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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. ?, 1922
KAUAI HIGH AND KAPAA
TO MEET IN FOOTBALL
8ATURDAY, AT WAIPOULI
Saturday at the American Legion's
Armistice Day celebration, Kauai
high school football team will play
their first big game of the year
when they tackle the Kapaa team
at the polo grounds.
The school team has been show
ing considerable stuff In their scrim
mages against the Vets and hey
are going to cause the Kapaa team
a lot of worry.
The high school has a fast set
of backs in Rice, Cheatham, Mont
gomery and Charley, and the Kapaa
line is going to have their hands
full stopping them. Bill Moragne and
Peiler have been . playing regularly
and will probably start against Ka
paa. Dick Rice, Catnara and Lyd
gate are three regulars who will
also be in the line-up.
Three of the Vets' backs will be
in the game against the high' school,
Bush, Yoshida and Llzama, all be
ing signed up with the Kapaa team.
Other players on the Kapaa team
will be Kenneth Hce, Soong, and
Tsunehlro. The Kapaa line-up will
be fairly heavy and two or three
veterans from the McKinley school
teams will be in evidence.
KAPAA AND LIHUE ARE
EAST SIDE CHAMPIONS
TO START SOON
A meeting will be held shortly to
organize an Indoor baseball league
to play In the armory. The first lea
gue to be started will be a racial
which will approximately follow along
the same lines as the league last
Six teams have signified their in
tention of entering: The Chinese,
last year's champions; the Japan
ese, the Portuguese, the Hawaiians,
the haoles and the American Leg
ion. Following this league, plans are
being made to branch out and eith
er include the ' whole island In a
league or at least the east side of
the island. This would be divided
up by districts and a player would
have to be a resident of the district
Suggestions for this league are Ke
alia, Kapaa, Hanamaulu, Kapaia, Li
hue, Puhl and Nawiliwili. With one
or more team entered to make it
an eight team league this would
make a fast outfit and would cause
a great deal of interest.
Kapaa girls and Lihue boys won
the east side championship in the
K. P. S. A. L. playground ball last
Saturday at Kapaa.
The Kapaa girls won by the one
sided score of 19 to 8. Hanalei put
up a game fight but it seems could
not Uo anything with the Kapaa
The Lihue boys swamped the
smaller Hanalet team, winning by
the score of 39 to 1. Hanalei tried
hard all the way but the superior
playing of the Lihue team was too
much for them.
The one feature of the afternqon
was the ganieness of tho Hanalei
rooting section which " kept on
cheering for their teams
even after they were hope
lessly outclassed. Many of tho oth
er schools on the island could learn
a good lesson from the Hanalei
school on supporting their teams
when they are losing.
Last Sunday was a great day on
the Wailua golf links. Bill Miller
of' Eleele made an ace on the fifth
hole and has the distinction of
being the first man . to make a hole
in one on the local course. The sec
ond feature of the day was when
Charlie Fern won the elimination
tournament from K. C. Hopper, the
former turning an 81, while Casey
turned in an 84.
But the biggest feature of the day
happened in the afternoon when
Digby Sloggett with F. J. Dollinger
as caddy handed in a 55 for his
score. Frank Crawford volunteered
the remark that he has no doubt
that Digby did a 65, but he is will
ing to bet he only played six holes.
CANCELLATION' OF LIHUE-
MAKEE GAME EXPLAINED
The baseball game between Lihue
and Makee that was scheduled for
last Sunday at the race track was
called off on account of. the Lihue
team being - unable to put their
strongest line-up on the field.
Mortimer Lydgate, Manuel Pierra
and Sumida were unable to play for
various reasons. The promoters of
the game did not think it fair to
the public to put on a makeshift
team on the field to represent Li
hue. The game will probably play
ed in the near future.
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SUPERVISORS VOTE TO
FENCE WAILUA PARK
The board of supervisors voted
at the meeting last Wednesday to
fence the south boundary of the
Wailua park. This was done at the
request of tho Wailua Golf Club
which is using the park as a golf
The golf club had spunl over
two thousand dollars In clearing and
Improving the park and It Is their
I n (on. Ion to oontintia their improve
ments, but this could not bo done
while cattle r.nd horses were per
mit led to stray ov?r thi property.
The supervisors voted to have the
chairman consult with Lihue planta
tion about standing one-half of the
expense. Lihue plantation has not
yet secured the lease for ihe low
ed end of the Wailua lands, but it
U understood that if they do they
will be willing to ftuni halt of the
JACK CONEY'S DOGS
WIN HONORS IN TOWN
Jack Coney received a cup the
other day that was won by his
pointer, Punch, at the recent dog
show in Honolulu. Punch was Judg
ed the best dog in the show from
the ouside Islands. Box, another
dog of Jack's, also took a prize as
the best Hawaiian bred dog from
the outside islands.
But Jack has a pup down at his
place which he thinks has the mak
ings of a champion, although he has
not won any honors as yet. Jack
says that he has shown a great
deal of Intelligence already, espe
cially in one stunt that he pulled.
It seems that he belongs to a
breed of dogs which fashion de
crees shall have their toils bobbed.
Jack followed the fashion and bob
bed the pup's tall. The pup had
quite a little trouble at first when
ever he would sit down as the bob
bed tail would hurt him. But Jack
states that it did not take him long
to get his brains working and now
whenever the pup goes to sit down
he looks around for a knot-hole to
place his stub of a tail in.
TO GAME BIRD FARM
Some $500 was appropriated by
the board, of supervisors for the
maintenance of the game bird farm.
The game bird farm is run by the
fish and game commission and each
county contributes towards the
maintenance of it. The game birds
that are hatched and raised are ap
portioned out to the counties con
tributing. Last year 72 young birds hatched
on the farm were released on Ka
uai. Several settings of eggs were
also sent here but little or no suc
cess was obtained in the hatching
But be sure you VOTE RIOTTT.
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Miss" Ruth C. Hoffman, supervisor
of primary education of the Honolu
lu schools, visited us Monday to
instruct teachers in primary hand
work. Miss Pauole and Miss Perry of
Anahola school were visitors on
The girls' baseball team won from
Hanalei last Saturday by the score
of 19 to 8, before a large crowd.
Dr. Barton of the board of health,
of Honolulu, and Dr. Hagood, local
board of health physician, examin
ed the children last Thursday.
The girls' baseball team and the
teachers played a game on Wednes
day but the score is still a secret.
Delicious cake and punch were serv
ed to the players after the game.
We will have another holiday on
Tuesday, general election day. No
vember is a month of holidays for
schools, as we will have a total
of four and will miss another by
a narrow margin.
The county mules are here to
help us plow our garden.
TO OPEN ROAD
A petition from a number of Ka
paa citizens to open a road from
the main government road to the
mauka road in Kapaa was received
by the county board.
The board instructed the county
engineer to investigate and report
at the next meeting.
The open space next to the Yuen
Kee Cafe opposite the ball park is
the point where the road Is wanted.
About a mile and a half of maca
dam has been completed on the
Olohena road beginning at the Wai
lua boundary and continuing toward
The crusher has been moved to
a - point near the reservoir and the
remainder of the road will be built
with the crusher located at this
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