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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
On Varsity Team
At (lie opening or the gcnKcm It
nenniril iih If n competent lino o
unusually lilj; niirt BtiotiR men might
lio (lcvcloio(l fium llio mntcrlnl bn
lmnd lit Ilnrvnrd, but rcvcrsnls In
form, InJurlOH it ml hIcUiicbs Imvo
ppollecl the outlook Foniewluit snya
tlio KvcnlnR I'olegrnni.
Ca pi n In KIkIi iinil McKay Innt yenr
left little to lio ilPHlrcd an a pair of
IiIr, impressive tuuklei), and It wait
expected that theso positions Would
filvo nn lioulile IIiIh year. Klsli linHv
been out of practice with tonMlltlH.
The Htratn of the captaincy hag not
told yet on his playing, hut It him
undoubtedly affected IiIh physical
condition and may in (Into Inter
fere with IiIh plnyliifr.
McKny'8 development has been I
Imckwnril after an II Incus hint sprliiK I
nnil ho ling not In any game t IiIh
fall shown ical varsity form. Ah
ono of the few regulars loft for tho
lino ho was counted on to help out
Ills guard this season, hut he has
had nil ho could do to play his own
position fairly well.
Klght guard Is as settled as any
lilaco on tho team with "Hob" Klsh
cr, the old Andovcr player, as tho
permanent selection. He has been
Improving steadily and miiKcs a good
man for the place, ns he has weight
and a fair amount of nggieiudve
ness. The other two places are trou
bling the coaches most. Paul With
ington, now playing centre, was
Ilrst choice for that position, hut the
condition of West and Dunlap, who
were depended on to hold left guard,
has caused hi in to lio shitted to that
place temporarily, and It Is by ,no
means certain that ho will not have
to play thero In ,tho big Rnmes.
West nnd Dunlap both have, bad
shoulders, and West dislocated his
In tho Maine game so that he will
bo out of practice for three weoks.
while every recurring Injury to tho
plnco makes It more likely 'to bo
hurt. Dunlap lit In much tho. same
Champion of Hawaii IS Rounds 133
James Coyle vs. Limey Richards
6 Rounds '156 Pounds
Tickets on sale
hliapc niul cannot bo depended on
to ho In cjnilltlon.
Lately Lotlnop Withington has
been shifted to left guaid. Ho
weighs only ISO pounds and is be
sides handicapped by liicxpeilctirc,
ns this Is his (list car In varsity
root ball As Paul Withington Is
short of 190 pounds this makes a
pair of light men In the centre of
the lino. Illnko and O'llare, two
200-pounders who were on the var
sity squad early In the season, have
both been sent down to tho second
as not having enough agility, and
W. Iltndgett, the only other possibil
ity. Is likely to prove n disappoint
ment on account of his slowness,
Perkins, another mnn ot nbout 180
pounds has been at centre nnd Is be
ing held ns it substitute for that
place. If he ran ho Used there Paul
Withington could he shifted to loft
guard, hut Perkins Is another one
of tho men who hnvc not been tried.
Altogether the situation Is discour
LONDON, Saturday C. K. Hoi
way, of America, beat A. II. Postle,
at Wlgan, on Saturday, In a 120 yds.
Hat race,, for 1,000.
Tho betting wns 2 to 1 on Hoi way.
When half the distance had been t ra
vel sed Hie American was apparent
ly beaten, hut putting on n spurt
In the last 20 yards, ho won by a
foot In two nnd a half years Insldo
ecns (o'liial to It sec.)
Postle stated Hint tho heaviness of
the track, owing to tho rain whlcn
had fallen, was dead against him.
C. K. Holway Is nn American, who
early last month wns credited In
Wnles with running r'4. yards In
side evens. He possibly Is not so
speedy, but that ho could travel
some was abundantly shown when
ho won tho Pontypridd Handicap at
Tnff Vulc, 'Wales,- bn 'September 7,
fiom the 214 yiuds mark.-The prize
Ringside, $2.50; Reserved Seats, $2, $1.50, $1; Gallery, 50c
111 SERIAL Ho. 6768-A. IWiTi
ill PIKIBI Purttt mnt
msM&k BSI Momt Rmllmklm
wns 500 and a gold medal. Jack
Todd, of Victoria ( rustic's trainer,
G',4 yards, sticcumed lo Holway In
tho, seml-flnnl, Holway Immediate
ly challenged the lleet-footcd Aus
tralian champion ns follows:, "I
would like lo race A. II. Postle. of
Australia, nny dlstnnco between inn
yards nnd 200 yards for tho sprint
championship of tho world, nnd any
part of JKUilO. Evidently Postlo
closed with tho offer nt once.
Venus de Milo
Jim Jeffries talks about his trip
licnocr he can gut a chance. Ho
j doesn't ii'llsli tho subject, tight. Ho
l'cver did. lie didn't when he wns
at his best. He'd tramp twenty tulles
over tho Coast rango, trailing n'liuar
or a buck, If only to get nwny from
cameras and tho lads with tho note
books says an ICxchnnge,
"Only two places In nil tho world
Paris and I.os Angeles," says Jeff.
"Oh! tho paintings and tho statues
of gay Puree. They blmply taku your
wind away. I stood for twenty min
utes In front of a beaut statue, (leu!
what a pretty woman; Arm btoken
off nnd chunks out of her face, nnd
nil (hut hut beautiful! tmnglno mo,
n fellow with no dope on art, falling
for that great old chunk of stone,
standing gaping for half an hour. It
will make anybo'dy gapo.
''Wo'vo nil bccu the punk Imitations
me Drewery in or. l,oms. Mmmricmn urwwmry, Sft, LOUIS, U.S.A.
Order From W. p. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., Honolulu, Hawaii.
of that lady, but you (will have to trot
oer there nnd sco tho original. Tho
paintings uro great. 'Sunn- painted In
linn. I saw Napoleon's JcmoUiI sword.
He mis a junl champ. Actually thorn
are ctiough Ices In the hilt of that
sticker to fill tho old luowi, hat. Saw
a pink illnmond there, worth UOOO.flOfT
francs. They hive also the biggest
diamond in IhoiVorld, ami I'm going
li.ick again. N0 for the diamond, but
to gee them i.tnltics.
j "In Ocrninny you see woman work
' lug evcrywheie. I jlon't think they
pay them more than two hits a week.
Women do every klnij of work you can
think of. We pnssdil a woman one
day who wns up on a scaffolding, plas
tering n house. Heat that? I didn't
ask about tho bricks, but It's snio
they carry the hod.
"It wns funny- around my wife's old
home. I couldn't understand a word
any of llieiu weru nliig, My mother
In law- Is rich. She could roast mo and
1 couldn't answer her buck If sho tried
It. All tho little kid's around the house
were Jabbering, and all I would say
was 'V.ali. J nil. yah!' I enjoined the
kids and tho mother-in-law. I Just sat
down ami cocked my fret upon the
mantelpiece nnil let her ssiut.
There Is talk of a series of basebiill
games between tho 'J. A. Cs. nnd a
picked team of "big!" league players.
Such nn Iden was mooted months ago
unit It was then decided to have some
such games 'When thoisceoud series 'of
tho Juniors was pan." t' i '
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A most Interesting meeting of tho
Hoard of Agriculture nnd Forestry
was hold yesterday afternoon In tho
Capitol basement. Itcports on tho
work done during September and
October were submitted and read.
Kolinsky's icport on figs was ot
especial Interest. Ho reports;
"The fig Industry can nnd should
be mailo lo pay on these Islands. Land
nnd climate inc favorable, cultiva
tion, drying, packing and shipping
lomparntlvcly simple nnd easy. No
gieat initial outlay Is needed, anil
three or four cars should piodu'o
the first paying crop. Wo havo In
this Industry In addition tho co
operation nnd help of the federal an
ithorltles, who propagate and dis
tribute gratis many choice varieties
of cairl nnd snirna plants. What
ever agoncy Is necessary should bo
set In motion nnd give this promis
ing Industry it healthy stimulus to
Other reports treating on hugs nnd
Insects were gone over and digested.
A closo watch Is being. kept by In-
ispector Khrhorn for a llttlo red ant
I that thrives In California, us well as
for a similar specie from the Orient.
At times yesterday the wind was
so strong nbout the top of Diamond
Head us to Interfere with, operations
now going on,' h
Bugler Sarconi vs. Ah Sam
4 Rounds 130 Pounds
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