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BY 7. L. STEVENSON.
Marines vs Town
On Sunday next the Marines and
Town teaniB will meet on the foot
ball Held at the league grounds, and
n really good gome should evontu
nte. lloth tennis aio In excellent
form, nnd, judging from the way
they Townles have Improved they
Will certainly give the Marines u
harder game than they did lant tlmo
The Town team went through Be-,
cret signal practice again last night,
nnd the men are rapidly getting on
to the pass words. Sumner and
Campbell were on hand and their
expert advice is beginning to show
fruit In tho Improved st)le of the
During the afternoon the combi
nation also Indulged In practice at
Muklkl, and bucking the line was In
order till It became too dark to see.
All the players are In good form,
and their wind Is Improving dally;
the Mnrlncs are going up against
tli real thing on Strttday, and will
tune to play their best to win.
The line-ups of both teams will
he tho tame as when they laBt met
a few slight changes may be made
Inter nnd, that being so, much
Interest will be shown In tho game,
as the Town team Is going to show
that the same old bunch can defeat
their former conqucrers.
Setcrnl new men rany play on the
Town team, and as they are really
husky fellows, the half-wtfts will get
n big surprise when they see the
men they are up against.
The game will start at 3:30
o'clock, and by that time the usual
big crowd of barrackers" will, no
doubt, be on hand 'to root for their
favorites. if the Town team win
on Sunday the greatest Interest will
be taken in the third meeting of the
elevens, as each will have won one
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While the cricketers are hard at
work on tho Maklkl field trying to
show the Dedford men how to play
the English national game, the Ho
nolulu soccer men will be linking a
go at the sailors on tho football field
at the League grounds.
The home team Is n strong one,
and all the plners are taking the
enme very Berlously; they Intend to
show the jackies that there are oth
er soccer playora In this city besides
the joungsters they ran over last
time the mnn-of-wnr was In this
James Flddes, tho leading light in
local soccer, Is taking the greatest
Intereet In the coming game and
looks to the home team to defeat the
Tho game will start at 4 o'clock,
and It will he possible for lovers or
both cricket and soccer to see a
good deal of both games. Uy leav
ing tho Maklkl field about 4 o'clock
or so after tho game is, pretty Well
finished and catching a car to the
ball grounds tho soccer game may be
Prom present Indications all the
Urttlshers In town are going to take
in cither the football or cricket
games, and ito doubt quite a num
ber will manage to see a good part
On Alexander Dejd yesterday after
nooh tho second ;(ni of tho High
School defeated theecond eleven of
tho Punahoris, by" a s'doro of 17 to 10.
Tho Oahu College boys showed good
form and their Interference work wan
a feature of the giuno. Tho McKlnloy
lads did some good .bucking and played
with a vlm.that was tho admiration of
all the spectators.
In tho first half tho Highs scored G
points to their opiK)nents 5, and It was
rilKKl.ia nil" i;uiivuiivii iiio luiauuunu
of the McKlnlejs Into a goal. Theu
In the second half Marcus Munsarral
ncofoil for the Highs and Hlggins
failed to convert. Score: IIIkIib, 11;
I.ator on in the gamo Evnns scored
Ihn Ihlr.l tnnnhilnwn hplm? Itnrtm nvpr
the lino by sheer weight. Hlggins
n.unoi uvauiuui K"i iium uimcuii.
angle and the game shoitly afterwards
ended. Scoro: High, 17; Puns, 10.
A third game to decide the cham -
plonshlp will bo played on Noemlmr
17 at Aloxaiulcr Field nmj t dhmilil l)-)iVfA7iiu""nll"uu ' ai'iou iu- absenco'Uf the' usual excursion crond;
u tight go from tho start ta.the nnlnlutbhW tlley " be O.W.' '" ""' fffam Honolulu wont worry them. I
Honolulu C. C. And
Bcdfoid at Cricket
When the Hertford cricketers step
on to the Mnklkl fit-Id on Saturday
they will And that they are up
against tho strongest eleven the H.
n f tints an frlP Hill 1111 litrnitlat ntlV
C. C has so far. nut up against any J
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Althoug the British men-of-wars-
men defeated the plucrs twice In
a very hollow fashion the Honolulu
lepresentatlves are not In any way
dlsniaed, and as the elocn will be
strengthened a lot. there Is a chance
of our men turning the tables on tho
strongest cricket eleven that ever
visited the Far East on board one
When tho Hololulu list of bats
men Is looked over, the Impression
is gained that should any three or
four of them strike foim at the one
time, a huge score would be plied
Anderson, liuchly, Ueardmore and
big hitter Morse. If they could only
trnt Hi ale ava In tvmiM atirolv hit tin
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few runs. ,
Hut the trouble Is that unless men
practice they cannot do much
against decent bowling; when up
against n wink brand of bowling
the batsmen who are out of form
may make n good total but It Is all
a matter of luck and he might be
disposed of for a goose egg. ,
Saturday's game promises to be a
ff J51T iSS ' ':..tceboMuPcek
Bn'ed,rfl"4ehBn 'r '" "' ,
The other two matches against
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er, a good afternoon's sport Is as
m m irin.l nfiiiMlnnti'a anmt la A
For Boxng Show
Things were f.nally settled last
night as regards the Cullen-Rellly
boxing contest, and the lightweights
put their signatures to articles
agreement to fight on the evening of,
Nov. 24, at the Orpheum theater.
There was not the slightest hitch.
In the proceedings last night, and
hn .!. ,... . mw in B,,t-
y's office everyth ng was arranged
In short order. "What about Paton
as re.ereer inquire ocu.iy. r-1
nhl. in tut." rnfltinnilflH PltMen.
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"Same here." rep led Uelly.
Both men realise that they will
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them. Mike Is known by every-
body, and I. a night goer from
uway UHCR ..!! . "- Mr Maxm hag uged a.prank
gome as a heavyweight himself and an
having boxed al over the Far tast. I he h A
he genial son of hrln I. capable and nder and lx.cynder( regpeC.
V:l- .Uinyn?";itlv..yof eighteen and orty-two
IJ VMD.IC.a UCW...W M,.M.M, .
is just the man to pull the boxers
apart and declare the contest "no
The lightweights will box at the
Orpheum, and It will be a fifteen-
round contest, fought out ounder
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to weigh 133 pounds on the eve
ning of the fight and Mike Paton Is
to referee. .
Rellly will train down at the Ma-
rlne Camp, where he will have plen-
,v f ,.r,in ,,-r.n.,. .n nm.
husky one. at that, to go up against.,
Nelson and the other scrappers
down at Camp Vory will once more
begin to get some exercise.
Dick Cullen will take up hls'quar-
ters at the Orpheum, where he
Ir.lnA.l . hi. .., fl.hl llh II. II.
1), and will be handled by the same
bunch of sports who pulled him
through to victory last time. i, , ,, V. V. '""""
Rrn i. i,n n,...i f. .,Jtatn House, attaining on elevation
good preliminaries to put on before
i thfl mB MeBt;
Wahllant has been
suggested as one man to be matched
against somo other boxer, and there
oro n lot of people In this town who
would 'like to seo the native boy up
agntnst a really good man. Wuhl
lanl has finished off so many men In
clwid .1. Ihnt I, vn..U t.A . .....
to see him up against somebody who
could stand up to him for six rounds
or so "
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l rM.or? w " known ,ttbout "
J?l lt"nar'e in, a '8,w days' nl"' "
Local and Coast
Hudson Maxim, the Inventor,
who was the first In the United
States to produce smokeless powder,
and who Is In the van In the devel
opment of the most powerful pro
jectiles and explosives, Is an auto
moblllst, and hat a habit of study
ing his motor car as he would a
piece of highly refined ordnance,
each In Us way requiring the ubb of
high grade steel and other mater
ials, they present to him subjects
of kindred Interest.
A 2,500 mile trip taken by him
recently In New England In his
Franklin touring car gave him oc
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nlr.coolcd ngne tn0 ,
tulnous roads of Vermont nnd New
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n It . luncheon I saw six
hgh,a wuier.coort;d cars come
overheated, whllo my Kranktln was
not abnormally heated at any time.
My engine ran perfectly, never miss
ing n stroke during the entire trip.
One day I ran 279 miles. I had but
one puncture In the' 2, C00 miles.
"As all cars must of necessity be
cither dlroctly or Indirectly air
cooled, I am thoroughly convinced
that the system of direct air-cooling
Is the most practical and efficient.
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wun au tne complication and
we.'t of the water-cooling mech-
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'"r ot subjected to ..
severe, racking strains by the in
qualities of the road as are the
"A tweuty-flve per cent saying in
the weight of a car also represents
a corresponding saving In gasoline,
for extra weight In a car costs ex
tra gasoline to propel It.
"At this time, when cutting tools
are made of such high-quality steel
that they will run for hours and
keep their edge at red heat, paring
a ribbon tof tough steel from a gun
unrrei, mere is no disadvantage
whatever, but rather an advantage,
from the slightly higher tempera
ture of the cylinders of the direct
air-cooled engine, when made
! riKht kind of metal, for a
the right kind of metal, tor a more
Intimate and efficient explosive mix-
lure wnlch agan' raeang
economy , gB,0,ne.
.. ,on nol too hot to onal),e
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we oil to serve effectually as a
lubricant, the hotter the engine
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allow the cyllndere to reach that
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iffectua ug ,ubrlcant..
Where the Catskllls rise abruptly
from the waters ot the Hudson are
many climbs shunned by automobll
Uts, and one of these Is a trip from
Woodstock up Overlook Mountain.
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upon the summit of which a view of
tho Hudson for 70 miles la obtained.
This climb was recently made by F.
;h. Hump ot Syracuse In a 28 horse
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' !d Including four adults and two
power Franklin touring car, the
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The start was made almost at tide
water, as Woodstock Is just back of
Raugertles. From Woodstock there
Is a climb ot 2 1-2' miles' ,to Meed's
Mountain House, whlch.,ls Just back
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altogether of 3.800 feet in the course
of a climb of 4 1-2 1 miles. Two
thousand feet of this was In the
2 1-2 miles between Woodstock aud
Mead's Mountain House.
dreat water breaks and other Ir
regularities increase the difficulties
of the climb, in spite ot which Mr.
Jump on reaching the end found
that hu "Slne was cool
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Illlo Is once more to the fore with a .
race program for New Years' Day.' It
Is to bo hoped that the rainy city!
snorts hnWt a good tlmo and that the I
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