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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, MAT 24. 110.'
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NEW CHAMPION OF
HARVARD 'VARSITY MAN WINS THREE SETS STRAIGHT RICH.
ARDS PLAYED GOOD TENNIS, BUT VOLLEY GAME BEAT
Yesterday afternoon on the llere
tanla tcnpla courts, A. L. Castle
achttved his ambition In the racquet
lino by1 winning Mho championship
of Hawaii, Ho and Athcrton Rich-
urds played thice sits, and Castle
won (hem nil 7-5, G-3, G.4. Tlio
winner played the better game unit
adopted the only way that could bo
successful agnlnst Itlchards. It was
Castle's vollcjlng that pulled him
through critical stages, and ho well
deserves his 'victory.
Young Richards showed b) tho
game he put up against Cantlo )os
tcrday that ho has championship
material In him. And more than
Island championship Is meant by
that, for as soon ns the lad gets
strongar and Is nh)o to hold a
racquet stiff against tho strongest
smash that reaches him on tho full,
he will bo ablo to como up more
than ho docs nt pri'scnt, nnd then,
Indeed, he will bo formidable. ills
wrist is not strong enough now, but
ho has all tho back of court strokes
down pat, and In a fow jcars, pro
viding he gets Into games with the
first flight of plajcrn, ho should do
elop Into world's
There was a big crowd present.
and the sweet girl students from
I'unahou were there In force to root
for tho younger, player. The glrjs'
faces were studies when Castle be
gan to show that ho was Richards'
master 'at. the anie.- The clubhouse
latisl was packed, and all the avail
able chairs were occupied by the
tennis enthusiasts of tho city. Every
one who coud possibly get part of
the afternoon off wended their way
to the courts, and promptly nt half
past four tho match was started.
Play was supposed to begin at 4
o'clock, but at that time there were
no balls, and a halt had to be call
ed until a member went downtown
for a dozen Blazensers.
Right from the start of the first
set Castle forced tho pace. In hopos
of getting a big lead on Richards.
Tho first game Castle served went
to the '.varsity man to love, and the
service was as hot as has been seen
nround the courts for none tlmo.
Than Richards took the ball, but.
notwithstanding- ho got all of .his
serves In, Cattle took the game after
It bad Roite to deuco-onre. Two
love looked good to Castle' friends,
but Rlchaids surprised ever bod by
winning the third game off Cartle's
serves after It had gone to dsuce
The fourth game was won by
Richards, Who served In fine style-
Castle, only got1 to fifteen and thn
the score of two all wns culled.
Again In the fifth game Castle lost
hlB serve to thirty, ami Rlchart's led
3 2. Then' Castln served In Mc-
Loughlln forth. and look the sixth'
gamo to love; tHeiteyenth also went
to him to fifteen, nt'd he then led
by 4-1 Itlchards or wed things up
In the atxhth by winning It after
deuce had been reached.
The nnth game was Castle's to
love, and the end npptared to .be
near. Richards, however, plajed up
beautifully, and took tho tenth game
to thirty, and Ave alt was the score.
The eleventh 'game was a hard strug
gle, and It went to deuce and van
tage twice, before Castle won It,
Rather eat a cold potato in a wood
shed or a plate of "French fried" at
home? There's a lot in the way
things are served. Our service is the
"It's The! Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
The twelfth game decided the sot,
as Castlo won It when Richards had
The second set started off, with
r?.intln Knrvltiir ntiil hp upntl atinw
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ed how he can deliver tho gjols by'tt
taking tho game to lovo. Thon.tt
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Richards had a serve. 'and ,i", too,
took n love game, and ono-a I vas
ca ted. Tho third eitne went to
Castle, while Rlchardij only
two strokes. Castle also won the w
fourth gamo after deuce had been
called, and 3-1, was the state of af
fairs. Richards made a doublo fault
In this gamo. Tho fifth game was
won by Richards after It had gono
twice to deuce and vantage
sixth came lo thlrU and!"
sixth game to tmrtj, ami
4-2. He was playing ex-
men len -. jib was i laying -
cciiciu tennis aim looxeu iixo a win-j jj HONOLULU CLUD.
ncn- Tho seventh game went to n May 31 Match Play.
Castle without Richards getting a tt June 19 Foursome,
point, nnd the set seemed nbnul all tt Cricket,
over. Rlchnrds, howover, got ono'tt May 28 Opening of season,
more game to fifteen, and Castle cap- tt Tennis.
turcd the ninth also lo fifteen. Tho
set ended G-3 in Castle's f.tor. I
Tho third sot started off with
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but lost tho next, to love. The third i
was taken by Castlo to fltteep, but!
Richards evened things up by win-
nlng tho fourth to thirty. 8ome
fine, long-sustained rallies took place
(,, thi m.a nr?A Ihn imf.iainf,
wore vory excited oTWtlho struggle.
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ty. but Richards 'came again and
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score three nlH. Another vantagoset
looked probable, and the general idea
was that If Richards could win the
set ho would go close to winning the
niatcli. Tho jnung plajcr was as
fresh as possible, but Castlo looked
fagged out and tired.
The soventh gamo alio went to
Richards, and he led 4r3. Then the
end came along quickly, and
eighth, ninth and tenth gam's were
won by Castle. Richards lost threo
comes to Ioe. love aiid thirty, .re -
spectivel). Castlo thus won the!
third set of tho match and t-ok the
championship of Hawaii for the) car
1910. 1. S. Gee, the former holder
of the title, b away on the main
land, and ha will not
for tho honor.
Entries for the double champion
ship of the Islands close this after
noon at C o'clock at E. O. Fall &
Son's, and a line lot of plajers have
already entered for the event. Draw
ings will take place Immediately
after the entries close, and thn first
matches will be played tomorriw on
the Ueretanla rourts.
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The Koolau baseball nine defeated
the "Walkikl. Soldiers" In a game
played at Kanoohe lai Sunday, and
the scoro was 17 to 1. The soldiers
.,p ni.lnl.VBil n.,.1 Iho ..tuition.. Iiurf
m, i,h Itin linnl nt 111., nri-llinimt rteht '
through. The lineup nf the winning
team was as follows: John L. Sylva,
(Captain) c; Joe Bright p.; Joe, lb.;
Ah 8hong, 2b ; Pahla, 3b.; Paul, ss
aeorge, Sylva, cf.; Eddie, lf.i( Kuka'
hlwa, rf. t
On the Maklkl grounds the Kaahu -
nnnu and Normul schools will meet i
lu a baseball game, and tlio fans aro!
going to be present In numbers, I
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H COMING EVENTS.
athletic club are Invited to stud tt
In the dates of any events which tt
tt they may be getting up, (or In- tt
tt sertlon under the abovo head, tt
tt Address all communications to tt
tt tho Sporting Editor, B u 1 1 e 1 1 n. tt
Jtt MILITARY LEAGUE.
'tt May 28 Marines vs. FOrt Sbnf-
tt tcr; N. 0. II. vs. Hospital Co.
tt May 29 Kort Bhattcr vs. Cavalry,
tt PLANTATION LEAGUE,
tt May 29-t-Walpahu vs. Walanac;
tt Kwa vs. Walalua.
May 29-P. A. C. vs. C. A,
Marines vu. J. A. C.
tt Oahu Juniors.
tt May 29 Mu Hocks vs. I'alamas; tt
Asahls vs. C. A. C. Jrs.
tt School League.
tt May 28 ICams vs. Puns; Highs
11 vn RttlntM
' 11 Rkillnn Marathnn.
j Mar 30 Princess Rink
M jipoRey Tournament.
Jun'0 uV0ur nail Tournam
, uFour ,, Tournament.
May 25-iAnnual cliamplonsnip.
Junq 11 Progrcsslvp, Tourna-M
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.. jumo mwiaiiBiiB vuii.
'uno 20 Oovernor's Cup
R Ja,y f, Bea wren itace.
tt Trap Shooting,
tt May 2D Weekly Cup.
tt --Horse Racing,
tt JijJrpJnter-Island meet.
MTrns.aselfte Yacht Race.
July 8Urt from Sun Mmh
.in world's cnampiensnip plant, n
Ju'' --ne Jeffries v.. Jack'tt
tt Johnson. tt
tt Polo. tt
tt August Inter-Island Tournament, tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
the Oceah Club has been organised
and Pete Baron'n establishment hat
given up a portion of tho building for
tho members of tho club. About fifty
member of Iho Outrigger and Trail
and Trael Clubs are memocrs or ipe
Jiew concern, which Is Intended to
provide swimming and other accotn
uodatlons for tho inembors.
Jack McFadlcn would not have
much trouble' with "Sailor" Morch if
tho pair metiln'tho squared circle. Still.
I if Morch would get Into some kind ol
form, there would be some fun watch
Ing Jonathan waltzing around him foe
a few rounds. '
St. Louis College went down In rie
feat to the Kama )euterduy afternoon
to the tune ot'3 to 1 on the Alexander
Field. The Kams have now won three
games' In succession and tho team Is
doing well. '
Thore wljl be to weekly cup shoof
tomorrow afternoon aa the competi
tion has been put off for a week out of
respect to tho memory of W."WfHJI,
who died yesterday ,
Thero was no scoro made in the
skating football match 'played a( the
rink last night, The Marines and Prln
cess, teams fought It out, but neither
team could scoro. -
! This afternoon the runahou Preiu
will play the Kalulanl baseball toam
at tho nays' riotd, and a good tame
The Two Jacks"
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ATHLETIC PARK WILL
BE SCENE OF MATCH
Strong Team to Play Coait Twirlen
Big Crowd Expected to Attend
Game on Friday Afternoon.
When tho Rugby fcotball pin) era
reach Honolulu on Friday morning
they will find thnt all the nrrango
ments for them to play a baseball
gamo with a local team are complete
Tho Japaneso Athletics will meet the
mainland bunch on the Athletic Park
diamond, and a fine game i hould re
sult. The gamo will start ns soon
after one o'clock as possible, but tho
arrival time of tho Mnkura Is not at
present known, and the exact hour
of starting tho play can not bo now
The 3, A. C. team w'll be as fol
lows: Urlto, c; Kealoha, p ; Akana,
lb.; Franco-, 2b.; Kalml or Klddo
Chllllugworth, ss.; Ross. 3h.; Walk,
er, cf.: Rice, rf.; Notley, If. Thlt Is
a strong combination, although IU
plnda Is not in tho team. The Coast
plajers will be up agnlrst a Mim lot
of plajers, and It they lit', I the Ho
nolulu bo) B they will bo doing MHid
Many collcgo men of Honolulu
know tho mainland travelers, and
they state that quite a number of
good ball pla)ers aro Included In the
football bunch. The Athletic Park
chould bo crowded on Friday after
noon, nnd tho moderate charge of
fifty and twenty live cent will be
made at the gates. '
The Rugby men cabled to 17, 0.
Hall & Son ro the possibility of n
baseball game being played, and
Manager, Marcallluo of the Oahu
league soon got busy and nrrnnged
for the J. A. Cs. to play the visitors.
It was thought that as Friday Is n
working day tor cte,r)body. It wouldj
be hard to get a crowd to the park.
The Idea of having the Japanose play
l.agood one, as the Japanese fnns
Will surely crowd the bleachers and
The prospects of the local team
beating the collegians appear bright,
as the J. A. C. nine is playing real
good ball now, and Kealoha nnd
Urlto form a strong battery.
H mi DEFEATS
OUWEHONE DUE EMY
Great Game Played by Industrial
School Boys Band in Attend
nce and Uood Time All Round.
(Special Corrcsondenco.) ,
Down nt U.tlalee tlieie was soma
great base Mil On Saturday last, an t
the ginie jetween the Walalco nlno
and the uuwehono lads was an exhi
bition worth riding over to Walalco to
The game was exciting enough up
till the 80enth Inning, when the Wal-
ace lads showed their excellent work
by piling up the score In a rapid
Tom Drlght and Henry Domingo
formed tho battery for the Walalees,
and they did good work too. Sing Hee
at first did some really fine work, and
tho rest of the nine wero all on to
ihelr positions. Kano and Sam Keawe
were the king of the first and second
page for the Walalees, and Jim Kuoha
ana'aeorgo Kalllwal formed the bat'
icry for the Ouwehoncs,
The Walaltu band was playing a
sweet tune and made the Ouwehone
lads' minds out of order and they did
not know what they were catching
Tiuout. The scoro was 17 to 10 In favor
of tho Walalco aggregation,
Next Saturdaj, May 28, the Ouwo
hone vs. the Lanaklla. The game
starts at 1:30 p, m. at Walalee ground
with nlco music,
Tho official score was: ,
Sam Keawe, 2b 4 1.1 0 0
Sing Hee, ss,-p 4 2 0 0 0
Joseph Makalll, If. .....5 2 0 0 0
II. K. Domingo, p-ss,.,5 3 3 10
Tom Drlght, c S 3 4 0 2
Mokuole-keo, 3li. ,..,,,.5 3 1 0 Q
Albert K. Kane, lh S 3 3 0 1
George Kauwc, if. ...,& 1 0 0 2
Itala, rf. , ,5 10 0 0
Totals , 43 18 12 1 5
Willie Kee, rf 5 2 2 0 0
John Enoka, cf ,,,.6 10 0 0
Sam Kaaa, ss.-p. 6 1 0 1 1
O co. Kalllwal, p-ss. .,51000
Ileulu, 3b 6 1 0 0 0
Jim K. Kuoha, c 6 110 3
Freeman, lb 6 0 0 0 3
Hlranj K. Dell, 2b. ,....4 12 0 0
MpnTBIng. if i... .5 2 2Q0
' Totals ...4t 10 7 1 6
I 83 I '6 67 '.'!'"
Runs ,..,,,..., 0-0-'8 1,0,0 0-0 410
b,lRVAiO , vraartluioiolOiOio
The McRac Stock Go.
Monday, Tqesday and
"The Taming of the
Song and Dance Artists
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ANE HILA , '
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Runs 12 2 0 3 2 7 0 'IT
IVH 1 0 0 3 41 3 0 12
Two-base hits, Mokuole Kea; Hiram
Dell, Mon Sing, Wllllo Keo; three-base ,
hits, Henry Domingo, Albert Kane;
homo yiriH, 'fonijllrleht, base ou balls,
off Domingo 0, off Slug lieu 4, off Kal
llwal 4; struck out, by Domlugo S, by
Sing He0 2, by Kalllwal a, by Kaaa 1.
Passed balls, by Jim Kuoha 3, by Tom
Drlght 2. Umpire, J M. Johnson.
Tlmo of gamo 1 hrj 30 tuln
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Dick Sullivan haa entered for the
walking race thnt Is to take place on
May 30, and ho is already In training
for Iho event Nlgoi Jackson is again
out on tho warpath arranging details
and ho declares that the fifteen miles
race la going to )o the best ever
pulled off In Hawaii Nigel's head la
covered with bandage but he is aillt
hustling around as usual.
(C. Chin, a former Honolulu sch