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DAILY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY. DEOKMnHR 29, 1922.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Baldwin are ex
pected home from Honolulu tonight.
Mley H. Allen, editor of the Star
Bulletin expects to return to Hono
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Campbell are
entertaining u large party at dinner
at their I'uunene Home tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wadsworth will
entertain at dinner tomorrow night
prior to the annual New Year Cos
Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Walsh will be
hosts to a number of their friends at
dinner at their home in Kahuui lonior
I.. S. Keuler. manager of the Royal
Hawaiian Sales Co. will go to Hono
lulu tonight to remain over New
Friday, Dec. 29 Convention of Ha
waii Education Association, sessions
at 0:30 and 2. Basketball Wailuku
Gym 7:30 Chinese vs Kahului: l'als
vs Maui Hi. L. D. S. Danco at La-1
Saturday, Dec. 30 Annual Costume
Ball of the Maul County Fair and
Itaclng Association in the Territorial j
Monday, Jan. 1
Thursday, Jan. 4 Young Peoples
Bally, Banquet Maui Hotel at G and
Services Wailuku Church at S.
Friday, Jan. 5 Opening of West
Maui Basketball league at Lahaina
Saturday, Jan. 6 Dance St. An
thony Alumnae, Wailuku Gym.
Thursday, Jan. 11 Annual meetings
and election of the Maui Chamber of
Commerce, Territorial Building, 7:30,
A. SOUND POLICY
Bank of Maui, Ltd.
LOUISE C. JONES
Maui Women's Favorite Shop
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I WE WISH YOU I
I A HAPPY NEW YEAR I
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and that is to give you better drug store service than
you have ever received before.
We thank you for your patronage during the
past year and shall endeavor to deserve your con
tinued support during 1923.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
WE EXTEND THE SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO THE MAUI COMMUNITY
Exchange Closes Tomorrow Ad
vices from Honolulu this morning said
that there will be no session of the
Honolulu Stock Exchange tomorrow
L. D. S. Dance. Announcement
was received this morning that the
I.. O. S. will hold a dance at Lahaina
Armory tomorrow night. Samuel
Toomey will sing In the course of the
Two Butler Meetings Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Butler will hold a meeting
at the Kahului Community House to-
( night at 7:30 and tomorrow evening
at the same hour at the Lower I'ala
Mission house. This afternoon at four
( o'clock there will be a meeting at the
All Da Tennis. An all-day tennis
tournament has been scheduled for
the New Year's Day attraction on the
I'uunene Courts on Monday. It is
reported that there will bo sixteen
teams in competition, four eacli from
I'uunene, l'ala, Wailuku and Lahaina.
KRAZY KAT PARTY
Officers of the Christian Endeavor
of Wailuku Lnion Church extended a
"Kruzy Kat" party to Miss Jtuth
Whitehead last night at the iiome of
M'-- and" M's- Walter Engie on Vine-
yaid street. About CO enjoyed the
jolly evening's festivities.
' Music lor the dancing was furnished
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i r.uuiu lumb urcuumiii ami me
evening passed in games and dancing.
Delicious refreshments of punch, ice
cream and cake were served during
YEAR END DINNERS
Several dinner parties are scheduled
for tomorrow evening among those
l01' which invitations have
sued being Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Camp
bell, some 30 guests, Mr. and Mrs.
William Walsh, 20 and Mr. and Mrs.
D. S. Wadsworth, a dozen.
COSTUME BALL TOMORROW
In the Territorial Building, tomor
row night will be held the biggest so
cial event of the season, the Annual
New Year's Costume Ball of the Maui
County Fair and Hacing Association.
Fancy costumes are not essential ex
cept in the grand march and the com-1
mittee expects large numbers will !
drop in for the ball after earlier even-1
ing engagements before' the march
starts at 10:30. Dancing begins at 9.!
That next year I will let
Electricity work for me
Maui Electric Co.
1 he Home Concern For
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
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America Ranks Highest Again In
International Sporting Events
NEW YORK, Dee. 2S The close ol
nnotfier year .of keen International
competition In the world of sport
finds the United States witli well es
tablished supremacy in a large maj
ority of the varied fields of rivalry
The records for 1922, where the
calibre of competition has been suffi
ciently high to afford a real tost of
superiority, show America trluntpani
in eleven contests, more than all the
rest of the contending nations com
bined. England, which figured as
this country's principal rival, lias
three victories to its credit while Ca
nada, Argentina and France each cap
tured one championship.
Yankees Retain Prestige j
Called on in most instances to do-1
fend its laurels, the United Stales'
maintained its supremacy in men's 1
tennis, women's swimming and pmles-i
fesional billiards; scored five victor
ies in six international golf contests,
triumphed twice In yachting and onco
in rowing, England swept to the lor
It. men's and women's track anil field i
sports and accounted for the other!
golf victory, a meagre showing where
the British Lion in former years ruled
the royal and ancient heights sup. .
.en.e. 1 ranee was victorious in wo-;
mens ,enn,s Argon una s speciacu.ar ,
and in England; while Canada retain
ed the fishing schooner championship.
England came through with Hying
colors In one of the first international
tests of the yeaar when in April Cam
bridge l'n versity's distance runners
defeated the University of Pennsylva
nia's picked quartet In a -i mile n lay
race at London. Oxford University
the third entry.flnished last. Britain's
women athletes also triumphed on
track and field by decisively winning
the first real International meet for
feminine stars, hold at 1'smIj 'n Aug
I ust. England scored 50 points, t he
j United States 31. and France 29. The
meet constituted the first organized
' attempt to put women's track and
field sports on an international foot
ing and has been folowed by rapid
development and interest, especially
in tills country, where the Amateur
j Athletic Union has taken direct con
i trol of feminine competition and a
I newly launched National Women's
1 Track A. A. lias undertaken inter
scholastic and inter-collegiate supcr
Hol'ds Davis Cup
I The United States successfully de-
lend its possession of the Davis Cup,
emblematic of the world's team ten
nis championship, defeating by four
matches to .one the Australian clial
leners, survivors of an original field of
thirteen nations. Mile. Suzanne Len
glen, sensational French racquet star,
established without question her sup-(
remacy by vanquishing Mrs. Molln
Bjurstedt Mallory, American champ
ion, in straight sets in the final, match
of the international women's tourna
ment at Wimbledon, England.
America's net triumphs during the
year were duo mainly to the Individual
brilliancy of William T. Tilden and
William M. Johnston. Together they
accounted for all of America's Davis
Cup victories, each defeating Gerald
Patterson and Jnmes O. Anderson,
while Tilden and Richards lost to
Patterson and O'Hara W.ood in the
Tilden, thrice national champion,
: After having suffered from paralysis
for some years past, Joseph iFreitas,
. i for about 30 years a resident of Maui,
died in Maluluni hospital lasL night.
; Funeral services will be held this
' 1 afternoon at 4 o'clock at Kuau church
and interment will follow in Hie Kuau
' For many years Joseph Freitas was
connected with Camp 1, for a time in
Camp 1 store, afterward as storekeep -
er, ami was manager ot (Jamp 1 store
for several years. He was a member
of the Knights of Pythias and is sur-l
vlved by his widow and eight sons '
i Chinese vs Kahului and Pals
Maui High are the teams scheduled to
furnish the fun In the East Maui
League at the Wailuku Gym tonight.
Dopesters have it figured out that
the game between the Chinese and
Kahului should bu hard contested ami
the closer of the two matches with
Kahului as the favorite. In tho sec
I ond match Maui HI ia expected to walk
ott wit lithe bacon with no great de
gree of trouble.
West Maui is now preparing to
start its season and the first gamo of
the league will be played next week,
January 5. Tho schedule ig to bo
lurnishod Maui News within the next
did not deiend the world's title he
won in Jl)20 and 1U21 at Wimbledoti,
but in Patterson he conquered the
1022 victor in the English classic, bo
1 sides emerging at the top In the na
tional singles nt Philadelphia ftom a
i field hlcli Included a formidable ar
' ray of International stars.
Win Golf Honor
America added to Its triumphs with
, close to a clean sweep on the links
I in the traditional struggle with Eng
' land Emulating .lock Hutchison's
11)21 victory, Walter Hagen, former
i I'. S. open title-holder, captured the
1 Biitish open crown, the first time an i
American homebred turned the trick.
J Milling the event close to a rout for
j the British clan, Hutchison tied
i George Duncan for second place,
! while Jim Barnes landed fourth posi
With Duncan and Abe Mitchell as
1 Britain's treat in the American open
event at Skokie, Gene Sarnzen eop
i ped a tlashy field to keep the title in
j this country. Duncan landed sixth
place while Mitchell was far down the
American amateurs repelled an or-
frnn7Pil Hrlffsli invnslnn. whintnr tlin
Wn,ker elnblenliUlc of the iutel,
,eum olinlnploni)hlpf by olB,lt
ma(cllcs ,a Soulh toni N.
y an(1 clniinilllng th(J inva(Hng pUal.
anx inter in the national tournament
at lirookline, Mass.. won by Jesse
' Swoetser. Cyril J. H. Tolley, former
, British champion, was the last sur
vivor among his countrymen in this
1 event, losing in the semi-finals to R.
E. Knepper, of Princeton nnd Sioux
City, la., who previously also had put
out W. P.. Torrance, another English
1 star. Roger Wethered nnd John Cav
I en weie other prominent invaders who
t fell by the wayside.
Women's golf produced two keen
1 contacts with .Mrs. William A. Gavin,
formerly of New York, carrying Eng
land's colors on botii occasions to the
final round. Mrs. Gavin defeated Miss
Alexa Stirling, former American
queen of the links, by two and one,
for te anadian championship but in
, the American title event, at White
Sulphur Spiings, W. Va., was eonquer
! ed by Miss Glenna Collett by a margin
of live and four.
i Walter Hoover, Dulutli oarsman,
achieved a notable triumph for Amer
ica when lie captured the historic
Diamond trophy in the English Hen
ley legatta on the Thames. Hoover
advanced easily through preliminary
contests and in the final race deci
sively defeated J. BereM'ord, Jr., Eng
land's crack sculler, who was beaten
in the Olympic championship in 1920
by Jack Kelley, American champion,
who has since retired from active
competition. Hoover's victorj abroad
followed his success in tho Gold Chal
lenge Cup singles at Philadelphia,
wheio he defeated the pick of Ameri
ca's amateur oarsmen, besides Hilton
Belyea, Canadian champion.
Yachting Contsts Close
In jnchtlng, America six-metre craft
won the British-American Cup in a
series of six team races with English
rivals in Long Island by Sound by tho
close scare of 111 to 104 points. Tho 1
model yacht championship also went
to tills country when the miniature
craft, Polkadot, owned by E. A. Bull, '
oi' Brooklyn, won three straight race3
fioin the English Endeavor, owned
by W. J. Daniels, of London, ina ser
ies off Iiayslde, Long Island.
The Canadian fishing schooner
Bluenose lelained the international'
trophy, defeating the American clial-1
longer, the Henry Ford, in two out of
tlu co races off Gloucester, Mass., aft
er an initial contest, won by the
American boat, had been thrown out
by officials because of a false start.
England's challenge for long dis
tance swimming honors among wo
men failed of victory when Miss HIda
James finished third to Miss Gertrude
Edorle and Miss Helen Wainwright,
American stars, in a three-mile en
durance test in New York Bay. Miss
James aiso met defeat at shorter dis
tances in competition with this coun-
' tj.-s lmrnl!lms
' Areentina's brilliant
fresh from victory In the British open
ciiamplonshlp, triumphed in the Am
erican open title event at Bumson,
N. J., wheie one Anglo-American, one
Irish and four 'American teams also
qontested for honors. Later in the
season the South American met de
feat twice in a row at tho hands of
the Meadow Brook "Big Four", a com
bination which represented this coun
try's best and had captured tho years
before the International Hurlinghnm
Cup from England.
Willie Hoppo scored another victory
for America in professional billiards,
defeatir.;' a picked field composed of
two other American and three Europ-
oan stars in an international tourna-
ment in Novombor and regaining tho
title he lost tho year before to Jako
Roger Conti, of France;
Edouard Horemans, of Bolglum; and
Erich Hagonlachor, of Germany, re
presened the host of Europe's cuo
stars in tho tourney.
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H. 0. & S. Co - 13
Oahu - 3-1
Olaa 7 -6
Pioneer 26 &
Engles - 1.415
Walalua - 29 "a
Wailuku . ...i 29 'b
Haiku - - 25
Honolulu Oil 7'i
San Carlos 2G
Haiku Fruit is selling on its ncv
No session .of .Honolulu stock ev-
change tomorrow or Monday.
Wailuku Hipp Owen Moore in "Rs-i
ported Missing," and-a good comedy.
Kahului Theater Special appearance 1
of Laszlo Schwartz, violinist-coni-poser-author-cartoonist.
in "Table Top Ranch" and al6o ,
fourth episode of "Adventures of
Puunene Theater Special Feature,
Mae Murray In "Fascination" also
"Winners of the West."
j Haiku Theater-Comedy.
Wailuku Hipp Bebe Daniels and
James Klrkwood in "Pink Gods."
Kahului Theater Owen Moore in
Puunene Theater Frank Lloyd's pro
duction "A Tale of Two Walls" and
also "No Brains," a comedy.
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Camp 1 Theater Jack Hoxie in "Dead
or Alive" and also "Winners of the
M. A. Theater, Paia Wanda Hawley
In "Bobbed Hair" and also "Tarzan"
Haiku Theater Good Comedy.
SUNDAY NIGHT x
Wailuku Hipp Last appearance of
Laszlo .Schwartz, eminent violinist
composer who has been engaged for
Sunday evening by special request.
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