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Another name' baa to be engrnvud
oti the Wall Cup trophy, and It will
be that of Atherton Itlclinrds, who
yesterday afternoon defeated Captain
Low. When play wns stopped on
Wednesday, Captain Low had two
rets to Richards' one, and the score
stood at 8-0, 6 1, C-8. The two sets
played yesterday went to'ttlchards,
6-3, 0-2. Low won the first two
sets and lost the next three straight.
Thirty games to twenty-five Is fair
ly close fur five setB, and consider
lug hat Low cwed fifteen every
game, he did well to get so close
to a player of Klohards' ability.
The match was resumed at half
past four o'clock and by that time
there was a big crowd of spectators
on the clubhouse lanal and seated
outside In automobiles.
Dlchards served first, and he at
once showed thdt he was In good
form. His serv.ee wai fast and nc
curuto, and he only allowed Iaw to
make up his minus flflien and add
one nioro point before he took the
game to fifteen. The second game
WAn n rlnkAt An. find I jwr ntnvtni?
strongly, took It otter deuce had been'
called twice. There was n fine rally
durlna this eame. nnd the snectntor'
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became excited as the ball kpt go. I
Ing back and forth. Low, by a well-l
placed shot, scoied nt laBt, nnd the
score stood nt one-all.
Then Illchi rds, Beivlng In cham-1
plonshlp srU, made every point a
winning one and captured the third
game to love. Low got only o.io
stroke, and that wiped out his hand-'
leap. The next gamo also went to
the younger player, an Low only.
S9.W,'UX'.!,lllh?u8l lle' ' 9olire,
won luree sirome. i
The fifth game went to deuce, with'
Richards playing In excellent form.
His passing shots had the captain
going f;om one side of the court to
ni.fnlh.p fin I avotir unlit tha ln,l trnl
Low out ot posltli'ii and took the
game to deuce. I
In the sixth game Luw came to
ttm lint nnil nlHiniifrh hi. mmla n
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double fault, he took the gaico 1 3
thirty by good volleying and placing,
nicbards, however, was not to be de
nied, and he simply plaed Low oft
his feet In thr next rnmn nnil tnnk
It to love. 'Rl shards' passing vshotsj
were wonderful, and time after time
he found the side lines and scored.
The score now stood at 5-2 In Rich
ards' 'favor, and the end teemed near.
Low, however, made a final effort
and captured the eighth game to
thlrty.t That was Low's last chance,
as Richards won the ninth game to
With the match a two sets-all, tho
spectators began to wonder If tho
young player would, after all, beat
the veteran. Low was not playing
in anything like the form he did on
Wednesday, aud be seemed a lot off
color, He madt several double
fault and hit a lot of balls out or
Court.. It was remarkable tho few
balls that were hit Into the net dur-j
ing the set, and only on one-occasion1
did a firm serve beat the receiver
and score a point.
The deciding set was started up
after a short rest, and Richards
quickly won the fir si three games.
Irow got thirty In the first game,'
aud was beaten to love In the next
twJ, f He made three double faults (
(n the third game, and appeared to)
be away off his proper form. j
In the fourth gamo 'Low mado a
determined, offort. and although Rich
ards played some fine side-line shots.
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the veteran took the game to thirty.
avi continued In his wl'iulnt
streak, and the fifth gamn al-io went
to him, Richards getting thirty
through two strokes of Low's that
hit the fence. The score now I tood
at3-2 In Richards' favor, and Low
looked to hae n chance of evening
The sixth game .should have gone
to Low, who won within a point of
winning xe.erul times, lut Rlchudsl
finally took It to deuce. ' l,ow se.ved!
In weak fashion liithe turi-nth game,
and made two double lulls. He
did not seem able to liid the ser-
vice court, aim menantr won out 10
thirty. The last game of the set
went In quick order to lh )oun;;er
expert, and Low eot tU'rtv. That
ended the match, and the winner'
wax congratulated by evirjone. The,
lad played goad long-ringe tenuis
right through .tho niat.h, .'ml I.owj
Just ".bout plnjed the very game that
suited the boy beat. The cotiln
seemed to think that h keeplnn up
the'long range work, Itllhnrds mlrht
be tempted to hit out of court, I ut
In neaily every Instun.o the yruug
plajer would wind up a tang rail i by
placing a beautiful storing shot Just
out ot Low's i each. i
Richards, by defeating Castle nnd
Low, has shown that he is ir. the
scratch class, ai.d there are fen", If
any, tennis players In Hawaii tvho
can beat him starting een. The
only way to beat the'jotingster li to1
get to tho net in quick order. nnd
play the .ollejlng game. At the
present moment there coex not np-j
pear to be anyone who Is capabli or!
confident enough -tj go lo lhi net'
against Richards, nnd 'It Is ha'il'to'
say who can he found to hei t the
boy on present form.
The Wall cup was held, up till
)esterdayby B. B. flee, w"io It at
present on the mainland. Tin tro
phy Is expected to arri from the
Coast either today or by the. lext
steamer from San Francisco, an 1 It
will then go to the joiincrst pnjer
who ever held such 'a IiIk'i pin f In
ww Bill nibs
SMll ARRIVE III MY
Oahu League Will Tackle Jananese
Player at Athletio Park.
At a meeting of tho Oahu league
which was held hint night nt the
offlce of Senator C. F. ChllllnKworth,
It was decided lo Invite tho Wnseda
baseball team to visit Honolulu next
mouth and. play a serleg of games
with the Oahu league.
The Japauese team will probably
arrive In time to play the first game
on Sunday, July 3, at the Athletic
Park. Another gamo will so payed
on the Fourth, aud a tremendous
crowd Is looked forward to.
There are niu'uy graduates of Wn
seda University lu Honolulu, and
they are all looking forward to meet
ing their old college pais again. The
Waseda nine Is said to bo strong this
year, and the local men will have
to play up In order to defeat me
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so I suppose Fldo and you will have
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tt MILITARY LKAflUK. a
a May J N. O. H. vs. Fort HugerJ a
a Fort ImfUr vs. Hospital Co, a
it May 15 .vfarlnes vs. Cavalry. a
a PLANTATION LKAOUK H
a May 15 Waipahu vs. Kwa; Wa. a
a alua is. Alea. J a
a July International fUmcs. a
a Oahu LtaoiM. tt
a ATHLKTIC PARK. a
a May 15 P. A. C. vs. U. 8. M. C; a
a c. a. c vs. j. a. c a
a School Ltaoue. a
a May 14 Kanis vs. St. Louis; Pii- a
a nations vs. Highs. a
a Grammar 8chools. a
a May 13 Kaahumanu vh. Royal: a
a Punahoq vs. Training, , ti
H Skating Marathon. a
a May 30 Princess Rink. a
a Golf. . t
a COUNTRY CLUI1. tt
a May SI Rogoy Tournament. a
a June 11 Four Hal! Tournament, a
tt HONOLULU CI.UII. a
a May 3t Match Play. a
a June 19 Foursome. a
a Cricket. V
a May 21 Opening of season, tl
a TenWs. a
a May 12 Wall Cup,, (Finals) a
tt May 18 Annual championship, a
tt June 11 Progressive Tourna- a
a ment. k tt
a Yachting. t tl
a May 15 Cooper Cup. a
a Juno 6 Mactarlano Cup. a
a July 6 Sua. Wren Race. a
a Trap Shooting. t
a May 18-MVeekly Cup. a
a May 22 All Day Shoot. tt
u -Horse Racing, a
a t "WAILUKU. a
a July 4 Inter-Island'meet, a
a ' Transpacific YaehVnaea.1-"!!
a July 9 Start from San Pedro, ,U
a world's Championship .FI9M, l
a July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack t'
a Johnson. t
a Polo. i ' n
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Miiimtv ifigiif am
sitdimv m SIM
Marinei Go to Leilehua Tomorrow
Barry'i Beats Will Play the
fomorrow afternoon the military,
series will be rontjnued at the league
grounds, and two good gainerwll be
played. The National Guards will
meet the Fort Ilugerltos, and an In
teresting game is anticipated. The
Artillery team hus been practising a
lot lately, und the men feel confldont
thai they can give the Ounrds a good
run for the honors.
The other game will be between
tno Hospital Co. (late Harry's llesuts)
und the Shatter lads. And as the
lleauts (Thhave been going down
regularly In defeat, otlate, the Shat
ters feel that they, too, can hafid
the once Invincible bunch a package
of white wash.
The first game will start at :3i
o'clock, and the second as soon after
three as possible. A good-sited
crowd of fans Is expected, aa the
Fort Ruger boys 'are enthusiastic
over their team and will be present
to root in style for the gunners.
The Marines were scheduled to
play the Fifth Cavalry at Leilehua
on Sunday, but as tliv half-wets haye
to fill an engagement at the Athletic
Park, It has been decided to play tho
game at Bchoaeld Uarracks on Sat
urday Instead of Sunday.
'Thq Two Jaoks"
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Standing of Clnbt and Brief Account!
of uamea Flayed Hay 7.
On May 7 thf standing of the big
mainland league clubs was ns fol
lows) A brief account of the games
played nn that day Is also published;
8TANDINQ OF TtiE CLUBS.''
National Lasue. " "'
Clubs V. L. -I'-cl
New York 13 S ,711
Pittsburg 10 4 .fit
Philadelphia 8 7' .Sit
Chicago ,... 7 7 .Soil
Cincinnati c C '.5S0
Boston 7 9 ',437
St. Louis 5 11 .31J
Urnbklyn ...., G 12 '.2
American League. '.
Clubs V. L. Pet
Philadelphia 10 4 .711
Detroit , 11 G .C47
New York '. 8 f. .CIS
Cleveland 9 (1 .01)3
noslon 7 9 .43"
Chicago C 8 ,42')
Washington C 14 .2A3
Ht. Ixiuls .-. 3
Pittsburg 6, Chicago 1.
Chicago. May C Pittsburg defeat Pil
ChtcaRO, (! to 1, In a wild gamo today
Tho winners made only four hit and
the losers did not mnke.a flcldliiK or
ror. The winners bunched three hits
nnd two sacrifices with a wild pitch
a hit batter and a base 011 balls for
Ave runs In the fifth. Tho score:
It. II. K
Chicago 1 n .1
Pittsburg fi 4 )
flatteries Mclntyro, Pfeffer, Carson
and Needham; Loltflcld and Dlbson
Umpires Klein and Kcnc.
New York 3, Philadelphia 2.
New York, Mny 6. Philadelphia Rot
twice as many hits off Malhcwsou ns
New York did off Koxen, but thteo qf
New York's hits were bunched in th"
sixth with an error by Titus. Now
York scored three runs and won, 3 to
2. 1 Score:
It. II. K
Philadelphia 2 8 I
New York , 3 4 2
Batteries Kdscn and Dooln: Mat
hewson and Alye.. .Umpires HIrWt
and EmsIle.J1. ( .. '-'
itoiton ,' Brooklyn 5. '
Urpnklyn.-lnay O.'f-nostnn'won frtrtn
brooklyn, 8M'tu 5, today. Thp. cold
wind made pitching and fielding die
flcult. .ManaKcr Dahlcn has sout III
M)ers to llocheste.. Score.
'' , It. II, B.
Boston 1 8 14 3
Brooklyn 5 fi 4
Batterlos Curtis BrtiKii ami (Ir.i
ham; Wllhelm, Dessau and Krwln.
Chicago 4, Dstrolt 0.
Detroit, May U. Young and I.olli
velt each started a game for tho first
tlmo this seaosu nnd the. Chicago, team
won. Young pitching a shut-out gamo
4 to 0. Lellcvelt una poorly support.
It. II. i:.
Chicago 4 C 1
Detroit .. 0 7 t
Battel ie(f Young aud Block; Lellc
velt and Bt.mage.
Philadelphia 4, Washington 3.
PtttladelphlaMay U. Philadelphia
won today's game from Washington,
4 to 3. With two out In thu ninth
singles by Krause, Struuk and Oldrlug
scored tho winning riiu. Score:
It. .11. K.
Washington 3 , 7 'J
Philadelphia .., 4 12 .2
Batteries Johnson and Street;
Krause and Thomas.
Cleveland 4, St, Louis 3.
Cloveland, May C. Cleveland
defeated St. tools again today, 4 to 3,
St, Loula took tho lead In tho fourth,
but Cleveland went to tho front In tho
fifth. With two out Turner tripled
with the' bases filled. Lajolo followed
with a single. Four runs came In.
Link's wlldnest almost enabled St.
Louis to tie th cscoro lu tho ninth
It. Hi K.
Cleveland .'....4 8 2
St. Louis 3 7 . 2.
Batteries Berger, Link and Bemls;
Klnsello, Polty and Kllllafer, Stephens,
New. York 11, Boston 0.
Boston, Mny C Krlll shut the loc
als out, 11 to 0, aud allowed but two
bits toduy, while New York took ad
vantage of Boston's general poor play
ing. Cliaso mado u homo run with
two men on bases. Score;
It. II, 1:
New York 11 10 1
Boston , 0 2 6
Batteries Frill aud Mitchell; Knr
ger, Hall, Uarberlch and Carrlgan,
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1 SOTS AND DASHES.
A deadlock has arisen In regarda
to the selection of a refureo for tho
Jeffries-Johnson fight and there af
pears to be no chance of n settlement
(It the present time,
Tbo tennis tournament at The Mc
Donald wilt stait up tomorrow uhd M
It Is a mixed double, affair great In
(crest la being taken In the affair,
Fights In Oakland aro now .confined
to ten round affairs. The death of
McCarthy caused tho change,
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