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1 l 1 1 jl '' i ' :'i a:- SIUBBf KRUGER VII1S CASTlESVffi FROM FAST FIELD Outrigger Club Stages success- ful Program; Carbis Walker - ; Wins From Duke - " Harold "Stubby" Kruger carried off 'the honors In the Castle long distance " swim staged under the auspices of the f Outrigger Canoe Club on Saturday , afternoon, winning from Carbis Walk--, er and Duke Kahanamoku by about 50 - yards. This race was the feature "' event of an excellent program. Members of the Outrigger Canoe Club said today that they regret that ;i, Langer was not entered, but stale 1 that his" entry was in, and it is-' no 7 it fault of theirs that the Southern Cali " v! fdrnla long -distance star did not com- : pete. Both Kruger nd Duke trained i t) Tor the race against Langer and were V much disappointed because the latter v natator was not on hand. "Stubby" Was Right V It it doubtful If any swimmer could 'i nave won from Kruger the way the Jieaiani star was swimming on Satur j". day. -Stubby" would have even given SA Ross, the world's champion, a great " ;t. battle, and his- performance of Satur " S day means much to local swimmers .Honolulu has been shy on long dis I i tance men In the past, but with Kruger ? continuing his present stroKe, moow '' rfve the best In the business a good rub. -' The Outrigger. Club committee hand . led everything In an excellent manner, ? and a large" crowd came out to see the feature race. There . was ' much . in 2 terest In the event as the local boys : were coins waiter the California star. ' ' As constructive criticism, some one is ' ' at fault. It was announced that Lan- ii ger would compete in thia cyenL . if v Langer announced that be would not swim early enough, the committee is : at fault for not giving thl to the pub ; T He. It Is to be hoped that In the future ;.' the public-will be given the straight ; facta. It vrlll be a good thing ior tne y eport. V ' :r--'. 's ; Duke Leads t Duke and "Stubby"? started off at a ' - fairly fast clip at the beginning of the J race, and Walker and Ah , Kin .Tee fol- " towed." At the 440 Duke was leading ' kruger by two-yards nd:was awlm lng a stroke a second,, while. Kruger waa using even a fastet$Voke.JVaIk er, was back about 2S'yexaVwi$.'Ah " Kin Yee trailing. QjijL& i About a half mile from the start Kruger began to move np and passed Duke' and continued on ; to the. flag with a good lead. He Increased the lead by yards going to the finish at the diving stand. Walker piloted by a coach on a surfboard gained, at the last quarter mile and came into-the finish ahead" of Duke by Inches. It was a great finish, and Walker made good In the last fewsyarda. : v ; r Ha Waa Busy V:. '-Vr " i"?'1 ' In justice to Duke It must be said that he had participated . in paddling ' races, and nf ter learning that Langer would not -be entered did not take thing ao eriously. Duke gives' all lie credltio Kruger for bis great race, tad, refused, to claim any: allM.'; You tave gotto'hand it to Duke on one relet, : The long swim isnt his race, t;A he always ts willing to go In to tt!p the sport,: and this point Is much appreciated by the member of the Outrigger; Club.- :.X Xf - - Miss Josephine Hopkins carried off the feminine honors for the day,' win ning both the 00 yard swim: and. the surfboard race AJ large crowd was on hand for the events, .but owing to the late hour-of the, long race, many had wandered:; homeward. There will be another ; program next ' Saturday tlternoon. .v:,v. -: ' : Other event?, staged during the day raddling siulboard, boys under ,16, Seaside Tiotel to Moana pier C. Imp won. Time 2:11. C. Chapln .econd,'E. Peterson third. ; ; , . t Paddling canoe, six - men, :apen event for Frank Spearlght:up; course frcm Moana pier to stake off Brown tad return." Won by crew-captained by David ICahanainoku. - Time- 5:17. The-winning crew waa composed of the following: IL HIggins. No. 1; T. WaldroauUo.!; T. Norgaard,:Xa 3; C Lambert, Jr, Na. 4i Ernest Cook -0. 6, and David Kahanamokn (cap tain), tfo. 6. The losing crew was captained by- Duke P. -Kahanamokn: Hundred yard ladies awlm Miss Josephine Hopkins, -first, time 1:21; Miss Eleanor Lyser, second, and Miss Emma Tarleton, third. Misa Hopkins won by . yard- .v ' ' , Two - hundred-yarda - men breast stroke wlm F. :, Richardson, . first Ume 2:17; H. Harvey, second, and R. Sanderson.' third.. y. -.. Slm Crew Win . V Paddling canoe race, boy under IS, six boy. Seaside hotel to Moana pier. Chesterton Sim won. time 2:20. Tie winners: P. Chapln. No. 1 1 I Smith, No.',2; E. Young. No. 3; B. Burband. No. 4; F. Mooney, No. 5; C. Sims (captain). No. . , ' ' ' ' Paddling surfboard race for ladle. Seaside hotel td ;Moana, pier Miss Josephine HopWn. flrU tlme:20: Jllss Helen Martin, second, and Isa Kuth Seybolt, third. ':r- -a ; raddling surfboard rate foremen. Seaside hotel to Moana pler-Jrnesl Coll first., time l:47r J;fcMeKeniie, second, tnd T. Korgaard. tblrd. CasUe' wim, ; one and one-half nile. i more or less, from Castle rciat to the Outrigger diving tand-Stubby- Kruger. first, witb a lead of Ef yarda; CarW. Aafter. second; -Dike P. Kahanamok. third, and Ah Hin Tee, fourth .V -- ; star-bulletTn v too . TODAY'S NEWS J00AY4 ,; He Finished First .! . . '7 'i. f" ' Vr : tN!r'5 " ii ! -':! .. - '.'i'Si' A r"" 1 t . - l W r ;$: 1 ' , , ' ' t t '".! t v ' " ; ; . " 1 l r ; ' t i i'-; . .: S 1 - . . v. ... - Presenting Hfld StubbyT Kruger, who is always doing something sensa tional. ;-' Qnr Saturday afternoon Kruger won the b'g wng olstance race from Castle' ( to the Outrigger, Vdf eating Carbi . Walker Ouke . Kahanameku and Ah Kin Yee: ; 'Stubby victory was popular a he had1 trained forth Is event,', '" &. -r iit ; r;. V: , The 'Midget League saw: good .end ing when the Pun-Buffs 'won a . championship- game-;Wedneaday with .Mc KInleyr-64). Tie Pons had the ' time of their lives in J the - second . half ", to keep - the McKinleylter from crossing their goal Jlqe. : In first half Puna hou .made a touchdown in the last minute of. piar, Crane -plunging the necessary yard. : Harvey missed , the goat . Aalde. from, this lonovcore, the game- was as close as could be wished for on a first team' gridiron; -and the latter part -of the second hAlf ."was big league ;Xootbalk':-McKinleyf pulled off half m dozen forward passe In this part of the contest through "the good work oV her ends"? In playing' wide. Most of the eeeand half was clayed in Punalxou' -territory,, which , apeak well for the good. fish't McKInley put pu after r: .cbre had ' been mad 8 against, them5';y.i;:iv'.' Crane Ahd;BUahStal5t.", , Crane showed good; head verk in running Bush Uhfough the McKinley line, for this . boy la good, charging full bactv Hitchcock : bid fair to out shine his : brother for- he i carried the ball both Around the ends 'and through tackle, usually: resulting in gain."'; In the line Ackerman at 4eft end allowed very few pUys to get by ihhn, and Ly man showed good" offensive work at guards "'Jv4 'vi-- -; -' The, ilcKinleylllne- held better tharf It ha in '-previous ames, and the backs carried thei-tmll;. better -than ever.rThe offensive, work of Holt at center i;wa "especlaily, ;good. : a :he downed the'Pun backs without trouble time after ' time. Xuninobu, hlf ted from quarter to. guard- showed the makings of agobd first : team linesman.'- Konr handle&the.ball .well and Akana made long-gains -around the ends. - Chang provjed asweet .'quarter back, though he stin noed- to speed up hi' signals. :; He ''displayed . good Judgment itf usIng-'.thelforwrd .pas toward the close of the. game, for. the time was gso shoru that .nothing conld have made the "galns'rnecessary "but the air route.' ' i ' RoWiVCnng was tlf'ere. with heavy line bucks, a. weU as Kong, Captain Leong : of ? McKlnley's '. team -' waa. the best defensive end on, either' team, and he deserves great credit for-ni part In forcing Punahoa back in. the second half.; Had. hi backs kept the ball going a they started it down the field they would have tied the score. . Referee, Kenneth Decker; umpire. Marsh; bead linesman, BUI Leal. Time of nerlodft.-10. 12.-in t S.minntM" The lineup wa a follows: - McKinley. : f-:: V ' Punahou!cwP or Nevrcasue pa, anocaea out W. Leong . . . . . . REZ. I'Atberman Al Rogera, the. Buffalo ; middleweight. H. Wun .V..VRTL.)! Waterhouselni fonrtt ronn? cneauiea ten- A.rvieira ; i . ..RGI......'. H. Lyman M. Holt , .....:.C..v R. Motf-Smlth T. Kunlnobu V.LGR... .W. WoUer D. Naeeloe .... kLTR. ... ..- H. Benner SL lx .V .... LER . .'. . H. Harvey P. Y. .Chang .'...QB.......- e. crane R Chung ......JtHL;,.. D. Hitchcock P Kong ... i .TB . i . . .v. I . F. Bush C. Akana i.....LHR:...... C. WIIUs 7ftcn Yccr Eves ttetf CcrT -Try Mcrins Ore Rcsjcy KID GOLFER VAS REAL SENSATION OF LAST Jerry Travers Believes Bobby Jones' Work Last Year Was Best in Golf History A certain acquaintance, talking a bit of golf to Jerry Travers a few days back, stated that in his opinion the record individual achievement of the season was Jerry's feat in beating Gil Nicholls and Walter Hagen and then finishing 1 down only to Jock Hutch inson, all in three successive days. Jerry, however, failed to second the motion. "In my opinion," hesaid, "the greatest individual achievement of the last season was made by young Bobby Jones. Just figure the whole thing out. Here was a 15-yearold kid, playin; over three strange courses, and within three days he beat three of the best professionals In America Emmet French, Freddy McLeod and ' Cyril Walker all exceptionally good golf ers. Three Strange Courses. .11 can't recall any achievement in golf, barring perhaps Quimet's victory over Vardon and Ray, which I con sider a superior affair. .Young Jones had never played either Garden City or Baltusrol. He had only played Si wanoy once. Yet over these three standard courses, among the best In the country, he stopped three' top noteh professionals, one an ex-open champion and the others rated a for midable opponents by the best of the pros." This dfscussion of young Jones' dar ing piece of work may be a champion ship bunch. For It so happens that four of the greatest amateur golfers America ever sent to the fairway were all, iq a wa7, kid prodigies. Jerry Travers was Just sixteen when he went against Walter J.. Travis for the first time. ; Travis then being British amateur champion. Yet Travers won that first engage ment, to the terrific surprise of an astonished gallery. Recalling Evans. Chick Evans was still a kid back In 1909 when he went to the semi final round of the amateur .champion ship and carried Chandler Egan to the old thirty-sixth hold. Chick, at fifteen and sixteen was breaking 75 with fair conItency. ,- ; Bob Gardner won the amateur cham pionshlp before hi sophomore year at Yale. And Ouimet wasn't twenty-one when he overpowered Vardon J nd Ray. : ' But no one of these four stars; as brilliant as they were, ever reached the heights at' fifteen held- by : Bobby Jones. ; : None of the four., mentioned had ever qnallfied in an . amateur championship at fourteen year of age. and It would hardly Jiave occurred to any one of the four at fifteen to "go out " and beat three of the best pro. fesslonals In the country .within three days. , i "e 'f .5 --. visit om STANFORD UNIVERSITY Nov. 9. -Stanford's varsity soccer team will tour Japan next summer, it was an nounced recently by Coach . Harry Ifalonev. Mr. Maloner haa comolete4 arrangements with V KamC Vhb .ls now ; making a tour of -America; In specting. American methods -of . phys ical education, for the trip. ' Soccer i the only form of. football played in Japan, which should as sure the Stanford team'; plenty "of compcUUon. -Mr. Kami states that the Island -universities possess several first-class, soccer : teams. ' The, Japa nese, physical culturlst was much im pressed with r Stanford's gymnasium and athletic .facilities. PERSEVERANCErWJNS V EVEN IN COLD CLIME : SAN FRiNCISCO; The isiZ base- ball championship of Alaska, haa been won by the team representing i the Perseverence.nine ofJXuneau. accord- lng to - word' received here. The Per severenee tossers met and defeated teams from -various towns, in; k South eastern t Alaska: Their one defeat o: the season was administered "by the nine from Thane. ' Victories were - scored over Skag way, Seward, -Cordova. White Hone, Juneau. Douglas and Thane. GEORGE CHIP KNOCKS OUT ROGEPS IN FOURTH vvuuin, " unu ot.. uoob FOOZLED. One hundred, towns, oh, my -oh," my; Up New-York; State have voted "JJry."' Think of Jhe sadness on the Hnka, When golf era tackle temp'rance drinks. Sad on the .link will' be, the day '; When Scotch gives way to milk ' Grade A "V -, ' .. And yet we know for certainty, That golf era ldndly take to tee SEASON SSS1I Will Play In 'fehf ' 'y$ r .v'"' ,'rv ;. V - i .rmJ - 1 u: y , , j ys c l ( v v 4 . y t I v. " - " x - " , II - - i y v '' 0 -'.r-' It V - . t ' 1 a rf - n A r A. L.. Castle has been playing excellent tennis this year,' and on Wed-nesdly,-playing with Miss Malic Viears, the ensatlonal feminine tar, will meet Mis Alice Hopper and William Eklund In the final match of the pa triotic tennl. tournament at the Hawaii "Polo and Racing Club courts. This rnatch promises to bring out a good crowd, as it ia the . final one of the tournament 'vv? - - 4- 1 Members of the Oahu Country club golf -team defeated the Honolulu Golf elub aggregaUon at Moanalua yester - day mornlnrby a score of 19 to IS. There was some good play throughout me maicu ana v. t. jo. orcis w rrsm Halstea& tnrned fn; 79 for the day. i Greigj-Halstead,-Booth and Black shear, the1 first "Tour on the Honolulu Golf 'club, list,' turned In wins, taking Harold' Glffard;. Wfllard Graee.' Georse Anger; and William Simpson Win From Honolulu Club Team ... . Z I Z vT x. ZZ iuiara urace, J. i. b. uneg ana. otn fK-J.SS6-" around .during the after greena.ln the first round spoiled his.n MimiA H !n lle.t con. icorec- ; 1 " Clean1 8weep JLieut C." F. Cleveland. Col. Iaukea, Howard Grace and H.'H. Walker made clean sweeps, scoring 12 points for HONOLULU GOLF CLUB J. I. B. Grelg (captain F.- Halstead . . R. B Booth R.;C.'Blackshear W. Canaday B.'W.: Dreler R. Forrest K.'Munro ...... W.-Cullen J. Roxborough . P. McLean ...... W; Chalmers... rAlgleTHalla-'.-. S.rTodd m -. i WBU Total USI1 CATC1IB1 WHO COULD KOT SEE - i'Tealy Raymond, who used to cavort on. the San Francisco diamond before bei Joined hands with Davy Dugdale at Seattle." has always been a keen studenr Yf! baseball, and never falls to find' something to talk about or some story, to spring on the public of hi experiences on the ball field. .His latest1 yarn concern a young catcher named Hunter, whose base ball experience "was confined to the hometown lots in the wilds of Ore gon.' Tealy, after being Introduced to the "young fellow, handed him a uni form and told him to come , out to the ball yard for work. Work;hard.; . young fellow, and keep your head up, and maybe we wlil be able to use you this year," said Tealey- He was in earnest about the using part, for Walter Cadman was a holdout. -and aside from Hunter and another busier the Seattle catching staff consisted of . a mask, protector and a couple of gloves. "Obv m be with you all season," coonteped Hunter. "I had mv -application In ahead of all these other birds." And then began one of these real weird exhibitions. ; . Hunter 'waa put In to catch. He fought the ball. He threw miles over the basemen's heads and the chaf ing the 8eattle outfielders did after Final Tennis 'the Cahuans. Frank Armstrong won two points when he took the Mth hole ifrom w rona,aV Th.ra - . mn.h I a interest in the piar of yesterday, and the next match at Haleiwa promises !to bring out some good play. , Following the match of yesterday a number of the players made up four somes. Harold, Glffard, CF Cleveland, Frank Armstronj;'. and George Angus fniS MS ? nfHAn an9 ta1 Vi i at TkAAfi amjwalir4et i i puiiivu cuiu jyi aaca wu- iwvifiM a big boost since the inter-club play was started. , The points yesterday were as lows: ' -'' . --'-''' .1 . .' OAHU COUNTRY . CLUB fol- 2 H. B. Glffard (captain) ............. 0 2 W. R. Grace-.... o 1 George Angus 0 3 William Simpson 0 0 F. Armftrong 2 o w; Wjniamson 2 , 0 O. F. Cleveland'.... 3 0 C. P. Iaukea 3 1 J. Belser 0 0 A. Ewart 1 0 W. Woon: ...... ...... '2 0 H. Grace ...v......'., 3 0 H. H. Walker 3 1 J D. Mclnerny ....... i.. A........ 6 , 3 William Mclnerny 0 13 Total ......... ...... 19 his throws rivaled the worst bom barding any pitcher ever -got. The unruly Cadman jelented, sign ed up and reported shortly and then was staged the prize of them all. Hunter was at bat The bases were clean when Frank Guignl and Cad man were seized with a bright idea. Cad .whipped the ball to Guignl and then began a furious chase up and jdown the third base line after an Imaginary base runner. Hunter's eyes opened wider and wider. He rubbed them with his fist and then peered sea rchingly around the big Cadman. "i have him," yelled Guignl.-and h3 made a frantic dive at the ghost run ner thirty feet from the base line. Three out," said Cadman and pall ing off his mask started for the bench Amazed, the guileless Hunter dropped his bat and started for the bench, too. Hunter was released that night. But before he left he completed the story. " "What's the matter; lose your job?" asked one of the other bustiers as Hunter was packing his grip. Tep. My eye are bothering me. Do you know I couldn't even see that base-runner Guignl and Cadman had cornered this afternoon!" iHAfilLTOTEDOVN SHATTER CROWD Hawkins and Rodrigues Score Touchdowns for MelinVs Squad; Townies Win Harry Melim's Town Team added another victory to the long list of wins on Saturday afternoon when they de feated the Company II team of Fort Shatter by a score of 13 to 0. The Townies' goal line was never in dan ger. George Hawkins. Harry Melim ani RodrlgUes played great ball for the Townies. and Hawkins and Rodrigues scored touchdowns during the day. Rodrigues also added three points when he dropkirked. George Leal did not play up to usual form, but never theless made a number of pretty rios through a broken field Hawkins Stars Hawkins made a specfacular runt of 40 yards, and in addition added three other runs of more than 30 yaris. Hawkins' long run of 33 yards gave the Townies their first score of the game. Rodrigues added three points in the second quarter with a drop kick. The last score of the day was made when Rodrigues caught a forward pass over the goal line. Jones went into the game late and excelled in the punting department. Brunswick, Lindsay and Cornell were 4- THF ROSS flF THP HAMET PTE; HE WON yy "V4 . ...:;..' yt:: yyX-y. y i,,..,-::.f :'.: Harry Melim Is the boss of the Ha metote, or written In enlarged style, Harry Melim' Town Team. Thl ag gregation defeated the Shafterlte at Moiliili field on 8aturday and promise to make an excellent showing In grid. Iron circle. Thl aquad has not .yet lt a game. the bright stars focthe Shaf ter aggre gation. Glen Jackson- handled the game to the satisfaction of-all con cerned. How They Lined Up "town Team Co. H. Shafter ..I. .Mct'ombs ........ Jarvis Carter .'.......Miller MarOn .Harwell Barron Foster Detroskl Brunswick '. Lindsay Brown .... LB. . .... LT. . . . . . . I.G. . . Ci . Thompson .... GlUiland...... Scares -Fat" Melim.. O'Sullivan..... Rodrigues..... Leal...: Hawkins...... Canarto....... RMeMm R.G. . R.T. R.E. L.H.B. R.H.B. F.B. . . Q. . Glenn E. Jackson, referee; Sergeant Brush, umpire; "Bob" Chlllingworth and W. J. Smith, timers; R. Swlnton. head linesman. Touchdowns, Hawkins 1, Rodrigues 1; drop kick for three points, Rodrigues. Substitutes Town Team, Johnny Jones for Hawkins and Brown. Company H Cornell for Bar ron; Hay worth for Carter; llarmln for Foster. Duration of quarters, 10 minutes with minute rests. Recesi between halves, 12 minutes. . "Y" AND FORT. KAM. WILL PLAY HERE. . - The Y. M. C. A.-Fort Kameha- 4- meha football game will be play f ed at Moiliili Field at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon. According -f to the mornin? newspaper the game was to be played at Kort ( -f- Kamehameha. but Sam Nbtt and j the Oahu league -officials state 4-, that the game will be played at Moiliili Field, giving Honolulu f two big games this week. According to the Lokal Anzeiger of Berlin all pretences of a peaee with out annexation win . be dropped by the perman, government and Austria. IN HARD SCRAP Ys4. y j- yyr : v V : ' 'y& 'vi'x -yy wf'i yy yi '.':-'. v mm ( ,0y:-y'Ky - Is: ' : y i" '- I I V'yy. yyy--st ;'y ' ,s ... ,iy.;-'yy'y:f - -; : BI0PPER1ID EiaUHD TO PlAV IN FINAL WO Victory Saturday Gives Them Chance to Meet Miss Vicars and Castle Wednesday Miss Alice Hopper and William Ek luad defeated Mis Rut Anderson and Lieutenant Atherton Richards In the semi-final match on Saturday afternoon at the Hawaii Polo and Rac ing club courts. The score was f-4, C- s. . - The match was exciting throughout and several times the loser threat ened to take the lead. Mis Anderson played well In the first set and bar returns were well plaved. Miss, Hep pr played more of a dashing. cam and In the second est .showed to ad-; vantage. Both Ekluad and Riehard showed some fast play during .the match and when battling against each other. On Wednesday afternoon Miss Vie ars and Castle will met Miss Hopper and Eklund. This match will, be the final match of the patriotic tennis . tournament, and is scheduled, for , 3:43. A large crowd Is expected to be ' present, as some spectacular leant is expected. ' .'; i GARDEN 1SL AW FANS RESPOND Kauai baseball fans have . made generous contribution to the Bat and Ball fund All sections of the Garden. , Island Is represented In the fund. The McBryde baseball team contributed. -The following amounts were recently ' contributed: r--V" W. D. McBryde ;$.S.00., X. A. Akana : ilM F. Wolf T. Hamamoto . Joe- Palama . . . Philip Palama . 1.08 0 ; .&o . Si u&o 0 .3'J .19 . .50 '.30 1.00 1J0O LOO .50 40 MRazon i .... . i Camllo ....... ....... .. Ah Chuck Kong , ......... Joe Costa ....... J. J. Marque . t w. Kauim f ...... . Ah You '! M. P. Jerre. . . . . V. '....... . v . Sadahira Sera Cnvti, I IL Khim . . Pedro . ....................... M. Salla. ; 40 J. Anakalea ......... ........ . JQ a. saiias .......i...,;........;.;o Blcente . Juan . ; . . . . ............ i i... . . .! F. Acboy I.O'J Okuhara . . ; . .......... . .'. . .T. ,V .Z5 snva Costa . . .... . ... .:. ..:v.:.,M Hing Cbong f; W M. Hamauku l"i.fl, A. J. Caldeira .'. ; ..'..:..... .5rt W. WhltOngton .;.....,. ;LW McBryde Sugar Co.' Star , . . . . J. F. Silva Eleele 8tor...Vi.. 5 .10 Eleele Store Clerks ........... S.OO Mikado Store 2.0') Y. Matoe . . 1.0O D. W. Fun . . ................. . : 2.00 Jose Gomes ' 8. Takozawa LOO Serlkawa . ....... . . . ',Vi'.T..SUBQ E Knudsen .i;. v Total THE WATER BOY. You may talk o football, games, ' -. - Yon may speak o players' name,, ; While you're waltln' for the contest to begin; " -i.., -. y - But there' one who show 1 grit, "' He' the lad that keep 'em fit He's the water boy they dub their Gunga Din. - y ' Now, he donlt get in the playa ; : - ;Vi And he won't get any prai, r- , n But he does hi work and doe It like a man. - t. '" The player rush and cu him, yx.;V.' ButJt takes a lot to fo him, : : . For he's used to beln dragged acres a the pan. - -', ? : He's Just rDin, Dm, Din . 4. ; You lazy, crazy, loafin' water boy-'-Hey! whip your teed! ' ' Just show a little speed! " 1 ) - You're low, you Clrver water boy.T He rushes out like mad, ' ...v Av A player hurt not bad - v And he swabs a face with wraHr a he goes. " ' " The fan up In the stand Give many a reprimand , ."'x . . Because be isn't faster on-hi-toes. But he knows the. game and grins i--And he's glad when hi team win. U For he knows he's helped to bring a victory In. ..IM' And when the season's over He's a restless, roam In' rover For there's little praise for poor .old Gunga Gin. He's just Din, Din. Din, You loafin' freshman. Gunga Din. They have cussed and they have jQay ed you .. ; y But by the bloomin Pep that made you You're a better man than they are, Gunga Din. 1- Elbert Hubbard said; "The only sure enough busi ness man is th5 one who;sa cures the business the rest are clerks." You'll be abig ger ."securer" of business than ever if you make use of our advertising columns. & ? 4 -V.. " , 4 '