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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Defeated at Last
Tim 13lh annual Intor-Btate meeting
which dclermlncg tho holders of the
Victorian lawn tennis championship
clilolds, was concluded on November
Z be toro an attendance, that equalled
In numbers tho Davis Cup gathering
last November says an Exchange. The
attraction was tho meeting, (or the
first time slnco 1906. of the two Inter
national champions, Norman Brookes,
nf Victoria, and Anthony Wilding, m
New Zealand, who had both vanquish
ed all their opponents In the qualify
ing rounds of the singles champion
ship ovent without losing a Bet,
History repeated Itself In the con
test that was to settle which of these
two champions was to occupy the high
est pinnacle In Australasian lunula. In
.nil points It was a repetition of the
Campbell, In partnership with Missy P.
A, Stewart, beating A. W. Dunlop and
MIsb L. Oyton In tho final.
Final: A. V. Wilding (N. Z.) beat
N. E. Brookes I Vic), 20, 3-6, C-3, C-3,
Final: N. E. Brookes (Vic.) and A. P.
Wilding (N. Z.) boat II. Wee and A.
Campbell (N. 8. W.). C-2, 6-1, C-4.
Stories and Jukes
Whcnuvcr bnseballers get together,
whether it be magnates, managers or
players, or Just funs, reminiscences
eonio with ovcry trip of the trayboy.
The recent meeting, of tho Pacific
Coast League at tho St. Francis Hotel,
San Francisco was no exception says
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memorable engagement between Nor-1 The name of the old warrior "I'cte"
nan Brookes and Deals Wright, of Lohtuau, the only man who ever gavu
America, In the historic Dnvls Cup Oukland n championship team, canw
match. Tliero wero the same perfect up during one late session, and with
conditions, the same dramatic change It the story' of Pete's only, effort as
in the aspect of the game In the third en umpire. A few years ago the Coast
set, the same gallant recovery froin'taasue suddenly ran short of arbltra-
what looked like a hbpeless position,
and the samo triumph in tho end of
physical endurance and gritty determ
ination. The Game. I
In the first set Brookes opened with
service, and closing In to net on every
tors, l.olinian was Idle and as ho was
In Portland at the time, ho was as
signed by telegraph to do a series
In the first game Pete was umpiring
the bases. Some youngster clouted out
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leturn. captured the set nt C-2, winning thundered down tho first base lino and .
four games In succession after "Two turned full speed' for second, night uf-j
all" had been called. Tho Victorian, ter him went Pete, nlso at full, speed,
also took command In tho fifth game It was evident that tho play was to bu
of thu-sveond set, and two of tho-hest- close and Lohman was equal to the
three out of live "sets" wero entered occasion. "Slide, slide, you lobster.
to his credit. In tho ninth gnmo, In
tho third set. Wilding had tho advan
tage for the first time, of opening with
tho service. Tho turning point of the
you can make it," ho )ellcd In the
runner's ear. Ho slid and mado It.
The next day Pete was behind tho
pitcher und tho old coaching spirit
match came In the fourth game, when came again. "Qlvo him a low one on
Brookes dropped his service, and tho
New Zcalandcr got to 3-1. Tho Vle-
the outside, I think you'll get him on
the next one." "You shouldn't hnvo
torlan mude a great effort to recover lot him have that straight one, I know
lost ground, and won his service in he'd kill It," and such thlngB inur
the eighth game (o "love," hut could mured the umpire to the pitcher,
not savo tho set. Wilding continued
to attack with forceful forehand drives Charley Oruham told one on Or.vlo
In the fourth Bet, nud the shadow of Overall. It was when tho big Cub
Impending defeat was cast when star was with the old Tacoma chum
Urookcs lost the fifth game to "lave,"
on his own service, arid also fulled to
"fifteen" In getilng home'hls American
deliveries. In the ninth game.
plons. Orvle took a couple of girls for
a row on tho bay nt Tncoma one even
ing, got mixed up with some cross
currents and found himself and his
At "two sets all" tho enthusiasm of lady frlendB marooned on an Island In
tho spectators was at fever heat, and tho middle of tho night, with no
every stroke won' by cither player was chance to pull back against tho tide.
Impartially cheered to the echo. The Somo time about daylight overall got
deciding set provided a grim and stub- the company on the mainland, but had
horn combat that was extended to 1G to walk numerous-miles to get home,
games bofore the issue was detcrmln- Ho got to his hotel just in time to get
ed. It was game for game on the ser- Into some fresh clothes and hike to the
vice. Wilding winning both the fifth ball park. It wasn't hU turn to pitch,
and seventh to "love;" till the ninth' but along about the fourth Inning Cap
gamo, when Brookes broke the se- tain a rah am sent the big fellow In to
quence, and led at 5-4. In the tenlli relieve a weakened twlrler. Orvle was
game, Brookes had 30-!ove on his ser- gnme, He didn't mention his all-night
lce, and the match looked "all over trip. Tho affair went fourteen Innings,
bar shouting," hut three brilliant Overall won. ' Ho confessed to Graham
ground strokes by tho New Zealander ufter tho game thut his arm would
put another aspect on this desperato have dropped off If he had pitched an
struggle for supremacy. Wilding got other Inning.
In front for tho first lime In tho set.
at 7-0, und winning Ills opponent's ser- Talking nf "run-ins" various ball
vlco. In tho sixteenth game, had tho players on the Los Angeles team have
"mighty Brookes" beaten ut 9-7. It was had with Captain Frank Dillon, Happy
o most exhausting match, and Brookes Hogan told one of his experiences. It
was much more futlcued under the was In a came ut Los Amrelea. thn
strenuous conditions In the concluding score closo, two men on bases In a Into
stages than Wilding.
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inning two nut and u good batter up.
An nnulysls of the scores shows that With first base open Happy, without
Brookes won 32 nces to 24 In thcflrst consulting Dillon, walked tho batter
bet; 28 to 21 In tho second, while to get Bassoy, tho weakest hitter on
Wilding won 34 to 25 In the third set, tho team. Bassey cleaned up tho bases
31 to 23 In the fourth, and 58 to 49 In
tho fifth; making respective totals of
tho actual strokes won and lost. Wild
ing 171 and Brookes 157. Brookes won
with a long drive.
"You blankcty. blank blank! Who
told you you know anything about
baseball?'' yelled Dillon as he camo
Tho Knmehamehu Cadets are pro-
paring for their five days in camp
at Moauulua. The battalion will
leave the school Monday morning
next ut about 8 o'clock, under arms.
and march out to the grounds. This
will bo their first military camping
made up of nil new material this
season and Capt. John Hal Is hard
at work toachlng the game. , The
teuni has no real couch and bo this
Is hard on the captain and the team.
The new field Is being put in shapo
rapidly. A gang of men are clean
ing up the stumps around. The-field
will contain two busebull diamonds
and a quurtcr-mllo track.
The students of the Kamehamehn
Schools will hold their exercises in
honor of Ilerulce Paunhl Bishop
On tho Monduy following CbrUt-1 ,I0!Cl Sunday afternoon, "(launder'
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IS of his service games und lost 11. running up to tho plute.
Wilding won Id and lost 9.
Get buck vthere where you belong
Tho doubles championship ovent. In 5'0I blcukety blank I" camo hack Hap
which Brookes and Wilding Joined IV. "Why didn't you stop me? You
forces, as was expected, proved a soft saw wlint I was doing!"
tnap for the Davis Cup winners. Their The argument continued date In tho
opponents in tho first round, II. Itice evening.
and A, Campbell, of New South Wales, The noxt day the samo situation, tho
though they made a lino effort to save name inning, tho same number of nuts
and tho samo batter up. Hogan stop.
peil out of his box nnd shouted at Dil
lon: "Hero wo aro again, cap. Now
what do you want mo to do?"
'Play baseball, you bonehead," an-
grades will go Into another live days
camping at Fort Shatter. The Cadets
will compete In target practice on
the target range there. They will
leturn to school Dec. 31th In time
for New Year.
The Knm soccer team will lose
two weeks of boccer practice during
the coming holidays.
at 4 o'clock. The Cadets will turn
out under arms. The baud may bo
the third set, were beaten In three
straight sets. Urookes and Wilding
got out of a "love three'1 difficulty, In
tho third set, by Wilding three "lovo"
games In succession,
Tho ladles singles championship of swered Dillon.
Victoria wus won by Miss I,. Addison.
Miss Oyton, who held the chnmpioii'
Happy walked the batter as on the
day before, and nlso as on -tho day
ship for four years, again fought out before Bassey cleaned tho bags with
tho final honors, hut had ucllftcr tho a sate mi, winning the game,
staying power nor accuracy of tho
winner. New Suuth Wales annexed
one of the mixed doubles champion
blilp shields, tho Sydney player, A.
Dillon didn't say, it word.
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Captain Winters will publish the
orders for camps, sometime the lat
ter part of this week. At present he
Is busy ylth dirfcient Bquuds In gril
le ry rllla practice.
The members of the Kameliamora
rllle club mubt make 70 points out
of n possible 150 In gallery pructlco
before thoy will be allowed to com
pete for tho medal. This contest will
(alio place while the three upper
grades nro at ramp at Kurt Shafter
Dec. SCtli to 31th.
The kuiii soccer team will have
new suits this year, .The teum Is
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W. D. McINTYRE, Manager.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY WORK
Tho annual Alumni luau will ha
given ut the boys' dining hull next
A cross-country rnco will bo hdn'
whllo tho Cadets are In camp. All
of the boys who finished in the In:
Marathon race will he vullowed tn
enter this race. It will be nt lent:
THE AIll.ONAN. tin Amerlcan-IIu I
wallan freighter, now lies nt tho Hall
way wharf awaiting fchlpments ot ;
nr destined for the east coast or the
United States. Tho steumer is to leave
Honolulu on December 21 for Port Al
len mill Ball from there on the '.'(Hi for
Kuanapull. This port will bo left two
days later for Kaliulul and on or about
Decemhor 30 tho Arlziman will sail for
Snllnn Cruz direct. Thu vessel will
tuko out a full cargo of sugar und tun
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