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Granada pioneer, January 2, 1943

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Granada pioneer, January 2, 1943
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Granada pioneer
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Granada, Colo.
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English

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Amache
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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Volume 1, Number 20

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Vol* X, No, 20. __ _____ Amache, Colorado
4?
Janu&rj 2, 1943
APPLICATION
SHIFT MADE,
Notices to sign new foms
are beiiig sent out to res-
idents, who have previously
stated that tlie/would liJce
to have their household
report until tlie notice
arrives.
Dorothy McDougall, clerk-
stenograplier, wto is : in
charge of all applications,
-ha's moved, her office to
room 8, nortti ainistra
tion "building* "
Evacuees who did not
file previously and wish
to do so now may apply any
time. '
HECEPTIONIST TO
TAKE REQUESTS
Eimcuees wisMngto Ice
applications for transfers
and visits to other centers
are asked to see liko Naka-
tsugawa, ^.receptionist, at
the public welfare build-
ing, John 0. Moore, public
welfare official, aimounced
Thursday.
Blue Trianqle
Sponsors Rally
The-- Blue Triangle will
spoa^or a wBang Up11 tonight
at Terry hall from 7 p.m.
All Girl Reserves and their
juniai*; and senior high
school friends are invited
to attend
The Patricians will "be
in charge of tlie games;
Tri Uelts, songs Las Nini-
as, folk dancing; Rosalariis,
social dancing; and Silver-
ines, refrestaents*
EVACUEES WOiiK
44 .HOUR WEEK
The latest instruc-
tions from Washington
released "by Project Di-
rector James G. Lindley,
reveal tliat the evacuees
will return to the 44
hours per week working |
schedule Instead of 48 j
asaanpunced previoualy.|
^
Qnld Psych.
Class Pl anned
A class in the care
- Persons wishing .to go
out on short term or indef-
inite' leaves should apply
at the leave office located
in the former, infirmary
building at once, advised
Willis P. Hanson, leave
officer. '
Ab eadh application must
."be individually checked "by
Washington, it. is desirable
that- as many applications
as possible be filed^at this
time so that.subsequent ap-
plications 4foj acffal leave
training'_ of children will
be opened if enough inter-
ested parents contact; the
office of elementary edu-
cation at 8H-91, the nurs-
ery school,or kindergarten
teacher nearest their home,
stated Enoch Dumas, ele-
mentary school principal,
today%
.may be processed without de-
lay when requested. All
meml).ers of tiie, family 17
yearsor older should also
apply.
"It is becoming apparent
that there will "bemany em-
ployment opportunities in
the mid-west dxiringth.e com-
moxrbhs the leave of-
The class will deal with
recent findings concerning
the behavior of children
and anpixasize the "best de-
velopment of the child in
his home and school, Pumas
said. '
'OLDSTERS^
IN DANCE
An "Old Timers dance
will be held at Terry hall
on Monday from ?s30 to
10;30 p.m* Admission fee
of 10 cents a couple will
be charged and tickets are
available at 71 recreation
hall or may be purchased
at the door.
Married couples only
will "be admitted.
fice.r concluded#
Five students were given
indefinite leaves and left
the center week for
various colleges and uni-
versities, said the College
council# They are:
Jane Hiratsuka, Barnes
School of .Commerce, Denver;
Marie Misutani, Colorado
State, Greeley; Mabel Fu-
miko Tsumori, University
of Denver ;^Jane4#Tsucluya,
Brigham Youngs university,
Provo, Utah; and Ba?id Tsu-
tomi Yokoaeki, Uni^epsity
of Utah, Salt lake City,
Utah.
Wilf DDlf CSiffS I fftN
A cxaas in intermediate
typing will "be opened to
the residents on Mondays
and Wednesdays from 7 to
8 p.m. at 8H-5C* Students
registering in this class
should fee able to type 25
to 30 words per minute*
A shortliaiid transcrip-
tion cl^ss will also 13b
held on the ssane e.venings
from 8 to S p.m.
On Tuesdays and Thurs-
days, two classes in be-
ginners1 typing will be
started. The first class
will convene from 6:50 to
7:45 p.m. and the second
class will start from 7:45
to 9 p*m. r
1 The typing, room will
be available to those en-
roll ed in any one of-the
typing classes on Friday
from 6 to 9 p*m.
Those interested should
register at the Adult Ed-
ucation office any time "be-
tween 8 eum* and 9 p,m.
6n week days*


Page 2
PIOWEEH
January 2,194?
the homernakirg I? cl.ass
Tuesday at Terry hall,S
Clay Coy, principal of the
seiiior high school, revealed
yesterday^- Each cass mem-
ber invited an outside
guest. #
Continuing the good
neighbor policy,10 star
evacuee performers presented
a *50-minute program before
the Lions1 club in Lamer
Wednesday-
Sumi Kawamura and Henry
Suzukida were in charge of
the program.

LOST: A navy-blue ack-
et in the 11F shower room
a"bout six weeks ago.. Please
return to Jean Shimatla/
11F-1EB, or tlie block in-
formation' desk.
^ CHl/RCB SE HVj C£ i SUNDAY
Event Time : Rec Hall
MCT5STAKT ::
Sunrise -prayer meeting
Sunday School
Japanese service
English service
Young peoplemeeting
BUDMIST
6:15 1OH
.8:45 v 8H
r^ a.m. 7H-10H
10:15 a.m. 8H
7:00 p.m. 8H
Sunday school
So teachersf meeting
loun^ people1 s iseetiiig
S:00 a.m.
10130 a .m
2:00 p.m*
7G-12G
7G-12G
7G
AKT CLASSES
TO BEGlN
New classes in finearts,
portrait painting, arid>'c<2)m-
inercdal art will "be opened
a,t the adult education' cen-
t.er Monday at 7 -p.m.
Tom Okanioto will instruct
the portrait painting group
and corrcial art will be
XJHANK YOLr
LFTTEKS SENT
Headed by Rev. Lester
Suzuki of the G-ranada Prot-
estant church,a committee
will send letters of thanks
to those, who contributed
Christmas gifts to center
children.
Other meiQ'bers of the
Yuri Yuge, who has been
in oliarge of the Baby Food
stations, was admitted as
a patient in the center
hoapital on Christmas day.
Her sister, Frances,
from Denver visited with
her and their parents this
week Frances
enter the
Colorado ScJioolof

Residents are cautioned
against walking on the ioy
streets to avoid heavily-
loaded trucks v/hich cannot
stop irairiediately, w arns
Tom Onomiya, head of the
motor pool.1
WANTED: Owner of watch
ciiain with initials H. K.
Watch chain and letter ?;ere
sent by Montgomery to
Akiko Kato,121 S. Clere-
mon street, Denver, "by
mistake* Real'owner please
write to Miss Kato.
m
Problems r e lative to
feeding the center will "be
discussed by the cent el*
chefs and cooks with the
administration o f f i cials
on Tuesday at the 9K mess
announced Ted Tanaka,
taught ty Atsushi Kikuc^i.
Those iri ex^ested may
enroll with either instruct-
or* Only a limited number
of students will be taken.
APPLICANTS MAY
FiLE FOR te.AVE
The 60 applicants v;ho
filed their names for jobs
committee are Rev* T. Shi-
rakawa, Buddliist church;
Chizuyo Kanazawa, Womens
federation; and Masao Sa
tow, Community council.
! PIONEER.
f
j Published Wednesdays
[and Saturdays by the WRA.
! and distributed free to
every apart men Edito-
| rial office: PIONEER
i building, Axnache, Colo.
iicawM
mmm i
Tile thxee VvRA regional
offices in Sun Francisco,
Denver, and Little Hock
have been abolished and
moved to Washington.
Joseph H. Smart, regional
director, who rxow holds the
title of field assistant
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
DISTRIBUTED
Distribution of gifts
and a narration of the birth
of phrist to the children
featured the Christmas serv-
ice of the Am^che Seventh-
DayAdventistfeiiurblaSatur-
dey morning in the 7G recre-
ation hall*
The Seventh-Day Advent-
ists make grateful acknow-
ledgmeikt to the Grenada
Protestant church for the
assistant chief steward*
Plumbing equipment pvir-
chesed by the WRA. in Estes
Perk was "brought to the
center last week by Motor
^ool Chief Tom Onomiya,who
^B.a..cm.panied by Ryo lino,
Paul. Otani, and llanaen Sato.
children1s gifts
.Iron company should apply
for leave clearances with
Willis F* Hanson, leave
officer, immediately, stated
Walter J. Knodel, placement
officer.
ffilCfl.
WmiWNCTON
director, will continue to
keep his office in Denver
but^ill have a jurisdiction
over a greater territory.
Much of the former per-
sonnel will continue in
their work with Malcolm E*
Pitts, field administrative
officer, and M. 0. Ander-
son, representative of the
employment division.
Smith Starts
N.ew Position
Kendall Smith arrived
here last week from Tule
Lake to take over the po-
sition 'of superintendent
of community enterprises.
He held a like position
at the California reloca-
tion center*
I'Oski Taniwaki.. .director
! BoId Hirano........editor
plans to
University of with the Colorado Fuel and
Nursing.


OFF THE MCKBOABD
Thirty b9ys # squeezed
into a small recreation
department office last
Tuesday evening^ held a
meeting to discuss plans
to form long proposed bas-
ketball leagues. Of all
tho points disoussod f the
most disputed one aroso o-
ver tho quostiou of allow-
ing a toam or player to
participate in more than
0118 league. Pros and oons
wer aired#but the question
was still undooided when the
meeting was adjourned.
After serious, oonsider-
ation, we have personally
oome to tho ooncXusion that,
since the leagues arc to
be formed with tho idoa of
doing tho most good for thg
niajority, teams and pi ay or s
should not be permitted
to play in more than one
league.
We feel that this will
prevent a handful of play-
ers from dominating sever-
al leagues. Moreover, suoh
a limit will open the, game
to enthusiasts with little
exporionoe who wish to
play and oreato widor ia-
terost.
ICE BOWL IOHS
The National league foot>-
ball champions are the ?1?
Skibos. Pressed all tho
v/ay by the 9E Raiders, they
took the title with
half a game to spare,
5? h q Modesto Skoolium's
are king-pins of tho Amer-
loan league. Completely
outolassing the rest- of
the field, tho Skookums
have'clinohed first place
v/ith one game yet to be
play e d, A defeat would
still leave them half a
garao ahead of the olosost
oontonder.
GOOD SPOBTS
A one-time grid great
of the California Aggies
is Ping Oda of the high
aohool physical education
department# -
His exploits at guard
earned him a place on the
All-Far Western 001xferenoe
selections'in 1932and 1933*
After leaving aollego,
he b-elped oaohthe Saci'a**
mento Indians, S nisei ele-
ven, to tmo Northern Cali-
fornia titles*
January 2 1943---------------fags 3
TWO GAMES AMACHE HIGH
DUE TQNiGHT IN BENEFIT
Granada Pirates fac^
two ^mtoho oontei* teams in
a doubiehoador tills ovoning
at tho Granada hi^i school
rmnasium.
In the initial game,
starting at 7:30 p.m*, the
Yogore ShnnkQTB make their
seasonal debut* The Walnut
Grove Deltans play in the
second game
Games which were sched-
uled between ooute-r teams
md Boaky /ord, have beon
Galled off because tho
Hooky Ford boys are unable
to make the trap.
Prepsters Plan
Cage Tourney
Elimination games for
33 basketball teams entered
in the high school intra-
mural league are to start
Wednesday.
According to Head Goaoh
John Hoke, each of tho six
gym Glasses will have a
tour name nt and the winners
of eaoh gym tourney are to
eater the school ohampion-
shi^ tournament.
After the ohampionship
is decidedt all-star teams
from each gym classes will
oompoto in a tournament of
their o^rti.
Two hoop games will be
played for the benefit of
the Amaohe high athletic
department Monday at 7 p.m*
in the Granada hi^i school
gymnasium, according t o
Coach John G, Hoke.
One-third of the gate
receipts will be turned
over to the local high
school and will be used to
purchase suits and oquip-
mont for tho playors. Coach
Hoke urgos a big turnout of
oentcr rosldcnts*
The games will find tho
Amacho high school girls
facing 'tho strong Granada
high soxtotto* and tho Gra-
nada Pirates (town team}
opposing an Amaohe team
composed of high school post
graduate students and assis-
tant ooaohes*
Admission charges *will
"be children,10 oents;high
school students, 20 cents;
and adults, 25 cents*
JUNIOR HIGH
ATHlEftS ACTIVE
The chief sports acti-
vities for the Junior
sohool boys undor Claranoe
Kahler are advanced tumb-
ling and boxing. Tho boys
are also looking forward to
an intramural basketball
program planned for them*
AMACHE CAGERS WIN TWO
The Amaohe high sohool
varsity defeated the Gran-
ada higa sohool five#31-2?f
in a thrill-paolced feature
game of a basketball double-
header at the Granada gym
Wednesday evening.
After trailing 13-15 at
half time| the Amaohe lads
took on now lifo in the
second stanaa and tied the
soore at 25 all with two
minutes ldft ia the" game;
Three quiet field goals
that -followed put the oexi-
ter- boys in front to win
tho g^irao, '
,Mas Oiruda and ?dshio 0-
kantura !led tho Visitors
with *10 points1 each whilo
Boy Lee Dossey- tanked 14
points for the Bobcats.
In the preliminary con-
test, the Amaohe B team lod
by the spectacular playing
of Mas Uyesugi,vlj acaouut-
ed for 16 points, dofoatod
the Granada Junior varsity
33-18.
With tho oponing whistle,
the center lads playing
heads-up_ ball,Jumped into
the load and we^o put in
front 18-10 at half tlmo,
Shey were never headed.
Following Uyastxgi for
scoring honors was Yoaeji
Pulcuupga with 7 points,
while Phillip Arai^a led
the Granadans, with 7digits.


PIONEER.
.January 2,194-3
mewm ¥0

RfOW
E UAT.ION
.The centers first festure length motion picture
ill be snpwn or tiie residents of 31cck:s 7G. and SG in
dne cf th two mess imlls tonorrcnv a 7 p.m.
Mexican Spitfire Out Westwill be shown instead of
the previously onnounced i^rdcn Uy S&rong/f
At the same time,another
n^ovie projector will "be in
operation for the Block 7P
\nd OF residents* Gsrtoons
and short features will be
screened.
Tickets will be sold a
the block information office
for residents of the re-
spective "blocks only. -Ad-
mission prices are 5 cents
fur children 5 to 15 yeers
old apd 10 cents for adult
moviegoers.
iv,ES5 EMPLOYEES
FfTED AT DINNER
Employees in the mess
division who helped in v?ra-p-
ping Christmas candies for
the center children were
guests at a steak ainner
given by 2vir. and Mru. Wil-
liam Wells and daughter,
Carol, at tlieir home in La-
mar lecit week. The dinner
was followed by a theater
perty.
Wells is the centerfs
chief mess steward
STORE SHLLS
8AKERY GOODS
The grocery storefs full
line of' bakery goods is
replenished three times a
week, aays Roy Sugimoto
of the grocery division.,
/ The store carries all
kinds of staple foods ^nd
has some choice items such
as olives aud tuna, he
H
The importation of Jap-
anese 6vacuees into Colo-
.rado fourth pi80e in
tne United Px*ss selection
of the 10 most important
stories br-eaking in the
St?eicy Mountain area this
year.
The eigiith place story
featured tne "biggest sugar
"beet crop her vested by wom-
en, children, anfl evacuees.
The establishnent of war
factories and huge srxny
camps was chosen the top
regional news.
OlORfl
VISITS
LC
hl\

Gliar es Locniis, cuief
of the moral office 'of
the military ^overniriBUt in
Honolulu*, paid s visit to
the center Monday.- He spoke
to members of the council
PM& to the "blcck managers*
His -visit here was to
find, out the residents*
attitude toward evacuation
and also to see how the
center operated* He toured
the schools "With IhuiTerry,
superintendent of education.
Speaking about Japanese
in Hawaii, looraiG s_id that
he saw no signs of disloy-
alty in tjie Japanese.
This is his first visit
.to any of the centers.
,HYeve
said.
peanut Gutter,' "but we
running short of jam,
co exited.
plenty of
,e
lie
MERCED, SANTA AN11A
CHECKS AWAIT OWNERS
Page 4
I.jf the b eg n,sc i d
a Persian :.Allah
took a a /.iiy, a
do3,8 serp r'i.w. a little
ho;.ey, a Dg. d :ea apple,
and a hantlful of cloy.
7/hen he looked at the
analgamit was >a woman*
William Sharp
QUESTION
Why does thp average m<^n
insist upon leimtasting the
daylights t but of wiimuin* s
dresses, hats, and coif-
fures, v/hen the most famous
dress designers, hat styl-
ists, and coiffeurs are
Men?
GPS
Wnctfe TfHosie the Ilivet-
er got on Mary Iltoamoto,
Fusako Uyemura, and Grace
Yamaguchi? This trio re-
cently "becam.e part-t i m e
runners fur the placement
oftice, discloses Registrar
Lewis W. Fanslan with.a
.^AAC-y tvankl^ in his eyes.

Poes youf slip sliov;?
Paul Gallico cautions us;
Clamour Killer No.1.No
time to po into details.
See-'-^Die Vernicntende Mnn-
r.er PsychologiaDes Hcraush-
^.ngenden Demen Unterkleid.
111 der Aryscheri Volker-
kunde,M by Prof^easor.Rein-
kardt Atend'schwitEjS Yols.,
Blutwurst Press."
Backstage antics v/^re
as muah fun as, if not more
*h.an, the scheduled pea-
formenoes at Monday
7arie*ty siiov. The audience,
,*instance, couldnt see
Gh-airman Surni 1L, frantical-
ly trying to hold up' the
plstfom "backdrop while,
on stage, Hippo and Frank
^aconsoiously did every-
thing to knock it dor.B.
30 WHAT?
This typical after-the-
>now remark comes from
friend Joe-sephines Didja
\ee all -the ba'bes take
fjps in tlie snov??,T
SNI^F, SNIFF
l^og owners are asked not
to their pets play near
the-*~erlakes west of
the center in. order to pre-
vent their eccidentally
falling in and drowning*
Per sons.who have as yet
not received theold Mer-
ced and Sants Anita- checks
are asked to call for tiietn
at the north adiuinisti^atioxi
building, room. 1C, .-immedi-
ately, as tUe chocks ill
"be returned, to the Denver
Disbursing office, Jan. 5
The following, people
hava not claimed checkst
' l^iorcerl-.-Ted Kniaezoki,
Kumao l.iyar:pv;a, Nido Okft-
moto, YukS,o Sameshin.8, and
Jin YokoyamB,
Santa AnitaHi.fieshiro
to, E^ruo Ka^ainoto, Taiue-
iclii Mukaihatc, Smith Taka-
ya, Llasaru Kitaixo, Ivassi
Taxnaki, Siriro Abe, and lino
Abe*
If any of the persons
listed are not in camp,
their forv/arlinc; address
should "be given to H* T*
Woil^r, a^-ent cashier, in
the north eLdxrdiiistretion
building, room 10,' so that,
caocks can be msiled to
them.


12-r
___________ PIONBEB
Page 5
Seijiro Nakaguina this
week publicly expressed
his apprQCiatiou to his
friends for their maiiy kind-
nesses to his son, Yoshi-
taku, v,ti has recovered
from, injuries sustained ia
a fall from a oo.al tiiuok
recently.
%
Eigxity oor>ies of # the
Granada PIONZER are being
distributed to block mana-
gers to acoonmouatu rusi
dents \7ho-wish extra, copies.

Knitting and croGlietiag
lessons will bo given under
the diroction ox'iirs. TaUino
Takamatsu at the 8G laundry
on Mondays,'Jednesdays, ?.nd
Fridays frora 9 to 11 a ..a.
Further information .uay be
obtained at 8G-12E* ^
Dix Koga, forraerly of
Walnut ye, arrived aere
Thursday to join his family,
Ko^a v,a^> uetair*ecl on a le-
gal ^eohnicaiity
%
Betty 14tamura, seaior
(Uerk -31id assistant to iirs,
Huby Puller, acting Head
of personnel and tiraekeep-
ar, sxxmt last weekend, in
Laaiar as the guest of her
ohisf,
*
Hvy Yasunega, 12G-^D,
left the center Thursday
to join hor brother in New
Jersey, -
m
Residents ordering goods
through the ivlontgoriery Ward-
mail oruer house afc the 8^
recroatioxx iiall are aU
to make tliGir own cxohaa^Gs-
and refunds, persons with
oompisinfs sboulJ writo ia
to the ijeaver offioo.
a
A/^roadmatejy 150 jun-
ior 53tudonts attended the
winter chav;-it-o.;t, social
hold by tie junior ola& at
Terry hall Friday evening,
the senior higl: office re-
vealed yesterday.
1L R.moora, assistant
oomnvanifcy enterprise? dir-
eotor 9 ucliverea o lecture
011".inci'jles of Cocpera-
tivo11 s 1 to the members of
the nleuent^ry coo^erativs
store yesterday., tie ale-
ment^ry office announced
this waek.
Semantics
Discussed
ENROLLMENT
STOPS SOON
S, I. .Hayaka^a, s book,
Language in Action111 v:as
discussed by Hannah Tani
at the Wednesday evening
adult school forum group,
Herbert K Walther, prin-
cipal of the junior high
school, stated
The author of the book
is a Canada-born Javanese
who is prc?esccr (r'
at tl: C')i-?£ Inaticuto
of Toohnology*
NF.VV SCHOOL
HEAD NAMED
Sainuol Gordon, formc.r
\'&A : ad alt eauoation pro-
gram lo^cJor of Colcrudo
Springs, arrived here la(st
vjQek .to fill the ^x^ition
of night sohool 'pri3 oal,
Paul J, Terryv superinten-
dent cf c<3ucatin revealed
this week.
The vacaaoy was cieateca
by. Cliarlea. Malf 3?df s leav-
ing to join- the W^r Labor
bosru
Students may not enroll
for the present semester
in the sera or high school
after Monday, Principal S.
.Cla^ Coy stated this week,
Registration for the
second semester begins on.
..13.
Students To
(oive PrograrTi
The sixth grade D class,
and fourth *grade A and B
classes t will present a
Ohrlst.nas program at,Terry
liall oa Deo. £#'from 2:30
p.m*f Dr*Enoch Dumas, prin-
cipal of the elementary
school,revealed today.
Teaoiiers responsible for
the i^rogran are Letha Aboil,
Margaret James, Enola Kjeld-
gaard, and Inez NQill*
CHAUFfELM.
CLASS SET
' Classes will bo held
VICTORIANS TO
HAVE REUNION
A reunion of former
Delta Victorians will be
hel 7iC-8iS. Friends are ixr/iteo.
for tho.e interested in se-
ouriag, a Colorado chauf_
f0i-i.r, s license on Tuesday,
We^nerday, and Thursday at
7:30 ; in the police
offioo at the south admin-
istration building.
fC;
Time-
3EVBOTH-DAY. ADYSM^ISS?
Sabbath school 9:00 a.m.
Sormon 10:00 a*n.
.CATHOLIC .
Mass 7:00 a.m,
JJDD111ST
Ac*ult aprvio.e * 2:00 xj.ra.
Hec Hall
7Cr
^ 7G
UK
?a-i2a
MEN OUTNUMBER WOMEN,
ACCORDING TO WCCA
The ^CCA statistioal dir-
viuioa in^a racent survey
revealed ^ th at nis.ei iaan
cutriumbar the .women ^ more
than 4000.
Of aoproximately 54f000
TV/ MORE REC
HALLS OPEN'
Keoveat i) oemters ha^e
teo.ii opened ot "ho and
12K rcor^tion
block d are in
charge, uTjq r^c;rcati3n de-
partment rrmcvui*-CGCl ir iday.
nisei between the ages of
5 to ^5, 29^000 are raales
and 255000 are fom^Igs,
The largest atg3 group is
tho 15 to 2G-yoar-Dld nisei
of vm there are 9200 mon
sna 8500 women*
In the 5 to 10-year-old
grcua^ the mala aao female
grouo nun'oer 4000 saoh; in
tno 1.0 to 15 gvoup, the
ma?ue tOv^ls 6500, tho x9
u}9.le 6bj; and ixi th*3 20
to 25 groups there ere 7600
males and 5500 females


PIODEER
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.December 16,1942
SKIiOi I?
ff fEK NES
The high stepping 7F
Skibos today lead the Na-
tional touch football league
by virture of their 13-0
triumph over the 9E
Eaidars Saturday on the 9G
gridiron.
Sab Kawamura, Skibos*
aQ passer, found his tar-
get in the first quarter
by pitching a neat pass to
Goro Shizuru for the first
touchdown.
The next tally oame in
the second quarter when Tom
Totamaga inter oe^ted a
Eaider pass and sprinted
down the sideline to tho
end zone. Tokunaga also
wont over cantor for tho
extra point*
Although uaaliQ to sooxo,
the Haiders proved danger-
ous throughout tho gamo
with their trioky offense.
Seorga Hinoki, Manoh Uye-
sugi, and Bobby Uno were
the 9E standouts.
GRID GAMES
SATURDAY
On Saturday afternoon a
iuo of National league
touch football games will
do played on tha 9G play-
ground #
In the first contest,
beginning at 1j30, tho Wal-
aut Grove Del tans will
tangle with the second-
oiene 9E Raiders*
The league-leading 7E
Skibos will battle the
second gamo. Although Tur-
^ook has yet to win a gamo,
Uoy arc oxpeotod to givo
loaguo -load&ra, much
trouble with their aggre-
gation of experienoed play-
ers,
COURTS DUE SOON
&ix dirt basketball
courts were expeotod to be
out this wook at var-
ib-as points in tho oentdr
aaocirdiag to tho rooroation
dopartm Six more are
expected in. the future.
mmm
WIN IC
Quarterback CJharlie Ta-
nioka of the Livixigston
V/olver ines foum3 h imsel f
the hero of the second Na-
tional league tilt by scor-
ing all his team1s point
as the Wolverines downed
the ooller champions, tho
Modosto Midgots, 13-0.
It was in tho sooond
quarter that Charlio took
a Modesto pass and dashed
for his first touchdown.
As this wasaft enough, Ta-
nioka ropcatcd *tha same por-
forma hoc- in tho final per-
iod and sprinted to another
score* He v;as also on the
receiving end of a pass
good far the exta point.
Modesto played a good
brand of bell but oould not
muster the punch to soore.
KiDERS TIE
lROESf 6-6
In a gamo that rcsultod
in a fluke touohdown for
each team, the favored Kau
Kau Lane Zeros and tho Ama-
ohc Roughridors fou^it to
a 6-6 deadlock in the sooond
game| Sunday#
The first score came in
tho third quarter when
Roughrider Mas Uyesugi
trapped behind the scrimmage
line flipped a desperate
pass to Keany 0hkif which
was deflected by Zero frank
Masuoka. As tho ball oame
down, Ohki tooLc it and
raced up the sideline to
tho 20 whoro ho latorallcd
to toam-mata Lefty Kitaga-
wa. Lefty ran the romaiaing
distance to soore.
The Kau Kau Lano struck:
back in the final stanza
when Art Puruno threw .a
40-yard pass intended for
lanky Bob Olcuda to the
playftoQlCQCl tho ball into
tho air and dirootly Into
the hands of Olcuda,0
stepped into the ond zono
for six points# Both con-
versioti trie failed to
materialize.
ilfllfiCHE CflGERS
iTIEEI HOLLy
Ton ilmacho high school
boys were named by Coach
John Hoke to travel with him
today to Holly high sohooX
for a basketball contest
with the Holly varsity at
the school gymnasium*
Although Holly high
school is Gxpooted to floor
one of the best teams of
this vicinity, Coach Hokft
is taking with him a team
that has never before prac-
ticed together.
T2iose named to go aro
Paul Mizukawa, Koiiohi Ki-
murafL0ivie Watanabe, John
Sakur6i#Bob Suzuki/ Keyshi
Hattori, Bob Shiro, Minoru
Imamura, Kenneth Ajsamoto,
and Mamoru Kanda.
SKOGKIJmS OVER
nEUJSHRLUKS, 12-6
The Xoague leading Modes-
to Skookums soid two qUlok
touohdovms in ttie first quar-
ter and then staved off
the offensive thrusts of
tha ^ICNEER Nav^shawks to
win 12-6 in the initial
American Icnguo gridiron
tilt Sunday at 90 playground.
With thQ opening whistle,
tho Modesto lods took con-
trol and started asustaii^d
50-yard drive- through their
opponohtfe loosoly-knit do-
fense. The pay-off oame
v/hen SoapyMiyashima tossed
a touohdov/n pass to Miles
Hamada.
Not oontant with one
score, the confident Skoo-
kums took the offensive
again and with the same
lightning speed set the
stage for the sooond tally1
oia the Nov/shawks* one-yard
linu. From there Ifcrk Ha-
sh imoto oa a noat snoak
play v;ent over for the se-
cond touchdovm# Both con-
version attempts failedand
the score at the end of tha
first quarter read 12-0.
With two touchdowns a-
gainst them, the N6Tshaal found themsolvos for tho
first time in tho third
quarter to enter iato the
picture,
LedbyOiris Ishii,vhse
spectacular pasq intercep-
tions kept them out of hot
mtet more thaa once, the
Ne%vshauk scored* Ish ii
pitched a 30-yard stride to
Tad Mukaihata-' for a lone
PIONEER touchdown.


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