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CASTLE AND LOW
LOSE TO COOKE BROS.
Nowell-Steere Will Play Cooke and
Cooke in Finals This Afttrnoon
Great Match Expected.
On Saturday afternoon the double
tennis championship of tho Hawaiian
Islands advanced to the semi final
stage, and two mafchon necessary to
decldo who Khali play in the flnali
this afternoon were played ofT. Now
ell and Steero defeated Athertoi. Rich,
ards and Clark after the full tho nets
were played, and the jounger p!aern
got twenty-five Karnes to the winner's
twenty-eight. The sets went as fol
lows, 9 7, AG, C 3, 3 6. C-3, and It was
one great fight from start to finish:
there was no telling which pair would
win till the match ended.
Richards and Clark played a fine
game, hut now and again failed at
critical moments. Still It was wonder
ful the way the young players fought
for the first set, and they went close
to winning It, too. If they had, tho
match would have been t heir's without
a doubt. In tho second set they
showed real good form, and reversed
tho decision of the first. However, in
the third Bet Richards and his partner
fell away and made many mistakes.
They both found the net frequently
and a great number of shots wero
played out of court.
Then In the fourth set the lads
sparkled up and had not much diffi
culty In winning It to three games.
The excitement was then Intense oh
bqjh, pairs bad. won two sets, and the
fifth would decide tho matter.
The tennis was beautiful from the
starf and fqr the flrat couple of games
me pace was lernnc. nowuii piayeu
up as be never, has. before, and Steere
who appeared to ,bo getting better the
longer He, played, .did name tine work,
The ounker players wpre- played right
oftltKelr feet, and the veterans took
the rfftll and deciding set to three
games. , t ,
Tho other match, between Castle-
Uow and Cooke-Cooke, was a sur
prise to most people, who fancied
that Castle and his partner would bo
the champions this year. Howover
Cooke and Cooke won three set
out of tho four played, and the scoro
was: 4-0, 6-4, C-3, C-2. The first set
started oft at a whirlwind rate., and
Castle and Low looked very confident
as thoy played. They showed good
form and took tho first set to four
games. Thon Cooko and Cooko ex
actly royrsed tho scoro In tho second
set and won 6-4. They also took tho
next two sets in easy fashion as neith
er Castle nor Low seemed able to
And tho courts. Cooko and Cooko
took the third and fourth sets, C-3, 6-2.
and tho match ended.
This afternoon Nowell hnd Steero
will meet Cooke and Cooko afid'a most
Interesting and exciting match should
be seen. It Is hard to say which team
wilt win and tho .full five seta will
probably ho played.
W is it
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Marines won a tugof-war
against the Fort Shatters last night
at the rink. On Baturday night the
potato raco was won by Alfred Hap
tlsta, but he was later on disquali
fied and the first prize given to John
The Inter-Sales beat the Sham
rocks In a basegall game yesterday.
Tho score w"s 10 to 6. '
Is' the best plaqft ml town tfoi the thirsty,
man' who appreciated comfort, courteous
treatment and congenial, club-like sur
roundings as much as he does his cheer
ing glass ?
" It's .The , Fashion
Hotel near Fort
UfrirttWjnfa m i,r ui i ft.
S P RTS
TWO GAMES, PLAYED
TIRST INFANTRY AND
U. S. MARINES WIN
Barry's Beauts Go Down in Defeat
to Sumner's Smllers The Fort
Ruger Nine Beaten by Half
Wets. On Saturday afternoon at tho
League grounds there were two games
placd In the Military series, and some
excitement was caused bj the fact that
the First Infantry team was to go up
against the famous Hospital Co. nine.
And the Infantry certainly did go up
against the "ncauts" and licked them,
too, by a score of 11 to 8 The game
attracted a lot of attention, and there
were many who thought that tho orig
inal Harry's Iltai ts would beat their
brothers in arms. However, Sumner's
Smllers went aftir the Reams from
the llrst hall pltcl ed, and In the sec
ond, third and fot rth Innings scared
two, three and one respectively. Then
In the sixth they added one more, and
then to put tho "klb isbb on tho Demits,
piled up four runs .n tho eighth.
All the DeautH could do was to make
one In the first, twe In the. third, live.
In the fifth and tUt ended their
scoring. John Williams and Soarcs
formed the battery fcr the Heauts, and
tnoy stiould be anon asstrong as
any that can he fount. However, the
Klrst Regiment had lot much trouble
In finding both Wllll.imi and Flores,
who also pitched, and thj game ended
as stated. -A.
The second game was between the
Marines and Kort ttugorltoa, and tho
half-wets won by i, scoro of 7 to 6.
The Tort Ruger bys woie the first
to score, and they plied up three In
their third Inning, Then the Marines
managed to get one, In their half of
the same Inning, hut the Hugent addod
two more to their total In the fourth,
and the scoro stood at 3 to 1, The
lingers looked all over winners, nnd
the supporters of the halt wets began
to feel had. However, in tho fifth
Inning tho Marines made two runs,
and then In the seventh got four men
In over tho plate, nnd led their oppon
cnts by two runs.
Tho Marines tried three pitchers
Illnes, Pejton and Adams, but Gibson
was not called lnt( the gamo. Sinclair
caught for tho Marines, and he did
well enough, altlnugh there are lots
of fans who miss old ro'lablo Ander
son, who used to catch for the half'
For tho Fort Riser tiom Long and
Brown pitched and Viughn did the
catching. Urown struck out three men
and Long four, ar d. they both did well
enough all thlngi considered.
Tho Rugerltcs aro Improving a lot
and It Is practlco that Is doing tho
trick. 'The lads who man tho guns
should do well after a while and the
more actlvo service thoy get on tho
diamond, the bettor they will become,
Tho official scores of both games arc
Fort Rugors ...0 0320000 0 B
Marines 0 0102040 7
Summary: Two-base hit, Illnes;
sacrifice hit, Long; stolen basos,
Rents. Hlnes 2, Shelby. Makln; double
play, Rcntz to Oeorga; hits, off nrown
5 In 5 innings, oft Long 2 In 3 Innings,
off Peyton 4 in 3 innings, off Hlnes 4
In 3 innings, off Adf ms 2 In 3 Innings;
struck out, by I'cy.on 1. by Hlnes 2,
by Adams 1, by Brawn 3. by Long 4;
bases on balls, Pey.on 1, Brown 3; hit
by pitcher, Brannan; wild pitch.
JjkV- . .-
BIG CROWD TURN.
OUT AT PARK
PORTUGUESE AND J. A. C.
TEAMS WIN OUT
Marines and. Chinese Athletics Do
Not, Play Up to Form Teves
4 Does Good Work.
At the Aihletta Park yesterday
afternoon theie were two games of
bauelml jiluyed, and although one or
thorn was fairly good, the other, be
tween the Marines and J. A. Cs..
was fieri e. There won a good-Blze'd
ciowd present, and the Hawaiian
hand played choke selections during
One thing that will have to be
slopped at the Park Is the open bet
ting that went on jesterday. The
thing was barefaced, and although
only two men were prominent In lay
ing wngers, there were plenty more
who were betting on the quiet. The
open wagering should bo stopped at
once, or else something serious will
hit Sunday baseball.
The Park authorities arc deter
mined to stop the practise, and Man
ager MarcaDlno of the Oahu league
warned the offenders. Although
there may not be much harm In one
man making a harmless wugcr with
a friend about the outcome of a
game, the manner nnd extent of the
htttlng on ball games might lead
people to believe that the best teams
do not alwajs win. However, the
Oahu league officials will see to It
that no betting that can be prevent
ed will lu future be allowed.
Now to a more pleasanPsflUJebtTf
The first game, between the C, A.
Cs. and P. A Cs , resulted In a nor,
row victory .for the Portuguese by u
scoro of 4 to iS. As a matter of fact
the Chinese should have won the
game. They had several chances of
scoring, butinlwas managed tu spoil
thlugsjiefore they got men over the
The P. A. Cs. had some Hick In
winning, although they played up
well together, and Teves, who made
a beautiful three-bagger, did good
work. Aklna of the Chinese did
splendidly at second, and his field
ing was a treat to watch. His one
hand stops and brilliant catching
were as good as has been seen on
When the C. A. Cs. went 'up to
hat tor the last time, a decision was
given by Umpire Joy that may end
In tho game being protested. One
man was down, oie man on first,
and batter hit a high Infield fly
which camo down between second
and first, after the former had Jug
gled with -It for a second or two. Iji
the meantime the batsman hnd run
townrd first, and the man who was
Adams; passed ba'l, Sinclair; umplro,
Hospital Corps. 1 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 0-8
N. O. II 0 2 3 I 0 1,0 4 U
Summary: Throo-baso hit. Ho,
Joseph 2, R. Chllllngworth; sacrlflco
hit, Akana, Thompson; stolen bases,
l:n Suo, Walker, J. Florcs, Flores (N.
O. II,); doublo plays, Ho to.Kn Sue,
Akana to Townsend; hits, off OHulll
van 8 In 5 Innings, off Lemon 0 In 4
Innings, off Flores t In 3 Innings, oft
Williams 8 In 5 Innings; struck out, by
O'Sulllvan 1, Lemon 3, Flores 1, WH
Hams 2; bases on balls, by O'Sulllvan
1, Lemon 1. Flores 3, Williams 2; hit
by pitcher, O'Sulllvan; wild pitch, Wll
Hams; passed ball, Sumner.
"The Two Jades'
there before, on seeing the fielder'
drop the ball, started off for second.
Joy gate both men out, and tho gamo
ended. Then there was much talk
over the decision and many nrguAJ
ments ensued. The matter will bo
threshed nut later on, but at present
the feeling Is that the C. A. Cs.
should have won the game by scor
ing in .the fourth Inning, and that
the decision In the last half of the
ninth had nothing to do with the
Kn Sue was lu the game, nliuough
he should have been resting his
iiliklc, which wns sprained on K.il
utday at the league grounds. The
game little fellow, however, hit up
u peach of a two-bagger, and If he
had only been nble to run In his
usual form Instead of having to limp
around the diamond, he would have
made It n triple for sure.
The second game was between the
Marines and J. A. Cs., nnd It was. n
runaway affair from the start. The
Murines had l'ejfon In the box for
two Innings, and then Adams took
his place. Neither twlrler puzzled
the Japanese, who simply scored
when they liked nnd were assisted
In every possible way by the errors
of some of the half-wets. The of
flclal scores of both games were:
J. A. C.
Runs 0& 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 10
Rase hits 0.U 1 0 2 0 0 1 0-rlll
U. S. M. C.
Runs ,...000 0 0 1 20 0 .1
Base hits 010001211 tl
Left on bases, J. A. C. 7, U. 8. M.
C. 4; first base on errors, J. A. C. 8,
V. S. M. C. 1; double pln Makln
to Hujes. Makln to Davis to Slorp,
Hlnes to Hn)es; hit by pitcher,
Rice; struck out, by I'ejlon 2,
Adams 1, Kealoha C; bases on called
balls, off Peyton 1, Kealoha 1; wild
pitches, Adams 2, Kealoha 1; pass
ed ball, llrlto; innings pitched, by
Peyton 2, Adams 7; hits, off Peyton
0, Adams 4. Umpire, II. Joy; time
of game, 1 hour IS minutes.
p. a. a
Runs 0 2 00 2 000 0 I
Base hit 01011000 11
C. A. C.
Runs 0000 10 1 1 01
Base hits 0 110 2 112 1 P
Three-base lilts. Teves, A sain 2:
two-base hit, KnSuc; left on bases.
P. A. C. 3, C. A. C. 0; first base oh
errors, P. A. C. 1, C. A. C. 3; double
plajs, Souza to Soares to Suuxt.
JSoaresto, Joseph to Souza; hit by
pucner, iaii Toon; strucK nut, n
Apau G.t Freltas'4; bases on called
balls, off! Apau fi; passed balls, Che
Bui 3. rumplrc, 11. Joy; scorer, W.
Itaposor'itlma of game, I, hour -20
minutes. I $
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FIFTEEN. I1ES RACE SET
Fast Times May Be Recorded at the
Xeague Grounds All Peds in
This afternoon at tho I.eaguo
grounds the much talked of fifteen
miles running race will come off, un
less the ra'n Is too heavy altogether,
and a fine event should bo seen. All
the fourteen runners are In tho best
of form und tho oxygen machine, that
Is to revive tho exhausted peds. Is all
ready for too men.
Nigel Jackson will endeavor to
show what the gas can do for a man
when he uf nil In, and most of tho
other runners will tako a sniff at tho
magic hag. Antono Kaoo, however, la
reported to have sworn off as regards
ox) gen and ho will endeavor to win
on his own lungs, pluck and heart.
Everything Is in readiness for the
raco this afternoon, nnd (hero should
bo a big crowd present when the
starting gun is fired. Tho walking
raco will also attract a lot of atten
tion and Dick Sullivan Is expected to
go closo to winning the event.
Tho officials aro all chosen, and the
Judges aro men who will keep a sharp
eyo on tho runners and sea that thcro
Is no crooked business of any sort, A
now record Is expected to be put up
over the fifteen miles today, but the
rain will probably mako tho track
heavy and slow the men down.
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