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HONOLULU STARBULraTIX TUESDXT,TEBi9, 1913.
I '"' ; 'u. Xv-'- -:- - ;' - -. .J.".- ;'' ' " :' '. V; ; -. : v -iTr - ' - t 4--. , . . . v. . v v . ' ' " ; . I - - ' . . m . . . . , . ,-v:... -. .. 3,-... - ...... J -.... .. - .". . : I . . ' ' ' 1 ' . ' I I II I 1 I li I , , L n : : t - ... Jl lluli 1 LdJ - IILjIIUI 1011 A. A. I). lilLtl mm rm an mm urn muni in uuuuul ; MEET NEXT ; : Era 3. 8 0 s 0 0 Big Event of the Athletic Year Is Set for March,,! .'arid Both v ; School and . Graduate Per- former? Are Vorkin Hafd In Preparation s - . , , , -,, Preparations for thetig A.'A. U. track meet which 1 la to . be held on March 1st are how being made and it 1m expected that all "Hill be in read i ne.sa by thatdate. "tTlie meet la. to be held on' the Alexander Athletic field, I'unahou. 'Four teams, Puna hou, Kiiinehameha, . Healant. .and Ale-! Kinley,. have already ;been listed for the meet and It la pCB&ible that there will be more. Tbp .teams are to be Composed of . student, alumni or juemlera of the school or club which tbty represents, All cbntestanta not itpreseiiting some; club will be en tered as unattached. ' The meet is to be a strictly ama-; i ; iVtbe auspices of the Hawaiian branch I V of. the Amateur Athlete Union.. This association has uone- and 'Is duing much, to, promote ;cea"h' sport :,amont!: the. amateurs.. The, A.; A. yf meet Is , an aiiuual event 'and. eacb .iyear it is ci eating , more interest .among1' bbth the tontestahts and the generalpub- lie, and results are becoming more" satisfactory, -every .year. ; OmciaJ ordtjr of events In'the meet 1 . will. be as; follows: . - ! ' . ' ' '. ' ' k Track Events. : x V; 1' - ' ' 1. 120-yard hurdle" race, trial "beats. . : ; ;;. 4.v ,; : ; v , 2. 50-yard - lasb, 'trial heats. One-mile, run. t . : - - ' 220-yard dasu, trial heats. 440-yard dash. - "" V' 120-yard iiurdle race, UnaKheata. &0-yard dash, final . heat. ' ' 22i-yard hurdle ra'ce, trial heats. 100-yard dash, linal heat. Hair-mie run. : r.: ' ' 220-yard dash,' tria heats. ; 120-yard hurdle tace,; final heat 22U-yarf "da&h, final heat. ' , , 9 One-mile relay,Tun. ' ; 11 Discus thiow. . , . ' 12 High Jump. -V ' ' .14 Throwir.,-; ; the lCJh.; hammer. . .: 15 TLrowIns the javelin.- - ' ' . 1C nui.r!:: tree i.l-mr ' "To fcery txst place , winner, Id any. event is to givea a - solid - gold medal.. Second place dinners , will be &ivtn Eterlirs sHver medals', and probably third place winners will be given brouze medals. A silver cup will Le given to the "winning relay tca:u 'and another to the winning teamof the meet.' .If In any of the. evtnts listed witb trial,, and final heats there, will not be enough ath-. Ictes entered to make more than one heat. the. single, heat .will be .consid ered the final. . .. ;-V :v . ' V - r The rela', listed asne mile, is as yet not positively ..fixed for that, dis tance, and may be a, mile or half:mlle. The half-mie is favored by some as li asa. the mile The. mlle.seema.to-be favored,, more generally, however, and. It Is possible that it- wUl 1b chosen fpr the, meet, Hither the mile or the half-mile relay make a splen did run and it will-not anecune in terest of. the race whichever one is chosen, j. "- ' . -'.'.'. : There is much finematerial in view for-the meet this year, and Xhe re ill probablv be more en tries for. every vent than In any.TTeyious year. The different teams are hard at "work practicing and they expect to be-up to their best form by the day of the meet. : ' .... k"' '"'' -' ; rhctlme set for the meet is 2:30 p. m. Saturday, March l&C This meet under the auspices or the A. A. V., is to be the first-of three track meets to be held in the near future, : the i second being the dual meet oetween. Punahcu and Kamehameha, and the ' last the Cornell meet . for all the i' schools In' theinlerecholastlc league. . -M- -' - - HAWAIIAfJPOLOlSTSp-, . . SCORE ONCE MORE S According ito' wireless dis- g ' patch received by Jhe morning XX paper, the All-Hawaiian polo 5 team scored . another: victory at 8 H Pasadena on February 1". when a it defeated the Boise team in a tt practise game ly, the oVterwheJmr It Ing score of 18 to 3.' Both play- B St ers and ponieiswere in excellent U . H condition. , :r "'" aa naaxia a a a n a a a a JBKLTJV CURDEE s . Following close upon the heels of the Cornell Club cross-country run, which was; so successfully; held at Oahu College last Saturday after noon, comes the fifth annual track and field meet of the . Grammar School Athletic League, which. U Scheduled to. take place on the after noon, of ' March 1, beginning at ond ;On accpunt of the fact that the A. A. U. track and field' meet Is to be hp Id ; on., the same day -and., on the same field,; it has been deemed i nec essary, to;. start the meet promptly: at one .o'clock. The various .events will be ' (run off .according ,to a. tlma rcbedule without any Intermlasloa, and this , schedule, will be placed In the hands r of all the schools- entered some time before the day of the meet: A, strut rare haa been made-'Which is td the Effect that any entrant who is not at the mark at the time Bet, wlii bebarredV from that, event It was found necessary to make this rule in order that the events, of the A. A. U. meet, might not be delayed-in start ing..': .The .finals will be run during, the preliminaries of tlie A. A. U. meet, which Is scheduled to commence-at half-past two D'clock,; thus giving the necessary time for Test. $ The grammar school meet will be in tbfr form of a- curtain raiser for the A. A. U. ;contestsr and ,1a. by far the- most important of athletlo -contests of the year among the grammar schools. In years past there has -always been-a great deal of .keen com petition and rivalry among the schools whlrf participate each, year in . the meet, and fox .weeks, past -the1 youth fid athletes have been hard at .work with th4 -pole and the, shot, and on the cinder path." '. '. ' '.' - ' lhe entrant ' from the -, different schools ,r will.; be divided Into two classes . according . ,to , weights Class , A being composed of those weighing one hundred pounds and ; over, . and Class B those weighing under jone Liindred pounds. Today will be the lasfday.Ja which .the.entjants rlU haye chance toofflcially weigh in. ,tnd .the. spales,-. which are located ) in lh,e, physical . director s, oiiice.iin, tne You'd z Men's ..LChristlam-. Af'.QclatlO tutldii-g,. vifi be available up; until nine o'clock, tiiis 'evening.; - Every "boy who enters the meet. vlll be required tw Mve -been officially,. wejghed in and"Tiis ame "and," weight taken by the, physical toector of the, 'associa tion. ,' The various gramwr schools entering ths; year are Punanbu, I(a mehameha, lolanl, Mills School, Hono hilu .School for Boys and Central Grammar, '-.' , ,,-' .- yv.i L. Johnson, . secretary of .the Grammar, School Athletic League, has announced the following schedule of f vents: -;.".; v : - ; Tragic Even. ' - ' plas'a A lOOsrard dash; SOorard un; .220 yard dash.. ... .. : ; ; -.- ;Cla8S . A -100-yard dash f ,( trial heats) ; 880-yard run; 220 yard -dash (trial heats) ; 100-yard dash (final heat) ; - A tOryard,. dash ; 220-yard dash (final heat); 880-yard reyal. - Class B 50-yard dash (trial heats); 220-yard dash (trial heats) ; 50-yard dash (final heat); 100-yard - dash trfal heats); 220-yard dash (final heat);, 100-yard dash (finals heat); 410-yard military reay.' . , Field Events. ' ..r , - ... Class A Pole vault, shot put, high Jump, broad Jump. : : . Class B High Jump, broad jump. WSSQM EHiLd Jack Britton,Crack Lightweight, '' 'Is LoohingtFor Willie Ritchie - X' K . . - . ' ' i' , ; ; . - . ' t 'A i 7 r - - r - ) I -.. .IV V - - ; i " .. 4 While Wiyie Ritchie is naming opponents, whoiahe-i will. mdet-in the future for the .title, or suggesting .those whom he considers : qualified for his icJass.j he, should . not. overlook Jack Britton. Ritchie - names.- Wolgast, fivers andiMcFarland.as his three .-best opponents,; evidently; having for gotten all about Britton. .In October, 1911, Ritchie gained,; founround de cision over, Bhttoa Jit SaU iFrancisccv but thalt cut 'no figure when weigh ing tht-worth.of the men at this time. ' Since; then : Britton ; his beaten some of the best lightweights, 'In" the country, and he is now. busy, trying io arrange another meeting, with Packy McFarland, as bis .manager, Dan Morgan,, claims Jack defeated , Packy atv Memphis jtvhen , they. met. a year ago. . Dan loves to write all about bis protege,, but at the . same. time. he Is pot afraid to send him against all comers.; no matter who 4heyi mayrbe. in a letter the other day -Dan said We want '. to get . MeFarlar l into. a Match, and-there Is no bluff about IU .1 will back an.'mV stater J'Trtgylth lone.A. MPheel. Cane'Tpjjtl o44nwilWaft'"BfrittcgatB fi;;.side. any tas; . Major coiner. j o KourKe. aistance, iwepxy rounas;preierrea,; jsck ia wtign nngsiue.auu racsey can -weigh 13Z-at 5-o'clock.M.This sltculd fie; fair enough for Packey grab. Britton will also fight Ritchie at any 1 time, and if he Jails to stop the : champion" in fifteen rounds we will give hlnu.the entire purse, no matter how the bout may ' terminate after the fifteenth ; .round ends,v That goes for Ritchie or we : stand ready to match up with him at any tlmein the regulation way and at 133 pounds ringside. , Ha can also have a aide bet Xti 5,000. -"Now we have a .right to challenge for the titled and It is up to RrVct'e to accept. The offer also stands -for -McFarland - as stited above. ..And to show Jack is not afraid he will take Mike 'Gibbons on at "145 at . 4 9'clock. Nuw "oiiie on with any of the hree." ' r ( '. ; ; . SlllSaEllIEElSIlKf PLAYS TAaVITH SHAPES, K VAUi! --ir . .. . . , . .. . - .1 . AFTELI 2 TITLES I, LOS ANGLk.ES Johnny Dundee. is going to try for ; two world's cham pionships. The. remarKay clever New-York? featherweight has , asked v r J Tom McCarey to consider him for f matcb here with Joe Rivers, Leach " Cross or any other lightweight in the top notch division "who may want his game after he has boxed Johnny Kil- " bane at Vernon the afternoon of April 12 Scotty Montith, manager or Dun dee, says that his boy is fast and clev- s Although putting up a jlucky came. jthe fNapoleons went down . to . defeat before the. Stonewall Jacksons last evening in . the third, game of. the1 em ployed b6yV basketball . series . at the "Y", by, a score of ! to 0 ' .' ; ,' The line-up of the two FeamsMs as follows: , . . ,' - . ;i' V-,- stonewall Jacksons Caesar Ca bral Frank Amorin, J. Perry, F. Sil va.;Xilva. fc -v ' ' v . " N'apoleons-VMin King Li, Kin Chee, Eddie Taylor; H. Henricksoa, C Hen rickson.' ' ,;: .... - ,. . , : ' As a. result, of the game last even ihg, the Stonewall Jacksons are ;now in fcmtjush waiting for the Lincolps to come along, the latter, team' holding the oids on favorites, for the cham pions. : Tomorrow evening, in , Cooke hall,' the members of the Washington and Lincoln clubs wi,l hold a social in Hold .dn tighL This story makes Duke, Kahanamoku's Vgiant eelt look like a bait worm.- According to a Sunday story in the Philadelphia En quirer of, February Duke.'s favorite sport Is playing tag -with- man eating sharks while, according tbthe text, the , big Hawaiian , Is so out of. his element ashore that he can ; hardly drag one foptrafte?, the other, .v , 1 . ' Aa an. introduction to the great per formances of. Duke. In the east and at Stockholm, and accompanying . two good pictures of the champion, the Enquirer, "prints the, 'following: ,: '-, The mermaid,; being a poetic "myth aqd a fictitious .character of the artlsta' fevered imaginatiop,thc.next nearest thing to va. fish that masquer ades in human form ar,e the islanders of K the Southern Pacific Ocean, who can" truthfully .be said to be more at hqme in- the water than on the land. On land the South Sea islander Is an indolent, shiftless being, the height of whose ambition appears to, be to see how long he'ean lie undisturbed on the. velvety manienle ' grass on . the shady side, of a grass hbuse or "prop ped up against , the . butt end of a feathery cocoahut palm, but in the shark-infested waters of his native islands he apparently realizes, for the first time .what, his hands and feet are hitched Onto, his dark body for, and he is all action and exhibits a skill that is little less, than marvelous. The largest and . most generally known of x.this gronp of 'islands Js Hawaii, one of Uncle yarn's new pos sessions, and trans-Pacific travelers touching at Honolulu have become pop-eyed with amazement at ' the aquatic skill displayed by the native boys who swarm the docks of Hono lulu harbor and swim 5. out to meet 4 the., incoming. steamers , to dive for nickels aid.Bimes thrown from the ends i over, the' great billows as: they sweep shoreward fhls little Kahana moku bov ix-rf ormed . wonders and "will consist of a free supper, patriotic dark moving shapes of the man-eaM eclipsed all other; Kanakas at - the music and stories of Washington and ing "leopard" shark. . 1 sport Sutliidlng is an old and heroic While this native skill is a matter of wonder to the man who from in fancy ; has" kept , his feet incased in commemoration of the birthdays of deck to swimmers down 'through the these two great heroes. The program green water in the very midst of the Lincoln. -' er enough to whip Rivers or Cross, class of all otherlightweights in thejpatent leather shoes and who has al- ' . . . i 1 i : : , matter, of cleverness . and ail round ways looReu ipuu uie r as mium w class he is dreaming of annexing two championships before he takes his boy back to the big town. I read. It In the Star-BnlieUn. ranst be sv. ' ! ii be used exclusively as a "chaser" to his favorite brand Of poison, it is but common native talent, to the brown skinned hydro-man who has been reared to look upon the wide expanse of : sea tuat incased his 'island home as his special flein of conquest The South Sea Islander's contest with the sear necessitated by.71.is .craving for what the .sea could supply .as, from early, days been . the chief-, stimulus in the development of Hawaiian char acter.' It has Jbeen .about the . only thing he haa had to, call out his skill, couragesagacity, Ingenuity and abili ty; to endure i and :; conquer, . It v-has created in him not only a wonderful ability in his bodily contact with, the waves, but,' has promoted a knowl edge of navigation, and led to a min ute and accurate v observation ; of winds and currents, - lent scope and fervor to the . Imagination. - an4. set aflame the poetic spirit of .the race. Their old songs and most cherished native traditions are. replete ..with ref erences to the sea.;. The sea Is the Hawaiian's classic, from which have come to him the seven wonders otthe legendary world, and its foam-crested billows have furnisned him with his means of livelihood, his sport, his all. - It is little wonder, then, that the greatest swimmer the world of 4 sport has ever seen should come from Ha waii. Over In Honolulu .lived a dark skinned boyr son of Honolulu's, chief of. pol ice one of the. brown naked kids who habitually swarm over the docks and swim through the shark in fested w aters of the narbor in search of silver coins thrown from the decks of . the incoming steamers-7-who showed an ability to. surpass even the wonderful feats of the rest of. these Kanaka kids in their water sports. This little brown -Kanaka boy was a wdnder even among a nation of won ders. His name was Duke P. Kahana ni9ku. . . j ' At surf-riding the national sport of a 0! MY! (JIASTS IT ILL HATE VIOLET I'M FOR MS a Vi NEW YORK, Feb. 8. There a a was much lifting of eyebrows and a a quiet speculations as to Just how a a the Giants Will look when they a a step on to; the Polo grounds a a wearing the violet uniforms., . a a Frequenters of Broad way most a a of whom are suspected, of being a a baseball, fans, discussed the mat- U a ter among themselves, and decid- a a ed that-Johnny McG raw's crew a a. would: be about, the., sweetest- a a looking bunch of men on any dia- a a mond. The . manager of the New. a a York team announced the new a a'uniforms .'....- . .. r..; H a He asked what were the colors a a of; New York University, and a a and when a friend of his told him a a violet,, he said:( ... - ?a a "That sounds goodrto me. VIo- a a let, it is. -Violet stockings.belts,,a a caps and. mayhe jtlolethoes. s ,a a a a a a n n ?j a a a a a a a a a RACE til t'S ''A, Ik . U f . NO','! AIL :1 I , Entries for the horse v races at Kaplolanl Park next, Friday closed yesterday r afternoon, the i lists being somewhat, slim.' v'. : r a The 1 0-mile bike race will be de elded before' te horses ... take the track, commencing at 9:30 a. m. The entires: - 1 - '.;. .' - ! First race 1200, Hawaiian-bred ; Onle, entered by L. A. Achlui Athlone. by.. A. McPheeT Canetop, . by Henry. Fjreitas, ,;.. ... : ' ; r . , I Second ; race, half ; mile, Hawaiian bred; best two in three H-Carnullta, W..-B.; Hopkins; Dusty Rhodes, R Crusher; Naieva; -William Lucas. ; ; v i.Thlrd .race, half mile, for ponied; free-rorall Clara C., G. Holt; Miss Bryan, J. O'Rour ke ; Dora D., J. Me derlos. -r ' .. . . I . y i Fourth race)- cup, two-year-old Sa lina. Dr. Fitzgerald; WooIIeo. Auntie" .Fifth racer five-eighths mile; 'free-for-all Umpqua,' L. Warren;- Sonoma Ji O'Rourke; Miss Bryan, J. 0"Rourkev Sixth race. three-quarter mile-Ath- &ici'ieej.. cane;Toj?t Ak tret .Seventh; race, $1000; ' free-forath-r Dtnervo, A. McPbee; Welcome Boy, Campbell; El Oro, J. O'Rourke. V - .. icignth raee; X7uu; rree-ror-aii une onta, L. Warren; Merlingo-Harvester, J,' O'Rourke. '--. i . ,w ' u 'lJ (Ninth race, best two in three Har old D J. mT. Silva; El ; Oro, J. O'Rourke; Uanuoa, J. Lucas. :. .Tenth ; race, - threeuarter; mile; free-for-all Oneonta, L.'-:' Warren; Harvester-Sonoma, J. O'Rourke., ' " VjEleventh racp; cup, for gentlemen---. Ioveiale. J. B.- Llng; Sporty Boy, C. J. Gones; Noble,; F. Fernandez, . Twelfth race, half mile, Hawaiian bred Indian1 Boy. ;A. McPhee; ; Dixie, Will Lucas ; Dora D.,c J. Mederlos. ; breakers. ;, ;,,. r.;i!r-'v..;' v.' ; At dodging sharks in the waters of Honolulu harbor wltn. ills jnouth filled with .coins tossed from the deck jof the steamers this tyoung son of. Hono lulu's chief . of police was . also ? the peerof i all. the Kanaka poy8.:Proh ably many a trans-Pacific traveler has leaned, over . the , raiL o an, incoming steamer tossing coins into the water, and wondering at the daring aquatic feats of this brown Kanaka boy. with out knowing that, he 'was looking on what was destined to.be known the world oyer as . the world's c greatest syflmmer. v A - 'v ;Z; in !Honor-irir-!Iof Kahana moku that as a boy he. tempted fate from the mouths of sharks in. the hat- bor merely as a matter of-jsport and an exhibition of.. his daring : and prowess, frequently' approaching one of . these r monsters Aa"nUy playing hide and seek with the man-eater In the water for the delectation of the horri fied i passengers . on - seme incoming steamer. It Is said taatwhen ap proached , by a shark iKahanamoku would "tread water" and gaze down into the water with hb keen, eyes Intent on the tactics oj the enemy. ana just as .tap snarK vtouid turn on bis back to snap the litte brown boy would . dive beneath the monster,, and the great jaws would :ome together with nothing between) them. He would repeat this untilne gained a rope dangled from the sie of the shlD and would then f frequency drop back to, repeat the performance. ..y This was . the stuff which the world's greatest swimme! was eventu ally made. , As he grew ilder and the era of progress that hd set in -in Hawaii . promoted a; bettr - organized condition of affairs, Kaknamokn be came a member of te Hui Nalu Swimming Club of Hontulu, and In the competitions of thisclub he per- Wear Shirley Prc::;il Suspenders They adjust themselves to every net ion, they are light, oxl. strong, durable, they avoid pressure on the shouMers and pre- vent strain oa the garments. 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Rolling, in : form, the .Myrtles put over three, straight on the Rapid Transits last night, The street car men may be at-the bottom of the lad- . 1.... .t. 1 ; l- . - a ana don't make . excuses fo split or missed spare, j.i ;me scores v - .- Kerr . . Kinslea . Morath . Jtietow Edgecomb ; ,-.;-;;;., L Li...: i ' ,11. , 1. - -A " V v f - , . . ; Ti il.:...' . . ' . ' pat crJ tier. : -Eeady for v.e. tvt a.A t. 7V -..At all dealers anj ;i.C yrtles -? . J66 .161 . mi 137 13G 119 153 163 162 207 ;is2 161 ' 177 143 153 519 429 177 45 52:J -yf'"-v.i;! : 71!) rsc ; . .Bapld Transits Azvedo . ...... 154 15 i ao . Corned 10. E. Clark Canerlo 82S 2361 131 141 123 (12J 15S 1140 9 t 133 709 169 732 145 159 152 131 1S4 455 4:S1 411 429 46t good score w hen- they bowl" the L: tia next Tutsda. . Edgecomb had Imth h(h average for the Myrtles. 207 and 174. C'anerio had both h vwi o SfciAi average for the tr, 163 and 155. The It. T.'s pensive. ; , v "blows' were very ex- all my -t-frikei were Iucky."Ed2e coinb. ...... - 751 2192 i - ' x splits ;;;f; ;r;. "Vou fellows) ve had been bowling they would have "' lutir ueaus orr." Hanty. The Myrtles should., j ripe for a the Hawaiians, which consists of Tidr ing a long, thick plank with rounded formed " feats that amaid those ac- enstomed to the averagj swiinming competitions. News of these feats performed in open , comptition ; soon sport . for; which Hawaiians have al ways, been, noted. , In ancient times it was practiced ;"in honor -of the kings and chiefs, but has. since become a royal .sport on ; its own account. . and at this sport, standing erect; on hi3 surf-board with folded? arms, com plete master of the. waves, which be appeared , to. be driving before him like chariot; steeds, young . Kahana moku was monarch of the rolling - tm 1 1 1 filtered into "the states and while! tnose trans-Facific travejra who had witnessed the feats. perfemed by Ka naka ; boys . in Honolulu iarbor were ready to believe almost ty thing that mignt be said of the aqttic prowess of these . little brown feilowsv the great throbbing world sport that had been familiar with tl.time made by the best swimmers r iicompetltion could not believe it with the power 01 any numan ueing to srform such I Ieat3. TnnMT,2" High Isirxa.4. 2j" Wrt Penhurst meets 'in front 1 and stays that way. It is non-shrinkkble, has the strongest of buttonholes And ample tie space COLLARS 15., Ifuc 25c.CI.ett. tttM, ftCft.Uit,n MOTHERS SIIOI'LII KE3IEJHJEI2 We wish to call your attention to the fact that, most Infectious diseases such as whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet fever tlie child has a tn!l rhimwi.i.'. tough Remedy will . nniviw - 1 ...-v... vj . vain cold and greatly It-sea the d.-inger of IHiniro.lU. . I ... . 0 .-..-viJU5 n.cse uijfas!3. This reni cdy.iH famous for its euros of colds. It contains no oninm nr fho narnni and may be given to a child with Im plicit confidence. Tor sale byall dealers. - Iineoo. Smith & Co.. Ltd, agents for Hawaii advertlsemenL - GETTING BUSY ' ; - ANNUAL REPORTS AH the lerritorial offiVI.iTa in , " deeply immersed in thtir annual rfr- iuri, in prepararwm lor the legisla ture, and in most 'instances ail wilt be ready for presentation on the opening day of (he session.:. Treasurer U. U. Conklins:''xiiecbt-.'to- tiav hi -iiJl -? iii Hiiaje ny lomorrow or Tti UT8d3yat the latest. AH the others t.rohihi -n be ready about th-sariie time. - The people; we envy always envy some other fellow higher up. Many a man likes a woman's style zlx long as he doesn't liv t for it. . - .- - ,