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When tlio two plantation ball
tennis step Into tlio diamond next
Saturday to dobattlc for tho chnm
ploimlilp at the cano belt, there Is,
sure to bo something doing.
Ewn and Wnlnnno will try con
clusions, and tlio result should Ira
Indoubt up till tho finish of the
game. Not that West's Warriors
for a moment consider that theoth
cr bunch hnvo a chanco of winning,
tho chumplonshlp, but Simpson's
Stars arc Just as confident, and there
nd It should bo a real good gamo
right through, for both teams will
bo out for gore, and will leave no
mono unturned In their effort to
A special train will bring tho
country teams down, and their sup
porters will also conio along in
numbeis. Tho 12wa contingent will
tin nil In monl fortu fltlil It Itt whls- I
pored thnt they have n fine fresh lot AnilUcll TdmiS
ui wiiiiuwasii ruuuy iui hid -
The game Is to start at 8:45 a.
uiUlal, Ik m h iinnnrllw limt frtl
;, Wan.' ,t".;" on 1 or d nuu;' ." " ? !
tho thing by tho farmers: In fact which Invoke the yirlous cham- )IJocUu9 ,, went to the former, who
they think halt tho day pau at that VomMV of tho Territory of Hawaii. J took, tWJ Bctg straKnt, C-2, C-4.
time. w' commence on Wednesday, Aug- Tncro wuro Bomo g00(, rallyg n this
ti. f .,,, i.i fmn, wninnnn t 18. Tho first matches will bo .,-,. , nll.i .,. nmcB wcro
will bo on deck, and some now.alrs L.r Ule wens s nglcs cnamp.onsnip. Wc fought out.
have been comiiosed. One of theso
?: Diamond 'Heads vs.
Aug. 8: J. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
Aug. 8: K. A. C. vs. U. 8. M.
(Riverside League) ,
Aug. 8: Aala vs. HoTt "
Apg. 8: Chineso vs. Kewalo.
Aug. 8: Ewa vs. Walnnno.
. Aug 14: Punahou vs.
Aug. 7: Practice.
Aug. 2: Wall Cup.
, Aug. 8: Mclnerny Cup.
Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordcll.
:Wall Cup Final
Z Play Tomorrow
Play In tho Wall Cup tennis tour
nnmont advanced another Btep yes-
tcrday when Geo defeated Captain.
Low nnd Sinclair beat Uockus. Tho
former mutch was a flno exhibition
of tennis and both tlio winner and
loser played In excellent form.
Although Oeo won tho three ets
.l.lkl nt.l wn nt ttintn 0.1RllV.
tho play was not as one-sided as It
appears to be on paper. Gee, by
defeating Low G-2, 7-C, C3, proved
that ho Is In tho best of form nnd
ready to extend any player In tho
I Tho second set was a hnnMought
one, and the Individual games wcro
also hotly contested. dee's placing
was very accurate and his vollcy-
lng well nigh porfect. Low mado
some beautiful returns at times, but
:Oo was not to bo denied, and .play
ing In perfect style, took the set
ny this victory Geo gets Into tho
final, and ho will havo to meet the
winner of tho Lowrey - Sinclair
The other match played yester
day was between Sinclair and
The prenent holder of the title Is
Lowrey and Sinclair, who meet
Is a touching waltz "refrain, and tho A- L-J"8'""' ,but a,s h?l8 nl8ent, ? 'this afternoon, should provide , a
swinging chorus goes something , ,"'?' " t7 splendid exhibition of tennis, as tho
until after tho completion of the
like this: "Oh, where docs tho """ ""' "'" -i"-""-- - mntch will bo for tho best tnreo oui
gooso lay her egg? Why, on the louranineni. mo winner o. .no o,en ,of vo gel8i
Korcbojrd. of courso." That Is the ovont 'will not have to meet the, 0ee wl mcct tho wnncr n tho
Wnlanne version. The Ewa Idea Is champion In order to win the .honor. flnn nn( Bll0U,d ho ln. will hnvo
that It will bo "One. two. three1 , T,hc c" cvcntg wl" b tho mc"8,a try to wrest tho Wall cup from W.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
doubles; tho present holders aro C,
1 H. Cook'o and W. P. Roth, who have
held the title for tho past five years.
It is doubtful If they will play In
the tournament this year.
. I Next in order aio ladles' singles.
ttrlkes, ou aro out" right through
Tho charges at the gates wll be
tho same ns tor the afternoon games,
and no doubt a nlco llttto sum will
l.n nnhoil urlllftll will ft tnwnrflff t hfl '
upkeep of tho teams. ''Th fntrlei' for ." " tot
. . .. Innal wi vnnra hrfvn tint honn Bit HI
The teams will bo as follows: "..".." . . ".
r.i;i, ... i w v,n.nt. 'cient lo'consuuueu conicsi.
IWU VI KlilinV) i, w. ... ......
1 1.. Warren, who at nrrsent holds It.
holder of the premier lady's title Is
Mrs.1 George Coulter, nee Miss Ethel
The cVcatest interest Is nlaVrys
taken In tho championship events,
and tho'Vtuy Is watched very keenly.
Quite 'a number of new playeis
hnvo arrived In Honolulu In the last
j car or so, and it Is, un open ques
tion whether the old champions' In
I the dlffeient cents can hold their
mirn uftifc(lii nau.'pnmn,-H
On wEtUrdaV M regtirds the ladle pinnies. It Is
. ' to be hoped that sufficient entries be
1 i,i - nm mnvlni? In rocnr.l to thu Jccelved bo that theic may be n
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ta, c: C. W. Gorvln, lb; M. Plata.
2b; W. Meyer, 3b; J. 11. Uento, ss;
Joe Ellas, If; Jas. Lalng, cf; M.
Hodrlques, rf. Walanno A. An
derson, c; A. M. Simpson, p; Geo.
Meyer, lb; K. Kanoho, 2b; J. J.
Moyer, 3b; John Lopez, bs J. Mun
don, rf; K. Lopez, cf; K. Nuhl, If.
..i.im of lilir Imll wlilrll Kllirls nL tho COniesl.
'Limbuo Giomids on Saturday next, lady players on Oahu.-to say nothing
,Tho tuamu nio getting together and "' Hawaii and Maul, where the game
..... iv.ii-iiriniruliniiii' cono lii for ." I" played every afternoon In tho
I Tlio Dliunond Heads havo selected week. t
thi'lr team to go up against the Puna-1 ' II !t S
nous anu a rainy sirong ngsrvKuiiun A-. i K.M
II Ih Inn I nnll.. lll .In tlio lillrlllll'-' iXUOilirr JJJI1
lor the Jewels, and Jim Wlunc will
bi on the lecoUliiK cud. i
Tlio St. Louis team will bo picked '
tonight, pi obably ut the meeting llut' Still another baseball league has
Is to bo held In Urelcr Hall. All mem- heen added to the long list existing at
burs aie icqucsted to attend and give jTosent, The latest addition Is tho
j. hand at getting a leal llvo team to- Goldsmith's, which Is comprised of
Keillor. I lour teams, lz: Aloha Juniors, Ka-
The nianagcis of tlio different teams nianiiwal A. C, AU-Hawalls and See
will havo a meeting today to dUciiiiK Yup A. C.
the sltuullnu, and to look Into the mat-' Tho new league will play nt Aala
lor of allowing the Junior players to I'ark on Sunday mornings, nnd somo
get in for u trial without .endangering exciting games tiro looked forward to
lliclr BtuiiJIng with the minor leagues by tho fans. A meeting will bo called
In case they do not make good with. In the near future nnd officers elected,
the seniors. - C. M. Tal, a prominent Chinese mer-
IMdle Fernandez Is on deck at chant, has donated a suitable trophy
Gunst Eaklu's btoio from 11 lo 1 , for the scries, and It Is hoped that ono
o'clock dally, and Is ready to sell ilth-lmoro team will cntor for the compctl
or reserved season tickets or the or.l- ln.
Inary kind. 'The prices aro bo reason--) An All-Chlncso-leam will possibly bo
ublu that tho tickets mu koIiik oit In numbered In tho leaguo. If uirange-'
Kieut shapo and tho Indications are ,uent8 can bo mado nnd It is (bought '
that tho atiendanco nt the old grounds '"n the Chineso Aloha Club may nnd
on Saturday next will bo boiiietlilng 'ho material for a, good team In their
Many Improvements havo been made
at tho Athletic Park and the carpen
ters havo been hard ut work during
tho week altering some of tho,prescnt
fittings of the bleachers and' grand
stand, ti 'i it'll
Tho flrst-baso bleachers havo been
provided with n central aisle, which
will cuablo tho patrons of that stand
to reach their scats without having to
climb over those fans who are al
Another change Is tho opening of a
door directly behind the scorer's box.
which will enable tho players to go
(llr.irt to ilin ilrpft-rint? rooms without
There are some excellent j ,mv,IB , forco ,holr wny thrbuKli a
A Guide To
like that In tho past. , ranks.
On Saturday jhvo special Itapl.l '
Transit cars will blurt fioui the N. G. '
II. drlllBhcd for n tilp around town
lielore comeyln.'j the band unit bill
pliiycisiul to the grounds. .
The teams for the opcnlng'gaifio are
lis follows: Wlaiuoiid Ho.uU Wlnne, i
c ; t.ckllo, p.; IS. Kornnndez,' Jb.;
D.nU, 2b; S. Chllllngwofth,' 3b.; II.
Clilillngwoilh, ss.; Autone l.oulu, lr J
Joe Ketiiaiidcz. cf.f Heliio Wllllamrf.t
c.'.; Sfnjne, ii.
Punahou McCorrUlon c; J, Wil
liams, p.; A. (. Marcallluo, lb ; llimgs,
ih.; Hen leiton, 3b; Modcraft, ss.; C.
Cooke, If,; Jack Kla, cf.; John ;Wat
oi house, i',
n it jj ,
All Is now ready for the trlp'of tlio
local tenuis plaeis to Piiimpiio, mid
on Saturday the diuwlngj as urrmged
by Secietnry Slioyui.iker nie ox;i"cr 1
lo ciiinii to hand.
" By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Old-style straight Ken
tucky Uourbon. Conti
nental was the favorite
of the Southern gentry
of "befoah the war" pe
riod., 'A good, honest,"
friendly old whiskey'."
H . I '
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
ciowd of :unB thnt usually , congre
gates nt the pasbago that at present
exists ut tho Bide of the grand stand.
As soon us tho park manager can
get the electric light on to tho grounds
tho moving picture feature will be
Marled. It is expected that nil will
bo In readiness-Homo time next week
for tho first performance.
Tho park will bo occupied all day
noxt Sunday by ball teams, and riom
9 o'clock In the morning till S In the
afternoon thero will bo something den
mg on tho diamond. ,
Tho plantation championship will bo
played for In the'niqfnlng and in the
afternoon the two UBual Oahu leaguo
games will bo pulled off.
The Regatta Day program Is bofng
thought out, andi It is probablo that
tho ten mllo race Idea will be gone
Into and U would certainly bo a draw
ing card. i
Yacht Cruise ,
There will be a special excursion
of the Hawaii Yacht Club on Sat
urday and Sunday, Augirkt 14 and
15. Tho cruise will be to Walanae
nnd tho Hawaii will take part In
Tho Hawaii can carry about twen
ty, nnd the other yachts can accom
modate about the samo number ot
people, Anyone wishing to make
the tilp will be able to arrange
things by notifying tho secretary
or the Hawaii Yacht Club at the tax
The cruise should be a fine one to
the anchorage ut Wulanae, and tho
nchtB will lay thero for Saturday
night. On Sunday tho return trip
will bo made to town and everybody
landed In good time.
Tho crulso will start In the after
noon, and tho following yachts "are
expected to take pait In tho excur
sion: The Hawaii, Kamehamoha,
Olndys, Charlotte C, llelene, Spray
nnd Hawaii f,
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