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M0VE8 TO THE ELITE BUILDING
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Had the McVcy Fiflht Up to
Last Two Rounds Con
sidered a Championship.
Alistrall.i'i "ght funs looked on tlio
MrVc) -lrit'iord light, which look
pi. no 111 Sydney December ;ii, unil In
which McVcy got ii questionable de
cision, uh a wnrld'H 'liniiii1iiirlil "f
fair This Is something iif a surprise
tn AiiirrUmi ring follower, wlio illil
nut consider the mooting between tho
two black men iih mi event ot very
Tho Australian Jrt writers tlimiKlit
"'' ,,oc " " K"0,X ""' I"""'" ""'" The three men on the right of the above picture are very much In the
Tommy llurns, whose views on the ,porl,ng ,potBhl ju,t novv. 0n the extreme rl0ht is Maurice MeLoughlln,
subject, given lo u Hiillcl ii report- (h) 8n Fr.nelleo tenni, er,ck who ,rrived on the M,r,m, thil mornlnfl, af
.r IHIx morning, uro prlnte.1 In another Uf. ,n un,uee,,ul lt,mpt to i(l ,h. Davis Cup from the Australian!. Next
toIumn. to him Is Deals Wriflhl, his partner In doubles and one of tho best-known
Tho Sidney Sun sizes up tbc llRht tennis figures In International tennis. The man standing Is Duke Kahana
iim rnllown: moku, Honolulu's swimming marvel, who Is also soon to take part In Inter
"With the heat of ii Is plrnl Auslru- national sports.
II. in Mimmer'H ilay heating ilimn on The picture was taken by a D u 1 1 e ti n staff photographer when tho ten-
them, mill with one of thoe otriiordl- nls players were here las November.
niirlly largo-slxed, fiilr-inlniteil sporting
crowds which hnvo helped to make the ., ,.,. ,,.,, --, . .. -, ,,
co,.,i,,oe.,i.h renown,..! I,, tho nport- THE REALLY HAPPY GOLFER IS THE GOLFER
inu ori.i iininK the oetRoi.Himp,Mi WHO EXPECTS LITTLE AND GETS STILL LESS
benches of tlio Ktiiiliinn. fain McVcy
and Sum Ijingford, eiieh of whom Is' clever article recently npieiirei ill low fooxlcr, regardless of pant glories,
rrcnrilcil iih halnir hln way to tho the Tatlir, entltlul 'Tlie Happy I'oox
world'H heavywelulit clialiiploiiHhlp lTl i,y one of Tliciii,",ln imiwer to II
Mocked hy only Jack Jnlinunn, hattled i loulirro'n "The siidilent Hide of
for mipreniacy thlx inoriilinr, mill for dnlf which depleted ,lhc woes of all
what iiniHt he iidmltted an helnK virtu-'expert.
ally the world'H pimlllnlle erown Willi I Here are eonio of the II l" vIuwh:
Johnson remoeil from active warfaro, -h 1 perused tlio urtklv my Hiitls
only mm tlllo roiihl lie applied to the faction crew that ho far In a kihiiv
llxturo tliAt Iiiih dlstiirlieil SyilneyV IiIk
Kportlnc Hcrtlnn, nml that would lm
world'H cliaiiiploiKhlp' And even now,
with the illiiippcnranco of nil the
elteinent. It l 11 inntttr for nrRiiinvnt
whether or not McVcy Is tho world
Won In Last Two.
'The whole. Btory of the IlKht la told
III LniiKford'a dainaRcil eje. When that
closed towards Ihn end of tho seven-
teenlh round bo was In n.goud Posltlou'whUh trlckhsi offjitheilcc. IiIh dcllgh
In win tho worst that could have been
hmided hhn was a draw hut thn
Jury caused him to go back when bo
required to go forward, mid ho lost
10 decision 111 raor or Jievey was n
good one, despite thn fact that 11 sec
tion of the huge crowd took It Into
their heads to hoot nnd otherwise ex
press their disapproval. Certainly Mc
Vcy only won on the last two rouiuls,'ho given 1111 tin' fooalor never gives up.
1 111 1 he won nevertheless, mid was en-!j;nt ,o; , would bo turr-rtittlng on lis even his must sometimes his trl
titled tn tho plaudits which thn mil- Ihls own account with some elderly fl- limph Is complete"
Jorlty) ot tho people showered upon
"From- Mmt to Mulsh tho light wiih
skilfully waged, mid although there wiih
11 split Up and 11 bleeding mouth there
wiih no suggestion of brutality at nny
stago. The blown lauded wero punish
ing, hut neither man had tho white II ig
Hying In any of the rounds, it wan it
case ot 11 big, skilful man pitting his
powers against 11 little, 1 lover man.
And tho big man won It Is mi axiom
of the boxing game that 11 good, big
limn will nlwiiya beat 11 good, Utile
nan; hut It Is doubtful whether It
ei dftailjl liv.a l.t ltBi dfc.tt tuajl suit
ll-MIMI I III in IU'VII '"'Mill VIII mM IIW,
the frc.111e.it visitations ot McVey'nlert
to Un-troril'n right eyo caused that or-1"
gan to oloso ami prevent tho lloslnii'
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right In tho linn! rounds.
"In overy round tho lert was Mc
Vey'n prlnclfuil weapon or ofTense. ,sl
In his battles with Jack Lester anil 1 1 1 1 1 1
I -a tig, ho experienced lint tho slightest
uoiiiao in iiiooioh 11, niilioiiRll no mill,
not succeed 111 getting It fairly ojito
tho Jaw. It always landed high up, hut
nevertheless It did sulllclent 'ikimiign
to win him tlio light. Up to the eighth
or, ninth ropnd ho varied his attack by
using bis right, hut after that It was
hardly ever In evidence. A whisper
went round that It had been Injured,
lull It was not until thn men wero In
their drcxsltiK-rnoms that It wiih learn
ed that ho had ruptured a ligament.
which rrndired It Impossible for him I
to use tho band It wan the. left, audi
..r n...i..u.. r ..H..r..H.lu Inlii... !... ....
.ii - ' V ,1.
aided hhn to win. Ho played It inn-
, ,. ' , ,,
ifiliiiifiiiuli ail It etriH feitl until tliA
nolonoiisly, mid It wan not until thn
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.... i.ir ...oy manage,, .0 ,n,v .ua ..
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guard without any trouble, and at mi
early stngo succeeded 111 raising it
'iiinuHu.' An tho encounter progressed!
.. .. . . ... . ..... .....
.,, . . nouso grow- ..... it rat, .. ... . ....
..Used port an wan stand ng . nit fully
uti Itirli fiinl is linlr nv'np flirt nun W I toll
sill ill-, i iietie ea, iiiiii ris ' !
tho scveiiteentli round wan entered
upon the swelling had reached Its
limit, and tho eyo was starting to close.
in tun imuuio o. too rouiiii tjio opiiui
was half closed, mid by the time thn had put Into his lighting in tho priced
gong clanged tho Ibis had Joined. Then lug sessions. It wan n very subdued
Longford, w.o bad been going' strong- Ijuigford who fought. There had been
ly. started to go hack. Ills timing it trausforinatliiii. The fighting ma-
with Ills right wua bad. Tho Rlnye
went wide of the mark every lime, nnd
ho seemed to loo nil the lire that he
0PTICI3 Men In The Spotlight
,'v'T'iv'wEE t ' K JCxfy ''jB a ' nj "
lMiBiaataaaHkBK'ArVVhMilMMtj"'tllttL 'lLVa c: '
what letiKthv koIMiik career, upkiiii,
c'onllnueil, and likely to mil n 11 finw-
lTi npproachltiK nijii from a boIHiik
PX-'iH)Mt of ew holda 110 lerrorh for me.
what In 11 Khorter drle to one who
never drlwn twice alike, ami wlioie
jillxtaneo Ih n freiuciilly 20 arili iih
i'Dd? I inalutaln that the line rapture
i,f a 200-nriHr In onl pioperly en
'lojeil hy tho fuoxlcr. licrriw he In
nniv mllillv illsanimiutcd at 11 drlMi
. Increases In the samo ratio iih the din-
In-jtance, and anything over 100 ards en-
sureH 11 sialic of satisfaction for the
rest of tho round Our swagger daer
(,11 the other hand Is cast Into til"
depths or woe at anything less than
the best and only moderately sallslleil
with the latter
A to the age at which goir should
THREE TRIPS TO
Tho I'ubllo Hirvlce Association will!
"rrniiso rr two. week-end trips lis
". '""' ' k-beglnnliig trip
"""' " l1""'1 ","a V'"' A ".!"'
ber of tho tenilars uf I'aluiu.i hetlle-
inent luako tho trip nroiind O.1I111 on
Haturday, as will as several tourists.
On Monday the big auto bus will again
make the round of the Island with Ka
On Sunday the I'uMIc Service will
try tho experiment of " tiding out toiir-
.., , 1111.,1111i1iBl1i
seeing trip In th other sblo of the Is-
land. Illg cars will bo used and six
passengers to tho car. Tho run will
bo ov-r Koolail to thn neighborhood of
I lunula. Lunches wilt bo taken along
and gulden will meet the nutos tn con
duet the visitors along thn Punuluil
trail to the rest-house S.'.fill feet nbovn
tho sea In thn wildest mountains of
O11I111 Thosn who do not wish to go
so far will lunch at Knlliiwaa Kails,
the highest and limit picturesque on
thin Island, and near tlio road. Tho
Troll '"id Mountain Club has Just com-
, . , , ,, , ., . . .i
iiletiil 11 new trail frnni tho bench road
1 10 iMlllilwua rails aim iuii
to Knlliiwaa Kails mid has placed sign-
posts. The J. a Castle, or Piinaluii,
,,. p , lnnllntBlnil ,,ovo 10
".flH J)b (Bo 1)(,on nc(,(, I( on1(r f((r
tourists, mid tho rost-houso thero 0.1
tho hunks of the mountain torrent rc-
(idle, il rritl, lu ll.n Irl,, 1,1, ,,l f,,,- I Ii,,m.i
I"' " ..." .- ..... . ., -'
)f( tth , wo ,n ,
fti ,, ,l0 nH,vo , trf,H
growing. Arrangements may bo made
with tho Koolail railway for it gasoline
car for visiting tho Mormon settle.
'j, j, ty $, v $ $" V Si $
chine that had been full of vigor mid
vlnifur In attack wan rompelled tn oe
cupy second place."
or which he happily known tiothlni;.
mid only Intent on giving hlx opponent
ti lieatliii;, riireleoH iih to the iilimhcr of
Htrokeii no Iiiiib an ho wins. Then nee
the two old warriors return to tho pa
vilion rnxy and happy, the winner not
iixhaiiicil to hIiow lilt huccchh In IiIh
"Ami then the wonderful vnrli ty of
the foo&lcr'i game! To he ulwayH on
the KliKMitli would hore hhn. lie pnnl
thcly revili doea the old hoy In IiIh
excnrxloiix Into tho rnuiili and wutcheH
with equanimity his hall heliiK llxhed
out of tho poiul, conscious that his op-
pouctit In tho fir plantation Is In ali.i.il when I go through Honolulu next
worse plight than himself. And when, time It'll be all right again Yes, I'm
ho eventually rem hex the green In XMimlng bark In fore very long. I'm Just
and holes out In 11 ho goes 011 to the'
next too with the self-sntlstleil Reeling,
that he has often done worse. And If.
ho Is contentid III the rough It Is until-1
lug to his state of bliss when on Hi",
grwn With a puttrr probably or hlsj
own design, neeause our looner i".
nothing ir not Inmntlvo be makes 11
well-couslilereil shofmid brandishes his
club 111 the air as an encouragement tn
the liall In Its progress towards the
bote, mid ir by any rliance It rails In-
inent and other phicts of Interest along
the line of railway ''bo nulonioblles
will leave the Public Service rooms lit
X .10 Hundu) morning, and It In pro
posed to make the ralo about S, In
cluding the lunch. Tho speedy earn
will bo back In Honolulu again by C
I Those wishing to inako tho trip aro
requested to notify the I'ubllo Hcrvlco
phono 3306 at once.
a .. n
GREAT TENNIS .
TRIO IS HERE
.l( three or tho Alueilrail tennis
plajcri. who played in Hie DivIh Cup
inatchen In New Zealand recently ar
rived oil tho Maraina this morning
Thin wan a distinct surprlso to local
tennis elithusbistn, who wero expecting
only Wright nml Maurice MeLoughlln
With tho arrival or thin great trio
or players. Honolulu will see tlio big
gest spurt In tennis tho gamo ban ever
hud here, as tho liie.i will stay for
Larueil expected to leave this morn
ing on tho steamer Wllheluilnn for Sun
Kralicls. o, hut llnally decided to re
tin 1 11 over, and will he seen In action
an well as his companion.
Ill another column of Ibis paper Hie
men tell of the Davis Cup imilrlioH and
some of thn things that handicapped
the Amerlenn team.
MARTIN EGAN GUEST
AT LUNCHEON HERE
Martin Kg.tn, managing director of
the Manila TlmcH, mid Mrs. Kgan
wore guests at lunch jestorday at the
I'nlvcrslty Club, tlio hosts being 1)1-
rectnr II. I). .Mead nnd AsHlstant Dl-
rertnr W II. Babbitt of tho Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' labor bureau Thn nf
fair wiib quite Informal. Tho party lit
lunch rmislKtrd of K Faxon lllsliop
ami MrB, lllHhnp, K. I). Teniiny anil
.Mrs. Tenney, Mr. Sclinofor, J. M. Dnw
HCtt and Mm. Duwsntt, J. I". Ilackfeld,
the MIsboh Walker, Moses T. CIcrb
mid Mrs. Clogg, Walter Dllllngliani,
W. II. Ilnbbltt nnd Mrs. Ilnhbltt, n. D. '
Mead mid Mrs. Mead nnd T. Clive
TOMMY BURNS TO
Canadian Fighter Hints at
Renewal of His Ring Ca
reer Talks Sport.
Mr ,'i'iih HritKMi, ln'ttir known to
tho rporlliiK puhlie iik Toimin llnl li.
one-time lieavywelRht ehainplon of the
wcrld, mid all tlmci the iollhed man
of the world, Htcppoil on the liner Ma
raiim thin inornliiK Tommy knnwllo.
liolulu, mid 11 lot of Honolulu pi'optc
keow Tommy, hut IiIh nrrluil had not
been heraldeil beforehand, mid there
wiih no reception conimlltee at theilmk
t-i iveet hhn
llurnx, iicioinpanhil hy IiIh faithful
friend llennrxy, Ii Koine hack to tlm
Northwest to look around mid rest a
while, so he hhs. lie Iiiih been cut
ting a wide swath III Australian sport
Inn circles, and with Jack Lester un
til r IiIh liianaKirl.il nhiir Iiiih Iiccii a
piomlnent IlKiire In piatchiiiaklii'-.
I'rum what Ilunm said and from
x.lmt ho Iiiih hern doliiK, It look ,ry
much as thotiKh he wanted to Ret back
Into the Kiitnu iih n principal lie he
llevea that ho still Iiiih the kick that
counts, ami If the purses are to his
llkhiB he may he hack In tho rliiK be
fore Ion; Money always lookn good
lo T. HuriiH. and If there's any of It
luiUKiHK round looie he wantH to lock It
li,i for safe keepliiK,
"I'm In tralnliu;," said Toinniy "lieu
1I0I11K some real work for six weekn,
mid .am r-ettlmt Into good shape."
lluriiH' appearance hore out what he
raid about Ills eoiidllliin, for he does
not seem to be riirrylni: any Krc.it
ninoiint of surplus weight.
"I hum a gym llxed up on the ship."
continued Hums, "and I've been work
Iiih all tho way up. My teg, which I
hurt III n railway accident about 11
) ear ago, Isn't bothering me much now.
going rsorth lo I00K round and
sonietblng of mv Health' frlemlH 1 can't
say more than that, because 1 have
no llxcil dates."
Hums thought tho decision In the
jicvey-lJiiigloril light 11 farce.
"Itolten," he said, when the subject
was brought up. "Longford won nil
tho way with the exception or 11 row
j rounds, mid ought to havo had It. I
watched every pont, nnd made a nolo
or them To McVcy I give the llrst,
third, ninth, eighteenth, nineteenth mid
twentieth rounds The second ami
fourth were even. I.'iugford, III my
opinion, won the lirth, sixth, seventh,
eighth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thir
teenth, roiirteentb. Iirteenlh, sixteenth
nnd seventeenth sessions. Of course,
everybody known that McVey's left wan
good, but I.nngford wan operating down
below mid doing remarkably clever
work. Ilo furred nil the way, which
must bo considered In tho points Ha
wah remarkably clever at avoiding, and
look at tho number of tlnien he landed
his loft slmiiltaueoiisly with MeVey'n
PeriapH he did not do the same amount
or work with that sinister weapon, hut
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
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THE DAVIS CUP.
Al'l'KI.AM). N ....tan :0
William A. Uirn.il. the Ameri
can tninli plaer, said today
that he did not I clime that
Ilnrr Wnldiier, secretary or tho
Western 1-twn Tenuis Associa
tion, bail luado the stulruirtil
that American plaers would
not conipelo for the l)a'ls Ciii
unless the Australian playerK
camo to America.
The condltloiiti of the contest
for tho Davis Cup an, said
lirned, ilcllultely lld..and Hi"
Amerlcmi tinni In trniiKl) op
po'ed to an lllteriltlon
The SI Louis soeced tram, which
gao the Kiiiiih a bard run In a no
seore game last week, mid which took
High School's measure last Monday In
11 rinse 1 to 0 game, tlll ' l'u'ick up
against the champions again next Fri
day. The two schools aro now tied mid
the game Is Important
The schedule or the trl-sehool league,
was changed reeintly so as to give tho
Knm pbiyirs 1111 extra week or training
ror track woik toward the latter part
or tho month. Almost every in. ill on
the soccer team Is also a stand by of
tho track team, and will enrrv the Ka
luehamiha colors lit tho dual meeta
against I'unahnii and High
I'nllowllig Is tho standing of the Trl
Hchool Soccer League tn date:
r. w. 1. i Pt
Kamehamcha ... 2 1 0 I 3
St. UmiIh .... 2 1 0 1 .1
High Kcliisil ... 2 0 2 II II
Two peoplo declared their Inten
IIiiiih of becoming citizens of tho Unit
ed States )cMcrd,iy They aro IM
ward Perry Clifford, it ncainau lislllni;
from Sydney, Australia, and Joseph
Snurn, who iron born III Portugal.
It must be reiuemlHTed that liugford
In a twii-handeil lighter, which ho
Kbovveil himself to he. while McVcy ban
really only one hnml
"The, tight llseir wiih a good one
There Is no gainsaying that It'fc not
the best I ever Kaw, but It's tue iierond
best The greatest balllo I ever wit
nessed wan the last one between Joe
Onus and Jimmy I trl 1 1 In Sin Kran
elscd, when (hum In four rounds cut
to plecen llrltt. linn of the cleverest
lightweights tho world Iiiih ever seen.
Tho superb work of Ounn on that oc
casion stands out an 11 memorable event
In ring history.
"Ah lo the chancen of either mnn
with Johnson, I think Lnugfnrd bns by
far the belter. When the two Bams
meet again I export to seo Ijiligfnrd
vv hi "
Hunts proceeds to Viinentivrr direct
on the Miirmna. He will probably
break Into print about his "romo back"
iih soon m. he bits the Coast.
'a ' e