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Till? HARDEN ISLAND, TFESDAV. FKltlit'AHY 1 1. 1!i22
KAUAI BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
Kauai High 2
The Llhue tenm defeated the K;i
ual high school at the armory la: t
Saturday night in the fastest gums
of basketball ever played In Llhuo.
The final score was 37 to 34 an 1
it was a battle from start to fin
ish. The high school started out like
a house a fire ( rolling three bas
kets before the Llhue boys ro.Ie 1
one. The Lihue boys braced a b:t
but the high school boys kept riglt
on going. The first quarter foun 1
the high school in the lead with 14
to 8 score.
Tiny in the second quarter was
fist and furious with the high
KEALIA WINTER LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
V L Tct.
Mill 5 1 833
Sunrise 5 1 833
Deach Houso 2 4 333
Kealia 0 6 000
The Mill and Sunrise teams tied
for first place in the Kealia Winter
League and it is now necessary
for a play-off to bo played to decide
the championship of the second
The Mill had very little trouble
with the Beach houso and won In
The score RUE
Mill 9 8 2
Beach House 3 6 4
Raltorles Mil): Rapoza and Bar
rete. Beach House: Grogorio and
The Sunrise made sure of the tie
by taglng no chances
Some very good tennis was play
ed at the Sloggctt court on Sunday
afternoon when Caleb Burns and
Jim Corstorphine met Frank Burns
and K. C. Hopper in some doubles.
Caleb Burns and Jim Corstorphine
won two out of three, 6J, 8-6, 4-0.
The Burns Brothers will make a
mighty strong team In any doubles
tournament that Is pulled oft this
years as they show they have played
together quite a bit and have very
good team work.
SHOMIZU WINS SINGLE
SETS; LOSES DOUBLES
school holding the advantage. The I w i t h the tailenders their
Lihue forwards seemed to have quite
a bit of difficulty finding the bas
ket, while the high school forwards
were dropping them in from all
angles. The score at the end of
the first half was 22 to 14 with the
high school on the long end. The
high school rooters were jubilant
and keep singing and cheering
their team on.
Christian replaced Wedemeyer at
center for Llhue at the beginning
' of the third quarter and Lihue took
a decided brace. They started forc
ing the play for the first time and
began to creep up on the high
school. The score at the end of
the third quarter was 28 to 24 with
tho Kauai high Bchool in the lead.
Lihue fought for all they were
worth in the last period and after
five minutes of play had the scora
tied at 32 all. The high school got
a field goal putting them in ths
lead but almost immediately after
Christian dropped one through that
tied it up again. Lane shot a goal
that rolled around the rim before
dropping through, giving all the
Lihue rooters heart failure. Thl3
put Llhue two points in the lead. A
free throw that was converted just
as the whistle blew gave them one I
The' game was fast and inclined
to be rough but the roughness was
due to over-anixiety and there was
no personal element in it. Tho
school boys certainly threw a scare
Into the Lihue team and played
great basketball all the way thru.
Some of the fans that saw the
game was under the opinion that
Lihue was over confident and did
not rate the high school boys vory
high, but . such was not the case.
The Lihue team was worried be
fore the game started as they knaw
that the high school has made a
great deal of improvement in tho
laHt few weeks.
Christian was the Lihue star, pet
ting five baskets in the last half
and bolstering up the offensive of
his team in great shape. Lydg-.te,
Camura and Ernest Wedemeyer all
starred for the high school on of
fense, while Cheatham was the de
fensive star, holding Fernandes to
LIHUE G FG F
Lane .. f 6 0 1
Fernandes I 2 0 3
Wedemeyer . . . . c 0 0 0
Christian c 5 0 r
Crawford B 0 0 1
Fern g 6 1 0
strongest team against them. The
result was never in doubt, tho Sun
rise winning 11 to 4.
The score: ' R. H E
Sunrise 11 9 3
Kealia 4 5 6
Batteries: Yoshioka and Hashi
mota; rablo nnd Rofino.
The Sunrise and tho Mill will
meet in the first game that will de
cide the championship round next
Sunday. The Mill has shown a great
deal of improvement and will give
the Sunrise which are the favorites
a goo.! race.
the fust quarter was 7 to G. Kapaa
was rtill leading at the end of the
first half, .the score being 13 to 12.
At tho end of the third quarter the
score was 18 all. In the last quar
ter Li'.iue took a spurt and ran up
eight baskets while she was ' mak
The score :
LIHUE G FG G
Fernandes f 5 0 0
Sadao 0 0 0
Santos f 1 0 0
Christian f 7 4 ' 0
Wedemeyer . . . . c 2 0 0
Morgan g 0 0 3
Longstrcth g 0. 0 2
Crawford g 0 0 0
15 4 6
KAFAA G FG F
Yoshida f 1 0 0
Hee f 3 1 6
Ernest f2 0 0
Richardson .. .. c 2 1 2
Rodrigues g 1 0 1
Amalu g 0 0 1
18 1 6
KAUAI HIGH O FG F
Lydgate . I 7 0 0
Caniaura 5 4 1
Wedemeyer .. .. c 2 0 1
Cheatham g 0 0 1
Siniehl g 1 0 0
Shinkichi g 0 0 0
15 4 3
Makawell swamped Ilanapepe at
Makaweli community house last
Wednesday evening by the one-sided
score of 80 to 24. Hanapcpo never
had a chance while Makaweli rolled
baskets at will.
LIHUE AND KAPAA
PLAY PRACTICE GAME
Lihue and Kapaa played a prac
tice game at the Llhuo armory on
Monday night, Lihue finally win
iinir nut nftpr a hard battle. The
final score was 34 to 20.
Kapaa gave the Lihue team n
good run and with a litlo more prac
tice will be one of the best teams
on the island. Kapaa took tho lead
In the first quarter and hold It tor
two periods. The score at the end of
' 9 2
LIHUE JUNIOR LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs.
Kapaia .. 1
Hauamaulu 0 I
The Suniiso and the Kapaia teams
started the Lihue Junior League
with a perfect score, both winning
their games. The Sunrise won their
game through a forfeit, although
they were leading at the time the
game was forfeited by the score
of 9 to 3.
It was in tho fifth inning of their
gamo with the Filipinos that the
row started. One of the Filipino
players hit a home-run in far right
field, but in his anxiety to "score
missed second baso. The umpire
saw him cut out the bag and the
shortstop of the Sunrise did also.
He called for the ball and torched
the bag and the runner was called
out. The Filipinos then got arbitrary
and Btated that if the Sunrise did
not allow the run they would not
play any longer. The umpire und
tho Sunrise refused to grant the
concession, and the Filipinos picked
up their bats and left the feild.
If the Filipino players think that
they are going to get very far with
such school boy tactics they are
quite mistaken, as such actions will
not be countenanced by the league
officials one minute. The league of
ficials should give the Filipinos one
more chance but tell them that if
they forfeit one more that they
are pau with the league. There is
no room in Llhue for athletos who
refuse to ho governed by tho rules
and tho sooner the Filipinos find it
out the better it will be for them
and their sports.
The K;naia team had vory little
trouble with the Hauamaulu team
although Hauamaulu fell for the of
ferings of Fred Fernndes In the first
inning and four runs were batted
in before the smoke was cleared a
way. After that inning Kapaia
started in and made a runaway of It.
Zenso Shimlzu, the Japanese ten
nls star, who arrived in Honolulu
by the Talyo Marti last week, ex
hibited his tennis skill at the Berc
tanla courts when he played ag
ainst the Hawaiian champions.
The first set was played against
William H. Hoogs. Hoogs had 4-1 on
the Japanese wizard, who finally
won out 7-5. He beat VanDyke Johns
0-1. giving Johns the fourth game.
In the doubles the visitor did not do
so well even with William M. Ek
lund, Hawaiian champion, as his
partner.' Hoogs antl Johnson won
the first set 6-4 and the second set
The Japanese tennis player accom
panied by his bride, continued his
voyage to San Francisco on the
Taiyo Maru. Shimlzu is connected
with the Mitsui firm in New York.
In Volley Ball
The Kauai Public School Athletic
League has just Issued its schedule
for the volley ball contests of tho
spring term. The schedule, as giv
en below, presents some radical
changes in the grouping of schools
and In the number of games to be
played, with a view to bringing a
bout competition between more ev
enly matched teams only and ' to
allow more tlins for the develop
ment of secondary teams within
The effort to train up more child
ren at each school ill not be con
fined to practice games only, for
every school is being asked by the
league to try out the athletic badge
tests of the Playground and- Re
creational Association of America.
Every child in the grades above the
fourth can enter.
The first group of tests only will
be tried out this year. These con
sist of boys in the pull-up , 4 times;
standing broad jump, 5 ft. 9 In.;
60 yard dash, 8 3-5 seconds; and
for the girls in a standard all-Indian
club race or potato race in 30
seconds and 4 seconds; basketball
goal throwing, 2 goals, 6 trials, and
balancing, 24 ft. 2 trials.. Upon the
completion of this work the an
nual field day in Juno will round
out the work of the year.
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
Waimea vs. Kekaha, at Waimea,
Makaweli vs. Waimea, at Maka
weli, March 3.
Makaweli vs. Kekaha, at Kekaha.
Eleele vs. Kalahoo, at Eleelo, on
Koloa vs. Kaluheo, at Kalahco,
Koloa vs. Eleele, at Koloa, March
1. Huleia vs. Hanamaulu. at Hule-
ia, Feb. 24.
2. Lihue vs. Kapaa, at Kapaa
Winners of 1 vs. winners of 2, at
Lihue, March 10.
Croup I J
Anahola, at llanalei,
A handicap tournament was hold
at the Wailua golf course Sunday
morning and Caleb Burns turned in
low score. He turned In gross 62
which Is a mighty good score for a
man playing his second game of
golf. Dan Arcia had a fifty, Miller
a fifty-three Corstorphine a fifty
three and Spalding a fifty-one. Of
the sub-golfers. Kngk-hard had a
sixty-one, Bodrcrn a sixty-one, while
Casey Hopper startled everyone, in
cluding himself, by turning In a fif
ty. The engine chokes when the car
goes too slow. What we need Is nn
appliance to choke the driver when
he goes too fast. Trinidad (Colo.)
"Yassuh, muh Sambo am a perfect
gemmum. even if we-nll do get Into
a spat now nn ngin. Yassuh, he
nevah hits mo where it shows."
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hue, Kauai, Thursday, February 23,
1922 at 2:30 p. m.
Lihue, Kauai, Feb. 7, 1922.
K. C. HOPPER,
All members of the Catholic Bur
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present at a meeting to be held at
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2lith. K-22 at 2:30 p. m.
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