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T ' ' EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T..IL, TIHJnSIMY, MAY 12. 1910. . V -. JH
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1 ' : - 1 HMUl mHUHI 2 -i
THREE SETS PLAYED YESTERDAY
TAIN LOW TAKES TWO TO ATHERTON RICHARDS' ONE
FINISH TODAY. "
Thcro wns tonics flno tennis out at
llio Uerctnnlu courts )csterday nttor
nooil, when Captain Low and Athcr
(on lllcbnrilg pla)cd off three out of
tho Mvo no til ncccssur to dectda the
into of (ho Wall cup. Low won two
rets to Itlchards' one, und tho scores
wero 8 0, 6-1, 0-8.
Low was owing llttcen In every
gjmo, ami ho wiib just nbout atitc to
hold Ills own and u Utile more from
ftlchnrd. Tho )OUngcr pla)cr show
ed great form, and ho seems able to
place n ball within n few Inches of
any spot ho alma nt. Tims after
tluifl tho s-hoolhoy kept up a rally
with Low for five or six stroke, nml
then would placo ono Just out of tho
captaln'n reach. ,
Ilichards shown every prcimtso of
dcte'nplng Into u champion, and If
ho wcro taken In hand by someone
who would Insist on Ills coming tit
the net and volte) lug more, he would
bo a hard man for nnjono to tackle
In a fcW' ) ears' time. The boy has
n fine servlco, and If ho would make
nuro of bis second Bene, Instead qf
throwing away points llko ho did
)estcrdoy afternoon by tr)lng for Ills
second too fast, he would do much
Somo of Itlchards' dropping shot
) I'stcrday wcro well timed and
Judged, and ho ucs n terrific foro-
arm drlvo at llnics. There was not
much chanin of Judging tho boj's
volleying abilities, as In but a few
Instancos either man went to tho net
And In noarly every case the rallies
wcro from the back of the court
Another noticeable thing was tho
way In which tho service was re
turned by both tho players. Hardly
any Borvlcos won out straight; at any
rato, not more than four or Ave
points were won that way during the
Itlchards served first, and lost the
game to thirty, and Low took his
own serve and tho second gumo to
lovo. Then Itlchards took a brace
and, playing much better, captured
throe games In succession Low only
got to fifteen In the trio, Tho sixth
game, however, was won by Low to
fifteen, and tho score stood at three
all. '. '
Itlchards took the seventh game
when I-ov' had reached fifteen, and
then the captain captured tho eighth
after it had reached deuce. The
ninth game wa8 Richards' to thirty,
but ,LoW' made tho score five-all by
taking the tenth. Than tho seo-saw
act started ugaln, and Itlchards won
the noxt gamo In hollow fashion
Low did not make up ills handicap of
owe fifteen. Tho twelfth game went
to dome and vantage, three times bo
fofo Low took It, and again tho score
was tied at six-all.
Ilowovcr, tho end was approach
Ink, and, Low, sparkling up a lot,
took the next two gam6s und the set.
Richards got to thirty in tho thir
teenth game, and tho fourteenth
went to deuce before it ended.
After a short rest the secupd set
was begun, and Richards, serving
first, took the opening gamo to fif
teen! Tho young player also cap
tured Low's sarvlco and took the' sec
ond game to love. Low then woke
up, and aftor a hot struggle man
aged to stop tho rout and win tho
third game, after It had gohe to
cleuce, Richards was not to bo de
nied, however, and he quickly won
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Hotql near Jprt
ON BERETANIA COURTS CAP-
the fourth whllu l.ow was getting to
inrco hi oi e louKen buu.1 i.. im.
supporters of Richards, but tho cap-l
n.. ....... - . ,l.
mm iuuh wiu Minn uiiu bixiii Kunii'n jj
to.doucc and Ilftccn rcspectUcly, anil'tj
the score was tlircc-all. Then Rich-
aids cot a winning streak on again,
and linking every stroke n point-get-
tcr, took the seventh game to love.
Low, who seemed to play better each
nine no gui ucuiuu. wuu me uikiuu
gatne'to thirty, and tho scoro showed u
The ninth gamr went to deuce n
couplo of times before Uiw took It.
and tho tenth and deciding ono was
won by M10 captain to love,
It wni gcttlng'lato. but It was do-(a
cldrd to pluy the'thlrd set olt at onco.
Low started oft 'Veil, "d took the
llrst two gnmes falry ensll), Rich-
aids getting thirty nnd'fiftrcn. Then
the joungster took hla serve In tho
thlid gamp and won It to thirty.
Low made tho score three onp by
winning tho next gsme to fifteen
but Rlrlurds took tbo llflh nftet
low liml got t ftftccu. Then 'the
best rail) of tho day, took place In
the rlxth game, and the spctatora
Ijccumr. very excited. Low took the
K111110 to thirty and ho then led i-i.
The next three games wen, .0
tl.lnii.l8. who pln)cd(up n tho n.o
brilliant form nnd outpointed Low.
In tbo seventh game Low did not get
11 point; In tho eighth ho Rot to nr
teen, and In tho ninth thirty wni
.ill ho could manage. Tho score was
jjieii M ,ln RbhanW:. faJKor .Uw
evened things In the tenth, nnd llvd-
nil was called. Rlchaids took the
elctcnth gumo to Ilftccn, und Low
won the next to thirty. Hlx-nll. mill
both going strong, was then tho state'" August-Inter' Island Tourtinmcnt, v
of affairs. The tlilitecuth game was
won by Richards, who wus serving, I
nnd Low gut only to thirty. Then
the last gamo, with Low serving, wus
tiritt lf 111m IimciIu ufinH tt titiil rnnn
Tlmrn wn. n f,ilr.lz-,l rrnw.l nres-
ant, and the play was watched with
Interest. Many peopla thought that
the joungster Would not last tho
long Journoy, but Richards did not
turn n hair, and appeared to bo as
coot und fresh nl tho finish as )io
was at tho start ot the long match.
Iaivt won twenty games to Richards'
eighteen, nnd the total of points
scored by each man Is also close.
This afternoon the match will be
finished, nnd alionlil Richards wliij,mt uy tung ton out of flfteon.
another sot, tKcio will be ft great
struggle for the fifth and deciding
a ss a
HreiMifleld und McKeover of Kwn,
will play in tho annual chBtnplnnshl,!
Mrs. urnnsonucaK vynai are you
going to do with that porous plaster.
Mr. Crlmsonbcak I'm going to
see what tune It will play on tho
pianola. Yonkers Statesman.
You novcr henr of n man whose
Income does not exceed n dollar a
day being operated on tor appendi
citis. Till Onmma Delta fraternity plans
building now 120,000 meeting place.
Storks rush In where eagles and.
doublo eagles fear1 to tread. Llfo, '
PROFESSIONAL K age gsjK ... .... .,,
a n a h a a a a it a a a a a a a a
a , a
a COMING EVENTS. a
tl Secretaries and managers of a
a athletic clubs are, Invited to send a
a In the dates of any otouts which a
a thoy may bo getting up, for In- S;
.'t sCrtton under tho above head, a
4 Address all communications to a
.S tho Sporting Kdllor, II u 1 1 c 1 1 n. a
: Baseball. I!
t MILITARY LEAGUE, tt
t May H-N. O. II. vs. Kort linger; a
a Kort Shatter vs. Hospital Co, a
a May 13 Marines vs. Cavalry. tt
PLANTATION LEAGUE t
May iSWalpalm vs. Kwa; Wal- tt
alua VS. Alca.
a Oahu League.
a ATHLETIC i'ARK.
a May 16-P. A. C. vs. U. 8. M,
a O. A. C. vs. J. A, C. "
tt School League.
i U May II Kama s. St. l-ouls;
nnhoiis vs. Highs.
la Ma) 13 Kaahiimnnn vs
,, ilinnh., .. Trinin,.
M Skatlno Marathon,
jj Mtty 30 Princess Rink,
a May 31 llogpy Tournament.
tt Juno 11 Kour Hall Tournament,
"' :I1""l,,cl1 ,,a-'
Sj May 21-Opcnlng of season.
May 12 Wnll Cup. (Ilnals )
n May 18 Annual championship,
a June 11 l'rogrcBslvo Tounia
Yachting. . '
May lS-Cooper Cup.
JJ Jnn B Mactarlnnc Cup.
M lgccklv Cllp.
M 22A 8hlK)t
M Horse Racing.
July 4 Inter-Island meet,
tt Trins Pacific Yacht Rc.
u Ju!y.9-i-Stnrt from Sanedrq.,
World's Champlonsllp Fight.
tt' World's Championship Fight, t.
'tt July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack t
a Johnson. t
a . Polo, tt
a t: a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
' II lift n IA1I' tr ir"
fflAJUK lUllVl HA) IW
in fni) WFEKLY CUP
I" WH IILLHLI UUI
Harvey Shoots Well and "Kills" the
Possible Number Other Mem
bers Are in Form.
At tho Kiiknnko traps yesterday
afternoon tho new weekly cup shoot
was (jot undor wiy, and Mujor Long
turned out to bo tho first winner.
He and Harvey tied In the first shoot,
and In the shoot-off tho major won
Harvey giounded eight out of ten In
the shoot-off, but In the straight
shoot killed no lesathnn twenty out
The shooting wnH good ail round,
and tho traps worked to perfection,
801110 good work was done at the un
known unities trati. and the shootlug
,)f narV0y wa tt treat to sec. t
M c l-11k wng another gunner
I Wh,i ,11,1 enml work, nnd hla shooting
wns clean and crisp, Vincent, who
has not been down nt the traps for
a long time, soon got his ce In,
and he nrrouiitcd for 10 out ot It
nt iho known nnglcs.
Peering did well at the now traps,
but dldvnnt do so well at the known
nnglcs. Ho should do better next
week In tho dip shoot. Tho scores
were as follows: Major Long, 20
out of 30; J. W. Haney, 20 out of
20; II. O, ISowcn, 14 out of 26; and
W. M. Vln-cnt, tt out of 28.
The Two Jabks"
Two flood lUjJ-UAfg kfo McRac StQcR Co ' i
Marcallino and Nott Win. ' OFFERS If
Handball Is all the rago at tho Y.
M. C. A. ot present, nnd jestcrday
afternoon Marcnllluo nnd Johnston
met In tho championship series that
Is being pulled off on the g)mnaslum
court. Mnrcalllno won two gniiiet
straight. 21-10 nnd 21-17, nnd the
play was closer than tho scoro on
paper would Indicate.
Another match, which went to
three games, was that between Nott
and Rnscman, nnd two out of the
three were won by Nott, tho scores
being 21-12, 19-21 nnd 21-10. 801110
fine, wcll-8Ustnlncd rallies were seen
In these games, nnd tho play was of
a high standard I
Tho Y. M. C, A. handball court
Is engaged nil the time, und mini)
members awnlt their turn every nft
crnooii. ss a st
PHIS DEFEAT SMS
III SCHOOL SERIES
Fosset Makes Brilliant Catch and
Akina Repeats Stunt Many
On Alexander I'lclil jcslcrdny aft
ernoon the Oahu College baseball
team defeated the St. Louis' nine by
n bcoro of 0 to 3. Tho Kalnts did
not make a run till the sixth Inning,
when they pl'cd up tho (hreo they
are credited with. The I'uns miido
mie In their second,, third and fourth,
ami then three In their fifth.
Kosset made n brilliant catch In
the last half or tho ninth Inning,
when, after a long run, ho sroupeil
the ball Into one, hand mid held It.
Aklna, tho epcoiiiI baseman for tho
Oahu team, also made it good catch
when ho slopped ono that I'osset
tried to hit over bis bend.
The game was nil Interesting one,
and there woro siiino exciting mo
ments nt times. The rooters were
prcsont In forco, and they kept
things going,. For tho first flvo In
nings tho Saints wont nut one, two,
Jlircc, nnd It was not till tho sixth
'that the) got going properly.
fOLItR POIUI In,
mm mm iowkies
Princess Team Has Challenged Win-
ners to Match Will Meet To
morrow. Last night nt the Princess rink a
nolo gumo was iila)cd botweon the
Marines uud.Townles, end It result
ed In a victory for the half-wets by
a scoro of two goals to one. Netro
and O'Late btored for tho Marines
and tbuy tcth played a good game,
Tho miiwh wus cleanly contested,
und the iuIcb- wcro observed by the
contestants In good fashion, All tho
roller polo plajers nro expert skat
crs, and they certain!) do somo ftna
stunts when they nro on tho lloor,
Tho Ilrlnccs rink team want to
havo 11 go nt the victorious Marines,
and Joo Korrest, manager of tho
Innidi, has Issued n challcngo tu tho
Camp Very bo)S. Tho teams will
meet next Wednesday evening, nnd a
red hot match Is expected. Another
series of gnmes Is being arranged,
and 11 cup valued at 120 Is bolng
put up for the wlnnoro.
ts a ss
DOTS AND DASHES,
A fight docs not look much like 1
fsko when a man Is knocked out
hard that ho dies. Ma) be bo faked
that he Is dead somo iKOpIo would
want a man to he drawn nud quart
ervd before they would bo euro that
he was really not faking. It may
have been arranged that Moron should
not knock McCarthy out before tho
end of tho fifteenth round but, other
wise, the. tight went to tho bolter
man, all hough bo, In knocking his op
poucnt out, killed him.
It would be a good Idea to havo n
triangular series of cricket games
between Rlshop's Rank, Davles & Co.
and tho 11. C, R. Mnro Interest would
be nrotised If" games were played be
tween tho tlovcns, nnd If some ono
would donate 11 cup tlioro would bo a
great deal of keen rivalry for Iho tro
Thcro waa n great practice game of
baseball )estcrday afternoon when
Iho i'unahctu Props and Iho Kualiu
manir nines met und, after n strugg'e
worthy of n mainland lenguo, the K.i
ahumnnus won by a score ot 2 to 1.
Tho fifteen mllo runners are still go
Ing strong, nnd they hnn shower
baths und training quarters at tho
league grounds, wheru they can takn
caro ot themselves In up-to-dato fash
ion ' tt ,
' The ox)BVu machlno wllf Surprise
peopla when they sea tho effect It hurf
on tho runners li? thfi fifteen mlloi
"Friday, Saturday, Sattiruiy Matmcc
.. The Thief.
llenoflt.-fnr the High School Tonight
A Clever Story Well Told
When Knighthood Was
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