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StxUou ot tho liullutlB.
NOVEL SPORTS HELPED PASS
THE TIME ON THE CLEVELAND
1 lio fact tlmt they were nlloiit In
stead of nshoro (lid not deter the sport
loving passengers of thu big cruising
liner Cleveland from organizing und
taking part In all manner ot deck'novclty of tho program wan a hair-
meets during tho round-the-world,,
trip. In tho rial tropics It was too
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IHH lur sirenuuus etrciKc, i
bunds were well content to loll
.l. I, . l,n.r ,,.,1 tuba llf., Mmv. Illlt 111
rrintnF 1,itllli,l,.v II. n T,ITB for HIMirt IIS-
scrtcd Itself again and there werosomo
Ihero were no ball games or boxing
tournaments, for the uverage ago ot
tho Cleveland's passengers Is well out-
sldu of tho limit, where violent exer-
Lite appeals, but thcro wus plenty of
Khufflcboard. deck golf und kindred
omusoments, whllo tho wcll-lltted
gjmnaslum was well patronized.
Hut the red-letter day of the trip
camo between Yokohama nnd llono-
when tho Cleveland crossed tho
ISOth meridian. Antipodes, Day, as It
Is usually culled. Wad txlcbmteil by a
line of dcep-seu gymkhana stunts that
proved highly entertaining, especially
Marked heavily with blue pencil.
Hen'llmns ("llrotlicr UenJainln") sends
the sporting editor u clipping concern-'must
lug Wllllo Ritchie, tho llttlo San Fran-, trials. Kven though tho San Fran
cisco lighter that llrum. left Honolulu cleco Call misspells the names nf 11111
to look after and manage. Inico and Duko Knhonumoku nnd gets
"And," writes lien, 'tho boy looka Duko's time for the 100 twisted. It
belter every light. If he doesn't tuko ctedlts the Islands with two fast men.
rn weight too fast ho will bo one of The paper says: I
th- greatest lightweights tho ring has "Honolulu will innko a determined
cvr seen. Olvo my regards to all effort to be represented on tho Olympic
Honolulu friends nnd say I'll bo bnck
there somo of these days. This coun
trj Is long on bulldlngf and trolley
tnr(4 but short on tllmate."
Tho clipping nbovo referred to rends;
I'lTTHTUma. Tn,. .Jan, 43.. TV
jijiteji-tqutcd Wi;ie Wlpljlc, who took
W,oIgat's plnco una held ITcdalo
WIsh sijfe on Thanksgiving Day, up
peurcd .bcoro the Aincrlcnn. tlub to-
nlfiht In a six-round bout, with. Young
Saylqr of Indianapolis. Ritchie put Jit
nil over Sailor, but did not bIiow his
superiority to support tho champion
ship claims that have boon mndo for
him. Ho was faster than Baylor nnd
his left reached Sailor often, but the
Kolld blows landed by tho Indianapolis
boy had tho San Francisco fighter In
distress In the last round.
Snylor did his best work In this pe
riod. Ha was also n slmda to the good
In the third IUtchlo was u little to
the good In tho first and took tho sec
ond, fourth and fifth.
Saylor excelled In Infighting, but he
mlyscd many swings, while Ritchie
timed his blows and they generally
reached the! mark. Bayfo'r1laniled. two
l.Wfl liijtliath' thut put IUtchlo In
distress. In 11 longer bout both men
probably would; do ninth better.
Plans are taklni: tangible shape for
the Lrlebrntlon of l)lclcn's birthday,
and a committed lias been named oh
Ulehop' ItcatarU'k, chairman; I'rcsl
dent ailinora of tho College of Ha
waii, President Ilorno of the Kamo
hnmelia Sihooln, Miss Foster of tho
Onhu. CoIlcRe fatuity, Miss Gonad I of
St. Andrew's Frlory nnd Mrs. I I
The pfogram will oiciipy piobably
a Jlttlo over an hour and a half. Mlsi
Foster will read a paper on tho Influ
ence of nickciis' early life on his lit
erary work, Illehop neslarlck ono on
what Dickens did for ililldrcn, whllp a
third paptr on the characters In Dic
kens will Ihj prepared by Professor
MIbh Uesscl will make urrango
inent for somo Dickens songs and to
KCthcr wjth her brother will present
a sketch taken from one ot tho auth
The, meeting, which will bo public,
will bo held nt tho Davles Memorial
Hall. It will tommenco at a quarter
patt eli,ht on the evening of Wcdnes,
day, February 7, Dickens' birthday.
clrs, l'ostcards or
Hawaii & ,
to those who did tho heavy looking on.
There were tho usual potato races,
sack races nnd thread nnd ncedlo
but thd .Innovutlon and real
io ! pr
Ircsstng contest. In which the men
operated on thculocks of tho ladles. It
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wan it great teat of fortltudo for bothl
sexes Had, tnun entered In tho con-1
Io., .nro.1 alltiM. thrmiall . nlnlnrv fir
till I ... 1,1,. I Inn n ln.1l tllirtner. Whom hB
planted on a chair In front of him.
At n given signal tho amateur hnlr-
dressers began to Jnnk out hairpins
nnd unsnarl tangled tresses In n way
that brought shunts of npprovnl from
tho bstunders end shouts of protest
from the victims. When tho lialr.nat-'
nml and artificial, rots, etc, hnd been
separated. It vvak up to tho contestants
to put the puztlo together again Tho
man who turned out tho creation that
looked least like n bird's nest within
the time limit was declared the win-
Taken nil In all. tho Cleveland crowd.
found plenty to umusa them on tho
The Coast Is waking up to tho fact
that Honolulu has some uthtctrs that
be reckoned with In the Olympic
gauieB teuin that this country will send
to Stockholm In July.
Chnrllo Newman, it well-known
merchant nf Honolulu nml an enthu
siastic nmatcur athletics follower, ar-
lived In tlw i-HyV-yestrnlay, tand Is;
confident as 'to tho ability of the men f(,at Ia8t wcck nould liavo (0 tn4 noon ul j.30 at lho room of ,,, Pub
fiat Honolulu will send to Ban Fran-ny remaining game while the !lighs"ilV ken IcTTsTocia? uTn" "" "
Cisco 10 iuko pun m 1110 irwis 10 "
held hero June 6.
"Honolulu will send at least two rep
resentatives1 to tho trials here next
Juno, and possibly three. It Is certain
that rtcce, tho crack
wprlnter of the
Rece has been
Islands, will bo here. Rece has been
clocked for the century on more than
one occasion In 10 flat.
"Tho other representative will be
Dock' Kahamuck, a swimmer, who has
shown remarkable class. He has been
credited with 601-5 seconds for the
100 arils In open water, which Is 1-G
second outside the American record
for the dlstnnce, held Jointly by Scott
I.eary ot this city and Charles Dan
iels of tho New York Athletic Club"
Scottish Thistle Club Plans
.Delightful Program In
Honor of Bard.
Tonight Is llurns night In Honolulu.
ai)d Uurns night Is ono of the ytfur'a
urcnslons In this city. Tho birthday
anniversary of tliu great Scotch bard
will bo celebrated with 11 fervor and
devotion not by any means confined to
thohn In whose veins runs tho blood of
Tho nroKTHm for this evening I
given by tho Scottish Thlstlo Club nt
tho Kilohami Art Lenguo rooms, nnd
tho formal program will bo followed
by 11 reception and dance. Tho pro
urum Is u delightful ono. It Is ns fol
Chairman's Remarks.. Chief P. E-'Tosh
Bong Thero Was u lJd Was Jlorn
In K)lo D. W. Anderson
Songs (n) Oh, Sing tao Mo the
Auld Scotch Bangs; (b) Turn Yo .
to Mo (old Highland melody)...,
Mrs. Chorion 8. "Weight
Song My Alii Folk .Canon W, Ault
Violin Selection Scottish Reinlnls
cences W. A. I.OVO
Songs' (11) Ye Ranks nnd llrnes o'
Ilonnlo Doon; (h) Comln" Thro' the
Re....Mlss Hdlth Rosslvu Collad
S'ong O. for u llreath of tho Moor
land C O. Livingston
Highland Danco (In costume)...
Mis Sybil Campbell Reld
Song Annie Uiurle P.. If, Curter
Accompanist It If Carter,
An i;ng. sit company is noins inrm-
ed In Cornwall to build and operate
sugar-beet factory. Deputy Consul J.
J. Stephens, nt Plymouth, Jenfns that
this Inislneaa will piohahly Ixi InaiiRii-
rated within the next six months.
i RANDOM SNAPSHOTS
Tim IUitik of Hawaii und Mayers j.
trams como together In tho Y. M. C. A.l,
bowling tournumont tonight. Tho
Rankers rolled 1932 against tho Cos-
inoi In their last game, winning two h
out of ihree- nml lho '' although
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Mlk Murphy. University of
"SlVnllla track COOCll, tmlnCr Of tllO
PhllllP nml thO miin WhO Ik lOOkcd
U1'0n n8 ,n0 llopo o J'10 ynnkc0 ntlJ"
lc,c" ln tl,c coining Oljmplc games, H
reported convalescing from his recent
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"''" "le n'"Jij i.hhk u, .-
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M""ln of ,1,c !"' Mnkn cnnl8
11ncK'' ",no wl" ",u '" " """r 'v
",'"1 wr "' f"" ,.ro"n15"' h"
lolM! ,,,,,",, u c,ul' "'""J" '" In win-
nlng Its third pennant.
Hois' Field Is being put In first
clnss shape for track practise Mem
bers of tho five !0)s clubs of the city
nro all out for preliminary work now,1
and the Held Is coining In for lots of
Vliucnt Oenoves Is n bowler ns well
as a snlmmcr. He rolls for tho Flay
TO BE SETTLED
What promises to be tho .greatest
soccer maicn 01 vne prrscm season .s
scheduled for next Saturday, wlienina
High ScUool and I'unahou teaink como
together In the second game of tho
regular league double-beader at Mo
llllll. Tho Ilghs and Iunahous are
I now tho only contenders for tho cup,
IIUI1 till) VIIIJ VUlllv ll" ' vn'p
.- .,,, on'nccounl of'tficlf flo-
vould naxa to loso
every came to
to n tie1 at the
bring the two teams
end of tho season
(Inlv llircn nnlnts srnar.ts Illrhnnd
irumthou If High School wins or
,jrawil Saturjn' Kame. the champion-1
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nahou has a chance, although It Is a
slim chance, for the Highs would then
have to loso their next two contests
vvnuu MIU l llllttliuua huuiu iia.c iw.w.i
the last game of tho series from tho'
Malles. iun.h.n suffers from the dls-
advantage of playing only two more
games to High school' three, being
tho lay-off team on February 3.
Tho opener Saturday will be a set-to
between tho Malles and Kain Alumni.
DUKE FUND NEAR
Tho Duke Kahanamokti fund has
turned tho 900urmrrk, nearly two
irned tho H00"rmrrK, nearly lvo-i'cir mmro ui niimuiiu trai .uitov
ilrds of'the'niessiy. amount having 'for their Bhare In the program and
ran rnlswl. JrhVlIul 'NhIu Club's lho Juggler is still as funny as over,
ince" siiould fudcl nnotheV 1:50. and'. 8eats Lan lio Bccured by phone as
there Is llttlo doubt nut that tho bal-
aneo i-nn 1e( r'alscd by, popular sub
scription. A committee consisting of Alec May,
W. T. Rawlins and Sam Muhclonawas
appointed last night to take charge of
tho sum already In hand and to col -
lect subscriptions not ct paid In, tho
entlro amount to bo held until It Is
needed for the transportation of Duke.'a lot of new work along that line
Vincent Oenoves and their manager, that will shako your sides. Madamo
Tho list: h.lojd Is In tho finest of volco nt the
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i-rcviuiy rcpuncu ......... .. no,. on
4 Friend 2 to
A Sport 100,
J. n. Oult 1000
Good If ca I 111 Impossible with u Dis
Thero Is nothing that will creafo
sickness or cu.iao moro trouble thun
a disordered stomach, and many peo
ple dally contract sorlous maladies
Dimply through disregard or abuse, of
Wo urge every one eurtorlng from
any stomach derangement, Indiges
tion, or dyspopBla, whether aouto or
chronic, to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets, with the distinct understanding
that we will refund their money with
out 'question or formality, If 'after rea
sonable use of this medicine they aro
not suttsllod with tho results. Wa
recommend them to our customers ev
ciy day, und havo yet to "hear of any "B,8Cl1 ''' l0m'nB ianu.alBn, imrtlcu
ono who lias not beon benefited by,1"1 wlth t'"'1 lo tho naming ot
a 'them. Throe sires, 2fic, 50c, and
11,00 a box. Sold In Honolulu only ntl
our store The lU'Mill Store. ,Repson,l
Smith & Oo , Ltd, Fort and Hotel
U CHAMPION CHASED OUT. 3
NI1W YtlllK. N Y. If Frank
0 Nc ,)t tho r.cntl. crcntcrt
eilU lti,lct0 commission has
nl)ylnlnp ,0 Hny nl)0ut , Jack
lohnton wln not ,lon Rl(no
. rnnte.t nitiiin tim limits
ot New York mate T)lcro ,,.
been Homo talk of staging a
j short bout here for Johnson
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, n preliminary to tho proposed
8 match with Jim Fljnn In Ne- t
A .,.,! A
Hut," continued CommtuBlon
er O'.N'elt today, 'tho Athletic
Commission was created to con'
,, l,oxn ml wC're COlng tO f
$. control It. I hao como to tho t
conclusion It Is ngalnkt public
polc, on(1 expediency to have
Johnson box here. This Is II-
O'N'ell ndded that In tho event
any promoters should Insist In
putting on a Johnson bout hero
ho would resign. "And that,"
he concluded, "would stop all
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TO THE f ORE
Tho Ileretanln Tennis Club heiii n
meeting last night and elected Its "f-(
llcers nnd board of governors for 1912.
For soma tlmo tho club has been taking
sport rather easily, but tho nowly
clicted officers nt last night's meeting
stirred up a lot of enthusiasm, and a
'program of tournaments and tennis
I doings will bo pushed from now on. Inm piay, tho program to be as fol
Tho following officers were elected:' lows:
Fresldent, C. O. Ilockus; lce-prcsl- Grand March Charles IHMiop.. Renter
dent. D. W. Anderson: secretary, J. Overture Festival Sunno
'Macauluy; treasurer, H. Sinclair; cap-
,n,nf A- ,, Castle; trustees. A. P. Wall'
R Wodchouie ani n. u. Uooth.
n,,-rD,-.r.r-rj pi iin
UU iniUWCn UUUO
IS AFTER ACTION
Tho imnual ineetlngof tho Outrlg,
1 a ,iv .. hss - n. " zz T
irerlub. Is tobo heliLSuturduy after
Hlectlon of pfllcera ta IP (be 1
the, p'rojrrcssll e of vK'5,uu
I slate In the tlelcl
le-le. 111 tlnsurn 'action and plenty
of It during the year. '
iu HnA run
THREE NIGHTS MORE
There are hut three nlfihtB more to
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' ln ra f" ' ' l .SL",, !f
' Panting nigh ly at the O p he. m.
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Is very cleverly done.
On, Monday Von Arx will continue
his trip around the world and will glvo
his last performance hero on Satin.
day night. New mysteries in tho black
art will be presented tonight.
The Musical Reeves are winning.
their nharo of applause every night
tho box offlco Is open all day,
The "White Horrc Inn" which lho
Hughes Musical Comedy Company will
present at the Illjou tonight will bo
jn there as a fun producer. Stan'
hope and Lenianc as Impersonator of
German and Hebrew comedy, havo cot
present ana nas auaea 10 ner popular
Ity slnco Joining the Hughes Company,
t was learned yesterday that this
popular troup may stay hero for an
other week instead of Balling for tho
1010.85;orleiit the first of next week.
The colored folks at tho Jlmplro arc.
still a drawing card for tho cozy little
playhouse, and tho motion picture
films that are bolng shown are the
best that have been seen In this city.
Tonight there will be a change of pro.
gram all 'round, hut of tho same high
Chop I.cong has filed ji motion for
a new trial In connection with tho
verdict rendered against him In the
suit brought by Klmlra Johnson. Ho
claims that tho damages, which
amounted to over four hundred dol
lars" are excessive.
Tho Democratic territorial commit.
too held n meeting latt night and dls-
. delwites to the national convention.
Wanted! Fifty morn drrornteil
o for lliu Floral Vnrude, rt III
""o 'or tho biggest carnltal ot all.
Ready to Go Up Against Town
Men in Field and Track
Ilocuuso the West Virginia and Col-
nrniln .lnln.1 tin,! .... I,. h nnn, .tnrr
Instend of going outshla for prnrtlsa
(IiIh week, tho athletes nnd track men
of both crul-ers have hnd n chance to
work out for the licet Meld day sched-
uled for Sunday nejit, nnd nro confl-
5dent that they will bo more than nbbi
f to hold their own against lho town in
tries Tho mooting will be n benefit
nffnlr for the Naval Relief Koclety.nnd
! It Is expected that Hootfltitu will turn
5 nut In fore, In consideration of tho
fact Hint the' fleet sportsmen vvero
Duko Kah.innmnku benellt Inst Sun
day the success It proved
A good program of events hns licon
drawn up, nnd nlready tho entry lists
lire well lllhd. All the class of ships
nnd shore w 111 be seen In action. Thern
Is n good ilinnco that Soldier King
will clip something more oft Ids own
B-mlle record nnd that Sailor Farren
of the Colorodo will plnr tricks with
the SFO-vnrd mnrli. Fnrrm Is n clever
Imtf-tnllcr. nnd has It In him to set a
now Island record j :
It It It
This evening nt S o'clock nt tho
Hensanton Hotel, tho Hawaiian bind
Chorus Tannluiuscr AVocner
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. .Ar. by Merger
Selection Tho Spring1 Mnbl.Relnhardt
Waltji May I Have tho Pleusure..
March Hawaiian Airs Ilcrgcr
Tho Star Spnnglcd Ilanner.
'a. tm a
The final nrcomlts n connTtlnn
with-the estato of the late Frank T
Clark who was killed In an nutn met.
Jylent at Kalnmlilj about six rnonth
.vyyu" "uv" " .'ago were filed tn tho circuit ronrt yes
tliuC they say, If - . .,, , ,.-,
terday, Tho creditors get IB; per
cent of thplr total claims,
amount to $11GC95.
ONLY THREE MORE NIGHT81
Naw Mysteries Tonight by
Presenting Most Remarkable Mytterlea
8HAW, THE YODELER
"MUSICAL" REEVE3 'f
PRICES 1, 75c, S0o and 2So
OPENING JANUARY 29.
HIE "J.Al(llll.MI SKASi:v" ,4
Margaret Dale Owen
bupportcd by hc "" fy
What Happened to Jones
.Mr. CLirkf ai.is the original .KINK, 8.
Seats on salt 4t Hwil Promotion
Rooms, Young Building. Phone 2345.
PRICES H 75c, We and 25o