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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H., MONDAY, OCT. 18,. 1909.
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THERE are very few farmers, nurserymen,
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Oretn. S-W. Peril Creea eonulnt $ of
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BY 7. L. STEVENSON.
LOCAL TENNIS MEN
SHOW GOOD IXJM
Long and MchouRhlln, tlio tennis they come r m rlgUl 'from the
pnlr who nre traveling to 8ydney, N. start." , (
, , . ., , .. .. ,,. n.u ' The visitors hail a good time,
8. Wale,, to there play for the Davis con(lcrng ,lhe sho;t ajr of the
cup. will have to Improvo 100 per Aorangl, and after 'the' match were
cent on the form they'showed on entertained at the University Club,
tho Ilcrctanla courts on Saturday, It t 8 8 j
they are to have any chance of win Qqq4 Golf At '""
nlng the world's championship. UU.Ht ,'
It Is granted that the Americana MoaiialUa Links
hnd Just stepped off the Aorangl and , ( :
had not got their shore legs. ,i At Moanaloa on Sunday the four-
They, of courso ,dld not play up l, founomo toiirnanirnt ,pf the Ho
. .... .u . ... ..I.II, noliilii Oolf Club was played, nnd rc
to tho form they must have cxhlb- gu(p1 n nn fof u mm(
Itcd on the mainland, for the tennis A i:wart( wno ,lcfoatcd U. A. Jordan
pcoplo on tho coast know exactly and D. W. Anderson In the finals by
what sort of players they have In tw "P "" ne to play.
.u .. i. ..i I There were quite 'a number of golf-
the Antipodes. Icrg on
Hut, nevertheless, neither man we(llher WM !(ea, fo lho gamo Mo.
showed strokes which would entitle analun Is looking at its. best now ami
them to consideration as top-notch- the greens ore all la oxccllcnt coudl
No matter how much a man may 1 The official results wero as follows:
be out of form, at times he showi ' first Hound-J. JJvans and C.
glimpses of what he really was at Weight, (8), bat Captain Campbell
some time In the past. and J. Cullenrtwo up and ono to play:
The challengers for the cham
pionship are not In the Wright-
Alexander-Lanard class at present.
In thrco or four year time Long and,
McLouithlln are pretty sure cf de-
vcloping Into champions, tor now,
joung and Inexperienced as they aro,
they have reached a fairly high place
In American tennis.
In their match against our local
ittn f tin ma In In till iilnvora tntlrla i tl
.1,1. ,i.tnu.. i i.mv. ,m,.n,i
and air strokes.
And ... far as double faults
went, It was a miserable exhibition
Time after time Long failed on both
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ova f bai niiu iiiuoti Miiuugu bvi sua
his second just as fast as his first.
The other man was good on the
service most of the time, and, also
did some flno volleying.- I
Gee and Koth did wall In running
? ..'f J0r.' Cl?" nd' U?0U"h
.the third set was no criterion as to
tho coast 'pair's ability, owing to
their holding back a little, our men
Bemg ve games 10 ineir op
ponents' seven In the first set, did
I ti la , nrkinn 1 asfav 4ftA rltal ata tjeipti
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any really exciting ralljs. j
The third set, which went to the
local players, 10-8, was good up to
the five-all mark. After that the ,
coast men did not exert themselves
very much, and double faults wcro I
in evidence at critical moments. '
Iloth, once he warmed up. played
the gamo of tho day. Ills volleying seciina game w... ue piaycu next Hun
was good and his side line shots lm- day. If tho Kiwalovwln again they
mensc. will be (ho champions' of the Boason
Cce played well as usual, nnd was of 1909,
nnrtlculnrlv irnnil In hlu anrvlrn. ! A fair nixed crowd of fans attended
Ills first scoro-was always good, and
ho backed Koth up well.
Tdklng It all around, tho fact was
proved that. accorJIna to mainland I
standards, the came la well un In
these Islands. Our men, It they had
tho opirortunlty of playing against
coasi men more trejuentiy, would " "-"-
soon blossom out as players of the Aalas: Harris, .b.j Desha, 3b.;
beat class. Henry Chllllngworth, as.; Iloopll, rf.;
Oue peculiar thing was noticed in Mos0B' ' Klml' lb ob' Chilling
tho mainland men's play. When orth. "' Honry Walker., cf.; Mill
one of tho couple was serving from, ' p" ' , , ,
Bay, tho left hand courtrhls partner L , A A' . . . ,
would nlw,,ys rdmaln In that court. iRun L J ?. . 1
nf lhm w. .,.r.. . ..... ......
hand sldo. J
This practice of having both play-
era on. the same side of the center i
line certainly gives them an advan
tage In stopping sharp cross-court
shutB, but will bo, received with won
der In Australia, "
In the writer's opinion there are
nt least half a dosen pairs In the
land of tho knngaroo who are caps
bio of defeating Long and McLough
lln. The games down under will all bo
S'n7 I?" !K" "" V"d..tb.'t. T"i I
rh1in7.. " ' In tho first half the Town team forced
cnaiengers. . , tho School right back 'to their own
rvn . h .?. 8atu,rra,.Ten.t iB.W.. and wero only stopped from
9Z ,Vi t0tt,' 7'Bl ?"4, 8-X.?i 'scoring by a long punt by Henry Chll
21 games to 19, and our players did iI1BWOrth . -' .',
remarkably we... . ""T gaine started at 1 Woek and
There was a big crowd present. Denny Clark acted as referco. Sor-
and the ground was lined with auto-lKoan, Corev. umolre: iobiiny aUrcal-
moblles. As soon as the visitors
wore prevailed upon to play, the
word was passed around, nnd every I
body who could turned out to see
the champions at work.
Tho coast men. when seen In their
urebb.ng room alter the match,
seomea surprised at the class of ten-
ills our local men had put up. "IWth
Is very good on his air strokes," re-
ni.rnei ici.ougniln, "Yes." added
Long, "iloth tlee and Uoth played
woll, I was nstonUhed at the way
Ifci Xii..viSiii:.liL w lint- ''ti..
Aiibtln White and W. Cj Wilder (5)
beat A. K. Jordan and C. Carter (8)
one up. The following wero byes: J,
O. Kothwcll and M.NnobInm, 10; H,
'A - wlllor n," A- Kwf- " W, Simp-
h .. J ! I&ll- B. . . '
ton and Captain Kails,. 8; It. A. Jordan
and D. W. Anderson. Ci K. Klcbaliu
an1 w- a: 8i n White 'and tt.
tiiuuiu, u, -'
In the second round;-White and
Wilder beat Bvans and Weight, two
"P! Wilder and, Ewsrt beat Rothwel
a"d M"-.. Oirea .up and two to
"': Jordan and Anderson bea Simp-
sua aim ruiia, iiiret) up auu iw w
play; Klcbahri and Woon beat Whlto
and Munro, thrco and one.
In the semifinals, II. A. 'Wilder and
Ewart beat White and.W. C. Wilder,
attin sin In tUfalifn tin. fnrilaM isnrl
AmJcnion A Klebahn and Woon,
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Jcrtitf ,rfd Ande'bon. two
up and ono to play.r r.
ft M ttr
JvCWaUOS DciMt '
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Aalas By 5 to
Aala Park yesterday the Kewalos
defeated tho Aalos by a scoro of.G to
1. Tho Aulas wcro 'the champions of
tho first Klversldo series, and the Ko-
walos had captured the honors In tho
i.econd series. '
The best two out of three games
nnvo to bo won U decide tho cham
plonship of tho whole season, and the
lh name, and the pl'ay,vfiFroltaa, who
pucned lor tne winners, was much ap-
plauded. The ace-re was as follows:
Kowalo's lineup: Geo. Medelros,
cf.; M. It. Kroltus, p.). Plsda, 2b.; M
do Ponlc ! A'- 8ou,a. 3b-S v- Joseph,
lb- Ornellas, rf.I.MIko, KrelUs, If.;
RUIlS 0 1000400 0 6
It It It
Hi all SrVlVtl Anfli
Town Team Tic
Out at tho League' grounds on Sat
urday afternoon a fow hundred iwople
"1 'hf, '"'LL TT
team play their football match. The
gamo was very ven right through,
and neither side' could manage to
scoro. Tho ball 'was only once dang
erously near either of tho goal linos
that Is when not-knlcked over the line.
no was nead unolman andMcCorrlt-
ton an(, Dxon assistants. ,
Tho mrh Rchonl klftvi nit anri
chortly afterwards Dave Sherwood
wns downed on the twentyard Uno.
shortly afterwords th'e"scbool was set
back fifteen yards -for atfmnble,
Then Achleu made a right-end run,
and got up fifteen" yards but was
downed on the twentyyaifd Jlne. Bey-
oral attempts were made to. drop-kick
coal, but although Home of'thb shots
weie close, thero was no scoring dono,
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In tho second half Plunked went
for Clark, and Dwlghl for Campbell;'
Henry Chllllngworth' was hurt and
Itosa took his place.
'Just before Chllllngworth was In
jured ho sent a beauty to Sing I loon,
who got away quickly nnd after dodg
ing four men, wan only downed by
Sumner when he looked like a certain
scorer. ' i
, Tho game ended shortly afterwards,
and neither side had scored; the pay
was Interesting and tho men showed
that they are Retting Into form. It Is
to be hoped that more' people attend
the games In tho future as footbal Is
a fine gamo and a olean one at that.
There was a marked falling off In
the attendance at the Athletic Park
yesterday, and 'the bleachers were
minus the usual crowd.
The first game was between the
Kallhls and the J. A. C.s. and the
former team, being short a man,
brought Tom Collins of Kwn Into the
The joung Australian was given a
great reception, and his debut Into
the American game was very much
The Kalhis got tho whitewash ap
plied In great chunks, and they had
not a look In with the "Japanese"
The J. A. C.s made one In their
first, and followed It up with three
In the second, two In the third and
one In the fourth.
The game was an Interesting one,
and was too one-sided to make peo
ple root much.
The second game was played by
the Marines nnd the C A. C.s, and
the half-wets started doing things In
the first by scoring one run.
Then In the second the C. A. C.
airship took flight and no less than
three runt were notched up by the
Marines They then led by 4 to 0.
and 'going on In a 'scoring humor
made one more In the 'third.
'Five to nil whs, the score at tho
end of the third spasin, and things
looked blue for the Chinese.
In the' third Olbson hit a peach of
a three bagger and scored Davis, who
came home from aeeond, Then In,
the fnufth nMthat alAa'arnrjtrl hut In'
the fifth both made one run, .
The sixth was marked by two runs
to the Marines, and In the eighth
they piled up no less than four,
whilst the C. A. C.s made (wo In the
last Inning, 'The final result was
Marines' 12, C, A. CI 3.
The class of. ball was exciting, and
the spectators wers(kcpt In ,a state
of enthusiasm' 'alI)iA:uiaj,Tne
Standing of the teams in the second
series Is a follows: , ,j
J. A. C. .... ...'.. i....'.... J.000
Kallhls . . '. I .SY. ...... ., .BOO
Marlnea, ,.,.....' .600
C. A. C. , 000
' The scores of both games' were as
follows: ' '
1 2 3 i 5 6 7 8 9
Run 00000000 00
Uase hits ;.l 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 14
J. A. q.
1 2 3 4 6 ( 7 8 9
Runs 1 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 7
Base bits, ..1 2,S lyJ 0 1 0 8
Two-base hits, Rose, BrJto, Young;
sacrifice hits, Ross 2, Akana, Shep
ard; left on bases, J. A. C. 4. Kalihl
G; first base on errors, J, A. C. 6;
double plays, Akana to Franco to
Dreler, Kllier to McCall; hit by
pitcher, Moses; struck out, by Flores
9, Bhepard 1, Kealoha 6; bases on
'called balls, off Flores 2; wild-pitch,
Shepard; passed ball, Moses; Innings
pitched, by Shepard , Kealoha 2;
charge defeat to Bhfpart. Umpire,
McHerirr. ' Scorer, N. Jackson.
Time, l:ic. '
C. A. 0.
1234 '6 6789
Run .0 "0 0 0' 10 0 0 23
JJasc hits ..t 0012120 2 9
U. 8. M. C.
Runs 1310 12 0 4 12
Uaso hits ..2 1210105 12
Threo base hit, Gibson; two base
hits, Hays, Gibson, Thompson; secrl
flee hits, Hlnes, Apau 2;. left on bas
es, Marines 8, C. A. C. 8; first base
on errors, Marines 4; C. A. C. 2; hit
by pitcher! Coll; struck out, by Hlnes
a, Apau a, Asam 4; hues on called
balls, oft Hlnes 3,, off Apau 6; wild
pitches. Hlnes i, Apau 2, Asam Is'
passed balls, Williams 6; Che Dul 3;
balk, Hlnes; Innings' pitched, by
Apau 6 1-3, Asam 2 2-3. Umpire,
Mcltenry. scorer, N. Jackson. Time,
1:48. Attendance, 1,122,
It It M
. mpM newt
Dick Cullon and Charllo Rellly have
been matched to box; a fifteen round
go on October 30,
The Iroquois baseball team beat
me uommanencs on Saturday by a
score of' 16 to'15. Tho game was ro
msrkablo for the number of runs
scored and every 'morabor of tho two
nines romped at some time or other.
Tho result of the Johnson-Kctchel
fight not surprise many people, and
tho only thing to wonder at was tho
fact that Stanley' stayed as long as
twelve roundswith the negro prob-
alllv It Wilt (In llllfll,annA an.. Ik.
champion could havo won earlier If lie
uau wished to do so.
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