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There was some remarkable ten'
nls played ,it the llerctnnla courts
yesterday afternoon, when the first
round of the singles was disposed of.
The style of tennis put up by the
two Callfortilan cracks was first
class, nnd It' Was seen that Long and
McLoughlln have Improved a lot on
the kind of' tennis they played when
In Honolulu last.
The ball opened yesterday wheli
Long met Low, and on the other
court McLoughlln played Castle.
Captuln Low, did line work against
Hit) expert, and liy taking three
games In the llrst set and four In 1
the second, (he Justified the conti-
donee of those who considered that
he would myke the Callfornlan piny
real tennis, (h win.
IajvI took h llrst game, and then
U)ng pulled himself together and,
playing- In silendld form, took four
gnmes In su cession. With the score
4-1 In favor ot Long, the set looked
about over, but Low took a pull and.
making soin. fine shots, annexed mi
ether gnnfej Ixing took the next
game, and J lien Low captured oue
more. "S-3, Long wins,'' was call
ed and' then the Callfornlan put on
all steam and took the ninth gnmo
and with It the set, 6-3.
The ijeeond set was even closer, as
Low again took the first game, nnu
hen Long captured three straight.
Ixiw, however, was not to be de
nied, nnd h went after the crack's
tea ji In grind fashion. He got a
game on Long and then the latter
forged ahead 'once more. Low then
cupped all Ills good work by tak
ing two games straight and making
the score four all.
The spectators began to sit uu and
take notice then, und It looked as
If a vantage set might be In' store.
However, Long, started out In bril
liant fashlqn nnd, making some love-
lystrol(CB, tlv'k the next two games
ana. with them the net, 6-4.
Castle did not do as well against
McLoughlln as LofV did In his match
with I-onK. The 'varsity player was
rather outclassed, and the Callfor
nlan took the first set easily to two
games. The Davis Cup man was in
good form, and some of his recover
ies were a treat to watch; he Is par
ticularly deadly- with his smashes,
und he gets to the net In very qnlck
The Fecoml set between Castlo and
Mclaughlin was more exciting,- al
though the score looks one-sided. The
Cullfornlau won the set to two
games, but the si.oro on paper does
not give any Idea of the way the
set was fought out. Castle pulled
himself together In great style and
fought out eucli point In determined
fushlon. He took the second game
without allowing McLoughlln to
score n point. A love game against
a man like Long Is something to ut
proud of, and Castle deserved the
ovation that greeted his effort.
After the singles were finished for
the day, an exhibition match was
played between Geo and Iloth, rep
resenting lluwajl, and Long and Mc
Loughlln. The first set was. an easy
win for the Callfornlans, who only
allowed their opponents to get one
gnme. The Davis Cup men played
In great form, although they were
more or less tired after' their exer
tions In the singles. Uee and Iloth
did not seem to bo able to get go
ing properly, and made many mis
takes. The second set was a complete re
versal, as the local men, warming
up to their work, went ahead In
great style, and although the main
land players took three games
straight at one stage of the set,
every game weut to douce and van
tage several times.
When the score was three nil, the
crowd woke up to the fact that real
tip-top tennis was being played, and
the applause came good and hard.
Four all saw the crowd worked up
to a state of excitement, and every
good stroke was applauded.
The ninth game went to the, local
men, who only allowed their oppo
nents to get thirty. With the score
C-4 i In favor of the home 'team,
things looked good to the Honolulu
people, and when the locals captured
the next game and with It 'the set,
f.verybody was delighted. To beat
the Davis Cup men 6-4 Is a feather
In the hats of our tennis men, and
should they repeat the performance
tomorrow at (lie Country Club, there
will 1)4 great Joy In local tennis
The third set of the match was
not played, and ut present honors
dru easy, with each pair credited
with a set.
The Cullforiilans pluyed lino ten
uis In the llrst set agulust the In-
calx, mid their team 'work 'was u
Jrtfat t,i wati'h. i-illoth tlie''ml'U'i
tita 1 2 A if' ' ' ", i
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txperts at anticipating where the
ball Is going to be sent, nnd neither
man at any time did any poaching
on his partner's reserves.
This afternoon, on the Ueretnnla
courts, dec and Long will meet In
the singles, nnd the winner will play
McLoughlln In the final. Then the
doubles will be started, and they
promise to be as good as any ever
Tomorrow, at the Country Club,
the much-talked-of match 'between
(lee-Koth nnd Ixng-Melx)uglilln will
be played, and .It Is safo to say that
a huge crowd of tennis enthusiasts
will attend the match.
Notes And News
The Outrigger Club will begin
work next week on Its new big bath
house, and tho work will be rushed
to completion. s
Several Informal meetings were
held on the grounds yesterday nft
ernoon and today. Officers and
members of the club discussed plais
lor the coming Clark cruise regattas,
and It was decided to limit the
events to five, making the surfboard
Ing and surfboatlng the big events
for which the cups will be given.
There will be probably one six-
paddle race, a salllng-canoe race, and
H four-puddle race.
The native crews of Kallhl will
be Invited to. nartlcliiate. nnil the
grass houses placed at their disposal
snu plenty of pol provided. The
Clark cruisers will be treated to real
Hawaiian sports' and real Inhabited
'Captuln Kenneth llrown Is engln-
pcrlng n social chowder for club
members only, to be held In the la
goon lannl next Saturdny. Tho tick
its are to be placed at 2G conts each,
end It Is hoped that all the members
of the club will be present to be
come bettor acquainted and discuss
among' themselves and, suggest plans
tor ine improvement, ,ftf Jlmclph.
The annual election Is soon due.
hnd It Is hoped that a club spirit
will be aroused that will result In
the placing In office of a lively, hust
ling board of directors..
With ;the construction of the new
bathhouse, an energetic collector
will be appointed to go arqund with
the 1910 cards of membership In the
It Is Intended to have the ladles
take a larger part In the club work.
The members nre wuklng up to the
met Hint the auxiliary Is the best
part of the club.
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Tomorrow, at the Moanalua golf
links, the Honolulu dolf Club' will
hold a stroke competition, and a
start will be made at 10:30 o'clock.
The annual championship, which
was to have been played off on De
cember S, wns postponed on account
of bad weather, and It will be" play
The match Is 18 holes, and the
best scratch score will take: the
championship of the club for 1909.
A beautiful cup will be donated to
the winner, nnd there are also prises
tor the best handicap score, und a
next-best handicap score.
The links aj Moanulua are In ex
cellent shape, und a 'lot of work has
,been put in on the grounds. The
recent ruins have freshened up
everything, and Mr. Damon's beauti
ful domain is' looking Its best now.
Every Sunday a number of golfers
Co out to Moaualua, and a most en
joyable time Is ulways had at the
links. fine program of competi
tions Is being drawn up by the Ho
nolulu dolf Club, and during the
present yeai there will be many
pleasant Sundays spent down at Mo
Twp Soccer Games
This afternoon at, ; (lie, league
grounds the soccer liien -Will hitch
up In two good gumes .that should
attract a big crowd of spectators.
The situation na regards the cham
pionship of the soccer league Is very
Interesting at present, und the Mat
les and Punahous are tied for llrst
When the Iron Works nnd Puns
Ycc Chan & Co.,
CorrXifie and Bethel Sts.
meet this afternoon, there Is golim;
to be u fine exhibition of football.
mid It Ik hard lo say which team I
will win, us the Iron Works boys)
have Improved a lot lately, and tho '
Puns will have to play up td their
best form In order to win.
The second game will be between
the High School and Maltes, nnd It,
too, would appear' to promise, welt.
The Mnllcs are said to be In lust ns
good form' ns ever, and If that Is
the case, the School will be going
up against a tough proposition.
The first game will sturt at two
o'clock, and the second at 3:1'., and
by the tatter hour a big crowd
thould be located nlong the side-,
Harvard and Cornell . have ar
ranged a long schedule of games for
their baseball teams. The Crimson
schedule calls for twenty-two guini's,
one less than last year, while the
lthacaiis have a twenty-one-gamo
schedule. Practically all of the big
colleges have places on the schedules
of both Harvard and Cornell.
While. Cornell will open the sea-
ton on April 9 with a game with
Ilucknell, the Crimson balt-tossers
will Jiave their first game on April
20, on their Southern trip. Har
vard will play the Initial game with
the University of Virginia, at Char
lottesville. Two games are sched
uled with the Southerners. George
town will bo played at Washington
on April 23.
Harvard's first home game will bo
with Williams on April 28. Two
games are scheduled with Holy Cross,
Yale and Princeton. The first game
with the Tigers will be on May 14,
at Princeton, and the second on May
21, at Cambridge.. In case of a tie,
In the two games, the deciding game
wl be played In New York on May
2R. Tho first game with Yale will
be on June 21, and the second the
week following. Harvard will jour
ney to New Haven for the first
game, while the bulldog will Invade
Cambridge for the second. In ense
of, n tie, the deciding game will be
played In New York or Boston' on
Cornell will tackle a now proposi
tion In ,Holy Cross this year. The
game Is scheduled for April 19. Dart
mouth, ton, Is on the Cornell sched
ule for two games this year, for the
first time In n number of years.
Two games will be pluyed Willi Wll
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uiso on me lorneii scneuuie ior iwu
games, and the Ithacans will plnv
Michigan, Harvard, Yale and Pcnn
The Harvard schedule:
April 20-21, University of Vir
ginia at Charlottesville; .April 23,
Oeorgetowu ut Washington; April
28. Williams at Cambrldne: Anrll
30, Tufts at Cambridge; May 3, Holy
Cross ut Cambridge; May 4, Univer
sity of Virginia at Cambridge; May
7, Holy Cross at Worcester; May 11,
Amherst ut Cambridge; May 14,
Princeton at Princeton; May 18,
Hates at Cambridge; May 21, Prince
ton ut Cambridge; May 2fi, Prince
ton nt New York (play-off In case ot
tie); May 28, Urown at Providence;
Muy 30, Andover at Andover; June
Hxeter at Cambridge; June 4, Cor
nell at Cambridge; June 8, Dart
mouth nt Cambridge; June 17,
llrown at Cambridge; June 21, Yale
at New Haven; June 23, Yale nt
Cambridge; June 28, Ynlc at ltoston
or New York (play-off In case of
The Cornell schedule:
April 9, Ilucknell nt Ithaca; April
13, Niagara at Ithaca; April 16, Ver
mont at Ithaca April 19, Holy Cross
at Worcester; April 23, Columbia at
ltbaca; April 28, Penn State at Ith
aca; April 30, Amherst at Ithaca;
May 4, Williams at Ithaca; May 7,
Dartmouth at Ithaca; May 12. Dart
mouth at Hanover; May 13, Amherst
ut Amherst; May 14, Williams at
Wllllamstown; May 19, Oberlln at
Ithaca; May 21, Pennsylvania at
Philadelphia; May 26, Wesleyan at
Ithaca; May 28, Michigan at Ithaca;
May 30, Pennsylvania at Ithaca;
June 4, Harvard at Cambridge; June
15, Pennsylvania- nt Philadelphia;
June 18, Yale ut New Haven; June
21, Alumnla ut Ithaca.
WHEN ASKED FOB A HATCH.
Ask me no more: though lightnings
tiro the pine,
Though flame from heaven may
sear tho prairies wide,
My prayer Ignites no spark nor
No lire from heaven Illumes this pipe
Ask 'me no mote.
Ask me no more; my match'bnx Is a
Hut If thy soul for sacrifice Is
Heap coals of flru on -not my
head my pipe!
So thy revengd may smoke and bo
Ask me no more.
Too late I saw my virgin vesta die:
And no Prometheus comes, divine
With fire from heaven to light
No Lucifer fulls naming from the
Ask mo no more.
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Local and Coast ..-
Three Kissel Kurs arrived on tho
Alameda Tor the Ahsocla'ted (Inrage:
two of them hnvc been sold to ar
rive nnd the? will bo delivered at.
once. The t hive cars n're CO li, p.
and' urn fine specimens of nutpmo-
Mr. Odell 'of the guriiRe has been
away on Hawaii with the Hudson
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i ..ullil lia i.ii.ln nt .sii.ii.l.a.l llin
. iii.iiilillnntii ,, (iio
lltg Island with
the work he did with h' little ma
chine. . ricvofitl'ljudsions worn, order
ed by" llllo people anil many en
quiries were made ns to the 'cost 'rir '
A shipment of Hudsons Is expect
td In the near future, und the cars
have all been sold to arrive. These
low-priced machines' are filling a
long-felt want and the future for
them In theso Islands
At the Schuman gnrago enquiries
keep coming In ulmut tho Studebaker
"Flanders" car, which will be .ar
riving next -month. The demon
strating cur Is expected to ufmtffn
n few weeks, and It will bo driven
all over the different Islands of tho'
group, mi that prospective buyers
will sec for themselves what ,thq enr
Tho demand for K. M. rVcnptl
as great us ever, and the factory can
not keep up with the orders. .
Manager Hodge ot the von Ham'in
Young garage teports that the re-,
pair shop is .crowded with work alid
that ali tho expert mon from the
Coast have their hands full to keep
up with the different Jobs.
A seven-seated Packurd arrived on
the Alameda and It has been pur
chased by Charles Hurtlett. It Is a
beautiful machine and Is much ad
mired by tho people who hnvo
Fourteen automobiles wcro left on
the dock nt San Francisco, as the
Alameda could not take them all.
There nro twenty machines on tho '
Lurllne, and fourteen of them nro
for tho von Hamm-Young garage.
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The executive committee of tho
National Lawn Tennis Association
bud before It for review the report
of the ranking committee nnd let
ters from Western tennis men yiho
seek to hnvo sanctioned u national
championship tournament on clay
courts In the West In addition to tho
present grass court championship
event nt Newport, Hhode Island,
II Is evident that Western tennis
players nre aroused and may secedu
fioni the national association If their
demand fo a dirt court chiijuplou
ship ovent Is not recognized.,. fc i,
Western clubs malntnln th'u'tnlne
ty per cent, of the tennis plajerin;
tho United States nre used to the -dirt
cuuit. Kastern playem -hold
Hint two championships would give
rise to confusion. l
The quciitlon will enmo beforo the
National Association In February.
The icport of the ranking com
mittee was not made public buV.-lt
Is understood to have named the
leaders In the following order: A A.
Lnrned. W. J. Clothier. M. R. Mc
laughlin, M, H. Long, W. FMJphn
ton, II. I), Little, Itobcrt Leroy, T. 11.
Pell. 0. V. Touchurd. N. Whiles.
K, P, 1-nrnt'd, Nat Kmerwm and
Itluliard H. Palmer. -,.
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