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TIIK GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 8, 1921
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You Are Invited
TO INSPECT AN EXHIBIT AND SALE OP
The Hawaiian News & Thrum's, Ltd.
MOKIHANA HALL, LIHUE, KAUAI
From November 15 to 18
There will be shown nil extensive line of Books (for all
apes), Folders of ILnvaiian Views and Flowers
in Colors, Calendars, Cards and Nov
elties Suitable for Christmas.
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liable and have been with us for many years, end
know every Inch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do draylng and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
We run the stage line between 'LI hue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
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READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
WHO WON? WE WILL
The married ladies of Lihue play
ed the school marma Indoor baseball
Tuesday evening at the armory.
Somebody won and somebody lost
but as neither side will keep quiet
long enough to let the others tell
about it, the result will always be in
doubt. As a baseball game it was. a
Indoor Ball Dope
The Chinese and Hawallans are
tied for first place In the Indoor
Baseball League and will meet on
Wednesday evening at the armory
to Bee who continues with the per
The Portuguese threw a scare into
the Hawaiians last Wednesday ev
ening when they made the pol eaters
extend themselves to win. The final
score was 11 to 10 and it was not
decided until the 'last half of the
The Chinese had a fairly easy time
with the haoles and won as they
The Legion took ten innings to
defeat these same haoles on Monday
evening and were almost defeated
in doing it. The haoles made two
runs in their half of the tenth and
it looked like curtains for the Leg
ionnaires, but they showed the old
fight and pushed three runs over
the pan in their half, snatching vic
tory when apparently all was lost.
The Portuguese had little trouble
defeating the Japanese in the second
game Monday evening and evened
up their score of wins and defeats.
Standing of Clubs
Club W. L.
Games Wednesday Evening
Hawaiians vs. Chinese.
Legion vs. Japanese.
WAILUA GOLF. CLUB
HOLDS FIRST TOURNAMENT
The Wailula Golf Club held their
first handicap tournament last Sun
day at their course. Eleven players
turned out for the tournament . and
some very good scores were turned
Dr. Hagood was the low man for
the day and turned in the excellent
score of 49. Doc. was given a hand!
cap of 16 and this put him way out
in the front with the low score of
33. Doc played wonderful golf and
was beaten by only one stroke In
actual score by Jimmy Spalding and
Dan Arcia, the two scratch men
Both of them turned in 48. so tt
can be seen that Doc is going to
lose his big handicap and play up
with the smart fellows. Takata of
Kealia was second with 64 actual
and his 18 handicap brought him
down to 46. Alvln Branco was third
with a 71 actual and a 24 handicap
which made his score 47.
The results of the match are as
Dr. Hagood 16 49 33
S. Takata 18 64 46
A. Branco 24 71 47
L. Agaard 12 60 - 48
D. Arcia 0 48 48
J. Spalding 0 48 48
J. Corstorphine 6 58 52
F. Burns 12 66 54
N. E. Weight 24 80 66
C. J. Fern 24 81 57
Ashton Hogg 24 82 68
Next Sunday another tournament
will be held and it Is hoped that
even a larger number of the mem
bers of the club will be present to
The Kauai freshman defeated the
Waimea freshmen in the chamDion
ship series of playground ball at
Koloa last Friday by the score of
10 to 9. The boys played mighty
good ball and the result was in doubt
until the last man was out in the
The girls also took the champion
ship from Waimea by the score of
14 to 6.
This completes the baseball series
for the high school and football has
complete sway now. Basketball is be
ing planned and the interclass teams
are beginning to organize.
On November 16 the interclass
football championship will be decid
ed by a game between the sopho
more freshmen team and the junior
After this game the school team
will be picked and will start practice
so as to be ready to meet the Lihue
veterans on Thanksgiving Day at
the high school field. The vets are
out three times a week practicing
and although their Joints creak
when they try to run hey expect
to give the high school a battle on
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