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Granada pioneer, November 21, 1942

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Title:
Granada pioneer, November 21, 1942
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
Publication Date:
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Amache
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 8

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University of Florida
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Joseph H. McClelland Collection

Full Text
Evacuee employees who
will l>e eligible to work
for private contractors
within the center have a-
greed to haul coal into tiiis
center for a period of two
consecuti-re weeks, it was
announced by 'Walter J. Kno-
del, placement officer to-
day*
Those who have previously
worked for contractors i?ill
not oe called upon until
the eligible supply is ex-
haustedhe added* £0 appli-
cants have already begun
hauling coal tills week#
'Gl* iS IHEHE
OF TONITES HOP
New records have been
obteined and. will fee-
tured at tonigh 3 Cl danc^
the rr.crdati on clepartmont
anncunco 1 jevxcr^j^ Sc-
leet j.ons i n clu dc- !,?/hitc
Ghrie^irias1% f,My Dvctionf\
"Uanezoo, and H1 Lfaft
My Heart at the Stage Door
Cantoen?f
Dancing -ill *bo .from
7:20 to 10:30 pm, at Terry
hall.
Yol.1,Bo. %
SCWi C
S IMi
The contract for the con-
struction of a high school
and two elementary school
buildings was let to the
R. E Rippe Construction
company of South Pasadena,
California,R J* O^Rourke,
project engineer, annomiced
Friday. The schools will
be completed in 120 days
according to the contract
signed in Denver.
Several sub-contracts
have already "been let and
work will start immediBelj9
H. B. Winter, superintendent
of construction, re¥eled*
The bid was for 08 ,8
November 21.1942
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NlfiUCflN
4i_ fEII
with f155,886 to be spent
on the high school end
$172,612 on the elenentary
schools# Japanese will be
employed cm constziuotion
work.
AUGUST PAY
DUE MONDAY
Tlie August payroll iias
"been cleared and payments
will begin Mtmda/ at the
PIONEER building from 1 to
7 p.m*, Senior Administra-
tive Officer Henry A Halli-
day announced yesterday.
Workers wh.0 entered on
.duty on Aug* SI will not
be paid for tliat day "but
tiae time will t>e credited
to their cozens at ary leav;e.
Women Elect
Mrs. lanazswa and
Saita were named temporary
ch.airmen yf the C^ranada
Womenfs federation which
met in 7H recreation hall
Thursday morning, with hrs9
Eori presiding#
kesdames Kajiokaand Abe
wex^e tentatively naBiecl sec-
retaries, and committee mem-
bers elected ^ere Iwesdames
Ha^iwara, Higaki, Hix*oki,
Inouyej, Kamiya, Knto, Karu-
mi,Ogata Ohama, Takeyama,
Terami, and Tcanasaki.
DR SMITH TO
THANKSGIVING
Br. Frank Herron Smith,
chairiijan of the Pacific
Coast Wartime Japanese Serv-
ice eommittee, and super-
intendent of the Japanese
Methodist churcu^G, will
deliver a special T*iaaks-
giving sermon during the
English worship service of
the Granada Protestant
church in Terry hall Sunday
CLOTHING
AVAILABLE
Temporary work clothing
loans ere availeble to pro
ect workers at warehouse
12 from Glothing Poremsu
T- Tenaka, it was revealed
through the office of Ralph
J* Mitchell, property of-
ficer, yesterday.
--fypesof clothing loaned
will te governed by the
duties performed by the
worker. Eligible persons-
are asked to fill out req-
uiaition form C-WRA-76, ?/hicli
may "be obtained from the
their division lieaS.
6H ILinESS
inVESTIGflTEO
The sudden illness which,
occurred ia Block 6H Tuesday
Ms "been thoroughly Inves-
tigated toy the regional
sanitary engineer, Mr. low,
in company with Dr. G A*
Duffy, medical director.
Pleasures have been taken
to prevent a recurrence of
tixis nature.
In addition to complete
"bacteriological and oliemical
analyses of the water sup-
ply# regular routine inspec-
tions will "be made of all
mess halls, latrines, food
warehouses, and other places ,
which are of foremost im-
portance to the iiealth and
sanitation of the project.
morning.
Dr. Smith, who has been
touring* x^arIdiis relocation
centers, will also speak
"before the younger Sunday
school groups end at'the
women's meeting at 1:30
lu the eveningy he
preache Japan33e ser-
non for the issei ax 7 of-
clock in 7Hrecreation hell*


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.PIOMT.SR
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Published V/ednesdeys and Seturdays Isy. the V/RA and
distributed *free to every apai^tment# Editorial of-
fice: PIONEER building, Apache, Colo.
Jpe LcClelland., adviser Oeki Tfinivyaki, director
Bob riirano, editor Dave Sugimoto, chief translator
Staff: Takako Kusunoki, Jack Ito, Tomoko Yatabe,
Jaine 0i# Alice Teketa, Joseph P&trick Ice, T^ugime
Akeki, George Hamamoto, Jwim Tcurute, I^saji kurai,
Christopher Ichii, Hairy Iukat Edith Kodaria, Kjo Hi-
rano, Hoy Suyeo Sako, waiter Fuchigami, Jiro
Sumita.
uThanks
Wednesdays issue of the PIONEER was a dsy late
because of an acute shortage of mimeograph paper
Thanks to the efforts of Reports Officer Joe I..cC3elland
and Procurement Orficer Alton 0. Mead,ive have finally
obtained a temporary supply*
But we ere still not over the hump and until vb
get our regular supply, we may hold up our editions,
cut down on the number of pages, or use smaller paper.
In any case, we hope that you ^/ill "bear with us.
TO THE EDITOR
Will you pease print a
notice asking the former
Santa Anita residents to
notify their publishers airi
correspondents cf t heir
change in address?
\tith such a treraendous
amount of mail handled in
this center, it is impos-
sible to have the second
class matter forwarded im-
mediately; 1101sever, rest
assured tixat it will all be
as soon aa possible.
THOMAS H. SLICK, CLERK
Looking over the relo-
cation center publication
roster, we see that--
Tulean Dispatch (Tule
Lake) is the only daily,
and Press Bulletin (Poston)
is published everyday ex-
cept Monday. The Sentinel
(Heart Mountain) and Free
Press (Manzanar) are the
only linotyped ones.
Other papers include
Rohwer Outpost (McG-ehee,
Arkansas), Gila News-Courier
(Rivers, Arizona), Jerome
Communique (Denson, Arkan-
sas) ,Mnidoka Irrigator
(Hunt, Idaho), Topaz Times
(Topaz, Utah), andof course,
the Granada PIONEER#
Husband vs wife at the
TO THE EDITOR:
This is to acknowledge
with genuine appreciation
th.e receipt of the copies
of the Granada PIONEER T7hich
all your recent visitors
were interested in seeing.
Congratulations on ^ettin^
out so interesting a sheet#
.Yfewere deeply impressed
by the kindness shown us
1Tne c.enter and the rare
courage and initiative of
the evacuees whom we met.
How I wish ne could be
of greeter help 1
mrm pahksr
to. and Its. Joe Uyaxna while
Tom Abe vied against the
Mrs. Fish scales weighed
in the first "baMes 1)11
at the center*
"If Topaz burns, we
freeze was the motto during
fire prevention week at the
Utah center* Residents are
permitted to roam over
18,000 acres frora sunrise
to sunset
Supplying the needs of
the Array and the .Hj: v/ill
"be the hu£e ceremics plant
wnich will "be built et Heart
Mountain. Production is
expected to start soon.
---------November 21,942
%
His diatiQCjion 'is that
of bein^ .temporary \chief
doctor in one of the newest
hospitals in the stete;'1 his
biography reveals that 'his
training and experience
more than qualify him for
the job; his name, Dr. George
Y. Takeya
T)r# Takeyama came here
on special assignment from
the Pomona fair grounds arid
is one of the few persons
from that assembly center*
Before induction, he prac-
tised for 18 years in Los
Angeles.
He is almost exclusively
a California product, having
learned, lived, and pursued
Ms profession in the ;s1:ate*
He graduated from Los Ange-
les high school and city
college and entered Stanford
in 1918, firm in the "belief
that medicine was bis metier.
A short training period
as a "buck private at Camp
Fremont 9 Celifornia, in-
terrupted his study for a
short while, *but insteed
of cooling his enthusiasm,
the delay only made him
more eag.er to continue his
training. He returned to
school following the Armi-
stice and received his di-
ploma in 1923, thereby be-
coming the first nisei
doctor to get a medical
degree from Stanford and
later to pass the California
state mecjical board.
Before establishing an
office aad residence in
Los Angeles, he gained val-
uable experience for two
years as house surgeon at
the Saint Joseph infirmary
in Houston, Texas*
tore than being a doctor,
he has found time between
calls and office hours to
serve as conimander of Amer-
ican Legion post 525, pres-
ident of the Japanese Medi-
cal Society of southern
California, and chief of
staff of the Los Angeles
Japanese hospital*
His career has "brought
him into contact with many
people of prominence in
California, and It is the
friendship that has grown
out of casual meetings that
he values highly. Dr#
George Dexter, commissioner
of education in California,
General Storey, and Governor
Qlson are among Ms friends.
FROM OTHER C F N T £ R 5
FROM OTHER CENTERS
polls \7hen Jerome residents
held tlieir election. Can-
didates for one block were

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Sunrise, prayer lao^ting 6:15 a.m
Suad^-y school 3:45 an
English service 10:15. a*ia
.Jap-nese sarvioo 10:00 a.m
YP iaeeting 7:00 p.m
BUDiri^
Sunday scaool 9:00 a*m
32 teaoheri, inoetint 10:00 a-*a
Adult serviog 2:00 p.ai
YP service 7:00 p.m
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FOUK MINISTERS ATTEND
CONVOCATION IN DENVtk
Ihrou^i the negotiations
Qf Ray Joluison, hesd of
oatrnunity sorvios, and Her
brt Walthor, junior high
school principal, four min-
isters of the Granada Pros-
'Cotl^iolic Study
Club Started
Catliolio study olubs will
be held every Friday at
7:30 in the 11 recreation
hall, it was armouuoed by
Father ..do^ael a* iJaher of
Holly, ,this -week,
riiese study olubs are
divideo into agt groups and
aro to Qjon to the public,
Oatholio mass will bo
hold every. Saturday at 7
a.m, Ifetoer ilahor will con-
duct tho surviaos.
ACTIVITIES FOR
ADULT PLAN.N ED
Siiibai anG a phonograph
record hour of Japanose
ausio ara a.ing tlie.aotiv-
itias planned fpr the issoi,
it was aauouacsd by .the
racroation de^artiaeut*
jpir/s ioal body baildiug
classes v.lL also be undsr-
takon soon*
Girl Scouts
Take Recruits
Girls interested in join-
ing the girl scouts are
to report to the 7E
rcoroatIon :11 any time
betwoon tiie iiurs of 8 a*m.
to 5 pju daily e:CG:)t Sun-
day.
At present the scouts
are taking up knitting and
orocheting, and going on
nature study hikes. first
aid oourse is planned.
cstant churoh last week
a tt ended the ministers*
and corkers* convocation
of the Colorado Council of
Churches in Denver, Mem-
bers of tho Oran?da dele-
gati>n;wre Herbert '7alther
and the Revs. ?akoo Agatsu-
maJhialci Ku^uharaf Harry
Ilashimoto, and Akira Kuroda.
Business discussed in
tho afternoon session of
the one-day conference per-
tained to the Japanese sit-
uation in the state of Col-
orado. Among the. highlights
of the meeting were a re-
port .f the center1s odu-
oational program by Herbert
Walther# and a panoramic
report. ot the protestant
work being done in x\maohe
by Eqv. Ilasljimoto.
Tna problem of scouring
o.nployiiicnt for the purpose
of permanent relocation of
center residents was also
di soussed9
HATSUYE SATO
LEADS CLUB
Hatsuy 3ato was elected
president of the Blook 6H
girls1 olub organized Mon-
day evening, Gadako Naka-
no was named vioe-presidont;
juao Nakno, s ecro tary-
treasuror f anc> Eleanor Ta-
nita, social ohairmaxu Mgs-
daraes K. Higabri arid liNishi-
zaki are advisors for the
group*
Established as the pur-
pose of the organization was
unity, through which the
menbers oan get tojether
for entertainment# cultur-
al lessonst music appreci-
atioa, hiking trips, knit-
ing# sewing, and to hear
various speakers, A club
name will be selected at
the group*s next i^eeting.
November 21,1942
^y( T
All the world lovas
the truly beautiful ,vo-
man, including thos truly
beautiful wanan.
--St* Glair iioKelvay
Shis, they told ue, is
to be a colurmi FOR and/or
OF woman, that broad-hipped
raoe of huraaus than will oh
there is none more.r^tori-
ous and inoonsistont.
So Aether jou're a fugsy
puss, a mealy mouse, or one
of .those .maataL jobs*, this
particular little corner
is for you to read -and
.panat vail.
We mean it* Any and
a^l suggestions or oouiments
for the future improvaaQxat
(Glarell dpubtless be lots
of room for it) of this
ool-yum will be honestly-
and-truly aporaciatad,
bidding aside for .
mo.aent notwithstanding
Tlionias Deuker*s curt but
qlassie observation that
'*women, at best, are bad,"
this department hereby as-
sumes an obll^tipn to servo
in whatever small way it
oan this center's winuin-
folk.
i\Iay we state at the out-
set our polio/, the result
of a full five minutas*
deliberation and subject
to change by you;
to present as. briefly and
readably as possible items
that may be of interest to
ouar pexmaasnt-wavod guntyy,
whether fussy pusses, mealy
m----
But thats where w oame
in.
gLaraour girl;um9 home-
ly gal;mj, intellectual
type.
Young People
In B*lock Party
To promote further ac-
quaintance among former
Santa initans an<3 Meroodians,
the young people of 6£ and
6'^ played la os ts to thoir
guests fran Block 7H in e
6S reoroation hall last
night#
'Hhe evening was spent
iu playing games, folk-
danoing, aiad ballroom dano-
ing.
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PIONEER
No'vembef 211942
TKIO SPEAK
AT DENVER U
Speaking on the condi-
tions within the colter, the
problems of resettlement,
and the future out look of
the evacuees, Superintendent
of Education Paul J* Terry
Shozi Oniki, Mary Oi, and
Ruth Watanabe of the center,
'adaressed a large gathering
at Denver University this
week, it was revealed by
the education d e partment
today
The four also spoke at
a luncheon meeting of the
StudenVa Christian ovemert
and before a group of Jap-
anese ffbadeits on the Denver
University caunpas.
Basis of Peace
Discossed -
The basis for a just and
durable peace- ami the prob-
lems of the minority people
will be tender discussion in
the Backgrounds of Today
series conducted by Prin-
cipal Herbert K. Walther,
the night school office
revealed today.
All those interested in
participating are asked to
gather at 8H-12EWednesday.
NEWCOMEKS
ARRIVE HEKE
New residents uere added
to the project when evacuees
from assembly centers, who
had volunteered for f&rm
work in Chinook, Mont* and
a transfer arrived here last
week, according to Paul
Freier* housing super in-
tendent
Arrivals included; Kay
Fuji, Uf Fukumoto, Shiro
Harada, Hajime Maeda, Fred
Maeda, Tetsusaburo Mori,
Mr. and krs# Ghizotaro Na-
kano, Gosuki Ito and family,
and Jack Simcda from the
Heart Mt project*
REV. SUZUKI TO
VISIT DENVER ,
Rev. Lester S*- -Suzuki
will sojourn to Denver to
act as guest preacher for
the Ja panese Met hodist
church and the Grace Com-
munity church on Sundry,
November 29. He will visit
his wife and family there
for the Thanksgiving week-
end*
LEE CASEY
IN VISIT
Lee Casey, Rocky Maintain
News columnist 5 James Q*
Newton, coordinator the
Colorado Stato Council f
Defense 1 Lt Col. Jessie
£ Marshall^ district prov-
ost marshal^ and A. J Reed
Jr fire impection officer
of the Seventh Corps area,
visited the Granada center
this week* The group was
shown through the center by
Reports Officer Joe McClel-
land.
WELCOME
lEIVICE^lEil
Nisei soldiere who vis-
ited the center this week 1
Pvt. Yoshio ?/atanabe,
CpiU lussayuki Watanabe, Pvt.
Mataki Yeto, Pfc Hank Ino-
uye, Camp Crowder, Mo.;
Cpl. Joe Yoshiwara, Camp
Savage, kinn.;
Pvt Harry Inouye, Pvt
Minoru Chikan^ Pvt. Kiyoto
Yarnate, Ft Riley, Kan* j
Sgt Iwao katsuoka, Camp
Barkley, Tex.
^ Pfc, William Takei, Pvt.
Masao Kamo, Ft # Frances
Warren, Wyo.; Cpl. Buster
Minsnij QpL Albert Akiyama,
Gamp Phillips, Kan.
Pv.Willi Tokunaga,
Gamp Robinson, Arkj Sgt *
Fred Y. Fujii, Ft. Sam Hous-
ton, Tex.
:
School Co-op
Positions Open
Slemmtary school pupils
who are interested in work-
ing in the co-cp store, and
who wish to receive school
hour credit must fill out
an appxiGation it wts
stated by Srma MoCart.
This form offers four
positions They are sales
clerk, care of stock, or-
derings and bookkeeping*
At present 312 pupils
are listed as paid members
of the elementary co-op
store*
STUDENTS NEED
WORK PERMITS
Stuaents under 16 years
old may mi work as a paid
laborer without pecial
permission of the superin
tendent of schools and the
county welfare agent ? de-
clared. Principal Herbert
K Walther, yesterday*
71^ and Ghiyoko Furu^o, 9.E-
8D> were-nianled inaeiinpl^
wedding ceremony performed
fey Rev. Hirata £t the home
of the tride on Wednesday
evening.
Following the ceremony,
the cou{ie left for Chicago
where they will make their
home.
Outdoor sketching will
be done by the art studio
pupils on konday ^ instruc-
tors Tckio Ueyeuna and Koichi
Komiyama said Thursday*

Try-outs for u one-act
play ,wdll be held this Mon-
day at 6*3G p.m. in 8H-6D,
announces Robert Dxerlam>
instructor* Everyone is
urged to attend.

Girls out of high school
ana women are invited to
hecr Esther Briesemeister5
National secretary, Japanese
project, who will speak at
the 7H recreation hall to-
morrow at 1#30 p.m. Her
talk will:be abtmt1outride
employment *

The Lanfflr Teachers 1 Asso-
ciation entertained Cauca-
sian and Japanese-Araerican
teachers from this center
ast evening at the Lamar
junior college, Dr* Enoch
Dumas revealed today*

Toaaburo Y.&mada, 7 1,
of 6E-11F, died at 3i30
p^n. Tuesday in the center
hospital.

Two deputy state game
wardens conferred with ad-
ministrators of the center
during the past meek They
were J. C* Maoy of Canyon
City and C. Clifton of
Lamar
Yoneo Sakai1s popular
lectures for issei on MGur-
rent TopLcs11 will hereafter
be given at Teiry hall every
Monday^ Wednesday, and Fri-
day from 6s30-8i30 p.m*s
Principal Charles Mulford
announced this week.

Girls taking part in
planning the First Hound
Up" are urged to attend the
committee meeting at 6F-6S
on Monday at 6;30 p.m*


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November 21,1942 -----PIONEER--
mi Ciii N1¢!) i
Long term plans calling
for the beautification of
tiie center were reveeled
"by Louis & Temple, acting
landscape architect, ^hen
he announced that Block BE
has "been selected for the
initial cover crop planting
of fall rye. This rye v/ill
act as a nurse crop in the
planting of apritig grasses
as well as a preventive a-
gainst dust, he added*
The improvement program
calls for block cooperation
such as at 8E in the plac-
ing of coal boxes on the
ends of "barracks neereet
the mess hall, the erecting
of clothes-lines parallel
to the "backs of barracks,
and other regulations which
Scout Gouncil
Has 'Meeting
A meeting of the newly
organized boy scout council
was held in lE-lGr last
week and- featured brief dis-
cussions on scoutins with-
in the center "by chief ex-
ecutive of the Rocky Moun-
tain council, Louis Crlink-
raan, and former scouter,
Harold Brigham*
Aki Yoshimuraj executive
secretary' of the center
scouts, announced tliet the
scouts and cubs were help-
ing the reporte office end
police office as runners*
XMAS SEALS
GO ON SALE
Christmas seals will go
on sale in the dry-goods
store, variety store, can-
teen, and the post office
"between the hours of 8 a.m,
to 5 p.m. "beginning Monday,
it was announced by Terry
Mae l^urakami, Thursday*
have noee:x enacted for the
sake of unifomity.
Ground adjoining units
will btleft to tnc tenant
to lajidscape* Though resi-
dunts saoiud withhold plant-
Fiction is
Most Popular
A close study of the
confiscated Japanese' books
shipped here froin Ssata
Anit^ was made "by transle-
tor Bsvid bugimoto of the
PIONEER, recently.
Kc rovceled that ?0 per
cent v;erc fiction, 25 per
cent religious, and five
per cent of the educe-
tional variety* tore then
5000 of these *books were
returned to their x'espective
owners yesterdey*
The "books from Lerced
will be released as soon
as inspection is completed,
said Su^Imoto.
RESIDtniS TOUR
VfiLlFy FRR01S
A tour of the Aika.usas
valley farms was by
center residents i-'red tori-
noto, Kusa"buro Kode, end
William Koda recently. They
were accompanied "by William
Wroth, irrigation and con-
servation c^inoor.
HOSPITAL CARE
DISCUSSED
The lack of proper at-
tention given to emergency
p&tiuitsetthc-ccntorhos-
pitrX was among tho topics
discussed at the meeting
of the general assembly
last week*
The possibility of send-
ing some of these patients
to the *Lemar hospital was
elso aired.
N I3E
ing until spring, trees oan
be transplantea during this
dormant season, advises
Teiuple wli will be glad to
speak to groups on the sut)*
ject *
Welcome, lx* Turk ^
It seems visitors pop in
vmen you least .expect them,
Mr. Johnson came 'nto our
office last week an im-
portant looking r ..on who
turned out "to be none other
than Ft. Tiirk, the nev; rec-
reeion director. We hope
he*11 visit us agein when
we are more presentable and
not in our aprons washing
windows.
Y-
Visitors
And while on the subject,
we would like to mention
other visitors we have had
the last few days. Early
Thursday morning, Miss
Esther Briesumeister, an
executive of the YWCii, came
into Amche from Denver.
She visitedPostonjJ^anzanar,
and Tule Lake "befere coming
here and hopes to meet most
of the girls in her one
week stay.
I^rs. Fred North, regional
f;ivl reserve secretary,
drove in from Rocky Ford
three days ago end also
plans to stey awhi- The
local division of 3 girl
reserves Relieves -uL'-it Mrs.
Ford will "be able to do 4
great deal to help get them
started.
Y-
And More Guests
Our guests of last Sun-
day, Miss Jackson and the
four women who accompanied
her froia Pue*blo, must have
been impressed with the re-
ception given them and
spread the word, for an-
other group of Y women came
to see and encourage us.
We are glad to know.that
we have so many friends in
Denver, Rooky Ford, and
PuelDlo.
Y-
And Friends Too
The Y girls of Poston
sent us a letter congrat-
ulating us upon our growth
and si£ned by Tsuye Tsukao,
Lary-Sonoda* tery Takahash,
and Grace Setsuda*
Y TO SPONSOR 'ROUND IJP,
AT TERRY HALL SOON
The First Round-up of
El Renoho Amachef, was the
theme chosen *by Y secre-
taries Dorothy Takechi,
Alice Suzuki, and Hana Uno;
teachers Inez Neill, Enola
Kjildgaard, Margaret James,
and Letha Abell; and girls
for a get-together party
in Terry hall, Wednesday
evening.
Girls on the party com-
mittee include Je&n Tenaka,
Cherry Yoshitomi, Teugime
Akki, Kiyo Togt-shi, Kath-
erine Metsuincto, F.ichiko
Nomiyaraa, Yasuko todokcro,
Mary Oi, Tokiko Tanaka,
Helen Muneruura, Callie Ka-
li ko, Carol Tanaka, and
Jaine Oi.
Women and girls 18 years
and over are invitefi to
attend.


Cn The Up Grade
Weekend games of the two
touch football leagues were
a shot in the arm for the
lagging center sports pro-
gram#
Up until now the weak
response to the first call
for team sign ups had
painted a gloomy picture
of the athletic setup when
only 10 teams submitted
rosters But the enthusi-
astic and polished teams
that took the field and
the large crowd that watched
the play Saturday and Sun-
day point 0 a definite
increase in sports interest.
Prognostications
Our column just broke
into print today, and al-
ready we're sticking out
our necks to forecast the
results of the A league
race*
SebastO-pol is our bet
for the c h ampionshi p.
Weight, speed, &nd experi-
ence make ihem the favorite*
Modesto will press the
Ramblers for top honors,
but they 1 re too rnuch a one-
man team to win over them.
The Kau Kau Lune Zeros
^ere not extended in their
one touchaown victory over
a weuk team and little can
be said of their strength.
Potentially, they're one of
the strongest.
The Merced Yog ores,
the Armache Rough Riacrs,
ana the Pioneer Newshawks
make up the rest of the
league r.nd figure to end
up in thr.t order#
Good Sports
We open this fertur. of
our weekly column with Pete
Masuoka, Santa Rosa JC and
Analy high football and
track 1 e tier-man Pete
was appointed high school
recreational leader heading
the boy's sports activities
%hen Hilton Starr left to
seek outside employment
No more qualified a person
could have been chosen as
Starrfs succeor We *ve
seen him many times on the
iield, and now we 3ee him
as a coach guiding the in-
terests of ether boys The
best of luck to him.
Star Players
To Be Honored
To create interest'for
the participants, as well
as the spectators, the rec-
reation department has an-
nounced that at the conclu-
eim of the fcotbsi season,
an sll star team wii be
chosen from the ^eric&n
and National leagues.
Also to be chosen vdll
be the nsost \cluable player
of both leagues, the best
offensive and defensive
players, and the o si
sportsman-like players and
team
NEW LOOP STARTS
Pete Maauoka, high school
recreation leader, has an-
nounced his intention of
starting a high school in-
t ramural touch football
prograro starting konday*
Sixteen teams are ex-
pected to participate in
the tourney
eg9 IIcut
MOJESTO xuUOETS
Suaumu Ogino> J&mes Ya-
masaki ,Takashi Togashi,
Richard Hidaka, Akic Iwa-
naga, Richard Cgawa, Juli-
us Ishicla*
Christy Yoshida, Kenji
Yotauya, Vwilliam HamanisHi*.
Hank Hamanishi, Guy Kiyoi,
Irvin Hirano, Makoto Kawa-
mura.
WOLVERINSS
George Tanaka, Tom Ha-
rat&ni, George Kuniyosh^,
Marvin Snoaioto Art Shoji,
Leo nsrd Kin oahita, 3am
Okuye, Charlie T a niokt.*
Tom Kakusnima, Jim Mo-
rinioto, Noboru H^shimoto,
Koichi Kimura, Aki Ttikahc-
shi, Dayton Enoirjotc, Jcmea
Shcji,
9E IUIDSRS
Keiji Yoshimurc,, Hd Kg-
kita, Ray Tsurumoto, RIph
iwr.edr. | tekot o 3^k\guciu,
Jun Furuno, Rcy Hirai, Tcm
Hum&hashi, George Kinoki
Frcnk Okudt., Te-kr.toshi
SEPOL TEAM
H
bc.ll league will be busy
temorrew afternoon cs twe
gridiron clashes ere sched-
uled tc tke place ut the
9G plr.ygrcund.
The Sepcl Ramblers will
tLngle with the iiierced Yo-
gores in the initial game
starting rt 1;30 p*ra* Both
terms Lre new entries in
the league but Sepcl with
their sparkling arr^y of
stars will enter the con-
test a decided favorite*
In the second game of the
afternoon, the Modesto Skoo-
kura and the Kau Kau Lane
Zeros| both undefeated in
league play will endeavor
to keep their slate clean.
Soapy i-Jiyashima of the
okookuniS and Art Furuno of
the Zeros should provide
the fans with an exciting
exhibition of pitches, and
tricky running.
isifif
Uyesugi, Jiro -Okikawa, Art
Imaraoto
7F SKIBOS
Tom Tokunaga, &oro Shi-
zuru, Taxie ivdura, Saburo
Kawamura, Bill Fukuraitsu>
Shig Kciiiatsubara, Kaz Ta-
nada, Wayne HoritH.
Tare Harada, Zeke Wada,
Roy Furukawa, Thcnias Maka-
iriur&, Lucky Yainaga.
WALKUT GROVE DELTANS
Evan Toyama, Butch Ka-
wamura,Honda, M. Im-
rnura, T. Arii, E, Yasumura,
Butch iwatsuoka, George Ta-
kahashi, T. CjiiLa.
Butch Watanabe, South-
paw Iseri 9 Butch Kitagawa,
Kenji Y&aaga, :aa Sugdzsoto,
Archie Yoshida*
TURLOCK BULLDOGS
Frank Nakatani, S&m Na-
katani, Frank Tashiro> Taro
oaisho, Giro Saisho, Floy d
Niizawa, kasa Yokoi, Johnny
Nii zawa, Harry Fujiirot|
Rikio Nakataniy B* Yaisamo*-
toj ohxg Kuge, K* Sakamaki.


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