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Air Cooled Facts
If a furnace required a high degree of heat to accomplish a given
lesult, would you put a water-jacket around the furnace to cool it?
Ihen why do it in an automobile?
A gasoline engine makes power by turning gasoline into heat. The
hotter you can run it without ignit lift your lubricant, the greater effi
ciency you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin air-cooled motor normally runs at about 350 degrees,
hot enough to get high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to
be well below the burning point of oil.
A water-cooled motor does not nermally get hotter than 212 degrees;
at that temperature the water boils away and there is trouble. Hence
nil water-cooled motor are under a heavy handicap, because they work
nt about 138 degrees below the point of maximum efficiency.
The Franklin motor car get3 more actual going-power out of a gal
lon of gasoline than any other auto nobile. That means low running ex
Franklin light-weight mean1 titc-economy. Tranklm construction
laminated wood frame and nickel steel parts means repair-economy.
Combine all these advantages and you have the motor car that you can
afford to own
Franklin Air-Cooled cars are run with the greatest of success for
months in Summer in New York. Chicago and other places where the
thermometer gees higher than it ever does in these Islands, and they
have proved the right car for the hottest as well as the coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu users of Air-Coole-1 Fnnkhns whether they keep
cool on the hottest days or not. They will tell yon.
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World Auto Record Broken
ORMOND IiEACH, Fin., March a. The world's record for automo
biles has been broken by an Italian car driven by Ceilrlno. The car
made 300 miles at un average of 70 miles nn hour fj
The Riverside Baseball
League Elects Officers
For New Year
A. U. C. Atkinson, the former Sec
ictary of Hawaii, as president; W.
Tin Cluing, secretary; Kobt. Asam,
treasurer; and Edward Aynu, audi
tor, Is the slate of the officers elected
at a meeting of the Hlversldc Uase
ball league held Inst night at Hie
Chinese Aloha Club-house. The elec
tion of a vice president was contin
ued to the next regular meeting of
the League, to be held on the lSth
The meeting was unusually well
'attended, for there were present be
sides the representatives from the
different clubs a large number of
spectators who were anxious to find
out tho results of the meeting. Tlio
clubs vcn represented us follows:
Chinese, Athletic Club, Edward Ayau;
I'jlam.i A. C, lion. S. 1'. Korroa anil
1 1). Knhaulclto! Japanese, A. C, K. Ya-
suiiiorl and John Kotlcy; Chinese
Aloha Club, Albert Akunn and W. Tin
Chong; and Kanla A. C, Ilernard II.
Kolekollo and,N. K. IIooull. The
meeting did not commence until ,8
p. nn, owing to the late arrival of thq
representatives from the Clilncso Ath
The first business take.u ajp by the
leprcsentatlvus was the election of' a
tcmjiorary chairman. lJcrnnrdele
Kollo, the former president of tho
league, was uuaulmously selected to
fill the position. For secretary W.
Tin Chong, who held the pqsltion
last year, was elected temporarily.
Kelekollp made a nice speech in
speaking to the members as to tho
purpose of the meeting. "Wo ore
hero again to reorganlio a league
that we nil are proud of," ho began.
When I first heard that the meeting
would bo held tonight my heart was
tilled with Joy, ns tho aloha nul 1
hae for this dear old league, which
has entertained thousands of pcoplo
freely the past J ear, Is much stron
ger than that 1 have for anything
else " He concluded by stating that
tho members should use good Judg
ment In the selection of officers and
that nil feeling, if any the members
may hnTc, should be put aside.
When they wero ready for tho
election of permanent officers for tho
car 1908, V. Tin Chong, tho repre
tentative from tho Chinese Aloha
Club, placed the r.ame of A. L. (J. At
kinson in nomination, which was
promptly seconded by Hon. S! P. Cor
rca, representing tho Palania A. C.
There was no other namo proposed
and Jack was elected by n unanimous
Tho election of a vlco president
caused a good deal of debate After
talking for half nn hour without
coming to any agreement, It was post
poned until the next meeting. For
secretary, W. Tin Chong was unani
mously re-elected on nomination of
K, Ynsumorl and seconded by N. Hoo
pll. The election of a treasurer illd
not meet with any difficulty, ns Itobt.
Asam, who filled the place to tho sat
isfaction of all the clubs last Benson,
was again elected For auditor, k
new office, created to tako tho place
of chairman of tho financial commit
tee, Edward Ayau, the manager of
the Chinese A. C, was elected,
One of the most Important matters
of tho meeting was tho drafting of
tho constitution and by-laws. This
was left In tho hands ot the follow
Ing committee1 Hon. S. P. Correa,
chairman; E. Ayau, K. Ynsumorl, W,
Tin Chong and N. K. Hoopll. This
committee will repoit at tho next
meeting of tho league. Tho season
of 1908 will probnbly start In tho
latter part of April. It was suggest
ed to start the season earlier this
year than formeily, owing to tho
long schedule proposed. The meeting
adjourned at 9:20 p. m.
a a a
Tho Diamond Head baseball team
ulll puctlco this afternoon at Aalu
I'ark. This will bo the second prac
tloo of tho jenr for tho team. Thoro
wero sixteen men mit nt tho grounds
tho other afternoon.
Giant ' Stevedore On
If the wrestling gnme wero good
here, It would appear that there
would be no lack of husky local men
willing to take on any and nil com
ers. Hans I'roelecher started the
Lull rolling tome time ago with a
Sr00 challenge, which was accepted,
hut as yet nothing has cotno of It,
with not ory alluring prospects In
sight. Then theic arc the Jap cham
pions, who sa they will bet any
thing from S50 to 11000. After
them came "Sailor" Hoberts, with not
very much money, but with plenty
of brawn and willingness.
moka Kauahl Is the latest. Ho
wants a crack at any of the big
bugs. Amokn is n Btovcdoro down
on the waterfront, and his fellow
workers nro willing to dig down and
como through with n $ 1C0 bIIIc bet.
They aro not rich people, but thby'nro
jure of their man, and. tljcy. are will
ing tV b'et, thqir shpU'oiyjIm,' He
won a match In the Japanese, theater
from Mltsujia. tli so-called Jap
champ. He Is nlways in condition.
There seems no reason why Hans
grocjech.r, tjic, much-heralded, can
not get Qmatch. Ilauahl, tho Ha
waiian steyejlore, would make Just ns
good a' card ns (Mltslika any day.
BALL PRACTiSEFQR TWO WEEKS
At the meeting of tho Honolulu
tlascball League, yesterday In the of
fice of Frank Thompson. It was de
cided to defer practise, on the League
grounds for a period of two weeks
from date. President Isenberg stated
that alwnjs before the dato of open
ing tho ground for use had been de
cided on at a meeting of the League
officials, and he did not think that
ha should be blamed for the stand
taken the other day, ns ho had no
authority personally to do anything.
It was finally decided by a vote of
Uiobo present thnt there should bo no
prnctlso on the grounds until nfter
tho annual meeting of tho League on
the 19th. Special provision will
probably be made, this coming season
for tho accommodation of automo
biles. Present at tho meeting were tho
following: President D. P. It. Isen
berg, Secretnry-Treasuicr Thompson,
I'. E. Stcere, Punahnus; Lester Petrle,
Diamond Heads; U. Lemon, Kanis.
1 he St. Louis Athletic Chit) was un
rcpiesented. a a a
Some fast hand-ball contests were
pulled off yestordny at the Y. M. C.
A of which the results were as fol
lows: Dan Voeller beat C. Lowls, 1G-G,
Jas. Whitney beat J. S. Herrlot,
7-1G, 15-4, 1G-7,
II. N'lckolscn beat M. V. Dccolto,
10-1G, 1G-7, 1G-10.
T, Nlckelson bentT. It. L. McQulro,
C. I.owls beat Marie Johnson, C-1G,
l'aul Schmidt beat J. S. Herrlot,
If, Nlckelscn beat-J. D. Cockburn,
1G-G, 13-lG, 1G-6.
i. C. Webster bent Frank S. Wnr
icn, 15-12, 15-9,
II. S. Chandler beat O. S. Curry,
Today's games are as follows:
Mark Johnson vs. P. A. llcchort, at
M. Torrolrn vs. It. Vonhulzcn,
I'nul Schmidt vs. Al. Dolnnux,
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Tho following are tho entries In
(he annual High School Interclass
meet, which Is scheduled for this aft
ernoon nt tho llojs" Field;
100-Yard Dash: Umetaro Okumu
ia, Hung Yau, Sam White, Dan King,
Krnnk James, Herman Ingalls, W. It.
D. King, V. IUce, Geo. Dwlght, Slag
Hung, O. Mossmnn, D. Pall, A. Iinna,
Milo Hun; H. Gllllland, Wa Chan,
8, Pratt, E. D. Is, W. lllcc, Maruichi,
A. P. Low, W. Ilamhart, Ed. Cardon,
D. Pall, A. Norton, G. Mossman, M.
Turner, L. Marks, II. Nott.
440-Yard Kun: II. Gllllland, S.
White, Umetaro, Hung Yau, W.i
Chan, D. King, F. James, 11, Ingalls,
W. Illce, Maruichi,, Achleu, Dwlght,
Lando, Norton, Mossman, Turner,
120-Yard Hurdles: Umetaro, Hung
Tnu, Hnrukl, Marcalllno, IngalU,
Achleu, nice, Chllllngworth, Moss
man, Turner, Pall, Andrews.
220-Yard Dash: Umetaro, Yau,
White, James, King, Ingalls. nice,
Maruichi, Fook On, Achleu, Tatsuo,
Carden, Sing Hun, G. Mossman, Ahu
nn, Pall, Andrews,
60-Yard Dash: Umotaro, Hung
au. White, Marcalllno, King, In
galls, lllcc, Dwlght, Fook On, Achleu,
Wong, Sing Hun, Mossman, Chllllng
880-Ynrd ltun: GlUllanii, Wa Chan
L'ramoluth, pavls, Pratt, Ingalls,
lllcc, Maruichi, llarnhart, Tetsuo.
Turner, Nort,on, Chllllngworth, Pratt,
rail, Marks1, Andrews, Nott.
High Jump: jWhlto, Vight, Ume
taro, IJunJI, Hung YnU, Marcalllno,
Achleu, Saffery, Marks, Turned, Chll
llngworth, Sing Hung, D. Mossman,
0, Mossman, Androws, W. King.
bot Put: Bam White, Samupl
Wight, Hung Yau, II, QllHIniid, Em-
jnoluth, James nice, S. Saffery, Achl-
tu, Maruichi, Pall, Hughes, W. Saf
fery, Andrews, W. King,
Hammer Throw: Gllllland, Hung
nu, 8. Wight, White, James, Ingalls,
Hire. W. Saffery, Achleu, Pall, S. Saf
fery, Andrews, W. King.
Hroail Jump: White, Yau, Umeta
ro, IlunJI, Marcalllno, Ingalls, King,
James, nice, Dwlght, Maruichi, Achl
eu, Tetsuo. Saffery, Fook On, Sing
Hung, Mossman, Miami, King.
Polo Vault: Umetaro, IlunJI, In
galls, Achleu, lllcc, Saffery, Pall,
Marks, Mossman, Andrews.
Tho officials will bo as follows:
Track Judges: Mr. Arnold, C. Ly
man, F. Mackenzie.
Field Judges: W. Desha, J. Desha','
J. S. Donngho.
Referee.: Paul Super.
Timekeepers: K. Abies, E. Fernan
dez, J. Woo.
Clerk of Course: E. II. Hlanchnrd
Starter: J. Hopwood.
Scoicr: E. Tracy.
Announcer: J. Anderson.
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The launching dato ot tho yacht Ha
waii has pot been set on account ot
tho non arrival ot coitaln things that
must be placed before tho boat Is In
tho water. Tho hollow wooden mast
is due hero on any steamer. Alec
l.ylo may bo seen pacing around tho
boat any tlmo ot tho day, looking for
anything that needs retouching or fix-
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The leaguo baseball ground has
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