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Athletic Park Games
Next Sunday at the Athletic Tark
(ho usual two 'rimes of ball will bo
ilncd. and there Is no doubt of the
Bite of the crowd that will attend.
Threa ttinusand'anccara to be the.rcB-
tilar number ot fans for an afternoon's
fport at the park. . .
Tho first' namo will bp between the
J. A. C a and Marine",' and tho second
ono wlll.be a fine struggle between the
C. A. C.s and the Kallhls. These two
games Bhotlld provide a rattling good
afternoon's sport, and there Is no.nnn a real goon, game snouia eveniu-
thanci. of Dlcklhg a winner before tho i
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Tho four j
nino inniiiRs mu im;n.
toams have a way ot betting each oth
er, nnd then winning from each other
that simply defies a man to predict
who will win. w
Tho first series promlncs a very close
finish, and It la hard to select a likely
winner. The Marines, who .were
thought at tho start of the season to
have a mortgage .on the competition,
are away bohlnd tho rest ot the teams.
The Kallhls arc In tho lead so far
In the competition, and the C, A. C.s
nro running a close second, with the
J. A. C.s In third. position. The Kall
hls nnd Marines played one draw which
must be played off later on when the
present series Is pan.
'A good brand of ball has, so far
been put up at trie Park, and from
present Indications It seems as If the
concluding pari of the sorles will be
just ns exciting as 'tho start was.
For the second scries of tho Oaliu
Lewie there mnybe Are teams play
Int. hh llw Artillery boys are" keen
Moiit celling Itnq the game, and nre
trjlng to arrange matters now. It Is
o be hoped that the boys who man
tho Rims, do Join In, as that would In
crease the Interest already taken In
tho play,. ,,,
Although nineteen Inning Karnes can
not bo seen every day at the Park, the
matches are always close enough for
anything, and the fans surely get their
money's worth every Sunday.
At Aala Park on Sunday the Rlv
erslde League will bring 'their first
series to a close, and. as the Aalat
are a long way In the lead, It looks
as If they will be returned the. win
nera tor sure. Of course,; should the
Patamas defeat them on- .Sunday
there would be a chance for the
Kort Shatters, who' are runnlng'sec-
ond In the competition.
Hut, barring accidents, the Pa
lamas have little hope of putting It
oyer tho Aalas, and they (seem cer
tain of coming out ahead In the
present series. In the neit series
there may be, a different story to tell,
as the new Chinese Athletic Associa
tion will be on deck, and they should
put up a brand of ball that will
keep the other teams "guessing,
The two games for Sunday will be
Aala A. C. vs. Palamas, andKewaloa
vs. Kort Shatters, These two games
will probably, draw as big crowds as
ever have attended games at the
popular park, and the second match
should be a hummer from the rst
ball pitched to the finish, ,
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On Tennis Courts
Kntrles are being received for the
annual championship tennis tourna
ment, and, so far, most ot the best
players In tho Territory have put
down their names for the various
The entry book ts to be found at
E. O. Hall ft Sops, and It will be kept
open until August 24,
The committee In charge ot the
tournament la,aa follows: 'A. C.
Wall, V. K. 8teere, J. T. Waterfvmse,
E. S, Gee and R. D. Booth., C, O.
liockus will not.be able to take an
active part in the coming tourna
ment, as ho la leaving for the coast
on the Manchuria
V. L. Warren Is also leaving Ha
waii for an indefinite' stay on the
mainland, and his expert tennis play
will be much missed by the local
Tho championship events will be
gin on Wednesday, August 25, and
some flno play' should be seen In
both the slnglo 'and double matches.
There Is talk of tho Becond team of
tho Oahu polo club tackling tho Fifth
Canlry. Tho first four of the Hono
lulu club Is too strong for the Cavalry
but a match between tho other lot
should be a good ono. .
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
1909. - I I ,7 jftW
Double Header At
Tomorrow .it the League (grounds
there will be a doubleheader, when
the Kamehamehas will, meet the St.
Louis,' and the Puriahous wilt have
nnother'go at the Diamond Heads.
. Both games should be good ones,
and, ns there Is no counter attrac
tion, a big crowd o fans will doubt
less attend to root for their respec
tive teams. r
The Punahous art .much stronger
than when they last met the Jewels,
ate. It will be remembered that,
when the nines met before, the Dia
mond Heads whitewashed the other
crowd, but tomorrow the chances
are that the tables will be turned.
It would be n good thing If that
came to pass, ns the Impression
seems to- be that the Jewels are too
strong for the rest of the teams.
However, when the Puriahous are
seen at work tomorrow ,that Idea
may bo changed a lot, and the ser
ies made to look a lot more open.
There I good enough material In all
the teams to provide excellent ball,
nnd there Is no doubt that the spec
tators wilt be treated to some stir
The first game will be that be
tween the Puns and Jewels, and It
will start at 1:30 oclock. The
doubleheader Idea Is a good one, as
people do not caro to hang around
till 3:30 waiting for a game; to
morrow they will be able to have
lunch and go strnlght out to the
crounds and enjoy an exhibition ot
The Hawallnn band will be In at
tendance and the music will be
much appreciated by the crowd; It
llrehs things up a lot to bear Cap
tain Petger's well-trained perform
ers playing some of the latest airs.
Ladles will be admitted free to the
grounds tomorrow, and, no doubt, a
large number of the fait sex ;,wlll
avail themselves of the opportunity
to visit the ball grounds In i com
pany with theirbrothers, husbands
or sweethearts.' It was very thought
ful of the .big league neonle to eon'
eclve such, an '.Idea, -and jt.lsjo'b
nopea inni me.puDjic will attend in
thousands, so as ,to show their ap
preclatlon of (ha arrangement.,
a' a a '
California .Wins ' t
In the finals of the preliminary
national tennis doubles en August
C, at the Onwentsla CoUritry Iciub,
Maurice McLoughlln. and , ,0'eorge
Janes, champions of thi) Pacific
Coast, won an easy victory! ovr
Wylle C Grant and Theodore Rooe
velt fell, title-holders ot the'Boulri.
The score was 6-7. (-2. 6-3 tUtt -3
The victory entitles McLoughlln
and Janes to compete against II. it
Hacket and V. J. Alexander, nation
al title holders, for the champion
ship ot America, the match to be
pla)ed August 17th at Newport
The coast champions fairly played
Pell and drant oft thelr'feet with
the exception ot the first' set. when
the young Callfornlans seemed, un
able to get Into action. ' '"
The work of McLoughlln'1 aand
Janes waa a revelation In regard to
speed, their returns going back; over
the .net though the ball bad, been
shot from a cannon.
The service ot the players also
was brilliant, especially that of Mc
Loughlln. Qrant appeared to be the
weaker member of bis team, and the
Callfornlans took advantage of this
and kept him busy most of the time
In the second set McLoughlln
and Janes Bet a terrific pacer and
won, to 2. t
The third set was a love game
affair, four of the nine game's re
sulting In blanks for either one of
the contending teams,
In the final part ot this set the
Southerners weakened and allowed
McLoughlln and Janes to. take It,
6-3, The fourth set was even easier
than tho two previous tor tho, Call
fornlans, although the score was 6-3
McLoughlln and Janes won the first
four games, Grant and Pell then an
nexed two straight, and the games
then alternated until the final one
the ninth which McLoughlln won
In whirlwind fashion on his service
by making It a love game
a a a
On Friday, August 27, the Myrtlo
Boat Club will glvo a dance at the
club bouiio, and, aa usual, all tho
youth nnd beauty of the city will bo
euro to bo present. Tho Myrtles know
how to run an affair llko that and
their dances and concerto are always
tne best ever,
Formerly cutter tor H. P. Roth. Is'
now in charge of L 1. KERR A
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Considerable Interest wns aroused
In local sporting circles during tho
past week by the announcement
that the famous Australian Inter
national' cricket team, now touring
Great Britain, will visit the United
States and play a series of games In
the various Kastcrn cities nnd In
" Word to this offect wns received
In New York by President James I'. '
Sullivan of tho Amateur Athletic
Union. The message stated that
games "bad been already scheduled
In Winnipeg, and San Francisco nnd
other cltlet on the way West.
Frank Lavcr, who manages the
Australian team, Is well known to
the American sporting public. In
189fi Laver visited this country
with a team ot Australian baseball
players. In those da)s baseball was
not very strong In the Antipodes,
but since then, due to the splendid
work of Frank Ltvcr, baseball has
made wonderful progress and Is
now played by almost every cricket
er during the winter months In Aus
tralia. Lavcr Is himself no mean
pitcher, and with him In the Aual
trallaji team nre some of the best
ball players Austrnlla hns produced.
Victor Krumper, the greatest
batsman In the cricket world, has
made a reputation as a mighty slug
ger tln baseball circles. M. A. Noble,
who captains the Australians, Is re
cognised as a king among skippers,
and he, too, has made a nnme on tho
diamond. Of the others, V. Hans
ford, P. A. McAllister, W. Hopkins,
W, Bardslcy, N. W. Armstrong nnd
C. G. Carartney are nil baseball
players. The Australians arc tour
ing the world, playing the game of
cricket and hnve met with wonder
ful success In Knglaml. Besides
winning many minor games they
have twice defeated All-Kngland,
once In- tho proxenco of 40,000 peo
It la expected that the Austrnll
lans will be In San Francisco about
Portola time, and great efforts nro
being mndo to Induce the Austra
lians to play a Ji.ill game In addition
to' their cricket fixture. An Inter
national game between tho Austra
lian and a local ball team would be
a great atractlon during Portola
week and should attract a large
crowd ot tans.
Frank Laver on reaching the city
will be consulted by basoball mag
nates concerning the proposition ot
sending a .team from thla country
to Australia next year.
Labor Day Cruise
Will BTo Lanai
Al a meeting of the yacht commit
tee which was held last night, It was
decided that tho Labor Da cruise
should be to Lanal Instead of Moloknl.
The Hawaii will leave at 6 or 7 o'clock
cnKtlday evening, September 3, and
the rest' of tho yachts will Icato nny
time they think fit.
The renilt-x-jous will bo at a Bandy
little .co e on tho Ice Bide or Lanal
where IKfe-la wonderful fishing nnd
on Ideal stmt for swimming. Com
inodoro Wilder wishes It to bo under-
rtood'thHr tho Hawaii Is by no means
given over to the youngsters, and that
the members, of course, hate flrBt
right to a place for tho crulsei
Still, If the members do'not fill tho
Hawaii, tho boys will be taken Wong
for sure. Commodore WlldoA 're
marked yesterday that It would be'wcll
to state that, up to a given tlmo, appll
cations from members would bo' re
ceived, and after that all tbo Juniors
should be considered.
The Labor Day crulso should be
most pleasant and as the Lanal ren
dezvous Is said to bo a beautiful ono
everyone should enjoy themselves to
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Saturday, August 21,1909
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Suuday, August 22
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C. A. C. vs. K. A. C.
Reserved Scats 15c nnd 25c
Seats on sale nt Wall. Nichols Co..
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No Advance in Price of Admission.
Chance of procram three times a
week Monday, Wednesday nnd Fri
Sibyl Campbell Reid
Seats 10c and 15o
Open Air Theater
Fort Street Below Beretania.'
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
Admission 10 and 19 cents
Children 5 cents
A Great Show for the
Moving Pictures ,
Two Hours Solid Jf
Change of bill every Monday and'Y
General Admission 10 cents? ,"
Reserved Orchestra Chairs
i 15 and 23 centsi.
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