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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1922
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Makaweli took the champion Li
hue team into camp at the Makawoli
community house laot Wednesday
night by the score of 26 to 18. Ma
kaweli led all the way although Li
hue thereatened to tie it up a cou
ple of times, Makaweli was always
equal to the occnsion and held the
Makaweli started right out as if
they were going to make a run
away race of it by scoring five
points before Lihue could get start
ed. Lihue took a brace and when
the period ended Makaweli was on
the long end of a 9 to 4 score.
Both teams fought hard in the
second quarter and the play began
to get rough. Lihue held their own
in this period but could not gain.
The score at half time was 13 to
Lihue was having considerable dif
ficulty finding the basket, but thetr
defensive work was up to standard.
Tho third period was a repetition
of the first two and time at the
end of the period found Makaweli
on the long end of a 18 to 13 score.
For a time in the last period it
looked as if Lihue might tie the
score as they came within two
points of Makaweli, but the eunt
enderB braced up and three baskats
just before the whistle blew gr.ve
them a decisive lead.
Damkroger and Auld were the stars
for Makaweli, while Longstreth and
Christian starred for Lihue.
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Plans are being formulated to
bring the University of Hawaii bas
ketball team for a four day tour
of Kauai. It is the intention of those
In charge to bring the team up on
a Tuesday or Friday and have them
play four games. The Kauai Jiigh
school, Lihue, Makaweli and an Am
erican Legion team are the ones
now . being considered. This would
be a great boost for basketball on
Kauai as ,the university team is one
of the best in Honolulu and would
give local fans an Idea how the Ka
uai teams would stack up in fast
A nominal admission fee at ail
the games would be used to defray
the expenses of the university team.
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MAKAWELI JUNIOR LEAGUE
W. L. Pet.
Portuguese 1 0 1000
Filipino 0 0 000
Japanese 0 0 000
Tho Portuguese started the season
with a win in the Makaweli Junior
League when they defeated the Fili
pino, team by the awful score of
18 to 11. Both teams played ragged
ball and booted the ball all over
the lot. Auld and Tomas were the
opposing twirlers the only advan
tage Ken had, he got the ball over
the plate occasslonally.
The Bcore we will eliminate the
LIHUE JUNIOR LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
W. L. Pet.
Kapaia 4 ,0 1000
Braves ' 2 1 667
Sunrise 1 2 333
Filipinos 1 2 333
Hanamaulu 0 3 000
Kapaia kept the lead in the Li
hue Junior Legue by defeating -the
Filipino team in a slugging bee by
the score of 14 to 9. Both pitchers
were hit hard and errors on both
sides were frequent. Jonny Fernan
des pitched for Kapaia and was hit
hard and often but his team managed
to find the Filipino twirler for a
few more hits and runs, so Johnny
gets the credit for a victory.
The score: R H E
Kapaia 14 12 3
Filipinos 9 10 4
Manuel Prioste, slugger for the
Braves cleaned up on the Sunrise
team mainly through miscues of
the latter. The Braves made enough
in the first few Innings due to the
errors of tho Japanese boys to win
a couple of ball games. The Sun
rise threatened on towards the last
of the game but. they started their
rally too late.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
PROF. HENKE TO BE GUEST
OF WAILUA Y CLUB
Prof. Henke, of the University
of Hawaii, has been invited by the
members of the Wailua Y Club, to
meet with them and the homestead
ers of the district and talk over
the sugar cane industry, Tuesday
night, March 14.
Prof. Henke is a recognized author
ity on sugar cane. His many experi
ments and tests put him in a po
sition to furnish much valuable in
formation regarding that plant. The
meeting on the evening of tho 14th
will be open to any who may be
interested to hear what Prof. Henke
has to say. The members of tho
Wailua Y Club have been sponsors
for a number of community meet
ings which have proven of marked
Bocial and educational nature.
KEKAHA 3-C CLUB OPERATING
Twenty boys were out last Friday
night at our Three-C Club meet
ing. In our business meeting we
adopted the constitution, making the
monthly dues five cents. After a
short discussion from our study
book "Men Who Dared," we had a
period of story and joke telling and
many funny stories were told and
good hearty laughs enjoyed by all.
We have made out a program for
twelve weeks. The program of our
next meeting after the discussion
will be a debate on the subject:
"Which is the most valuable, a horse
or a cow?" The boys are working
hard on this debate and we expect
to have an interesting time. F. D.
ANAHOLA Y CLUB FLOURISHING
Some mighty good tennis was serv
ed up to the tennis fans last Sun
day at Makaweli. Nearly all the
regulars were present and several
hot sets were the result. Quite a
few fans traveled to Makaweli with
the expectation of seeing a match
betwen the Burns brothers and Fos
ter Horner and Bill Balthis. Unfor
tunately for those who expected it,
Frank was not among those pres
ent and the match could not be put
on. Dwight Baldwin and Caleb Burns
played the latter team, but it was
plain to be seen that they could
not get used to each other's Btyle
and they did not put up as good a
game as they might have done with
players whose play they were ac
Both Horner and Balthis were at
top form and Foster was serving In
wonderful style. Burns and Bald
win both played good individual
games but were lacking in team
work which is not surprising as it
is probably the first time that they
have played together.
Among the players who has im
proved wonderfully and is going to
give 'a mighty good account of
himself in the tournaments this
The Y Club started among the
young men of Anahola a few weeks
ago has gradually drawn in every
young man In the village.
The weekly meetings are heid in
the Japanese language school every
Saturday night. During the past
week many interesting and helpful
things have been included in the
program. Bible study or discussion
is a part of each meeting. Practical
talks, overnight camps, musicales,
keep fit exhibit, games and stunts,
have all had a place in the schedule.
Plans are being made to purchase
a few simple games and establish
a reading room. The mebers are
one In their opinion that work of
this kind which the Y. M. C. A.
program furnishes is a good deal
more worth while than hanging
around doing nothing, learning noth
ing and getting no where.
year Is Charlie Brenham. He was
going gerat guns last Sunday and
is improving all the time. He will
make a mighty good doubles part
ner for some one this year.
The ladies of Makaweli were cer
tainly in t-p form and sorvod in
mighty fine lunch for the contest
ants and the fans. From now on it
will not bo necessary to idvertise
who is going to play at Makaweli,
all that will be necessary will be to
state that Mrs. Dwight Baldwin,
Mrs. Bedell, Mrs. Damkroger and
Mrs. Dunn will be In charge of the
kaukau. That will bring the crowd
Next Sunday morning the Slog
gett courts at Grove Farm will be
the scene of some more good tennis.
Work Is progressing on the new
shop. Practically all of the outBide
work is done. Foundations are laid
for the power and the building has
been given the first coat of paint.
All Is set for the vaudevllle"on
Saturday night. The program con
sluts of 15 amusing, thrilling and
dangerous acts. Good singing will
also be a feature of the bill.
Dr. Southwell, the school dentist
has about completed the work in all
grades down to and Including the
fifth grades. The work done In Feb
ruary Includes 210 fillings, 31 treat
ments, 33 extractions, and 24 clean
ings. When Dr. Southwell is thru
hero ho expects to be transferred
Waimea grade teams lost to Ke
kaha on February 24. The games
were contests to see who could
keep the ball in the air the long
est. Kekaha won.
On Thursday morning F. L. Riley
of the Y. M. C. A. in southern Rus
sia, will speak to the upper grades
of the school. Mr. Riley addressed
forty of the boys last Thursday ev
ening his talk to the young men of
The management of the vaudeville
takes this opportunity to thank all
of the friends of the school who
have so willingly and so promptly
helped In all the undertakings that
have come up in connection with
athletics, the junior high school and
other school Interests. No plans
have btkn made nor have any Im
provements been attempted that
have not had your moral as well
as your financial backing. We thank
you for the last show of Its kind
this year managed by the school.
THE HELE LOA& IN A NEW LINE
The Hele Loas are out on a new
line now. At the suggestion of the
leader they are to have a series of
Hawaiian evenings, in the course of
which they will learn something of
the history, folklore, origin, langu
age and characteristics of the Ha
The first of these evenings was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Lydgate last Thursday even
ing and was attended by the club
in full force. The topic of the ev
ening was "Hawaiian Personal Num
es;" presented by Mr. Lydgate in
a most interesting and entertaining
manner, which called forth frequent
applause and laughter, as he set
forth the originality and unique pe
culiarity of their names and the
ways in which they were selected.
Mrs. Rogers, of the high school
added very much to the pleasure
of the occasion by her very sweet
and sympathetic rendering of a
Simple refreshments and a gen
eral good time of a most congenial
and responsive kind, with nothing
stiff or formal, completed a most de
From this sample they are very
enthusiastic about the course and
are expecting great things about.
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you give her three?"
"No ma. I thought they wouldn't
come out even, so I ate one before
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