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TIIE GARDEN ISLAND,
TUESDAY, MARCn 14, 1922
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Arrive for Basketball
Series With Kauaiam;
Tho University of Hawaii basket
ball team arrived on Kauai via thr
Clnudino this morning to tackle I hi
local teams In four game series.
BMght players and Mr. and Mrs
Klum are the university party
while "Shorty" Hoch, the well known
referee from Honolulu, also la with
the party. Mr. Hoch refereed alt
the games in the recent Inter Is
land tournament in Honolulu and
Kauai is very fortunate in helm;
ablo to secure the services of such
a capable official.
The varsity men making tho trip
are Dlaisdell, the Chung brothers,
Wong, Fuller, Fardcn, Matsuguma,
Tho varsity will tackle their hard
est proposition tonight at the Li
hue Armory when they meet tho
fust Kauai high school team. The
varsity will be handicapped by not
having their land logs after the su
trip last night and by the smallnesii
of the local court. The high school
boys have been working hard for
this game and are in excellent
Coach Klum has not announcatl
the line up he will use against the
local teams, but there is not doubt
that he will start his strongest line
up, as he is not taking any chancat-;
on being surprised.
The high school will start their
regular team with Camara and Lyd
gate at forward, Ernest Wedemeyer
at center, and Cheatham and Sin
ichl at guard. The high school team
is probably the best on Kauai today
and should give the varsity their
Lihue will meet the varsity on
Wednesday evening at the Lihue Ar
mory in the second game. Lihuo
will have a tougher battle on their
hands, as the varsity will have an
opportunity to get accustomed to
the court and will have lost their
sea-legs. If Lihue can show tho
form that they had at the first of
the season they are going to make
a good game of it.
Thursday, the varsity will jour
ney to Makaweli and meet the Ma
kaweli team at the community hou.ia
court. The varsity will have an op
portunity to show local fans some
real basketball as they will be on a
court somewhere near the size thoy
are accusomed to. They will be out
weighed by the Makaweli team, but
Kpeed and team work should stand
them in good stead. West side fans
are pulling for the Makaweli team
to spring a surprise on the varsUy.
This game should be a battle nil
the way and should wraw one of the
biggest crowds on the island. Ma
kaweli as been working hard and
will be able to put their strongest
team on the court. Betsui and Auld
will start at forward, Damkroger at
ceuter, and Beam and Beecroft at
The best game of the series will
bo played at .the Makaweli court
when the varsity will meet the All
Kauai team. This game ought to
bo one of the best as Kauai has ex-
LIHUE JUNIOR LEAGUE
Standing of Clubs
MISS VERA MARSTON
IS HONOR GUEST
Hanamaulu startled Lihue baseball
fans by trimming the Kapaia team
in tho first game of the second
round of the Lihue Junior League
by the score of 8 to 5. What makes
tho defeat startling is the fact that
Kapaia won the championship of !
the first round by winning all their
games and Hanamaulu was tho tail
onder, losing all their games.
The Hanamaulu team took a real
brace and played good ball and
at the same time had little or no
trouble with tho offerings of Fred
Fcrnandes, the Kapaia twirler.
Kapaia wus without the services
of two of their star players, Johnny
Fernandes and Bob Okuda. This
had quite an influence on the play
ing of the Kapaia team, but at the
same time no credit must be taken
from the Hanamaulu team who play
ed a great game.
SUNRISE DEFEATS FILIPINOS
The Sunrise defeated the Filipinos
in one of the best games of the
year, the final score being 4 to 2.
Both teams played great ball and
the result was in doubt until the
last man was out in the ninth.
This victory gave the Sunrise
team a good start toward the cham
pionship of the second round, as
the Filipinos were considered one
of the hardest teams in the league
to beat. With the defeat of the Ka
paia team by Hanamaulu both the
Braves and the Sunrise will have
a chance to annex the championship.
cellent material available for an
all-star aggregation. The all Kauai
team will be picked from the fol
lowing material: Damkroger, Cam
ara, Lane, Auld, Cheatham, Beecroft,
Bclsui, and Fernandes.
Every game will be worth the
trip and behooves those that intend
to take in the games in Lihue to
be sure and reserve their seats for
both contests at once. Reservations
can be made at the Lihue Store.
LIHUE Hl-Y DEFEATS
DORMITORY Hl-Y IN
One of the fastest and best play
ed basketball games of the season
was staged last Wednesday after
noon when a quintet from the Lihue
Hi-Y met a similar aggregation re
presenting tho dormitory.
The final score of 19-18 tells in
part the tenseness that prevailed at
certain stages t in the game. Every
point was annexed as the result of
hard and clean fighting. Tho lengthy
reaches of "Shorty" Wedemeyer were
valuable assets to the scoring end
of the Lihue line-up.
Lack of opportunity for team
practice was evident in both teams.
The playing and results however
were most commendablo and bespeak
an interesting occasion when a corn-
On Tuesday afternoon Misses El
sie and Mabel Wilcox entertained
a large number of friends at a de
lightful bridge tea in honor of Miss
Vera Marston, who is to be a June
Tho spacious living room and din
ing room were beautifully decorated
with masses of day lilies and pur
ple lilacs, Shasta daisies and Afri
can daisies in every shade imagin
able. Prizes for tho highest scores were
won by Mrs. K. S. Swain, Miss Edith
Itico and Mrs. J. II. Midklff.
Those invited to piny bridge were
Mrs. .1. T. Midktrf. Mrs. E. S. Swan.
Mrs. E. H. Case, Mrs. II. D. Slog
ged. Mrs. R. L. Wilcox. Miss C Me-
Intyre, Mrs. W. N. Stewart, Mrs.
U. D. Moler, Mrs. F. W. Jennings,
Mrs. F. Crawford. Mrs. C. M. V.
Forster, Mrs. P. L. Hire, Miss Edith
Rice, Miss Hanson, Miss Marston.
Miss Roe, Mrs. A. O. Mutton. Mrs.
R. II. Itagood. Mrs. Caleb Burns.
Mrs. Frank I'.nrns. Mrs. A. S. Wil
cox, Mrs. J. C. Jamie-son, Mrs. A. D.
Hills, Mrs. Donnelley, Mrs. Wm.
Grote, Mrs. J. B. Corstorphine, Mrs.
Sam Carter, Mrs. C. U Lane T. E.
Those invited to join the others
at the tea hour were Mrs. A. En
glehart, Mrs. Albert Homer, Mrs.
Charles Rice, Mrs. K. C. Hopper,
Mrs. R. W. Bayless, Mrs. Doyle.
Mrs. I. J. Hogg, Mrs. E. II. W. Broad
bent, Mrs. N. Locke, Mrs. J. H. Mor
agne, Mrs. Taul Iscnberg, Miss Dale
and Miss Wightman.
4 4 4
MRS. T. L.
GIVES BRIDGE TEA
Mrs. T. L. Morgan was a charm
ing bridge tea hostess on Tuesday
afternoon. Her guests were Mrs. T.
E. Longstreth, Miss Elenor Dale, Mrs.
Justin Smith, Mrs. A. Grandhome.
Mrs. J. M. Kuhns, Mrs. J. A. Hogg,
Miss Alma Barker, Mrs. E. F. Wood,
Mrs. Lydgate, Misa Agnes Dunn, Miss
Lottie Jordan, MIbs Helen King,
Miss Mary Knight, Miss Dora Lyd
gate, Miss Alice Young, Mrs. J. M.
Lydgate, Mrs. R. F. Middleton, Mrs.
W. R. Hobby, Miss Lyndall Jacobs.
Miss Lucy Wakefield, and Mrs. C.
Mrs. R. Middleton won first prize;
Mrs. W. R. Hobby, second, and Miss
ENTERTAIN AT TEA
Tho teachers of the so-called
"New Cottage" had a delightful tea
on Saturday afternoon in appreci
ation of the many kind things done
for them by the ladies of Lihue.
On account of their lack of china
the girls used wooden plates on
which were pasted shamrock. Pa
per napkins also helped to carry
on tho St. Patrick effect.
The house was prettily decorated
bination of these two Hi-Y bunches
meet the Rah-Rah Boys on Tuesday
Lihue Lydgate and Akama, for
wards. Wedemeyer, center. Morag
ne and Cheatham, guards.
Dormitory Ah Kong and Sadoa,
forwards. Camara, center. Sinichi
and Sinkichi, guards.
with flowers that thoughtful friends
had sent and little. Japanese girls
in bright kiomonos served tea, cake
Miss Jacobs and Miss King poured
tea while other girls welcomed tho
many guests, who came in and out
all afternoon from 3:00 to 6:00.
JUDGE AND MRS HOFGAARD
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER
Judge and Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard en
tertained last Sunday evening at a
dinner party at their Waimea home,
in honor of the ncwlyweda, Mr, and
Mrs. Arthur G. Clutterbuck, havin;;
as their guests Mr. and Mrs. E. Al
ien Creevey and Mr. and Mrs. Neil
LURLINE IN AND OUT
Tho Lurline arrived at Port Allen
Inst Thursday with 200 tons of
freight and departed for Honolulu
the same afternoon. Among the pas
sengers departing were A. B. Braue,
C. A. Baggotl. J. tjuinlan, D. R.
Owens and E. A. Moody.
This is the first trip of the Lur
line since her renovation.
Notice is hereby given that John
I. Silva. doing a general merchan
dise business nt Eleele, Island of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, under
the name of "Eleele Store," has this
day assigned all of his property- to
the undersigned for the benefit of
his creditors. All creditors of the
above named John I. Silva and all
persons having claims n gainst him
will present same, duly authenticat
ed and with proper vouchers, if any
exist, to the undersigned, at said
Eleele Store, within sixty (60) days
from tho date thereof, otherwise
they will bo forever barred.
Dated March 17th, 1922.
THEO. II. DAVIES & COMPANY,
Assignee for tho benefit of tho
creditors of JOHN I. SILVA.
The Board of Registrations for the
Islands of Kauai and Niihau will sit
in the County Building at Lihue on
Friday, March 24th to hear appeals
from the decisions of the County
Clerk, that may properly come be
fore the Board.
J. L. HJORTII,
Board of Registration, Is
lands of Kauai and Niihau.
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE
. Tho business property of tho M.
S. Tomas Co., at Kapaa. is for salo.
This porperty, consisting of a lot
75 x 100, a two story store build
ing, a residence and a garage, is lo
cated on the main business Ihor
oughfare of Kapaa and at about tho
center of tho town. For further pir
M. S. HENRIQUES
Trustee M. S. Tomas Co., Creditors
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Office on Wm. Hyde Rice Promisee
I'lione 154 h
A Man Can't Live Forever
I5nt a Trust Company Can; and in 1 rusts covei-iiij; a period of time con
tinued existence is of vital importance.
Ho the thoughtful testator names this company in his will as trustee
of his estate, thus providing against tiny break in the performance of the
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