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Granada pioneer, February 16, 1943

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Granada pioneer, February 16, 1943
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Granada pioneer
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Granada, Colo.
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Amache
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United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 38

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Vol.r, No. 30
Araaclie. Colorado
Fe'Droary 161 1943
7,425 HAWAII NISEI VOLUNTEER
k total of 7,425 Japanese-AmeriGan. mm from Hawaii
have irolonteered to serve in the Army#s special combat
unit for nisei, an Associated Press dispatch stated
today.
The figure represents 30 per cent of fee ii6,000 eli-
gible men between the &gea of 18 and 38# the AP release
said*
# POST CARRIES STORY ABOUT CENTER.
Evacaee labor and its value to local farmers is tiie
subject of a atory in the Denver Pot today 11le ar-
ticle is the third In a aeries about tee GranadUi re-
location center by Jack Carberry^ special writer.
POULTRY PROjECT TO BE
STARTED ON
A poultry project to
supply eggs and fowl for
the center mess tables is
now toeing atart&d, Henry W#
Schmitz, farm, saperlnten-
dent, revealed today.1
He said that six oil
brooders* a part of the
poultry equipment,%&s rci-
ceived at the center last
week, and orders have beer^
placed for £000 baby chicks-
The poultry, which will
be quartered on the Koen
ranch, is under the supers
vision of Henry Shimizu.
The first phase of the pro-
ject will be the raising
of laying hens, then all
efforts will be directed
toward the breeding of meat
ff)8JK §WS
He was the first to vol-
unteer for the combat unit
last Monday, bat the last
of the four Masuoka sons
to enter the armed forces
of the United States*
Peter Masuokat Amachc/
senior h ighfa assistant
physical education instruc-
tor and cach> volunteered
before the regiatration got
underlay in froat of the
Paramount ne%s camera Ta day.
f,Peter wanted to go so
badly, even before Franks
who is at Caxnp Savage, vol-
unteered^ I/trs. Ushitada
Masaoka of 6H-10B stated
KOEN RANCH
chickens for the coustmp-
tion of % h e residents,
Schmitz said.
He stressed the imme-
diate need for ixperionced
pouitr^mer
Ifoan%hile thfe hog pro-
ject is in full progress#
Some 460 hoga are being
raised on the Koen ranch.
Plans are novif underway
to split the farm into o-
perational units, each to
be in charge of a unit
supervisor, who will be in
complete eharge of crop
production In his own unit.
Persons wishike, to apply
for jDs as unit
sors maj Rp^ly at the farm
in the Br^imex's building.
bn mmm
softly as she smiled.
Besides Prank, Peter has
two other brothers who have
been in service for over a
year. There is Henry, the
oldest aon, a graduate of
University of California
ana now master sergeant at
Fort Leoinard Wood, Mo* Ed-
die has been Ui service
for over a /ear and 1b sts^
tloned at Cmvig Graut, 111.
On one wall of the Masa-
oka home Is a picture of
Gen# Douglas LIcArtlmr and
a baak. Into the bank,
which has tiae Inscription
"SAVE FOR VIC'TFranks
the yolongest son, used to
OLDEK MEN
TO KEPOKT
All male citizens, 38
years old and over, are to
report to the 7H recreation
hall tomorrow and Thursday#
.This was the armounce-
merit made today by Lewis
Fansiari of the emgloj-
ment office.
The men are to fill out
selective service question-
naires tv^o dates, regardless of
their block number or ap-
pointment date# '
Eegistration hours are
between 8iwtu &nd4t30 p*m.
Ration Books
To Be Issued
Hesident$ vs^ho have made
applications for Indefinite
leave ma/ apply at the
leave office for War Ration
Book I, stated Leave Of-
ficer liillis Hanson today*
In co-operatiion with the
fear Price and Rationing
board of the Office of Price
Administration ia Lamar, a
procedure has been worked
oat to permit the issuance
of rationbooka to eiracaees#
The books ^ill be held
at the leave office and
will be gx?en to applicants
when they depart from the
center on. IndeflMte leaves.
ffliRCES
deposit nickels and dimes
as his contribution toward
the war effort*
On. a shelf# are dis-
played gictores of toe three
Masuoka sons who are now
in unlforBit and in the
background is a. banner with
three stars and th words,
nln Service of Our Coar*try*H
'Another star will be
added 80011Mrs* Masuoke
srs proudly. ,
When ^eter goes, he will
leave !>ehirid .ilia twoparmts
^adaxs yotmge^r sister Mar-
g>rot* They will miss him,
bat they understand*
~Suyeo Sako


Z
PIONiEa
.GRANADA PIONEER.
Published* Tuesdays, Iharsdays, and Saturdays bj
the and distributed free to each apaxtmeri Sd
itorial office PI0NS.1R buil'ding, *machef Colorado*
Telephone: 63.
Oski Tfi'niwaki, director Bob Hirano, editor
Staff: Jack: Ito, Robert Agamoto, Joseph P. Ide,
Choji Nakano, Elmer Ioka, Hiromichi i^oricnoto, Jim
Yamaguchi, Sab Okaraora, George -Hamamoto, ivtasaj i
Marai, John Tsaruta, Hiroshi Ito, *-Iarry Ioka, Makoto
Morita, Yutaka Kubota, Srnest Uno, Suyeo Sake, Jiro
Sumita, Frank Yoshida, Ihan omai, Tom Sasaki.
DIRECTOR
GIVES DINNER
A dinner honoring the
newly elected council, the
block managers, and the
outgoing temporary council
was given "by Project Direc-
tor James Lindley Friday
night at the 7B' mess hall.
Lindley, Donald S* Har*
bison, w. Ha> Johnson, and
Masao Satow were the eve-
ning^ speakers, ifew coon-
oilmen were introduced.
Mrs. Yasuye ^araamoto of
7H-1D died Thursday at the
center hospital. She is
survived by her husband,
Jinsaburo, and daughter,
Sukiyo#
Richard Sherman of Den-
ver has been employed as
senior property clerk in
the property control sec-
tion.
@
The Amache schools will
be closed on Washingtons
birthday, Feb. 2Zf accord-
ing to Dr. Enoch Dumas,
.principal of the elementary
school.
Roy Diven of the proper-
ties section returned to
Lamar Sunday after a stay
at the hospital at Colora-
do Springs.

I'Jlr. and Mrs. Eichi Saka-
guchi, 9S-11A, left for St*
Paul, Mnn., this morning
to accept domestic posi-
tions.
A new registration for
people interested in cook-
ing classes is now beirig
conducted at the night
school office, 8H laundry,
the adult education office
revealed this week*
C A L E N DAR=:
TODAY
7sGO p.m.-'lovies, 9E mess
hall,
?:JO p*m*.lovie^ HE mess
hail.
7;30 p.auAmache highfs A
and B basketball tear^s
vs. iley at-iley.
T0I0H3QW '
7 2 00 12F mess
hall.
7^ p.n,.lovie^ 12H mess
hall.
730 p*m.--Concert, 6E mess.
T A
A drive to coilect old
newspapers and magazines
to aid in the war effort
was begun by Boy Scout
Troop 162 Sanda^ afternoon.

Approximately 40 guests
were present at the Flo-
rettesT "Coming 0atr, so-
cial at tho 63.recreation
hall last night.
Guests of honor %ere *-Ir.
and Airs. Uorris Soglow,Mr#
and .Irs. [ark Luca, and IJixs,
Lili Sasaki*

Phillip J. rebater of
theWRA San Francisco field
office and Milton Black of
the WHA Chicago field of-
fice were recent visitors
at the center*

The Consumer Enterprise
stores will continue their
Incorporation sale for an-
other week to co-incide
with this week1s charter
rr.emtership drive.

Three truck drivers had
their driving licenses in-
voked recently for having
possession of licuor,
'
.Fourteen Girl Scouts had
a Mice to the Arkansas
river Saturday, says Capt.
Terry Mae ikluxaitaini*
________February 16,1943
TiWl Hill
IfiLI
The teraporary assembly,
active ainco October, will
have its final mooting- to-
morrevs/ raornin^*
Tue work of the body
has extended from drafting
the charter to soliciting
labor#
Because they had no
clear-cut idea of the as-
senbly1s duties, both the
residents and administra-
tion referred to tne body
ar^ problem that confront-
ed thc-m
As Chairnian Maaao Satow
pat it, flThe assembly has
done a great deal of work,
more thaa it has been given
credit for.
Even w* Ray Johnson,
community services chief,
under whose division the
assembly functioned, was
unable to understand why a
daily essionj lasting from
two to three hours, was
necessary; even he iailed.
to realize all the work
done by the assembly and
its committees*
But all that is a thing
of the past, ivlemters are
marking time, awaiting "the
induction of the new coun-
cil and the beginning of
separate meetings for the
block managers.
.
It has been more than a
week since a search for
the hos pita 1 fs linoleum
was conducted#
The cryin g- need for
flooring in the apartments
should have beeri brotight
to the minds of adminis-
trators -as the result of
it,
-But time seems to bo
slipping by without any ado
from the people or arxy word
from the administration as
to when our floors will be
forthcoming.
An explanation as to
whether there is to be a
floor or a floor cover-
ing for each unit should
be made*

The 6G recreation hall,
which is to be used us tho
Town Hall, is having its
brick floor removed to be
replaced by hardwood#
Tho hall will be used
f*or dances and other enter-
tainment at least twice a
week for visiting soldiers.
* Khan Komai


____PICHiffiR _______..__i
SHOE CiRTtFSCAm NOW
BEING ISSUED AI 8F STOR.F
Eegistration for sue
par chasing certiflcat.cs
began Friday at the 8P shoe
store.
The certificates, en-
titling the holder to one
pair of shoes, are good
until June 15.
Xendal1 Smith, cor.u;uni-
ty enterprises'saperinten-
dent, stated that indiviaual
applications may be tnade
Dy residents, bat raquests
thr-t fairdly heads make ap-
plications for ail memocr3
of trie family.
Post Office Announces Sin ft
!n Mail Truck Schedule
February 16,194*3-------
MOKE JOBS
NOW OPEN
More job offers have
corue in from the Midwest,
acctJfding. to Mario, Vecchio,
outside placement ofncer.
Openings for evacuees;
Two dental technicians,
Denver.
Dental technician, Pue
bio.
Kitchen helper, Chicago.
Three maids, 3t* Paul.
Seamstress, Chicago
Switchboard operator,
Peoria, 111,
Domestic work for girls
and couples in East and
Midwest.
Persons who are interes-
ted are invited o apply
at Vecchio1s office in the
contractorfs building,
PAY CHECKS
DISTRIBUTED
January pay checks are
being distributed to the
sanitation de partment#
stokers and janitors, and
fire department, Ruby Ful-
ler, principal clerk, said
today.
Time records on the last
of the January pay roll are
being sent to Denver today,
Miss Fuller stated. ..
Enterprises
Sales Large
Net sales of #36,879
were recorded for .the month
of January byithe communi
ty enterprises, according
to the operating stateent
released by Kendall Smith,
superintendent, a-n d Tak
Tada,- chief accountant,
last week. -
-Salaries, clothing al-
lowances, and. general ex-
penses were the- major de-
ductions from th*e gross
margin,
YMCA MAY
BE FORMED
The f ormulation of a
YMCA in Arnach^ is the top-
ic of a(serie3 of discaa*
sions between H. H. Glea-
son of .the Topeka YI1CA and
Masao Satow, Jimn;y Yamana-
ka, and George Yazawa, for-
mer Los Angeles Y leaders.
Gleason arrived here
at'x day.
The nail track to Lamar
leaves daily at 8 a.m. ex-
cept Saturday, according
to a .post office annodnce-
ment today. On Saturday
the track leaves at 12:30
p.m.
Persons wishing to ride
on the truck, mast have
their passes stamped ^viail
Track Pass before they
ma^' maice reservations, the
EDUCATION
HEAD HERE
Dr* Lester K. Abe, US
officer of education from
Washington, DC, is visiting
the center, 'the elementary
school office revealed this
week. Dr. Ade, the s
education adviser, is to
meet with Dr. Enoch Dumas,
elementary school princi-
pal ; Herbert K. walther,
junior hi^h school princi-
pal ;* and Clay Coy, sen-
ior high school principal.
ALIEN LAND
BILL KILLED ^
Eather than give Cui-
nese and S'ilipinosAmer ;c/.n
allies--a direct affronl;,
the House judiciary commit-
tee of the Coloxado state
legislature recently killed
a, oill to bar aliens of
Asiatic ^races from owning
land in Colorado.
The -Dill, introduced by
Representative Charles C,
Townsend of Greeley, was
similar to the California
ali^ri land law. Its intent
was to bar Japanese from
owning land in- Colorado,
but other Asiatic r^cea
had to oe incl uded. to' make
the bill coristitutional
a similar bill, with
different provisions, has
been introduced in t a e
Senate*
post ofiice saia'.
The track returns to
the center from Lamar at
s1) *
UNCLAIMED MAIL
BEING HEiO AT P.C.
Several unclaimed let-
ters are Dein.^' held at the
post office.
The addresses;
Oriental Kxpress compa-
ny, Seattle, y/ash.
Aloha Farm coinpariy, Tor-
lock, Calif.
Soya Be&Ai Products com-
oar.y, Los Angeles, Calif.
T & LI Vineyard company.
New Bridge
Classes Open
Two new contract "bridge
classes are bciri£ started
by Ro^ Iizaka of the rec-
reation department. Touxr.-
aments v^ill be held ir the
near faturo.
Classes are Dein^ hoId
at the 11H xvecreation hall
on .Iorxdayss V/ednesdays, and
Fridays; at the 7K recrea-
tion hall on Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Tat-y begin at 7 night-
ly. The 7K recreation hall
is also open for bridge on
Sundays frorr.1 p,m.
Both beginners and ad-
vanced players arc invit-c-d
to attend, Insti actor Ii^u-
ka said.
WAFFLE PARTY
GIVEN RECENTLY
I)r. and rs. Knocii Jumas,
and Urs; Freda IvlcCollom
%ere hosts at a waffle par-
ty and an evening of gaiues
at Lamar recently*
'Guests Kt tht> affair
were Alisscs Hoshi wliyako,
Elma Nogacui, Tora Okuda,
Arlene Hicts, and Irma Lie-
Cart and Eesdarr.es Sumi
KashiVvagi, and Elizabeth
Bender.*


_______ PI0IE1B _____________Febraarj 16,194*5
CAKES OFFERED AS PkiltS
IN VICTORY CONCERT DRIVE
Home-made cakes be awarded to the. fiye- evacuees
who invest the greatesti amount of money in V^'ar Savings
bonds and stamps between Feb.1 and Feb 26, spons otb
of the Victory concert said today.
Names of tue winners
will be announced aad the
cakes mill oe awarded at
Page 4
Ironically, the building
plans chosen for. tiie con-
struction of the first iffii
center, Manzarxar, were
those drafted by Thomas *i:.
Uragar.i before eiracaation,
while he was n the employ
of the *ar department in
Los Angeles^ Originally
Intended as plans for aa
army cantonment, they had
been laid aside when Ura-
garni was dismissed from
his job.
3at when blueprints for
the constraction of Man
zaaar had to be drawn \xg,
the department re^o.vered
Uragami^ plans. Altering
his designs slightly, bat
retaining the basic plans,
they began %ork on the
baildinta*
Uragami studied archi-
tecture at the University
of Southern California for
four jears, bat did not
complete the five-year
course. Instead, he ac-
cepted an offer from the
War department to draft
plans for military airports
and cantonments on the West
coast.
Aeronautically m iaded
since early boyhood, he
finally realized one of
his dreams whenhe received
his civilian pilot1s li-
cense after completing a
coarse at college. He has
spent many Sundays piloti
a rented plane*
During leisure hours at
home and in this center,
Uragani has designed and
constructed ;hundreds of
flying airplane model
His apartment is cluttered
with them, and one corner
of the room has been con-
terted into a regular nvork-
shop.
A brilliant student, he
has been awardea member-
ships in two honored art
fraternities.
One of Uragami s big
desires is to complete his
education aad earn his de-
gree at an eastern univer-
sity.
Another ambition is to
join the Army air corps.
Ha rather hfesitantly
admits that he has a girl
friend %ho is an instructor
at the Naval Language school
at Boaldc-r. But he dosnft
disclose her n^ne.
Suyeo Sako
lall Residents
For Interviews
Besiaeats listed oelow
.are asked to report imme*
diatelj to the public vs/el-
f ar e section for their
clothing allowance iater-
views for the October, Mo-
vetnDer, aad December peri-
od. A farther delay maj
necessitate a canceuation
of their allOYmnces, re-
minded John 0.Moore, coun-
selor*
Takasiii and Frank: Date,
10E-3C; Frances and Eoy
EaymoM luge, 1CE-11D; To-
Buio, Masao, aad George
Taro Uriyu, 9L^3S; Jan Ta-
tota,10E-4B,
Maeda, 10E-12G; Joe
^ishihara, 10E-10E^ Harrj
F ukayama, 12G-9F; James
Eoyaina, 11K-7G; Harry Nagao
Hamamoto,
aeorge Siseri, ?H-i^;
Haruo and Harare Alice
lawase, 12F-1B.
R.adcliffe and
Mead Return
Mark W. Hadcliffe, trans-
portation and supply chief,
and Altori 0. Mead, procure-
ment officer, re turned
Thursdr.y from a trip to
Rocky Fords Pueblo, ^alsen-
burg, Trinidaa, and Baton,
I. Hex., to investigate
the availability of fuel
supply and machiaer/ for
loading and onloa^iHis coal.
During their stay in
Trinidad,the admiuis'fcrators
gave a doscription of cenr
ter life to a gxoup of
prominent citisens.
PHOTOS OF NISEI
soLmm shown
Pictures of the Japa-
neseAmerican regiment now
stationed in. tlie midwest,
are beiag displajed in the
north administration build-
ing and the employment of-
fice*
The photographs Bhcm the
toericaa soldiers of Japa^
neae ancestry in action
during their basic traiair^
period*
the concert, Feo# 26, at
Terry hail*
At tint same time, Tad
Haac^ll, director of the
instrumental music depart
ment, will auction the ba-
ton ased to direct the con
cert. The highest bidder
will receive the baton and
War Savings stamps equal
to the amount bid.
Over ¢1000 worth of Oonds
ana stamps have been sold
to date, bat the amount is
still far short of the goal,
10 per cent of Amache orie-
month payroll.
Bonds and stamps will
be credited to purchasers
who contact anj m.mbBx of
the junior or senior high
school band or who phone
extension 65*
CL CONFAB
DISCUSSED
Project Director1 James
G. Lindley, Ivlasao Satow,
and Henry Shimiau addressed
an audieace of about 50
citizens in Terry hallast
week to gie a detailed re
port of the recent JACL e-
mergency conference iaSalt
Lake City.
Shimisa and Satow re-
portedoritte various phases
of evacuation, the work of
the leagae %ith other na-
tional groups, and on the
investigations of the bad
labor conditions %liich ex*-
isted in Montana and Idaho.
Lindley had praise for
the organiation and urged
e¥er^onef s support*
BOY SCOUTS GIVE
VALENTINE f ARTY
ii falentine gartj honor-
ing the Girl Scouts was
given bj Scout troop 162
Fri day at the 10E rec-
reation hall. Scoutmaster
Sd^ard Tokunaga presented
20 of his boys with tender-
foot badges during the eve-
ning.
Games and refreshments
featured the social which
was under the chairmaaship
of Tom Sasaki.


February 16,1943_______________________________Page 5
= SPORTS=
liE-ilS
by Joseph Ide=3==^
The Enmblers went down
and under last night and
were dumped unceremoniously
from the AA race for the
first half bunting..*the
sweet Skookuras did the dir-
ty work...despite Tosh Shi-
mizu.^ deadly shooting (he
made 17), the Eamblers
coaldn* t cope with the
Skookums all-around power.
,,Iki Iwanaga, Kobi Fajiu
and Kish Yaraate1 s one-hand
shots were plenty effective
...clown Mutt Kimura and
Pete Masuoka played great
defensive ball for the
losers* *Pete1s long shots
weren1t bad either...refs
Elmer Iokaand Snory Karriura
called some q^estionaDle
fouls, bat 6n the Whole,
they kept the game pretty
well under control..* the
Laners found little trouble
in topping the Hoops* *.
Wada was plenty hot for
the Double Kaas and rang
up 15,. ,vShink.ie 5ano blurt-
ed the highlights of the
^ames over the mike..-we
^htnk the Skooks will cop
the first half AA crowru.
EASY VICTORY
LANERS DKUB
HOOPS 59-25
The K&u Kaa Laners,
usinf<. their second string
throughout most of the
game, trounced the weak
Linay Hoop five, 59-25 in
the first game at the Gra-
nada high gym last night.
The Hoops matched the
Laners basket for basket
during the first part of
the game, but faded badly
to trail at the half, 2o-
17.
Uith the varsity enter-
ing the contest in the
third quarter, tue goxwe
became a run-away for the
Laners. They scored ,il
points TA'hile* holding the
Hoops scoreless.
High ooint for the Laners
wQ3 Bill ^ada wita 15 while
Aki Yamaz'ami made 7 for the
Hoos.
Indians Meet
Wiley tonight
The Amaohe Indiansill
trek: to uiley tonighV to
with the Pantaers
in a return match on the
wilej high school court.
AA LEAGUE
IN 3-WAY TIE
Jhe ^reen-clad Skookwns
c-kea out a 47-^* victory
over the Kernel ers in nip-
and-tuck A*-* cage battle at
the Granada last ni^iat
before a ^ac^ed house#
By virtue ox' this win,
the Skookums renainea in
the xaardnL. for the first
half flag, aloa^- ith the
I- La a Kau Lariers and the
Boyal Araians, v^hile the
xiamolers were dropped into
the third-place slot.
Tosh Shimizu of the Earn-
biers broke the icc to
score the first two points
of the garno. The scoring
was fairly even or tooth
sides and at the end of the
first quarter the count was
II- 8 in favor the Skookums#
In the second quarter,
the Skookums rolled up 14
more points while holding
their opponents, to 7 and
fuaintainea their lead at
Shimizu, who had been
held to two roint3 in
first half', on a.
scoring spree ani dropped
ii* 6 points in the tuirI
stanza to hely the Rcai.'i.crs
go out in front, ,at
the end of that period.
The SicookijniiS took baoti
this lead in the final
quarter with baskets by
Soar,/ ^liyashma and I.V_i
I'ana£a. wi ta 4 ruinates
left, the 3ort> read
in the SKOOkum* s favor.
Then Shiffiizarrtade a free
oh, if they only had some
reserves! Good ones, we
mean-..
The 110yal Araians and
the Kaa Kaa Laners are tied
for top honors iri the 1st
division of the A league...
they are slated to play off
on a dirt ^.ourt Sunday...
we think they should have
neen given the noi over the
7Z-Se[,ol girls1 tilt which
Is to 'r:e placed as the pre-
li.rr. to the Rockot-Araian AA.
fracas Th'arsiay night".
the gals will probably drag
th.r u. another game but the
A leaguers will be deciding
a champ ionship..* the way it
looks thono one cares.. *
we like the Araian3 and
Ship Fukuyataa against the
Rockets"by 7 points.
The B team will also
make the- trip aria oppose
the wiley B1 s in the pre-
liminary encounter.
The center lads will
have a good reason for
Wc.ntin^ to win tonight as
It was the Panther five
that marred their perfect
record of seven wins in
seven starts.
Tho probabl e- starting
lineup for tiie varsity,
according to Coach Hoke
will bo Mas Uyesugi and
Lefty Kitagawa at forwards,
Slag Yotsuja at center^ and
John Nuzawa and ui1 o s
Har.iada at guarls.
The As 'may have some
trouble in winning b ut
Coach Yuk Ya\vataTs B teori
should win. with ease.
tiro%v;[!att Kim\ixa repeated;
and Shimiza tanked a lon^
one. This brought the Hain-
blcrs^ within one point of
tho Skoo.is, but Soapy carao
through with a lay-in to
pat the game on ice for
his team as the final ^uix
sounded.
Siiimiaa took high, honors
for tae 6vonin.g by sinking
17 points. Pete :,iasuok:a
made 10.
For the Sk001earns, Ilci
Iwanaga san.K 12 aria Kish
Yamato,11.
The B! s wil1 line at;
wita Goor^e Aoki and Borneo
Kita£*av;a at forwards, Goto
Shizuru at center, and Jill
imoto and Suyeo iCaragalci
at guards.


Page 6
SKffira
February 16,1942
AEROS UPSET ESQUIRES; INDIANS TRIM
KAU KAU. ARMANS WIN HOLLY FIVE
With George Hamamoto
sinking IB- points, the
Aeros came through with a
knockoat wallop to drop
the heretofore undefeated
Delta Esquires from their
league-leading perch Sunday
in the Division II competi-
tion of the A league.
This loss threw the Es*
quires into a three-'way tie
with the 10H Bucs and the
Zephyrs for first place.
Each teaxci has a record of
three wins and one loss to
its credit.
In Division I, the Rojal
Araians tripped the Smokey
Stovers to remain on top
along with the Kau Kau boys,
who trounced, the 12S Ram-
blers, and who won a for-
Ohki, Moriguchi
Enter finals
At the blocks 8, 9, and
10 ping pong tournej, Kenny
Ohki of 9H and Haxato Mori-
gachi of BE, bested the
other competitors to enter
the finals, which will be
held at a later date, ac-
cording to Mitch Hashigachi,
toornament director.
Hashi^achi also announces
that sign-ups for a tour-
aairient for blocks 6 and 7
are now being held at the
various "block laundries
or at the recreation,
hall,
felt game from tne Smo^ej
Stovers orx Saturday*
These two tearns will
clash Sunday to decide the
first half championship of
Division I#
Ee suits of Sunday
ganits;
Division I
Kau Kau Laners def-IkE
Earuble-rs, 29-1?,
Dukes def. Giants,
Hoyal Araians Smo-
key Stovers..
Division II
Aeros def# Delta ifis-
quires, 37-24,
Zephyrs def. Argonauts,
26-2£,.
I0H B uccaneer3 def*
Sebastopol Samplers, £-0,
(forfeit)*
ROCKETS TQ
FACE ASIANS
The Eoyal Araians, a
strong contender for the
AA league crown, will face
the ap-and^caningLivingstoa
RqGfcets at the Granada gym
Thursday night.
As usual, they %iii bank:
on the dedly shooting
oackboard work of rangy
Shig Fukuyama to keep them
in the pennant mee.
The Rockets with Fred
Eishi, the second high
scorer of the league, will
be dangerous at all times
Aside from rashi, they have
Traveling to Holly for
thoir ninth gmne, theAraa-
ciie varsity Indians re tarn
ed with, a 50-21 victory
over the Holly five in the
high school gym Saturday
night in the i^eatore game
of a doableiiealer.
After trailing- a vueak
Holly team throughout the
first half, the ceuter boys
led by Asaji !fSlacTf Totsa-
ja, came Dack in the third
stanza to bucket ii joints
while holding Holly vo a
single field goal.
The score at the start
of the final quarter was
Zz-lh In favor of the In-
dians.
The last pei iodL saw
both teams scoring evenly
aad the contest ended with
a 30-21 victory for Coach
Hokef s charges*-
Following Yotsuja3 who
scored VI points, was i-Ias
Uyesugi with 6*
For the losers, center
Beei was hi^h with 6*
In the curtain raiser,
the Amache C team kept up
its winning streak by top-
pling the Holly cabs, H2-
14*
Leading at the half by
a score of 7-4, the local
Cs pat on a scoria sport
in the thirl quarter to
chalk up 13 points This
pat the game on ice.
Sam Nagai and Aen Suga-
wara made 1 and 6 points
This tournament will get
under way on Sunday.
Aichi Mijoshi of 12K
won the blocks 11 and 12
sectional marble tournament
at thellG playgroond Surida^*
In the junior division,
Henry Shimozorxo of 12H,
topped the other contest-
ants to take the crown*
SHUTTIECOOCS
SOLD AT 7E REC
Badminton shuttlecocks
are being sold at the 7E
recreation hall, according
to Mitch Haahiguchi, tour-
n&irsent director.
Prctice birds are sold
for 2L cents each and toux*
Nob Kuwatani, v^iho is also
a good shot and a steady
floor max
The preliminary game
will be played between the
Sepol girls and the an-
defeated Starlettes at
7 p.m*
CAGt MANAGEHS
MEET TONIGHT
A aad B taslcetball mana-
gers will meet tonight at
the 7E recreation hall at
7 oclock,accordin to Koe
loshida, chairman.
respectively for the Amache
five while forward Phifer
made 8 for the losers.
EAST TOPS WEST
IN SUMO TOUkNEY
In the center-wide sumo
tourneyxient held at the 6G
sumo ring Sunday, the East
team % on over the West team
by a score of the 11 to 10.
Outstanding for the East
team were Llidorigachi and
Kiniioshaahi. For the West,
Yasurio an d Hayardshiki
%ere the big threats#.
HOW THEY STAND
A BASKETBALL LE4GUE
nameat birds for 40 cents
DONATIONS MADE
Three new basketballs.
and 12 game whistles were
donated to the recreation
department by the people
from the Merced center%
Division I
Team W L Pet.
Kau Kau. Laners 3 1 .750
Hoyal Araians 3 1 *?50
Lakes 2 2 ,500
Giants 2 <*N .500
1EE Raxfiblers 2 2 .500
Smokey Stovers 0 4 000
Division II
Team W L Pct
Zephyrs 3 1 .750
Delta Esquires 3 1 .750
10H Buccaneers 3 1 .750
Aeros 2 2 .500
Sepol fibiers 1 3 .250
Argonauts 0 4 .000


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