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" THE GARDEN' ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1922
LOOK FOR THIS FAMOUS TREAD
Wherever Hawaiians motor, you will see the
signature of the Goodyear All-Weather Tread.
It is the symbol of utmost safety, power and
economy in motoring, and it is the mark of
utmost value in a tire.
The high, thick blocks of toughest rubber in
the Goodyear All-Weather Tread take hold
and grip hard on any road.
They put a firm, resilient cushion between
the car and the highway, absorbing the shocks
of the roughest going, and protecting the car
and its passengers from jolts and jars.
They wear down evenly and slowly, retaining
their tractive strength and buoyant spring
through all the thousands of miles the
Goodyear Tire lasts.
Just as the All-Weather Tread is the mark of
sovereign quality in Goodyear Tires, Good
year Tires themselves embody the best in all
tire design and construction.
Standard Goodyear Service is furnished in
Hawaii by Goodyear Dealers, responsible
business men who have a real interest in giving
you greater tire value at lower cost.
Goodyear Means Good Wear
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The Garden Island Radio Column
By MIKE O'FARAD
What new station did you pick
up last night?
One or more broadcasting stations
are picked up every evening.
Sacramento Union station came In
so loud Sunday night that when the
announcer said Hello, we caught
ourselves saying Hello and made a
start to shake hands with him.
The Los Angeles Examiner station
Is also good and clear most every
Radio fans are lucky fellows now
adays, we don't have to wait for
some good singer or musician to
come to the Islands, tune up your
radio set and if you pick up the
coast station you get some fine
Saturday night a special test was
successfully pulled off with the Mu
tual Telephone Co. A new high pow
er radiophone station on Telegraph
Hill, San Francisco using 750 watts
tested with them and signals were
loud and clear. Many radio fans
throughout the islands picked them
Radio fans on Oahu are getting
the mainland radio phone concerts
so good that the Honolulu broad
casting stations are getting many
requests to shut down. That is when
Honolulu has nothing on 'the air
but mechanical music and the coast
station Is broadcasting a real good
Kiss me by radio;
Gee ain't it tuff.
Kiss me by radio
'Taint close enough.
Wlll-ee, how many times do I
have to tell you to get ready for
Aw, Ma; I'm listening to a preach
er in San Francisco now; what do
I have to go here for?
A BROADCASTING STATION
A broadcasting station is general
ly divided into two oo more rooms.
The studio, with its piano, phono
graph, and other equipment for art
ists, resembles the music room to
be found in a home except that the
ceiling and walls are covered with
draperies which will ellmitfute any
reverberating sounds or echoes.
One or more microphones of pick
up Instruments mounted on stand
ards are usually the only pieces of
electrical apparatus to be found
in this room. Wires from these mi
crophones convey the voice or mus
ic into another room. In the trans
mitting room the voice is put thru
a number of steps of amplification
by means of small vacuum tubes
known as modulators, and then the
speech or music is put into the
aerial and broadcasted.
THE RADIO BUG has reached the
Philippines with Manila as the cen
tral point. They have a band In
Manila that is known as the Con
stabulary Hand and is one of the
finest in the world. Radio fans in
those islands sure get some fine
SHORTHAND STUDENTS are using
radio sets for Rpeed. Students study
ing shorthand are getting a great
deal of practice by listening in with
their radio sets and taking the
speeches and other data in shorthand.
The student in this way finds un
limited dictation in the eloquence
of week day speakers and Sunday
The Knightly Heir Schedule
(Father walking the floor with the
(Father says modulation Is fine with
plenty of volume)
P. O. Box 142
Phone 85 W
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Y. M. C. A. NOTES
WHEN DAD GETS HIS
Dads, Uncles, Brothers, real or
would-be, will have their inning at
the big stag affair of the year, the
annual Father and Son get-together
to be staged by the copnty ' commit
tee of the Y. M. C. A., during Fath
er and Son Week, November 16 to
H4. Dads with anywhere from two
to eleven sons will share their
squad of future presidents with the
fellow whose boys are all girls.
Them that halnt got neither can
be just as chesty for that evening
at least, with their borrowed sons,
who sit by their side.
A tip to those who were present
lust year is sufficient. New feat
ures are planned for the musical
end of the program. Dad will be
toasted in song and story. The latest
parodies on some of the old songs
favorites are being secured by spe
cial wire from New York.
The committee is more thun fortu
nate in getting Jimmy Taylor to be
the speaker at the various gather
ings. Mr. Taylor is well known
throughout the states and Europe
as a speaker of unusual force. His
life story is a fascinating romance.
Entering the British army when
a lad of 16 he served on every
front and in every important en
gagement during the 30 years of his
service. Besieged at Ladysmlth,
wounded on several occasions, re
cipient of the highest decorations
for distinguished service, he. is a
man with a message.
Mr. Taylor Is especially qualified
to speak at a Father and Son gath
ering. His own two sons, students
of Oxford and young men of great
promise, are counted among those
who gave their lives for the cause
of humanity in the World War.
Mr. Taylor will speak at gather
ings in the following places:
Makawell Community House, on
Thursday night, Nov. 16; Lihue Pur
ish House, Friday evening, Nov. 17;
Kapaa Hawaiian hall, Monday even
ing, Nov. 20; Waimea, Hawaiian
church lanul, Tuesday evening, Nov.
An illustrated lecture on India
will be given by Mr. Taylor on Wed
nesday evening, Nov. 23, at the Li
hue Parish house. The pictures us
ed in this lecture were gathered dur
ing the years spent by Mr. Taylor
In that country with the Britiuh
army and litter In Independent wel
fare work with over 80,000 soldiers.
On Friday evening, Nov. 24, the
Hawaiian born young people have
arranged a met tlrg at which Mr.
Taylor will speak.
KOLOA BOYS HAVE HALLOWE EN
The Koloa boys club together
with the Girls' Reserve and the
members of the faculty enjoyed
their Hallowe en social, which was
neld on the school ground, under
the weird boughs of a luxuriantly
foliuged monkey-pod tree where the
moon hau cast its still gray shadow.
And the calmness of the night made
it still more appropriate for the
occasion. Just after dusk, a tew boys
lit the jack-lanterns and placed
them in dark spooky corners and
amid the shrubbery. Looking from
a distance tt-e school yard appeared
as if It were an actual den of ghoBts.
With cautious' steps, the guests
of the evening entered the 8'hool
yard and rendered due ho:nufa'j id
accordance with the hallownesa of
the occasion. The first thing n the
program was a grand march going
thru the dark places between he
buildings. After the march was over
Tokle said to Yukito, "1 heard
ghosts singing underneath that but .cl
ing." "No, that noise was from plain
two Willies and Kiyoto." "O, is that
so, I am now much relieved, remark
While some of the boys were pre
paring for the refreshments the
group sang a few comical songs,
such as Ham and Eggs, The States'
Song, The Animal Song, etc. Follow
ing the singing the group played sev
eral games and then refreshments
were served. The dispersion of t;.e
group took place at 8 o'clock and
at the same time the ghosts retir
ed. OUR HIKE
(By Minoru Suno, Pioneer Club)
We started out from Puhi at 7
o'clock. We followed a road by the
power house and came to a forest.
We passed the forest and came to
Alapeka camp. We went over ridges
and down til we came to Mrs. lsen
berg's mountain house. On the way
we stopped and ' talked about the
trees and the grasses, and the
weeds, and also the formation of
meanders. There were many kinds
of trees, euccalyptus, koa, lronwood,
Pride of India, etc. The grasses we
saw were buffalo grass, fox-tail, Hilo
grass, etc. The kinds of weeds we
saw were Spanish needles, sensitive
weed, prickled tomato, rattle-box,
etc. At the white house we Haw the
redwood tree and the hala tree.
We passed the house and came
to the Kllohana crater. We followed
a ridge and came down to a river.
We saw many fish. At this place
we all had our lunch and then we
followed down the river. There
was a good place to swim, so we
jumped into the water and had
a good swim. It was so deep that
none of us could touch the bottom.
After having a good swim, we pass
ed thru the plum trees and came
out out to the main road. We came
to Puhi and rested for a while and
then Mr. Watada brought us home
on his automobile.
DORMITORY HI Y STAGE
The freshmen of the Dormitory
were given an exhibition of old
time Hallow'en stunts last Monday
night by the older members of the
Hl-Y Club. The ceremonies were In
charge of Uacob Maka, who proved
himself master of fun provoking sit
uations. The trail of the red hot
plates, three man tug of war, the
aquatic chair and a cracker relay
were among the many side-splitting
stunts in which the freshmen were
the star performers.
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