league when Koloa was defeat
ed by Lihue and Makawell went
down to defeat before the Scots.
Lihue played Koloa at Koloa and
had little trouble in winning, al
though Koloa put up a hard battle.
Lihue scored two goals In about the
first ten minutes of the play and
scored the third about five minutes
During the second half a heavy
shower came up and made the play
almost impossible but as there was
apparently no sign 'of a let up the
two captains decided to continue
play. As the field became very slip
pery play was very ragged and
spills were frequent.
Captain Waialeale was the star
for Koloa while Kuhlman and Ke
aloha were the Lihue stars.
McBRYDE 2 MAKAWELI 1
McBryde and Makawell played a
fast game at Eleele in spite of the
high wind that was blowing. Mc
Bryde had the wind at their backs
tor the first half and pressed Maka
well hard. The first goal came a
bout 20 minutes after play had start
ed and the second about five min
utes later. Good defensive work by
Marcallino and Captain Glalsyer pre
vented the Scots from running up a
bigger score in this half. Makawell
had two excellent opportunities to
score in the first half but booted
During the second half Makaweli
did most of the forcing and man
aged to score their only goal through
the excellent work of Breckenridge.
Over-anxiousness cost Makaweli an
opportunity to tie the score during
the last few minutes of play.
Bill and Doug. Sinclair were the
stars for McBryde on offense while
Duncan and Brenham starred on de
fense. Jimmy Carmichael and Bed
ell starred in the forward line for
Makawell and Glalsyer and Marcal
lino were the defensive stars.
GAMES NEXT SUNDAY
McBryde meets Koloa at Eleele
in the first game of the double
header that will close the soccer
season. McBryde should win without
any trouble, but Koloa has a habit
of upsetting the dope and might
come through with a surprise for
X.ihue meets Makaweli and must
win this game to take the champion
ship, as they have only a point lead
on McBryde. Makaweli is playing
good football and might upset Li
hue's chances for the cup. Both
teams will have their strongest line
up in the field.
i 1 1 i
Standing of Clubs
Lihue 2 0 1000
Makaweli 1 0 1000
Waimea 1 1 500
Kauai High 0 1 000
rfanauepe - 0 2 000
WAIMEA 37 HANAPEPE 22
Waimea stepped into third place
oy defeating Hanapepe in their sec
ond game at Makawell last Saturday
jvenlng by the score pf 37 to 22
Both teams showed a great deal
jf Improvement over their first
james against Makawell and Lihue
Lihue and Makaweli were the win
ners In te first game of the Kauai
Basketball League at Makawell last
Lihue defeated the fast Weamea
leam In a hurd battle by the score
of 34 to 22. The score at the end
of the first period was seven to
nothing In favor of Lihue. Waimea
look a brace in the second period
and tied the score, the score being
10 all at half time. Both teams bat
tled hard in the third' period, Lihue
taking a slight lead. Score 18 to 16
Lihue then started fast in the last
quarter and was never in danger.
making 16 points while Waimea
was making six. Ferrera and Fer
nandez were the Waimea stars,
while Wedemeyer and Longstreth
starred for Lihue.
. Lihue Lane, Fernandez, Middle-
ton, Sadoa and Santos, forwards;
Wedemeyer and Christian, centers;
Fern, Crawford and Livesey, guards,
Waimea Ferrera, Oyama and Fer
nandez forwards; Prince, center;
Akama and Yoshimitsu, forwards.
Makaweli ran away from Hana
pepe and at no time was in danger.
The final score was 46 to 8. Dam
kroger and Beecroft were the Maka
weli stars, while George Betsul star
red for Hanapepe.
Lihue won their second game
when they defeated Kauai Hi by
the score of 32 to 16. Lihue took
the lead in the first quarter and held
it throughout the game although
the high school threV a scare into
them in the third period. The score
at the end of the first quarter was
11 to 2. The play was about even
in the second quarter, the score at
half time being 18 to 6. The high
school then took a brace and bat-
aled the Lihue boys hard. The score
at the end of the third period was
20 to 14. The Lihue team then came
back in the last period and made
enough points to remove all doubts
from the outcome.
Fernandes and Henry Wedemeyer
were the Lihue stars, while Percy
Lydgate and Ernest Wedemeyer
starred for the high school
The line-up: Lihue Lane, Fern
andes and Mlddleton, forwards; H
Wedemeyer and Christian, centers;
Longstreth, Fern, Santos and Liver
sey Guards. Kauai High Lydgate
and Camura, forwards; E. Wedemey
er, center; Nishimoto, Kam, Robin
son, Piler and Cheatham, guards.
GAMES THIS WEEK
Hanapepe will meet Lihue at Li
hue Wednesday evening In the arm
ory and a good .game should be the
result. Hanapepe showed a great
deal of Improvement In their sec
ond game against Waimea and al
though Lihue should win according
to the dope, a surprise may be in
store for the local boys.
Hanapepe comes over again Fri
day evening and meets the high
school at the armory and a hard
fight is expected. These two teams
are about on a par and should put
up a 'great battle.
Kauai high school travels to Ma
kawell and meets Makaweli on Sat
urday evening on the community
house court. The high school team
give a good account of themselves
against their heavier opponents as
the high school boys have a fast
The Sunrise team Is leading the
Kealla baseball league In the sec
ond series with three wins and no
defeats. The mill team is in second
place with two games won and one
lost, while the beach house team
winners of the first series is in
third place, having lost two games
and won only one. The tailenders
are the Kealla Filipinos who have
not won a game.
STANDING OF CLUBS
W. L. Pet.
Sunrise 3 0 10U0
Mill 2 1 GC7
Beach House 1 2 o33
Kealia 0 3 000
Caleb Burns, who has been ap
pointed manager of Koloa plantation
to succeed Ernest Cropp, will be a
welcome addition to local tennis
circles, as he has an excellent repu
tation as a player on Maui. With
his brother, Frank, who Is now at
Kealia as a team-mate they took
the doubles championship of Maui
in 1919. He also played as substi
tute on the champion Maul polo
team last year.
IMPROVEMENTS ON WAILUA
COLF COURSE CONTINUE
Improvements on the Wallua golf
course continue at a rapid rate,
The fairway to the first hole is com
plete and is in fine condition. The
greens are all coming along fine and
It will only be a short time before
they will all be in excellent shape.
It is the intention of Mr. Spald
ng to change the short fifth hole
soon, as the present one is -only a
temporary proposition. He intends
to make the tee on the hill behind
the fifth hole and put the hole down
in the small valley behind the
sixth tee. This will make it a blind
hole as the player will bo forced
to play over the hill on to the
green. It will be about a full mash-
ie shot. He will make the green a
raised one surounded by a traps.
It will be a par three but will
cause plenty of worry as a slice or
pull will bring plenty of trouble.
The membership of the club is in
creasing and nearly every Sunday
sees a new player out on the course,
Why not have a handicap tourna
ment for all players on the island?
It would help promote interest and
bring out many players who have
The Social Service department of
the Lihue Union church is prepar
ing to produce the famous Gilbert
and Sullivan opera "The Mikado,"
sometime early this year. The cast
ing of the play Is now In progress
and rehearsals will begin at once.
It Is hoped to produce the opera
in the new Memorial parish house
sometime In May or June.
The music class of the Kauai
high school will produce the oper
etta "The Love Pirates of Hawaii"
during the month of March at the
Tip Top theater. The operetta will
be for the benefit of the school li
brary which is in a woeful state.
The principal characters of the
little opera are
Billy Eward Piler.
Pirate chief George Kubokl.
Dorothy Katherine Fernandes.
Miss Primer Elaine Mahikoa.
The boys' chorus will be the chor
us of pirates, while the girls will
be a chorus of Hawaiian girls.
The plot of the operetta Is amus
ing and Interesting, while the mus
ical numbers are pleasing. Rehears
als are being hold regularly and
the results already are very pleas
ing to those in charge. Mr. Doll-
inger Is directing the production.
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gard in which, the late Prince Ku
hlo Kalanlanaolo was held by the
Kauai Teachers' Association ,and as
an expression of deepest sympathy
to his family, the . association has
caused the following resolution to
Whereas, the great and Supreme
Ruler of the Universo, has In His
infinite wisdom, removed from a
mong us an esteemed and noble fel
low citizen, Prince Jonah Kuhio Ka
lanianaole, and whereas, the faitlr
ful relation held with him in ,his
support of public education makes
it emiently befitting that we ac
cord our great respect of him there
fore, Resolved, that the wisdom and
ability which were exercised by the
late Prince in his aid of education
In Hawaii will ever be held in grate
ful remembrance ;
Resolved, that the sudden remov
al of such a life from among our
midst leaves a vacancy and a shad
ow that will be deeply realized by
all the public school teachers of
Kauai and the friends of this asso
ciation; that the Kauai Teachers'
Association extends to the mem
bers of his family its deepest sym
pathy and joins with them in mourn
ing the loss of a most worthy and
Resolved, that a copy of these re
solutions be spread upon the records
of this association, a copy printed
in the local papor, and a copy for
warded to the bereaved family.
KAUAI TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION,
By the President.
Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii.
January 11, 1922.
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