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June 30, 1921 - Image 5

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The Wolverine, 1921-06-30

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ult in an jnhro be has become a god, endiowed
reat con- with all1 the ,vrtues. H-is briliant war
ow" with; record is one reason for this, and his
to "never keen intelligence and speed in battle
'is another. These things have mad~e
him a popular hero of fthe first magni-.
* tude, and there is little doubt but that
ond his many American's would be glad to see
of events the 'championship go over the water
f~ a false to France because of this friendly '
of Her- feeling, for the challenger. Dempsey
'orms th still has enemiles oni account of his
id Powell shady actions at the time of the draft.
~leading Betting, however, all favors Demp-
y Percy sey, and Carpentier adherents are few.
and oth- New York and Jersey City are fast
Sfilling with strangers who will attendth fi t Sa u d y T e ar n t J -j
sey City holds more than 90,000 peo-
5' S ple,. and the seat sale has been brisk.f
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FOR WORLDPRESS MEET,
CHonolulu, June M9-The little town
of Waimnea, far up on the slopes of
1launa K ea on the island of Hawaii
in the midst of one of the largest cat-
tle ranches in the world, and now
consisting of little more than a court
hoIuse, a hotel and a few houses, still
boasts of having once bee none of the
wildest and woollijest cowboy towns
west of the Rockies, and veteran Ha-
waiian cattlemen and ranchers, who
were closely identified with early
Western life, say the boast is well
founded.
Those were the days when thou-
sands of cattle were, raised on the

splendid horsemen, and still are, for
that matter. They carried guns,. wore
caps and were experts with the rope.
But althouQ they wore weapons they
never used them in settling personal
differences, resorting solely to their
fists when the occasion ~ warranted.
There are stories,, too, of a few "bad
men" such as one reads of in the early
history of the American West.
On several occasions Hawaiian cow-
boys were taken to the mainland to
compete, in a~nnual roundups of the
type for which Pendleton, Oregon~, i~s
famous, and they never failed to car-
ry off honors.
The Hawaiian cowboys are pl~anning
to hold at Wailuku, Maui, when dele-
gates to 'the Press Congress of the

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1Pilgrims is to be celebrated this year.
5This wellknown tterflng silver service i s named
'for this first lady of the land,,MAARY CHjILTON,
-th first woman to land at Plymouth. from the
,Mayflowe.'
YOUR din~ing table will be set with solid silvr
1You will live with this silver mny years and
yur children will prize it as p'rcos erlooms.
Be o em aking your choice ask your jeweler m,(h w y u t e M RY C I T N p te n
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