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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, October 24, 1922, Image 8',
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TIIE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1922
AT WAILUA, SUNDAY
Double Header Called
On Account of Rain
GAMES REPLAYED NEXT SUNDAY
AND TICKETS WILL BE
K.P.S.A.L. Ball League
Starts Its Season
CLOSE AND ONE SIDED GAME
MARK OPENING OF THE
The double header at Waipoult
last Sunday was called in the second
inning of the first game on account
of the rain. The double header will
be played next Sunday at the same
place, but the first game will start
at 1 o'clock instead of 1:30 so thai
both games can be played. All tick
ets boucht and all reservations will
be honored at the double header
Makee was loading three to noth
ing when the game was called.
SENIOR AND JUNIOR TEAMS TIE
FOR SCHOOL FOOTBALL
The Senior and Junior high school
class teams played a 12 to 12 tie
last Friday afternoon at the high
school grounds. The Junior team
outweighed the Seniors, but the
Seniors made up for their lack of
weight by fight and the speed of
The Seniors were the first to
score making a touchdown in the
first half. The Juniors evened mat
ters up soon after the second half
started but the Seniors jumped
back into the lead when they scor
ed their second touchdown.
The Jniors evened up matters by
scoring their last touchdown just be
fore the whistle blew. They had a
chance to win the game by kicking
a goal but the Seniors broke it up
by blocking the kick.
The Juniors defeated the Freshmen-Sophomore
combination 42 to 0.
and the Seniors defeated the same
team 19 to 0.
The Kauai Public Schools Athlet
is league started its playground
baseball season las'., week and two
rounds of games have been played.
In the first round the Makawell
boys defeated Waimea at Waimea
by the score of 30 to 21. The girls'
game was forfeited to 'Waimea by
The Koloa boys' team defeated
Kalaheo by the score of 16 to 13
while the Kalaheo girls defeated
the Koloa girls by the close score
of 25 to 24.
The Hanamaulu boys team defeat
ed Huleia 14 to C and the Hanamau
lu girls defeated the Huleia girls
after a game fight by the smaller
Bchool by the tight score of 10 to
INDOOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
ABOUT READY TO START
The Lihue-Makee post season game
will be postponed until next Sunday,
will be postponed until Sunday, No
vember 11. Makee vs. All Stars and
East vs. West next Sunday at Waipoult.
Jack Hanson announces that al
though the armory will not be com
pleted for sometime yet, that it
will be ready for indoor games in
about three weeks.
This should interest all former
players in the indoor league of last
year and plans should be made to
start out the league as soon as the
armory is finished.
It might also be a good idea to
plan on an all-island league using
Lihue and Makaweli as the two
centers for the teams. Kapaa, Li
hue and Koloa could use the arm
ory for their home grounds and
McBryde, Makaweli and Waimea
could use the Makaweli community
Another good idea would be to
form the volleyball league again so
as to give some of the less active
men a chance to take part.
The Wailua Oolf Club will hold
its first elimination tournament next
Sunday and all the members- are
urged to be on hand. The net
score of 85 will be the mark for the
players to aim at and all members
qualifying will be entered in the
second round which will take place
on the following Sunday.
WAILUA COURSE -RECORD
BROKEN, HONOLULU MAN
Ben Nuole of Honolulu broke the
Wailua course record last week
when he turned an 80 for the 18
holes. He also broke the record for
9 holes by turning a 38.
His core for the first nine are
This will give the local golfers
some mark to shoot at for awhile.
Nuole is a well khown golfer in
Honolulu, being a member of the
Honolulu Golf Club.
KAUAI HIGH AND VETS
The Thanksgiving Day game be-
twecn the Kauai high school and the
Veterans is already causing interest
among the football fans and It is
expected that the crowd will be
double the number that attended the
first game last year.
Both teams will be strengthened
by th'e addition of new men, the
main additions in the high school
being in the backfield, while the
vets have been strengthened con
siderably in the line.
Another feature of the game will
be the fact that both teams will be
partially equipped at least with foot
ball suits, something that was entire
ly lacking last year.
Altogether there will be better
football as this year's game owing
to the experience that the high
school has gained in the past year.
KAUAI SOCCER LEAGUE
TO HOLD MEETING
The Kauai Soccer League will
hold its annual meeting and elec
tion of officers at the Koloa hall
on Wednesday evening. The purpose
of the meeting is to outline plans
for the coming soccer season. Rep
resentatives from each club in the
league are requested to be present
From Maine to Waikiki the wild waves know them.
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