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The Garden Island. [volume] (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 30, 1920, Image 6

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SCHOOL NOTES .
High School.
On Wednesday afternoon, Novem
ber 24, the Sophomore-Seniors and
Freshman-Juniors clashed In their
final battle of football, on the High
School field. Every member of the
school turned out to root for his or
her team, and needless to say, there
was no lack of enthusiasm and school
spirit. The first half of the game
was refereed by Mr. Townsend and
the second half by Mr. Chillingworth.
The Sophomore-Seniors kicked off
to the Freshman-Juniors, who run up
tho field to be downed on the center.
The Freshmen-Juniors thn hammer
ed tho Sophomore-Senior line back
for a touchdown. The quarter ended
without any further excitement. The
second quarter started with the Sophomore-Senior
on the Freshman-Junior's
thirty yard line. The teams
see-sawed back and forth for a few
minutes, then the Sophomore-Seniors
rallied and ahmmercd tho Freshman-Juniors
back for a touchdown
and kicked goal, making the score 7
to 6.
Tho third quarter passed by with
out a score on either side, but left the
Freshman-Junior rooters a little un
easy. The fourth started with a lot
of vigor and the teams did some
hard playing. Finally, with two and
a half minutes to play, the Freshman
Juniors rallied and drove the Sopho
more-Seniors down to their twenty
yurd line and directly In front of the
goal The FreshmanAjunlor quarter
back called for a place kick, but the
play was made off-side by the Sopho
more-Senior center and they were
penalized five yards. The Freshman
Juniors kicked off to the Sophomore'
Soniors who brought the ball up to
center before they were downed. The
quarterback then slipped off to the
right about 20 yards. When the
bull was snapped, a fine forward pass
sailed over to the waiting quarter,
who became excited and allowed the
ball to slip from his hands. In this
the Sophomore-Seniors lost their last
chance to make a score. The same
trick was tried again but this time
the Freshman-Juniors were wise to
the play and had a man ready. By
this time the whistle sounded, which
ended a most exciting game, leaving
it with a score of 7 to 12 in favor'of
the Freshman- Juniors. ,
On Monday Dr. Leebrlck of the Un
iversity of Hawaii paid us a visit
and gave the assembly a very Inter
esting talk on the racial problems
here and on the mainland.
The land about the domestic science
building has been plowed preparatory
to Its being planted Into a vegetable
garden to supply the school kitchen,
Our building is nearing completion
now, and we have hopes of -being
moved in and settled down by Christ
mas.
The High School was well repres
tnted at the Y. M. C. A banquet last
Friday night. The pennant for the
victorious football team was presented
by Mr. Warner to the Freshman-Juniors.
Tho basket ball game that was
played between our boys and the Li-
hue business men was one of the best
games played here. Both teams
played splendidly, and up until the
laBt quarter the High School was in
the lead. But in the last quarter our
boys lost some of their pep, and al
lowed the game to end in a well earned
victory for the business men.
Kapaa School.
The teachers and pupils have taken
up playground baseball. The first
gume was staged last week, the teach
ers walloping tht eighth grade girls
by a score of. 30-24 In an exciting
game.
The teachers of the main building
met the teachers from the bungalows,
and the former won by the score of
12-10.
Rev. U. G. Murphy, noted as a
world traveller, and a fluent Japan
ese speaker, paid a visit to the school
last week.
Rehearsals are being held frequent
ly for a Christmas play to be given
by the pupils on December 17th at
Kapaa Hall. A dance will also feat
ure the occasion.
As tho reward of much hard work
on the part of the pupils as well as
tho teachers, the school garden is
showing splendid results.
The enrolment has increased to a
total of 705 pupils.
Waimea Scho
Last week was an eventful one at
tho school. The School Concert was
a tremendous success. Hach act was
different and drew the applause well
due it. The school has now nearly
three hundred dollars to he ued for a
Christmas tree, and presents for the
children.
The dance that followed tho show
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went off in grand style. Two or-
..hirao wpre Dlaying: Lorenzo s
Porto Rican orchestra from Kekaha,
and Waimoa's Royal Hawaiian string
ed band.
On Friday, Waimea won the champ
ionship of this side of the island in
playground ball by defeating Maka
weli 5.4. The game was tight all
through. After the first, inning no
scores were made until the fifth, then
none until the eighth, when the last
two scores for Waimea were tallied.
Next week the team will tackle the
central division champions for island
honors.
Miss Hundley made a hurried trip
to see us on Tuesday.
Most of the teachers got to the
mountains or took other trips during
the Thanksgiving Holidays. Sever
al dinner parties were reported by
those who did not leave Waimea.
. ;:
The Christmas Spirit.
(By Miss W. A. Paul
(From the Makawell News)
Nearly 2000 years ago there was
born into the world a little child.
Just an ordinary baby, born in cir
cumstances as lowly as could possibly
be; yet, when the anniversary of that
little child's birth comes round, over
the whole civilized world comes a
wonderful feeling called "The Christ
mas Spirit."
Just what this means is very diffi
cult to describe. Some people think
it means giving and receiving pres
ents; others, having plenty of spec,
tally good things to eat; and others,
giving the children a good time. Well,
it means all this and more. So give
the children the best time you can;
have a good one yourselves, but e
member, there is a deeper, better
meaning to it also, one which can per
haps best be summed up by the grand
old Christmas motto, "Peace on Earth
and Goodwill towards Men." Get out
and do something for the other fellow.
Above all, sink all quarrels and griev
ances, never mind who was In the
right.
If the men who fought in the ter
rible war, which is still so fresh in
all our memories, could forget every
thing except that it was Christmas,
and not only do kindnesses to their
fellow soldiers, the people whose coun
try they were in, and even to their
actual enemies, surely it is up to
us, to not only cultivate that same
spirit, but to keep it up for all time.
Then indeed, Christmas will be, not
only a Merry, but also o Happy one.
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We also have an excellent line of imported per
fumes, Bjerkiff Kewpie Dolls, Parker Fountain
Pens, Stationery, Thermos Bottles, Photo Al
bums, Milady Decollete Gillette Razors for
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