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TITE GARDEN ISLAND, TtlfWDAY, FEP.TJUAl'Y 21, 1022
LIHUE JUNIOR LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
W L Pet.
Kapaia 2 0 1000
Braves 1 0 1000
Sunrise 1 1 500
Hanamaulu 0 2 000
Filipino 0 1 000
Kapaia held the lend in the Lihue
Junior League by winning from t!ie
Sunrise by the score ol 12 to 9 in
the first game of the double head ;r
Sunduy. The game was good ar.d
was featured by the heavy slug
ging on both sides. The Sunrise p it
up a game battle but the Kapaia
team was a little too strong for
The score: -,
R II E
Kapaia 12 11 4
Sunrise 9 7 3
The Braves trimmed tho Hatia
maulu team by the same score, win
ding after a hard game, Hanamaulu
has shown a great deal of improve
ment and will be in the running
from now on. The Braves are
out for tho championship and should
give a good account of themselves.
It H E
Braves 12 13 2
Hanamaulu 9 9 3
Next Sunday Kapaia and the
Braves will fight it out for first
place and this game should be one
of the best of the season. lioih
teams are strong although both are
weak in the box. Heavy hitting will
be a feature that can be expected.
The Hanamaulu team meets the
Filipino team and Hanamaulu
should have an excellent chance to
break into the win column. The Fili
pinos' are on probation and any
more exhibitions of poor sportniin
ship on their part will mean that
they are through with the league.
The championship game between
the Mill and Sunrise for the title
in the Kealia Winter League was
postponed on account of rain and
will be played next Sunday at Ka-paa.
LIHUE WINS BASKETBALL
CHAMPIONSHIP OF ISLAND
Standing of Clubs
Kauai high 4
Lihue clinched the championship
in the Kauai Basketball League last
night at Makaweli when they de
feated the tailenders, Ilanapepe, by
the score of 48 to 26. Lihue has one
game left to play and that is ag
ainst Makaweli, but as Makaweli
has already lost two games, one to
Lihue and the other to Kauai high,
even though they beat Lihue, the lat
ter team will still have the better
Lihuo did not Rhow so well in the
game last night as they seemed to
have quite a bit of difficulty in
finding the basket. Ilanapepe played
a much improved game and had the
Lihue team worried a lijtlo
The score at tho end of the first
period was 16 to 8 with Lihue on
the long end. At the end of tho first
half - Lihue was still out In front
with a 24 to 13 score. Both teams
in the last half duplicated their
score of the first two periods and
the final score was 48 to 2G.
lletsui and Nalcashima were the
Hanapepe stars, both playing great
basketball. Fcrnandes and Christian
were the stars for Lihue.
KAUAI HIGH SCHOOL
Some mighty fine tennis was
served up to the tennis fans last
Sunday at McBryde when Lindsay
Faye, Alec Lindsay, Wilson Cannon,
Dwight Baldwin, Caleb Burns, Dr.
Glaisyer, Charlie Brenham and Ro
bert Kay got together for somg
Burns and Glaisyer teamed up
and played Brenham and Cannon,
several fast sets. D. Baldwin and
Faye met Cannon and Glaisyer al
so. The feature of tho day was a sin
gles match between Caleb Burns and
Dwight Baldwin which the former
won. 8-6. This was indeed an inter
esting match, due to the fact
that two different types of games
were used. Baldwin was playing a
fast smashing game, while Burns
was playing a placing game.
Tennis fans can see more inter
esting tennis n'ext Sunday at Ko
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5 0 0
5 0 1
3 0 0
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Playing the best basketball game
yet seen in Lihue, Kauai high school
stepped out Friday night and defeated
Makaweli by the score of 33 to 26.
The high school outplayed their
heavier opponents in every depart
ment of the game. They led Maka
weli all the way from the start and
although Makaweli came within one
point of tieing them, the high school
was equal to the emergency and
spurted into a more substantial lead.
The high school boys started out
right off the reel and dropped three
baskets before Makaweli could make
one. This load gave the prep-school
team confidence and they played
for all they were worth. Tho score
at the end of the first quarter was
9 to 6.
Makaweli put on a spurt in the
second quarter and almost overtook
tho school boys but with good play
ing they managed to hold the lead
even though it was a slight one.
The score at half time was 14 to
All the high school rooters were
praying that their team would not
weaken during the last half as they
did against Lihue the week before.
The school boys startled their most
ardent rooters by playing Makaweli
off their feet in the third quarter
and they managed to increase their
lead to four points, the score at the
end of tho third period being 24
Everyone rcnlized that it was up
to tho high school to at least hold
their own in the Inst period if they
were to win and many doubted if
they could hold the pace. They play
ed the best basketball of the year
In the last period and made nine
points while Makaweli was making
six, the final score being 33 to 26.
It would be hard to pick out any
star on the high school team as
every player was on his game and
played tho best basketball of his
Damkroger was the Makaweli star
making 20 of his team's 26 points.
A DELIGHTFUL PARTY
11 4 4
Referee, Damkroger. Timer, Fern
andes. 4 f 4
loa as the clan will gather at the
Burns court at Koloa that morning.
Caleb Burns has offered a cup for a
gard to a classification of the play
ers on the island into A and B
A meeting of the Kauai Tennis
Association will be held shortly and
the principal topic will bo in re
singles elimination tournament
which will be tho permanent pos
session of tho winner. This tourna
ment should be played this spring
and the tournament for tho perpetu
al trophy in the fall.
P. M. Kodaira
P. O. Box 47 Lihue, Kauai
Kauai High G FG G
Camara, f 4 9 1
Lydgate, f 6 0 3
Wedemeyer c 10 2
Sinichi, g 10 0
Cheatham, g. 0 0 V
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Makaweli F GF G
Beam, f. 0 0 1
Aul, f 3,05
Baldwin, f. 0 ' 0 (0
Damjkroger c. 8 4 3
Marcallino, g. 0 0 1
Beecroft, g. 0 0 1
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Referee, Ferriera. Umpire, San
tos. Timer, Longstreth.
The four class teams have been
chosen and a series of games ar
ranged to play off for the champ
ionship. The trophy is a silver cup
given last year by the Girls' Bas
ketball Association. These games
will be played in the armory ac
cording to the following schedule:
Seniors-Sophomores vs. Freshmen,
Senior - ' Sophomores vs. Freshmen,
Sophomores vs. Junior Freshmen,
Junior Freshmen vs. Freshmen, on
On Tuesday evening, February 14,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bnyless gave a
delightful Valentine party to a group
of high school students. The invi
tations wore issued in the form of
red hearts with an appropriate in
vitation verse printed in white.
Each guest brought a valentine as
the toll of his admission which wns
received at the door by Master Ken
neth who had the U. S. mail pouch.
These valentines were later auc
tioned off with candy hearts serv
ing as coin. There was lots of fun
in the bidding as both girls and
boys made bids. The spacious living
room of tho manse was decorated
with hearts in every direction.
Soon after arriving there was a
heart hunt, as small candy hearts
had been bidden in every secret
place. Following this game each
guest was given a torn red culico
heart and asked to mend their
broken hearts. Prizes were award
ed to the boy and girl who proved
tho best darners. All the games of
tho evening were strictly valentine.
Tho one called "Cinderella" provok
ed much laughter. Toward tho close
of tho evening cut hearts were pass
ed and after being matched for
partners the guests were invited to
the dining room where again hearts
were very much in evidence, not
only in the decorating but through
out the refreshments. As the young
people left they expressed great
appreciation to their host and host
ess for this splendid evening of
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Last Friday afternoon, Mr.). J. M.
Lydgate and Mrs. James Corstor
phine gave a brid,jo party at Mrs.
Lydgate's home in honor of Miss
Dora Lydgate of Hawaii, who is vis
iting them. About 30 of Mis.i Lyd
gateiis friends were invited.
Miss Josephine Israel, of Kapaa,
gave a Valentine party, February
14 at the wireless cottage, Lihue
for fifteen of her little girl friends.
Each girl received a heart place
card filled with choico candios and
and a tiny lei. The house was beau
tifully decorated with hearts of all
Mrs. E. Allen Creevey of Maka
weli entertained a number of her
young friends at a very enjoyable
party on Valentino day.
Senor - Sophomores vs. Sophomore,
Sophomores vs. Freshmen, March
To glvo more girls an opportun
ity to play cn a team a second lea
gue has been formed. These three
teams, Sparrows, Minah birds and
Pheasants, will compete for a ban
ner. The games will bo played on
the new court at the high school.
The following schedule has been
Sparrows vs. Minah Birds, FobTu
Minah Birds vs. Pheasants,, March
Pheasants vs. Sparrows, March 13.
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