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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1921
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trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Make Your Own
Here is the complete Kohter
Automatic Power and Light
outfit. Note the simplicity ot
Its construction. Its clean-cut
appearance, its sturdy build
note, above all, the entire ab
sence ot the usual bank of
large glass battery cells. There
are but three simple units in
the Kohler system: Its efficient
four-cylinder, water-cooled jmo
tor; its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
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READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
(Continued from page three
morning at 10:30. Foster Horner
ill play the winner of Dr. Glaisyer
ihinese series. The other three gam-
will be played in the afternoon
two o'clock. The winner of the
Dr. Morgan-Nunes will meet the Win
er of the Damkroger-Burns series.
Jim Corstorphine will meet Albert
Horner and Dwight Baldwin will
meet Marcus Monsarratt.
All these games should provide
some interesting tennis as the play
ers are very evenly matched. The
inners of these games will en into
semi finals which will be played the
following Sunday at the same court.
Allen Creevy will referee all the
games and the linesmen will be ap
VOLLEY BALL SCHEDULE
AT MAKAWELI FINISHED
A very successful volleyball sched
ule has Just been completed at the
Makawell Plantation community
house. Four teams competed for
the pennant, which ended up with
the Japanese Athletic Club in the
lead, having won every game in
which they played.
The standing of the teams at the
close of the schedule was as follows:
Teams G Won Lost Pet.
Japanese A.C. 6
Portuguese A. C. 6
V. A. C. (Ca. 4) 6
F.A.C. (NewCa.) 6
TWO KAUAI BOYS ON
Kauai will probably have two
men on the University of Hawaii
football team this year. Mortimer
Lydgate was a regular last year and
Is sure of a birth this season. Har
rison Rice is also trying out for
the team and has a good chance
of making it.
Both these men are athletes of
some note. Lydgate was captain of
the Punahou championship team. His
weight coupled with considerable
speed and fighting ability, make
him a very valuable man to the
team. He is also a good punter
and line plunger. He is one of the
very few men in the line who are
sure of their position.
Rice has never made the showing
in football that has characterized his
track efforts. He is an exceptional'
ly good hurdler and a quarter-miler,
He has also had some basketball
NAVAL EXPERT HAS INVENTION
Among the invantors that hav!
been exercising their wits over the
problem ot a satisfactory machine
for cutting sugar ane in th fields
is Admiral Sir I'otcr Scott, ihe
famous British expert in naval eun
nery. A report t.'om London states
that Sir Percy has evolved a ina
chine "which is expected to solve
the labor difficulties of planters the
According to a description civon
the machine is designed for propul
sion by hand. It weighs about 2U0
pounds. The work of cutting the
cane is done by a knife revolving
at the rate of about aOdu revolu
tions per minute.
The inventor is quoted as say
ing that in trials in which pieces of
hard bamboo two inches in diameter
were used, offering two or three
times the resistence of sugar cane
"the knife went through the bunch
es like butter." .
NEGROS DOUBLE ACREAGE
The area under sugar cane in the
province of Occidental Negros, the
principal sugar producing district of
the Philippines, is twice as large
this year as in 1920, says a report
from the manager of the Philippine
National Bank's agency in that
Negros should produce double the
amount of sugar next season that
it did last season, the report Bays
providing the Philippine National
Bank can extend the necessary aid
to carry the planters over the crop
ping season. Some of the planters
were not able to give the cane the
last plowing which it should have
to make it a full crop, but on the
whole the prospects . are declared
More and more, disease is being
cured before it begins, says, the
U. S. Public Health Service. Typhus
which drove Napoleon from Moscow,
and destroyed his army, is now be
ing wiped out by soap and hot wat
er. Smallpox, once classed with
measles as a deadly but inevitable
child s disease, is being ended with
tiny tubes of vaccine. Lead poison
ing in potteries is being markedly
checked by the workmen eating out
side their workrooms and washing
the lead glaze off their hands be
fore eating at all. Children by thou
sands are being saved from slow
starvation by attention to their
teeth, which enables them to eat
and digest their food. Wherever
modern public health work is in
progress, lives are longer and safer
than they were.
Little drops of water,
Little raiHlna, too
But Undo Sam won't let us
Tell you what they'll do.
U. C. T. News.
You put 'em in the coffee pot
By jings, we're not afraid
And then sh-sh, someone's comin'
Or we'd tell you how it's made.
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