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The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 21, 1922, Image 5

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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1922
-SPORTS -
Kauai High and Yets
to Play at Like Park
The annual game between Kauai
High and Kauai Vets on Thanks
giving Day is causing so much In
terest and so many tickets are be
ing sold that It has been necessary
to change the location of the game
from the high school field to Lihue
Park. The necessary perml"!lon hus
been secured from the plantation.
Last year's crowd practically tax
ed the capacity of the high school
field and from all appearances of
the advance sale this year's crowd
will double that of last year.
Both teams are out to win, the
high school especially, since they
were held scoreless by Kapaa on
Armistice Day. The high school boys
are blaming their failure to score
on Kapaa on overconfidenue and
with this idea in mind they re
doubled their efforts In practice.
They hope to take the measure of
the Vets on Turkey Day.
The Vets hare increased their
practice to three times a week and
are also planning to get In a Sun
day practice so It can be seen that
they are not holding their oppon
ents lightly by any means. The Vets
are out to repeat their rl:tt r of
last year but It they do so they
will have a battle on their hands,
as the high school team liai gain
ed a great deal of experience since
last Thanksgiving Day.
The high school team has been
greatly strengthened by three new
backfield men, Paul Rice, Charley
Klilau and Tim Montgomery, bcirg
the new men on the school team.
With the addition of the backfield
men the school team has been able
to move two of last year's back up
into the line, and this has added
considerable weight to the school
line.
The freshman class this year did
not bring very much new material
that will be available this year
with the exception of Solomon Tweu.
There Is quite a bit of material in
the class that will be available
In a year or so when the boys
take on some weight.
The Vets' line has also been
changed from end to end this year,
the only men remainlngas regulars
from last year being A. Wedemey
er at center, Amalu and Makanan
ni at guards, and Kaiwl and Mahl
koa at ends. New men who will
play In the line-up for the Vets
are Gandill and Agular at guards,
Lydgate and Christian at tackles
and Carter and Crawford at ends.
In the backfield last year's veter
ans. Lane, Longstreth, Yoshida and
Fern will be playing while theew
men will be Bush, Llzama and Sa
dao. With the improvement ' in both
teams this years game should be a
far better game both from the spec
tators' point of view and from a
football standpoint.
Tickets for the game are now on
sale and can be obtained from any
high school boy or girl. General
admission to the game will be 25
Kauai Soccer League
Starts In January
The Kauai Soccer League will op
en its regular Beason the first Sun
day in January. This year will see
five teams in the league, with two
of them new teams. The McBryde
team which won the championship
In 1921 and took second place in
1922 will not enter a team this
year. Just what the reason is for
this action Is not known. The fail
ure of McBryde to enter a team
will be a serious loss to the league
as tho Scots have always had a
strong team and have been one of
the few teams in the league that
always had eleven regular men on
the field at every game.
The soccer fans of the island will
regret the failure of McBryde to
enter, as one was always assured
of a good battle when the Scots
trotted on tho field.
Another feature of soccer is the
fact that a game which Is played
primarily by the skilled help of a
plantation and the failure of a dis
trict to enter a team robs the skill
ed employees an opportunity to en
gage in healthful competitive sports.
The new teams In the league this
year are Kekaha and Makee. Both
districts have a wealth of material
and both will be heard from before
the season is over. The district of
Makaweli, Lihue and Koloa will
again be represented this year.
The Lihue and Makee teams are
being entered by the Kauai Athletic
Association.
Y.M.CANotes
INDOOR LEAGUE
TO START 800N
The indoor baseball league will
be started Just as soon as the wir
ing of the armory is completed. This
year's league will follow along the
lines of last year's and will be a
racial league. At present six teams
have expressed a desire to enter
and It is probable that there may
be two more teams with Kauai
high as one.
K. A. A. HOLDS
FIRST SMOKER
. The Kauai Athletic Association
held its first smoker at the county
building last Saturday evening. Ow
ing to the fact that there were no
less than four luaus In the immediate
vicinity of Lihue the attendance
was not as large as expected.
Nell Locke spoke to the members
on co-opcratlon, while Rev. Bayless
spoke on high standards of athlet
ics. Judge Achl presided at the
meeting.
cents while automobile parking space
will be 60 cents. The game will
start at 2:30.
Send your magazine orders (new
or old) to the K. C. Hopper News
Agency, Lihue, and they will be
promptly attended to. Phone 22.L.
Adr.
If Kauai boasted a
WHO'S WHO
you would find every name listed, as that of per
sons prominent in Kauai Bociety and business
affairs, among those listed on our books as regular
users of ,
Lihue Soda
If your case is nearly gone
Phone 444 L or 112 W
Lihue Ice & Electric Power Co., Ltd.
BOYS CLUB WAS
ORGANIZED AT KUKUIULA
Last Tuesday evening, the gram
mar school boys of Kukuiula met
in the old school building and or
ganized a Y. M. C. A. Boys' Club.
The officers elected for this club
were Tsuruo, president and leader.
Hajime, vice president, Shlem, sec
retary, and MansaUu, treasurer.
Like the other clubs, the program
of the Kukuiula boys club Is based
upon Bible study. Already this club
has taken a definite place of ser
vice activities, namely, the general
care of the building in which they
hold meetings, and to boost the at
tendance of Sunday school which
also started last Sunday.
KOLOA BOYS CLUB SPENT
NIGHT AT BEACH HOUSE
Friday after school the members
of the Koloa Boys' Club parked their
bundles across their shoulders and
frolicly hopped down to Dr. Water
house's beach house to spend the
evening. Upon their arrival to the
destination they - released the packs
each for each prepared himself a
fishing tackle and ruthlessly in
vaded the high water marks.
After enticing the fishes with up
palatable bait, the invaders wve
frusterated in their hopes for lad
ing a whale. They all returned to
the beach house with a simple fish
erman's luck and that was an empty
fish bag and wet trousers. They
caught none but their hopes wore
illuminated when they thought of the
warm campfirc, juicy ham and egg
sandwiches that mother made and
a cosy place to sleep away the
night.
Dinner hour arrived and each
boy spreading his eats before him.
and began filling up the inner man
until he was quite contented. The
boys then assembled in one of
the rooms and played games and
told stories until their eyelids be
gan to get heavy. Masuo and William
having heard a mild ghost story,
began crawling in one of the clos
ets and there peacefully slept the
whole night. Upon the floor there
five tiny ones, Kiyoto, Yukio, Ber
nard, Willie and Toshio, all of
them In a row.
In the morning all got up and took
some exercise and went in swim
ming. Then the boys had their
breakfast and did some more fish
ing and came home.
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
The Kuikahi Club met on Wednes
day evening, November 15, at Mo
kihana hall, and organized for the
year's work, with Mrs. Lewis Jack
son as leader. The following mem
bers were present:
Kiku Kiikuni, Misao Ishil, Takl
Mizutani, Mizuo Yamada, Hanako
Mlzutani, Masao Siki, Stella Tho
mas, Kazu Auamlzu, Tanako Ha
mata, Mitsu Inoujl, Chijoe Muraoka,
Masayo Kanemoto.
Election of officers resulted as
follows: President, K. Kiikuui; vice
president, M. Ishil; secretary, T.
Sano; treasurer, M. Yamada.
The next meeting will be held
December 7, and anyone interested
and wishing to Join, may apply ot
the leader, to the officers, or to
Miss Hanson.
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