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DAILY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1022.
FIVE s T Yi HIGH NOTES Oiherwise Known As Overtones Dramatics Editorial Staff JUNIOR NOTES : Errol von 1'empsK.v It-It lor llnno- Editor-in-chief Donald Fujiyoshi. lulu on the S. S. Kilauen, Saturday Assistant editor Eva Young. 'night. From then? he will proceed Senior class reporter and personal to the mainland. He intends to 1,0 Keinard Watson. I to Jack London's ranch, at. (lien Ellen, Junior class reporter and filler Ah ' in California. Sung Lum. Sophomore class reporter and boy sports Clarence Pereira. Freshman class reporter and coming events Myrtle Tanaka. Special reporter for girl sports Rebecca Goodness. Special reporter to Elizabeth Walsh. We should all he proud oC Miss Uatsue Kanda, who is now attending the Hornell High School in New York. She was on the honor roll of that school. One of lior classmates re ceived a letter from her 'vcently. She dramatics wrote that she is the only oriental in 1 that school. Special reporter for special occas-j sions Edith Hao. Special reporter covering faculty and office Esther Ogawa. ; Specials reporters covering train,; station and corridor Frank Sommer-: field, Agnes Deinert. j EDITORIAL The meet ins of our football team; wlih the llilo Athletic Association! was nol a friendly one and it could not. be well understood. The misun derstanding of the game added a new j commotion. The tickets were well sold I and the interest of the public was ' .treat but our players, who had fed I the Dshes hard, were not able to play the game. It finally came to a con clusion. The game was postponed to Saturday, which was our scheduled u''v ! saying, "She was a blonde, had won- The players were well fed, like the (lo,.u, pV(?s am, oh by tlle way, fishes, after the defeats. They enjoy- rereira 1)e aRke(I mp who you WPre ed greatly riding, attending dinners, . The nlvstPlv was solveil , u was and the wonderful scenery. ' about HOnle fai). one , thc C,escent Yells and songs were exchanged at city. No won(pr they were po enthu t lie harbor and every one departed 1 sj.lit ic with a hearty shake and smile. ! ,g, The reason of our defeat was a THANKSGIVING DAY IN HILO lack of spirit, so let. us all, the Gossip On The Train This week Tuesday, the Fifth day of Hecember the Year of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty Two, our foot ball boys arrived home from Hilo without the bacon but. with a bit of enthusiasm. This enthusiasm was readily known that same morning. A passenger seeing many groups of lads in the boys' coach, would have thought that a hot discussion of French, Latin or of some Geometrical problem was in session. Hut the fun niest thing was that the discussion was centered around the footba'l players who had been in Hilo and not in school. Then what was it all about? Hut alas! The most enthusiastic speaker over-enunciated his words The two one act plays that "The Puka Nanl Hui" will put on at the Paia Community House on December , 16, are progressing rapidly towards a roaring success under the excellent directorship of Miss Johnson. Due to the extended illness of the club's business and advertising man ager, Miss Sadie Whitehead, a special meeting was held to appoint a tempo rary manager. After the performance there will be a dance, for which excellent music will be provided The "Maker of Dreams" which Is a very picturesque and airy play has a very able cast, which consists of the Misses Doris Itair and Clara Cambra and Mr. Floyd Iirown. The short humorous sketch "At the Movies" will afford much entertain ment, as the character of the playlet Is one you are liable to see in any small town theater. It will be ably presented by the Misses Lucy Rald win, Kinnia Tavares, Elizabeth Walsh and the Messrs. Frank Somnierfield and Walter Walker. All eggs and vegetables to be park ed at the entrance and used us need ed. It is said that Prescott became blind when someone hit him in the eye with a biscuit. If he had been hit with some Freshman's biscuit, he would have gone to the summit of Haleakala. Pigskin Artists Get Real Welcome From Hi Student Body jr three. They all Jj were heartily wel- !j imbly hall by the Jj; Students of Maui Hi, cooperate and back our school for victory. In The Kitchen Most of the football boys who were in Hilo on Thanksgiving day were thinking about home at lunch time. Why? Because they missed their roast turkey, cranberry sauce, mince and pumkin pies. Oh, ni-ni! in-in! all the good "kaukau" they missed at home on Thanksgiving day, although they claimed they had roasted duck. The boys reported a good time but One of the cooking girls was asked to .make sauce one day. She placed the pot containing the ingredients up on till' oil stove and stirred the con tents for fifteen minutes. But still, the sauced failed to thicken. She , they could not forget Maui. U'us -nnrli'tncr rliv il lwl tint thick- en when she discovered thai she had failed to light Ihe stove. One day the cooking girls were making cream puffs. As these puffs rose beautifully, the girls were na- j II.. .1 . .!...!.. ..1.111 ..1....T I .many piouu ul in my.,.. i.ui .... . i Evidently Beauties lien t no niuiiin-pan w as umen our oi the oven, Ihe w-inderful, wonderful puffs fell Hat, and what a fall the girls prides suffered! LOST I A perfect set. of Heart. Throbs. Finder return to one Alfred Rego, ; Maui Thrill Association, Hamakuapo ' ko, Maui. -"The Hilo girls are real COMING EVENTS L. V. girls." Mr. J. "You mean they are reel (movie) girls." A. D. "So you didn't lose your head in Hilo." , . . ,. . U. G. "No but I lost my heart." In appreciation ol the time and, work the gir'.s put into raising money ! Migg AIma Ross ,mg ,eft for Calilor. lo send the fooiball squad to Hilo, nia wnp,.e 8,)e wi unUprg0 tr(.iltIient the boys of Maul High have promised , for her astlmla(ic (roube. to back the girl's basketball team, "to j Hi.- limit" if I hey wait to play any j Mr. Judd says that he spent the hull- intei-island games. days investigating the troubles of The Christmas holidays commenc ed at noon December 15. They will be more welcome than usual because the mental tortures of examinations will be absent. The High School year is divided into two semesters and the midyear examinations are taken February. Turkey. He decided its greatest mis fortune had been that it lost its head. As it is with the most of us. P. W. "How many studies are you carrying?" in : A. R. "I'm carrying one and drag- ! ging three." -tt' Maui Hi is proud of Mr. Linton, ' A. S. L. "Did your teacher go to who is a graduate of Maui Hi, and the mountain this Thanksgiving?" has been appointed assistant profes-: Eddie R. "Not mine, she believes Three of our faculty, Miss Alvord, Miss Iiuell and Miss Blanchard, spent the Thanksgiving vacation on a trip to the crater. They started at noon on Friday and reached there in the evening. They found themselves in an entirely different atmosphere. It was so cold that water left outside of the Rest House froze before morn ing. Saturday night was spent, at a cave within the crater. On Sunday afternoon they reached home and on Monday morning they were at their daily routine without apparent fatigue. Tin-ought the entire vacation Mr. Judd remained at home, hoeing in overalls in his garden. Miss Wobbs was a guest at Mrs. Cameron's on Thanksgiving. AN AWFUL OUTRAGE The idea of putting a Japanese post er in an American High School where everyone speaks English; This is more than some people can stand. The President of the Student Body must be indulging in Japanese. (F. B. how do you get that way?) Watch out for tar and feathers. The High School fooiball team re turned to school on Tuesday morning. All of the boys were piesent with the exception of two or three. They all y appeared well and corned in the assembl; school. The school was given a surprise when W 16 girls, dressed in white, and three : Sj teachers entered the auditorium and jt marched up to the stage. Each one j jfj wore a placard bearing the nickname ; Nj of the football boy she represented. 1 J) They sang a song and then, led by K Miss Davis, they gave a yell for the i W team, after which they went to their ,U seats. ! jlj Mr.. Judd asked "Coach Humphrey jjjj II" to speak and she did. She wel- Jj corned the boys and assured them that we were proud of them. "Frog II" was the next to speak and she in turn called upon Frog I. By this j time the girls representing the other players were seen removing their : placards in order to escape Mr. ' Judd's .notice. j Captain Aki's representative was j called upon and she also turned the work over to Captain Tommy. If the ; girls expected to surprise the Bchool , they had the tables turned on them, i Many were the sighs of relief when Mr. Judd stopped calling on the girls and turned his attention to Mr. Humphrey. Tells of Trip Mr. Humphrey spoke of the re ception of our team at Hilo and of the games played. A few of the football players were asked to speak and the school learn ed of a new football formation which the boys formed on board the boat. This was the "rail formation" and it was formed when the boys decided to feed the fishes of the 'Alanuihaha' channel. They were eloquent in their praise of the Hilo girls and their entertain ment; however, they must be glad to get back to Maul after having been stuffed with 'Chop Suey' and duck while in Hilo. The speakers thanked the girls for their aid in raising funds and at a second meeting the manager of the team pledged the boys' support in anything undertaken by the girls and promised their aid in sending the girls' basketball team away to play inter-island games. CHRISTMAS BUYING TIME Yes, the holidays are right on you and you haven't started shopping. All riht, come on. TOYS. You will find all sorts of them, for the little tots and the bigger kiddies a lare fine assortment. CHINESE GOODS. We have them J.nd there is lovely pottery and other things. Get Chinese things at a Chinese store. Useful gifts, things to wear are always acceptable. T AM CHONG LOWER PAIA. MAUI MAUI HI LOSES The game was hard fought and it seemed as if the Maui boys were lost in the Hilo field. It was not, however, that we found the Hilo team better than ours for they were not, but we missed our rooters. Tommy Aki played his best at quarter and so did the rest of the team. The game started off in our favor but in the second quarter the Hilo team scored a touchdown by kicking the ball from Leslie's arm and running off for a touchdown. In the last quarter Tommy Aki made a touchdown but the linesman could not understand how Tommy could beat the forward pass and catch It behind the goal posts, so he was called back for being offside. The game ended with a tune of 6-0. MACHINE SAVES TIME My new HEMSTITCHING MACHINE has arrived and enables me to turn out such work more rapidly. Dresses, shirts and pyjamas made to order. TATSUE HANAKA In Taisho Shoten GIRLS' SPORTS sor in Columbia I'niverslly. in low grades." SUITS TO ORDER Two members of our firm have studied tailoring in Mainland schools and hold diplomas. KOREAN MERCHANT TAILOR CO. PUUNENE ROAD KAHULUI P. O. BOX 40 Orders accepted for anything in Men's Clothing. P. O. Box 86 Phone 135 Office Hours: Sundays 8 to 12 A. M. 8 to 12 A. M., 7 to 8 :30 P. M. DR. H. K. TATEKAWA, O. D. Office in the Home Supply Co., building Kahului. Basketball Thursday night, the night we ar rived in llilo, we played a basketball game. Although we lost, the players must be credited with the following things: 1. We played without our regular team. ; 2. Maui Hi lias not played basket ! ball this year. 3. There was never a game on i Maui where there were 20 minutes ! halves. The score was 11-9 in the first half with Hilo Hi leading. The Maui Hi girls' basketball team will travel to Honolulu some time this winter. The girls have been practic ing regularly at the Wailuku Gymna sium. It is reported by an onlooker that they are doing fine and he would not be surprised to see them win in the near future. The Freshman indoor baseball team will play the Pala 8th Grade on Thurs day. The captain of the team is very confident that they will win the game. Friend Peace Scholarship j A letter , announcing this year's "The Friend Peace Scholarship", was received by Mr. Judd. The purpose of this scholarship is to promote friendly relations between Japan and America. Only Japanese students, .of either sex, not over 21 years of age of any high school senior class and those who have a high school diploma, are elig ible. Previous to the New Plan of 1922, which provides for the selection of students from the Territory, students from Japan were chosen and sent to mainland colleges and universities. This year there are a few students in our school who are planning to en ter this contest. The award of scholarship is decided by a contest based on total number of points .as follows: character 3 points, scholar ship 2 points, physique 2 points, essay In the second half, our boys, not j on international Relations 2 points accustomed to playing 20 minutes ! anj participation in school activities halves, had to be fully recruited by : i point. The subject lor this year's otlier football players who knew very e.SSKy is "The Case Against Dual little of basketball. j Citizenship in Hawaii." The score finally stood 24-11 with! ,3. llilo on lop. YOU CAN HAVE JpVe& American-Maid or Ccsssss Lream Bread (Made with Flelschman's Yeast) Sent to you by Parcel's Post i LOVE'S BISCUIT Just give your " AND BREAD CO. standmg order to HONOLULU , Tennis j Arthur and I.eong Vee showed up j fine by rubbing Mr. Detrick and Vaile, champions of the Ilig Island, in a: .tennis match in Hilo courts last Sun-. ; day. Although the match stood in j favor of the Hilo players, the Vee j boys showed real tennis ability. j ! Iiut when it came to playing; , doubles the Yee brother gave them j the rub of their lives by holding, them I in the first game to a tune of 8-6! ! and tying the second game 6 6. Then! the llilo players called the game off! on account of being fatigued, which ! I liehl our boys from giving them a ! good razzing. The scores stood: Singles - Dei rick, 6-6; Arthur Vee, 3 4; Vaile, 6 6; Leong Yee, 4-2. , Doubl.s Vaile-Detric.k 8-6, Yee ! Iiros. 6 6. Thrift Essay Contest The oflice has received a notice of a thrift essay contest which began on November 15 and will close on December 15. The students who are eligible t.o enter this contest are di vided into five groups: l-4th. andGth. grades, ll-6th. and 7th. grades, 111 8th. grade, 4-Freshmen and Sophmore, 5-High School Juniors and Seniors. Kach contestant is permitted to choose his or her own subject, provid ed it pertains to some phase of thrift. The essays written by students in groups I and II should exceed 150 words in length. In groups III, IV and V the maximum length is 250 words. Fourteen prizes are to be awarded in each group: first prize $10; second prize $$5; third prize $3; fourth prize $2 and ten prizes of $1 each. DRESS MAKING PARLORS Puunene Ave., Kahului Phone C8-A -rrrTTTrrrrrrrrrrrr KAHULUI RAILROAD C0S MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT MAUI DISTRIBUTOR OF CHAS. A. SCKiEREN C0S DUXBAK Leather Belting and Lacing and CEMENT TELEPHONES NOS. 201-202-203. KAHULUI, MAUI, T. H. NOTICE All persons are hereby forbidden to hunt upon any and all lands owned or controlled by the Raymond Ranch without first hav ing obtained permission in writing from the manager of said ranch. Said permit must be carried at fill times and shown upon demanded by any employee of tho Ranch. Any persons caught hunting on the above mentioned lands without such permit will be prosecuted as provided for in Act 4, S. L. 1919, amending Section 607 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, relative to unauthorized hunting upon private lands, and to provide for the punishment thereof. RAYMOND RANCH (SIGNED) ANGUS MCPHEE, MANAGER. IE Save Time and Expense VEN though you cannot find time or allow yourself the expense of frequent trips to Honolulu, you can keep in constant touch with the Stock Market through the Investment Department of the Trent Trust Company. In quiries and orders may he made by mail or radio, and will receive as prompt and conscien tious attention as they would if you were to deal in person. So to serve that we may continue to serve. tmiiT'T"'","MrinriiT RESTAURANT Food to tempt the apetite of the most fasti ins and de licious enough to set before a king. T. AH FOOK Kahului 5 i t i