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SIZE 'J THREE YARDS FOR 25 CENTS
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SIZE 1G 12 CENTS PER YARD
SIZE 22 15 CENTS PER YARD
SIZE 40 E0 CENTS PER YARD
SIZE GO 25 CENTS PER YARD
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COLLEGE RIBBONS, ALL SCHOOLS IN HAWAII
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Local and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
ALAKEA STFEET NEAR HOTEL.
made a perfect score in t.ir Endurance Rnco around the Isl
and. It only used 4 3-4 gallons of g'soLne and a half a pint of oil. It
did not have to bother about water at all. as it is an AIR-COOLED CAR.
Being an Air-Cooled car it is a light car.
Unnecessary wsight means loss of power. Revair bills. Gasoline
bills. Tire expense. Awkwardness. Discomfort. Danger.
Every pound of superfluous wcijht means more work for your en
gine to do. Your horse-power doesn't do so much less speed, slower work
en the hills. What's the use of buy ng high horse-power and throwing
it away on weight?
A heavy, complicated, water-cooled engine has more to get out of
order than an air-cooled engine Tint Means More Eenair-Dills. A heavy
automobile injures itself by jarring. That Means MofP Repair-Bills. A
heavy automobile wears out tires fast Still More Expense. A heavy au
tomobile is hard to manage That Means Danger.
There is no comfort possible, under average touring conditions, with
a heavy stiff-frame half-spring machine.
We have just received a Model D 1008 Franklin Touring Car and it
you are looking for a light, powerful, elegant car, this is the one ynu
Let us give you a demonstration. Our Model G car just at hand has
been sold, but we have more G Tour.ng and G Runabouts on the way and
can show them to you in a few weeks
E. O. Hall fc Son,
Also A Short "Spiel"
Ch.iniclcrl.od every minute of tho
play y the hardest kind of lighting,
llio (ImniploiiHlilii name yesterday af
ternoon bolwcen tho sockcr (ootluill
loins of O.1I111 College mid Knr.icha
moha Schools will go sown in lulor
ichohistlc sporting history us one of
tho most Keenly fought (ontcsts that
lma ou-r been pulled off on 11 locnl
gridiron. Tho gmimlmonnt much to
both icimiB nml they1 wnnt at It wltti
tho do-or-illo determination. Kvcry
man worked hard cm each team, but
tho honor foil in McKonzto of llio
Knius to scoro tho only goal, thereby
u Inning the gunio mid tho champion
ship for his school.
After tho first and only score wiib
made, there wero hut little odds on
either team. Tho hall vacillated hack
nml forth over tho long stretch of
tho MnMltl Hold. First tho lads from
1'unahou College, unxlous to retrieve
their lost laurels, would dribble tho
hall down In fiont of tholr oppon
ents' goal, only to have It hooted far
out of danger by tho trusty fullbacks
or goal-tender; then the Kama would
as straightway work tho pigskin
down In front of tho collego boys'
goal, but tho lesult was nlwnys the
same. It was kicked out of danger.
Onco tho huHkles with tho yellow
itrtpos mound their shirts caniu
within an m-o of ncoilug, mid ll was
onlv tho wonderful headlong dive ui
goal-tender I'uaol almost the length
of tho goal pos.tR, that topped the
ball In Its shoot helweuu the sticks
that would hue made the stoiti an
even bieak. Tho Btop was leully one
of the most sensational happenings
of die (III), nml the Kuin fcii.il-lciiili.i
.!.'.cmiM it gie.it deal of eirdll lor II
1'ho scene would uuduubtvdl) lmu
mded a tlo had It not been for his
l''!ig-rhnneo plunge, for thero was
onh about three iiilnmcs more play
ing I lino.
After tho ganio was ended, and tho
championship decided, the Knniehn
uieh.i unlforiiii'd Iioh crowded around
their gladiators unit cheered them
to the echo.
Umpire .1. C. AmfothOii, who Is him
seir .1 otuniu lit the ganio besides
l.elnj; one of tlm best players In town,
MM! eminent satisfaction ns tho olll
clnl boss of tho contest. Mr. Auder
kiii Ih the coach of tho winning team,
mid It la largely thiougb his efforts
Unit It attained tho degreo of perfec
tion It mm- has, but ho did not allow
nn taint of favoritism to tonio Irtlu
his decisions oil this account.
Lack of conceited train-work
seems to bo tho most lamentable fea
ture of all tho school games hare,
i.nd It was app.uent In yesterday's
contest to n marked degree. Tho
M-liouls and colleges In the States tiro
famous for Ihelr team-work. Tho men
there practice and practice, and then
piartlto soino more, nml all the time
possible, In order that every man may
know Just what overy otiior mini la
going to ilc, iind Jiow he la going to
do It. Collego tcmiiB on tho Coast
and all over tho United Stales many,
many times win groat games against
suporlnr Individual players simply
lie"nuo thoy havo that ucnutirul art
of teamwork developed to a degreo
uhero It becomes second nature.
That's tho key-uoto of a winning ag
gregation work together play ns a
unit; not each man for Individual
glory. Moro concerning this team
work proposition will ho said in
these columns n't a later date.
Tho llnc-up of tho teams yestor
diy was as follows:
Kams Goal, I'uaol; full backs,
Whiting, Hal; liulfu acks, Knllmapo
I111, Lota, Knlimiamokii; forwards,
McKenzlo, Smytho, Muuay, Kamalo
OilU Collego O011, Doifgo; full
barks, ,1. Williams, I)ayl; half backs,
1'iazler, Altlnii, lloogs; forwards, Mon
Mu, Townsend, l.ynmii; W. DimIiu, .1.
Hi'feieo.I. C. Anderson.
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The Mvrtle l'oat Club held their
annual meeting hut night la tho Mr
CnidlrsH Inillillng. It was tlrrhled to
in mu age tho local schnnr and 1111
ligeo to Includo row I nu In theh spmt
Honolulu people never had such
an opportunity to seo themselves as
others seo them ns will ho afforded
at tho Hawaiian Opera Ilouso next
Saturday night when Mr. llonino will
glvo mi exhibition of his moving pic
tures for tho benefit of tho trmis
I'.iclllc yacht fund.
Take, for lustaurc, tho surf at
Laupahochoo, on the Island of Ha
waii. Hverjnnc who lias en or visited
tho Islands has heard ot tho roll of
tho Klnau at that port; nomo proplo,
11 majority, perhaps, havo not been
lufflrlcutly Interested liVtho Bcascapo
to pay attention to It 011 tho occasion
of the visit, but Mr. Ilonluo brings
the scene Into tho Opera Houso and
flimva them how.
A plcturo of turkey feeding at llu
tmiula suggests the life of llio small
tanner, but when the activity of a
sheep ranch is shown on tho screen
gio-iter things aro suggested. An
other Interesting subject Is tho float
nt Wnlklkl whero tho boys enjoy
llietmelvcs In tho afternoons. The
fatej of tho swlmnieis nro easily ice-,
ognl-'.nhlo and Interest la added to tho
Col. Johnson will ho seen nt Ihe
head of his company In tho silent
drill and again In real life with thu
members of tho Diamond Head Ath
letic Club In feats of strength. Tho
tickets for tho great show aro on salo
at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., at popu
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Kiln Wheeler Wilcox will ho on tho
entertainment list nt tho Seastdo
when tho great "dlddlpgs" for llio
benefit of tho yacht Is pulled off Kefc.
22. It Is rnported that sho will ro
clto with great fooling her own
louchlng pncmlct outltlod "Sailing a
Catboat During Dog-doys."
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Golfers, tnko notice. A largo at
tendance Is expected at Halolwa Sun
day. Tho winner of tho meet, who
was decided In a street-corner conver
sation Iiiat night, has slgnltlcd his In
tention ot buying,
Additional Sports on Page 7
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