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TITR GARDEN ISLAND, TtTIDAY. FKnKUARY 2S. V.)'22
KAUAI BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
W L Pet.
Llhue 7 o 1000
Makawell 5 2 714
Kauai High 5 3 625
ff Waimea 2 6 333
Hanapepe 0 8 000
Only one game remains to be play
oil in the Kauai Basketball League
and that is the final game between
Lihue and Makawell at the Maki
ewli Community House on Wednes
day evening. This Is by far one of
the most interesting games of tl e
season and will bring out the fai s
from all over the Island.
A proposal has been received
from Honolulu to send a team from
Kauai to represent this Island in
championship elimination tournament
' to be held in Honolulu beginnlrg
March 11th. Teams from all the oti
er Islands will be entered and it
Is hoped that a team to represent
Kauai will be sent to the tournament.
A meeting of the East Kauai Bas
ketball League was held to draw up
a schedule for the season. So far
there are six teams entered Ke-
LIHUE JUNIOR LEAGUE
1 Kapala held the lead in the LI
' hue Junior League by defeating the
I Braves in the last inning by a great
I rally that netted them four runs.
I The Braves had led all the way and
were leading by three runs when
the fatal ninth lolled around. A bat
tllng rally by Knpnin who baited
i the Braves' pitcher all over the lot
j pave them the winning runs.
The score. It H K
Kapala , 10 11 2
Braves 9 10 3
Ilunamaulu managed "to get out
ef the cellar by defeating the Fill
I inos In an uninteresting battle th:tt
was one-sided all the way.
alia, Kapaa, Lihue, Kauai high, Ll
hue Dormitory, and the Lihue Am
erican Legion. Play will start in
this league just as soon as the
schedule can be arranged.
Dr. Leebrick To
Speak At Kapaa
Dr. Carl Leebrick, head of the
history department of the Univer
sity of Hawaii, has been secured to
speak at a meeting to be held in
Knpaa on the evening of Tuesday,
March 7th. His subject will be "The
Citizen and Ills Government." Mem
bers of the American Legion are
helping in the arrangements and
are planning to have the Social
hall of the Hawaiian church filled
to capacity. A delegation of home
steaders from the Wailua district
have spoken for reserve seats
which means, "first come, first serv
ed." The lecture Is under the di
rection of the extension division of
the University of Hawaii. No ad
mission fee will be charged or any
financial obligation of any kind bo
Imposed upon those who attned.
This is nn unusual opportunity
for the people of Kapaa and section
to hear a man of national reputation
speak upon matters of government
which bear upon the life and wel
fare of all who live under the stars
Pass the good news to ' your
neighbor and let the doctor see how
the folks of the island appreciate
something good when they can get
Tuesday night, March 7th. at 7:30
at social hall, Hawaiian church, Kapaa.
THE GIRL FROM GOD'S COUNTRY
A virile, fast moving drama of
the northlands is anounced as the '
feature attraction at the Tip Top
theater for next Sunday, when
"The Girl From God's Country" will
be shown. This picture stars Nell
Shipman, who will be remembered
from her work in "Back In God'tf"
Country" and other thrilling pictures
of the snow country. "The Girl
From God's Country" is a fitting ve
hicle for the talents of this star,
, Ao not only enacted the leading
role, but who also wrote the story
and directed the picture In collabor
ation with Bert Van Tuyle.
Miss Shipman plays a dual role.
She enacts the part of a wealthy
southern California society girl and
that of a French-Canadaian girl of
the north country, parts which call
for two distinct personalities. While
the cast is an all-star one, includ
ing such players as Edward Bruns,
Walt Whitman, Al Filson and George
rrell, It has a number of screen
actors which are nameless. They
are bears, deer, foxes, wild cats and
even skunks. The scenes laid in the
Northland are scenlcally some of
the most beautiful to reach the
screen. They bring the atmosphere
of that land of romance and adven
ture of brave men and true women,
direct to the audience.
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WILLIAM FARNUM IN
"IF I WERE KING''
On Thursday, March fth, the Tip
Top will offer William Fox's most
astounding production, "If I Wero
King," starring William Farnum. As
a play "If I Were King," was first
produced in New York at the Gar
den Theater October 14, 1901. Jus
tin Huntley McCarthey, Its author,
came from England to give the pro
duction his personal supervision.
The role of Francis Villon, vagabond
poet of France, was played by M.
H. Southern. The play made nn im
mediate hit the advance sale of
seats being one of the largest ever
It was presented in New York
for a season, then taken on tour
with a duplication of the metropolitan
The character of Villon seems
peculiarly fitted for William Far
num, who portrays It with all the
artistry which years of stage ex
perience have given him. More than
a city block, reproducing a part of
the Paris of the time of Louis XI,
was built for this picture. Director
J. Gordon Edwards used more than
1000 men and women in this street
for the scene showing the triumph
ant return of Villon, who saved the
day for France by defeating the Duke
TOP NOTCH TECHNIQUE
SHOWN IN DEMILLE'S
"AFFAIRS OF ANATOLE"
Some idea of the reception given
"The Affairs of Anatol, "Cecil De
Mille's master film which will be
shown at the Tip Top theater, Sat
urday, March 11, may be gained from
the following excerpts from the
mainland theatrical reviews:
Chicago (111.) Tribune.
By Mae Tinee:
"Look ' at the cast, and after you
have got through gasping over the
array of famous names that greet
your eye, let me tell you that every
thing about "The Affairs of Ana
tol,, has just as much class. I there
was ever a de lux picture this is it.
Where the money came from to
produce it ask me, aBk. me and I
can't tell you. There isn't a mo
ment's bad acting. The staging '3
immense; the costuming Oh, la, la!
the scenery something to dream
about, and the photography, the
quintessence of photographic art."
Anatol De Witt Spencer
Vivian, his wife Gloria Swanson
Max Runyon Elliott Dexter
D. OTA OFF FOR A
VACATION TO JAPAN
D. Ota, the poular proprietor of
the Tip Top Cafe, of Lihue, departed
last week for Honolulu where he
will take passage on the Toyo Maru
sailing on March 7th, for Japan, for
a vacation of two months. Ota is
accompanied by his wife and two
youngest children. He wishes to
say goodbye through the medium of
the Garden Island, to his many
friends and patrons.
Beginning with next Sunday Rev.
Bayless will deliver an English ser
mon once a month to tho English
speaking Japanese of the commun
ity in the Lihue Japanese church.
His sermon next Sunday will be at
10:45 a.m. and his topic will be
"The Builder and the Scoffer."
PAY YOUR DUES
Treasurer Frank Jennings, of the
Kauai Automobile Club, announces
that the dues for 1922 are now due
and payable. Members are request
ed to make payment to him at Lihue.
Satan Synnes Bobo Daniels
Abner Elliott Monte Blue
Emilie Jiixon Wanda Il-.iwley
Annie Eliott Agnes Ayres
Nazzer Singh Theodore Kosloff
Orchestra Loader Polly Moran
Hoffmeier Raymond Hatton
Tibra Julia Fnye
Dr. Bowles Charles Ogle
Dr. Johnson Winter Hall
The Spencer Butler Guy Oliver
The Spencer Maid Ruth Miller
The Spencer Valet
Nurse Zelma Maja
Chorus Girl Shannon Day
Stage Manager Fred Huntley
Chorus Girl Alma Bennett
On Tuesday evening, February 21
the American Lekm Auxiliary held
a buffet supper at Mokihuna hall.
Lihue. Forty members were pres
ent, as well as Miss Mabel Wilcox,
who was nn honored guest. Preced
ing the evening entertainment, Mrs.
Wm. Hyde Rice, chaplain, recited
the preamble while the members
Tho hall was artistically decorated
with ferns and greenery of all kinds
nnd tho tables were attractively ar
ranged with red flowers and appro
priate ferns. Mrs. Ralph Wilcox
was chairman of tho table and de
coration committee and her assist
ants were Mrs. E. H. Case, Mrs. T.
L. Longs! rcth. Miss Edith Hansen
nnd Mrs. T. L. Morgan.
Mrs. A. Knglehard, assisted by
Mrs. E. Wedemeyer nnd Mrs. Philip
Rice, arranged the supper, which
was exceptionally good and thor
oughly enjoyed by everyone.
The entertainment committee. Miss
K. Mclntyre. chairman, assisted by
Miss Hannah Sheldon and Mrs. Ed
dy Fountain, planned a very novel
program. A number of the high
school girls participated in produc
ing a fashion show, portraying the
dress of the days of George Wash
ington, the dress in the early days
of Kauai, tho modern day dress and
that of a possible future. The pro
duction was most unique and well
carried out. Mrs. Rodgers assisted
at the piano and with a vocal se
lection (Mrs. Rodgers was also a
guest of honor). Mrs. Sheldon of
Kapaa sang two solos with accom
paniment, which were greatly np
preciated nnd seven of the members
sang in chorous. An orchestra of
four Hawaiian girls was present
during the entire evening and play
ed at intervals.
Mrs. Philip Rice, president of the
American Legion Auxiliary, offered
several matters of Importance for
the consideration of the members,
which was satisfactorily discussed
and decided upon. Mrs. R. If. Ha
good, committee woman for the aux
iliary, who has just returned from
the department executive meeting
in Honolulu, gave her report of the
proceeding in Honolulu which nil of
the members were greatly interest
ed in. The business meeting was
closed with nn appropriate toast
from Mrs. Samuel Carter to tho
members of the American Legion
in whose honor the American Leg
ion Auxiliary is existing.
After supper was served and all
business attended to, Mrs. Rice in
troduced to the members, Rev. Nor
man Schenck, of Honolulu, who talk
ed most interestingly for about half
an hour upon topics close to the
hearts of Legion and Auxiliary mem
bers. Rev. Schenck's comments nnd
suggestions were greatly appreci
ated by the Auxiliary members who
considered it a privilege to have
him present at this affair.
As the success of such an affair
depends largely upon the attend
ance it is gratifying to know that
nearly all the old members were
present ns well as a number of
new members. A systematic course
of work is now mapped out for the
ensuing year and the Auxiliary will
meet quarterly in Lihue in an nil
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