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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 14, 1922, Image 3',
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the garden island Tuesday, November 14, 1922
Y. M. C. A. TO OBSERVE
FATHER AND SON WEEK
Kauai High and Kapaa
Battle to Scoreless Tie
Kawaihau Team Shows Strength on
Defense, but Lacks the Scor
HI SCHOOL LACKS HEADWORK
Failure to Take Advantage of Wind
Prevents the School Team
Kapaa held the Kauai high Bchool
team to a scorelesB tie last Satur
day at Walpouli In one of the beat
football games seen here since the
high school took up the sport.
The high school out-played their
opponents but It cannot be said
that they outfought them, for the
Kawaihau team showed a stubborn
ness on defense that would do
credit to a veteran team.
The Kapaa team showed consider
able more skill on the defense thar
they did on the offense and it was
probably their lack of scoring abili
ty that caused to remain the de
fense during a greater portion of
Kauai high had several opportuni
ties to score but poor generalship
or the breaks of the game prevented
them from crossing the Kawaihau
Kapaa kicked off to the high
school and the high school lads
started to march down the field
about 30 yards when Kapaa's de
fense stiffened and the high school
lost the ball on downs. Kapaa made
first down on the first two plays
but then the high school line held
and Kapaa kicked.
The high school again started
down the field but once more the
Kapaa team was equal to the oc
casion ana me Dan was once more
lost on downs. The end of the quar
ter found the ball in the possession
of Kapaa on their own 25 yard
The ball see-sawed back and
forth in the second quarter and it
was during this period that the
high school failed to show any gen
eralship. A strong wind was blow
ing and the high school team had
the wind at their back and failed
to take advantage of it. During this
period the school team had the ball
on their own 40 yard line and fourth
down and 14 yards to go and for
some unknown reason they elected
to run the ball instead of kicking
it. The ball was lost on down and
had Kapaa a little more strength
on the offense they would have had
an exceptional opportunity to score.
The Becond half saw the high
school open up their offensive and
they had several opportunities to
score but luck was against them.
Soong of Kapaa pulled oft a center
buck that netted his team bout 15
yards and just as he was tackled
he fumbled and Kiilau of the high
school team picked up the ball and
had a clea field but Camara of his
own team in running interference
for him spilled him and he was
downed on the 30 yard line.
The high ' school with a well ex
ecuted reverse play ran the ball to
the Kapaa team's one foot line and
on the next play Montgomery fum
bled and a Kapaa man recovered the
ball saving a certain touch down.
Bush of Kapaa used his head as he
saw the quarter was nearly up and
stalled long enough for the whistle
to blow which gave him the wind
at his back when he kicked out of
Yoshida got the kick well away
to start the last quarter and the
school team again opened their of
fensive and a 60 yard run by Cheat
ham again put them within scoring
distance but again Kapaa stiffened
and held them away from the goal
The entire high school back field
showed flashes of speed during the
game but their Interference was
ragged and they had considerable
trouble getting by Yoshida and Ma
hlkoa on the Kapaa ends. In the
line Solomon Taeu; the lightest man
in the high school team was the
outstanding star. Time after time
he would break up plays before
they could get started. Give Solomon
a couple of years and about 30
pounds and . he Is going to make
a real football player.
Aguiar was the outstanding lines
man for Kapaa and with a little
more experience will make a valu
able man. The entire ' Kapaa team
deserves credit for their showing as
Waimea and Makaweli
Win West Side Titles
Former Girls Defeat Kalaheo Tear
In the Closest Battle of
MAKAWELI BOYS ALSO WIN
Sapaa Girls and Llhue Boys Teams
are to Meet West Slders To
day at Koloa
Waimea girls team and Makaweli
boys' team won the championship
of the west side last week by de
feating the Kalaheo teams. Doth
games were hard fought, the winner
in each case winning by the narrow
margin of one run.
The Waimea girls won by the
score of 26 to 25 after one of the
hardest fought battles of the sea
son. Both teams played good ball
and with just a little more luck the
result could have been the other
The Kalaheo boys had the hard
luck to lose by one run also, Maka
weli winning by the close score of
8 to 7. The two Kalaheo teams cer
tainly deserve a lot of credit for
their showing in these two games.
The finals tor the baseball cham
pionship will be settled this after
noon at Koloa when the Waimea
girls meet Kapaa and Makaweli boys
meet Lihue. Both games should be
close as the teams are about evenly
many of the men were novices at
The flowing was the line-up:
Kauai Position Kapaa
Moragne R.E.L. Yoshida
Lydgate ' R.T.L. Amalu
Maka R.G.L. Keliinol
R. Rice C. Victorino
Pleler L.G.R. Ah tong
Nagat . L..T.R. Aguiar
Camara L.E.R. Mahikoa
Montgomery Q. Bush
P. Rice R.H.L. Llzama
Kiilau v. . . L.H.R. Tsunehiro
Substitutes. Kapaa:' Ferreira: Ka
uai high: O. Cheatham for Peller,
Tseu for Maka, Maka tor O. Cheat
ham, Ferreira for Moragne.
The Word Wanted
A man walked into a garage where
his car was being repaired and was
heard to reprimand the garage own
er for telling him how to run his
own car, saying, "This is my car,
and what I say goes."
A moment later a tired, greasy
mechanic looked up from under the
car and said: "For goodness sake,
say 'engine.' "Western Christian
Courtesy is the quality that keeps
a woman smiling when a departing
guest stands at the open screen
and lets the tlies in. Freemont Trl
YOUR FRIENDS ARE PEOPLE OF
GOOD TASTE, OTHERWISE THEY
WOULD NOT BE YOUR FRIENDS.
THEREFORE, THEY WILL APPRE
CIATE BEING SERVED
BEFORE, AFTER, OR DURING THE
It's Good because
its made that way
I'lione 444 L or 112 W fop a Case,
The Y. M. C. A. has planned an
extensive observance of Father and
Son Week on Kauai and meetings
will be held at all the princpal
places on the island.
The meetings will open with a
monster gathering at Makaweli on
Thursday evening, November 16.
The following is the complete pro
gram: Program for Father and Son Week
Jimmy Taylor, Speaker
Thursday, Nov. 16.! Father and Son
gathering, Makaweli, 6:30 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 17: Father and Son
Banquet, Parish House, Lthuc.
Saturday, Nov. 18: Hanalei.
Sunday, Nov. 19: Forenoon, Lihue
Union Church; Afternoon at Ka
paa. Monday, Nov. 20: Father and Son
Banquet, Hawaiian hall, Kapaa, at
Tuesday, Nov. 21: Father and Son
Banquet, at Waimea, on Hawaiian
Wednesday, Nov. 22: Illustrated lec
ture, Waimea hall.
Thursday, Nov. 23: Visit schools;
Meet Y. M. C. A. leaders' in even
irg. Friday, Nov. 24: Hawaiian born
young people, Parish House, Li
hue. hanapepe boys' club at
camp Fire meeting
On Armistice Evo, last Friday
night, the Hanapepe Y. M. C. A.
Boys' Club held a big camp fire
mcetlrg down at the sea beach. Ear
ly part of the evening the boys con
ducted their regular club program.
Following that they marched length
wise and broadwise of the beach,
leaving millions of footprints, . all
this effort just to enjoy preying
upon the sand crabs, whic harp. of
course delicious to the taste after
having been broiled.
The boys kept the fire going all
night and enjoyed a wonderful time.
It is creditable to thj3 boys of the
Hanapepe club for conducting and
Initiating such a meeting just by
themselves, without the presence of
their club leader, who had been caJli
ed away to attend another meeting.'
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A large crowd of parents and
children enjoyed a special weekly
program conducted by tho Pakala
Boys Club. The program was espe
cially arranged to celebrate Armis
tice Day. Everybody at the meeting
seemed to have had a good time.
The following was the program:
1. Opening prayer by Rev. Oka
moto. 2. Star-Spangled Banner.
3. Talk by chairman on subject:
4. Songs: America the Beautiful;
6. Talk by Rev. Okamoto.
8. Closing songs: God be With
You; Aloha Oe.
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