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Granada pioneer, February 18, 1943

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Granada pioneer, February 18, 1943
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Granada pioneer
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Amache
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United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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Volume 1, Number 39

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Amacte, Colorado February 18, 1945
COUNCIL CALLS THREE MEETINGS
FOR NISEI MEN FROM 18 TO 36
The significance and background of the Armyfs vol-
imtary enlistment program will be explained to draft-
age men in 8 series of metings tomorrow and Saturday
at Terry hall#
New facts telephoned from Washington will be pre-
sented at the meetings sponsored by the new council.
The schedule of meetings:
Block 6E, 6F, 6G, 6H, 7E, ?F, 7G, 7H, 8E, and rQW
men, 9 a*m. Friday*
Block 7K, 8G, 8Kf 9E, 9HS 10E, 111, I1F, 12E, and
12F men, 1p.m. Friiay.
Block 9K, 9L,10H, 11G, 1IH UK, 12G, 12H, and 12K
men, 9 a.nu Saturday,
ken will "be excused-from work to attend the mot-Mngs
Vol. I, No. 39
50 P£R CENT
M/%NW W0HIN
?I.UNIEH
11most 50 per cent of
the omen citizens regis-
tered to date have volun-
teered to serve as imrse
aides or as members of tlie
Women fs Auxiliary A rmy
corps, proudly pointed out
Registrar Levds W. Fanslan
today* -
Many of the women who
aid not volunteer wrote
in t liei r questionnaires
that children or lack of
educationprevented their
enlisianent
Pastors Gr 'nt.
Use of Hall
Co-ctiairmen Atsuslii Ki-
101chi and Mark Luca of the
Arts and Grafts festiiml,
planned for Mxr* 5, bf and
7, today thanked tiie Granada
Ministerial council for
(granting them the use of
Terry hall on Mar. ?
The regular Sunday school
classes, English service,
and YP meeting will be
transferred to the 10H rec-
r^ation hall on that day*
The high scliool service
will "be conductd 8H-11E*
_CAlf_DAR=
TOMY -
7:00 p.m.Monies,1IH mess
hall.
7:00 p*m.~Basketball games,
7K Starlettes vs. Ram-
tdcrettes,Royal Araisns
vs. Rockets, Granada..
high gym* ,
7s30 p.m.Movies,11K mess
hall.
7s30 p*miBaAetbell games,
Amachc A vs. Holly A,
+ Araeche C vs* Holly C,
Holly high.
Tommou
6:20 p*m#--Senior high
dance, Terry hall.
?:00 new pro-
gram scheduled, 9H mesa
Mil*
7:30 p.m.Movies, 9L mess
Mil.
MEN MUST
All male citi^ena, 38
years of age and over who
have not yet registered,
are urgently requested to
report to the 7EL reereation
hall for iimedxate regis-
tration today and tomorrow
at tiie latest, announced
the military registration
teaio.
Regardless of block num-
ter and previous appointment
date,unregisteredmele cit-
izens must fill out ques*
tionna:res immedia t e ly*
^This is very important,
anpiiasiaefi a member of the
team. *

Administrators
In Addresses
Four V/Ri administrators
spoke at the Holly Lions
club dinner Tuesday .
Dr. tester K. Me, WRA
education adviser, spoke
on the edupation program
in the relocation centers.
Reports Officer Joseph'
E* feGlelland, Placement
Officer Walter J# Knodel,
and Paul J. Terry, director
of education, talked on
various expects of tiie re_
100ation program.
New Moving
Picture Due
New cinematic fare, fea-
turing a jungle picture,
will^e offered center res-
idents tomorrow and Satur-
day eirenings. Roaring
Roads m3 the accompanying
alxorts will "be shown for
the last time tonight.
On Sunday evening a new
motion picture v/ill Intrb-
duce an entertainment plan
of showing tro new pictures
a week.
CO-OP TO
GIVE REFUNDS
Beginning Feb. 25, in
accordance bit'll the policy
as announced pr'eiriously,
the community. enterprises
will accept 'cash, -register
sales receipts for patron-
age refxind credit.
The receipts must be
bundled in denominetions
of $5 and ¢10 and must bear
the name and aMress of
the patron.
Refunds will *be made at
the check-cashing station
at the west end of the
PIONEER building. 5he hours
are 10 to 11530 a.m. and
1 to 3 p.m* daily, and 10
to 11?30 a*m# on Saturdays*


rnge 2________________________________PIONEER___________
______G K A n'a D Aj P I D N E E _
Fu"blishetd Tuesdays, Thur-sdays, and Saturdays by V
the v/HA ir.i distributed free to eacli apartment* Ed-.
itorial office: PIONEER building, Amache, Colorado*
Telephone; 63.
It's Up To Us
Because we felt that the larger aspects of the Army1 s-
voluntary enlistment program were clear to everyone,
we refrained from, comnenting on the Armys er-listment
program for the past week. But evidently, there are
some who still do not have the facts clearly in-mind.
For their 'benefit,.we present the following points:
1. To the American public, the Armyfs voluntary
enlistment program is the final test of the niseifs
loyalty to the United States* The reasons for and
against voluiitar;/ enlistment are of- primary concern to
the nisei,"but only the final decision is of importance
to other Americans.
2. If the vouluntary enlistment program succeeds,
vast fields may open to all evacuees. Nisei soldiers,
eligible now for the infantry, artillery and engineers
only, may soon find places in other sections of the
Anny end perhaps in the Navy, in ]le Coast Guard, in
the Marines, in the WAAGs, in the WAVES-
Unless the loyalty of evacuees is proved war 'jo'bs
will not "be open to them. Communities, now reluctarrt
to admit evacuees, might prove fields of jobs, places
for homes for a people whose loyalty is proven.
3. The auccess of tiie voluntary enlistment program
depends not on the V/RA. officials, not on the Army, tut
on the male nisei "between the ages of 18 to 38.
______February IB,1943
I0_il _ll
iii.r
The gonl of Victory
concert, to "be sponsored
by the junior and senior
high school music depart-
ments, is the sale of War
'bor.ds and stamps equal in
siuouLt-, to 0 per cent of
Arr*achefs a.e-mon-tt. pay roll.
This movement pushed by
the youngsters should re-
ceive the hole- he arted
support of the residents.
To date they are far
abort of their mark, 13ut
over a week still remains
"before the concert is held
at Terry hall.
There will be no excuse
for not reaching the quota.
The appeal is not for large
investments in war "bonds
but for only 10 per cent
of our pay.
With a room and three
raepls a d?iy provided for
us, one-tenth of our pay-
should not' seem es propor-
tionally large to ns"as it
does to a man on the out-
side.
There can "be no huck-passin& now. It is obvious This, after all, is not a
thst the future of all evacuees depends upon the success request for contributions
or failure of the enlistment program, It is the first ^ "but an investment in free-
st ep Whether it is forward or "backward depexids on domi
the nisei men "between the ages of 18 and 38. The final * * * *
decision rests with them# The fire departmerxt has
----------------------------------------------------------sent out a for the
VIOLINISTS PERFORMANCE
ACCLAIMED BY AUDIENCE
T|ie concert given ly
Robert- Gross, violinist,
last Tuesday at Terry hall
was n huge success.
Grosa, who is at present
the concertmaster of the
Colorado Springs fe^Tnphcny
orchestra, was introduced
by Dr. Enoch Dumas, center
elementary school principal.
The selection's were an-
nounced by fhe violinist
as follows;
1 gonata--by Nardini
2. Polonaise in A Major
by V/ieniawski
3. Alta Wien--byGodowsky
and De Falla.
The. music loversf ap-
plause and reluctance to
leave drew an encore, a
French song
WALTHER SPEAKS
TO DENVER. GROUP
Herbert K.Walther, jun-
ior high principal, spoke
before 400 pei'sons at 'the
bt. Joiir/s Epsicopal. cathe-
dral in Denver Sunday.
-STATISTIC^
BIHTHS;
volunteer firemen "to sssem*
ble at the station again
on the evening of Pe"b. 2?.
The last meetii^t of the
volunteers turned out to
"be a farce "because of the
leek cf prerar£ion cn the
p&rt of the fire department
As a result the "block man-
agers are having a hard
time* convincing the volun-
teers that, for the good of
all the residents, they
should attend again,
vVith coal "being burned
in tue type of barracks we
have, the importance of
fire fighting and fire pre-
vention is understood by-
residents and the volunteer
firemen. But asking these
men tc come to the station
4. F our preludesby
Shostakovich
5. Giri with the.Flaxen
Hair--by Debsussy
6 Ritual Fire Dance
"by De Falla
The appreciative audi-
ence who packed the hall
to "capacity wr.s especially
carried o^vay by Grosses
brilliant interpretations
of Debussy, Shostakovich,
To ¥jr0 and Mrs- Terry
Uyemoto, 7H-1LA, a boy, at
the center hospital,Feb^
13.
To Mr. and Mrs Kazuichi
Nakamura, 9I.-11F, a girl^ .
at the- center hospital,
Fe'b.15.
To Mr, and Mrs. James
H- Yamaguchi, 7E-1A, a boy,
at the center hospital,
Feb.16.
from all parts of the cen-
ter when no program for the
presentation of fire fight-
ing methods had been formu-
lated was a mistake on the
part of the fire department*
The fire deptirtimGiit must
realize the future of the
volunteer fire fighting
program will "be jeopardized
by another failure,
--Khan Kamai


February 18,19^t3
Round soci al Saturday at
Terry hall at 7 It
is being sponsored by the
various WCA "business and
industrial girls clu"bs.
Admission will "be five
cents and scrap material.
Isako Sugiyama and Har-
riette Morikawa are co-
chairraen. Assisting are
Kaoru Fujikawa,Hizi Hinoki,
Eana Ee jima, Tbshi Miyakawa,
Ohisato Tadakuraa, Sally
Kutochi, May Tomio, Margie
Takat?i, Taeko Kubota, and
^race Hanaki.
Clubs in charge of the
various activities are
E seal ant as, decorations;
Florettes, bids; Blue Cir-
cle, finance; Twenteens,
entertainment; Les Serrel-
les refreshments; Mersan-
tas, arrangements; and
Honkettes, clean up.
-Y-
Mrs. Cochran, adviser of
the Twenteens, will speak
to the s on Sunday at
the 6K recreation Jiall,2
p.'m. 'Twenteen members will
be in charge of the event
Y Circle club members are
invited to attend*
. -Y-
Thanks to the recreation
department, the Y office
is new temporarily located
at the 6H recreation hall
until the 6G office is re-
modeled. The Boy Scouts
removed the "bricks and the
cai'penters are now putting
in a new flooring.
* -Y-
Baby garments were made
and e skit for the coming
Y social was planned at
the Twenteensf me et i ng
Tuesday at the Y office.
Y_
________PIONESR ____'
STOKE OPEN
EVENINGS
The canteen will
open tomorrow ar.d Satu'u^iy
evenings ^betweexi 6slL ^.rAd
9 to wind up the canned
goods sale, Ken Ito, mana-
ger, announced Wednesday.
Deliveries ^ill *be made
next week on goods bought
in case lots, he redded#
This is he Iftst oppor-
tunity residents will have
to "buy canned goods as the
stock will "be frozen Sat-
urday night, Ito concluded.
Students Get
Warm Welcome
Roy and George Takaya
of Amache and four other
students of Japanese an-
cestry who went to Ches-
brough Seminary, Ivorth Chi-
le, NY, have received a
warm welcome from the stu-
dent "body there, according
to a recent article in the
Democrat .Chronicle, leading
Rochester, NY, daily.
The six nisei students
from relocation centers are
Mfeeling right at homef, in
their new surroundings,-the
Rochester paper said. The
article was accompanied "by
a photograph, of' the six
students. .,
ARAIANS INITIATE SIX
Six pledges were'initia-
ted into the ranks of the
Royal Araians Saturday eve-
ning at the 12H recreation
hall.A Valentinera dance
followed.
The new mein'bers are Jim
Shizuru, Jim Nitahara, 'Ton
Ito, Mitsuo Munemura, TosMo
Hirana, and George Karatsu.
Shig Fukuyama was the eve-
ningfs master of ceremonies
and Sam Kaida was in charge
of refreshments.
_________________Page 3 -
RULES FOK
BICYCLISTS
Due to ttxe increasing
number of "bicycles in the
center^ the following rules
were released for the "bene-
fit of cyclists "by Stanley
il* Adams, assistant internal
security officer.
DONT:
ride or park "bicycle
on side walks.
...ride out from "behind
"buildings withoirt first
making sure the way is
clear.
...try to "beat any ve-
hicle to an intersection.
You may lose.
...ride at night unless
equipped with front light
and a rear reflector visi-
ble at 200 feet.
"ride double.
..weave in and out of
traffic. ,
ALWAYS:
park "bicycle in a
safe place.
..-give pedestrians and
automobiles right of way.
"igive hand signals
when making turns.
Plan Concert
For Monday
An instrumental concert
will .be presented at Terry
hall this Monday from 7:30
p.m., the recreation depax't-
ment announced.
Scheduled on the tenta-
tive program are:
Selections by the Amache
senior higii school band,
piano solos by Hana *Tani
and Eunice Yahiro, trombone
solo Paul Higaki, violin
solo by Miyoko Mizutani,
and a vocal solo by Sumi
Kawamura.
The public is invited
to attend free of charge.
The USO calendars are * -
iDeing made by the Rockett es this and next week. .
Y kjf MSSi
Craft materials were re- Y
ceived ty the GH clubs from Event Time Bee 11
the Toledo and Houston SEICHO .N0 IYE
Yv/CAs, Service 7:00 p.m. 12G
Y BUDDHIST
Hie LIsdemoiselles held a Adult service 2:00 p.m. 7G-12G
Valentine party at the 6E CATHOLIC
recreation hall Su nday. Mass 7:00 a.m- 11K
Mary Fujikawa, president, SEVWTH-I)AY-AI)YENT 1ST
was in charge. Toki Tana- Sabbath sc31001 9:00 a.in. 7G
ka and Kay Fujikawa are the advisers* Semen 1.0:00 a.m. 7G


Page 4
PIONEEB
February 18,1943
wmim mm gi sales .
ffiM SCTe NSffiBilUJI POSTPONED
Hev. Lester E* Suzuki of
the Granada Christian ohuroh
received a lettat from Sgt#
Fred Nishitsuji desoribinjg
the conditions experienced
by the American soldiers
on the New Guinea front
wher.e a major combat- has
been v^aged for the past
several months
"Heavy losses have been
inxon our enemies
with relatively faw casual-
ties on our side,- he
writes*
He also states that the
men are holding up toa'gni-
fioently in the fight a-
gainst the Japanese forces
despite the added discorn-


The Wakaba club will
hold a meeting at the 8G
recreation hall tomorrow
at 7s30 p.m. All m^bers
are urged to attend

Henry F* Halliday, sen-
ior administrative officer,
is at his desk again after
feeing ill.

Jinsafeuro Yamamoto and
family express their aopre-
oiation to their friends
for the many kindnesses
and sympathy shown at this
time of bereavement*

Donald Harbison,assist-
ant project director, is
on sick leave.

Kir o shi S h ibata has
been added to the public
welfare seotion^as a case
worker aide, according to
John 0. Moore, counselor,
LOST: A bacicand brown
Persian cat. Finder please
return to T* Matsunaga y
11K-1F.

Rev, Lester S. Suzuki
of the Granada Christian
ohuroh was guest preacher
for Race delations day at
the Syracuse, Kans.. Meth-
od ist church last Sunday.
&
Henry Shimizn9 super-
visor of the poultry proj-
ect, went to Springfield
yesterday to get an elec-
tric feeder for his ohioic-
sns*
forts caused by insectsf
disease, and adverse weather
conditions*
As a member of the U S
The reopening of the
surplus clothing salos will
b postponed until further
word is received from the
Arrayt and as an unofficial
representative of Japanese
Americans, Nishitsuji hopes
to prove that mwq Americans
of Jaoanese desoentare just
as loyal as any other Amer-
ioaiu"
"We must all work: hard
for peace and freedom* To
attain that, ruthless Japan
and 'her Axis partners "must
-bo orusheds'n wi 11
alWaya bo working foi 'that
happy day to oome, and I
know all of you will too,11
lie concludes,
NURSERYMEN AND
GARDENERS NEEDED
(Jardeners and experienced
nurserymen are needed in
Ohiof Illinois, and Indiana,
said Mario Vucchio, outside
placement officer.
Joe Witberow of the Great
Western Sugar company v/ill
be in the employment office
for the next few days to
recruit farm workers on a
v/age or share-crop basis.
Washington office, Henry
F* Halliday, senior admin-
istrative officer, announcoo
Wednesday.
-The appraisal value of
the surplus 010thing is
being examined now so that
a feir and standard value
can be established for all
centers, Halliday explained *
Two Teachers
Leave Center
Mrs, Anna Berry, sooond
grade instructor9 and Mrs*
Proida McGpllom,pre-school
supervisor are 1 e a ving
the Amaohe schools faculty
tomorrow, the elementary
school office disclosed
yesterday,
Mrs. Berry will join her
husband, Sgt. Berry, recruit-
ing officer at Trinidad*
Mrs* McCollom will go
to. Port Bliss,. Tex., #iere
her husband, Lt MoGolJom,
is stationed.
POSTON...
. .
All evacuee workers,
except those employed by
nr ivate parties such as
community enterprises, are
to be ooi^>ansated for in-
juries sustained while
working provided they report
-the accidonts within 48
hours,
"Sullivans Travels is
now showing at the center
theater.
" Latest rumor Giroulating
in the center is that horse
meat is being serve^vin the
mess halls. T h i was
stopped with a stat^ent
by the ahiof steward who
said Horse meat Is con-
sidered a rare delicacy
and is much higher in price
than beef."
GILA
r
and mechanics will be added
to the adult education
curricula*
E LAKE
A contest is now in
progress for a suitable
name to be given to the
cctning boxing tournament,
A phot ographer from
Klamath Falls takes piotures
on Tuesdays and Fridays at
the center*
A "hidden talent*' search
is now being sponsored by
the music and dance divi-
sions of the recreation
department in preparation
for a gigantic talent show.
EOHWEH
Four delegates of the
Rohwer Bed Gross unit at-
tended the State conferenoe
to present the problems of
organizing Red Gross classes
The contort first Court
of Honor took place with
five Boy Scout troops par-
ticipating.
1IINID0KA...
Elementary electricity,
farm machinery, carpentry,
tractor, truck, motors,
in the center
TOPAZ .
Phases of resettlement
v^ere discussed during a
young people1s symposium*
Bean sprouts raised on
the Topaz farm are now
served in the mess halls*


w
February 18# 1943
PIONEER
Page 5
Map courtesy Joe Fujikawa aad Jack Xto
N. ILE, N. Y.
SÂ¥1R, COLO,
University of Denver
Emiko Mizutani
James Harat an i
Mabel Tsumori
Sumao- Nakano
Albert Ishihara
Barnes School of Coimeroo
Walter Puciiigami
Beteie Inaba
Jane Hiratsuka
Rose Kikuchi
GB1ELEY, COLO.
Colorado State College
of Education
Tasuko Jfadokoro
Mai'y Suzuki
June Susukl
Amy Gt Ishlmaru
Ben Hsshimoto
Charles M. 1211mi
Esther Okuda
Frances Tsuchiya
Sferie Mizutani
GICAa, ILL.
Moody Bible Institute
Yutaka D. Nakagawa
HOLY GROSS, IND.
Holy Cross College
Agnes F, Yamamoto
PAIIOWA
Parsons Collage
Iku E# Nakaahima
DES NIB, IOWA
Drnlc University
Andrew Yaiiiro
PELLA, IOWA
Central College
Patrick S. Noda
COLLEGE PARK, MD.
Univarsity of Maryland
Miye Yamasaki
ALBION, MICE.
Albion College
Fusajiro Aburano
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Homline College
Ranko Ogawa
June Fujioka
NOETHFIELD, MM.
St* Olef College
Mayme vKishi
CereltoQ College
Hoy Hamaji
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Washington UaivCTsity
Setsuo K Iiata
Calvin Ishida
Gladys IsMda
COLUMBIA, MO,
University of Missouri
John Den Hattori
LINCOLN, N1BR,
University of Nebraska
William Hashimoto
Union College
Helen Kono
Hona Imamura
George V/* I to
James Nakamura
Robert N* Nomi
TSxomas OsMro
Minoru lakatake
Charles Yameshiro
Nebraska Wesleyan
Sam Ogino
Sophia Axidow
(MmAt NEBR,
Duchesne College
Aiko M. SMina
MM)ISON, N. 'J.
Drew University
Joseph Haratani;'
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
University of Rochester
Ruth Wntanabe
HBY* YORK, H. Y*
Traphagen School of
Fauniou
Grace M* Sakata
Chesbrough Seminary
Roy K* Takaya '
George i., Takaye
CIKCINNAfl, OHIO
University of Cincinnati
Iwao Harada
0BER1IN, OHIO ,
Q^evlltx College
Eenji Oiaida
Smmj J* Oi
YHLLOW SPRIK1S, OHIO
Antioch College
Mery Satasawa
Lois N. Noda
WAIXINGP0H3), PA.'
Pendl Hill College
Lafayette H* Noda
MlfGHEIX, S, D.
Dakota Wesleyan College
BlaBC]^ KinK)to
omm$ warn
Weber College
iien Soda
PHOVO, UTAH
Brigham Young
University
Grant S* Noda
Benjamin Sueo Kuraya
Janet TsucMya
SALT LAKE CITYt UTiffl
University of Utah
Dave T* Yokozeki
TACOM PARK, V?ASH. B. 0.
Seventh Day Adventist
Theological Seminary
George KiyaM
MILWAUKEE, WIS,
Milwaukee School of
Eagiaeerlng
"Srnest Yoshida
LAEAMIE, 110
University of Wyoming
Fumie Iwata
SMgeki Hiratsuka


FEMMES PLAY
IN OPENED
Page 6------------------
INDIANS NIP
WILEY. 3/-34
The Imache varsity In-
dians tool: revenge far
their previous loss to the
"iley Panthers .by knocking
them over, 37-34, in a
return match at the ilej
high gym Tuesday night*
Starting uith a bang,
Indian Hank Shimada dropped
in two buckets before ^ilej
could score a point. The
game was close* from then
on but the locals Voys never
relinquished their lead^
Leading at the.halfway
mark, 15-11, the-Indians
increased this lea0.<'tov^5-
18, at the end of the third1
period. t
The Panthershot
in the final quarter and,
with 6-foot ^-inch center
Joe iledina ,leading the
scoring attack,^rang
ap 16 points vhile hold-
ing the centerites to 10i
'with a minute to go and
the courit- favbr-1 ng tue In-
dians 35-34, John Miizawa
broke loose for a two-point
1 ayr- Ih- tb c inch 'the' gk^e.
John Kiiaawa .and Mas
Uyec'agi paced the dinners
with 8 -a!id 9 points res-
pectively. Joe Medina rang
up 9 for the losers.
AMACHE 8,
TRIUMPH, 15-12
In the opener, the Ama-
che Bra barely -won a 15-1^
victory over the wiley
at the'~ Tu!esd^y#
After oing oat irt1 front
by a l-E-4 score in the
first 'half, tii.e V^oal Bf s
folded completely ; in ^the
final two periods to tally
bat 3 points while giving
wiley 8;-:-^*:'
Both -','iAere off in
their shots and a slov/,
dull game resulted.
' George .oki made B for
the Amache B s and V. Jcn-
rxers made 4 for the .iley
quintet.
__________Feboary 18,194
A League In
One Round
That the A cage league
would eliminate the second
round, in favor of an 18-
game tournament in the Gra-
nada gjm Vvr.s decided at a
meeting of managers at the
7L recreation aall Tuesday
night.
,Ath the second round
dropped, tiae two top teams
of Divisioh I a^d II ill
play off for the, lea^ a e
pennant ^the first v^eek of
/larch. Following tills, the
tournament will be hela by
the 1Z k league teams.
The awarding of. medals
to each member of a champ-
ionship team Ws- also de-
cided.
HK3H VARSIT.Y.
TREIC TO HOLLY
The Indians Vvill travel
to Holly tonight to face
the Eolij varsi\v in the
higtl^s-chool '-gym;/'- -v
The local Cs will also
make the tri-
?0n tu& Grana-(^ hardwood
of'.tin day nigat, the Amache
varsity v.ill play host to
the strong IvicClave five in
the feature game.
IfcClave have h v.ir over
the wiley Pantners to its
credit and Saturdfyfs bat-
tle should provide m.any
thrills. 3oth squads will
be evenly matched, said
GoaclFHolce.
Te curtain raiser, Hill
find the iiniache G*s oppos-
ing the juniorhih school
varsii^ .''
Tickets for the McCl,ve
game are now sold at 6H-5F.
INT HAM URAL
PLAYOFFS SLATED
The nigh schooliutra-
mural cage c h amp ions hip
will be decided Saturday at
tht-Grenada gjta-, -according
to Coach. HOlce. ^>ix teams
will compepe for t h 6
title.
The high-riding Hcy^l
Araians, tied for the lead
of-the AA basketball league,
will hot favorites to
-knock off the Sockets in
the feature game at the
Granada high school gym
this evening.
The 7K Starlettes meet
the Sevastopol Raxnblettes
in the preliminary at 7
P*in.
The Araians, who moved
into contention by knocking
over the then-unteaten Kau
Kau Laners last week, bp.nk
on the sharp-shooting and
tackbonrd .controlling of
lanky Shig Fukuyama to keep
them in f r o nt. He is
flanked in the front line
by Aki Kishi and Tommy Ito,
who *; are *b,oth ,s* e o r i n g
threats.
No"b Kurita and Bob Ko-
jima handle the defensive
end for the Araisns, with
Coacli Sunao Fukuyama a ca-
palrie: reserve..":.
Fred Kishi, the. Rockets,.
point g e tter in chief,
hopes to prime his team
for an upset. The Rookets
h&ve come close on several
ocoasianfe "but have stumbled
on the tlvr^shold each time.
No"b Kuwatani, a smooth
"ball-handler and a hard
men to stop when he gets
hot, will start at the o-
ther forward spot. Bo"b Oh**
ki will get the call at
center, with Kenny Ohki and
George Matsuura at the
guard "berths. '
Close followers,, of bas*-
ketball^ among' -me girls
predict that the Starlette-
Sepol facas will be a close
af fair w' The b&ndana-clad
7K girls may have -a slight
edge in height., lout v?ill
lack the speed'-t>f--tke Ram-
blettes-
ARAIANS. ASK ..FOR
CLARIFICATION -
A hara^^ e d group of
Royal Araians's^his week
asked the PIONEER to ex-
plain that the expression
dipfy .work .used in the
story of their victory over
the Kau Kau Laners was pvire-
ly a figufe*'of- speech- It
was not meant to describe
their style of play*


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