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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 07, 1922, Page 3, Image 3',
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TIIH OARDKN ISLAND. TUHXMAY, FKI.IU'ARY 7. 1922
Big Crowd Sees Fast
LIhue defeated Makawell at the
Llhue armory last Wednesday ev
ening in the greatest game ot bas
ketball ever played on Kauai. The
final score was 44 to 41.' It was
the largest crowd that ever attend
ed a basketball game on Kauai and
they all rooted hard for their favor
ite team to win.
The playing of both teams made
a great many converts for the gam 3
and interest was stimulated in the
sport. Persons who were seeing
their first game quickly caught on
to the idea of the game and were
The game opened with the strong
est line-ups of both teams in th-3
game i as both were out to win.
Both, teams . Jought bard and al
though the first part of the gams
was rough and fouls frequent, it
was not long before Referee Mark
well had the game going good.
Makawell gave their rooters a fin?
chance to cheer by getting the first
basket almost ' immediately after the
whistle blew. .Lihue did not linger
long and soon were in the lead,
from Which place they neyer slippel
although Makawell pressed them
real close in the last quarter ami
came within one point of tying it
Llhue led at the end of the first
quarter by the score of 11 to 5, and
maintained their pace, leading at
half time by . 26 to 15. Makawell
came back in the third quarter with
a rush and fought hard, but were on
ly able to gain two points on Lihue
with the score of 37 to 26 in Lihue'a
favor. Makawell started out to make
f up for lost time in the last quarter
and soon gave the Lihue fans heart
failure by getting four baskets in a
row before Lihue got one. - Llhue
then dropped one through and a
free throw gave them a three point
lead which they held until the end
of the game. The .final - whistle had
a mighty cheerful ring for Llhue, as
Makawell was going strong.
Damkroger was easily the Maka
well . star-, making 25 of Makaweli's
40 points. Marcallino was the de
fensive star, holding Captain Lane
1 of Lihue to two baskets. Fernandez
was the Lihue star, getting ten
feild goals, while Longstreth starred
on defensibe when he held Beecroft
to one lonely basket for the even
ing. The score:
LIHUE G FG G
Lane, f .2 0 ' ' 0
Fernandez, f .' .'...10 0 0
Wedemeyer, c :.; 3 0 3
Longstreth, g 0 0 2
Fern., g 2 10 2
KAUAI HIGH 46; WAIMEA 5
Kauai High took Waimea Into
camp last Saturday night nt Maka
veil defeating them easily by the
t core of 46 to 5 The high school
boys played great basketball t'O'h
on tte defense und offense. The
vork of the guards was especially
r.i.tifodble when they held the fast
Waimim forwards for one ficil foal
luring the game
GAMES THIS WEEK
Hanapepe will meet Makawell in
the first game of the second round
at the Makawell court on Wednes
dav evenine and Makawell should
have little trouble with the tailend
Waimea will travel to Lihue the
same night and as the Waimea team
has greatly improved and are play
ing a good game, should give 'the
Liliue team a good run although the
Lihue boys Bhould win according to
past performances. Lihue is not go
ing to be overconfident and will
play their best.
On Friday night Lihue will meet
Kauai high school team at the ar
mory and a good game should be
the result. The high school boys
have a fast team and will make
their heavier opponents hustle to
Monday night finds Hanapepe and
Waimea tangling on the Makaweli
court. Hanapepe is bound to defeat
the Waimea boys this time and are
out to win. Waimea is after third
place In the league and cannot af
ford to lose any games
The second run of the Kauai Bas
ketball League is as follows:
February 8 Waimea vs. Lihue
February 8: Makaweli vs. Hana
pepe at Makawell.
February 10: Kauai High vs. Li
hue at ' Lihue.
February 10: Hanapepe vs. Wai
mea at Makaweli.
February 15: Makaweli vs. Wai
mea at Makawell.
February 15: Lihue vs. Hanapepe
February 17: Makaweli vs Kauai
High at Lihue.
February 18: Kauai High vs. Ha
napepe at Makawell.
February 24: Waimea vs,
High at Lihue.
February 25 :
Popcer fans have been ti'kin bf
a f;&me between an all Haoa team
and an all Hawaiian team. 1 1! ho-
o' hf.ve announced their willing
nos. to play and it is now u.i Ic
the Hawallans. Both could ;ut up
a fart team in the field anl Miuiild
put up a good game.
': hr Hawaiian team would .
strong on defense while ths hiolos
wou.d have a btrong forward iine.
Uither team would be able to (lb
feat any of the teams that p ay id
in the league.
ri he Hawaiians would hav i Wai
laeale, Schimmel Phennlg, .vlock-
sing, Palama, and Pehu m their
forward line with Makanani. Ataka
and Kealoha in the back half of I he
line and the Lihue fullbacks and
coal keeDor. Fountain. Lovell and
The haoles would have Jamioton,
D. Sinclair, Bill Sinclair, Kay, Car
michael and Fernandes to pick
their forwards from. Breckenridgo,
Duncan, Bedell and Smoke, for half
hnrka. Glaisver and Brenham for
fulls, and Marcallino for goal.
The singles elimination trophy
won by Foster Horner last year has
arrived and is now on exhibition
at the Lihue Store. This trophy must
be won three times before becom
ing a permanent possession. It will
lie contested for this year and some
real good tennis should be the re
sult. East side tennis enthusiasts are
out already limbering up. Sunday nt
Makawell Dwight Baldwin, Dr. Glais
yer, Dr. Dunn, Wilson Cannon, Lind
say Faye and Purser King of the
Hyades put on some fast tennis.
H. LAWS OBJECTS TO
WHARF ROOF CONTRACT
ROD AND GUN
17 10 7
MAKAWELI G FG F
Beecroft, f ... 1 0 3
Auld, f 6 0 2
Damkroger, c 11 3 5
Marcallino, c 1 0 1
0 0 4
Baldwin, g 0 0 0
Makawell vs. Lihue
Eighty-five cock pheasants were
brought to Kauai through the efforts
of the Kauai Fish and Game Club,
were released by members of the
club last week. The pheasants were
shipped from Oregon and held In
Honolulu until the season closed.
The original amount totaled 100 but
15 of the birds were donated by
Kauai to the territorial Fish and
Game Commission to assist them in
starting a game farm on Oahu.
Mr. Brandt supervised the releas
ing of the birds In the Waimea dis
trict, Dr. Dunn in Makaweli, Dr.
Waterhouse in Koloa, Dr. Kuhns
and Eddy Fountain in Lihue, Jack
Horner and Fred Trowbridge in Ka
waihau, and Mr. Menefoglio and
Walter Sanborn in Hanalei.
The club has also arranged for
the imnortation of twenty dozen
Arizona quail which will arrive eith
er in the late spring or early fall
This type of quail are said to roost
in trees which will be an advantage
as the worst enemies of the quail
are the rat and the wild cat. They
will be quite a bit more difficult
to stalk If they roost In trees.
KEALIA WINTER LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
W L Pet.
Sunrise 4 1 800
Mill 4 1 800
Beach House 2 3 400
Kealia 0 6 000
Sunrise 4; Beach House 2.
Mill 9; Kealia 4.
The Sunrise and the Mill both
held their positions in the Kealia
Winter League by winning their
games. The Sunrise had a battle
on their hands but managed to win
out. Greorio pitched nice ball ag
ainst the Sunrise, but poor support
cost him the game. Yoshioka heav
ed for the Sunrise and deserves a
great deal of credit for the victory.
The Mill team had very little
ing contractor, has announcerahrtC-
Howard Lnws wpll known root
ing contractor, has announced his
intention to protest the action of
the harbor board in awarding to
Ralph Woolley the contract for con
structing roofs on Piers 8, 9, and 10.
The protest, according to the Star
Bulletin, grows out of the fact that
the board awarded the contract to
Woolley on conditions that he em
ploy Peter Higgins, for many years
in the roofing business here, to lay
the roof, which moans that Woolley
could undertake the contract only
by employing Higgins.
FIFTH FLOOR OF BANK
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Next Sunday the Mill will play
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A four team junior league that
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Lihue next Sunday. The four teams
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Next Sunday the Hanamaulu team
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The American Legion indoor base
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at the Lihue baseball diamond next
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Burns is captain of the Kealia team
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