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DAILY MAl'I NTAYS, FTMDAY, DKCEMP.KR 8, 1022. V Two Games Scheduled On Local Basketball League For Tonight Two si""1!' of basketball arc em the sport events card lor tnnilu. The tirsl game between Hie Alerts and l tic 1'aN is scheduled in start 'iroiapt ly al 7:3. this evening at t ho Wuituku Ujin. 1-cllowing the tirsl match, al ter u short intermission, the second contest v. ill beuin villi the v'hili"se Aiiicrica 1 team and the As. 'hi quintet opponents. A douh'cheailor ol basketball will be p'.ucd each IVidav nUiil at I ho Wailuku Alexander House gymnasium until th" league season winds ui on Januarj ill. Si it urns ao entered in ihc Central Lriisui'. The Alumni Alerts, Asahi, I'als, ,("hiiu se-Amel i I'aiis Maui Ui's and a kahului live. The schedule tor the remainder of i he season Is as fidlows: lioccniber S. UJJ Alerts vs Pals, Chinese' vs. Asahi. Dei ember 1.1. 1H22- Chinese vs Muai High. Kahului vs I'als. December 'J. :v22- Asahi vs Kahu lui. Alerts vs. Chinese. December 2:1. 1H22---Chinese vs. Ka hului. I'als vs Maui High. .lanuary 5, Alerts vs. Kahu lui, Maui High vs Asahi. January 1J. 11123 - Pals vs. Chinese (, liibitlon game). Kahului vs. Maul High. January 19. 1023 Asahi vs. Pals. Alerts vs. Maul High. -a- Four Honolulu Teams Want Grid Game Here Chartrand At Fault Is Assertion Made By Manager Spencer In the Churches Maul News In Its edition of Tues day, December 5th, published an arti cle given out in an interview with Four football teams from Honolulu PIer b' "Lefty" Chartrand, fu'.l- have requested names with a Maul back ol' the Wailuku football eleven or Ali Maui eleven, it became known j i the effect that Chartrand had yesterday afternoon. : ,,nm...,l iVmn Tnm Cum minima nml tlm l.ainehameha, the Honolulu inter- referee (initiating at the Wailuku-Ka- srlni astir chiiininons of this season. has written the chairman of the '"llui l'"0,ba11 Iast Sunj!,y aftel" spo.ts committee asking lor a came; noon a statement exonerating hini Makawao Union Church Sunday School, 10 a. in. Morning Worship, 11 a. ni. JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER fiHtimntos Furnished. Old Post Office Building, Wniluku Wailuku Union Church Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor, G:30 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Augustine Jones, minister. J The coming Sunday Is Forefathers J Day, and an account will be given of the nineteen figures representing as many centuries in the Spiritual Hall of Fame in New York. in the near future. St Louis who, in the last game of the scholastic season, handed the Kams a 22-7 de- from all fault and clearing him of charge of rough play which resulted j in his being barred from the gime j and penalty being imposed on Hie, Wailuku team. Players Statement t Chartrand in the interview told morning associated press dis-1 tW8 111111 fuen was me ciie; i to this paper told of a nation- l"at both Cummings and the reteio leal also have sent letters to Maui ' asking a game. An All Star aggre-! nation, probably similar to the wreck- ing crew that visited these parts last I v inter wants a contest here and yes- j lerday patelli Chinese Christian Church T. K. Yee, Minister. 10 a. ni., Sunday School. 11 a. m.. Morning Worship. 6:30 p ni. Christ ian Endeavor. Services in English and Chinese. The public is cordially invited. Pala Hawaiian Protestant Church Rev. Moses M. Kahlapo, Pastor. i When in Honolulu, stop at THE BLAISDELL (EUROPEAN PLAN) You can get a well-furnished, modern, light, cool, comfortable room for $1.50 per day up; . eat where you please. Child's Restaurant, operated in connection with the Hotel, offers highclass, modern ser vice at reasonable prices. We advise that you make Reservations in advance al -uard team planning to come here, had admitted lliey were m tlie wrong, lot .1 game next week. ! 1111,1 further declared thai Cumniing" The matter will be straightened to ":l(1 approached the releree tii,- best satisfaction by J. Garcia, Hie intermission, staling Chairman of the Sports Committee i"ese fads, and asked that Chartrand who went to Honolulu Wednesday j be reinstated. Chartrand added that night. While in Honolulu Garcia will "e referee admitted he had made make i lie necessary arrangements to I his decision hastily but that the de have a team come here. ! cision, once made, could not be re- J versed. mnmrit :W5'Y5r7r?'!fryT In the following letter to Maul News, A. S. Silencer, coach and man- Junior Christian Eudeavor 9:00 to 10:00. 5 Sunday school 10:00 to 11:00. 8 service ii:uu 10 iz:eu. in ji during' t.nristian tnueavor senior i.uu 10 vXXXXXSXX1VXXXXX , .VV p. 111. J. F. CHILD, PROPRIETOR Every Wednesday church meeting I 7:30 to 8:00. Every Friday church meeting 7:30 to 8:00. SERVICES IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES St. Anthony's Church Rev. Father Justin, Pastor. Masses 8 and 10 a. w. December Services If YOU are looking for Christmas presents which men of taste will appreciate, you will find our line of men's furnishings and clothing most suitable for gifts and quite con.plete in every detail. See our Mr. Dick Harris who is established at Room 23 in the Wailuku Hotel and has a line of goods from which you may choose. ANDRADE & CO., LTD. 1027 Fort Street, Honolulu Second Sunday Camp 1, Mass 8:30; Kuau, Mass at 10. Third Sunday Puunene 8:30; Keahua, Mass at 10. Fourth Sunday Kuau, Spen-1 8:30; Haiku, Mass at 10. Fifth Sunday Camp 1 j 8:30; ruunene, Mass at 10. Mass at , Mass at Mass al , raEESsRfleesosgisasn Better LkjhUiig Brings quick decisions Don't blame ths shop per for he?itat:r?. The color, finish and quality can only b seen where the lighting is correct For expert advice oo lighting, consult I I 1 J TO EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH Norwalk Tires and Tubes IS TRUE ECONOMY! The.-o (lies have established a record here in the Islands second to none for dependability and long service. A trial v.'ill convince you of NOR WALK superiority. Handled by Garages and Dealers everywhere. Look for the NORWALK Sign! Distributed by Theo. H. Davies & Co., LIMITED HONOLULU and HILO ager of the Kahului team takes ex-1 1 ception to the statement, declaring ! that such was not the case. I Meaning full justice to Chartrand, the statement by him was published ! al his request and in the same spirit Maui News publishes the letter ad- ; dressed to the editor from M cer. "Editor, Maui News: "In the December 5, issue of your ! paper an article headed 'Declares Chart rami O. K., Did Not Slug' was published. That part of the article which I take exception t.o reads as j follows: I "That "Lefty' Chartrand, fullback of the Wailuku football eleven was not ! wrong?" at lault and did not slug or in any j Son (twelve years old) I had a other way 'play dirty' in Sunday at'- terrible scene with your wife." Cap ternoon's game against the Kahului and Bells. squad, is the assertion made j ester-; day afternoon by Tom Cuimnings, the j Kahului back that was said to have 1 been the victim of the rough piay. "Cummings declared that at half time during the game he approached j the referee and told him that Chart- Our Lady of Victor Church ReT. Father Bruno. Masses 8 and 10 a. tn. n. Married and Single Pop (to his bright infant) "What's The Question JOHN A ROBINSON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Lahaina, Maui. T K. U. OGAWA JEWELERS and WATCHMAKERS We cater to the highest and low est, class trade. Watch and clock repairing. P. O. Box 315 Phone 265, Wailuku Singer Sewing Machines Cash or Easy Payment K. OHTA, Agent. Phone 160c. Wailuku. Main Street. M. KATO CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PLUMBER AND TINSMITH Wailuku, Maui Vineyard St. near High R. SHIBANO STORE Japanese Silks, Dry Goods, and Toilet articles. Kimonos made to order. Phone 40-B P. O. Eox 32 Market St. Wailuku OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. SIDNEY SHORT LINE Ventura to San Francisco, Jan. 2 5V& days to Coast Sonoma from San Francisco, Dec. 25. For particulars, etc., apply Ct BREWER & CO. LIMITED JENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU DO YOU WANT Tables, Chairs, Eeds, Stoves, or anything else to make a house a home? We have a large stock of second hand and rebuilt furniture and our prices are right. K. KIROSE Vineyard St., opposite Edwards Garage. Furniture bought and sold. JAPANESE GOODS A SPECIALTY J. ONISHI CENERAL MERCHANDISE KAHULUI. Japanese Mercantile Company GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 281-A. KAHULUI. T. ISHIZU Graduate Masseur Corrective Treatments for All Chronic Complaints Vineyard Street, near Wakiiyatua Fish Market Wailuku, Maui Phone 67-B rand hud not hurl him intentionally or unintentionally and asked to have Chartrand reinstated in the game. It is said the releree delared it impossi ble to reverse his decision once it was made and that he hud made his decision too hastily " Cummings Denies "Al tlie first .opportunity I ap proached Tom Cummings and re Quested an explanation. Evidently he did not read the article as he knew nothing about it. He emphati cally denied having made any such statements and publicly denounced the article as printed. "At no lime during the game or atlei did he approached the referee to have Chartrand reinstated in the game. That Chartarnd intentionally slugged Cummings with the palm of iiis hand is a fact which is verified by Tom Cummings and also by some of the spectators. Tommy Cummings denied having heard tlie referee make the statement that he (the referee) had made his decision too hastily and that it was impossible tor him to change his decision, once it was made. "Whoever gave the story as pub lished in your paper is certainly a clever fiction is I and I congratulate him for his efforts in endeavoring to reinstate Chartrand before the eyes i of tlie public. "To my knowledge, not the slight I est animosity exists between the Wai I luku and Kahului football teams. Ka hului has always been known to be ! clean spurts and advocators of clean sports. If the incident as occurred at the last football game would have ! been on our part, it would not have I been long before the guilty party would have been removed from the game and possibly from tlie team. We therefor would justly expect our opponents to do likewise. "If each manager would make his players realize that the length of time they will remain in the team would depend upon their clean sport man ship, I am sure a'l "dirty playing' would be eliminated. "1 hold no ill-feeling towards Chart rand whom 1 personally know, and the only object of my writing this let ter is to put the Kahului football team right as far as the referee's decision in putting Chartrand out of the game is concerned, and also to deny a statement which one of our players was accused of making. "Thanking you to give this article space in your valuable paper, I re main "Yours truly, "(Signed) A. S. SPENCER, "Manager Kahului Fuotball Team" Guide (on a London sightseeing ; bus) "Ladies and genlemen, we are' now passin' one o' the oldest pubiic- j 'ouses in the country." Passenger "Wot for?" London Punch. ; Paint and Beauty Paint is the great camoufieur. It makes beautiful many a commonplace or ugly thing. It preserves many a good thing from rot and deterioration. "Save the Surface and You Save AH" Dampness and rot have got to get through the surface to begin their destructive work. You can be sure that a house kept well painted will remain in good condition as long as it holds together. We have all sorts of paints for all sorts of pur poses, house paints, automobile enamels, furni ture enamels, roof paints, floor paints. Write us to ask what kind of paint we haven't got. Lewers & Cooke, Ltd. 169177 SOUTH KING ST. P. 0. Box 2930 Honolulu The Sportfolio Has Dartmouth ever won the East ern intercollegiate basketball title? (F. II. S.) For how many years did McLoughlin and Uundy win the doubles ten nis championship? (W. L. A.) How long did it take Fitzsinmons' to knock out Peter Maher? (J. N. B.) By how much did Paddock beat Wef er's record for the 220-yard run? (H. C.) What players composed the Brooklyn inlield during the World's Series of 1916? (E. S.) If you are tot now receiving the REXALL MONTHLY MAGAZINE please send your name for mailing list. The Magazine has recently been enlarged, and improved by the addition of stories by prominent writers and pictures of cur rent events. Answer To Yesterday's Queries Knapp rode Exterminator when he won the Kentucky Derby of 1918. Sybil Bauer clipped 3 1-5 seconds off Kruger's record for the 440-yard back stroke swim. The first Yale-Harvard football game was played in 1883, Yale winning 23-2. Sheldon Lajeune holds the world's record for throwing a baseball 426 reet 9V4 inches. Under tlie present rules of competi tion it costs 2000 to challenge for the billiard title. 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