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EVENING nULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1010.
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ATHERTON RICHARDS DEFEATS
GRAY EIGHT MATCHES
Yesterday nfternoon at the Here
tanln courts, lovers n( tennis were
treated lo n couple of matches
which were both Rood exhibitions of
the ever-popular game. The brut
match started was that between
Steere and Gray, and although the
score on paper makes the play look,
ouc-tlded, there was more to the
four sets than the figures would In
dicate. Steere won 4-6, fi-0, fi-1,
C-l, and he, utter the first set, play
ed really good tennis.
The second match, between Atli
erton Richards and Irwin, also went
to four sets, three of which Rich
nrds won. The score was !-7, G-S,
6-2, C-0, and Irwin did well to cap
ture the first set of the match.
Steere and Grav.
When arny and Steere stepped on
to the court there was n good gath
ering of spectators, and everybody
fettled down to enjoy the match.
Oray took the first game to thirty,
but the second was captured by
Steere to fifteen. Steere nlso took
the third and fourth games In rather
easy fashion, hut Oray tcok a brace
In the fifth and won his serve. The
sixth went to Steere, and then he
seemed to go to pieces nnd lost the
next four games, and with them the
cet, C-4. I
Tho second' set showed Steere n Hlchnrds heat him many times by
real form, as he went out wlthtBlow dropping shotB that Just went
a winning streak and took four
games straight. Every point was
well fought "for. however, nnd dray
come close to taking games several
times. He succeeded In stopping the
rout by inking the fifth, but that
was all .he could, manage, nnd Steered
won the next two and with them
The third set was a runaway af
fair as far as games went, as Steere,
playing In excellent form nnd using
good overhead and ground strokes,
won out 0-0. Gray, however, nut up
n gnme fight, and he kept close on
Ills opponent's track. He never seem
ed quite able to make the winning
stroke, and Steere would finally end
every rally" by placing one down tho
sideline Just out of Gray's reach.
With two sets to one In his favor.
Steore looked all over a winner, nnd
he continued (in his victorious ca
reer In the fourth set of the match,
which he won C-l. Tho third game
wa won by Gray, but that wob the
only ore he got. Still, some fine
shots were played by him, and If he
were to practise a little and get Into
better condition, he would show up
well lu the handicap tournaments.
Richards vs. Irwin.
While the Steere-Oray match was
being played on the court next to
the clubhouse, the Atherton-lrwin
engagement was being fought out on
No. 2 court, and the spectators were
trying to follow the two matches at
In the first set Richards opened
the game and took his serve, but
Irwin, serving like a cannon shot,
won the next game easily and also
the third, although Richards served.
Irwin has a very fast serve, and In
the .second game he clean beat Rich
ards three times. The pace was so
4A II. .& .1. IIVaII t lulnHAs nl
insi mui Mie vvi jut , c, -i
though standing back against the
wire-netting, could not get onto the
ball, The fourth game was won by
Richards, and the scoro stood at
. Rather eat a cold potato in a wood
.shed or a plate of "French fried" at
home? There's a lot m the way
things are served. Our service is the
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel near Fort,
IRWIN STEERE TOO GOOD FOR
SET FOR TODAY.
two-all. The youngster then cap
tured tho flflh. iinU led H-2. Irwin
was not to be denied, however, and
ho evened things up by' winning the
sixth gamo In hollow fashion. Rich
ards was not playing In nnythlng
like the style he 'did In the Wall Cup
tournament, and did not seem uble
to net his eye in.
Irwin won the seventh game also.
nnd then led -I :i. Illchnrds took the
next two and the score stood at fi-4
lu his favor. The next three games
went to Irwin, who played up In
brilliant form, and tho set ended ''
In Irwin's favor. The result was
rather n surprise to the spectators,
but Irwin well deserved his win,' He
played better tennis than Richard'
In the set, nnd his servlco Mil fete
mill ''rives were Immense.
Irwin plays every stroke with a
cut on tho ball, nnd he got some
beautiful low ones over the net. The
newcomer Is an .'rqulsltloii to -local
tennis, and ir ue were lo mare sur
of his secopd servl-e, which Is weak
at times, lie would do much better.
In the second set Richards played
ill) In his rent form, sml he niilv al
lowed, Irwin ,to get threo games, Ir
win appeared to tire n 'lot, and hi
did not play In anything like the
'"""m he did In the first set.
made moral double faults,
aver the net.
In the third set Richards made ev
cry post a winning, one, and Irwin did
not hove a look-in, 'I he Ind placed
his strokes In r.:vat 't'tlinn, and also
did some good volleying' that Vat Ir
In time after time.' The nnt five
games went to Richard nnd then Ir
win took the sixth tin.' seventh: Oiut
was his last effort as Athcnnn von
tho next, nnd with it tl. sot, C-2.
Richards now ha 1 tan eels to his
opponent's on? and w:ii golm? strong.
Vl went nut to win In' h.iotl order lu
the fourth, and easily tiink'the set to
love, Irwin vrm all in nnd could not
ralso a trot, whereas Richards was as
cool as a cucumber, nti3 nppc.vo.l no
fresh as when ho stni'i'ii to play tin
luiur or so hefce
Four matches will he played en the
Ueretnntn com Is nnd thrro on tho Pa
cific this afternoon, On the fonror
courts John Wateriui'l) an I A, 1..
Castle will play their match, nnd C.
a. Dockus and W. a. SliiKiohurst will
also try conclitslonc. The two other
matches will be: A. M Nowcll vs 11.
S. Gray and Captain I.iw vs W. A.
On tho Pacific courts J. W. V.
Drowsier will meet Noel Denrr: Steele
will piny R. A. Coo'o, who won by
default of Rooth yesterday, and P. R.
Ilarllett will do his bfst ngalnst Ath
ci ton Richards, Ail IIm games will
start at half-past four o'clock on tho
Pacific courts and, with tho exception
of the Iw-Wall match, the hour for
beginning will be tho same nt the
Boretanla, courts. Wall and Low will
start up at 4 o'clock an tho hour Is
more convenient for them both.
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There were a lot of runners nut nt
the League grounds yesterday after-
noon, and the men all went for,ong
distance Jaunts. Fahy nnd Hayes aro
running well, and Gorman Is doing ns
well as anybody.
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tt COMINQ EVENTS. J:
SI Secretaries and managers 'of tl
tt athletic clubs aro Invited to send M
St In the dates of any events which Si
tl they may bo getting up, for In- SS
tt sertlon under the uhovu head. SS
SS Address all communications to SI
SS tho Hportlug Kdltor. 11 ill lu tin. II
II Baseball. It
SI MIMTAtlY LEAOUE. II
IS May 21 Marines vs. Fort Shnf- SS
St ter; Fort linger vs. Hospital St
St May 22-N, G. H. vs. Cavalry.
tt PI.ANTATION LKAQUK.
St May 22 Walanao vs. Kwa: Wal
SI ulna vs. Walpahu.
tt Oahu League,
tt ATHLETIC PARK.
tt May 22 P. A. C. vs. J, A, C.J SS
it .Marines vs. c. A. C.
SS Oahu Juniors.
tt May 22 Mu Hocks vs, Asahls; SS
tt (.!. A. C. Jrs. vs. Palsmas
II School League.
SS May 20 I'finahou vs. St. Ixiuls; tt
u Kanm vs, lllglis.
tt Skating Marathon.
tt May 30 Princess Rink.
St COUNTRY CLUB.
tt May 3t Rogey Tournament.
It June U Fouj Rail Tournament,
tt HONOLULU CLUII.
St Mny 31 Match Play.
St June 19 Foursome.
tt May 21 Opening of season.
SS May 18 Annual championship.
St June 11 Progressive Tournn'
tl Juno 5 Mocfarlano Cun.
II Juno "2C Governor's Cup
U July B Sea Wren Race.
IS .Trap Shooting.
tt May 25 Weekly Cup.
SS May 22 All Day Shoot.
SS Horse Racing,
It July 4 Inter-Island meet.
tt Transpacific Yacht Race.
St July 9 Start from San Pedro,
tt World's Championship' Fight,
St July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack t
tt Johnson. V
St Polo. tit
tt August Inler-lslund Tournament, tt
nitnn tt st tttttstttitsttttsisttt
DOTS AND DASHES.
Kaatiumanti School team beat the
Alllolant College nine at baseball yes
terday, and the score of 8 to 7 shows
whut sort of a gamo It was. Tomorrow
afternoon the Punnhou Preps, play tho
Kanhumaniis on tho Maklkl field and
the Royals will try conclusions with
tho Central Grammar at the Boys'
There was n meeting of tho Outrg
ger Club lust nght and arrangements
were made In regnrd to the carnival
Hint Is to come off at Walklkl on tin.
evening of June to.
For the Becond year in succession
Columbia has won the association
football championship, though Yale
mndo u gallant fight for the honor.
It Is not hard to discover the reason
for Columbia's superiority at this
game. The New Yorkers, ever since
they weie compelled to give Up
Rugby football, have concentrated
their attention on the association
gnme, with the result that they have
achieved remarkable success. Soccer
Is rapidly gaining u firm foothold In
lour leading universities, for at last
our athletic authorities are coming
to understand that II can be foster
ed without the slightest Interference
with the American Rugby game.
The New York Ynukees are beln'c
tipped throughout the East as likely
winners In the American league
race. The dopesters have been try'
Ing. to beat Jennings' team for sev
eral years, but It Is still In front!
"The Two Jacks"
N.C.H. Bill TEAMS ARE
SEIECIED FOR M
Matches to Be Flayed at the League
urounus ana at Leuenua
Strong Nines Are Picked.
Reroennf ttnrrv U nut with n tin'
tlcu for his baseball players, and the
emus hu has selected appear to be
strong enough for any of the nines
they hnvc to meet. The notko read!
Honolulu, T. II., May 18, 1910.
. The following members of the
First Infnntry, N. G. II., baseball
team nnd First Hospital Co. team
wlil practise at the league grounds
on Friday evening nt 4:30 o'clo.-k.
May 20. The following team will
go to Lellehun on Sunday the 22ud:
Manuel Moses, William Hampton,
Robert Leslie, Paul Hums, Robert
Chllllngworth, Isaac Flores, Patrick
O'Sulllvan. Alexander May, William
Hire. Dudle Lemon, Henry Zcrbe.
The following team will play the
Fort Rugcrs at the league grounds
on Saturday afternoon nt 3:30
o'clftck: Louie Soaresr c. Johnnlo
Williams, i.: John Hotter, Henry
Chllllngworth, Manuel Freltns. En
8ue, Gcorgo Townsend, Joslali Jo
seph, Henry Walker, Henry Iluili
ncll, Jlmmy Wlnr.e, Frank Apann,
John Ordcns'tcln, Abraham Loin.
The men who go to Lellehua on
Sunday will take the 10:1ft train on
the O. It. & L. Co. First-class trans
portation and n good dinner.
The men who, will play on Satur
day afternoon with the First Hospl
tal Co. team will be sure to be on
time, as the game will start prompt
ly nt 3:30. Very respectfully.
EDGAR 8. HARRY,
Manager of llolh Teams.
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"MIT IM" SHOULD
BE SOMETHING FINE
Country Club Will Entertain on Sat
urday Afternoon and Evening
Much Fun Anticipated.
On Saturday afternoon and even
Ing there will be some festive do
ings nt the Country Club, whero a
tournament, chowder and "Jinks"
will occupy the attention of the
members nnd visitors for ninny
hoars. The lust show of the club
was something along the same lines,
and n great time was had by all
those fortunate enough to be pres
ent. The novelty tournament will be n
peach, and a large number of play
ers have decided to take part In it.
Those who don't wnntlo play go'f
can remain at tho clubhouse and
take part in the domino tournament,
which promises to bean exciting and
The ,chowder will bo tho best ever,
nnd the bunch that sits down to
the spread will hnvo all they want
and a little more. A keen watch
will Ire lent out for the comet, und
Its nrilvti; will be signaled from
Ivoko Head. As soon us word Is re
ceived of tho whereabouts of the
fireball, nn adjournment will be
made to the. points of vantage where
the visitor can be seen clearly.
A 'bus will run u.11 the nfternoon
fiom the end of tho cnrllno to the
clubheuse, and an automobile will
take up the burden from C o'clock
Doubtless the average ownor of n
motor car gives small thought to the
lubrication of the valve stems of his
englivs. Yet the Cadillac Company
recognises the Importance of this
seemingly Inconsequential feature
and provides for It,
Lubrication of the .valve stems nnd
their bushings in the stem guides Is
necessary to prevent noise and par
ticularly wear, which In time Inevi
tably produces air leaks that de
crease the on sine's efficiency,
The manner In which this lubrica
tion Is provided for In the Cadillac
Is unique enough to merit u brief de
scription. Surrounding each valve stem Is n
deep cup shaped brass washer, the
concavity fuclng upward toward the
bushing of the stem guide. This
washer Is filled with felt packing,
which Is soaked In oil nnd closely
surrounds the stem. Thus at each
upward motion of the item, oil Is
parried up Into the bushing, Insur
ing the smooth contact of the ad
joining surfacos, reducing friction to
if minimum and consequent? reduc
1 The, little brass cup which con
tains the oiled.'felf Is held In place
by a light spiral spring which lies
within the valve spring nnd keeps
the felt packing lu close contact with
the bushing above. New oil can be
Introduced with an ordinary1 oil can'.
' A scientist declares that the mos
quito ' responsible for malaria can
not bite a human being, save when
standing on .Its head. As a peat,
nevertheless, this mosquito seems to'
get there with both feet. Washing
If a man says he doesn't luiow
Ivjlwhat fear Is, ho Is either a liar i
I a bacholor. '; w . ,r. g .
Hawaiian Opera House
The McRae StocR Co.
T0NIOHT ALL THIS WEEK
Owing to the Extraordinary Suc
When Knighthood Was.
In Flower .
This play will continue for the re
mainder of the week, witli a Matinee
Order your seats today don't mist
this great play.
"THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
Shakespeare's Merriest Comedy
As You Like It
Presented by the
DRAMATIC CLUB OF OAHU
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SATURDAY EVENING, MAY .21ST ij
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Tickets for sale by all Punahbu"?
Students," and at Wall, Nichols Co.,. 'a
RESERVED SEATS 7f.c. ffl
- Perfect seating arrangement; also
eigni nne auio stations, from which
the whole ptrformance, may be seen.
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New York Circuit. Featuring
OLD HAWAnAN MELODIES
10, 15 and 25 Cents
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
McQRATH AND PAIGE, Favorite
HOME AND MAYO, Comedians
Fort Street Below Beretanit
Whistler, Singer and German
Comedian " ',J
Admission 5c, 10c., 15:.
ROSE and ROSE
Royal Hawaiian Duo .
From the Ornhenm. Ban FmnMiM ' ('
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UK AND FKIZE MASQUERADE .i
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