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12 " EVENING HUU.ETIN. HONOt.UMJ. T. II. MONDAY, DEC. S, 1010. ' jfi
Sterling'R ic ycles
80 Just Arrived
The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
STERLING BICYCLES are exceedingly graceful in appearance
niul substantial in construction. They arc made in one of the
largest and best equipped factories where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine style, running and wearing qual
ities with moderate price.. The quality which enters into these
bicycles is made possible only by the possession of this long ex
perience, unequalled manufacturing facilities and a great output.
STERLING MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20, 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints, Crank Bracket dropped 2 inches,
CROWN: Oval. Nickel plated.
FINISH: Black enamel, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 30 to rear. Hubs, sp'ndle pattern with ball re
tainers. Wood rims enameled to match frame,
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube or M. & W. Double Tube.
EAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
3-10 inch block, 1 inch pitch.
Wheeler No. 490.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible.
CRANKS: 7-inch single piece, forged from selected stock.
BIG MEET AT FORT SHAFTER
SCHEDULED FOR DEC. 24
SECOND BATTALION OF TWENTIETH INFANTRY STARTS
MEET WHICH WILL INCLUDE MEN FROM EACH COM
PANYALL SORTS OF SPORTS HELD AND CASH
E. O. HAIL & SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
J. ABADIE, PROP.
OFFICE 777 KINO ST. TELEPHONE 1491
Remember that this Laundry has no branches.
Tho big field meet of the socnml
Imitation of the Twentieth Infantry,
will tnlio plnro on December 2.1. Tho;
following conilltloiiR will govern the)
meet, to ho held nt Tort Shatter. I
Olllclnls Itefcreo, Major Dun-,
nlng; elerk of eottrho anil stnrter, I.t.j
Chilton; timekeepers, l.ts. MrClecry,
l'nrtleo niul llowen; juilgcs, Cnpt.
Chnpnmn, Mearim and Kstes.
Utiles governing the entries and
1 Helay race: Kntlro company.
Companies to ho equalized In slzo
by drawing from a hat containing
tlio names of tlio company, sufllclont
names to reduce the company to tlio
Blze of tlio smallest company. Knch
man In tlio company to run one hun
dred yards. Garrison uniform. Vnltio
of points: 1st, 10; 2nd, (J.
2 lllnnk 'rortrlilgo raco: One en
try from each company. Harrison
unlformt with rifle, rivo iJTnnk cart
ridges placed on small pieces of pa
per, ten-yard Intervals, to ho brought
oiio at a time and placed In maga
zlnn of rl lie left on ground at scratch.
After last cartridge Is Inserted, rlllo
to ho loaded and fired In nlr ns slg.
nal of completion. Value of points:
1st, fi; 2nd, 3.
3 Tug-of-war: Entire company.
Companies to bo equalized ns In first
event. Vuluo of points; 1st, 10;
I Live-load race; Two entries
from each company. Iloth men to
stand nt start. At signal, No. t
plclis up No. 2 without aislstanco
from the latter and carries him to
n point SO yards distant. No. 2 then
picks up No, 1 and returns with him
Jo tho starting point. Valuo of
points: 1st, 1; 2nd, 2.
I C Wheelbarrow rn"o: Ono entry
from ench company. Contestants to
ho blindfolded and facing with their
wheelbarrow away from n goal B0
yards distant. At n signal they will
faco about and wheel tlio wheelbar
row toward tlio goal. Tho contest
ant coming closest to tlio goal will
bo declared winner. Onrrlsnn uni
form. Value of points: 1st, 2;
C Striking shelter tent; Two en
tries from ench company. To bo ly
ing In touts properly pitched, with
out their hats, shoes or leggins. Full
Held equipment may bo arranged In
nny manner oxrept on tho person. At
signal, contestants to arise, put on
shoes, leggins, hat, strike tent, roll
blanket toll, fasten with btrup or ropo
ns preferred. Full In nt mnrk ton
paces In front of soldier, ready for
i Inspection, Vnluo of points; 1st, Ii;
7 Making a flro and boiling wa
ter: Four ontrlcs from each company,
Kach contestant to bo furnished with
a piece of two-by-four, n stick of kln-j
tiling, ono match, ono mess knife and
ono tin cup full of water. Tho con
testant who succeeds first In light
ing n flro niul boiling tho water will
ho declared winner. Vnluo of points:
1st, I; 2nd, 2.
8 Call to arms: Kntlro company.
Companies will bo equalized ns In
tlrBt ecut. Shelter tents to bo pitch
ed and men Inside without overshlrts
lints, shoe or leggins. At signal men
to dress and full In, In company for.
inntlon. The report of tho first ser
geant shall be tho signal of comple
tion. To ho Inspected by Judges.
Vnluo of points: 1st, 10; 2nd, fi.
9 ino-ynrd swim; One entry from
each company. Contestants to wear
swimming trunks. To outer tho wa
ter at tho deep end, start from tho
ropo mid swim three tjmes tlio
length of the tank. Tlio ends must
bo touched each timo and may bo
utilized In getting a start In tlio new
direction. Tho bottom must not bo
touched. Vnluo of points; 1st, C;
10 Shoe rnio: Fivo entries from
each company. Kach contestant t"
be given u number, and his shoes so
marked on tho bottom. Tho shoes
not tied together will then bo placed
In n barrel, which will be located
fifty yards from tho start. At n sig
nal, the contestants will mnko to tho
barrel and endeavor to recover their
own-shoes. The contestant nrrlvlng
first on tho line, wearing his own
shoes, properly lnred, will bo declar
ed the winner. Vnluo of poIntB: 1st,
4; 2nd 2.
11 Diving contest: Ono entry
from each company. The rofereo
shall throw into tho tnnk twelve ob
jects, wlilaii shall bo visible from tho
Mirfaco, and shall bo within the limit
bounded by tho nine-foot lino. At n
signal, tho contestants shall enter the
water and try to recover nil twelve
objects. Tlio contestant recovering
tho objects In tho shortest time shall
bo declared winner. Falling this, the
ion test ant recovering tho greatest
number of objects shnll ho declared
winner. 'Vnluo of points; 1st, 4;
12 Centipede race; One team
from each company. Contestants
(eight men) ctrnddlo n light pol
bamboo, otc. and grasp tho polo
with ono hand In fiout and ono In
rear. At tho stnrt, the contestants
to run to n point ono hundred yards
distant. Tho failure of nny contest
ant to retain his hold of the polo
serves to throw out his team. Vnluo
of points: 1st, 8; 2nd, fi.
Details of tho other contests will
bo arranged crbally by tho field
Sclicdulo of prizes Events Nos. 2,
4, C nnd T: 1st prize, $2; 2nd, $1.
Uvents Nos. fi, 9, 10 11 nnd 12: 1st
prize, $1; 2nd, fiOc.'
In addition, tho following general
prlzo will ho awarded: To the or
ganization scoring the greatest num
ber of points, Including all cvonts, n
cash prlzo of $20, to bo expended for
the benefit of tho entire company by
the company commander.
Olllclnls to be announced at tlmo
1 lillle mnt-li Tnnm ti ln com
posed of four nnyi from each xom-l
pany. Ten sholB slow flro nt 200 nndj
2 Howling mutch: Teams compos,
cd of llro men from each company. ,
l'lri.t game, Company K vs. Company.
Oj second game, Company F vs. Com-
p.iuy It; third game, winners' of first
nnd second games.
3 llasketball gamo: Two teams to
be selected by nthlctlc oincer.
Soccer Game Won by Company H.
There was a soccer gamo Satur-
Ony morning at Fort Shatter, played
uciwecn company ii nun mo ennm.
ploiiB of Fort Shatter, Company F,
the gnmo being won by Company 11
by n pcoro of 2 to 0. Woodruff mado
the first goal nnd "Rod" McCnll tho
so-ond. Tho gnmo wns two thlrty
mluuto halves, starting nt 9 a. m.
nnd finishing nt 10. Tho winning
team's lineup wns as follows; Chin
ton, a.t.; Yager, r.h.b.; Dongbe-4,
l.h.b.; McCall, Moncnll, liorlln, Col
lins, r.e.; Ilnmer, l.o.j I.emn, l.g
Hill, r.g.; MnrBh, '.
A return gnmo will bo played next
r-unday. Dec'enibcr 11, nt 9:31 i,. m
nt Fort Shnfter, between those two
companies. Company II team Is In
flno shnpo nnd classy form.
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Wines and Liquors
FAMILY 1RADE A SPECIALTY
Sole Agents MONT ROUGE WINES
MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE Phone 1704.
Team Work Defeated Oaliu
Saturday By Score of
Ilrilllnnt Individual playing wns
everywhere, buti lack of team work
was what lost the championship in
football to the Collego of Hawaii on
Saturday afternoon, when I'uunhou
won the game of the seacou nnd
clinched the ohnniptnnshlp by n score
of fivo to nothing against their adver
It was a great gamo to watch,
threo of tho four periods going by
without n score, although Onhu nt
ono tlmo made n field goal which was
not allowed on nccount of off-sldo
Tho winning scoro wns mado In
tho last period on n long forward pass
by Doslin to Hitchcock, who went
twenty ynrds over n clear field and
laid the pigskin carefully behind tho
goal lino of College of Hawaii.
From tho tlmo that I'unnhou mndo
tho scoro In tho laBt quarter they
went Into the game llko demons from
tho center of tho field when tho ball
was put In play again, making first
down three successive times through
tho stubborn defense of Onhu, then
on u forwurd pass retaining llio ball,
making first down again nnd then
trying for n field goal, which was
missed. O.ihu kicked out and Punn
liou started up tho field again, mak
ing first down onco nnd thon bolng
forced to kick, tho kick being icturn
ed by O.ihu nnd the ball being nearly
In tho comer of tho Held when tlmo
wns called and the gamo wns over.
During tho first period the ball wns
all tho tlmo In Punahou territory,
Onhu kicking off nnd keeping their
opponents hustling to Mop
march down tho field.
Scernl times the collego team was
in striking distance of tho runs' goal,
hut their opponents held them for
their attempts nt a field goal failed.
Tho second period stnrtcd with n
try for goal by Onhu from the 20.
ynrd line, hut when tho 1'uiiB got tho
ball In this period tho tables wero
turned nnd nl tho tlmo the ball was
kept In college territory, although nt
tho cud of tho period the ball was
Onhu's on their twenty-yard line.
In tho third period tho ball wns
Kept In the center of tho field prac
tically nil tho time, the teams bat
tling back and forth nnd neither get
ting near enough to tho other's goal
to bo dangerous.
The bnll was on Onhu's ten-yard
lino nt tho beginning of tho Inst po
rlod, and on tho punt I'unnhou tried
one gain through tho line of tho col
lege team nnd then worked tho long
forward pass for n touchdown. The
try for goal was unsuccessful.
It was from this time on that the
Puns went Into tho game and ripped
through their antagonists time ntter
time, hut were held nt crltlcnl times
nnd kept from scoring before the
game ended by the solid front thnt
the collego tenm put up.
It wns a great game to watch. Al
though tho tarkllng was had, tho
Pun Interference was nearly Impreg
nable, nnd had tho college men had
the same help of Interference tho
scoro would have been different.
These backs wero left without Inter
ference at nil, It cither starting too
quick and getting far In tho lead or
elso not materializing nt nil.
On tho other linnd, tho Puns had
n beautiful Interference that was
hard to break by tho collego ends,
nnd the men of thnt team did great
work In holding tho Puiib at times
tho way they did.
Illro was tho particular star on
tho collego cloven, and nlthough his
tnckllng wns bad, ho saved the day
for his team on several occasions.
As for tho Puns, each 'man on tho
toamp did good work, nnd their team
work showed tho effect of ca'eful
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high oracle Clothinn, then you will admit you have never
seen anything to equal them.
They are in two and three-piece suits, WORSTEDS,
CHEVIOTS, CASSIMERES, FLANNELS, FRENCH ALPACA,
SELF STRIPE and BLUE SERGES. The latest 1911 pat
tcrns in stripes and checks.
Here Is Your Clothing
They are the product of the best makers, the materials
are excellent, the tailoring faultless, the styles pleasing to
the quiet and to the fashionable dressers.
It is to the interest of every man to participate in this
great clothing event. Plain to say, we give good, solid,
honest value, and value sticks out all over our clothing.
Prices range from $6.50 to $21.50 and worth from 40
to 65 per cent more. Before buying any clothing look at
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