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FAST "CHINAMAN OLYMPIC CANDIDATE
Lai running the hundred in
'A Chinaman, but a native "born
one, is a candidate for the Amer
ican Olympic team, and if he per
forms as well in the tryouts as he
has done in competition, he
stands a very good chance of
making the team.
The young Celestial athlete's
name is Lai Ting, and he is a na
tive of Honolulu, having been
born there after the islands were
taken over by the United States.
He is now in this country with
the AllrChinese baseball team
from Honolulu, on which he plays
-'-.Lai, in competition recently in
his native city, did the 100 in :10
flat, one watch catching his time
as :09 4-5. He also excels in the
broad jump and can do the 220 in
better than :23. He also has
negotiated the 50 in :05.
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G. O. P. stands for Grumpy Old
Party these days.
10 flat, in meet in Honolulu.
GOOD PURE CANDY
Mix confectioners' sugar with
a little water and the white of an
egg (or with the yolk, if you wish
yellow candy)- until it is a good
consistency for molding. Theri
let the children shape the fondant
into apples, pears oV grapes, us
ing pieces of citron for steams,
and cloves for the blossom ends.
Nuts may be rolled inside.
flavor with vanilla. If you
wish other-'colors use -pure vege
table coloring sold for this pur
pose. o o
Little Girl Your papa has on
ly got one leg, hasn't he?
Veteran's Little Girl Yes.
Little Girl Where's his oth
Veteran's Little Girl Hush,
dear. It's in heaven.
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