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MISS H0TCHKISS GIVES
CHAMPION HARD TUSSLE
Brilliant Tennis in Final Round
of Ladies' Singles Three
Hard Fought Sets May
' Sutton UnbedtalJte.
Tlio tennis championships nt Del
Monte were nearly completed by to
day's play, sayK tho KxninJuer of
September !'. The dual round In
ladles' singles wns tliitliol when
Miss Hazel llotchklss wan defeated
li Ml 83 Mny Button In n hard three
set inntrli. MIbs Sutton will piny
her sister, Miss Florence, tomorrow
In the chnllcugo match for the chain
Tho men's singles wns lirought to
the samo stage when Melville I.oiik
defeated (lernld Young In a three-
net match. Uhg will tomorrow meet
(lecirgo Janes do tho chnllengo round
of til Ih event.
In tlu' mixed doublet) Miss May
Sutton arid ncrnld Youiir will play
tho final' match ncnlnst Mltw llotcli-
ftltiB Itinl Melvlllo I.oiik, and, as tho
present champlong will not defend,
the winners will secure tho cham
The men's doubles for the Del
Monte cups nlm reached the final
Wmnil nnd'llin teams to rontend for
tlielr'liossosslnn nre Long and Slnsa
f)ali;li ami llacon and Young.
Tho llnal match between Miss
llotchklss mid Miss Sutton nrouxed
nidra Interest than nny other event
In 'tho tou'rtiament, oversliadowlnii
tin inc oiner cnniesis.
It nttracted n larger number of
xpectntors and evoked more cnthit
ulasm than any tennis before seen
at Del Monte and tho players re
sponded by furnishing tho most sen
satlonal match In Co.ixt tennis his
tory. The spci tutors, at tho close,
without exception weie satisfied that
at last they had seen Miss May Sut
ton extended to the limit nnd, forced
to show tho last iota of skill which
she possessed In order to maintain
her supiemacy. In tho first set Miss
Sutton easily won tho first three
games heforo Miss illotchklss could
reach her best form.vbut from that
time on ensued a neiSerucklng con
test, which wns In ddubt until tho
lan point had been scored. Through
out tho match Miss Sutton pursued
her usual policy of driving her op.
IKinent sharply from side to side,
r.slng a foiclinnd drive and n back
hand chop and very often running
round tho hall In order to mako her
favorite stroke but covering her
court so well that thcro seemed few
openings for her opponent.
Miss llotchklt.8 bombarded tho op
poslte back-hand court with her fine
(hop stroke and showed good Judg
ment In taking the not, wheio her
exo"iu'(lon wns nlnwa perfect nnd
whcie sho won n very largo proper
lion of her points on placed volleys.
Miss Sutton, however, was so severe
and so nccurute that the net could
Erom anywhere- downtown will take you to the
Best Bar in Honolulu
Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel--and
there you are
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
ho approached only with great cau
tion nnd iiHiialiy only after a long
After losing the first three games
Miss llotchklss won the fourth nnd
fifth, and Miss Sutton won tho next
two, making the score fl-2, Then'
Miss llotchklss evened the score nt
"-nil by taking the next three games,1
hut Mls Sutton rnn out tho next
two games and won the first set by!
a score of "-.".
In the second set, Miss llotchklss
took the lead at once with threo
gnmci, and after Miss Sutton had
taken one game, secured a lead of
r.-l. During these games Miss Sut
ton drove out nnd netted more halls
than usual, ami her opponent scor
ed frequentl) on lino volleys. Miss
Siitton, by n desperate effort In tho
hardest play of tho match, yifp jthroo
straight games and mado tho' score
4-R, but Miss llotchklss took the
next gamo nnd won tho set by n
s(ro of C-4.
In tho third nnd last set Miss
Sutton took tho lend, and though
Miss llotchklss managed to mako the
score n-all, then 4-nll, sho was un
able to get past her rival, and final
ly los.t the mntih by a scoro of 7-5,
4-0, C-4. '
On the following day Miss May
Sutton plued her sister Florence
and beat her, as already announced
'CHARLIE REILLY IS
' GOING TO SYDNEY
Popular Lightweight Wants to.
Foljow in Dick Cullen's
Charle -llcllly, tho well-known
lightweight boxer, blew In on tho
Sierra this morning. Charlie has
traveled n lot slnco ho was In Ho
nolulu Inst, nnd he fought over In
New York Stato several times. .He,
wns unfortunate enough to Inji'iro
his elbow and UuU handicapped him
a lot. '
Hellly Is very sorry to think that
ho Just missed meeting I.'d, Madison,
who went to tho Coast on Wednes
day last. As there does not seem
to he anybody In town at present
who could take Itcally on, ho is
thinking of continuing ou to Aus
tr.illu if he can mako arrangcmcnti
with Hugh Mcintosh and his bunch
of stars ou tho .ealaudla.
According to Charlie, Oeorgo To
let son Is out of the boxing gamo nt
present, unci Is working In the Itu,
nor business. Iltues, who will lie
rcmcmbeied us it long Indlvlduil
who vtslt,ed .Honolulu at the saiue
time as I'etersou, IsiMlkno'cklns
nronnci 'Frisco, doing ,n,oj;hljig fit
Chmllo Hellly should do well In
Australia If he gets a chauco to go
down, nnd us Dick Ciillcn seems to
be nuking money, there Is no rea
son why the lad wiio outpointed
Dick In several flnhts should not
bo u drawing enrd In tho land of
tho kangaroo and sport.
II tl n
On hoaul tho Kcalnndln, which
will piocced to Australia tomnnow.
is an aggregation of pugllU-s. an J
the chief star among them Is Hilly
I'apke, who Is known nil over tho
world as the innn Who seems to hnv
scared Stanley Kctcholl. Hugh Mc
lutosh Is taking tho pugs to Aus
tralia, where thoy will ho matched
against the best that tho Antipodes
can at present produce
SIX WEEKS OF G00O
Henry Chillingwo'll- and David
uu&nu win mui u& um
pires Champions to Get
It is cood nnWs tn hear that tho
hall fans will be soon seeing some
I. nan!. ..II nil. I I. .1 t. a AII.IaIIa tn -l '
will bo tho see no of action. The
Onhu league last night held Its post
poned meeting, nnd n schedule for
the second half of tho 1910 scries
The settlement in regards to tho
Wasedn series was made, nnd every
thing went off with n swing that
promises well for the smooth run
ning of tho league's affairs In the
Twelve games will bo played, nnd
'the series will last Btx weeks. There
will 'be two games every Sunday aft
ernoon, nnd the schedule looks very
nt'tWctlve. Tho Marines aro down
for tho' first gume threo Sundays out
of 'tho six, 'and In .a way It suits
them best, as1 they have to get back
to their quarters on time for dinner.
The opening doublcheader takes
place on Sunday, September -.', and
the games will bo: Marines vs. Jap.
anesc Athletic, nnd Chinese Ath
llotlc1s'vs;"I,ortuguft8e Athletics, !lo(h
sufttlld do w'oll fiVstlr the fans up
and" to creatc"n loL'of Interest In fho
The question of umpires eamo up,
and Henry Chllllngwnrth, who had
been prevailed upon to reconsider
his resignation, was Induced to take
on tho Job again. Thcro was much
satisfaction expressed when It wns
announced that "Klddo" would ac
cept the position. As an assistant,
David Desha was appointed, unci be
tween them the two )oimg experts
should be nble to please nearly all
the fans. To please all Is Impossi
ble, and tho same old kicks will
doubtless be registered by men who,
at n distance of two hunched feet,
declare n man Is safe or otherwise,
notwithstanding -that tho umpire,
who was within n few feet of tfio
play, calls the opposite to what the
Tho second seiles of the Onhu
league will last till tho end of Oc
tober, and unless wot weather ln
torfeics a lot, thero should bo tho
samo old rrowds at the Athletic
I'nrk ovory Sunday afternoon. The
Oahu Juniors will play their games
In tho mornings, and thero will bo
baseball alt day long, with n short
Interval for luncheon,
n ts si
Antono Kaoo. the"Vnlnlua Horse,"
has slgiilfled'hls willingness to run
Soldier King nny distance from five
miles to the full Marathon distance.
The soldier champion will probably
leave San Francisco about October
24 for Honolulu, and tho rnco will
he run soon after.
REGATTA DAY FINAL
Crews Aro Ready and Anx
ious for Fray Special
Pair Oar Great.
Tomorrow will bo Itegaltn Day,
nnd nil tho hard work of tho men
who have been fur weeks past train
ing on the harbor will end when
tho pistol nnnouiii.es tho finish of
the different rnces. The seniors, Ju
niors, freshmen nm pair-oar men
will take things easy on Sunday In
stead of wending their way down to
the boat clubs nnd putting In a cou
ple of hours' hard work In the shed
nnd on the wnter.
All tne crews nro wound lip for
tho test, and II won't be l:ck of con
dition that beats any of tho men,.
The Healunls and Myrtles are exhib
iting the greatest rivalry about tho
faces, and tho result should be u
line day's sport.
Last evening the crews were out
on tho wnter, and somo good spins
wero done by the seniors and fresh
men, who seemed to pair off for tho
rowing stunts. The Ilealanl fresh
men hit up a good clip nnd rowed n
fine even stroke; they Bhould give a
good nccount of themselves tomor
row, Tho special pair-oar crews are
looking fine, anil this raco Is going
to causa much excitement. It was
planned to start the special third on
the program, Instead of way down
eighth, where It was first scheduled
to be. Tho first ia:e will start ut
9 o'clock, and by that time the club
houses should be crowded.
ROWING CLUB'S DANCE
TO BE BEST EVER
Good Music, Fine Floor, Pretty
Girls and Long Pro
gram Op Tap. ,
Tomorrow night at tho Young
Motel, tho ilanrn given by the Myr,
tlo nnd Ilenlanl boat clubs will bo
the best ever brought off nt the closo
of Hegntta Day. A flno program of
waltzes, and two-steps has been ar
ranged, and from an cni hour till
midnight nil will bo fun and toy.
Tho miiilc wjlll bo supplied by
ICunt's string band, and ever) body
knows what Hint means. The lloci,'
Is In perfect condition, and us nil
the pietty girls of Honolulu nro to
he present,' there Is no doubt of n
good time belnd had by the members
and their friends.
The committed In charge of tlio
affair Is us follows; II, V. llalley
(chairman), flerirgo (lull, J. II. Mc
Swunson, II, O'Suillvnn, Robert Chll
llngworlh, K. Schleber, 8. A. Walker
nnd W, JIcTIghe. Tho floor mnn
ager wilt he Sam Walker, and he
will have us assistants O. I,, Soreu
son uqd W. W, Harris.
Tho program calls for fourteen
regular dances, anil then thcro nro
four extras on tho cards also. Theso
extras will probably ho stretched tci
eight or ton before the evening Is
pan and tho more tho merrier. Tho
tickets for tho danco nro going off
fast, and u huge crowd Is oxpected
to be present when the first two
step, "flood Sports," is played.
ii It H
Tho big Japanese wrestling tour
liumont starts up on Monday next,
nnd seventy-slxgContestaiitH havo su
far announced their Intention of
n n n m a u n n :: it ti
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it Address all communications to It
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DICK SULLIVAN IS
WELL AND STRONG
Popular Athlete Coixies In On
Sierra Charlie Rcilly
Dick Sullivan, the popular ath
lete, returned on the Sierra this
morning, nnd ho looks remarkably
well. All the talk of Dick being III
wns poppycock, 'llnd' thoiwell-knowii
niidv'wHIWICO'l xouugufcjlow Is feel
ing splendid. He onjo)cd his trip
to the CoastAery much, and while
away renewed his friendships with
many Honolulu people who have set
tled on tho mainland.
"Yes," remarked Dick this morn
ing, r"l ilawiFonio, boxing- whllo on
tho Coas! ((JcWc'roed n fyi'tcst be
tween1 TrliiMo nnd.i;iarlle Norvall,
nnd . the.. sailor got tho decision.
Trlnkle Is tho sailor who boxed lnv ,
Honolulu nt the t lino of tho visit or Vi
the big fleet, unci Norvall Is known
us a good man with tho gloves, 1
saw fleorge Peterson, the innn I box
ed some time ago, nnd ho seemed
about the samo us ever. j
"Charlie Hellly eamo nlong on tho
Sierra, and he thought ho would lu
able to get n match with Madison,
hut I see thnt tho long fellow has
gone bnck to tho Const.
"I did not sco anything of Jack
Cordell, hut I hear that ho has gouo
Knst to break Into tho six-round
game, I urn sorry I missed Cordell,
'as I would have liked to have heard
him talk of the go ho hud with l'at.
Dick saw Jack Denshani In Snn
Francisco, nnd sas that tho sporting
writer Is doing well and seems
"Say," added Ulchard, "I seo that
people hnve been alluding tn ma ns
n dead one; I don't look much llko
that, do 17 Why, I hnve put on L
weight, nnd am n lino sample of a
live corpse." And with that tho
most popular nthleto In Honolulu
blew nut onto King street to be
greeted by a bunch of friends who
had heard that ho had returned on
n ti ti
At 4 o'clock this nfternnon the
cnmmltteo of the Hoy Scouts will
meet to nrrnnge n public gather
ing of those lillerestccl In tho move
ment. Tho football season Is showing
signs of life and this afternoon tho
College of Hawaii will try unci get.
n team out for u first practise.
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