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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY) MARCH 11, 1922
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LIHUE JUNIOR LEAGUE
Club W. L Pet.
Kapaia 4 0 1000
Braves -3 1 760
Sunrise 2 2 BOO
Filipinos 1 3 250
Hanumaulu 0 4 000
The Brave9 crept up a bit on Ka
paia last -Sunday while the latter
was laying off by defeating the Fill
pinos In a' close game by the score
of 12 to 11. The game was a soe
saw affair with first one team In
the lead and then the other. The
Braves .were able to step out In
front In the last . part, of the game
and , held their lead, " although the
Filipinos theatened to tie it up in
the last inning.
The Sunrise trimmed the Har.a
maulu team in easy style winning
by the score of 14 to 6. Hanamnulu
had little or no chance -but. kept on
trying. The Sunrise team seemed
able to score at any time.
Next Sunday the Kapaia toaln
will meet Hanarriaulu and the Sun
rise will meet the Filipinos.
The Sunrise team won the cham
pionship of the Kealia Winter Lea
gue by defeating the Beach House
team' in the second game of the
three game series between the win
ners i of the first and second serlos.
The final score was eight to . one.
The Sunrise team had matters well
in hand all the way and would
have had a shutout but for an error
by Hashimoto at the home plate.
Yoshioka pitched great ball for the
Sunrise team and Gregorio tor the
Beach House was going strong too.
He: 4 deserved better support than
was given him by his team mates.
Yoshioka also - finished the season
as the best bitted in the league, hit
ting the old apple for an average
of .444 which is good hitting in any
man's league. The score:
ROD AND GUN
SUNRISE a b r h po a o
Hashimoto 4 0 0 0 3 0
Muranaka, lb 4 1 ' 0 10 0 1
Inoue, 3b 4 2 13-0 0
Yoshioka, p. 4 110 2 0
Hlronaka, 2b. 4 0 0 4 3 0
M. Hashimoto, c 4 1 0 8 3 0
Shirakl, rf. 3 112 0 0
Tamakawa, If ,3 1 0 0 0 0
Miyagl, cf. 3 1 1 0 00
Totals , ..,. 33 8. 5 27 11 1
BEACH HOUSE ab "r h po a e
Fernandas, lb 4 0 0 16 ,0 1
MigUel, 2b 4 0 0 1 2 0
Vincente, ss. 4 0 0 0 1 0
Fermln, c. 4 0 1 7 4 0
Placido, 3b 4 0 0 2 0
Serapio, cf . ... 3 .10 0 0 0
Modesto, It: .'.. '30100 0
Pedro, rf 3 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 33 1 2 27 9 3
Two base bits, Inoue, Shirakl.
Struckout by Yoshioka, 8; by Gre
gorio, 6. . . V
Bage on balls, oft ' Yoshioka, 1.
Hit by pitcher, M. Hashimoto and
Peace or War?
"Mexico," Bays the San Fran
cisco' Chronicle, "is taking up base
ball." It will be a wise referee who
can tell just where a baseball matrh
ends and a revolution begins. Punch
(London.) "; .
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS'
At 3 o'clock, Monday afternoon,
February , 27, the . freshmen-junior
team received a good old fashioned
hazing from thd sophomore basket
ball team to. the tune of 36 to 8.
With the exception of the third
quarter It might have been likened
to a slow, game, .of - solitaire, the
sophs. tipping the globe into the
ring whenever they came within
shooting distance of the basket. The
lordly Juniors and their sister class
mates, the freshmen were thoroughly
outclassed by the faster and appar
ently more experienced sophomore
team. The ' only period of the game
that had any semblancve of a Strug
gle at all was the third quarter,
when " the junior-freshmen team,
making a rally, scored three field
goals in rapid succession.' At this
uncalled for event, however, Rose
Gooman and Chiyo Dolmshi, the so
phomore guards, got back into their
old fighting form and prevented any
further infringement on their copy
right. Despite the fact that the junior-freshmen
rooting section grunted,
howled,' bellowed and squawked for
victory, their representatives were
only able to make three field goals
and two free throws during the en
tire game. Captain Anna Scott and
Maggie Scharsch, , forwards, of the
sophomore team, were ably assisted
by 'their team-mates and exhibited
a fine style of teamwork throughout
the game. For the junior-freshmen,
Captain May Wedemeyer and Ele
anor Teiler were the shining lights,
except when they were eclipsed by
the brighter ones of the sophomore
delegation. Miss Laura Huttleston
refereed the game.
Oil the Monday following the ; junior-freshmen
vs. sophomore- game,
the regular' freshmen team register
ed a sound drubbing of the first de
gree on their enemies of old, the
sophomore-seniors. The green . ones,
righteously indignant over the de
feat which their allies and juniors
had received the week before,' start
ed the game by several successive
field goals. The game progressed in
this manner, punctuated once in a
while by . the few free throws and
fewer field 'goals by .the sophomore
seniors;' When ' the , supporters of
the frheshman 'sextet became thor
oughly confident of their heroine's
victory, they immedwiately laid
hands upon a large Airdale pup
which was the., alleged property of a
sophomore and commenced with ever-increasing
gusto to inform the
sophomores and seniors', "We've got
your goat, we've got your goat!"
Whereupon, Jacob Maka's husky
rooters promptly corrected, "You
don't know a goat, you don't know
a goat!", This noisy state of affairs
continued Until . the said "goat" be
came irritated by the frequent "per
sonal references and ' straightway
became corispicuous by his absence.
However green the freshmen team
may. have been considered In the
past, they continued unimpeded
with their good work until the
game ended with the score stand'
lug 29 to 11.
I All the spectators, . with the ex
ception of the senior-sophomore dele
Three trout that were taken in the
streams in the, Kokee region were
on exhibition at the Mime Store
last week. The fish were caught by
H. L. Kelly of the fish and game
commission who went up to Kokee
to make an inspection of the fish
planted by himself there In July,
1920. He was more than pleased
with the results as he found that
fish were spawning, ftoich proves
beyond a doubt that rainbow trout
will thrive in the niauka Btrenms.
Tho largest of the fish taken by
Mr. Kelly measured 15 inches and
weighed one pound and eight ounces.
Mr. Kelly used a fly ' and it took
him thirty minutes to land him. The
news that tho fish will take a fly
was hailed with joy by the local
fishermen, as it was thought there
was so much food In the streams
that it . would be doubtful if the flBh
would strike at a fly. Mr. Kelly re
ported that no sooner had he drop
ped the fly than three or four big
fellows made a rush for it.
The next problem is protecting the
fish, At present. At present the
season is closed and will be until
1923. When the season is opened
some protection must be given
against game hogs and dynamiters.
A game warden will be needed if
the fish are going to be kept from
being wiped out the first year. The
Kauai Fish and Game Club is work
ing on plans for protecting the fish
against the depredations of dyna
miters and the like so that the gen
eral public will get the benefit.
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Mrs. A. G. Hutton entertained at
bridge last Wednesday In honor of
Mrs. Albert Wilcox.
Mrs. E. S. Swan gave a luncheon
on Thursday, followed by two ta
bles of bridge, the guest of honor
being Mrs. Albert W.lfcox.
MRS. J. A. HOGG ENTERTAINS
AT A BRIDGE TEA
Although a small crowd turned out
Sunday morning at . the Sloggett
court the class of tennis' played was
A-l. Four sets of doubles between
the Burns Brothers and Horner and
Balthls were played and1 some of
the best tennis of the year was seen.
King and Faye also played Horner
and Balthis, the former losing 6-2.
A singles match' between Dr. Glais
yer and Lindsay Faye was played,
the former winning 6-2.
. Bill Balthls has , been mentioned
as one of the players to represent
Hawaii in the Davis cup matches If
plans are completed to send a ' Ha
waiian team. Tennis enthusiasts are
pulling hard for Bill and will be be
hind him to a man when the try
outs are held. , . ; ,
Mrs. John Ashton Hogg entertain
ed at a very delightful bridge tea
Saturday afternoon to a number of
friends. There were six tables, be
sides a number who came fof, tea.
The players were well matched and
pivoted after each rubber, dainty
bouquets being given at each table
to the one holding the highest
score. Those present were:
Mesdnmea, Midkiff, Swan, Case,
Sloggett, Moler, Kuhns, Smith, . Will
Crawford, Lane, LongstreUi,. Middle
ton, Morgan, Sam. Carter, I. J. Hogg.
W. H. Rice Jr., jamieson, Hutton,
Hobby, Jennings, Moragne, C, A.
Rice, Hopper; Misses Dunn, Jordan,
Lindsay nnd Edith Rice; Mrs. Glais-''i'-
MRS. E. F. WOOD ENTERTAINS
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Mrs. E. F. Wood of Grove Farm,
was Hostess at a delightful bridge
party last Wednesday ' afternoon.
Among those present were Mrs. T.
L. Morgan,' Miss Estelle Roe, ,Mrs.
Robert Middleton, Miss Vera Mars-
ton, Mrs. J. M. Kuhns, Mrs. Justin
Smith,' Mrs. T. E. Longstreth, Mrs.
Ralph Garlinghouse, '' Miss Luclle
Wakefield, Misa Alma . Barker, Mrs.
J. C. Jamieson, Miss Carr, Mrs. R.
D. Moler, Mrs. Frank Jennings, Miss
Opal Colbert and Mrs. C. L. Lane.
Prizes were won by Mrs. J.' C.
Jamieson, Mrs. C. L. Lnne, and Miss
MRS. T. L. MORGAN
GIVES BRIDGE TEA
gation, went away with a self-satisfied
air. For the victorious fresh
men. Captain Margaret Sloggett,
Edene Maile and Daisy Chang were
the mainstays, while for the senior
sophomore pea-shooting league, Est
her Tseu, and Zina Kilau'no were
the two incandsecent lights. Tho
referee was Miss Huttleston.
A meeting will be held at the
Lihue armory next Wednesday ev
ening to organize the East Kauai
Basketball League. So far six teams
have signified their intention of tak
ing part. They are Kealia, Kapaa, Li
hue, Lihuo Dormitory, Kauai high
school and the American Legion.
Representatives , of each team . are
requested to be on hand so as ar
rangements .can bo made to start at
once. It is planned to have an ex
hibition game played and explana
tions made in regard to fouls, etc.,
so that teams just taking up the
game may be clear on all the fine
Mrs. T. L. Morgan ' entertained a
number of friends at five tables of
bridge last Wednesday afternoon.
The rooms were beautifully decor
ated with carnations and sweetpeas.
Those present were Mrs. J. H.
Moragne, Miss Vera Marston, Mrs.
Adrian Engehard, Mrs. E.. S. Swan,
Mrs. R. H. Hagood, Mrs. James. Cor
storphine, Mrs. Walter Scribner,
Mrs. J. C. Jamieson, Mrs. R. L. Wil
cox, Mrs.. A. H. Case, Mrs. T. E.
Longstreth, Mrs. Sam . Carter, Mrs.
Robert Middleton, Mrs. F. W. Jen-,
nings, Mrs. R. D. Moler, Mrs. Frank
Crawford, Miss Catherine Mclntyre,
Mrs. John Midkiff, Mrs. Charles For
ster, Miss Elsie Wilcox, Mrs. H. D.
Sloggett, Mrs. C. L. Lane, and Miss
Edith Rice. '
'. Mrs. R. L. Wilcox and Mrs. E.
S. Swan won first and second priz
es, the consolation going to Mrs.
Dr. T. L. Morgan
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