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1 .'- 1IiJa1tmtle " flom PUBLISUED BY rue CLUB 100 'ct\anincorporated ASSOCIATION OF MEMBERS O~ THE 100 INF.8N. ~ vol.jlr NO.2. MARCH 1M-8 UONOWW1N. 1 n: t I f / MAJOR joun ;rounson President Gregg Sinclair of the University of Hawali has announced the establishrlent of a Jack Johnson Wemorial9;)holarship tor exceptional Uni versi ty of haw&l1 atllletes. The new scholarship is named tor Major John (Jack )Johnson Jr., who Was an outstanding athleteat!he Un1 v ersity. He was killed in etlan in the Vicinity of Cassino, U January 25, 1944, while serving as the executive officer of the loath Inf. Battalion. The scholarship will be a-. wa~ded to a worthy athlete in a major sport. Major Johnson, who was the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Alexa nder Johnson of Honolulu served as I CONTINUED 00 NfXTPAGf.

2 2 CONT. FR.O},f PIlt;E 1 Captaln of tbe Unlverslty of Hawall football team ln This eleven ls remembered locally as the Ralnbow team which bebl; ed the Unlverslty ot Ca11fornla ln the 1935 New Year's Day game. Besldes earnlng fou~ letters on the grldlron the late Major was an aocomp11sbed swlmmer and soccer player. He recelved his B. A. degree ln June, 1935 from the Unlversl ty of Hawal1 and prlor to belng ln the army was employed as an ovel' seer of Mo Blrde Sugar Co., on Kaual and later as an asslstant agrlcu1turlst wlth t~e HSPA. Major Johnson, who was born ln Los Angeles ln 1914, entered servlce ln 1942 as a captaln. He tralned wlth the 100th ln Camp McCoy, Wlscomlln and Camp ~elby, M18S1ss1ppl and fought va111ant- 1y wlth the Batta110n up the Ita11an boot untl1 the tlme of his death. On Dec. 23, 1943, he was promoted to the rank of Major and made executlve offlcer of the Ba tta110n ln a ceremony marked by the presenoe of General Mar k Clark. On November 25, 1945, Major Johnson was awarded the Bronze Star posthumously for extraordinary bravery ln actlon. War corresfondent Clark Lee wrote ot him, He was a great lad. He had the sun ot the Islands 1n his speech Most of all he felt a tremendous responsibl11ty to the boys he commanded." In honor of Hawal1's 100th Infantry Batta110n and 1n memory of his son, the late Mr. John A. Johnson created a new hiblscus wb1ch he presented to the CLUB 100--the "Hawaii 100th Int. Bn. Hib1sous." Also, before hls death last June, the elder J~hnson donated his large co11ectlon ot hiblscus varlet1es to 'the Un~ Ter&ity of Hawal1 1n memory of Un1versity boys lost ln actlon. WAWAIICIWJ1n NilES looth BN. MORIAl LEA6UE As one of the project, r. the year 1848 the Hawal1 Chapter 1 s sponsorl ng the 100th Bn. lielllo. rla1 Baseball League ln H1lo whlch began on Sunnay, January la 1947 at the Honolulu Park. Tilt newly forned league wl11 replace the pre-war Japanese baseball league. Thls Ie ',,"ue la 0 ne of te.e pro..lects of tlie local boys Lnd 11 operated wlth tile cooperrtionot the communlty nnd has veter III Il n<'l non-veterfl nf' fls Boord ot 01 r ectors. Offlcers /lre': YoaLio Yflnall;awa, (Co.D) presldent; 1st vlce-oreslrl"nt, Eowl'rd :J'rada (Co. D);?nd vlce-orealdent,(co. D); Secretpry,JpJ:les Mfledll (Co.A) and Sldney Hamada, Treasurer. The l!1e"1bers of the Clll" and off lcers of the league hope to dev elop new ball players and aleo creelte the solrlt ()f competition amon~st the youth of Hrwal1. Many of you formerly ot Co.E ann A, wl1l remeiliber the gentle. man the wr1 ter ls obout to desc rlbe lis the veteran of the month. In tl>e eyes of those ot us 9>'llO know blm oersonnllyand have Been hlm ~et arljunte<'l to tl~ rduun~ of clvl1 life, I Dm suye he des' erves a SOElce ln our column. Seeing SIl buro he segawa &8 h8<d coach of the Pepeekeo team, one of the ternls entered ln the loott Bn. 1.!emor1fl1 League, r:ade tl&1l1 former Puka-Puka- t tee wry proud. Known RS "Ha e" to the boy., he lost one of )-'1s 11mbs fit CUB1no Italy. Prlor to the war, we 88' HOAe handle flrs b se llke an veter. n. It's good to know t",1 Hfl SE' 18 glvln~ his tl'tl e end enerrry tov1~ rt3 <l.evel()plng good bell ulayers and cltl,ene for tm communlty of Pepeekeo. '

3 ~ ~USE APPROPRIATIONS ~OMM'TTEE PASSES PUN u~cu80wl MEMORIAL :~~.CEMETARV MEASURE. ;t:, The U. S. House Appropriaj:t1 ons Comrittee passed a measure f ',.which cvils for the conversion of rkpunchbowl Crl'ter into a Ill' $1,172,000 National Cemetery.. Orig1nally plana were laid out to spenrl. $1,500,00J for the troject to serve as the final 01 resting place of l fl,ooo war dead 'it. P'owever, undpr the new increased ',t ppropr1&t1on set-up, Pund:bowl hs emetery 11'111 accomodate over \1'. 4,000 w l' dead. m: Col. B. M. harloe, d1f:tri c t e~~~ ergineer, estimates that 1 twill.r. take two years to complete the es!:'croject and two to three montils "2" after the bill becomes law lefore :: actual work w111 COr.lmence. 1'" Arch! tectural pj.ens nave albii::' re~dy been "lade and the work is eri to be done 1n three phases.after c" the 8i te has been graded, conb.t structton of sui table entrances er; to the eemetary and the L'oostruc U tiod of necessary buildings will u:' be made. In seleetin,:; the Punchbowl e locetion tle comm1ttee released tl,e followin?; ne'is item, "The l,roljosed 91 te 1s probably one of t.le most outst!.ll(l1r.g 1n the entire world. for a memorial ceme- I! t~ry. It 1s not aifllcult to eo' V.B U, liz" tr,e t1n.e Wl,en :; h e 11 ~ LaUe,nc.l ~.emor1al Cemetery w111.e?nc OI tile nc tlun I stop 9~.rJ.ne II ~ hc~ordin to p hawaiian legend " c~~ci'bow~ Crater was known as the, 1 of "aerif ice because of the ~~etlee of aseoc1atinf' it asthe r "ce of human sacriflce in the e r'''yis lon>!; before King fanehameloa IS e ((n. COMPIlNj/"lr STIlG PIlRTY -L -TOR.. R,KIl/tIS-9K/. J.M-9TSl//JIl-SCC fl.si1to PRES.,,I./. NtJRO/lfIS/JTtJ,'o./V1l6IlSIlKI Hideo Sato was swept into off1ce 8S president of Company "A" at the Able-ite'6 stag party held on March 6. Otr.er o1'ficers elected were: Howard Mi:ake, YCC:& pr~s1dent; Jamer, S. ~atsuda,secrptpry and Isamv Tom1ta, Treasurer. All of the above newly elected off1cers were unanimous in the1r comment: "We were framed! " The r,tag shindig wasbttended by ap.roxim[tely 65 Co. A boys wh" harl. an enjoyable evenlngjrrtaking of ~ood f00d, rem1nlscln~ their G.I. days, and engag1ng in other"profitahle" oasttimes. Mr. Les Deacon entert ~ lned the grouu with a few of his always welcomed anecdotes. Those in charge of theaffair were: Richard Oki, food; Nobuo Uyeda, Kunio Fuj1moto, decoration; and Donald Nagasaki,cleanup. NEON SIGNS & REPAIRS SPECIAL PRICES TO VETERANS 'SPECIALLY PUKA-PUKA-ITES Ask for "Chicken" Kawaoka Ph or Wah. 35))

4 (JOII~PoUNDUP \ Thomas Nohara ls a farmer these days. He farm out Koko Head way. formerly connected wlth Hawailan Electric Co. James Kiyota ls another member who has turned to tl11lng of the soll. Jlmmy' s farm is ln the fertl1e Waimanalo reglon. Captalns George Grandstaff and Young Kln are contemplating a vlsit to Hawail ln the latter part of May to vlsit wlth th ei r frlends here. The two former Battalion officers will be here for three weeks. Jitsuo Kobayashi chlmes in from Milwaukee that he gets homeslck everytlme he reads the Parade. Jlts has been attending a photography school for over a year and has another year to~. He reports that "Margua" Toyama, a recent graduate of Bra d 1 ey School of watchmaklng, is dolng all rlght on the job trainlng as a watchmaker and Walter Mizomi is employed as a shlpping clerk ln a Ml1waukee warehouse. These three Puka Puka boys send th eir regards to all of the 100th fellows. Yoshikatsu Matsumoto is the proprletor of Matsu's Grocery located at 1670 Lusltana street. For prompt servlce to stock your shelves, call him at Blackle Nishimura, Cherry Kunieda, Susuml Kunishige and Masayoshi Nakano have left the club dormltory to do their housekeeplng at 2718-C '\valaka Road. Accordlng to one of them l you may sample one of thelr t a sty dishes, provided you bring the groceries when call1ng on them. Fred Kanemura, a s tau n ch Baker-l te who was employed at ine Veterans Council is now associated wlth the Kahua Ranch firm. genuine Masaru Hirata, left fielder" has his Tom was of the Dog softb&ll team, laid. S off a whole week from hls duties the as a coke salesman dlle to a shoulder injury recel ved ln the A vs. D game. Incldentally, Masaru underwent a change in name and you are advlsed that ' it's now legally Mr. M a B a~l Hlrata. Recordlngs of Chaplaln Yost's memorlal address may be secured ' by contactlng Wallace Morloka at Radlo-Land; Phone The Chaplaln's talk has been cut on 5 records and price for a set 1s $6.25. (special to members) Yoshlnao Omlya was honored at the Moilllli baseball team homecoming game. "Turtle" lias a star catcher of the Mol11111 nlne ln pre-war days. Kanemi Kanazawa spent about a month on the malnland ln connectlon with hls VA dutles. TM Charlle softball team 6oreJ.y mlssed the servlces of their capable catcher durlng Kaneml's J stay on the ls1and. Wasato Harada was a surprise cs ller to the ls1ands durlng the - latter part of February. former Co. A battle fleld promotion officer ls a student at the Unlversity of Wlsconsln School. Remarked an Able upon learnlng of Wasa to's pre sence in Hawall. "Boy, you t MUS smell food. You're just 1n t1m! for our sta~ party. Richard (Doc )Hosaka, opto me - trlst who formerly had his li'lic' tlce in the Civic Drug BU1~di~ now has his offlce ln the. e Yamamoto structure. For your~s troubles consult Doc. for he lat- ~ ready to ass 1st you wlth ~9 est apparatus and lnstruments.

5 .5 C~!.'.N~~~~Mha~~o~;(~P ~~~ us a line from La Crosse, W1s- ted from the tenn1s ranks of the eons in to inform club members 11kes of Les Deacon & Ed YOlh1- that her husband, Tom 1s learning the dry clean1ng business unmasu. -N1sh1- now plays 1n the fast local Class B League. der the G. I. Bll1 of Rif?hts. The Ronald Saka1no (C) 1s another ~ukudas have one child, Alla n Puka Puka netster who takes part fhomae and are res1d1ng at: 329 South 5th street, La Crosse, W1e- 1n Class B matches. Ron holds down a doubles pos1tion for the eonsin. KapiolB.ni team. Our apologies go to "R1nkyl We are wondering if we should Nakagawa for this delay in plug- migrate out to Waianae to make g1ng his business venture. our home there by Just watch1ng ' R1nky" is the owner of the veg- Lefty Kobash1gawa sock the apple etab1e concession business in at the softball games. There t he Varsity Market located at must be somethiruz: in the 'nae 2121 S. Beretania Street. The district for "Koba ir sure can waformer BSO man has a w1de var1ety llop with the gusto of an "ssn_ of choice vegetables for sale inspi te of being a member of the :!a1ly. Drop in to see R1nky for Club 100. your cebbsges, carrots and veg- Jesse Hirata, Baker Company et bl d DSC winner, offic1ally opened a e nee s. his Manoa Laundry for businesson Isaac Akinaka, the capable former medic, is connected with March 11. Jesse's plant is 10- cated at East Manoa Road and the Security Life and Accident Lowrey Avenue. For p1ck up and Company as a part time insurance delivery of your laundry g i v e salesman. His full time activities are at the Uni versi ty of JeeFe a buzz at Hawa11 where he is a student 1n the College of Arts and Sciences Dick Sasaki's VEGETABLE Store ~ \ ~ c..\j c.. \J~\~ \ ~~... \: ~... \... BLA.. f DIG... CESSPOOL D GGING ~ Ph. Wah California Ave. 5'uatu'd ~~ r~eai r~ AT THE NEW EMMA CAFE S2IAN HOi\A:.1A (O"ncr) DISPENSER GENERAL J 92 S. Beretania St. Phone 65932

6 6 --J,~l~ On bebalf of my family and for myself I wish to take this op~ortunity to express my heart felt thanks and sincere appreciation to those members of the Club 100 who have made possible the Club 100 Blood Bank to help those in need of blood. Several weeks ago my mother, r,lasu Iha, was confined at tne Queen's Hospital and only tlli'ouglj immediate blood transfusion tlli'ough the Club Blood Bank was she able to become well again. More power to the Blood Bank, and to members of Club 10~ Let's keep the bank loaded. Sincerely yours, Kenichi Ills Dear Edl'tor: If space permits, will you please publish the following Oahu Chapter All-Star softball team in the Puka Puka Parade: Catcher H. Yamane (B) Pitchers Y. Kobashigawa (B) D. I shiki (Hq) First Base W. Ichiyarna (A) Second Base T. Sasaki (B) Third Base U. WOZUQi (B) Shortstop H. Yamamoto (D) Short Center K. Fukuda (A) Outfielders P. Shirai (A) K. Yui (A) H. Oda (B) Utility R. Nakagawa (Hq) I have come up with tne above selections after spending a good two houl's on the hii1;hes t peak of Mt. Tantalus and away from the hustle bustle of town life. The players named were judged according to their batting prowress and value to t heir r"spective teams. Grazie. Sincerely, Trench ~~ooter Surprised'/ If you are, you are not alone! The 34th Infant~ Division As sociation ls not nm sowething t ru..t was merely talked about at fire slde bull sessiom by old: members of the Di vis"on, it has become an actuality. In ot11er words, the 34th Infantry Di vislon Association ls the liv ing, breati.1ng, ljrogressive or ganization that we have all talked about so many times and looked forward to becoming member of when organized. Now for those who desire to still keep up that feeling of comradesllio and establish can tact whh old friends, the 34th Infantry Division Association U the medium through which one may gain these objectives. The members of the Assoc1a tlon wnd attended the recent reunion can vouch for the good time tney had, the pleasure of meeting old buddies and the many new friends they made. The purpose of the Assoclation is to aid members of t~ Associa tlon in locating old frio ends and re-establish trot cont act, giving help to its members individual problems, the organization of local chapters, the wri ting of a 34tn Dlvision,llI.story, and tile ho lding of annual National Conventions. The Association ls request1ng your membership'if you have not already joined, and solic1t1~ your aid in bringing el1g1ble indi viduals into the Association You can also aid by filling out the enclosed blank, givlng the names and addresses of all your buddies from the Division. Event ll ully the Association hopes to publish a news bulletin f or members of the Associa tlo11. C'o7Zitnu Ci cn~f

7 . gan1zat10n. Take an actlve part VI" in 1ts funct10ns, organize local chapters and make every effort 10, make 1t a Sl1cces s. Upon request, : Nat10nal Hea1quarters 11'111 issue ~ charters to local clubs 11'1 th a I' r.lsmbersh1p of at least twenty ;. five. For full partlculars wii te. our Headquarters. Slncerely, /e/ Ed Blrd Ed Blrd, President 34th Inf. Dlv. Assoclation Argonne Armory Des Moines 9, Iowa Contilla.ed.Mom 7b96 " So let us all get behind the Assoc1ation and help push lts or- January 2?, to Mr. and Mrs. TetslJo Kas},1wamur a, 132-A Maluniu Avenue, Kailua, Oahu daughter, son, February II, to Mr. and lars. Kazuo Kamemoto, 3380 East Manoa Rd, son. February 15, to Mr. and Mrs. Yasuhide Takushi, 2Jl9-E Kolowalu Street, son, Steven Yasuhlde. February 17, to Mr. and rs. Tsug~o Tsuru, 2897-A Kolowf..lu 3t. son. February 17, to Mr. and loirs. Yozo Yamamoto, 2851-B Waahlla St" son. 11 EAT.H S' _- Yr. Ich1.saku Tsubota.father Jf Capt. Shlgeru Tsubota' passed ~ I1Y on February at ' the St. H'S ' b neea hosp1tal a{ter navlng T eer. an invalid for many ye81' s. lie late Mr. Tsubota, a retlred gll'dener, was 69 years old atthe UCIt of dea tho BAKER COMPANY &.IOLDS T REUNION. The annual re-union of Baker COMpany was held on February 22 a t the Parad1se Gardens, One hundred persons w,41chincluded members, thelr wives and Il:irl frlends c. ttended the event. Everyone p~esent went home with a gond idea as to occupatlon,rmi' i tal str- t us and b r.mbino productlon of thelr buddles. Through the courtesy ot Major Johnson, former Co. lib" C.O, and presently an ordance officer wi til the Hawaii National Guard, a few reel A of dellghtful movles was shown to the group. Yutaka Suzuki, Fred Kanemura and l!lnoru Tokunaga were incharll;e of the ar~anrements for the occasi')n, Honored g"estc present were: Mr. and Mrs. James Lovell and Mr. and!"'rs. Erlw.lr:i Yoshlmasu, ",hunji Su~uki RADIO DOC Make Your Radio Play Like New De, ler of Major Appliances 2007 N. King St. Phone 84328; KAPA-LANI SERVICE STATION Gas & Oil; Lubrication Auto Repair; Welding Warren Tonaki Phone C~r. Kapiolani & Kapabulu THOMAS' FENDER SHOP Retiults Guarantee1 Speedy Service THOMAS MORlIa Phone Liliha St.

8 The second ro und d1amplonship asplrations of Dog Company softballers were rudely upsetted by the Able Co. tossers when the heavy weapon tossers succumbedm the "A~ boys by a 15-6 tune. Manager Cherry Kunieda'screw jumped off to a five run lead in the lni tial canto, but 1hereafter were held in check by M i k i Kamei's flossy relief h u r~lng. Meanwhile the Able Company batt1ng barrage long over due this season was too much for the Dog hurlers to handle. H. Yamamoto and Don Nagasaki were the leading stickers with 2 bln~les apiece. In the accompanying feature Headquarters edged out Baker 1-0 to tie with the latter for t~e second series title. Don Ishiki and Lefty Kobashigawa engaged in the season's top hurling duel.!shiki allowed the Baker outfit only one hit and Lefty was nicked for a measely pair ofdtngles. The lone marker was chalked up by the vlctors im the sixthtrame when with bases loaded, Kobashigawa lost control for a 3pelland walked the batter. Final standings of the second series were: Headquarters Baker Dog Able W L PCT. '2 I I I ******************** Trsilln~ 2 to 1 in the upper half of the last inning, Baker Company r r llied for six runs to subdue Able Company by the final score of 7 to 3. Wlth run] ers perched unflrst and second the Able Co. board of strate~y huddled and decided to lssue an intential pass to Kobashigawa who is one of t~e most feared batters in the Club circult. Harry Moromisato, who had pl tched air tight ball up to tblt stage momentarily lost control!f and Lefty Kobashigawa blaated 1be ball 1nto right fi eld to driveln 01 the ty1ng and wlnnlng markers. Ie Not satisfled wlth a one runl.ea~ Ie the lib" boys tallled 4 more runs in their half of the 7th lnnlng. 81 Able Company pushed across a run ln the lower half of the last 111 ning and lookfld to be headlngtor J a rally of thelr own, bu t sharp, f leldlng and heads up playing by I Baker Company returned them as G< victors. 1 The other game went t o Head.' quarters when Charlie Co. f all ~d, to fleld a team... Jf.Jf. Jf.Jf.Jf. Jf.Jf. ~ I. The vastly irnproved Hiad- C, quarters tossers edged out Able in 10 torrid innings ln s regular second series tilt. The win put the winners back i nt o contentlon wi th Baker for t he second series honors. Rlnky Nakagawa and Monzo ok Okazakl lambasted four basers to furnish the necessvry victory margin. Ichiyama of the losers c ont inued his flne stickworkll1t1 three out of four. Baker staged a t!'lree run uprising in the seventh to pull 8 game out of the f ire from Dog by a 7-6 score. Sam Tomai pl'lnk ed a slngle into left f i eld tocl'i ve in the winning marker from 1b1rd. The Dog tee.m outhit the Vl0to;S but were checked by Kobaahigawa ~ ttght chucking ln t he crucl 8 moments.

9 BIIS 8Illl PlIIVEIlS'STIlNOIN6 q Name Co. AB H PCT. M. Kamel (A) T. Sasaki (B) 21 4.lJO D. Tanaka (B) H. Hirokl (HQ) F. Shira1 (B) T. Tatelchl (A) J. Oshiro (C) S. Oshiro (A) T. Koyanag1 (D) W.!wal (C) 'N. Ichiyama (A) M. Okazakl (HQ) D. Nagasak1 (A) K. Fujlmoto (A) J. Shintaku (B) T. Nlehlbayash1(C) J. Furuta (B) T. Klnoshl ta (D) F. Kanemura (B) Y. Furusho (B) II. Awakun1 (C) S. Takashlge (B) R. Katayama (HQ) F. Tanlyama (A) H. Yamamoto (D) HOME RUNS E. Goshima (B) Kobashlgawa, Y 4 K. Yu1 (A) Matsunaml, S. 2 Y. Kobash1gawa (B) Yamamoto, H. 2 U, Wozuml (B) Hlrata, M. 1 B. Ta1ra (D) !chlyama, W. 1 K... Uyano (B) Takashlma, C. 1 H. Oda (B) Goshlma, E. 1 N. Yamagata R. Nakagawa Akazakl, M. fm) p, Shira1 Nakagawa, R. 1 (A) P. liaruo (A) K. Fukuda (A) G. Sum1da (A) T. Kimura (C) T. IUyp shiro (C) II. Kawamoto (C) S. liatsunaml (D) C. Tsukayama (D) A. Okamura (HQ) D. IehiU (HQ) T. Nosse (HQ) H. Kobayash1 (D) G. Yalso (D) II. K(lndo (D) h. Kuroda (B) C. Takash1ma (D) D. Sakaba (liq. ) 10 H. Morom1aato (AI 21 ~ '.~~~ S. Toma1 (B) E. Yoeh1masu (D) H. Yar.lE.ne (B) II. Hirata (D) H. KaJ1ltawa (liq) K. Kanatawa (e) R. Hamada (IiQ) C. Watanabe (D) 22 K. Ita (D) T. [unlmura TEIIM C/lPTJ.YQZO YIINIINOTO(8)IIND (H(,J,) Y. SU&uki (B) !lIJ/lj/l1 )filtsuj/iij/1(0) ( lit IlRST T. Ohta (hq. ) CliNE IJE7111EEAI /.'7##lY!lJI//'LG. M6R.

10 ~~/6L g6u~sdoftue CLUB 100 Club 100 members currently partrklng in the Honolulu AJA Baseball League and belng prom1- nently mentloned ip the sport pages of the l ocal papers are: Goro Morlguchi, manager and pl t cher of the McCully n1ne ; Hlde Yamashita, outflelder and comanager of the Walalae team; Henry Kurlr.are, Klyoshl Kernl, outf1elde ~s of the Kallhl comblne; Ka7.uso Yoshioka, pl'tcher and Ronald Ha~~mura, thlrd sacker of Kelit~ also;alf ed Arakakl holde down the hot third sack for Kapilama and Yoshltoshl h:on.l1 works credltabl:y behlnd t~le plate for Mo111n1. In add1tlon, Lafty ~,lzusew8 Tateuo Abe and Rokuro Imaoka are participating for tl~lr respect- 1 ve teams 111 the RUl'al Oallu League. M1zusaw&, in particular, 6eemB to have regrined Ilia pre-war form (1nsp1te of h1s age) ond 1n rated as the top hurler of the loop. GFT RID Of' TERMITES You brt~d'tm \\i',. lull tm. (All BILL KOMODA /.H J,n ullmafv" Phone bsnu VETS' 421 Ward Ave. TfRMITE~COHTRtl. ~~~~IrRf&'~l~p~OP Phone 68~'!l 401 S. Queen St., (Rear of Postofflce) ewb 100 GOLFERS YIELD TO "....2 GOLFCLU8 - CUAS.5UlRAI WINS ELECTRIC WARETIWPHV The 442nd Golf Club trounced m the loath mashie wielders by count ln a team match that " was played foi' the 24 Hour Serv." lce Ste tlon 'l'rophy on February 1 t. Each of the partlcloante from both clubs contrlbuted 8 dollar toward t he March of Dimes ca mnaign. The ~49 so collected we s turned over to the proper officials by a Joint comm1ttee of tr,e two organizations. Resul ts of the t earn match were: ': 442nd loutll i, Kuneshige 2~ Vii. KloIioka,J. l Hirhta 3 vs. Kondo, B. Nitanara 2-'- vs. Turner, F. " t Ohashi VB. Har,lada, R. 2t It Tari VB. Lovell, J. 1 KUl!uni 2~ VS. Mat Bueda, ~. t Okimaga! VS. Taira, R. 2t Nakasone a VS. Shiral, C. 3 Kimura 2t VS. Iwal, W! Nakanishi 3 VS. Kaw kaml, E. C Ide2'uchi 3 VS. ShinQJlara Matsumoto 2 V". Uch11a, H. 1 Sh1roma 1. r~ VS. Ikeia, G. ~ Yl1suda -~ VS. Kl1wa no, H., Kiyonfllrfl 3 VEl. E:nomoto,.1 0 l.'uratc 3 VS. Yoshimaeu 0 Kimura 1 VB. Taornae, R. 2 Mur:' srige V" ". 1.'0'" 1 am1, '. 2f Gima vs. Amazakl,... 2 Gima l- VS. Kane;all ra 1 Kurozllnl 1 VB. N1kai10, K. 2 I n t. (' Club 10v f:lo nthly ace to"]'!'i :"1ert olayed on tile eameqly for tl.e Electric Ware tropl Y, Ch8rleF Shirai br.gt,';ed a 'J-:?1--68 tj tri1iluu!. over tit fielri. OtLer lec'1erb ann t,.elr gc'jres were: Eu.;ene K, w"k.1 ~ ; Dr. ISElhc Kaw' saki "-?2--72; Hici.al'd hana da ~ ; Dr. Ric II.. rd Kainuma ,*; ail1 Bob Kondo ~9:?-lo--?4. " i i : t

11 U -Ifrua71t:~e/!/6U~ Those of us who were present Those of you who belonged to et the Hoo1u1u Park on Sunr1ay, su-o r orting Dog Com Dny will be January 18th to as!list with the glad to hear that your former opening of the 100th Bn. Memorial top kick, Takao Miyao, tled the B~seball League, will all agree knot with Ml ss Chieko Mlyake of that tbe weather - RAIN. Whenevpr Ke1aoe, Hl10. Congratu1atjons1l:> the loath does aomethlng or goes the new Mr. & Mrs. Takao Mlyao! a~. somewhere it starts pourlng. TakeoYaS the Hawall Chapter pree: Inspite of the drlzz1e"a 10 sldent for the year inn'n.; game between the Pepeekeos and Olars was cl)mo1eted. We Recent vlsitor on business to.: didn 1 t have the heart to send the Rainy Clty wa s the former t home the bill: crowtl that came to Terrltorla1 prexy Mlts Fukuda. the park to -witness the irr.prese- '''hen not working, Mlts wa s seen 1 ve cel'emo nels and the game. The Pepeekeoe coached by Saburo Hasegawe (Co. A) won by the score of 18-]? The colo!'s of our country and the One Puka PuJ<a standaril 'Ill ttl the motto "Remember Pearl Eart>or" r.avinl7 Yaa"o Iwasakl and Susu m u, Sato as color ~uards and Tsutomu 'Blue" Kunlah and Taku OkaJ lma is color bearers led the oar8de. Soeechea were gl ven by Edward Harada. preside5lt of our local chapter; Jack Conley, former CO of the loath; Yoshlo Yanagawa pre Sident of the league and Clem A. Akin.", Chairman of the Board of Suoervisors. Francia Takemoto (Co D) acted as the master of cer"monles and did a go'1d job. elther eatlng or bowling. Mlts tells us that everytlme he ret urns to Honolulu from Hl10 his orchid collectlon increases... SPECIAL SERVICE TO MEMBERS" t:ltjth S "LEANERS Nobuo Uyeda PHONE S. HOTEL" ALAPAI STS. 1// COL OR51lAlLJ TilE 111,(/1 Plltfll.j1iJ. /J11II1' OIE4II#C{EREJlOA'l[5 Of" 111/ /OO1ll8tY.JJlEJl8Il5E81l1L /lt //ILO 0tV JIlIIIJ:/9JdL.T~ 51/.511# , /#5110!1f1151l,l(!, TIlfll/{/l1 Of/lJlJlIlIl#iJ /31/70J/1I ;gil/eli,k'{/#5/11 "PA(}~ ~7'.:?'/?1o ~~ 5a//~

12 AluslNG OVER 1/ aortt.e OF 8 /C. Arm chair rl'flectlon.' of a bench warrcler alonp: tj e tl.lrrllllse line at the Oahu ChP..pter a.:ttbsll games: 1. The T-sl:1irts re, lly fit snugly on the protrllrl.ing pop bellies of the fl'odoy g"ys. The double exposl1re of thelr bread baskf!ts makes my eyes 1';0 round anc1, rounrl.. How do tr.~y r!et th.t V'flY?.? Wonder L(,w far the roly poly flrst sacker of tt.e Head quarters can rim? Not t.o ment10n if he stlll crn bend down to touch his toes. 3. Thns e wahlne backers on the opposite base Ilnes sure oan yell and they're "rip-'i,t there' when 1 t comes to umpire bfl1t1ng. 4. Whose little' offspring 1. thb t ta c 1<l1nr, the coke and - oh, oh, there goes the olli man after her. 5. Igl2l:lf'rilJs! That. Tonklcrj pflrl. n n bltfliness fpll1ng down in rounding secnnrl. base. Maybe tile ~ame ls "Juiced." 6. Look at thelt guy clanking hia buck te~th. The ump mat have gt ven him a roilp.:h tl~ 7. Gee, tr.e Baker CIJ ny presldent 's appearance, on t e fleld mllst have been a gr. t morale builder for!lls men nate the hustle bustle spirit to4b1,. 8. Who is this "Pake W' must be either Billy or Y Mr. Deacon seems to e getting a kick out of see1ng"! ice wagon with the trench tte running for third - he lebea1l1ng under bis straw hp..t. IJ. Wow, what a wallop! R~; minds me of the time he la1d \h Ind1an head Bean1e out cold wi h1s dukes in La CroeGe. 11 Well there.:oee the game Perha~6 next Sunday-our teajnlllp: tain w111 let me play. Gue~ j I'll go over to Paul,tne refreat ment man, and get a bot~,le to soft drink before I go Hllme report to the w1fe.

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