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' n Wall Cup Play
On the Ileretanla courts eRtorday
iiftcriioon the Wall cup flay ai ton
tlnii"il, ami some extltlnR tennis
plnynd. In the first match Clnrk de
feated Itlcharda tnu sets straight, C-4,
KG The first game was plaed last nation nud to nut wish to be clasBid
Tuesday, but the full match could not us "Australasia."
bo finished then owing to darkness It has ever been so between New
betting In. However, yesterday the Zealand and Australia. There tti not
Australia and N. Z.
Split Over Tennis
Truro Is a nice Utile scrap going- on
between Now Zealand and Australia
with rcTerenre to the Davie Cup. Thu
Muorllnnders have n grouch oil, and
want to bo recognlztd as a separate
reccind set was completed, and a fine
exhibition of tennis resulted.
Itlchards seemed to fall at critical
moments In the long drawn-out set
and, although at times he npicared to
have a cinch on tho match, he would
make an error and Claik would again
tako the lead.
After Clark had beaten Richards he
had to pla Castlo right away. Ho
seomed fagged from the hard work In
his match against Itlchards, and did
not play up to the form previously
shown by him. Castle played a strong
game ami took the two sots right off
the reel, C 3, fi-4.
Captain Low and Noel Deerr then
gae an exhibition of tennis that will
long be remembered by the foitunntc
spectators. Tim first set went to Low
In lather hollow fashion, and Deerr
out )got threo games In It. Low placd
In excellent form and the other man
did not seem able to get oIns prop
erly. The second set was a corker and the
spectators were kept In a rtnto of ex
citement for over nn hour while the
two men fought
much love lost, and when the New
Zealandcrs refused to Join the I'edern
tlon things became worse. Tho little
Islanders Imagine that they can stand
nlouo and some da) they are going to
get an awful fright from somewhere.
Wilding is a New Zealander and ho
and Urookus, reiueseutlng Australasia,
won the Dafls cup In England. Con
sequently the same two men hae had
to detend their title against all com
ers, and until they are defeated there
teems no chance of the tenuis nllianco
between luoriland and Australia being
severed much as the New Kealamlers
would llko It.
Tho men from the land of the Moa
wanted to prevent Wilding from pin)
Ing with Hrookes, thus putting the
ImivIs cup In Jeopardy us fur as "Aus
tralasla" goes. New Zealand, on her
own bottom has no chance of captur
ing the cup, but still wanted to with
draw Wilding from tho competition
I and maybe let the cup be taken to
1 dear old "Hlngland" or the United
i 'the New Zealand uutborllles are io
tUll tn ill till VA lirillllillnil III til 11 lulus.
ho i.tn i ,),.. '- ' i .... . w.v unci-
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in the first set, but Deerr Impioved
conditions of the cup.
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Hard For Races
men won their Berveg regularly and'
flvo all, six nil, seven all, and so on,
right up to eleven all, was called by
tho scorer. Then Low managed to
captuie his opponents scno and won
on 6 of the longest drawn-out matches
ever played In Honolulu, 13-11.
Low and Castle will now meet In
th,q final, and the winner will hac tho
prlvllogo to, challenging Qei the hold
er of tho Wall cup. The challenge
gnnio wilt be'plajed on Saturday af.
A remnrknble coincidence about the
present tournament is that everyman
has been defeated two sets straight;
not one laser has managed to capture
a single set.
Moie than 45.2OO000 tons of pota
toes will bo produced In Germany this
yenr according to Consul Oeneral Rob
ert P. Bklnner, of Hamburg. '
holders, but If the Muorltamleis go on
their own hook it will be a loiu time
tllfthey over lay a linger on the tro
phy again. They lire a good bunch of
footballers sure, but at cricket und ten
nis thpy nro awuj behind, with tho ex
ception of Wilding, who learned most
of his tennis In Kngtand at Cambridge
University. ' " -v , . ki
i , Nrxt Sunday
A case of good beer is a pretty good
thing. to have in the housevduring the
Friends drop in during the evening,
and a glass of beer with some dainty
sandwiches or a Welsh rarebit is a very
important feature of the evening's en
joyment. You can order direct from the
Brewery or from your dealer. If from,
the latter, be sure to specify Primo
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When the Diamond Heads and
Japanese Athletic nines step on to
the diamond at the Athletic Park on
Sundny next, there should be but
few vacant seats In the grandstand
or bleachers. '
' The greatest Intercut Is being
shown In the eerles, nnd ns there
has been so much talk afiout the re
spective strength of the teams It will
be Interesting to see how the Jun
iors stuck up against the Sintors.
It has been arranged Hint u pre
liminary game be played between
two of the minor leagui teums so ns
to fill In the afternoon. The muln
event will stnrt at .1:30 o'clock, nnd
some fine ball should be seen, Tho
J. A. C.b, although not confluciu
that they can get away easily with
their formidable opponents, still
think that they can give, them a good
game of (t, and maybe surprise the
followers 'of the Jewels before the
series Is imu. "" l
A. Q. Marcnlllntt Is. rjianaglng tho
liurlaa nn.l tin la Ilia alnht aMn.. , In
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the right plnce. There are a lot of
matters to be attended to, and quite
t little worry inn accumulate easy
enough before the season is pan.
However, A. Q. M. Is up to' the game
und.wlll no doubt pull through with
the uddltlon of a few gray hairs.
Great Doings at
There will be a good time at tho l'a
lama gymnasium this evening when
thu presentation of tho cups to the
, winners of the IndoorchamplonshlpB
I will bo mndo and the occasion made
I ono of great Joy and fun.
i Tho Juniors, Seniors ami Young
Men's clubs about cleaned up all in
'sight In tho way of Indoor baseball,
nnd the fent Is going 'to ho spoken of
'tonight by all tho membeis of the nt-
There will be all -kinds of Blunts
pulled off and tboTboys should have
the time of their lives. Indoor bnse
ball has caught on wonderfully, and n
fine thing It Is for tho young fellow b
who are able to get In and havo a
good game that keeps them In thu best
I of condition, instead of loafing around
and swapping stories, or doing worto.
Tho Palama gymnasium Is u well
fitted out training quarters, and every
appliance that a mail can possibly need
to get htm Into condition Is to lib selu
, In the building.
' In the itntmo of thinus a weddlnt;
ln't a wedding If It procteds without
Most of the men who will start
In the walking race on Sunday next
are In active tinlnlng, nnd ecry
evening the hcel'iind-toertlsts may
be Been padding their way out to
Ayri-H Is walking In fine shape,
and his method of .getting over the
ground Is much admired by followers
of the game. He regularly gets ocr
the full distance which Is to be
walked on Sunday, and he feels con
fident that he can Improve n lot on
the figures, put up by him last Sun
day. Dick Sullivan, who won the cent
Inst week, Is also In great condition
und he may be relied upon to do Just
its well or n trifle better In the next
Antonc Kaoo, the wonderful old
athlete, will be on deck once more,
nnd as he understands the nrrunge
ments better t.ow, he will Just walk
straight ahead mid will take no no
tire of anybody but the preperl ap
Sam Hop, who goes In for every
kind of sport from boxing to lawn
tennis, Intends starting for sure In
the race, and as he managed to
lover the distance within .the time
limit, he may beat some of the men
who think they can get away easily
with him. Sam took too much wa
ter to drink Inst Sunday and conse
quently was tNl In knots before the
race was half way.
Kcagler' wulked well on Sunday
last and did clean work; ho will do
much better In the next raio and
bhould finish up to the first men. Ah
two automobiles will probably ear
ly the Judges, there will be n keen
i)e kept out for any Infringement ot
the rules, and It will not be like Inst
Sunday, when the Judges would
have to drop right 'behind to look at
the tallenders and leave the leaders
till to themselves for a while.
The main event wilt stnrt at half
past two o'clock, and the veterans
und fut men will be sent off on their
Journey hulf an hour earlier. Tho
baseball runs will be nblo to see the
walking races nnd then tuko a car
down to the Athletic Park and see
the opening gnme between the J. A.
C.c nnd Diamond Heads.
l'ark McKarland Is going to Hil-
rope. He has engaged "Doc" Krone
to manage his tour.
Krone, who has become Intimate
ly acquainted with the leudlng
sporting men of England nnd who Is
regarded highly b Eugene Corrl and
the. sporting writers, Js satisfied thut
he cun bring McFnrlqnd back to this
country after six months ot fighting
with the lightweight championship
of England and over 160,000 In coin.
Krone is a' member of the National
Sporting Club of London, where he
hopes to get MiKailnnd his first bat
In' view of the present condition
the move Ib probably the best Mc
Karland icould make. In fact It is
Just to his liking. Tho lightweight
limit abroad Is 130 pounds, a weight
Just suitable Io McFarland, There
nie no lenlly dangeious men over
there and his style ot fighting Is Just
what the EngliBli funs udmlre. With
Kroncns his manager, nnd his abil- '
ity as n rlngster, McFnrlnnd should .
outdo Tommy Hums, nnd let It be
remembered that Hums. Just carried
ever) thing before him.
Rudy Unholz has picked up over
110,000 In Australia and l'nckcy
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