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Tills afternoon on the Ilorclnnln
courts Atherton Richards and A. L.
Casllo will fight It cut for tho cham
pionship of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho winner of tho match will ho ile
clarod champion as there will he no
challenge round. Gee, tlie present
holder of tho championship Is on tho
mainland now, and hu will not he able
to defend his title.
Tho match this afternoon should go
down In tho records as one of the,
best ever played In Hawaii, and It
will surprlso most people If tho full
five sets have not to he la)cd.
Castlo has had years of experience
At the game and he plays n .heady
game; liq Is strong on tho volley and
full of ginger tn his returns. Should
he be In his best form this afternoon
the championship should nearly go to
Atherton Itlrhardn. one of the )oung
est players who over got Into first
class' company on the tennis courts.
Is playing In great form, and he never
knows when ho Is beaten. He Is a
trier from away hack, and once ho gets
warmed up" to bis ganle ha can keep
going for a week.
Lovers of tennis are certainly going
to ere a great exhibition of tho game
this afternoon and It Is hard to say
who will bo the new champion of Ha
waii. However, either player Is u
good representative and may the best
On tho Berctanla courtB on Satur
day afternoon one of the most sensa
tional matches- that' has over been
played In Honolulu was fought out
between Nowell and Atherton Itlch
ards. Richards wont out after losing
the first two sets, and the scoro was
2-C, 4-J, 6-2, 8-6 6-4 twenty-six gnmos
to twenty-four, shows what sort of n
struggle tho match was. At the end
of tho, fourth set both men had wou
twenty games and It was Imposslhlo
to predict tho wJnncr.
On tho Pacific courts Castlo and It
A, cooko met and, although It was
thought that Cooke would have a
good chanco of winning on the Pacific
courts, ho failed to get a set and Cas
tle won out, C-l, 6-2, 6-3.
Tho Rlchards-Nowcll match was
started by Nowell winning his servc-j
to love. Richards evened things by
taking the next game to fifteen. Now
ell won the next to thirty, and Rich
ards then won a love game. Two all
was called and things minted to a
However, Nowell got a winning
streak and, hitting with terrific force,
made nearly every stroke ft wlnnor
nnd took four games straight. Rich
ards was outplayed and only got fif
teen In each of the four games. Now
ell seetned to havo gotten his eyo In,
and both his service and receiving was
excellent, He has a drlvo that keeps
low and, by its very pace, beat tho
Tho second set opened with Nowell
sorvlog and ho took the first gamo to
thirty. Ho appeared to still bo In
winning form and played some beauti
ful shots. Richards took the second
game to thirty but the third went to
Nowell, who took It without Richards
gottlng a point. Tho fourth and fifth
also were won by Nowell, and the
scdro was 6-1,
Then Richards sparkled Up and
Nowell not doing so well, the young
player took threo games In succes
sion and made the score four all. The
w: m m
KUN MARINES AND Mi
Two Games Attract Bu? Crowd to the
Athletio Park C. A. Cs. Lead
in Sencs Now.
to Nowell and he then led by tno sets
The third set was started almost Im
mediately after the second was fin
ished and although Nowell took the
first game, Richards quickly got Into
his stride and took the next flvo
straight. Nowell apidared to be tir
ing and he had slowed down a lot In
his driving. His service was not so
deadly either and tho supporters of
Richards began to feci hopeful.
Nowell took the seventh game to
fifteen but Richards then won the
next and with It the set. G-2.
When the men came out on the
court for the fourth sot of the match
there was a subdued air of excitement
among the spectators. Trie admirers
of tho yuung player did not feel too
hopeful, although It was thought that
Nowell might lose ono set more.
This fourth set must always he re
membered by thoso who saw It. It
and tbe final ono of (he match ero
sensational enough for anhody. Now
ell took the first three games before
Richards got going, but then the lad
won the fourth aAd fifth -nnd his
chances Improved. The sixth went to
Nowell, to thirty, and the score stool
at 4-2, nnd Nowell looked all over a
Then n change csmo nbout, and
Rlchaids won threo games straight
through, magnificent placing and vol
leying. Nowell then evened up things
and five all was called. Tho eleventh
game went to Nowell, and the st
stood at. 6-5, Ne.1! le;ds.wJHcbprds
however, captured the'noxt Rime, and
six all was the call. There was n
great strugglo 'before Richards took
the two games necessary to win the
vantago set, and when h did he was
applauded for some considerable time.
Two sets each, and twtnty games each
was then the state of affairs, and a
closer contest could not be Imagined
The fifth and deciding set waa a re
markablo ono and. Nowell 'seemed to
start out with a fixed determination
to make every strokq a point getter.
How close ho went to It may be real
tied when It Is recorded that he quick
ly had the set 4-1 In his favor, and
that Richards' points In tho four games
he lost wero, respectively, love, fif
teen, love, and thirty.
Then tho young player pulled him
self together and. playing In champlou
ship style against the rapidly tiring
Nowell. won Ave games straight, and
took tho set nnd match. Nowell's
scoro In the five last games of tho set
wps: loe, thirty, deuce, fifteen and
Tho match could not have been bet
ter and the spectators were delighted
with tho exhibition. People who wero
annoyed becauso tho Castle Cooko
match was not also played on tho Ber
etanla courts, soon forgot their trou
bles when it was seen how the Rich-ards-NowcJI
match wis going. Over
two hours of the best kind of sport
was enjoyed by thoso present, and
those who were not at 4he courts
missed the tlmo of their lives.
President Bockus officiated as um
pire and his decisions wero good. It
was hot sitting out In tho sun but the
scorer seemed to enjoy himself as
much as anybody.
The Hawaii may pot get away till
about the end of the month, but she J
will have plenty of time to get up
to San Pedro In time to Bjnrt on July
ninth and tenth games, however, went 9 In tbe trans-Paclflc race.
. At the Athletic 1'atk yesterday
afternoon, two games In the Oahu
I league scries were played, and some
eighteen hundred people watched the
struggles. The first game, between
the Portuguese and Japanese, was a
beauty, and, thft 1',' A. Cs. should have
done better, than- they did. They
nearly spored twfee, and only for
some foolish playrtbat cost men, the
game would have probably gone more
than the nine Innings before It was
finished. The J, A. Cs. won by n
score of 3 to 0, nnd were cheered for
Kealoha and llrlto formed tho oat
tery for the J. A. Cs,, and the pair
did good work, llrlto saved a cer
tain score In the fifth by taking n
risk that left him breathless on the
Kealoha showed great control and
pitched real good ball. He. has nn
assortment of curt that kept tha
I'. A. Cs. thinking. He struck outJ
seven men to Frcltas' five, but walk
ed three mon to the other's two.
For the P. A. Cs., Freitas did well
aim the runs that were scored were
not his, fault. Louis Soares caught
wellr4iut created a 'bad Impression
by talking back at Umpire Joy, Oar
nej nearly ordered Soares off the
field, and no one could havn blamed
him If he had. 'Umpires are not In
fulllble, and a man like Soares should
know that there Is no use In kicking
and keeping It up for a long time
after the matter Las been decided.
The trouble occurred over a ball that
was high as It approached the plate
but- dropped suddenly into the catch
em hands: Joy .called it B'lanilsn'ffj
soares made a fuss about the docl
shin. Another thing that anbeyed
people was the way In which a rcr
tulu fan called out filthy remarks in
Chinese. These remarks were Un
derstood by the C, A. C. players, nnd
they naturally objected. The man
who made a spectacle of himself
should have been ejected; suc'j con
duct should never be allowed an the
Athletic or nny other ground.
The second game, between tbe Ma
rines and C. A. Cs., was ,uot so good
aa the first match, but still there
was somo excitement. The Chlneso
were too good for the half-wets and
won outby a score of 9 to 6. Olb
sun pitched for seven (nnlngs and
then Peyton took his place and tbe
Marines bu.ked Up a lot.
The official scores of both game
were as follows:
JAPANESE A. C.
Runs , O'OOO 020Q 13
llase hits 4 10003000 1 G
PORTUGUESE A. C.
llase hits 0001101003
Three-base hit, Teves; two.bate
hit, Ross; left'on bases, J. A. C. 4, P.
A. C. 4; first base on errors, J. A. U
2; double play, Kalmt to Akann; hit
by pitcher, Souta; struck out, by
Freitas 5, Kealoha 7; bases oti called
balls, off Fredas 2, Kealoha 3. Um
pire, n. Joy; time of game, i hour
CHINESE A. C.
Runs 10004300 19
llase hits 10 10 1 3 0 01 7
U. 8. MARINE CORPS.
Runs 10000022 16
llase hits .....' .1 0 1 0 1 2 3 2 ) 11
Three-base hits, En Sue, Atamt
sacrifice hits, Akana 2; left on bases,
C. A. O. 3, U. 8. M. C. 9; tint base
on errors, C. A, C. 5, U. 8. M, C, 6;
double plajs, Knn Yin to En Sue to
Akana, Williams to Sinclair; struck
out, by Olbson 2, Peyton 2, Apau 6J
bases on called balls, off Olbson 2,
Apau l; patted balls, Ah Toon, Sin
clair; Innings pitched, by Olbson C,
Peyton 3; hits, oft Olbson 6, Peyton
1; charge defeat to Olbson. Umpire,
II-. Joy; scorer, Raposo; time of game,
1 hour 30 minutes.
mi M saoor m
Harvey and Deering Have Double
wins uooa work at Kakaako
Yesterday there was a fine day's
sport down at the Kakaako traps,
whero tbe Hawaiian Ou'n Club held an
all-day shoot. There was a largo at
tendance at the.grounds and luncheon
was provided for tho members and
visitors. Tho shooting, nllround Was
good and Champion Harvey was In
Tho following Is tho official result
of the day's shoot.
First event, 60 birds handicap from
Lcggett trap. Eight entries:
Names. Hits. Hdcn. Total
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shed or a plate 6fv 'Trench fried" at
home? There's a lot in the way
things are served. Our service is the
" ItV nlliiiashion "
"The Two Jaoks"
Hotel neajIJort r ; , r
.3 out of 10
,,2 out of 10
The McRae Stock Co.
Monday, Tuesday and
"The Taming of the
J. W. Ilnrvev. first.. 45
'H. I). Dowcn, second 38 7
M. C. King, third ..26 15
E. Kopke. fourth' ..31 7
C. F. White, fifth ..17 IS
Harvey and IJowen tied for
place. In tho shoot-off Harvey won 8
to Uowen's 2.
Second event. 20 birds handicap,
known angles. Class Shooting:
First E. Kopke 21 out or 2J
Second II. D. How en ..19 out of 2S
Third Irwin 8paldlng ..IS out of 20
Fourth M. C. King ....17 out of 30
Kopke and Mnjor Long tied for
first place; In shoot-oft Kopko won, 9
to Long's 8.
Dowen and C. W. C. Peering tie I
for second plice; In rhooi-orr Dowen
won, 8 to Deerlng's 7.
Third event 10 birds icrntclu un
known angles, "Walking." Twelve
First C. W, C. I)eerlng..7 out of 10
Second J. W. Harvey ...7 out of 10
Third C. F. White 6 out of 10
Deering and Harvey tied for first
placo; In shoot-oft Doerlng C to Har.
tey's 6.'8nd 8 to Hnrvov'a 7.
L Fourth eventr-io birds scratch, -un-
uhkii-b, ouiing in unair.
First 3. W. Harvey. ....10 out of 10
Second O. II. Richardson 6 out of 10
Third-ill. D. Uoweu .... 5 out of 10
Fifth event 10 birds scratch,
Doubles." Eight entries:
First C. W. C. Deering .,6 out of 10
Second J. W. Ilnrvev ...6 out of 10
Third II. D. Dowen t 5 out of 10
Harvey and Deering tied for first
place; In shdot-off Harvey C to Deer
How en, Hobo, Spalding and Tavas
tied for third placo with S each. In
shoot-off Dowen and' Spalding each
got 6, Dobo 4, and Tavas 3. Jn Dow
en Spalding -.hoot-off, Dowen wou
Sixth event Twenty birds, unknown
angles, from "Leggctt trap." Four
First H. D. Bowen 21 out of 21
Second E. Kopko 21 out of 21
Third J. Tavas 17 out of 30
Fourth M. C. King ....17 out of 30
Hon en and Kouko tlo resulted In
Bowen 9 out of 10 to Kouko 0 out of
10, and Tavas and King tie for third
placo resulted In Tavas 5 to King 2.
Seventh ovont fTten birds, known
angles, "consolation" for those who
had not won a prlxe during tho day:
First U. M. Vincent ...,C out of 10
Second F. II. Smith
Third V. V. Newell ,
m me Am
Oolf During Afternoon, and Chowder
and Concert in Evening Many
The Comet night at the Country
Club on Saturday was a great success,
and a large number of golfers and
thel rfrlends attended tho function.
During tbe afternoon a tournament
was played off, and J. J. Reiser won
out from W. Woon, who got Into sec
ond place. 'As soon as the golf was
finished and darkness set In, prepara
tions wero made for tho chowder and
concert. The first wus the best over
and the latter simply surprised every
body. A long program of musical stunts
was pulled off, and most of tbe Items
were very good and woll merited tho
applause that greoted them. Tho Mc
Rao Company sent representatives
along after tho show at the Opera
limine was pau, and the theatrical
people enjoyed themselves immensely
while entertaining the members of tho
Tlie scores of the tournament were
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Wm. Woon 54
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Chas. Weight ....60
D. II, Hitchcock.. 65
W. W. Thayer ..62
Wm. 8lmpsou ...60
J. D. Doughorty ..57
C. K. Kdtnunds ..62
It. U. Booth ...M63
u. t. amiui co so 100 so
K, Kllerman .,.,49 52 101 sc
N.'Boho ....... ..61 00 121 18 103
W. W. Low 03 66 129 21 108
J. O. Spencer .,..68 69 137 27 110
W. T, Monsarrat.70 68 138 27 111
II. II. Walker ...Unfinished
II. C. Carter ... Unfinished
F. IL Armstrong.. Unfinished
Al the runners were out on the
league ground track eiterday morn.
Ing, and some fine flve-jntle, t'
were done, Nigel Jackson, vrhd' U
promoting the affair, was Injured' by
being hit over the head by someone
last night, but he will probably be
able to run on May 30. '
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