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Champions, Duke Kahanamoku and Frances Cowells, 1915.

WHEN CHAMPIONS MEET

Duke Kahanamoku and Frances Cowells, two of America’s greatest swimmers. The Duke was the hero of the last Olympiad and is the holder of several world’s records, while Miss Cowells holds four American records. 55 more words

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Swimming trophies brought home by the Hawaii boys, 1913.

HAWAII SWIMMERS BROUGHT HOME “THE BACON”

Yesterday and today a good-sized crowd gathered about the window of Thrum’s book store, on Fort street, admiring the cups and medals brought back by the Hawaii swimmers. 235 more words

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Duke Kahanamoku trophy, a champagne cup? 1913.

LOVING CUP USED FOR WINE BOWL

Duke Kahanamoku’s Trophy Is Utilized by Colonel Parker for Purpose Designed

Aboard the liner Sierra a loving cup was used yesterday for the purpose for which it was designed. 93 more words

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Duke has a hard name to pronounce... 1918.

WHEN IT COMES TO A SWIMMING RACE, Duke Kahanamoku is as hard to beat as his name is to pronounce, and then some. Experts say this world’s champion is the last word of perfection in sprint swimming. 16 more words

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Duke on the American Olympic Team, 1912.

HAWAIIAN ATHLETE.

Duke Kahanamoku.

Athletes of the United States are looking to Duke Kahanamoku, full-blooded Hawaiian, as the only man on the Olympic team from this country who has a chance to win a place in the swimming events. 76 more words

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Restoration Day celebration, day number 2! 1844.

SECOND DAY OF THE FESTIVAL, AUGUST 1ST.

Thursday morning, Aug. 1st, at 10 o’clock A. M.—a procession was formed of all the juvenile members of temperance societies to the number of one thousand eight hundred of all ages and both sexes. 862 more words

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Multi-day Restoration Day celebration! 1844.

The 31st of July.

The Festivities of the 31st and the three following days—the Anniversary of the Restoration of the Hawaiian Flag by Admiral Thomas. 1,077 more words

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