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Granada pioneer, February 20, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, February 20, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
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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 40

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University of Florida
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Joseph H. McClelland Collection

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Aiaactie. Colorado Fe or nary 20, 1943
7E LEADS
IN DRIVE
With .15 olocfcs reported
oat of 29, 7£ leads in the
ConsurMr co-operative mem-
toership.dxi^e mith'Bl mem-
ber s| and 9H has turned in_
the most capitalfisitn 5*7^0
to tbeir Grediiw
fhe CMpaiga "will con-
tinue until! %adiie8day, ac-
cording to F* H* BancOi ia,
associate su^eriat end's at*
The sales are better than
wBte expected,-Runcorn said#
8NDUCIIN
f SN .
O^^ortimitias to volun-
teer 'for US army ill
oe closed at 4 p*m. We4-
mn^y9 stated palter J.
Knodei, admin'istrail v*e
representative on the mil-
itary team#
Sgts.. George T* l^vis
and Fted Odanaka of the
^riuy group e ia loom
10, south ^toinistrat ioa
oaildin^,, tomorrow^ to r^
cei¥C er4isteents
_____r AtCMDAR_
TODAY
V00 *Movie,?H mesp
* 'tell. :
00' 10H mess
hal1 *
7s30 pmMoe,8Kss
hall*
7 s 30 tell games,
itnachc1 jtrniOr Elgh Td.
J[cClave j anio r higii?:
,Amach Gfs V0*lcCla?ef ,-
Graaada high-
Registration
To Continue
Eogt^tratiou for rcsi-
dcn.t§ of Blocks 8Ef 8Fj
8G 9E 9H, 9K, 9L, iOS,
aad.10H *%ill begin Monday
and continac through the
wc^k at the 10H rccrcatioa
Hall between the hours of
8 f.nd 4:i>0 p.m.,
nomeed Ecgistrar Lewis
Fansi?,n*
"TOMORBO^
IrOO p#m#--festettalloor'
nament*f Granato hig h
-gym. : *
?00 p*m*_-Shfi,11F m 0 s
hall#
7 s 00 ?? mass
hall, \
7i30 p^m.^Movies., me§s
.hall.1 ' "\
k)KDAY
\4iOO pmw-*-Basketball too^
namtnt, Granada high
gym.
??00 - Movies, 61 mess
hall*
?s.00 p*ra.^-Shibai, ?F mess
hall.
fI>0 p#m*Washingtoa Da.y
concertf Terry hall.
?;30 p*eiuMwies,81 mess
hfvl1 *
Be si dents ^ ho .failed
to register on schediLle
lasrst week may do so llonday
and Tmesday at the ?H rec~
teation hail, he added#
CONCERT
SCHEDULED
The playing of the na-
tional anthan bj.the Amache
senior high band will opaa
the Wasnington^ Mrthda#
concert, sp01130red by the
recreation department, 7^30
p'm. Monday at Texry hall#
"* To perform on the pro-
grM are Smi Kaifemuxa,
Doreen Hasega%%, Ifcry Ko^
bake, Hana Tani, Lily M%-
tsashige, Paul Hleaki, teo
Kikuchi, Paul Sakma# aad
Henry Wada.


Page 2-
The most discussed- sub-
ject in the centei. today
is voluntary enlistmnt?
Moat of us know little- of
the "background "behind the
Armyfs action or realize
the full significance of
our own action.relative to
quest icm :27of the Army-FmA
questiormair.e*
Every draft-age nisei/,
that I h^ve talked to def-
initely., plans to stay per-
manently in the Unit .ed
States.lost# of them ber
lieve that leas^t -8D p^er
cent of the isseifwiji "be
permanent residents regard-
less or ..the war.,,.
Recently I thave heard
that our response to ques-
tion 27 was to be regarded-
with great interest, kany '
people think we nisei are
disloyal, ffid :they ;^re only
too willing ta pounce -upon ^
any scrap of information
to show us in an unfavoraple b
There are ma?xy in high. f
places, who underptand the
FICM11R
,.T.O THE EDf.TO.R.
the destiny of tho r.isei
for years to comSi v.
The iss &i ltav*e tei ed
give us adviceMost
ill was colored#"1 WhUe^we
respect the issei^ most of
fchek have their. a ctive.
yeafs "behind themv )ie' ni-
sei t ad. ones^ tmt -ec-*'-
tually have ^to the work which' will^'-sup^
>port our. families aft'er
the. war.. :
Reportsfrm Hs-*-
waii and other center's-
show what other -nisei tbank.
who regard Granada as
the.best canter, should n6t
let the nisei or the center
down* ..
I beliete that the of-
ficials should give us
another wee^tpf .an^i
di-scuss tiiese questions
and also to charge our an-
swers if necessary.
If we are at the cross- '
roads, and if wg ere wri't-
i the destiny of the ni
sei,-- we want* -to give8 it
ev er y c cns id er at ion * 1
.-A SRiFT-AGlI) IIISE1
f.e'bruary 20 5 1943
An answer to a question
that has been troubling the
-minds -of- many drsftMged
nisei with wives ar.d chil-
di^en was carried xn the
March issue of the died
Hcie, Journal*
In a monthly feature,
* ;,ftoen in Uniform1% thepi'O-
visions the Army made for
H depenaents of a soldier
were explained*
Ipplicat ions for allow-
s"ance for the dependents
"rtust be made by the soldier.
_.The Army does net automa*
titklly take care of the
dependents on induction as
jIit is often 'believed.,
After the necessary steps
to provide for a dependent
are taken, the Army will
deduct #22 monthly frem
*'the 'soldier1 a pay, add $2B
-to it and give it to Ms
dependent* If he has mere
-than one dependent, the Axmy^
will* take.#27 fromMspsy,
add 28 for Ms wife, ¢12
for his eldest child,
#10 for each additicnal
.chiia;
difficulties we nisei have
gone thrpygla J hav^, read
that many of our,influen-;
tial friends have testified
before the Military Affairs
committee, seating., their.
implicit fa til iyi th United-
states* . , : , .
Our friends wo^tlxe first
point over spirited oppo-
sition. The Army1 n an-
iiouncement stated the pro
gram is the first s1>ep Ht'
restore you to a normal
place the lif^ of th
country.Tt. . .
Will we su pt)rt our
friends? Will we justify
their faitii in us? Our
v__PJONEER_^
Published TuesdBys,
Thu-rsdays, and Saturdays
*b.y the IfRA and distrife-
Hted free to every apart-*
merit Editorial office*
PI0KE1R building, Imache,
,Colo* Telephone:- 63- -
V_____________^
* *
Jungle ;fi)m.
To Be Shown
"Tani t he Jgl:e, a
story abcmt thecupturing
of wild animals, will be
screened tlie ivecreati011
Allotments, net to "be
* confused with allowances,
are set sums of money de-
ducted from the soldier1 s
pay at his request and faid
to his dependents* The
Army does not add anything
to it, and the size of the
allotment ts up to' the in-
dividual soldier*
Any soldier, whether a
-private or a ooirmissioned
-officer, can provide for an
allotment to be paid toAhis
dependents, but only the
lower- pay grade soldiers
may apply for an allowance*
- Captain Fairchild said,
in Response to a question
Actions ..this issue de-^
termine how far our friends
carry our case for us*
Many of us did not un-
derstand tiie d if ferenc
between ^voluntary enlist-
ment and HYes? if> draft*-
Bfin /e tho^ht tkey'botii
were loyal a n swers. I
kavo heard that the general
public, however? who know
little and care less about
department during the next
few, days-
-The plaii to show two
moving pictures a-beak-'t
being hindered by tiae^ fail-
ure of filmsto tin*
schedul.e. ,
SCHEDULE
CORRECTED
*asfked "by Walter Knodel5 the
fact that our dependents
llive in a WBA center will
*have no bearing on Weir
rights to benefits that
-they would receive were
th ey residing s o m where
Is Q
*
The new council not for-
mally inducted, is to- be
commended for their action
uo, regards only voluntary The.inail tiruak to Lamar in holding pulDltc meetings
nlifstment, as the criterion leaves daily at 8!a*in* an^. to clarify any misuyidBr-
of loyalty. This is the 12530 p,m*. except Sunday, staridings thatm^r have ex-
first step in winning for the post office announced isted in the minds of the
0'iraelves s permanent place yesterday. youth of the center con-
in the American ' This is coiitrar/ to an ceriiing the ./BA-Arrr^ g^es-
Vie are at the croasroeda* nrroaeous report mrido in tioxaiaire*.
16 issue.
Khan Komai


February 20,1943
Prirloe, a preaept I1 d
leave for you,
Coined in Eden, existing
yet.
Skirt the parlor and shun
the zoo;
'.Vomen and elephants nev-
er forget,
Dorothy Parker
TJ0HIa
C'n.3 of the most touch-
ing sights seen during the
recant ^r^ny registration
riod was that of an el-
derly woman standing by an
entrance to Tarry hall,
asking ,'c.3SQr£-by to ei.abroi-
Jer a stitch on a "sennin-
bari, apparently for a son
in the US Army, (A nssn
niabar i?Tf wa learned, is a
long pieoe of white raate-
ridl witli roon for a t3iu-
sand stitches to ba embroi-
dereJ by as many different
^ e r a o ns It otoas ibly
gives to the vearGr the
strength of a thousand per-
sons, and serves as a kind
of spiritual bullot-^roof
vest.)
-iUlS?, PLEASE
Rather tha;. ask you to
remove your shoes at the
hosoital entranoe9v.Q gLoosq
to caution all against
clomp-clomp ing loudly in
the h o spital corridors
w])en v is it ing or at any
o^-her 2he clatter
is iurd on both patients
and doctors, so ta^e it
easy, plaasa.
VlClllDS MiD BniSAilAu
How d you li^e the made-
from-bandaaas ^Louses made
und worn by the 7a Star-
lettos? To them, a ^at on
the shoulder. And as long
as were tossing orchids
this v;ay and that, a polite
bow to the Protestan-t oijurclj
Womens society. They
w'iiipx:ec] up th9 whit9 choir
gowns worn for the first
t;Li last Sunday.
wiioa
A has to be able
to ta.co it 9 so before you
beam with girlish pride
ever tho good Sii\ving the
wiiiL.iiii ..iac]Q in their- (uas-
tioimaires, just stop, ana
consider .)*w the average
^iri reacts to seeing an
ordixiur ootato woI
________ FiaiZEB________
GROUP TO
GIVE .PLAYS
Xhe Amache Little Thea-
ter will present two one-
aot plays on Mar* 1, 2,
and 3, at Terry hall,ac-
cord ing to Bobert Eierlarn,
d ireotor.
"Minuet, "by Louis N.
Parker,will feature Cherry
Yoshitorni, George Akahoshi,
a:iu Iiroshi Shibata. The
cast for "Sparkin" a _Gm-
e.by 2. P. Gonkle, will
include Esther Tak-ai, Es-
tollo Hoshiniya, Elma Ama-
aotc, arid Tak Murokami.
farther details will be
announced in the following
issues of the PIOiffiEB.
OFFICIALS
VISIT CENTER
':JVJ officials visiting
the center include Leland
Barrows, Hall Sten.2, and
Solzer of the procure-
ment division in WaGhington,
and Halcolin 0. Pitts and
lou Parker of the Denver
field office.
POLICE MAKE
OFFICE SHIfT
'.7ith tne establishment
of police headquarters at
9?, the three former sub-
stations v/ill be closed,
effective Friday, accord-
iuG to an a nnouncement
from the police department.
COURT OF HONOR
POSTPONED
The Boy Scoutsf Court
of ronor scheduled for Mon-
oay, is postponed until
Thursday at 7erry h311,
headquarters annouaced yes-
to-rday. All troops v/ill
participate.
STORE TO
REMAIN OPEN
T]e grocery store will
remain ox^-n until 9 oclock
tonight to acGOumodate the
reside-it.s who wi.sh to ^ur-
oijase canned goods before
the sales are frozen at
that time, Ken I to, manager ,
announced, '
Contrary to rumor, the
store will continue to sell
other itonis, such as bakery
goods, crackers, and rel-
isijos, as Oiily oaruled goods
will be ra tionc-d, I to oon-
cludod.
Page -
of the Japanese project of
the national Y7CA9 arrived
from Denver to visit the
0011ter today and tomorrow*
She will bo guest at the
Washington Mo r r y-Go-Round
social tonight and at the
Wlr, meeting tomorrow.
-Y-
Mrs. Cochran, advised
of the Tv/enteens, will
s^eak to the H A*s tir*or-
rv;, 2 .m at the Y of-
fice. iviomters of the Y
Girole are invited to at-
tend .
Y
Scrap metal of any kind
and 5 cents^ill bo the ad-
mission for the Washington
Msrry-G*o-^ound social to
be held at Terry hall to-
night at 7 oclock. Games,
singing', and stunts will
be featured in the evening^
entertainrrieiit.
Y
Las ::inas will meet to-
day and all raembers are
urged to attend.
Y
Dorthy Takechi, former
Y secretary,has transferred
to ilanzanar to be her
fatlior who recjntly under-
went an operation.
-Y- .
A name for t18 club and
an adviser will be chosen
by the new group which
v/ill meet Wednesday, 6:30
the home of Ilicicey
Ilayashi,11G-8A. At the
first niGGting, ny Hat tori
v/as elected tem'oorar / chair-
man; Anne Canpbell, vice
chairman; and Xiyome Sane-
to, secretary-treasurer
-Y-
^liQiio Akutagav,a and Fudge
!J i mu r a are co-ohairnen
for the GP -iuiz vjaest sche-
duled for Feb, 27 at the
Til recreation hall, -..
-r- .
The GTif s are dressing
Victory dolls for their
booth in the coning Ar.ts
and Graffs festival.Tri
Delts and Silverines are
ir charge.
-Y-
Juniorettes, a new GR
group, was welcomed into
the triangle at th9 Blue
rriangl-^ meeting Sunday at
^he Y office. Jaine i and
Ij.Miko Oka are tlie advisers
of t]e club.


Page 4 .
FIONEER
.February 20,1943*
passes m mAmoA &
LAMAR iiMSTED JG 25
Only 25 passes"will be
issued daily for Lamar and
25 for Granada, effective
immediately, declared Stan-
ley E* Adams, assistant
chief of internal security.
Passes may be obtained
only during the .following
hours, he reminded: 8:30
to 2:30 a*m. and 1 to 2
p.m. on week days, and 8;30
to 9:30 a#m. on Saturdays*
All persons going into
town are warned against
buying any liquor, for
those who are guilty of
such a misdemeanor shall
be denied the privilege
of going cm of the center
again, Adams concluded*
Patronage Refund credit
To Be Given Customers
Refunds will not "be made
as previously stated, but
residents may turn in their
cash register sales.receipts
for patronage refund credit,
"beginning Tuesday, Kendall
Smith, superintendent of
community enterprises, cor-
rected yesterday.
Ex plaining further,
Smith stated that it is
Impossible to make refunds
low, since the percentage
oasis is to be set up by
the Board of Managers which
is to be elected "by the
members. This board will
recommend the rate, and it
will be voted on by the
members "before it goes into
effect*
BEAUTY SHOP
CLOSES TODAY
The "beauty shop will
close today to return the
facilities of the 7F laun-
dry to .the block residents,
announced Kendall Smith,
community enterprises su-
perintendent.
The shop will be re-
openecl as soon as a suitable
place is established, Smith
added.
Patrons are asked to
bundle the receipts in $5
and q-10 denominations and
bring thera tc the check-
cashing station at the V/est
end of the PI0N3ER build-
ing* The station will "be
open from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
and 1 to 3 p.m. on week
days, and from 10 to 11;30
a.m. on Saturdays.
TAD A, HOSHINO
ATTEND SCHOOL
Tak TadaandMas Hoshino
of the coianunity enter-
prises office are now at-
tending the co-op school
in Kansas City this weekt
The school is sponsored *fcy
tY^ Consumer Co-operatives
of North Kansas City, of
which the local branch is
a member,
Y GROUPS PLAN
JOINT MEETING
The Las -iJinas and Grem-
lins will hold a joint
meeting Friday with ttie
Patricians, Buc ca neers,
and the 44 club as their
£uests. Hob ert George,
rnemlDer of the center junior
high school faculty, will
speak on Boy arid Girl
Helations*,!
1^, UTUUL1V -.fl.:J k^C 1:^.

PICTURES MAY
86 OBTAINED NOW
Funeral pictures taken
at the center, since last
fall, now may be obtained,
at the reports office in.
the PIONEER building, an-
nounces Joseph H. McClel-
land, reports officer.
GRANADANS SPEAK
Oliver Choy and Robert
Yamasaki spoke at the morn-
ing services of Rev* Ray-
mond A* laser's First Ply-^
mouth Ccngresational church
in Denver Sunday* Choir
numbers were rendered on
the same program "by the
African Methodist Episcopal
church in celebration of
Brotherhood week.
DONATIONS MADE
The G-ranSda Seventh-Day-
Adventist church recently
received a 16 millimeter
motion picture projector
and a stereopticon slide
projectoscope to "be used
in f u t ure e vangelistic
programs.
PROGRAM PLANNED
A disciassion on hymnology
will feature the meeting
of the Protestant church
colle&e-a£.e group tomorrow
evening at Terry hall. Hizi
Hinoki will te chairman,
and the choir and soloists
will present special num-
bers*
WASER TO SPtAK
Rev* Bay V/aser of the
Driver Congregational church
ill "be guest speaker at
the morning worship service
of the Granada Frotestant
church tomorrov/* Rev. Ma_
sao Hirata will "be chair-
man*
FUJIU LEAVES
Victor Piijiu, prominent
Event Time place leader in Protestant church.
BUDDHIST activities here, left the
Sunday school 9:00 a*m. 7G-120 halls center this week to con-
SB teachers1 meeting 10:30 a.m* 7012G halls tinue his studies for lhe
SEICHG-N0-IYE ministry at As'bury college
Service 7500 p*m. 12Q hall in Kentucky. ..
FH0TE£TA^T Sunrise prayer meeting 6815 e.m# 7?r-l?G halls MEET SCHEDULED
Sunday school 8:45 q. *in* Terry hell The Protestant church
Japanese service 10:00 a.m* 7H-1CH lmllf high school group will dis-
Snglish service 10:15 a.m Terry hall curs "Great Christian Ainer-
College-age group meeting 7:00 p*n. Terry hall icans,! at their fellowship
High, school group meeting 7i00 p.m* 8H-11E meeting at 9H-11E tomorrow
- .evening.


February 20,'lH3-^__' :.:..ie'
IDLE FARM MACHINERY
Evaoueas owning farm
maohiuery are asked to oo-
operato' in the food pro-
duction program by con-
senting- to tije sale of t/.eir
equipment to fari^ operators
desiring to ^uroh^ss them,
state-s' i.:I. Rowalt, acting
V/HA director inV/ashington,
'i)C. ':"
* 'WiO si] or tag of farii
machiitery is so critical
that t*jQro is a growing
pucic demand that the gov-
ernment requisition all
idle uipnt, including
traotors, trucksand auto-
mobiles ,Row.-ilt explains.
An inventory is boin^
ta^en at g a ch project.
Property Officer Ralpi} J.
Mitcholl is handling tho
sur/ey folr this centar,*
V/R forms, recording tho
information to bo filed
Railroad Calls
For 50 Men .
A group of 50 men are
wanted by the Santa Fe .rail-
road to wor.i oa a lino from
Las Animas to the Q^laiiOma
border, statod Mario Veoohio
of tho employment office.
Information is.also a-
vailablo 0011Gaming indef-
inite leaves for people
witn dry Gleaning expor-
ionGQ who desire jobs in
Donvor,
with tho .^vacuee i?rierty
office in San Pr.&uciseo,
are available at t.e prop-
er tj- buildiag* Ivlitch e 11
requests that all evacuees
w}] have farm and automo-
tive eouipmant res )nd to
the call "before Liar
The marKet for used ma-
ohinery is favorable at
present,and biglaest prices
in years are being offered,
._VSlTORS^_
SOLDIERS:
. ilenry tvaa-^iwase,
Port Leonard Wood, Mo.
?vt. LI i ts a r u Llitsuhiro 9
Ca.ap Robinson, i>rk; Q'pl
Yoshiaki a Tobcjra 9 Camp
i3ariceloy7 r2ex,; dgt. Fred
^luramoto, Oa.np Crowder Mf.;
Pfo. Kaz.uo H. Chama, Pvt,
iov^ar J Uno Sgt. To, Pvt. Kazuo Kav;asatci, Camp
Savage9 Minn.; Pvt. Katsuo
ulatsumotoCpl. Walter Sa-
t-;amoto9 G-)1.^dciie ilaito,
/ort Riley, Kaus.
GIVILIaUS;
-x^oy xeranishi, Lovelaad,
Colo. ; Hugh Kuriy^ma, Olrxey
Springs, Oolo.; San Islii-
hara, Salt Lake City,Utah -
futaka ITai ! George Fujimoto, H.
Uyeda, Las Arximaa, Oolo,;
Frank 3, Iligasbi9 Denver ,
Jolo.; Imogene Lee, Lamar,
0010.
tNlllIMINf
SI1EI1H) MU
im;>or trance of tho
nisei docision in the Army
induction program was tjm-
phasisud in tiiroe meetings,
sponsored by the community
council,a t 'Terry hall yes-
terday and today*
/oluatar/ enlistment is
to ^ha.Amorioaapablic a sym-
bol of loyalty, it was
stressed by the speakers.
Tiie slgnifiGance of ques-
tions 37 and 28 of the
Army^VRri vtuQ s tl onna ire wr a
explained by Gapt* William
S. Fairohila and -irTojeot
Director James G-. Lindley
ros^eotively.
Paul Terry, superint.en-
dent of education, out-
linet] the average Ameri-
can's viev; of the Armyfs
pro gramj and ^eorgo Salto
an.0 Sho^i OuiiCi, two vol-
unteers ,QxplairiGd that
IMCPQtKUAWClI
MEifINCi
they felt voluntary enlist-
ment was the only course
X>n to them.
Gbairuian of the meeting
was Masao Satov;, ^resiaent
of the council.
FEEDINCFLCX'R
BEING CONSTRUCTED
Gr ev;s under foremen
George i\Tiyal mura are Gonstruoting a new
feeding floor for the center
hog ranch.
BAUMAN INSECTS
POST EXCHANGE
Lt. Earl W. Bauman from
the finance office of the
headquarters of the 7 th
Service Command in Omaha,
LIe*brasKa, is here for a few
days inspecting the 335th
poat exGhangG Ln formed
Capt. John P. Karpea,
Page 5
POT 0? OOLD ..
G-ranaaaT a fifth annual
hoop tournament, wiiic?i is
sciiOauled to .open ta,irro\v
afternoon, will have in
thr: sivG-av/ay pot a grand
sum of Shis will bo
divided among the three
top teams. The first priso
winner v;ill receive ^25,
tho sooond $15, and tho.
third $10. ophias for
tl:e victors will also "bo
given.
HCNOB
ighteen points scored,
by Aero George -lamamoto
Sunday, whi]i helped an
toppling the thenundefoat
ed Delta squires3 is the
hi.^hest individual score-
registered on. a dirt court
He is nov/ Leading the A
league scorers with a total
sum of 43 in four games.
AA SCriIi r.CIS
This wo q,c found Tosh
Shimizu of the Ramblers
still leading the AA poiut-
maicers with an average of
17 points in four games,
lie is followed by Sh ig
Fmoiyaua of the Araians
who has an average of 14,
ari.d Fred Kishi of the Rock-
ets, v/ho has rung up 13 to
his credit
GOOD SPOP^S ..
Coach of tbe powerful
Kau Kau Laaers oage team
is Roger. Yuwata, an all-
around c thlete.
For three "ears, lie v;as
the bi^ gun on the varsity
football a nd basketball
teams at University high
in Oakland. His stand out
perfor.-iance as guard on
the hi school 0 1eve'n
earned him a scholjr.sl'iif)
to Loyola university i n
i'Je\v Orleans. Here ho made
numerals In basketball and
football.
After a year at Loyola,
ho attended Salinas JG,
and there made his monogram
in his two favorite sports.
Following iiis collage
days, he played on the
Oakland i&thod.ist hoo:team
and later, scintillated for
the Los Angelos Pan timers.
An old football injury
is keeping uim on crutches
at present, but we hope
that it v;nf t be too 'long
until he is okay again.


SUNDAY-MONDAY
AA TEAMS VIE
IN TOURNEY
Four AA leug^ae teaiTiS ?
the Slcookcums, the Kau Kau
Laners9 t^e Itamblers, and
t a Ko al Araians ',iil
rejr esont trie canter in
the two-day cage tcurn3mi.-nt
to- oe sponsored by
uronada Pirates in the Gra~
n^dci g-yin oeginning tcniorrov.
other t earris cr;;peti.ig
i: t-he tournauent are blun-
ter ,^a.izauola, Holly, and
Lach will fiQlo a
tea., oi veter^.3,
riie two-da/ set-to v/ill
feature 15 gai3s, and oas^
a'-arus and trophies will
be giv;n to the winners at
the end of the toumet
The gaae sciiedules are
as fellows:
Sunday --Four ga:es be-
ginning at
Sunday--
ginning at
* iOllday -
ginning at
Monday-
iH
iree games
be-
4.
-Three gaaes be-
4 o.m.
-Three games be-
ginning at-6 p.^n, ( finals).
duission prices are 10
for children, 20 cents
for students and 30 cents
for adults f or regular
gis
For t h e finals the
or ices wi1 he 15 cepts for
oiiildren; 25 cents for
stUuento;.and 40 cents for
adults. ,
T h o proceeds of the
tourr^ai*e:t will go to the
Granada Pirates.
Players Stay
Si mon-Pu re
Amaclplayers who ^ar-
tici^te in the Grunuda
r'irutes' basKatpall tour na-
if, ant will not Iosq their
amateur status a 1th ou^h
AKAIANS SWAMP ROCKETS,
STAY IN PENNANT HACE
Tho confident -Royal Araians re.naitie'3 in the ruming
for tbo AA league pennant race "by overwlielming the
Livingston Eoc:ets, 65-38, in tii9 feature contest at
the Granada gym Thursday night.
Coach Sunao Fukuyama!s charges found little trouble

The A league Gag 3
games sot for tomorrow
or* various aonter courts
liavu been postponaJ until
tlio following -SunOay.
This was done to avoid
con^llot wifch^the'Granada
Pirato, tournament to
be held tomorrow, accord-
ing to the recreation
d euartment.
in penetrating the defense
of the Rpokets and rollod
up a 34-19 lead in the
first half.
Desr>ite the steady play-
ing of Nob Kuwatani and
Fred Kishi, \vho scored 16
and 10 joints respectively,
the Bot chance/hcn the final gun
sounded, the Araians v/ere
sitting pretty with a 2i^
point lead,
For the winners, Shig
Fukuyama and A x i Xishi
shared'scoring honors with
16 each*
A^IiUIS 65 38 HOOKETB
Indians Face
McClave High
.The Amache Indians v:ill
play host to the strong
MoGlave high school quintet
ivk tha Granada high gym
tonight. ' '
The first tibt at 7:30
_pm. will feature' a game
betv/oen the junior high
varsity and the High school
*0 tea!:"
\ Ito 10 F
a. Kislii 16 F
Fukuyana 16 C
B. Kojima o G
15 Kuvatani
10 P. Kishi
B B. ChKi
5 K* Ohki
Kxxrita 4 G Matsuura
Subs; Araians--B. Koji-
rna 8, Karatsu 2, Inouye-,
Su Fukuyama, Hookets[{imura 2, Nabe-
ta, S. Kishi.
SEPOL GIRLS
WIN, 45~35
Tickets for the ganves
will to sold at the south
administration bu ild i ng
uutil game t ime. + *
Thu Indian varsity won
paced hy the one-handea
sharpshooting of Nor ^a
Ilamanoto, v;]i tallied 19
points? the 39001 Rambler-
eftes defeated the 7K Star-
:close d.ecisi.on ovcr the
It-oll'y Wildcats, 47-42,; at
tne 1.01ly gym Thursday.
Jolmnv a.cco:untod
for 16 of the Indians *
joints, while L. Bc-or made
18 for tho losers.'
Tho C team also oarr*G
through with a 25:8 victory,
A A t£ A.GUE,
IN ONE ROUND
That the Axi. league would
uro^o its round-robin sohd-
ulv anc play a strai^iit
season -aa' dooided at a
Il ttQs, 45*35, in the pre-
iiiiiinary game played at the
Granada gyn Tiiursday night*
Ti)e Sapol girls led at
half time, 24-22.
Annie Yokohama followed
Miss-Hanarnoto by scoring
15 oiats, while Estolla
HosJiiaiya collected 19 for
the losers,
FEMMES PLAY
ON 6F COURT
The-Sepol Hamblerettes
and the Les toiles v/ill
meet. this afternoon on the
meeting of managors -W^dnos- J 6F court at 2:30 o! clock
duy at- 'thu '7E rucrejation in-the feature game of a
ofx'icv. cage doubleheader*
rrizQ money is to go to tlio
wiping te^iaa. *
As AiTiaoj^e ttiams are
sponsored by tha reoreution
dapur t.wnt ? the members
have agreed that the reo-
r eat ion department siiould
ta^o over any and all cash
awards won by th^-. local
t eaiiS
STAMDINGS
./
AA LL^UI
W L- Pot.
Zau Kau Lan^rs 3 1 .66?
I?oyal Araians .3. r .667
Skookums 3 l .667
Harablurs 2 O .500
I?ckuts 1 3 .250
Lind.y Hoops ' 0: 4 000
The first contest at
1:30 will bring to-
gether i^he Modesto Nuggets
and the LindyHooc juniors,
who will decide the second
plago standing in the 3
league.
i?he Delta Esquire juni-
or s have already copped
the crown.


KEY TO TRAISLATION
1 Yolunteers--Hawaii
2, Editorial
3 Pioneer*s graveyard
4* Nation canned goods
5. Co-op
6* Poultry
? Art exhibits
8* Traffic
9* fheft case
10 Wakaba
11. YMCA
12. JIa Jitsu
13. Buddhist Services
14* Christian Services
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