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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922.
PAGE TWO SPORTS Happy Agreement Reached by League And Fair Association All differences between the East Maui League, the Maul County Fair i Racing Association and the Athle tic committee were settled at a meet ing which was held Wednesday atter noon at Paia between members of the league, trustees of the Associa tion and the chairman and some of the members or the Athletic commit tee. As a result of the meeting per fect harmony is restored. The East Maul League is to con tinue to function and is to have the encouragement and the moral support of- the Fair and Racing Association and its Athletic Committee. However, it withdraws its previously arranged baseball schedule and will prepare another. It is declared not to be the intention of the new league to con flict with the affairs of the Associa tion. On the contrary, there will be a team from the Taia Haiku section in the All Maui baseball league, of which team Harold W. Rice has con sented to be the manager. The team will play on the Kahului Fair Grounds and has even been so generous as to agree to forego claims for shares of the receipts so that all net pro ceeds might go to the Association. Local games are to be conducted by the new league so that there will be sports for the residents of those sections close to home. They will take the nature of "junior" events and will develope material -which the Haiku and the Taia Athletic Clubs can use in major competitions. Wednesday's meetings developed a . strong "get together spirit" on the part of all in attendance, it is report ed by those who were there and the outcome was all that had been hoped for. Official Figures Tell Of Paddock's Running Owing to an errors In the report given to Maul News of the time in which Charlie Paddock ran the 100, 60, and 60 yard distances at the Wai luku field last Sunday afternoon, an error was made by this paper and is corrected. Paddock established new time in two turf events and tied a third. His time for the 100 yards 9:3-5 seconds, lowering the previous record of 9:4-5. The fifty yard distance he covered in :5 1-5, clipping two fifths of a second from the former turf record. The 60 yard distance was equalled, Paddock crossing that mark at :6 2-5 which time had been previously es tablished. Before leaving Maui on Monday night Paddock predicted a good future in store for Dick Penhallow, the Maui runner who competed against Pad dock both in Wailuku and Honolulu. i. The Sportfolio How many one-hit games were pitch ed in the major leagues last season and who pitched them? (H. S. B.) What college holds the intercollegiate wrestling title? (R. N. R.) By how much did Jim Barnes defeat Hutchinson in their golf match last fall? (E. T.) What racehorse holds the world's rec ord for the mile and a furlong? (W. W. H.) Was Ty Cobb in the army during the war? (C. L. O.) ANSWERS TO TUESDAY'S QUERIES Ruth made fifty-nine home runs in 1921 and during his first four years with Boston his best year was 1917, when he made forty hits. During recent years Jeffries has held the heavyweight title the longest, from his defeat of Fitzimmons in 1899 to his defeat by Johnson in 1910. Jake Schaefer holds the world's rec ord average for billiards 200, made in his game with Cochran last November. Lawrence B. Rice, who ranks ninth among American tennis players, is a resident of Newton Center, Mass., and a former Yale tennis star. Emil Meusel batted .345 during the last World Series ; Bob Meusel bat ted .200. r FOR EASTER WEAR SHOES FOR LADIES AND GIRLS With the moderate hightops or in pumps and low walk ing styles. Latest designs from lasts that will please the most discriminating purchaser. In white, tan, and gun metal finish. There are dancing pumps in a wide variety and Mahogany and white oxfords. A large line of newest and better white canvas shoes. These are but a few of the large shipment from the mainland that have been placed on display. Come and see them. Wailuku Hardware & Grocery Co., Ltd. Main and Market Streets, Wailuku Phone 214 MAUI WELDING SHOP R. C. DUSOE, Manager Phone 266-A. Maui Garage Building No Baseball Saturday In Junior League, Two Games Sunday There will be no game In the junior baseball series on Saturday afternoon The contest scheduled to be played on that day between the Sakura and Maui Hi nine has been postponed to a later date in order that it will In no way conflict with the Wild West show that is being held ou the same date on the Kahului Fair Grounds under the auspices of the Maul County Fair and Racing Association. Sunday the regular doubleheader will greet the fans and it is probable that the postponed game of Saturday may be played Sunday morning. The opener Sunday will bring together the Sakura and Asahi teams. A good game Is expected owing to the im provement in the Sakuras playing which enabled them to defeat the hardest hitting team in the series last Sunday when the Sports went down before their deluge of hits and runs. The second game, Waihee versus Sports, Is in doubt as to ultimate out come. The Waihees will have had to improve greatly over last Sunday to take any laurels from the Sports. The games will start at 1:30. Longest Schedule of Tennis Tournaments Arranged for Season NEW YORK, March 27 (Associ ated Press Mail) Increased tourna ment competition throughout the country is indicated by the schedule for 1922 announced by the United States Lawn Tennis Association. More than 230 events for men and women have been sanctioned and in addition there will be a series of tournaments for juniors, boys and girls, which will bring the list of official events well over three hundred. This is the larg est number that has been sanctioned by the National body. All the sec tional and state championships which have been held in former years find a place on the 1922 schedule. The most notable feature, however, is the activity of clubs that have not previ ously held open tournaments but which intend to conduct such events this summjr. While the Executive Committee of the United States Lawn Tennis Asso ciation has recommended to the fourteen countries which will compete for the Davis Cup this year the first two rounds in this contest be played in Europe, the schedule has been so arranged that if necessary these events ean be conducted in the United States without seriously interfering with sanctioned tournaments. To permit this arrangement, it was found neces sary to increase the time devoted to grass tournaments. The Rhode Is land championship and the Longwood tournament have each been advanced a week in July so that a series of events on grass can be played in New England. This will be followed by a similar series near New York, working up to the National Doubles Champ lonship and the Singles Championship As in 1921, the Doubles will take place at Boston and the Singles at Philadel phia. The challenge round of the Davis Cup Contest will be played at the West Side Tennis Club beginning September 1. The Women's National Championship also will be held there the week of August 14th. The Junior and Boys' events and the Veterans' Doubles Championship will be played in Boston in connection with the Men's Doubles Championship. An in novation is the new date of the Girls' National Championship which will be held at the Philadelphia Cricket Club the same week as the Men's Singles. The latter tournament has - been awarded to the Germantown Cricket Club. The Clay Court Championship has been awarded to Indianapolis upon recommendation of the Western Lawn Tennis Association and will begin July 10th. June 26th is the date for the Inter-Collegiate Championship, which will take place at the Meriop Cricket Club in Philadelphia. Poor Fih The regular Customer "I think I'll have some fish." The French Waitress "Pardon, Monsieur, the fish he is not well to day." London Opinion. Wailuku California-Missouri Star Athletes in Dual Track Meet BERKELEY, Calif., April 13 (As sociated Press) . Two i great all around athletes, Brutus Hamilton of the University of Missouri, and Jack Merchant of the University, of Cali fornia, will get into action against each other when , their teams oppose each other in a dual track meet here April 15. Hamilton, captain of the visiting team, holds the American decathlon record, doing 12 feet in the pole vault, 43 feet in the shot put, 23 feet 4 Inches in the broad jump, 100 yards in 10 and 1-5 seconds, throws the discus 135 feet, the javelin 180 feet and high jumps 5 feet 11 inches. Merchant is not as versatile as Hamilton but it is thought he will take more points in Saturday's meet. Merchant throws the hammer 168 feet has broad jumped 23 feet 1 inch, puts the shot 42 feet, throws the discus 130 feet, the javelin 170 feet and can do the hundred yard run In 10 sec onds. California's coach, Walter Christie, believes that his team, which won the national title at the Harvard meet of the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America last year, will have little trouble in win ning from Missouri, which is report ed sending west the weakest Tiger team which has represented the Columbia university in many seasons, There will be fourteen men on the Missouri team and fifteen on the Call fornia squad. California's team will be selected from the following men: A. B. Craw, 100 yards and 220. J. Blemer, 440 and relay. G. Pierce, 880. H. Henderson, high hurdles and re lay. M. E. Van Sant, low hurdles. H. Neff, low hurdles Pop Fisk, mile. Brick Muller, high jump, discus and javelin. W. Kitts, mile. G. Knowlten, two mile. C. M. Dorr, two mile. P.. Boren, broad jump. D. Dalton, high jump. A. G. Norrls, pole vault. D. Graham, pole vault. R. Berkey, discus C. C. Mathews, shot J. Witter, shot. Stanford Student Is Hoping For Record STANDFORD UNIVERSITY. Calif, March 29 (Associated Press) Glenn Hartranft, husky Standford sopho more, who has been throwing the 18 pound shot farther than it has been throw in ten years, hopes this year or next to put the big iron ball out far enough to smash the present world s record. At present the world mark for the event is 51 feet and was set by the late Ralph Rose. Hartranft early this season was putting the shot 50 feet and three quarters of an inch. Coach "Dink" Templeton of the Stanford track team is certain the big fellow win yet break the record. Hartranft does other things on the Stanford farm besides putting the shot. He is a fast man in the 100 yard dash and put the discus out 144 feet. In football he went in last year as a substitute guard. Hartranft registers from Fullerton, Calif. Last year when he was a fresh man, little was heard of him for he was not eligible to compete for the Cardinal. Oakland Fans Welcome Season at Home OAKLAND, Calif., April 10 (Asso ciated Press Mail) Fans of this city have been promised that the Oakland club of the Pacific Coast Baseball League will be just one hundred per cent Detter than the Oakland team which started the season of 1921. And the fans, in return, have Drom ised to support the team strongly, for this year it will be a real Oakland club and will play all home games in Oakland instead of only a few of them as in the past, when the home games, except Thursday and Sunday1 morning, were on the San Francisco diamond Manager Ivan Howard says the team is the best he has ever seen In a minor league. One reason for its strength, he adds, is the fact that it has a good pitching staff, of which Hod Eller, a world series hero for Cincinnati in 1919, probably will be the star. The other flingers are Herb Brenton, Buzz Arlett, Harry Krause, George Winn and Wiz Kremer. Oakland, of course, misses Hack Miller, Babe Pinelli and Louis Guisto, wno went up the majors this soring. Miller's hitting cannot be replaced, but in left field, where he played, Don Brown, who came to the club from Salt Lake, will be just "as good, if not Deuer, it is claimed. Pinelli's place at third will be filled by Bill Marriott a fast man who may make the fans forget the speedy Pinelli. At first base, where Guisto held forth, will be Jack La Fayette, a youngster from the oia Northwest League. With Marriott and La Fayette In the infield will be Jack Knight at second ana Hay Brueaker at short, Knight is continuing his "comeback' and expects to be stronger than ever this year, Claude Cooper and Dennle Wine will be veterans in the outfield At the bat. Brown will be leadoff man, Wilie second, Cooper third and then Knight as cleanup man, the post Aimer neia last year. This Looks Serious Judge "What's this man charged with, omcerY" Cop "Careless walkin', yer honor. Ua V , .1 J- . . . 1 . . , m uumpou iuiu a irucit ana Deni both fenders and the radiator." The American Legion Weekly. New Lahaina Burial Ground Site is Not Suitable for Purpose For the proposed new cemetery at Lahaina the site secured Is not Butt able and an exchange for another Bite will have to be made, it developed at i the meeting of the board of supervi sors Wednesday afternoon. Fortunate ly manager A. W. Collins of the Pio neer Mill Co. is willing to cooperate and he was quoted by Supervisor Fleming as saying that if the slr. deeded for the pupose is not suit able his company will be willing to make an exchange as it believed the one selected was what was needed and is interested in seeing that re quirements are met. The old cemetery has become over crowded and for a long time past Sanitary Inspector George Weight has objected to further burials there. After he had brought the subject be fore the supervisors numbers of time new site was selected.. The land was plotted and mapped but has not yet been used. In his letter to the board which was read on Wednesday he said the ground is unsuited for the purpose of burial, is full of boulders and Is not of clay or other suitable soil but gra velly and sandy. Supervisor Fleming told of his In vestigations. There is some three feet of good soil, it was shown by putting down ten test holes but be yond that depth, boulders, some of them very large are encountered. The ten test holes showed that only two were suitable for graves. Fleming said that tests are being made at an other location and if those prove satisfactory he believes an exchange can be made. It was also shown that to put the surface of the Bite in shape for cemetery ' purposes would cost the county a large sum for the removal of boulders. Meantime there appears nothing to be done except to continue the use of the old cemetery until a -satisfac tory burial ground is secured else where and the exchange of land made to vest the title. The site now be ing investigated is in the neighbor hood of the stone crusher in the di rection of Kaanapall but the road to it is good so that distance is not re garded as a very important factor. Another difficulty met . at Lahaina to secure a suitable site is that in the lower lands water is encountered at a shallow depth and further up the formation of the land is rocky and difficult for grave digging. HEARD IN PASSING While attending the performance of "Ladies Must Live" at the Hippo drome, Wailuku, laBt Wednesday evening I was very much interested In two young ladies that sat in front of me. Somehow I never did under stand women, and the fate of the dear little innocent creature in the picture seemed most uncertain, and the suspense had even me guessing but just as they were about to save her from the clutches of the villian, my two friends in front were having a most distressing time of it, how ever between "Sniffs' one of them made the alarming discovery after searching in vain that she had left at home her kind and faithful pow der puff, from then on the Interest of the picture was lost in the follow ing conversation. "Good gracious dearie, what on earth am I going to do? I know I look a sight, but a friend in need is a friend indeed and much to my surprise her friend with a sweet smile remarked; "Never mind, dearie, here use mine". "Its awfully sweet of you dear, Gee Whiz; what a beautiful odor your powder lias, is it some special kind that Billy sent you from New York?" "New York nothing dear; why I bought it right here in Wailuku at The Maui Drug Store, they have It in stock all the time, just ask for Garden Court" it is only sixty cents a box, I'm sure if you try it once you wil never use any other kind, dear." "How splendid, I will go in and get a box right after the show and, bye the way, I am going to treat you to a Milk Chocolate Sundae its the most delicious thing you ever tasted." "Oh I know what it is like. Why Alice served them at her party last week. I just knew she got them at the Maui Drug, they make a special ty of supplying Punch and Ice Cream to parties you know, all you have to do is ring them up and they deliver it right to your door at any time. "Say isn't that splendid, and it saves so much trouble, no wonder they call it "The Home Of Service." As I wandered back to my hotel I decided that I would take home a box of this Garden Court Powder to my wife, it must be pretty good to have won such praise from the two young ladies that "sniffed" in the show. Adv. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. At Chambers In Probate No. 1909 In the Matter of the Estate of Sueki chi Yoshihara, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the above estate are hereby notified to present the same duly authenticat ed even if scured by mortgag, to the undersigned at Paia, Maui. Territory of Hawaii, within six (6) months from date of first publication hereof or they will be forever barred. 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