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Roth and Cooke Are
CUNHA AND WARREN ARE OUT-PLAYED IN SECOND DAY'S CON-
TEST FOR DOUBLES TENUIS UliAJLTlUflaiur ur xac
TERRITORY WIN ONLY ONE GAME IN
THE FINAL SET
Ilotli anil Cooko are still the, lml 'era
f tho men's doubles tenuis (.'tampion-
chip for tho tmltory. With .teat e.o
thoy took tlii Una! sot from Cunha
ami Warren en tho Pacific courts jos-i
inntnv afternoon ami cinched their
claim to tlw nonor tiophy.
Tho only inn' that Cunlia ami war
ren hail a look In, was In tho fourth
same, whlci they managed to win
Rdme-30. The other six simet to
.....nul,l...- vllnrii.u fur tin, title liol.l-
crB nnii the contest was over hcfoi e It
had fairly besiln Kotli and Cooko
u-nin In mniinincent :orm. wnllo t..li
opponents did not hesln to h(iw up rs
well as they did during tne nisi oaj a
With the score of the previous day.
standing M In sets, end the clianiploitr.
on tho Ions end, thore v,as piimlre of
some exciting play, and thcr vas a
rood crowd at the courts to rpo the
(picstlon of supremacy settled. Hoih
and Cooke started off with a lush nnd
lind scored the first game by the lime
that their opponents tiad ren lied the
The second game pioved een r.."io
disastrous for tho amhltloui. iuie3
They scored, Just one tally hefnio tho
thumplons managed to lung out the
last 15 and thus annex tho gr.me in
the third. Cunha and Warren I inched
30, their high mark.
Tlu fourth uanio saw a gre.it icvcib-
al of form, and tho onlookers licgan tu
up and take notice. With gicat
;ularlty the short-enders annexe t
rolnts until the game slipped Into
their hands, tho champions getting bui
0 In tho game.
As the firth game began, thero wad
r buzz of expectancy along the side
lines. It looked as though Cunha and
Warren were about to repeat their pep
lormance of the previous day and hit n
winning streak. The hope proved
uln, howcvoi, for tho tltleholdera took
the game by a Bcore of gamo-30 and
kept up the work by nnnextng the fol
lowing two games by tho samo score.
Thus the fourth, the deciding, set
went to'Hoth and Cooke In about tho
easiest manner possible and they weio
left the undisputed champions of Iho
Cunha and Warren did not begin tn
show the form that characterized their
play during tho first day of the tourna
ment. They bad cldently not recov
tred from the strain of Thursday's
play, and they did not begin to make
tho showing that they did on tho for
mer occasion. Tho spectncular ol
lying that characterized the first day
was notlcably nhscnt, and tho set was
seriously lacking In Interest.
So fnsl was the slaughter that before
uiy ono realized that the play was
fairly under way, tho tournament was
over. Many tennis enthusiasts who
started for the match arrhed on the
grounds Just In time to see tho play
ors put ou'tlWlr coats.
ABOUT SOME PEOPLE
A certain lone, lanky yachting en
thusiast, almost long enough to Beno
as a mnlnmnst on one of his beloved
water-skimmers, is carrying a smile
nround these days that seems to say
"I know a deuce of a lot If I could
only be induced to toll It." Well,
maybe he does: but there seems to
be a general Impression that be docs
not. lie's a friendly sort of a chap,
though, who always pats sporting ed
itors on the back and calls them "old
man" and nssuics them that he is
telling tho etcrnnl truth when ho
says that he knows nothing. Some
day somo one may believe him nnd
then he'll get mad If he caq icniem
bcr bow quickly enough.
TRIPLE TIE MAY BE
PLAYED Off SUNDAY
AALAS AND C. A. C. WILL CROSS
TAKES PLACE TODAY
Three Nines of Xalanianaole League
Now Have Same Percentage ana
Winner of Game will rass To Head
of the Column
Standing" of Cupid League
p. W. L. Pet.
Aala . . ., 4 3 1 .750
C. A. C 4 1 ."SO
White Sox 4 3 1 .750
J, A. C 4 1 3 .250
Twilights 4 D 4 .000
PUNAHOU WILL" TRY C0NCLU
SIONS WITH MAILE
Contest Will Prove Interesting as
Tail-Enders Showed a Marked Rever
sal of Form Last Saturday Y. M. C.
A. Will Meet' Diamond Heads
Standing of Soccer League
P. W. U. Pts.ForAg't
Y. St. C. A....3 2 1 G 6 1
Malle 320 4 5 1
I), Head' 3 10 2 8 7
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The battle royal of the"Kalanlana
olo Lcaguo will take place tomorrow
afternoon at Aala Pane when the
Aalas and tho Chinese Athlotift Club
meet in their stiuggle for first place
In the league's percentage column.
The Aalas now head tho list for no
other leason than that their name
begins with A. As for as percentage
goes, tho, are tied with the Chinese
Athletic Club nnd tho White Sox.
Theie Is considerable difference of
opinion among the faus as to which
nine Is really the stionger. The C.
A. C, has a clean record tor good, con
sistent playing. The Aalas on sevcr
nl occasions have performed spectac
ular feats of diamond prowess, lloth
aggregations are anxious to get at
each other and the plajers on both
tennis beltevo that they already have
victory within their grasp.
liefore the C. A. C. and tho Aalas
clash there will be a struggle to de
termine which team shall occupy the
humble but necessary position of tall
ender. The record Is now held by the
Twilight Athletic Club, with four
straight defeats and no victories. The
Jap'aneso Athletic Club will try to re
peat the story nnd drive the Twi
lights a little further Into tho hole.
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Evening Bulletin 75c. Pep Month
A great soccer double-header will
ho placed on the league grounds this
afternoon when the Sialics and Punn
hous. and the Y. M. C. A. and Dia
mond Heads meet In a test ot
strength nnd skill. Tho Mallcs have
a pictty clean scoro to their credit
bo far, and they expect to win to
day's game with comparative ease
The Punahous have been getting In
somo telling work lately, and they
havoa different opinion in the mat
Tho first game, Mallcs versus Pu
nahous, will be called promptly at
2:30 o'clock. Just as soon as it Is
over, the Y. M, C. A. and Diamond
Head elevens will trot out onto tho
field and tfy conclusions. Today's
game' has caused more speculation on
tho part of tho fans, than any pre
ceding one of tho series, and the at
tendance U likely to be large.
Tho teams will piobably line up ni
Malles .llolscr, g; Center (enp
tain), If; McQIII, rf; Davis, lh; II.
Cbllllngworlh, ch; II. Andrews, rh;
Marcallno, o); Sing Chong, II; E. An
drews, cf; II. Ualley, Ir; Dwlght, or;
Sing Hong, II.
Punabou Patey, g; Lota, If;
Grubble, rf; Dodge, lh; Fraser, ch;
McKlnnon, rh; J, Cattou (captain),
ol; Wltbington, II; Mon Yin, cf;
Smith, ir; .Clarlc, or.
Diamond Heads Bob Chilling
worth, g; Sherwood, If; Hickman, rf;
Zleglor, lb; Chilton, ch; Hughes, rh;
If the Marines don't make Quite a
showing iu (ho second series of base
ball games ot the Atkinson League,
It will not be through lack ot effort.
Those lads are putting In somo ot the
most telling practice that any ono
could ask tor, and they all hnvo ft
sort ot do-or-dlo expression on their
faces. The last series served to Jolt
Into them the realization that some
thing was radically wrong with their
scheme of operations and they have
been making n study ot diamond
strategy during the past couple ot
weeks. One of tho gentlo methods of
persuasion used in the first scries was
to lay for the unfortunate members
of the team after cery defeat and
submit them to n tongue-wagging
such us they never iccelved from
their genial captain. Promising as
the plan looked at the start, It failed
to work out satisfactory; so tho older
heads concluded that they might with
prod Introduce come other scheme.
Honceforth there will be a choice col
lection of sugar plums and bottles of
Queen Charlotte along the side-lines,
and each hit will bo rewarded pop
for pop, May Del
The Jolly French features of Hed
Jack McKadden aio not as cheertui
these days as they were wont to be
In, the days of ore. Hed is-a peace
able young man, but he believes that
a certain amount ot scrapping is nec
essary to the physical well-being ot
any normal human being, and he
enn't And anyone who will take him
on. W,hen lied tries to look mad, ho"
screws his features up Into tho most
whimsical grin-frown Imaginable and
when ou call attention to the fact
that It is really only a near-grouch
that he Is carrying around with him,
his face turns about the color ot his
hair and he gives a shrug moro typi
cal of the Emerald Isle than ot sunny
Caul, and gently Insinuates that you
might as well run a foot-race with
)oursclf around the block. Incident
ally, ho kicks at tho first stray pup
that comes along, taking mighty good
care that he docs not hurt tbo little
hcabt. Hed Jack can't get real mad,
even when nn antagonist hits foul
In the ring but he sometimes thinks
that he's mad, and that Berves the
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WALKING ENTHUSIASTS MEET
Walking enthusiasts held a meet
ing on the roof garden of tbo Alexan
der Young Hotel last night to discuss
plans for another walking race. A
committee was appointed to arrange
for tl)e contest, which It was decided
to hold early In January, Tho course
ever which the race will be walked
has not been decided, the matter be
ing left In the hands of tho committee
to report upon.
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Kea, ol; Norton, 11; E. Fernandez,
cl; I1IU Rice, Ir; Carl Oss (captain),
or; Norton, II.
Y. M. C. A. nickard, g; Swift, It;
IV Dickinson, re; Hioderlclt, lh; J.
C. Anderson, ch; J. A. Macaulay, rh;
Macconnel (captain), ol; Drown, 11;
McKlnley, cf; J. Macaulay, ir; Hlack
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