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HONOLULU STAR"BULLEr IN .PhlDAY. AUG. 1, 1912.
I LAURENCE REDINGf ON V J W j p4v, V THE mUW MOUTSPORT I
I SPORTING EDITOR J (sg iMtlV Tl ' ISNEmAmCK '' l
HtAliAVIS WILL HAVt CREWS TOW ARIIf M
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IR SENIOR RACE IF BOAT CO
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Preparation for Invasion of Hawaii Being Made by Alameda
Oarsmen, and Regatta Promises to Be Most Important
, Ever Held in the Islands Local Men Anxiously Wa'ting
'for News of New Barge
Provided that the racing barge The communication follows:
which -is being built by Alf Rogers Mr.. J. B. LIghtfoot, Sec. and Treaa..
arrives here on time. the.Healanl Hawtlltn Rnwin? i.'n p n iw
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ciud win enter two crews in the sen- 335, .Honolulu, H. T.
v. v,vi .iretiiBivv. iiiwe is uv&r Mr. Ldgniioot: i am in re,
enough OrstKJass material to man celpt of yours of the 24th. I must
;twoboat, and the club members are say at the least Its contents are rery i
anxiously awaiting news of, the new gratifying.' I
farge,!;i womj was; Teceired. from"! Our -.crew : has already
: vr6v mj iuv ioai, man uu ne ex- ir&inine. so , in rA thov
i U ' : W Bnip jne ooai so as to ar- uy i your ' boya we will hakfe no ex-
rive ner,e about c the 10th , of thli cuses to offen as they will surely be
, i s; onthr but ( those who have been Jong in the pmk of condition.
In the game know: tiat boat builders : Our. banre. Is: now irt tb Imniia of
i ' . !Jora!8ei not always sacred, and Al Rogers and Is being changed over
-tbey- are. hoping for quick' action into a six anl we trust it will come WW1B DILLnGUAM
".uuui; uwuuuuj un , Auuiuer pay- up io our expectations. i p '
-' ment has recently been made -on the: Kindly kive me all the infomiaHfYn 'W:
, . l. n.TT(' H iV.rirorm ( under tnnral ihH. vnii sn Aartvliv fit. 'iTIV
i;, 6iun iu uev unrouo. assoon a9 course, w net tier straightaway or with
'U ftOT,1DIe- T f f ; turn and whether we are to row
v coming regaua; win unaouut! me morning or .in the afternoon. j
' " J edly be the most imnortant ever held I We MTtk tnoollnP with fate" giinmei
" ' rere Kfnr thm rnwlnr cram era In ad a ' In paletnv mnAw kf j -
, frolid -. footing Jn the Islands., For, the expenses and we have no doubt In '
Jirst time a crew will come from the - raising the money necessary.
Coast to" try conclusions with the j J I have already signed up fourteen
local oarsmen, and this In Itselfi will for . the trip with . the prospects of
greatly add interest to the races. ; 1 signing up several more; the exact
Alamedas Duty. V V wumber f In; our party -I ; hope - to be
v The Alameda crew is going right on able to let you know by the next mail.
With itu nrnrHnn n .V tliim tlma Wa rimi. :mi 'fiatt.. . .1. - 01
should be working .out In their ' re- erra sailing on the 10th and return1 7yD o ENrr, ,? NS Sm.V
modeled barge, XwhIch;Was'; changed on the Sonoma'saillng from your h3 n" P; inR"
from.four to.U slides.iA next. few. days. . ' , lJLte !a"!:
. This morn n i Bert LlChtfoot te- v i With kindest- nersnnul rerrfa f mm . "lftUUS
" . - . mm a iiouiiif'X-
s 0M :f feers
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Bouts at Schofield Barrack?
Last Night Provide bood
SDort tor rost and town
Bauersocks of the Fifth Cavalry and
Kelsey of the First Infantry fought
ten 'rounds to a draw last night at
Schofield Barracks, before a large
, crowd of fight fans who were divided
- .as . to whether it should have been
me a raw caned by Keferee pike
Dougherty, or Kelscy's fight ,There
' was considerable low hitting through
out' the bout, and not much really
clean boxing. Bauersocks dldnt shoVr
v to as much advantage as . he has in
: some of his former fights, and didn't
seem to have the necessary steam to
- score decisively; This fcitho second
. draw that the men hare fought, and
probably a third meeting will be ar
'ranged In. the bear, future. ' r-' "". '
; Gray of the cavalry 'beat: Hummel,
First Infantry, by a decision after .the
; full four rounds, - i v '
Morfarlty and Alullen, both of the
; Fifth Horse,-fought four rounds to a
draw. ". ' . yK-..- '
Bowen of - the, artillery beat Rey
nolds of the'Flrst Infantry after four
; rounds -: of fast fighting. .The Utter
was down- three times In the fourth,
and the referee stopped the fight and
gave the decision to Bowen.
reived a letter from President EL. B. myself and crew, I beg to remain,
Thornlng of vthe" Alameda - Rowing ; Yours very truly "
iT Clubv giving -the .progress to date.. f. V : B; THORNING.
J. ATIIERTOX BICHARDS (UvrEK rlt 1 UKE)' a.iii a. i;aixi5..
Richards is the. singles champion of Hawaii, and Castle was champion
. -i X ....
TT 1 ..J.. r L Al 1 1
A.C rSl m'.' N-ttar Roth nor DiUinS?a.
eveui mis year.
England has had some excellent
tennis this year, and In v the chai
entered the. singles ' - ienge rpund'of the slngles'fdr .lh All-
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IV '.:''.'V''V;' rv . ' , , .
In , the finals of the tournament tha
1-aat! beeji in progress since the first
of the week,
as to which
plons' walked through the present Isl
and- singles Champion and
England champidnshtysi:. played at
WlmbledOn. fecently, . A. :F Wliula'j
. . - .Li ; t.. whiHlrpra fu Rrhrmihftva In an .aeonv. ii.A.fA4 a Rnr (Ka -hai!r.iiser.
and did it so derisively winners wouia give niuuuus tuuw r . ; , . ......,v.v, :77"
waa' nn ravil nr inesMnn to Set himself Wr UlOSe eiieCHVe Law- uftomuiucoo v v.- Dy unree swi , ue., uS!tvuw
was no cavil, or question, " ."t- :TTS-t t -l i- . Thnse thf will, anenk m fii i v
wan the hotfpr team In torttS, - wnicn nej uses ' o mucn mvine .v.. . . - . 7 wc'c v ' T.1' ' " -
RPta i the new fham. Elngles ; game. Keeping ,nim . oq me ow- "r in wiiuB.-iw:jw;-.vvv
laS vearV ioUeys to the side lines, so that he Fames .properly called AuUa only thampionshtp.-MrCc M haais
;hamnlnn ..n1-n;tr :wlnln-n ..v ' C . U-i Ui,S.m: m,peaB- r,:nt u,?;,'1T.a
Trr-c. r ,'.-.v Tir.-'v.-; i'J '' - -leaii ares, and hrnfftliifcijwi'maji-
IltAi:rJ! 5 ?:?re.TeS?re inf t; Aif fv - fir- to a considerable x
iicu i3ua KAiiiHi iHimiJi in vrisa non. v-- v wvruv -
ut that .the -fflW'ew ,cieariyv toatccverjuup ,u pjayeV wnonau none, so .wen anai oe
the roslb-i colta "couMrfc considered ft 'lalricontestaat or
tent: They'would' conduct a school ftJr iumplrcsthe'tltle. ti fki f r 'f i
hard pfajing- and turn out some propcny qvwJii?a . Although ; England may ; be ; going
i.r-,i i no ;raauates. ne wouia earn ine jauus. mnre for,. tennis tnis year-inan me
sketch of the new
British . ctamplori v appeaf ed W the
EvenlngNws irom .the. pen
Leaeh and. need nfl Introduction,
tella us ; that Edward Ray makes 1 a
rery fine champion golfer, and' no tic
- tory.- could jpossrbly have been more
popular than his at-Mulrfleld. " Never
ar a champlonshik ; won better . or
more easily. , y.::x-:- ::i
? Barnes Braid once spoke as follows:
. The man who wins must be able 'to
play Ith confidence and feel like
winning, and In this mood things go
well with him," and he is never In
difficulties. The man who Is . feeling
an enormous ttraln upon him, dud to
-his not being able to afford the loss
on a single stroke, or to knowing that
Is absolutely . necessary- to . gain
some when to gain them is enormons-
ly difficult, has' too big a handicap,
and rarely, achieves his object.
- v In this matter'! quite agree with
V what Tayhroncii said, that; when lie
is going to win a champlonthip he
feels himself to be winning easily and
to have a lot In hand, and 'that It Is
difficult to win a championship' unless
you do. it i easily. ; It may be rather
different In the case of a man's first
championship, , when he -feels- the
' strain of . wlpnlirg, i no matter .'tor.
easily he may. be doing so very much
more than he. ever does afterwards.
Thl",tlme he ls being broken nl and
"after that he always seems , to know
when he U winning and when he ii
not.. v-.' ; ; f"
Rsys Case, kvv-
These observatione ; are of apeclal
interest In their anpllcatlon to the
caset)f Ray. He made It esy for hlm-
self to. win, and I doubt if at the be
ginning of the last round it has ever
been more certain that the man who
was leading then would be the victor
than it was this year.
Ray has got a splendid temperament
for the game, and he, played with re-
- markable coolness and confidence the
whole way through the comneUtion:
but at last, when he was well on hi
way In the fourth round, snd toth'i-
r tild soo him from winning, he did
indeed begin to feel the "strain of
winning." . '
He knew tht fnf rertintv
was making :. himself th rbsmn'n.
and it was as if It were too much for
him. ' Harry Vard on was plarinr vt
behind him. and t)Ivine exreed'tj-rw
, well, but Ray had little or no know
ledge of the tart nd n anv re it.
was praMirallV imiMKuihle for VaHon
?to ratch him'nn. But Rv in Ms ne-r
anxietv was afflicted with a Trent:
fran.;Out five games straight with the -'fluite -di7fer3n t from , etfnifr, Tfae sco?e Ind fSaysis-
aSJ score 4-1 against them; there was no.Also,. Richards,:, sard thai the lu-ht The score and analysis. ....
ttuestidn as '.to the ultimate Hsult In bothered him .coiu-de -aDiy,. st- b.w First Set V. ;
lull. n f inilxi.' cliiMnl it .1- i .n l . u 3 n A tt 1! 1- A
r,A- ki J ':Mnaiit.irtn"arlAtittia':''Wvafpf-hn'e'-rrc hot at home on Hie
Mc."s ai una. uuiv ui -'iue - i . T ' . .z.a
race;.whlle Clarke- G riMth'a-men' are f fiet;' When J Roth and Dillingham; ";u,l;1T
su-jumng. .every nerve .to, eaten tne riy
ihgVBoBtons, theiloes of a game, and
t hoU I. kl tk i .1111
! Z.r:L r"":r rt tnunnZna th J.w a little straight sunllKUt could stuirip' Castle, and Hichards-a 4 11 ill' i
ni, tipnrr i iuuk mail tui likvh : juin' manr ampn. cv t vuv iuauiLiiUk iisvsa tuvijaoL oct . .7
etiod. Helcah teagne faMweibacklng the Sen- to love, making a string of eleven in anyone used, to playing against tue 4 5233.
-VSLkjTi--ir:l-rJrr:.TT?:---., --rfciw 1- . ,.,. checkerboard backeround of the Iter-! Roth and Dillineham 4 1
ieMe--.rnt mIlTS:.ir.ti.Yernarnl etania club is somewhat hard 10 an- 1 1 730-6.
gerau's :now..r ...v.;.v Yi--i.wTfvii--Yesterday's match proved two ' "erstanu.
rNew'York has gone back to Chi- things. The first is, that two singles Pattl Farewell. 'Castle .
aft :n fftt. tho rint 1 h.. phAmniAT. rin nnf noooariiv maVoi The victory took on the narnre -or Richards
to looK as though the Giants had a
fight on, their hands. The Cubs are
only 76 polnU to the bad.
1 Los Angeles Is crawling up on Ver
non In '.the Coast League, . and, alto
gether,; It seems, that pennants are
not cinched by a long shot
- V National League,
v (Percentages August 10.)
New - York ... . . . . .72 ' 28 "
Chicago ..... 65 ; 36
Pltuburg;. . ;t ; :;..69 "39
Philadelphia .. .... -48 1 '48
CinclnnaU v.lv r"65J
St Louis . . . ! . : . .46 Zf
Brooklyn .. ; :3Tt?f66'
Boston .. 8lf,if :
'.';' f r 5-tW life "
Boston i X.4i72t tZ
.Washington .VU.;;B? 1 40. y
Philadelphia . J. $ .eft ' K 46
yr.u out for
tho M3X of a
a rhumnlnn Hnnhlp tjim Th sonnd an mter-CIUD Win as wen as yuuui- KOtn
Is that James J. Jeffries didn't put 1-ionship. for Dillipgham aui Roth aro Dillingham
n hay n-i.vH.vT Whn trioa nme . staunch , Pacifies, while Castle and,
bade. Walter Dillingham and Billy . Richards are al for BerftaniJt,- There
Roth arent exactly octogenarians,! as considerable discuss-on as to
w ihav..9n'rn u ,nnA wave Vmr-v in I where the finals should be played.
vtivj v Mk f)u f.wa KMva& .au j
lennia hfstnrr nevertheless and were & the Pacifies finally
thtir home .cm-rts by
when Al Castle was a college lad and,111- . . .
a rv i 1 ' iast vear Di.Mncnam and tf n -vere
it 1 nri 11111 . nitiiijii ii n w u irii 1 1 1 1 1 1. . 111 1
Wllr WnltPf. nillinfrham wnn tiin ' rtlliQers Up, b(;3g put in
Dv uastie anu mo-vcji. in
had their rcven$v. and the su-ile that
vouldn't come off was much in evi
dence. At a ,; the winners an
i'ii need, their. ret'-cniMi: fnnn the
courts forever. Jhemilv uuiefat-
Castle and Richards 9 4 4 4
2 2 5 7 424. ,
Dillingham and Roth 11 1 0 0 2 4
4 4 7 9426. V
644 oyWf 8 championship first some
602 Sbteen years ago, and it is some
500 time since Roth and R. A. Cooke held
"jgg, the title, Jigurlng twelve months as
tho finals. Roth ...2
year t Ley nniincham 5
Detroit ; .
. . . .53
Los Angeles .
Portland .. .
Sacramento . .
v Dillingham and Roth won yester-!td champions In .-asuvsiv a.n.j ?-ave
day, because they used better team ! v the,r. vacinc. At 6:1. hej Castle .
ork-and better headwork. and be-i sxeo up mp. -ueis iu ; Kicnaras
te.Lnis team tlin w K-'ini; n iau Kotn ..
Richards and Castle 2 2 2
Roth and Dillingham i 4
Unlted States; andthere may baTnore
and I better, players m icngiana, taao
the- average than? there 'are to the"
iTntted States, - it Is noticeable '-that
some of the English critics;' like those
of; this country are calling Tbr oeW
blood andsuggestlag that those' hd
have a fondness for the game devote
themselves to attainment of higher
1 perfection t that they may i represent
the'Kinedom In matches of the fu
turd. ; :": '' ..;;
-If there Is not an innux of new
blood r says One writer. "It may be
only a question of time before the
C champion of Great Britain will be: a
resident of France, Belgium or the
, United States, or perhaps Canada will
take the honor away from us,, al
though we could, take better comfort
In losing It to Canada.
Some improvement will have to be
noticed in the rising generation of
Americaq tennis players before -the
'title will, be captured from England.
Ladies, Too, Will Have Ch:a
to . Show Their Skill and Dur
ing as Speed Pilots at Kapio
lani Park Tomorrow - V
.Mere males are not the only can
who will be allowed to enjoy, life,
liberty and the pursuit of gasolln a at
Kapiolanl ; Patk. tomorrow, JIcr.tera
of . the, -.fair; sex have been grist cl. ,
equal, suffrage without, tho fcrr.itj
of ' riot, and : they, too, csn awir.i
round corners on two wheels or rl! '
their cars in the ditch.; a fancy
Utes.'- . : .'- ...
It seems, that the ' idea of Un: :
gymkhana events didn't entirely tr.t;
lsfy some of the expert ;wherlwcc:n.
who longed for the exciter ?nt c ! -speed..
.They' were jealous cf thar :i
who we're to have the'f:: : :ta rrlri-!
lege of rlikiiig. their hr ; U th3 Tvo.
and ten-mile raccs'aaa th:y rcL
cd, a mild protest ; ,
Therefore, at a mectfns pf.the'ccn-
mittce.last nfght the barrel rsca v. 13
cut. out and -a ladies' raco vrzi tub-
stituted In its place, so that any Jii!:3
who. are -.driving touring cars can ca
ter. ; This action was taken tcci:3
ladles' are npt to be allowqi to dri73
In the five or the ten-mllo spep-J ra:?,
as most or the drivers in ttit r:3
have had. experience la ' tract. d ri:
before and would not care to con:; :ta
In mixed company. - --- --
Mrs. Kershner,. Mrs.. Ixrrla An
drews and rMlsa.Wllheldsi Ter.r 7
have all agreed to start cars In. t n
ladies' speed race. which will t:-l-
ably be Uiree mllesT f; - : ' ;
Noadmission; will be charscJ, c-.I .
everybody Is. urged to buy en 9 cf tv i
club,' flags and help ' the meet ' z- '
financially. T The meet will Etirt it 2
O'ClOCk. ::;lArs-s: - .
FolloWjinx are th e en trl cs to
with mare. expected today: -
atri e- & '-J-, t--i-w -A.-- V"' - T
- One' --slx-cyllnicr Steve- --D':ry
Inder Lc ;
cylinder Pal-.c; J. r, I. ...
less; tone 'ix-cylJ : r L
Ilamm xoung Co. cna f - .
Hupmphile. von Hajr..-n-Yc ,
two four-cylinder Resa!3, II. ::.
dricks I) four-cylinder. . C il :X
.vyichmani one cylinder
Carl l Schaefer ; : one r. f our-cy V.z Z : r
lBuIck,jMrs.' Kershner,, ' ; -
Notssof the Mest,"- ." ' Ji
v The races to .be run- acccrdlnsr to
AjAv;:U.r ruling." ' ;v.- ; , ;
- The Hawaiian band " will 1 3 there .
at 2 p. hi" sharp, and'.will play all
iurlng the races. . '
. Thirty-eight convicts from tha Oahj
prison have been, working on thetraci
for a' week and have it In splendid
condition. . . . . ,
;; Sheriff Jarrett. will police the track
and will' be assisted by. tha National
Guard.; .?.; '- . .. . - - ..
All spectators in machines will have
opponents , as
Co.i .: sten'.y, thy nam-
were far below their individual fornll,,:j evening.
fia clnir1sa nlovorc PlrrtorHe nlavoH ! JcfffiCS.
the worst game that he has out up! Umpiring Excellent,
since returning from college this sum-! Incidentally it might be remarked
mer. and Castle was way off his usual (that the umpinn; of J. H.. Barnes was
brilliant style, missing many easy ! right up to the mark - Local umpires,
shots that would ordinarily be easy! for the most part, act like criminals
acres for him. The break of the luck1 who are afraid to open their mouths
v-as about even, both sides having j 'or fear of displacing their , false
tails that ran alone; tha top of the
net and. peeked over to find a soft
landing place to drop on. . As the Pa
cific courts are not taped, the element
of line balls bouncing crooked did not
enter into the calculations, and any
thing that was in was' plavable.
Castle and Richards did much to
beat themselves, as the number of
nets and outs charged against them
will show, but, at that, their oppon
ents won many points by ail-her
Games won: Dillingham and Roth,
18; Castle and Richards, 7. Points
won: Dillingham and Roth, 101;: pas
tie and Richards, 81. Errors: Castle,
26; Richards, 34 r Roth, 10; Diljffig
ham, 23. Places: Castle, 9; Richards,
7; Roth, 15; Dillingham, 17.
run orniro .
1 0 -is: wit u Win niii
LJ I I II III! I I 1 1 1
111111 lllLiU UIJ
Tennis Players Will Be
Given a (landing
The proposed ball series . between
the Hllo cracks, who will come hefe
with the National Guard, and the
Oabu League teams Is to be a reality.
At a meeting of the Oahu League last
nignt Manager Marcallino was author
ized to go ahead with arrangements
tor games September 4, 7. and 8; a
double-header being scheduled for that
It was decided to go on with the
regular league schedule, and play the
games of the last two Sundays, which
were postponed, at the end of the
chance of getting into the prize list,
his" third round having settled him,
and he devoted himself completely
and unselfishly to bringing in the
winner. . He. played as well and mielv
as he, could, so that his man night
bo spared all Irritation and at tne
time when-Ray Was getting unsteady
he helped himiwith just the right kin'i
o sympathy that means so much as
NEW pKK The ranking oommit-
smashing over their heads or paciiKl tee of the united btatos national
clever cross court volleys just out of Iawu Tennis association took the first
reach. At straight smashing Dilliug-. Bteps toward listing every player in
ham showed to advantage, especially the country at a meeting held recent
in the third set. when he landed r, ! ly at th office of G. T. Adcc, the sec-
rrtarv. Miles Charlock of
return bound to the top of the back-1 Crescent A. C. i.s chairman of the
stop, in an absolutely unplayable ixv, comminee.
&Ition. He was also on
Roth DUt more nlace and less nac
cn his returns, and astonished every-1 ery tournament player be secured fo
...... - . I 11.- J V....1.. 1 I i.r 1 ti.c that 1
one, including himself, at some of tne,
recoveries he made. He wasn't uslnqj
lis deep cross-court smash to anyi-f -f f4- -f
extent, but was putting a deal of cut
eastern players have hitherto, perhaps
unjustly, monopolized the ranking list
Cdl 11 oi. awii. v ... .... - -. " - 1
ranking committee is to nationalixe of money.
the game, bringing to the front eyery
player of prominence in every state.
the! r. Aaee said in nn interview.
j "This is the most momentous move-
ment the association has ever under-
The nran who never has occasion to
employ a lawyer ought to save a lot
l, nnw.mirKT K,wU- Ho r fti-ea hat i men UL Ulf. lllal Udsa ui "in uuc.
1 1 1 vt ci 111115 - 1 - 1 v - ' 1
jrent that hi rival was really do'n?
the impossible, and he sooke to h'? such a time.
pcrtner Sherlock somethlne to tht e- 1 don't care who he may be
feet, and abont the tenth or eleventh
hole he said be was sure that Hr
was out in about 29! Ash matter of
fact the old ehampion had got to th
end hole in 35.
Partner Heloed. ,
And here I should ray that Ray was
very fortunate in his partner on that
lst day. Sherlock nursed him splen
At the beginning of the fourth round
the Stoke Poges man knew , that he
man who is winning a champions!.''
like this is-very much of a baby for a
time and has to be treated ai such,
and Sherlock's careful tact was spen
A statue of Abraham Lincoln will
be placed in the civic center of San
A. J. Daly, Democratic national
committeeman from Alaska, commit-
on the ball, and puzzling Richards
A'ith a slow return and serve.
Change of Pace.
Dillingham would hit a ha'-d drive,
( 1 Tl - . .n U.nr.
ciation. insists that the record of ev-j 10 uukuuwu p.jic.s m uiiaui m
01 tne country, rngjanu una iweuij
hope to remedy this, and thousands of
letters, are being sent all over the
country, so that records may be in our
hands by Sept. 2.r.. The playing rules
are also being completely revised by
H. W. Slocum and his committee, and
an active administration is beginning
for the American game."
SHORTSTOP DOESN'T GET
CHANCE IN 9 INNINGS
During a recent New York- 4
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to park them on the insld a of tha
track.- All late arrivals will have tj
'wait until the event that Is fct!r.; rua
at' the time they arrive la ever. ; n;
Itfls' going to be the tipcat rz:3
ever pulled off in Honcliila. ' '
r: All post entries will te announce!
before the race; starts " '
U In all there .are , twenty-five entricJ
for the rarioua events, the'cnc3 noted
above being entered yesterday. . .
CAtlFORNIA TEAM IS
SWEEPING THE COURTS
NKW YORK. August . M. E.
and Richards would stick out his rac-! McLoughlin and T. C. Bundy, the
quet firmly, and volley it. Roth would Pacific Coust doubles champion.
send a soft one back again to Rich- r
ted suicide bv shootlne himself on a
himself Iadnot the smallest poss.Va river steamboat near folovana.
ards, and the latter would take it
the same way as the previous return,
the result being that ball after ball
didn't even reach the net off Rich
ards' racquet: It was the same way
cn the service. Roth's soft ball with
plenty of cut being a puzzler to the
singles champion. Another heady
piece of work was that neither of the
- won the New York State lawn
tennis championship titles in the
doubles today. They defeated
Karl H. Behr and F. E. Inman by
e4, 6 4. 26. 64. It was a
constant battle of the fastest ten-
nis, interspersed with lobbing,
that. has been seen in the East
this season, j
Sixteen tennis players will leave for
Maui this evening on the Honolulan.
ito compete with the valley island rac
j qi'.et experts in matches scheduled in
, connection with the Harvest Home
'celebration. A swimming race for the
men who take part in the tennis
matches, is also on the cards, the
event which will be a six-man tsam
relay, being swum in the pool of the
Puunene Athletic Club.
4- Washington game George Mo
Bride, the National shortstop,
f did not have a singla chance in
the field; not a putout or an as
sist. This is believed to be "a
world's record for a shortstop.
McBride himself says that dur-
ing his loitg experience as a
shortstop it was iho first time'
he did not handle a ball in a
4- Manager Griffith is also au-
thority for the statement chat, a
world's baseball record has been
"I have been in the game long
er than McBride," said Griff, .and
I never before heard of, a snort
stop going through nine innings
without handling the ball.
NEW YORK; August 7. Th Unit
ed States probably will be compelled ,
to default its place : In . tha Davis . la-,
ternatiohal lawn tennis challenge cup
matches. Robert D. Wrenn, president ,
of the National Lawn Tennis Associa
tion, has been diligently searching for
players willing to make, te trip, but
his efforts have not been successful,
and there Is small likelihood tow that .
America, will send a team. .. ,. -. '
The unwillingness of . the American
champions and. nearchampkttis to give
any positive assurances to represent
this country has been-due principally '
to the fact that the English LaCn
Tennis Association, following victory .
1 the ; preliminaries against France, ; :
has .definitely , decided to play . the.
Americans, If at. all. in Australia. Thii
means that the Americans. If ,thx'
wish io play for! the. world's trophy. -must
journey to. Australla.to play the
English team - to decide which' will,
become the challengers of Atne Au3-.
trallan holders of the cup." : y
Coin? to the dome of the new First -Christian
church at Louisville, Ky- to
"fee the city." Varda Lee; Burns fell
through a wired-glass skylight i and
was killed. . '.
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