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GREAT MATCH HORSE RACE
OUT AT KAPIOLANI PARK
LIZZIE MOORE WINS HALF-MILE SPRINT BY A NECK MARY
WINKLEFIELD RAN CAME RACE THOUSANDS OF SPECTA
TORS SEE EVENT.
That tin' time Is rlio tor n re. iih Mnrkhnin dropped the ling
vlval uf horse mcIiib hi Honolulu
wuh very evident ) eaterduy after
noon, when miiiio f(inrv thouiiaiid
men, women und
HAZEL HQTCHKISS CHAMPION
TENNIS PLAYER OF STATE
MRS. COULTER DEFEATED IN SEMI-FINALS BY MISS MEYER;
SCORE, G-4, 0-1 MELVILLE L0N? WINS MEN'S CHAMPION-SHIP.
Tlio scores wore, as follows
Men's single Mel Ixiiir defeated j:
Kottrell. 6-0. f.-l, C-3.
Mclvlllo I-ong and Mien Hazclf
W. hail the luilde running, and Bho HotclikUs added new laurel to their
nude the licit of It. Her rider was ....,. i n, .iriiv. .,. HiJ
not an expert and lie shaped lt) had- , ,. , , , . ,, I Men's douhles Mel
., .,.!. n,.ii. who h.l tl, Chronicle of Angina 88. when they . . . . .
children gathered Inmlnt on J.luln Moore. The Ha- annexed the State titles In men's n,i h. llatkln, C-l, 7-5
I'arli tu wutch one WIIinll was ivIiiie out on the mare's nml women s Mingles in me auue. Women's Blniiles Mls
eveul -mid that took only forty-nine k tll t,p approved Tod Sloan chnintiloiwlilii tetmls tuiirnami-iit Hint Hotehkliw defeated Miss (loldn Mey-.lt Sept. K O. Hall Tup.
mid one ha.f seconds to run. Hill tvi wi,iip i1P ilcr io0kev
lleckley's iimio. I.lzzlo Misire, heat nt liver s 'mount's hack.
Manuel Andrews Mary Wlnkollleld
over a hulf-inlle couise, nml only did
It liy n ntvk.
The riowd was a real holiday one
and picnic turtle were s altered nil
over the pirk. K.ich clump of trcea
hail a fnmllv gathering henenth.
There "were Mrs of nil kinds, nnd
enih one thnt ranie aloiiK eniplled a
IiIr hunch of spoir'feekers, who
iliilckly made their way towards the
The lute wax supposed In start
at .1 o'clock, hut It was after four
wuen tho horses lined up nt the
half-mile post. Tho delay wai
caused liy Mary Winkelllcli!; that
spirited little lady plaed up In great
fashion, mid It took some consider.
able time to Ret her to tho Martins
post. The mnio acted In, a crazy
r.uhlon mid took n lot out of herself
liefore tho rnc started.
,i -lleckley's mine was Wlnjly' wait
(jiff' In n sliad' spot fOr"liver mi
hour, and ns the ince was started
Immediately iikiIi the arrival of An
drews' racer, the latter had much
the wonfo of the ileal.
Thdre Vore only u-few people at
the BtarlliiK poi.t, hut on tho Hw.t
sjilo of the track and around the
wlnnliiK post were snmo thoiisanls
n'r speitntors. Mot or the Iomts at
horse-rncltiR hnd n hat or two het
on tho resuU of tho rnco. Jerry
llroderlck was wmulerltii; nroiiml
telllUB overyhoily what his little
mnre Coplt could do tho half-mllo
In, The old sport Is pietty sure to
match his little champion against
sumo of tho local ponies lieforo Ioiik.
Kd, Lewis was one of the Judges,
and he kept a keen oyo on the pro
ceeding. Hen HollliiKcr handled
tho watch In his usual expert fash
ion, and ns theio were many small
wagers as to what time the half-
mile would lie done In, Hen's post
Hon wus a responsible one.
There was u huzz of excitement
ns )t was Keen that Mary Wlnkel
field had rea-hed the stnrtliiR post,
and the crowd got on tip-toes In or
der to not miss any of the fun.
(leorgo Miirkliam was handling the
llaK nnd his Instructions were that
the horses should go n hundred yards
helilud the starting post mid then
come up to the mark nt rncliiB speed
and make a Hying start of tho affair.
Thcro were many people who pre
dieted that tho horses would not ho
gotten nway at the first attempt,
hut It happened that they did, and
the flag fell to as good a start as
has been seen In these Islands. The
first furlong Mary V. ,,ullo .,),
,... ...!.( ... i1..n. ..,, tl..i 11,il
WaS "'S IMUUftHfc IU I liuoo .u v-
i versify of California courts. They
hoth figured to win nt tho outset of
the tourney, nnd neither of them
led liy a half length,
Moore hard held and going well
within herself. At .the halfway
matte Mary still il liy half a,
length, with Optoplo watching her
i-losely. The nnttvo In il evidently
was calculating on a close finish; ho
I-ong did not hnve to extend Min
er, c-2, n-. i
Women's special cvont Mrs. Nel
meyer defeated Miss A. flrceiiberg,
r-i', :!. I
As was expected. Miss Hazel
llotchklss and Miss Ooldn Meyer
tt n n tt t: n u n :: :: t: : ti n u i: tt
II COMING CVENT9, ti
ti Secretaries and manager of, it
tt nthletlc clubs are lnlleil to seuil.il
it In tho dates (if any events which il
!i I bey may bo getting up, for In it
it portion under the nhovn htyd. it
it Address nil commiiiilc.tlloni to it
it the Sporting 1-Mltor, II u 1 1 o 1 1 u. it
it Oahu Juniors, tt
ti Sopt 11 -.Unlit vs. l'alainai. it
it Sept It.- Mil Hoiks vs. Asabls. ii
tt nH it
lit Oct. M l-'nur Hall, r.mrsoini'. II. il
Long nnd n l. ('., Mnannlua.
K. Kottrell tt Cricket.
-2. lit Sept. in Match.
llnzcl it Tennis.
it ti it II ti
J". Annual lies
:t ti tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ii tt tt
finals cstenlay against Kottrell he
showed that he was in n class ahead
of the rest of the plaers. Ho won
In three straight sets, all of which
wero easy. In the first lie never lost
knew that thero was a danger of n R!me( nm, , e 8Ccoml ,.vtlre
l.lzzle Moore running off the track,
and therefore was content to keep
her nose Just about the other mare's
At three furlongs l.lzzle Moore be
gan to cieep up, nnd then the other
llder diew his whip. I.lzzln got to
within n neck of the flying Mury
and then stii'k there for a second
or two. The result looked In doubt!
during (bo last hundred jnrds, hut
Oploplo lifted his mount along In
great fashion and landed ui winner
by nr loiigl neck.
Then Iheto .wns n great scene of
excitement, nnd tho men who were
behind the winner grabbed Oploplo
ind carried him rhouldor-hlgh till
over the place. I lie notKiey nuncn
went up n tho air with Joy, nnd
Tor many minutes after tho race
was finished there wero oheers given
for Hie male mid rider. '
Start the Game Here.
That horse lacing could he es.
tnbllshed In Honolulu Is the firm
opinion of men who know tho game,
Tho public will attend for sure, and
If the matter Is gone about propeily.
tho sport kbould be a success from
the very start. It Is Indeed strange
that Maul nnd Hawaii can hold nt
least an annual meeting, and yet the
capital of the gioup cnu only get a
match race on e In a blue moon.
With meetings on Maul, 'Hawaii
nnd O.ihu say two at each place
during tlm j car It would be pos
slblo for litany owners to have
horses In training all the time prac
tically, and the gee-gees Would have
a chance to earn their oats. Kvery-
body with any kind of led blood In
their veins would attend n race
meeting, mid the sport should
If th'e proper men would get Into
tho gnmo and see to It thnt any
crooked work would mean Instnnt
ruling off from all tracks within the
Territory, there Is no reason In the
world for not getting the sport of
kings going nt once. Maul Is all
right, anil long may the Kahulul
and Wnllukii rate meeting flourish
but there Is no reason why Hono
lulu Bhould not get Into the game
and provide sport for the stny-at,
home bunch, who ran not tnnnnge
self In any of his matches. In the worked their wny to the Hunts, nnd
fought It out for tho title this aft
The first set between Miss Meyer
and Mrs. Coulter, the champion of
Honolulu, wns n close and Interest
ing one, nnd went to G-4, but In
tho second set Miss Meyer had her
measure nnd lost one game In the
it tt tt
TWO (LOSE OAIHES AT
. nm m mm
marcs wero raring head and head to make the inter-Island trips.
took only one. In the last set rNit
trell played better and showed that
he will have to be reckoned with In
championship events In tho near fu
ture. I-ong played n back-court game
entirely, and rarely went to the net,
as It was not necessary In order to
win his points.
'Clin tnitrnnmmit thin vn.tr hilil lrout
class to tt than iln'y 'privjous one.
mid tt wns Just n gift for the na
tional clay ourt champion.
The, match between Mlsi Hotch
kss mid Miss (Jolila Meyer was an
interesting oi)e, although Miss llotch
klss won It) straight seta. A groat
many of tho games wero long deuce
affiiliH, mid bad Miss Meyer been
better In overhead smashing sho
would probably have won more
Miss llotchklss plajed nearly alto
gether from the bono line, as did her
opponent, und thero wore many long
rallies. The national champion drove
well mid placed thubnll with great
accuracy close to tho back lino and
made some pretty passes down tho
Miss Mo-p.- drove well, particular
ly with her bjuKhaiid. but nt times
she did not seem to try. as she let
many shots pass her without making
an effort to get them. In the Inst
Bet each player took her opponent's
service game until tho sixth game
wns nlaed. at which ixilnt In tho
match Miss llotchklss won her nwn
service and that of her opponent and
had n comfortable lead of G-3. Miss
Meier won tho next game, hut It
was her Inst, as Miss llotchklss, by
some well-placed drives, won the
next game, set. und match
Double Won Straieht.
Tho men's doubles title went tn
Mel Long nnd Ward Dawson of
Southern California In three straight
sets from Kottrell nnd llatkln. Tills
inntch brought out some good ral
lies nnd pretty tennis, although the
two young players from the park
club were no match for the winning
In tho women's special singles,
Mrs. Nelmeyer proved tho best of the
fair players entered by defeating
Miss Cirecnberg In straight sets, C-'J,
Australia's Own Comedian
MISS ALMA LYNDON
From the Rickard Circuit
BANVARD & FRANKLIN
Acrobatic Sketch Team
Punahou Beat Marines by 11 to 0
Army Bine Defeats the N. a. H.
Team Series Now Ended.
Them wero" t'Cif games of ball at
tho leag'Hr.romidsyr'Bferuay after
noon and they iij"-e both v, ell. worth
seeing, riia. lltt t W-.u. 'pilt up by the
I'unnhoiis 'i'd ALirlJies and ended in n
wine for tlpf Oabii College Alumni by
a scoro of li lo V.
Tho Pirns, pile I up four runs In
their third Inning, nnd one mora In
their II fib I'hey then led by n score
o! Ii to 0, jii: In Hie second half of
the fifth Hi" Ma rlii. s scored a couple
ol men, .in.l the tally on tho board
looked better. The Marines added one
more in the tdxlh Inning, and then
there was uoiIi'ik doing till tho
eighth, whe t tlm Puns enmu along
with thr 'lis and the game looked
iih giinil a tu
The hair-li'ts 'J fie not lo ho de
nied, hiiwevi'.', nnd they piled up six
runs In tlnilr hulf of tho eighth. The
sioie then flood nt 9 to S In favor of
the Marines, nnd Ihey looked like win
ners. However, the Puns pulled
themselves together nnd hitting In
great styK inado three runs und
again took tho .cad. Tho Mnrlnes
could not fti'oro In their last Inning
nnd the gii'n-t ended in a win for tb"
Tho second ,u.no wua put up W
the Mllltarv and ii. O. II. teams, and
It resulted In a win for the Army bv
n score of to a. Tho series Ik now
flnlshed, and unless tho special lot of
games befvoe'i ri Saints and Puns
ue pinycii, tiiorr win not ua any
thing doing In "big' league circles for
some time to con.o.
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