SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922.
Stage Is Set For Racket Title Tilt
Men's And Women's Play Opens
9 Errors Win
I-et 'er go!
Tennis is bidding tnir to not only
rival the siiort interest shown in liase
bull, our national piist itno. but threat
ens to bold the s(i)t light on Maui
while the rlia ru 'ion sli ip s-t in the
Men's and Women's sincle-s tourna
ment are being fought out.
Following the Muni women's doubles
I. C. Lindsay versus Dr. V. P.
W A. Italdvin versus Ed. Deinert.
W. K. Tom versus llurold Chang.
A. K. Jim versus Dr. .1. V. Ting.
II. Kunichika versus Aleong Vee.
I "lay in the first round is to start
August l!Mh and the round is to be
1 "ii""h in ........ .....................1.. .v.iusi i;mii aim me round is if) of
title being thrown in Hie discard, the computed by September the second
AB R H PO A K
Bill Cummings, 2b .. 4 0 0 4 I 4
T. Porego 83 ....t 4 110 0 0
F. Hal. c-1b 4 10 10 2
V. Cummings 3b ...... 4 0 1 4 3 2
Waiwaiole Ibp 4 0 0 4 2 0
Ray Freltas c 4 0 19 10
.Toe Silva If 4 0 0 1 0 1
Jean Bal cf-rf 4 0 0 1 1 0
A. Moniz p-rf 3 0 0 0 3 0
Von Elm Ousted From
title having been won l v Miss Fran
cis Baldwin and Vis .1. C. Fitzgerald,
llie Maui Men's sinrles handicap tour
nament of the Settlement llor.ro Ten
nis Club was placed on the card.
Though the first round of that tourna
ment has r.ot yet been cm ipleiid. now
conies the AU-Maui Men's singles lour
nament to hold sway i;i the public eye
of local sportsdom. Drawings in that
tournament have been nia.te. players
in the first roend match) d. si ml a em
era! exodus of white duck tiouseis,
short sleeved shirt.-
will be mad)' to tin
the island. It will be "J.ove
"Love" that. Cupid hitmell
nonplussed were the paths
tiny that be is forced to tread lead to
the tennis courts of Maui.
Opponents to meet in the first round
of the Maui Men's Singles are diawn
Eddie Tarn versus V. II. Fugle.
Young Ting versus llebert.
Yni. Baldwin versus Kd Walsh.
Win. Walsh versus Aired Hansen.
David Wadsworth versus Alex Me
Nicoll. J. S. B. Mackenzie ver.-us K. ;.
A. Yee versus C. I'. Coto.
The second round is to he rnninlelnd '
not later than September ninth, and ! ;yjaxweu
immediately following, the semi-final 1 equera
iii ii uiiai inauiies are mi ne piaen,
aee.uditn; to the schedule drawn.
1 'avers must aiange to play their
ma clies with opponents and must
play the si ts within the specified time
oi lose by default without appeal.
on the same day play in the Wo
men's singles for the Al'l-Maiii champ
iotishin will commence. Kil-IiI nluvero
and green shades i entered in the tournament. Fran
various courts on : ccs Baldw in TJeheppn Vniintr Mia T
2 3 24 11 9
t Ins and ( . Paris
'mid lie Deinert,
of des- ' Frances
Anne Fitzgerald, Mrs
Mrs. J. H. Kunewa
Wadsworth and Miss
Francis Baldwin vermis liehecca
Alo cf 4
A. Rego ss : 5
R. Baldwin if 4
Scholtz c .v 5
A. Baldwin 3b 5
L. Cockett lb 5
Caswell p 4
I ASSOCIATED PRESS)
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 Officials of
the United States Gold Association
confirmed the reports that the entry
or ueorge von Elm of Salt Lake to
the National Amateur Tournament
was rejected. No details were given
but it has been recently reported that
Von Elm has been declared profession
K. F. j
for opponents are as lol-
.'. i Paris versus Anne Filz-
Mrs. '.. F. Deinert versus Mrs. J.
Francis Wadsworth versus Miss
Flay in that tournament, through the
finals, is to be completed not later
than August 31. Rules of play regard
ing the Men's singles matches are ap
plicable to all tournaments.
Totals 33 6 9 27 12 5
Hit and Runa by Innings
Wacs 0000 0 002 02
Basehits 01010001 03
Sports 00110022 x fi
Basehits 21201120 x 9
Summary Three-base hits: Sequei
ra; two-base bits: Cockett; stolen
bases: Wells Cummings, Freltas, Cas
well, Rego. R. Baldwin, A. Baldwin,
Cockett 2; bases on balls: off A.
Moniz 4: off Caswell 2; struck out:
by A. Moniz 6; by Caswell 8; wild
pitches: A. Moniz 3; Umpires: A.
Lnos and A. Oarcia; time of game: i
2 hrs. 5 min. scorer: E. J. Freltas
Few Games Remair,
In Maui League
Cummingsites Clash With
First Series Champ's' and
Asahi VViil Meet Chinese In
Once again ,on Sunday, (icorge. Cum
ining's Wacs are to have the chance
to put the skids under the league lead
ers. Haiku and the Cummingsites
will open Sunday's activities in the
baseball realm at 1 : ;u on the Fair
The Chinese make their first appear
ance in the second series, meeting ;lie
Asahi nine immediately loll -v. in g.
The major league series is du to
close on September loth and it is
doubt i'ul ii a pennant series will be
needed to settle the championship.
Australia aod Spain
Matches Davis Cup
I 'ilia 1 as entered a bid for the base
ball championship of the East Maui
circuit by defeating, last Sunday, the
Japanese team by an overwhelming
. One game remains to be played in
the Eastern series and Sunday after
noon the 1'aia team meets the nine
hailing from I'auwela. Upon that
game hinges the championship of the
league. A w in by Faia will bring that
team into a tie with Haiku and neces
sitate a series of probably three
games to determine who shall bear
the honors during the year.
Baball Union Is
The Latest Wrmkh
PHILADELPHIA, Aug 17 Austra
lia and Spain divided the opening
matches in the final round of the
Davis Cup Tournament. Patterson
of Australia defeated Count Manuel
6-3, 8-6, 6-4. Manuel Alonzo defeated
Ohara Wood 2 6, 3 6, 6 2, 8-fi, 6-1.
Alonzo's sensational uphills drives
wore down Wood to the point of de
CUBA DISLIKES TARSI-F
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 17-Kay Can
nan. attorney, and former major
league ball player, announced that a
baseball players union designed to
lift p'ayers from the position he term
ed "Pawns of the club owners" to
equal status to the owners in matters
afiec'ing the players, was Hearing com
pletion. Cannon said he bad opened
negotiations for the support of the
me-lean Federation of Labor, and
'1 at Compels regarded the project as
t $ j
Whom did the Phillies receive In ex
change for Meusel and Bancroft?
(N. L. P.)
What was the result of the fight be
tween Sailor Freedman and Charlie
White last year? (V. E.)
When and by whom was basketball
invented? (S. F. B.)
Did Columbia ever win the university
regatta at Poughkeepsie? (E. H. T.)
How often are the Olympic games
held? (I. R. W.)
ANSWERS TO TUESDAY'S
Before going to Columbus, Danforth
pitched for Baltimore, Louisville
and the Chicago White Sox.
Kocky Kansas is almost a year older
than Bennv Leonard.
i Approximately 40 per cent of favo-
rnes win norse races.
I rrun j , , , . ... .
Btuic vi iiib unai maicn Deiween
Tilden and Norton at Wimbledon
last spring were 4 6, 2 6, 61, 6 0,
The Chicago Cubs trained this spring
at Catalina Island. Calif., and the
White Sox at Sequin, Tex.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THE
ANNUAL CHURCH FAIR
Our Lady of Victory Church, Lahaina
Saturday, Aug. 19th, 7:30 P. M. at the Catholic School
Cantata: Garden of the Singing Flowers and Minstrel
Sunday, Aug. 20th, 7 A. M., Low Mass. 10 A. M.
High Mass at the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, follow
ed by a Benefit Fair for the New Honokohua Church
and the Lahaina Church.
CAKES LAULAUS, ETC.
FATHER BRUNO BENS.
AB R H PO A E
Souza ss 6 2 3 1 5 1
Chartrand If 5 12 4 11
Reiki 3b 5 0 0 2 3 0
Robinson 2b 6 2 2 0 2 0
Jones rf 5 1 2 0 0 0
Yamamoto c 3 2 2 5 0 2
Coleman cf 4 0 1110
Hoaie lb 4 2 2 14 0 1
Reis p 5 1 1 0 6 2;
Total 43 11 15 27 18 7
AB R H PO A E
Iku cf ... 2
Tomaoka If 4
Hamamoto ss 1
Yanagi 3b 4
Massaichi 2b . 4
Ishibashl c i 3
Tsuda lb 4
Hirai cf-rf 3
Sueda p : 1
Kitaoka ss 2
Tajiri rf 3
Kuwada c 1
Democrat Turns G. O. P.,
Seeks Seat In House
HONOLULU, Aug. 16 Thomas
Pedro Jr., a former Democrat and as
sistant clerk of the circuit court at
Hilo has filed nomination papers as
republican candidate to the house of
representatives. W. C. Vannatta of
East Hawaii has filed papers for the
republican nomination to the senate
CARDEN NAMES DEPUTY
HONOLULU, Aug 16 United States
District Attorney. Carden. announced
the selection of Fred Patterson of
Hilo for first Deputy District Attorney.
AN AWFUL NUISANCE
this cooking and preparing for meals, get through one
day and have to start right in again the next. Wish you
could avoid it, don't you? and so you can at the
GOOD EATS SALE
Delicious home cooked ready to serve food, laulaus, cold
meats .salads, breads, buns, cakes and other substantials
Alexander House Kindergarten
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 10 A. M.
FIRMS ARE SUSPENDED
WASHINGTON, Aug. !6
derslood in official cireh tl
has made representations to
partment ot state di.-u; iiii.-ovr.)
Urge Clean Oil
sugar import duties of tne administra
tion tariff bill.
IT WILL PAY YOU
to see what THE PRUDENTIAL
has to offer before closing with
any other life insurance company.
BANK OF MAUI, LTD.
Pianos sold on the easy pay
Latest Records arH Music Rolls
Organs, Phonographs, Musical
Piancs Repaired and Tuned
Main and High Streets, Wailuku
HONOLULU MUSIC CO.
It, is safe to say that few things are
more important for the efficiency and
life of the motor, than maintaining
clean oil in the crankcase. Inevitably
ci-ankcase oil becomes contaminated
in various ways engine operation
causes steady accumulation of road
dust, carbon, fine metal particles and
other impurities. A point is eventual
ly reached at which the lubricating
efficiency of this contaminated oil is
seriously impaired. Defore this hap
pens, it is highly important that the
used lubricant be cleaned out and re
placed with fresh oil. Otherwise, seri
ous damage may result.
Automobile manufacturers recom
mend that the crankcase be given a
thorough cleaning at frequent inter
valsat least once every 750 miles is
the usual recommendation. Truck
manufacturers recommend that this
operation should be performed at in
tenals of rrom 250 to 500 miles.
Merely draining out the old lubri
cant and refilling is not enough. Nor
will a preliminary flushing with fresh
oil do the job. Kerosene was former
ly used as a cleansing agent, but was
never entirely satisfactory, ad its use
is now discouraged. Recently, how
ere, special scientific cleansing agents
have been developed, such as Calol
Flushing Oil, a Standard Oil product,
which are excellent for the purpose
and do not impair the value of the
Crankcase cleaning being a dirty job
Total 32 2 8 27 8 5
Hits and Runs by Innings
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Haiku .....1 1 2 0 5 0 0 0 211
Basehits . .... 2 1 2 1 3 1 0 2 315
Asahi . 00000000 22
Basehits 11100000 58
Summary Two basehits: Chart
rand, Kuwada, Hirai; sacrifice hits:
Chartrand, Keiki, Yamamoto, Tsuda;
stolen bases: Chartrand, Souza, Rob
inson, Tamaoka, Kitaoka, Ishibashl,
Tsuda; hit by pitcher: Jones, Yama
moto; double plays: Kitaoka to Ma
saichi, Masaichi to Tsuda; bases on
balls:off Reis 2; off Masaichi 3;
6truck out: by Reis 2; by Sueda 3.
by Masaichi 7; wild pitches: Reis 1;
umpires: A. Garcia; time of game:
1:55 min. scorer: E. J. Freitas; Re
vised by Maui News.
AS R H PO
l . Mihara n-ss i i
S. Mihara c-p 4 - 1
K. Horio ss-p 4 1
Mino Matsumoto 3b 4 0
M. Matsumoto 2b .... 4 0
S. Ogata If 4 2
M. Morikawa lb 4 1
G. Nasrai cf a n
M. Tanaka cf 1 0
H. Matsumoto rf 3 0
Yasuda rf 0 0
NEW YORK, Aug. 16 The curb
market association has announced the
suspension of three brokerage firms
for failure to meet their engagements.
They are Hoey, Tilden and Company,
Smith, Lockhart and Co.npH.ny and
Kaderly and Finnan.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE MORTGAGE AND OF SALE
Totals 35 6 5 24 H 4
AB R H PO A E
Carreira cf 5
C. Medeiros ss-Mh
M. Kaikai c
J. Silva if
Ed Nunes lb 5
J. Medeiros n ....
J. Santos 3b-2b ...
M. Farias rf
M. Andrade 3b-2b
Totals 40 13 16 27 9 5
Hit and Runs by Innings
1 2 a . r. r t u n
Japanesa 21120000 n fi
basehits 11110100 05
Paia 21040330 x 13
Rasehits 1 1 1 3 0 3 5 2 x 16
Summary Off Mihara 28 at bat. 10
runs, 9 hits in 6 innintrs? nfr ttnrin
7 at bat, 3 runs. 5 hits in 1 innings;
off S. Mihara 4 at bat, no runs. 1 hit.
in 1 inning; left on bases Japanese 2;
I'aia 4 runs batted
runs batted in: hv AnHinHa
and one requiring a good deal of care - nome run: Andrade; two-base hits:
and special equipment, the Standard iS' Minara- Carreira,. Andrade; sacri-
llil I ' 1.... . . .... . fiC.e IlitS! K Ttnrin Minn Mot.
Oil Company lias instituted "Modern
Crankcase Cleaning Service" at gar
ages and dealers handling its pro
ducts. This service is quickly per
formed and motorists who have avail
ed themselves of it report excellent
results in the improved operation of
fice hits: K. Horio. Minn Mat
M. Morikawa, Andrade; bases on balls
off T. Mihara 3, Horio 1; struck out:
by T. Mihara 5, Horio 1, S. Mihara 1;
by .Medeiros 4; wild pitches: T. Mi
hara 2; passed balls: S. Mihara 1,
Kaikai 2; umpires: A. C. Franco and
Joe Freitas; time of game: 2 his.
scorer: Frank Nunes.
Michigan City Howls At
IXIiIANAPOI.IS, Aug. 17-Governor
MeCray has instructed the Sheriff of
l.a I '01 1 e county to refuse to permit
tint I lempsey llrennan liuht that is
scheduled to be held at Michigan City
on Iabor lJuy.
WILL ENTERTAIN DENBY
HONOLULU, Aug. 16 Governor
Farrington arranged a conference for
tomorrow to discuss plans for the en
tertainment of Secretary of the Navy
Denby when he arrives on August
23rd, homeward bound from his tour
of the Pacific. Denby will be in Hono
lulu two days.
To PETER N. KAHOKUOLUNA and
ALICE L. KAHOKUOLUNA. his
wife, of Honolulu, City and County
of Honolulu, T. H., mortgagors, and
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
CERN. Notice is hereby given that under
the provision of that certain indenture
of mortgage made and executed by
Peter N. Kahokuoluna and Alice L.
Kahokuoluna, his wife, both of Hono
lulu, City and County of Honolulu,
Territory or Hawaii, dated the 9th day
of May, 1921, and appearing of record
in the office of the Registrar of Con
veyances in Honolulu in Book 604 on
Pages 67-69, to N. Kobayashi of Paia,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
under the power of sale contained in
said mortgage and because of default
on the part of the said mortgagors in
the conditions of said mortgage as to
the repayment of the amount of the in
debtedness secured therebv, and be
cause of the default in the payment
of interest thereon, the undersigned
the mortgagee named in said mortgage
intends to foreclose the samn t.h o.n
the property covered by the said mort
gage and the interest of the said mort
And notice is further given that in
pursuance and under said power of
sale N. Kobayashi, the mortgagee un
der said mortgage aforesaid, will on
Saturday the 23rd dav
1922, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
door of the Court House of the Cir
cuit Court at Wailuku, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, offer at
public sale and sell to the highest bid
der therefor all of the property and
premises covered by said mortgage as
All of that certain lot, piece or par
cel of land situate at Taia, in the Dis
trict of Makawao. Countv nc Momi
aforesaid, described as follows:
Division 1, Lot 14 of the Hui Aina o
Beginning at the N. W. corner nf
S. 39 41' E. 10.40 chains along Lot
13, Division 2;
S. 50 19' W. 2.02 chains along Lot
N. 46 40' W. 10.40 chains along Divi
N. 47 45' E. 3.20 chains alone Road
to place of beginning containing an
area of 2.65 acres: beine the nm
premises conveyed to the said Mnri.
gagors by deed of J. K. Mia. dated the
14th day of June, 1907, and recorded
in the Registry of Conveyances at
Honolulu in Liber 291 on pages 356-357.
Terms of said sale, cash, 10 per
cent to be paid at the time of sale
and the balance payable upon execu
tion and presentation to the urn-chaser
of a proper conveyance thereof
For further information annlv to the
undersigned or his attorney.
Dated this 16th day of August. 1922.
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for the Mortgagee.
( Aug. 18, 25, Sept. 1.)
Scallops,. Points, and Other Dainty Work.
Work Done in Minimum Time
MRS. C. L. BOWKER
Successor to Alice Phelps, Formerly of Lahaina
TEACHERS' COTTAGE HAMAKUAPOKO
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What Do You Khow
Everyone knows it is made by churning cream,
but not everyone knows the quality of the cream,
the cleanliness of the churn nor the surrounding
conditions under which all butter is made. These
things you do know about
for it is made under strict conditions for the best
export trade. You can eat all the Maile butter
you wish because it is clean, pure and fresh.
Specify Maile the next time you order butter from
Metropolitan Meat Market
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I frain from buying
selling stocks or bonds
simply because you do not hap
pen to live where the stock .
change is located. Many Maui residents take ad
vantage of our investment service by mail or wire
less and find it perfectly satisfactory. Write the
stocks and bonds department for details.
So to serve that we may continue to serve.
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