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Feb. 27, 1924: "Natives of Hawaii can do more than merely strum the ukulele and sing those songs about hanging around the beach at Waikiki. They produced some real athletes over there. As evidence, attention is called to Tin Luke Wongwai. The name suggests a classy 'Chink' laundryman. On the contrary Tin Luke is the champion sprinter of Hawaii."