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THK OAKDKX INLAND. TUKSOAY. .JANTAlJY 1!C2
KAUAI SOCCER LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
W L T Pts.
Llhue 5 0 4 14
McBryde 4 0 5 13
41 Makaweli 2. 5 2 6
Koloa 0 6 3 3
Llhua won the 1922 championship
ol the Kauai Soccer League when
they defeated Makaweli by the
score of 2 to 0 at Eleele last Sunday
McBryde had Just defeated Ko
loa when the Llhue team took the
field to play Makaweli and it was
necesary for the Lihue team to
take the championship. If they lost
it meant that McBryde won the cup
and If they tied Makaweli it meant
that McBryde and Lihue would be
tied for first place.
The game without a doubt was
one of the best of the year, both
teams fighting hard for the edge.
Lihue had the wind at their backs
the first half and pressed Maka
weli hard. Excellent work by Glais
yer, Breckenridge and Bomke pre
. vented Lihue from scoring before
they did. After 20 minutes of play
in the first half the Lihue forwards
brought the ball down the field and
Sadao on the wing centered the ball
and Kuhlman kicked a nice goal.
Makaweli threatened several times
in this half, Carmichael and Cat
ton forcing the fighting for the Ma
kaweli forwards. Fast work by Foun
tain and Lovell kept the Lihue
The second half saw Makaweli
open up their defensive work and
they kept the Lihue fullbacks in
hot water. Time after time the Li
hue backs were forced to kick the
ball over the back line to prevent
Makaweli from scoring.
Makaweli had several corner kicks
from these tactics but Lihue seem
ed uncanny in their efforts to get
the ball out of danger after these
The ball see-sawed from one end
of the field to the other, with one
goal in danger at one moment and
then the backs would boot the ball
out of danger and the forwards
would carry the ball down the field
and press the other goal.
Lihue scored their second and last
Ogoal in the last few minutes of
play. Fernandos carried the ball
down the field and when tackled by
the fullback passed to Jamieson woo
shot the goal.
The game was exceptionally clean
there being very little rough work
and most of that unintentional.
Both teams played hard and it must
be said for Makaweli that they were
handicapped by the absence of four
. of their regular players. If Maka
weli had been able to put their
strongest line up into the game the
story might have been different.
Makaweli: Catton, outside right;
Carmichael. inside right; Bedell,
center forward; Baldwin, inside left;
Schumacher, outside left; Bomke,
right half; Breckenridge, center
half; Beecroft, left half; Kanakakai,
left full; Claisyer, Capt., right full;
Lihue: Sadao. outside right; Jam
ieson, inside right; Kuhlman, center
forward; Schumacher, inside left;
Fernandes, outside left; Ataka, right
half; Makananl, center half; Kealo.
ha, left half; Fountain, right full;
Lovell, left full; Christian goal.
4 ( 4
McBRYDE 2; KOLOA 0
McBryde and Koloa played the
firsit gume of the double header at
Eleele and McBryde won after a
Koloa played the best game that
they have played this season and
they kept the McBryde supporters
worried with their speedy tactics.
McBryde scored in the first half af
ter about 25 minutes of play by a
beautiful shot by Kay. Their sec
ond came in the second half from
a penalty kick. Waialaeale Costa
and Caesar starred for Koloa, while
thu two Sinclairs, Duncan. Kay and
Bi-onham starred for McBryde.
Even with the threatening and un
certain weather last Sunday an un
usually large crowd of players were
out on the Wallua course. No excep
tional scores were made, although
some very good golf was played.
Mr. Miller turned in a forty-eight
whilo Dan Arcia turned in a forty
six. Dan's forty-five is still the low
score for the course.
KAUAI BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
W L Pet.
Lihue 3 0 1000
Makaweli 3 0 1000
Kauai High 1 2 333
Waimea 1 2 333
Hanapepe 0 4 000
HANAPEPE KAUAI HIGH
Hanapepe put u pa better game
against the Kauai High but this
vr,s marred by the rough playing
of Betsui of Hanapepe. He was
disqualified by Referee Kuhlman
afier being warned tjvice, for un
Hanapepe seemed able to find
thj basket better and Nakashima
w;'.s very accurate, throwing free
throws, making seven out of ten
Lydgate and Camura starred for
the righ school, while Nakashima
was the star for Hanapepe. The
final score was 29 to 13.
G. FG. F. 1
Lydgate. f 4 1 2
Camura, f 5 4 0
Wedemeyer, c 2 0 4
Cheatham, g 0 0 3
Sinichi, g 1 0 1
Moragne, g 0 0 1
Robinson, g 0 0 0
ablo to do much against the Lihue
G. FG. F.
Fernandes f 14 2 0
Sadao f 3 1 0
Wedemeyer . . . . c 6 3 3
Longstrcth .. .. g 0 0 2
Crawford g 0 0 2
Santos f 3 0 0
Morgan g 1 0 2
G. FG. F.
Nakashima . . .. f ' 0 0 0
Ohama f 1 0 2
Betsui c 2 3 2
Watase .. g 0 0 4
Kuohi g 0 0 1
Moura g 0 0 0
Referee, Murkwell. Umpire, Kuhl
man. MAKAWELI WAIMEA
Makaweli swamped Waimea in
the same style, winning easily by
the one-sided score of 52 to 12.
Waimea made a spurt and was
leading the first quarter but Ma
kaweli soon got her stride and
were never headed.
Makaweli Forwards, Baldwin and
Beecroft; centers, Auld and Dam
kroger; guards, Beam and Marcal
lino. Waimea Forwards, Ferrelra
and Fernandes; center. Prince;
guards, Oyama and Yoshimatsu.
MAKAWELI 30 KAUAI HI 16
Another player of high caliber has
been added to the local tennis col
ony by the acceptance of a position
in the Bank of Hawaii, of W. G. Bal
this, formerly of Honolulu. Mr. Bal
this was entered in the last series
that was held in Honolulu and got
as far as the semi-finals, being el
iminated by Van Dyke Johns, the
runner-up. In the doubles he was
paired with Parker and they play
ed Eklund and Castle for the cham
pionship, the latter winning after
some very hot tennis.
With Caleb Burns and Balthls as
additions to the tennis sharps on
the island, local tennis fans are
looking forward to some mighty
good tennis this summer.
MRS. E. S. SWAN GIVES
AFTERNOON Or BRIDGE
12 4 11
G. FG. F.
Ohama, f 2 0 3
Nakashima, f 0 7 0
Betsui, c. 0 0 3
Watase . g 0 0 1
Kaohi, g 1 0 4
Moura, c 0 0 0
3 7 11
Libue had an easy time with
Hanapepe at Llhue last Wednes
day evening in the Kauai Basket
ball League, winning in a hollow
fashion by the score of 60 to 9. Li
hue was never in danger and Long
Sireth and Crawford held the Ha
napepe forwards helpless while
Fernandes and Wedemeyer piled up
the points. Betsui and Nakashima
played good basketball but were un-
Makaweli defeated Kauai High in
a game that was marked by the
rough playing of both teams. Both
teams played hard and very few
fouls were called.
Makaweli led at half time by the
score of 16 to 13. In the second half
Makaweli stepped out and made 14
points while the best the high
school could do was three.
Makaweli: Beecroft and fcAuld, for
wards; Damkroger, center; Beam,
and' Marcallino., guards.
Kauai high: 'Camura and Lydgate,
forwards; Wedemeyer, center, Cheat
ham and Cinichi, guards.
GAMES THIS WEEK
Mrs. E. Swan gavo amost enjoy
able bridge party last Tuesday af
ternoon in honor of Mian Frances
Farrington fo Honolulu and Miss
Edith Rice of Lihue. Seven tables
of bridge kept the party well en
tertained until late in tho afternoon.
During tho refreshments it was
announced that Mrs. Lane of Lihue
and Mrs. Hagood of Kealia were
tied for first honors. Cutting the
cards proved that airs. Hagood was
the afternoon's favorite of Dame
Fortune. Mrs. Case went home much
consoled for her low score by her
THE CASES GIVE AN
EVENING OF BRIDGE
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Case of Li
hue entertained a number of their
friends last Friday night at an in
formal bridge party. After the 20
guests had done full justice to the
bridge and the refreshments, the
rugs were rolled back and the player-piano
started. An hour of danc
ing was a fitting climax to a very
Makaweli vs. Lihue
The most important game of the
first round in the basketball league
will take place at the Lihue arm
ory on Wednesday night when Li
hue meets Makaweli. Both teams
have won all their games and the
winner will be undisputed leader of
th6 league for the first round.
KAUAI HIGH VS. WAIMEA
On Friday night Kauai High will
meet Waimea at the Makaweli com
munity house court. These two
teams will fight it out for third
place. This should be a fast game
as the two teams are on a par. The
high school made a better showing
against Makaweli and seems to have
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moragno en
tertained the Lihuo high and the
Lihue grammar school teachers last
Friday night at a bridge party. The
fact that tho men were in the min
ority worried neither the inusculiue
nor feminine players. Leaving at a
late hour, all gave the good old of
ficial vote that "a good time was
had by all."
Dr. and Mrs.-R. H. Hagood gave
an informal dinner last Saturday ev
ening at their home in Kealia in
honor of Miss Edith Rice and MibS
Frances Farrington of Honolulu.
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On January, 3, 1922, Governor
Wallace R. Farrington sined tho in
corporation papers tor the Kauai
Public Library Association, Limit
ed. The library board is going to
meet with the supervisors tomorrbw
afternoon for tho purpose of per
fecting plans for the operation of
The library board consists of
Frank Crawford, president; Mrs.
Clara E. Brandt, vice president; R.
W. Bayless. secretary and II. T. Bar
clay, treasurer. Other members o'f
tho committee are Mrs. Mabel P.
Waterhouse, J. M. Lydgato and Win.
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