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THE GARDEN ISLAND,' TUESDAY. AVP.IL 4. 1922
- SPORTS -
The first meeting of the year
of the ' Kauai Athletic Association
was held at the Llhue court house
Friday evening. After organizing and
election of officers the plans for
the coming baseball season were ar
ranged. The officers elected for the com
ing year were:
President, H. D. Wishard.
Vice president, Caleb Burns.
Treasurer, C. G. Kuhlman.
Secretary, A. Q. Marcallino.
The following clubs were repre
sented and signified their Inten
tion of entering the league this
year: Kllauea, Makee, Llhue, Koloa,
and McBryde, with Makawell still
to be heard from.
All the Kllauea and McBryde gam
es will be played In Llhue, elimin
ating the long ride between those
places. The same arrangements will
also be made for Makawell If that
team enters the league.
A schedule committee was ap
pointed to draw up the schedule for
the coming season. It is planned to
have ' two series with each team
playing every other team twice dur
ing : each series and then the win
ners playing off the championship
at the - end 'of the second series.
Messrs. Case. Tilly and Sanborn
were appointed on the schedule
committee. It was suggested that
the league tfpen up its season on
the first Sunday in May. A $15 de
posit instead of $25 will be the am
ount put up by each team this
LIHUE JUNIOR LEAGUE
E. KAUAI BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Standing of Club
Club W. L. Pet.
American Legion 2 0 1000
Llhue 1 0 1000
Kapaa 2nd 1 1 600
Kapua first 0 1 000
Kealla 0 2 000
Kauai High 2nd 0 0 000
Llhue Dormitory 0 0 000
Name O FG ,F
Toshida, f. 10 0
Hee, f. ,404
Aguiar, c. 2 0 2
Rodrlgues, g. 0 0 0
Victorlno, g. 0 0 0
Ferrerra, g. 0 0 0
Totals 7 0 6
Standing of Club
Club . W
Braves . 0
Hanamaulu continued to set the
pace in the Llhue Junior League by
defeating the Filipino team by the
score of 12 to 8. Both teams, hit
the ball hard but Hanamaulu gave
their twirler the better support which
meet the Sunrise team next Sunday
meett he Sunrise team next Sunday
and should they win they have the
second series cinched and will- meet
the Kapaia team for the champion
ship. The Kapaia team took the Brav
es into camp by the score of 10 to
8. The Braves had one bad inning
when ragged support behind "Souzn
gave the Kapaia team five runs. The
Braves had a - game try to pull the
game out of the fire in the eighth
when they pounded Freddy Fernan
des for five runs, but Frank replac
ed him and held the Braves safe.
The Lihue baseball team w(ll
meet the Kamehameha school team
at the Llhue diamond on Saturday
afternoon at 2:30. All the Lihue
players are in first class shape, as
they have been working in the LI
hue Junior league. : Mitsumoto will
pitch, while either Perrera or Ha
jime will .catch.
Kapaa second team and the Am
erican Legion "Were the winners in
the opening games of the East Ka
uai Basketball league at the armory
last Friday night. Kapaa second
team defeated Kealia team after at
hard battle by' the score of 21 to
17. Both teams played good basket
uall and the Kealia team especially, Is
to be complimented on their showing as
it Is the first attempj for many of
the players at tho game. Both teams
showed an inclination to play the
man at times instead of the ball,
but as it was due more to not being
familiar with the rules than inten
tional, it will not be long before
this tendency will be overcome.
Fernades at guard was the star
of the Kealia team, while Ferrara
and Rodrlgues, the school boy for
wards of the Kapaa team wero the
stars for their team.
Name O. FG.
Rodrlgues, f. 6 0
Ferrera, f. 4 1
Bodrero, c. 0 0
Amalu, g. 0 0
Tsunehiro, g. 0 0
Francis, g. 0 0
Totals 10 1
Name G. FG.
Arcla, f. 2 2
Burns, f. 2 1
Corstorphine, c. 0 0
Fernandes, g. 3 0
Bush, g. 0 0
Yamura 0 0
Totals 7 3
The American Legion held on to
their perfect record by defeating the
Kapaa second team by the score
of 43 to 22. The Kapaa boys showed
good form for the first three quar
ters and battled hard all the way.
They held the Leglonaires down
well in the first half, the score be
ing 14 to 10. In the third quarter
the Legion made a Slight spurt and
increased their lead to ten points.
In the Inst qunrter the Kapaa team
tired and the Legion increased their
lead considerably. Jimmy Bodrero
and Ferrera were the stars for Ka
paa while Christian was the Lihue
Name O FG
Baggott, f. 3
Fern, f. 6
Christian, c. 8
Lane, g. 2
Santos, g. ' 0
Longstreth, g. 2
Rodrigues, f. 4
Ferrera, f. 7
Bodrero, c. 0
Tsunehiro, g. 0
Francis, g. 0
Amalu, g. - 0
.Referee, Lydgate; scorer, Akama. A
Llhue won their first game de
feating the Kealia team by the
score of 24 to 8. Lihue was slow in
getting started but finally when
they did got going were able to
score materially. Kealia had a great
deal of trouble getting the i ball by
the Lihue guards. Dan Arcla was
the star for the Kealia team, scor
ing all their points, while . Burns
and Fernandes starred on defense.
Manuel Fernandes and Bob Middle
ton were the Lihue stars.
The Kapaa first team and the Am
erican Legion game threatened to de
velop into a free-for-all, the- game
being one of the roughest played on
the local court this year. This type
of basketball is not doing the game
any good and the sooner the players
realize it the better It will be for
Both the games playad by Lihue
and the Kaul high against the uni
versity team were fast and hard
but there was none of the
roughness that marked . the games
on Friday evening. A game can be
hard without being rough - and the
football tactics used in this game
should not be countenanced for a
Name G FG F
Lane, f. 3 0 0
Fern, f. ,251
Christian, c. 2 0 1
Crawford, g. 0 01
Longstreth, g. 0 0 0
Santos, f. 0 0 0
Totals 7 5 '3
P. 3. A. L. DIRECTORS
HOLD REGULAR MEETING
Name G FG F
Middleton, f. 5 0 0
Llvesey, f. 0 0 1
Fernandes, c. 7 0 2
Schumacher g. 0 0 0
Texerria, g. 0 0 0
Totals .'. 12 0 3
Name ' G FG F
Arcia, f. 3 2 0
Burns, f. 0 0.0
A. Fernandes, c. 0 0 0
Yamaura, g. 0 0 0
D. Fernandes, g. 0.00
Totals , 3 2 0
I A meeting of the Kauai Public
Schools Athletic League was held
t the Y. M. C. A. office last Sat
urday afternoon. The principal mat
ter of the meeting was the arrange
ments of the field and track meet
of the grammar schools. It was de
cided to accept the offer of Nell
Locke of the Y. M. C. A. to arrange
It was decided that instead of
the junior and senior classifications
of last year which divided the two
classes by height, to change the
grading to a weight system and to
have three classes the 70 pound
class, the 90 pound class, and " an
unlimited class. The girls were also
divided into two classes, the 70
pound class and the unlimited class.
The events for the boys will be:
70 Pound Class
1. Baseball throw for distance.
2. Running broad Jump.
3. Pull up.
4. Forty yard dash.
5. Four men -160 yard relay.
90 Pound Class
1. Running high jump.
2. Running broad jump.
3. PuH up.
4. Sixty yard dash.
5. Four men 240 yard relay. -Unlimited
1. Running high.
2. Running broad.
3. Pull up.
4. 100 yard dash.
5. Four men 400 yard relay.
The girl events will he the same
as last year and will Include a
basketball throw for distance, a bas
ketball goal throw, each contestant
to be allowed five throws, a 40
yard dash and a relay, each girl
running 40 yards.
There ' will be a championship in
each weight class, that is, the teannj
making the most points in the 70
pound class will be 70 pound cham
pions and the same with the other
classes. The team making the most
points in the meet will be declared
tho winner of the track and field
Each school will be allowed two
entries in each event and no con
testant will be allowed to enter
more than three events including
The meet will be held at Lihue
park on the third of June.
Considerable time was spent in
discussing finances for next year,
but it was finally decided to have
the secretary meet with the prin
cipals to obtain their ideas on the
Columbus Welfare Drive
April 2nd to 10th, 1922
THE COLUMBUS WELFARE CLUB OF HONOLULU maintains in Us
building on Fort Btreet a place where young and old can gather tor
rest, recreation, education, reading, writing letters, help and advice, it
Is always ready to serve you. It provides a place where boys and
girls attending school can have amusements under proper supervision.
THERE'S A WELCOME FOR YOU whenever you come to Honolulu,
visit the club, make use of our Bervice, look over our work, we want
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WE NEED FUNDS. All of this good work costs money to carry on;
we mnke every dollar igve full value, but we must have the dollars
first, that's why we are making this drive.
GIVE WHAT YOU CAN. We will receive it thankfully. If you are not
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Referee, Lydgate; scorer, Akama.
PROPOSED TO IMPROVE ARMORY
AS A RECREATION CENTER
There has been considerable dis
cussion on tho subject of raising
the roof of the Lihue nrmory so that
it would be of real value as a gym
nasium. The low roof and the cen
ter row of posts make the portion
that can be used for playing indoor
games too small to get any real
value out of the game.
If a truss roof wrs put in and
the roof raised it would give Lihue
a community center second to none
in the I: twaiian islands. Jt would
give a p'aying space of 65 by 100
and the roof would be at least 25
feet high. Sheriff Rice is working
with the Amjricaji Legion on the
propG3ilion and something definite
in regard to the project can be ex
pected very shortly.
MEETING OF TENNIS ASSN.
ON THURSDAY EVENING
There will be a meeting of the
Kauai Tennis' Association, Thursday
evening at 7:30 p. m. at the Koloa
hall for the arranging of classifi
cation of players and tournaments
for the coming year. All those in
terested in tennis are requested to
Bill Balthls, the local tennis star,
left for Honolulu last Saturday to
take part in the tournament that is
being held there and will represent
Kuuai in the singles. He moots Col.
Wilson in the first round today.
He has paired up with Richard
Cooke in the doubles and will meet
K. Matsumoto and H. K. Koribe in
the first round.
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