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Granada pioneer, February 27, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, February 27, 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 43

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University of Florida
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No.,43
itaache. Colorado
February 27,1945
RED
co-op mmmmip drive
QUOTA SET' EXCF1DS SI5.000 -GOAL
* The goal get (- for.the
Red Cross War Chest fund
for tMs project is $500,
Jolm 0 Moore,,public wel-
fare counselor, aimounoed
.yesterday* Arrangements
for residents who-wish-to
contribute willbe announced
In ttie M0NE1B Tuesday.
The oenters quota is
part of the Prowers county
total of $4800. Bmrsday
is the day set for aolici-
Moore hopes that th
residents will co-operate
and make a good showing.
Tills drive replaces the
annual Red Gross dollar
memlDerahip c ampaign, he
? added. Bie national goal
is #125,000,000.
Soliciting from the WRA
appointed personnel will
begin Itaesday*
w sits
m CiNITCECR
The aimouixcement of the
sale of #4500 worth of Vic-
tory "bonds and stamps cli_
maxed the ache Victory
fecmeexvfc at Terry hall last
hight*
The amount raised In the
drive equalled the quota
of 10-par cent of Amache#s
monthly pay roll.
Dr* Shxmzo Mitani, Fred
stshimoto, and 3hig Naka-
mipa made the largest sin-
' Moore Speaks
To Boy Scouts
John 0* Ivbore, public
counselor, deliv
ered the main address at
the Boy Scout Court of Hon-
or Thursday night at Terry
h^U.
Scouts of five troops
and two packe received
^erds* Troop cul3 char-
were also presented,
Tom Sesaki received tlie
pin.
.A sum of #24.^380, far beyond the goal..of $15,000,
was raised in the charter membership drivQ of,the Con-
sumer Enterprises, -ino. 9 which ended this weak*
The amount raised in the Granada center was more
thaix three times that of any t other oenieT* Sixteen
.........:________________ blooAcs topped Kr goals
of 100 members and ¢1000#
Top records were turned
in by Blocks 12% and 6G9
led ty 3100k Ma_grs Ku-
baohi kuta arid E Hatanaka,
respeotivaly# Both brought
in mor@ than !00 members
and more than f200.0 in.oap-
.ital. Super of $20
,in sorip .will be .awarded *
. Other winning Hooks i
12G,9H, 101, $10 in scrip;
6H,1011, ?Ht -?Ef 9L# 8Kf
¢5 in scrip* ,
Said .E* H# Buncora, as-
sociate enterprises superin-
tendent'; '
,fMuah credit is due to
the excellent teamwork of
all block maaagers and
their membar^iip committ.Qs
who were ably assisted by
the organi^iag committee*
coatliiued on page 3
REGISTRATION
NEAKS END
The ItisJb group of al-
iens and women in all the
11 and 12 blocks will be
.registered at the 12G reo-
roation hall through next
week: from 8 a.m, to. 430
p_m Lewis W. Fans Ian,
registrar, announoed yes-
terday.
Two olerks will remain
in the lH recreation hall
on Monday and Tuesday to
register those ^ho failed
to appear this week:^ ^
iDUAl IOI
Hi .
gle purchases of ¢100 War
bonds and were aw arded
homemade cakes*
Kay Komal and ^etsu Mo-
ri also wcm cakes because
of their l,arges.purchases.
A bid of fl4 in Victory
stamps by Henry Suzul^ida
of the recreation depart-
ment topped the auction of
Conductor fad Ha s call. s
baton#
ThB boginning bandf jua-
ior hi^i girlsV trio, sea-
ior hi&i girls1 sextette #
a.nd senior high "band per-
formed. Herbert &Walther,
pr inoipal of the junior
high sohool, ,ooaductod ni
Star Spangled Banner *r,
ARMY REGISTRATION
TEAM LEAVES .
f,We really enjoyod. our
stay in^ this canter
This was the first and
only public-statement made
by Gapt. William S. Pair-
.child, head of the military
registration team which
lett-AjKadaB
FOUR ''ATTEND
CONFERENCE '
£rojeot Director James
G.Lindley and Honry Halli-
day chief administrative
officer., left yes tarday
for Denver to attend a WBA
oOnf^roaoe# ' .
T* Head Hanson, prin-
cipal fiscal aooountaEt,
and Norman Gro-ss, oost ac-
oountaut, will leaire to-
morrow to attend the meet-
ing# -
A new cost aooounting
system is expeotad to be
worked out
DANCE- PLANNED
FOR VOLUNTEERS
A send-off 3anoe for the
Army voluateers is now
being planned "by members
of the various can tar
departments*. It will be
supported bj the center
people. Henry Suzukida is
in charge*


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PIONEER.
February ^7,1^43
_____GRANADA PIONEER__________________________
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Published xaesdaysf ^harsda^s, and .Saturdays, ^by
the wEA and distributed free to' each apartment. Ed-
itorial offifce't PIOi\E_aivbaildif.g, AaaoheF> Colorado.
Telephone: 63. Joseph Ide, acting ed.
=:CAUND
TOD4Y
1:00'p.rrBenefit n;ovies,
6G recreation hrll,
7:00 p.m,.lovies, 7K mes
hall.
7:30 p.x.:Iovies. 6H r..ess
hf.l1.
TOMOBROo
1;00 .tu.--ienefit movies,
6G recreation nail.
?: OC p.rr,,-"levies, 7G mess
;hall.
7:00 p.ir*.3hibffci, 8G mess
hall.
7t30 'p.m#--Movies, 8F mess'
hall.
LIG mDaY
7:00 p.m.Movies, 7E mess
V: 00' p.m---Basketball gair.es;
Skookums vs. Lincly Hoo^s,
Kaa Kaa Laners vs. Sock-
ets-
730 p.m.Movies, 6F ess
hail.
CHIYQKO SAKAMOTO
NOW AT TRINIDAD
Chiyoko Sa'carriOto of the
lepal aide staff h^sgone
to Trinidad on business for
a few dajs.
MiTSUfCO NAKAMURA
TROTH NNOUNCEt)
Kr s. G 0 ngo r q Nakam or
biU-7B, announced the en-
gaement of her daughter,
Titsako, to David Nakagawa
.TondLay fevening before in-
timate frieads of the fam-
ilies,
Makagawa, eldest son of
Mrs ^ntsu Nakagawa, 65r?D,
was ::ere on an inter-term
vacation from a theologi-
cal serriinary in Chicago.
PUBLICATION
SCHEDULE CUT
Bebause^of mechanical *
difficulties anda .rapid- '
ly diminishing staff, th§
' PIONEER will be published*
twice weekly, on Tuesdays
and Fridays, beginning I
next.^eek.^ |
Sweet ^er Due
Here Today
* Frank L-Svveetser of the
cinmunity ma'nfctgerent divi-
sion in the ^RA -ofl'ice in
.v/ashington will arrive at
the center -today to stady
the registration situation.
This will.,bq his first vis-
it to any Qenter..,
- .Soloa Kimball, -^Iso of
the same diyision, has been
on an inspection tour ye
tercia/ and today to study
self government affairsf
KARPEN FETED
ON RIRTHDAY
, The presentation of a
frosted sponge cake baked
t)y Pvt. G. E. Bhodes cli-
maxed a surprise birthday
party for Capt* John P.
Karpen, commanding officer
of the 33£th Escort Guard
company, Wednesday.
HOSPITAL IN CALL
FOR FIVE GIRLS
Five girls are needed
for kitchen and cafeteria
work at the Corwin hospital
in Pueblo, said .vlario Vec-
chio of tlie emplorient of-
fice.
HOSPITAL THANKS.. CHUKCH
The following letter of
thanks was written to the
Qranada Christian church
by the hospital a^niniatra-
tion for a radio donated
to the patients:
!Hve cannot thank you too
much for the consideration
and tnoi^iitfalness that
prompted your group to pur-
chase for the patients here
the oeaatii'al 11-tabe radio
v^ith rive earphone attach-
ments. .
"Needless to sa/, this
will meaa a great deal, es-
pecial ly to those of our
patieat.s, who are facing
lor^ confinement ;
""we caanot do too much
for *them and canft help
bat rejoice with them now
in theii ne*w-found pleasure*
we therefore join with
our patients. in ser.ding
sinceiest- and, heartfelt
thankis to the peo^l e of
't h e' --Granada*-' Christ ian
cMircd' for the,ir welcome
and thoughtful contiiba-
tion
'HOSPITAL ^AHimSTBATION
M1PJM _!!
Louis G** who1 is
in charge of the landscape
ing, has some bad newa for
center residentsin all
likelihood, no trees, no
shrub no grass this year.
_ Director b indley had
given hia approval for the
purchase of trees and sarubs
m.oanting to 3?5. word,
however, came from Washing-
ton that all expenditures
for jlaiits to Oeautlfy tHe
ceater will need tneir ap-
proval .
The purchase of the
plants can be justified by
soil conditiori here and the
need of plants to keep down,
the sand. Approval in all
probability will be forth-
cording, tu.t it may not be
in time fo the planting
season. The plants mast be
put in now while they are
dormant for it will be too
late after growth has
started.
Since all WRA purchases
over -^b00 riiUst be suemitted
for bias, delay will be
inevitable even if the pur-
chase i.s approved imme-
diately.
Irri^ational facilities
must be provided because
rainfall cannot be depended
apGr^ for a source of 'water#
or irri^atiorifil purpos es
a pipeline and pump are
needed3 bat to date putt
chase has not been possible
because of priorities* Un-
less these materials are
olDtained immediately, they
caanot be installed in time
for use even if trie plants
are obtained. And under
the circjxustances it will
be foolish to pat in the
plaats and let then -die.
Because the present fa-1
ci|itj.ts for doaiestic water
is not adequate to supply
additional water for irri-
gational purposes,-planting
by the block is being dis-
couraged. For, what may .be
a little extra water to a
block \Ntien multiplied by
an the blocks will put a
severe crimp on the dorr.es-
tic water supply.
Altuoagh the blocks are
advised against it, there
is nothing to prevent any
block from planting if they
wi.ah to gamble on the rain-
fal1. However, they must
not tap .the domestic water
supply.i Khan Komai


'Feixmaccn?, 1943
PIONEER
Page &
Co-ops To Close Monday
NEW MCM
SCHEDULE SET
The double feature,
"State Fair and "Taming
the Jungle,f will have its
last showings on Monday
eVenilig.^ according to Har-
vey Turk, associate cocanu-
nd-tjr servicesfficer* M
idexits- w i shtng to
aee these pictures are re-
quested to see. them wherever
they can.
This moire will enabie
thfe installation of .the
plan to change pictures
every four days
On Tuesday night, ^Pay-
time WifeH and short sub-
jects will "be shown* '.
.
contlEued from page 1-
wEvery "block manager did
a persistent and difficult
lob of canvassing his t)lock.
'The drive waaso successful
in every respect' that the
Timber and amount of prizes
b.ave Tseen increased to pro-
perly express the apprecia*
% i o n £.0i t hC f fia
work of ail participants*
The 29 "block managers
CC-OP DELEGATES
HOLD MEETING
A meeting of delegates
from each tlock to adopt
the proposed by-laws of
the Consumer Enterprises
will be held at the ^own
hall Tuesday at li30 p.m*
SeDarate me etings of
the- co-oj members ^vill "be
held in all the blocks in
the meantime.
HCRE EQUIPMENT
RECEIVED HERE
Tractors,- mattresses
and typewriters are being
received liy the project.
H, S, Takei, 6E; T. Ta-
naka, 7 B; Naicashima, SE;
Frank J. Fuji!, 9E; Albert
JiKajioka, I0E A. Salsho,
HE; J* M. Nakano,, 12E.
James fiikido, fcF S Tsii-
mori, 7F; K. Kuwetani, 8F{
H, Sugawara, llF;'.YoicMro
Uyeda, 12F; T# Hatanaka,
6G; H. S. J\igln0, 76; K
Tsuchiya, 8G; Kazuo Okura,
The community co-opera^
tive stores will W
Monday morning for inven-
tory.
'No checks will% cashed
by the co-op cashier all
day Monday, tie added#
A limited shipment of
men s clothing,* including
suits, sities shirts,
and accessories, are on
sale at the ciotliiiig store.
Kendall Smith, Consumer
Ent erprises1 super int endent,
today asked all Mock man-
agers to aexxdan experienced
"businessman from his block
to his office B a.m* tonday
to assist in the talcing of
inventory.
11G; J* Taaura 12Qr*
Joe T. Kayokata^ ,6H N*
Yamane,: TO; Ben Kawashima,
9H; Saburo Cujow, 10H; G.
Mtani, 11H; K.Nozawas 3,2H;
fi Okubo, 7K;^ J# T. Yuzawa,
8K; K.. Aral,9K; Y. Yoshi-
zawe,'11K; Kuhachi Ikuta,
12K; J. Shims, 9L*
Administrators U* Bay
John3011,Dell Love, and
Herbert,lal ther also aided.
are as followss:
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Entries for the Comu-
nity Arts 0.116 Crafts, ex-
hibit scheduled for Mar- 5,
6,and 7 are limited, to one
per person hi any one medium
and must "be submitted to
the adult education office
or 8H-12B tomorrow between
1 and 4 p.m. or Monday "be-
tween 7 and 9 p,m.
Art in Action demonstra-
tions will "be given during
the exhibit 5 according to
Julia Tanji of the program
ccinirit-tee.
Tom Okaxnotoj senior high
srt instructor, will il-
lustrate the art of cari-
caturing, and one of Shi^ue
V/atanabef s students will
demonstrate rug-weaving on
a loom#,
Itsxisiii Kikuchi and Mark
Luca are co-chairriien for
the exhibit.
KANKI SELLS SF
SUNDAY CHRONIQF
Mitsuru Kanki, the cen-
ter1 ts r.ewsboy, today ar.-
r.ounced that he is selling
"he San- Francisco Sunday
Chronic-1 It arrives .at
about 4 p.m. every Thurs*
day,Kanki said- The price
is 15 cents,
TI BY MANAGERS
Joe Kayokata, chairman,
Rokuro Okubo, vice chair-
man and Tpmo Nishizaki,
secretary, were elected as
permanent officers of the.
Block tonagersT assembly
at a recent meeting*
The "body will hold reg-
ular meetings every Wed-
nesday at 9 a.m. at Town
hall.
Schccl Leaves
Issued fc /4
A total of 74 education-
al leaves have "been issued
to date, it was announced
'ey the College council to-
ia.
Leaves have been granted
to *'42 college men and to
32 co-eds. Amache students
are attending colleges
throughout the United States*.
One of the latest leave
clearances was made for
Woodrow Odanaka, who re-'
ceived a scholarship to
C^Ieton college, Minn.
PRlNaPAL
Dr. Enoch Dumas, elemen-
tary school principcilj re-
turned v^ednesday from Texas
where he delivered two
speeches.
On Monday evening^ he
spoke on Evacuation and
Relocation "of J a fane s e-
Americans1 o meiribers of
the feiculy and their wives
at the home of Dr. R. E-
G-arlin, head of the educa-
tion department of Texas
Technological college at
Lubbock/'Tex.
On Tuesday, lie talked
on relocation and relooa-
tion schools before the
combined education classes
at the college. Both the
'faculty and students showed
a .very receptive attitude
towards the1 speeches.
Paul J, Terry, superin-
tendent of education,to-
gether with Lee Casey of
the Rocky Mountain News
and an evacuee from-Mimao-
ka, took part in a panel
discuasion on irelocfeL'feion
"before the Denver Council
of Women* s organizations
Tuesday aftern-xi*
-The audience, composed
of' the presidents and sec-
retaries of all 'aomen, s
cIuIds in Denver, heard Terry
present the economic, so-
cial, and educational prob-
ably of the center.
I J !1 S
George Leaf, F. D. Poin-
dexter, H* M, Schanstrom,
Pueblo; Duke Parsons?Hu^o-
ton, Kan.; L* A Oreaghe,
Jack Beall,Lamar,..
Lee Diller L. A //right,
Bristol; Joy B. Stuart, S.
T. Kim'ball, -..ashinrtor,, DC;
0 W. Jeffers, Granada; T)r.
Downs, Dr. Holmes, Denver.
SHOf.S win 8f.
TAKIN IN MAR.
Bob Sakiyama' manager
of the Consumers( Co-oper-
ative shoe store, today
annouxiced that his depart-
ment will take in shoes
for repair from Mar.16
--------Feoruary 27,194K
Entre el Si y ol Mo de
Xe inujer,
Wo me atrevsria yo a po-
uer unttipunta ie alfi-
ler, *
CERVAI'JTES, Bca Quixote
SOLDIERfS CREED
A good creed for our en-
listees to follow xniKht *be
this entry nade in his diary
by an American soldier of
World v/ar I (this, from
Joseph. C. ^ Grew f s Report
Pr.om Tokyo) s ,!I will work,
I will save, I will sacri-
fice, I will endure; I will
fight cheerfully and do my
utmost as if the whole
stx aggie depended on me
alone.ft ..
On second thought,. Itf s
a good resolve for home-
freirtfighters as well.
SPEAKING OF S0LDI2ES--
You who have raved and
ranted,for the establish-
ment, here of USO center
have a chance to contribute
toward that end "by attend-
ing the Tv/GATs "b' en e f i t
movies today and tomorrow.
Funds collected will be
used to furnish and decorate
the 6G rec hall for future
USO hindigs and such.
Give them a hand, x,lease?
RWA CONTINUED
How about Rough and
ready Amazons Or could
it "be With Axnmuni-
tionTT?
WE DNT BELIEVE-IT
Look at the caption
to Phyllis Bottomes novel,
^Survival,M in the luerch
edition of the ^ladies1
Home Journal,n It reads
ftThe Story of a Man Who
Understood v70meru
Am A CHILD SHALL LEAD-...
ftFee-fi-fo-fuBi,I srr.ell
the blood of. an Englishman,
quoted ¥rs, Lill Sasaki to
her four-year-old offsprir^,
Mimi. Retorted' "Miihi ins-
tantly !tDonf t say that;
:uxnrythat Cliauvirisic!
NEVER SAY DIE_
It couldnf-t "be "Rich
WomenTs Association11.,.?
* V/E TRANSLilTE:'
Between a woman's yes and
no,
There is no.room for a pin
to go.
(unquote)


February 27,1943_____________
POL ICE' GET '
MEMBERSHIPS.
Ta k Ko ga, essistant
chief of police, and Yoiclii
Nakamura, special detail
officer, were offered mem-
berships in the ScutileaBtern
Colorado Sheriffsf and
Peace OfficersT Association
at a banquet this week at'
the Lamar American Legion
hall.
Police Chief Harlow M.
Tomlinson and Stanley E*
JCdams1/ internal,security
officer, who werfe in'charge
of arrangements,' ^aid it
s the first suc]i honor
to be preaented in' this
part of .'the country.,'
K^y Sugahar.a of the em;
plopient office, a recent
Army volunteer,' spoke on
enli3tment program and
the' nisei response.
"3v;acuee entertai ners'
were Brush Aral'and' his
gloria Serenaaers, Meioa
Matsuura? Dianne Endo, buiui
KBv^-.mura, Yukirio OKU'bo, and
CSnsie uattori'."
ODA\.rJA!\,A LEAVES.
FCR^ COIVE6E
Woadrd'v *Odanilka of-
tne nii_e graauax,e.3 ox ^ma-
ohe hi^h'Gciccl.'to r^oeiv^
raemljersliip in trie 2'Iatior.al
Sc nor soc-Iet-y, receive.d; &;
scxilar8iiIp to C-=rle ton
^ollego in. KorthfI'inn,
He j eft tlie center Thurs-
' .
SABBATH' SCHOOL '
OPrcN 'FOR CHUDREN
The SeventliDay A^vor.t-
ist cViurcrr-cofid'i^ts r,
' oath school'for' children
er\)J^3 ever/ 3o,turday
from 9 to -1C: 30 tue
lfl- rebr^tion^h^ll, accord-
ir.fe to George Kiya^bu.
PIONEER
Page
YWCA'TO...
SHOW ^ MOVIES-
To raise funds for an
extensive USO program for
visiting servicemen, the
YV/C1 will sponsor a "benefit
moving picture today and
tomorrow,' 1 to 5:30 p.m.
at he 6H recreation hall.
Six complete showings
of the picture, In His
Steps,ff starring-Eric Lin-
den'and Cecelia rhrker? will
te given each afternoon.
Tickets, which may "be
purchased at he door, are
10 cents. Een in uniform
will "be admitted free.
The Y./CA hopes to/build
up a fund from the proceeds
of the picture to transform
the 6G redreation boll into'
a UbO center.
-
ewr-iters
rive Here .
Iype^riter3? necured
through*-t.1 rational.WnA
ofiice -tn ate
arrivirie at tho_ center?
said -fr0;cnara!Tient -Qn^eT/i.1-
ton Ol Lend-
''The Gypewrrju^6 atfe "be-
ing sei'/'.'.oni soon
replace the rented'typt-
wxiterV rxrv^ ^eing-used- in
*r-7itA: o'f f1 ic es-' here.
' Meed'-also''revealed that
the prbeLiteoert*- of f ice is
riefcoia+ ixfg f or Ifne.pui1 cha:s e
o,f rnaciAnery for the farm
111.aject . . ,
A KTeea knittingat
the Grinada gyrr* follOTirs
tne'7K and 9u-Birisf cage
tilt. *
_ Tne owner may cliim it
" 7-E -ree^eat iar. of-
tLe.
f ice.
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Ev-ixf ' :Time ' Place
SEIGHO-NO-IYS '
Ser7ie ' :7:00 p.m 12G hall
TANT ..
bynripe prayer raeetinfe ' 6;1E a.m* 7G-12G halls
oiindpy senooli 8:45 aan. Terry hall
Japanese service 10:00' a.m.- 7H-10H halls
Er>sIisK service - 10;15 a.m. .Terry hall
Colegeage group meeting 7100 pvm. Terry tall
Hi%h school!'oup'meeting * 7:00 p.m. 8E-1-1E
5U3DHrs5 .
Gux;day scnool 9 tOQ a.m* 7G-12G tails
SS.teachers meeting 10:30 a-rri. 7G-12C, halls
Your-fe pe*plefs meeting £;00 p.m. 7G-12G halls
Sengs, skitsj andf^i quia
contest will feature the
GK Quiz Quest tonight at
the 7H recreation .hall,
Three members each from the
Patricians, Wee Teeners,
Junicrettes, Las Ninas,
Silverines, and Tri Delts
will vie for top' honors in
the: quiz ccntest-':
Prizes will also be a-
warded to the £roup, with
the greatestpercentage of
its members 'present, so,
feirls; see tha-t'ail yours
are pres;entv Also- to the
"best skit w'il-l"-go enotliei*
award.... -
So reiuember? GRf s; event
-^ui^^uest; wiientonight^
7 r | where 7H r e g r e at i o n
halh. -
Y'.
Den11 you wm;t to hel|.
USO i i e.a iii tlii^s c cn.**
ter? Eerefs your chance.
Tort,y and tomorrow, the
filr..; T: His Steps, will
"be shown 'at the 611 recrea'*-
iijn An11. The afcission
I s cuil-Y 10 cu s. finA all
profits will go towerd re-
the 6G recreaticin
hnll iiito a USO center.'
-Y_
TIi.e Quontlcut OR's of
Hurtx'ordomi,are send-
ifxt tne raa^aine,
CelliL^ A1 CrirXs. :.iris,
e' welcome to reed Lt
-at' the;Y ofiice,- .
-Y ' '
Inouiriee on our organ-
ization have "been coming
frem ctmr centersf Y"f s.
-lies. m::j U3ey Ei^o Seto,
rind ivi^ry Lucy Markin'ira of
Heart- ^.juntain; MIc i Ka
Sdi Je^on.t; an A ^ras / John
i Axi^'s Jraci^ Swri^an5 nud
, ^ Euchiko -Kusuc-o. Ka^er; are
tailiuterestedinouracti-
! vities. ; . ,
* -Y-
4 TosiviKD Midori
! Lori, pjit Funi Lotariurfi
I
I ^ere/ciiOsen to represent
I tne Teeners in xve;Girl
Reserve ^;aiz: Quest .today.
.Initiate a into, ibe^clut
recentl y'were Yarl Y^n^oto}
Gr-ace Tanictguchl? Qrac^ 7-
siiioka, Setsuko Jukeineta,
M^ri-.anne Kashi^a^i, lliteuko
Yamamolho Seki.gur
e-iii, atd lofieko I^usuke.
Following -tfie initiation a
pArty'was at the home
of the advisers, Amy and
Susie Hattori..


CAGE GAMES TODAY
A LEAGUE DIVISION
CLOWNS AT STAKE
The k basketball league hits the home strete h this
weekend as the duo^diviaional crown for tne u.e
will deciaed by playirig seven gaaes in two days
the three coaxts#
Battling for the Bivision II crown are three teamsj
the 10H ne-ers, and Delta Zsi aires,
each v^ith three % ins in four starts
One of these teams is certain to oe eliminated this
afternoon wiien the Buc^ and the Zephyrs clash on the
6S1 court at 1:
Meanwnile the Delta Beqaires are matenea with the
GIRLS VOLI.EY6ALI
Sli5M-Uf' -jT^ars
Girls who are iater-
ested informing a volley
Dali league are requested
to sifen-ap at the rec-
reation office or otner
center racreaxion offices
so that arrangementa can
be made for such a league,
according to Hi/oko Ha
yashi? girl.s a t n 1 e t i c
director-
PREP GAMES
CALLED OFF
All &mache Ligh school
gmxts which were scheduled
for this evening at the
Granada high g/m have been
oaaceledj it was disclosed
today by Coach John Ho Lee.
Hoke revealed tnat tae
Amache hi^h school^ con-
tract for the use of the
gym had expireds and said
that he did not mow ^nen
a new contract v/ill be
drawn up*
fi h e gjin champiorisnip
will be placed, off tuis
after r, o o n at the 8G
court.
Sepol Bumblers at *5:^0 pm,
If the Esquires win, and
should^ they wiii mec.t
the winner of the Buc~ieph
yr fracas tomorrow or. the
6F court at ItoO p.m, for
the divisional crown. A
loss by the i^sxiea %ill
give the title to the win-
ner of the Bac-Lephyi game
The Kaa Kao. Laner Af s
and the Eojal ^raia n A* s
each ^ith three wiris an(f
one loss, fight it out for
the Division I championship
tomorrow on the 8G court
at joO p.m.,
Other A games tomoxfQXJi
At SK^^Smokiey Stovers
vs. Giants at 230 p.m.
At rgoti^ats vs.
hs ios at 10 ^.iu.
At 6PitfjnDl rs vs.
JDokes at j-m.
Gym Net
Aval labie
i3ecau8e of tae new mBA
policy of issairig only 2£
passes daily to Grnriada,
tne nighv.ill not b
available to the center
after next weeK, accordir^
to the recreation le^art-
ment
SKOOKUMS MEET HOOPS
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TABLE TENNIS
FINALS SET
Sectional table tennis
finals are plaamd at di'oO
p9m* tomorrow at tae 11G
recreation hall*
Sam N£awaf HH, and
Elden. Tanaka, 11G, meet for
the championship of the 11
and 12 blocks. Kenny Ohki,
9H, and Harato Morigucai,
8E, ta^Ia for the champi-
oMp of Blocks 8, 9, and
10; while Nobora Masada, 7K,
and Louise Nakar^o, 7E, face
each other for the Blocks
6 and ? crown,
WORKSHOP
OPENED
Because it lacks extea^
siTe funds aad because the
wartime manufacture of
sporting goods has been cut
to a minimum, the centerJa
recreation department is
faced constantly with the
problem of securing adequate
athletic equipment.
Helping to overcome this
difficulty are Harry Waka-*
yama? John Kimura, and Shig
lamamoto of the recreation
department's workshop.
For table tennis en-
thusiasts, they have con-
structed 38 tables aad are
at work on six more. They
have made 90 paddles and
arc repairing broken ones
every day*
They turned oat the cen-
ter1 s Ik bastetball goals
and haire almost completed
iO carom boards.
When, softball season
rolls aroimd, the members
of tiie workshop will be
ready for it. Four fresnlj
painted homes plates and
an ecual number of pitcher1 s
boxes are stacked up on
the workbench which extends
the length of the shop*
B. IU
GIRLS PLAY- ON
6f COURT TODAY
The Sebastopol Eambler-
ttes and the Les E^t^iles
meet today on the 6F court
at 2:30 p.m.
LANERS PLAY
Two kA c-3, postponed
Tharsdaj because the gym
wasr.ft available, vil1 be
played Monday evening at
the Grenada high .gya.
The Skookum^ co-leaders
in the title race tangle
with the cellar-dwelling
Lindy Hoops in the curtain-
raiser at 7:J0 The
Hoops, winless in five
tries, rely on the 1eader-
ship of Beruiy Yasnagiwa in
their attempt to poll tae
biggest upset of tae sea-
son. Other &QQ players
who can do a lot of dacaa^e
are Aki Yaiaazumi and Dick
ROCKE TS
ivTimara.
Tae Skooics are expected
to use mzt of the .aach-dis-
cussed second str irg-, which
is led Dy Mark Hashimoto
and Jim Shizuxu.
Tae Laner s, wno
are also tied foi tae league
lead, face tne Rc-ckets in
the second grnae at Qi^Q
Q m Tii *
Ho ou. Kawatani and Erei
Kishi are taeboacit^ tnreats
for the Hoclcets. The crip-
pita bat still potent Laners
will bank on Mas Oku da,
Grove Yoshi^ara, and Keazo
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