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; REAL HARD JOB
CAUSES MUCH FUN
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There was an exciting time In the
surf last night when the two Out
rigger crews attempted to launch and
erect the big steel-tower that, plant
ed In the surf. Is to act as the stand
from which fconvillaln mokes his
motion pictures ofAUe stunts that
are to win the four Mi Clark Cruise
First the twenty-four-foot steel
frame had to be put together, then
the Immense tripod lifted by a dozen
huskies and carried down to tho
beach, whore It was balanced on the
biggest" canoe obtainable twelve
feet of steel hung'over the water on
cither sldo of the big keomoku. It
was dusk when the start was made,
each man In the canoe with his hair
parted In tho middle and , balancing
like- a gymnast. As the surf was
reached the boys held their breath,
watched the outrigger, ready to dive
for It If the upset came and It did
come at last, but at the right .spot.
Right In tho midst of the big break
ers, where theyril best, the canoe
tilted before a wve, the outrigger
went up In the air, and the three
sprawling legs of the big tripod went
downInto -tho water. There was n
mighty splash and the steel frame,
Instead of standing upright like a
well-behaved tripod, slipped sideways
to the reef and then the work
Dusk became darkness, and still
Kenneth Drown and his crew .work
ed. If you think It was all fun, ask
Neut Petorson the mighty. Neut la
husky, but he had a touch of ner
vous'proetrntlon when he reached the
beach late.last nlgnt. It li report
ed that Neut was sent down to the
reef to lift the bead of the big tri
pod on his shoulder and stand on
coral like Atlas supporting the
world until the other Hercules boys
could get a grip. ,
Neut says It took' a' long time, and
that standing in eight feet of water
with 4 tonjlad on the, shoulder Is
not a pastime that even an Outrigger
boy can Indulge In for any length of
time without wanting to come up for
However, the Btand is up now, and
this afternoon Ronvlllnln will try It
to see ,that everything Is secure for
the Clark stunts tomorrow.
Resides the surfboard stunts, for
both bo) s and girls, there will be
surfbontlng beforo the waves and a
regatta. The, Kamohameha aquatic
sports will come down from Kallbl
with, their women crews of paddlers
and their Hawalat) Bailing canoes.
Not only that, but they will turn tho
Outrigger' grounds Into a real Ha
waiian village, and luau taro, fish In
tl leaves, and a real ptg for'the Clark
cruisers, will be on hand. The Royal
Hawaiian Rand will perform In the
big lanal, and dovernor Frear will
present the Clark cups to the
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BAIEIWA 4IJIkATH0N RACE
IS Bid BOOSTED llll
Nigel Jackson Is Getting a Big Prize
List Together and Runners Areltennls at, night time will be In fuili,hl match wl" engage Rex Hitch;
MUCH interested. ,
Aiaramon oacuson is biiii working,
on the Halelwa race, and be Btates
that ho has quite a number of prizes
promised for the affair. Ho Is go
ing ahead with the plana-- for tho
race, and, Judging from the number
of runners'who have been enquiring
about the conditions and rules of the
Marathon, 'there is considerable In
terest being taken in the event.
It may be Btated right away that,ei,Ilinnin,i
the same, rules that governed last I
year's ra,ce will be-In vogue for this
year's event. The race, moreover, Is
Intended fo ramateurs, and thcro Is
no fear of any ot the runnerB being
overshadowed by any of the local
The racojs scheduled for March
20, so everybody has a month to get
fit In, nnd the commltteo has plenty
of time to arrange matters. With
two hustlers like A. K. VIerra and
Nlgol Jackson at the helm of things,
there should be no difficulty In get-1
ting the Marathon going lu -fine
To a'man marriage may mean the
surrender of his rights to the whims
of his wife's relations,
HONOLPLP, T. H Fnlt)AY, TOIL
GAVE TO SENIORS
Y. M. C. A, TOURNAMENT IS
AT IXTEIESTING STAGE
ofM-86 Wonld Indicate.
There was only one game plnjcd
In the Y. if. C. A. tournament yes
terday, and It was botween'St. John,
a senior, nnd Rice, who Is a student.
The match went to St. John by a
score of 46 to '26.1 -
It was a slashing go from1 the very
first to last, and Although the score
would rather Indicate an 'easy vlc-rtut
tory for St. John, the content was
much closer than the figures rwould
appear to be. At the start the se
nior ran away- from Rice, and tho
latter seemed puzzjed with the wny
that St, John served.,
However, as' the game progressed,
Rice, who was mttlnir nrmtnmr.rt tn
the deadly serve, 'picked up a lot of
points and captured no less than 22
points to his opponent's 16.
lly the victory of St. John1, the se
niors have gained a considerable lead
on the students ana now are 32
points ahead. With, three matches
plaed, the senloVs have now a big
lead, but the iludents have still n
good chance of'wlnnlng. In the
first tournament the seniors led by
a much larger margin at one stage.
but the students 'eventually got to
within ttfo points' of the winners,
and if they had had the slightest bit
of luck (hey would have won the
"This afternoon'Hhere will be sev
eral matches, andjon of the most
interesting should,! be that between
Kook On and Nolt. These two men
ore capaW of putting up a great
gane. and a close contest is antici
pated, lllftrt iihdfLewIs 'wlllali
play a match, and they, too, should
give a fine exhibition of the ancient
It Is expected that the Marines
will be accommodated with a match
as soon as the present tournament Is
finished, and then there will be seen
some wonderful struggles on the Y.
M. C. A. gym courts.
The Fort De Hussy bos are keen
on handball, too, and thoy are be
ginning to show a marked interest In
the talk about the game that Is float
ing around. No doubt ihey will
come along with n challenge In the
near future, and then there will be
some Joy among the followers of the
TEKNIS PMflNC BV NKIT '
STARTS Ml WEEK
Manoa Club Leads, the Way in Intro
ducing Mew teatnre Lamps
Are Being Installed. '
Tennis by elactfic light is an old
story in other places, but It will be J
a new thing In Honolulu, and thet,,ul CP for the Punnhou tennis
Manoa Tennis Club Is to be Congrat-j'ournament' nnd Atherton Richards
ulnted on Introducing the Idea. Borne"" the fortunate winner of the.event
months ago the matter was talked .P011 trophy. V. Hoogs was thought
over, and It was decided to get pow-j
erful lamps and have a try at the
sport. . ""
After some delay the lamps ar
rived from the mainland, and no time
baa been lost in getting them in
stalled. Within n short limn nnw.
nast, and many of the businesa men
'of the city who can not get away In
time for a game In the afternoon
will now be alfle to get all the ex
ercise they need after dinner,
The club Ms going strong on the
proposition, and It seems as If there
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will be a boom In tennis that "
result in many new players getting
Into the game.
The lights have been placed so that
there will be ho glare In the eye ot
the players, and shadows jglll beJ
a tt H"""- i .
The Columbia linvn am havlnir n
Jood time over In nuarnntlne. and al.
though they are Isolated, Ihey are
'at least having some ball games and
.football. Their band Is keeping In
practise, and a nlano Is also in evl-
dence. On February 17 the hunch
will be released from quarantine and
then Honolulu folk wlll have a
chance of seeing tho lads at play. .
The annunl meeting of tho Out-
rigger Club will be Held on Tuesday
next at 1 o'clock. The members
will meet at the Commercial Club,
and after lunch the election of oftl-
cers for the preEont year will take
plnco and other matters he attend-
SAM'S DEFEAT WAS
LAN0F0RD WAS ONCE
MATCHED WITH "DEAREE"
What Wonld Jeffries, Do- to "Flyn'n or
sun in came xiingi still it
Took Johnson All His Time to
That Jim Flynn, "The Fireman."
could possibly defeat Snm Langford,"
me alleged colored wonder, who
gave Jack Johnson such n hard go
noi so many years ago, was the last
thought of an) body who has follow
ed up the fight game.
The present world's chaWpIon.
"Denrle" Johnson, had all his v.ork
uut ,0 beat 51' darky brolher
after fifteen rounds of whirlwind
fighting, and then for a long time
afterwards Lnngford tried to get a
return match, but failed. Talk nf
Johtmon being afraid of 8am went
the rounds, and it. would appear that
thcro was some truth in the matter
when it 1s remembered that Lang
ford and ho were actually matched
to box at the National Sporting Club
In London last year, and that John
ion backed out of the tight, much to
the disgust of the Urltlsu sports.
Johnson Is neer willing to let
any easf money pass him, nnd it
would seem that the chamnlon hod
some good reason for not meeting
Lnngford. Slilng up the proposi
tion of the Jeffries-Johnson fight
from the sidelights thrown by the
Flynn-Langford go, it would appear
that Jeff will, If in any kind of form
at all, wipe the arena with LII'Arth.
Flynn beats Langford; It took
Johnson fifteen hard rounds to get
away with Bam. What would Jeff
hate done with both Langford and
Flynn In the ring at the same time
onq up and the other down?' No,
sir: the more one thinks of it, tho
more It appears, that'Jack Johnson Is
morlysan occidental champion, and
one that got' to the top of the tree
without meeting anyone but a few
second-raters, who would not have
lasted three rounds with old Jeff If
he had ever consented to meet them,
and that is doubtful,
Jeff, in the old days, had no han
kering after getting into the ring
with "lemons," and ho retired from
the game because therolwere no op
ponents worthy of his encountering.
However, every man to his 'own
opinion, and doubtless there are
thousands 'who thlntc Johnson will
beat the old bollcrmnker. They arc
welcome to their opinion, of course,
but In tho light of the FI-nn-Lang-ford
scrap It Is hard to see how they
figure It out.
iiii cup mm m
Hooks Flays Well, but Winner Was
too strong Doublet Will Be
' Played on Monday.
E. O. Hall ft Son presented a beau
to have an excellent chance in the
singles, but Richards proved too
On Monday next R. Hitchcock nnd
Will Hansen will meet Hoogs and
Richards In' the semi-final of the
doubles handicap. The winners ot
tw uu "" "uuipmuys ,w mv u-
nttI a" n aa 'he Beml-flnals are
"mo"e"- "uoB u,u uicnaraa are n
Varu rnn to nsln ntiil IhAu ilinii 1,1 n
very strong pair, and they should go
very' close, to winning out In the
All the Richards family play good
tennis, and In the Beretanla Club's
jannua' tournament three of tho
Richards clan showed remarkably
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' Oahu College Is getting. Into hard
yu lur inu uig imcit meei, nnu ai
ready several coaches have offered
their services to the boys,
wlll.loolc after tho long-distance run
ners; Williamson will attend to tho
h,lgh and long Jumpers, and teach the
h,urdle runners how to take the
Jump's In their stride; Rawlins will
Instruct the hammer and shot-put
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The O, A. Cs. and Student Alliance
will hitch up for the second game of
the Consul's Cup series tomorrow at
Aala Park. It Is unfortunate that
the aauatlc SDorts at Walklkl will
come off at the samo time.
a married man always, laughs
v.hcn one of his bachelor friends Is
led to the altar,
The llul Pnimlil of Onliti College,
nn organization fur social settlement
work, conducted by the students, hns
stepped to the front and has secured
Mm. Thomas C. Trueblood, wife of
the professor of Klocutlon nnd Ora
tory In the 1'nlverslty of Michigan,
to read during Iiit brief May In
town. The llul l'aunhl rcnllzed that
an exceptional opportunity would ln
lost,, should the Trucblnods pnR
through the town nnd fall to gUo
Honolulans nn opportunity to hear
thtm rend and so they have secutcd
a reading by both Professor nnd Mrs.
Mrs. Trueblood has consented to
rend her own dramatization of "Sil
as Mnrner." In this she lias tnken her
audience's by storm wherever she
hns read it In the States. Profes
sor Trueblood is on n leave of ab
sence from the University at Michi
gan and has been touring the Stntcs,
lecturing nnu rending in nil me
large cities nnd before the largett
universities and colleges. With the
Professor hns been traveling his
wife who has also given readings.
It Is seldoni'thnl the wife possesses
the tastes nnd kindred talents of her
husband, nnd fortunate indeed Is xlio
who ran appreciate nnd eficourngo
those ambitions by Inherent aspira
tions. Mrs. Trueblood liTof this lim
ited nnd highly faorcd number. 8lio
Is an unusually gifted woman and
her at)le Is unaffected, simple, free
from nuimcrlsms, jet full of uowcr.
and her readings eer inspire ns
well as entertain.
A Denver paper snjs: "To he.ir
.Mrs. Trueblood read "Silas Mnrner"
I is an education. Kvcu the dullest
.hearer Is led by her exquisite grace
of utterance to appreciate ns never
tbefore the beauties of this gicnl mas
.terplece of fiction.
"To sny that she held the interest
ot her audience to the close would
be to feebly understate tho triltli.
interested rronitne tirst her listen
ers grow more and uioro absorbed
to the end."
Saturday afternoon at 2:1C Mrs.
Trueblood will read "Silas Marner"
In C. R. IlUhop Hall, while that
evening at 8 Professor Trueblood
wjll read "Ingoinar."
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The Hui Pauahi of Oahu College
MRS. TH0S. C. TRUEBLOOD, A. M.
In Her Dramatization of
f "Silas Marner," by George
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