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NIGHT AND DAY PLAY
' TOUHNAMENTS SOON
Hall Cup to Be Played for
Manoa Electric Light Tour
nament Also Big Entries
." Expected for Botli.
At Inst there Is n revival In ten
nis tournaments, nnd on Thursday
next piny In the Hall Cup will start
on the local courts. The entries nroj
now being receded for the tourna
ment, nnd n large list Is looked for
ward to by the committee In charge
of the affair.
The Hall Cup tournament will be
a frce-for,nll bnndlcnp affair, nnd It
will be p1ned on the Ilerctnnin nnd
Neighborhood courts. Should ttto
entries be cry numerous, then the
Pacific courts will be brought Into
The Mnnn.i electric light tourna
ment will be the second one of tlio
kind pulled off, nnd it shojild be just
as good as tlio first affair. Tlio
lights at the murts are In good order
now and tlio nickering has stopped.
The pay this tlmo should be Just
ns good as at the first tournament,
and that was exciting enough for
.Nowell, Al Castle, Atherton Iltdi
arils nnd nl the other expert racket
men nro In good farm nt present,
nnd ns soon ns the regular series of
tennis starts up, the bunch will soon
he showing good form on the courts.
Atherton Klchnrds lins been prac
tising n lot intely, and tlio young
plnyor Is letting Into form once
mnre. This plaer Is a very proinls
Ing young man, nnd If lie only gets
enough practise in first-class com
pnny he should before long develop
into a champion. Atherton nt pres
ent holds the Wall Cup, and If he
can get his namo on the Hull trophy
he will have done better than any
other young plnjer of Hawaii.
The Hull Cup tournament Is to bo
a handicap affair, and that lends ad
dllionnl interest to the play. The
handicaps' will be adjusted by men
who Know the pin ers nnd conse
quently nil the men who enter will
bo able to have a chance In the
tournament. Messrs. A. SI. Nowcll,
Al Castle, William Thompson tho
genial l'rnnlt must hno lieon aston'
Ishcd when he read the morning pa
per and r. K. Stcere wll do the
handicapping, and their work should
be satisfactory, as they uro aware
of the reipectlye strcrjKth'of the dif
The, Hall tournament starts on
Thursday, nnd the entries rlnso to
morrow at noon. The Mnnn.i elec
tric light tournament will start An
Thursday evenlnir nf next week and
will continue for three evenings nt
Mrs. Coulter, who returned yes
terday from the mainland, may take
a hand ln the local tennis affairs
soon. She did not come homo empty,
handed, as she nnnaxed the third
prize In the play on the mainland,
'Fi;ojiv. anywhere downtown will
Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel
- . and there you are
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
HONOT.m.ll. T 11, MONDXY, Kept.
nnd got n trophy for her prowess,
Mrs. Coulter nevpr met Miss Hotch
kiss or Mny Sutton In open tourna
ment, nlthough bIio did hnve n prnc
tire game with Miss llotchklss.
n n ji
WAIALUA HORSE WOULD
RUN JACKSON ANY COURSE
Malcli May Be Made For Early
In October Soldier King
to Arrive About October
Marathon Jackson has only to
come along to the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n of
fice nnd be matched up with Antono
Kitoo for nny distance, from fhe to
twenty-six miles. Manager Slmer-
son dropped Into this olllco this
morning and announced the fact that
Jackson could be accommodated with
n race any time about tho end of
this month or the beginning of next.
As Kaoo'H time will be tnltcn up to
wards the end of October with Sol
dler King, who Is expected to urrive
about tlio twenty-fourth, Jackson
will hno to hurry up if he wants
a match with the old Wnlnlua Horse.
Juckson mentioned a purse of S3uQ
or so, and that would bo satisfactory
to Kaoo's people. "Any distance
nny amount," appears to be tholr
slogan, nnd there are hundreds who
feel tho same way about the matter.
Still, Jackson has done soma remark
able work when In proper form, and
he will go Into hard training It a
match Is made w'lth Knoo. Such n
rnco would wake pcoplo up In prepr
arntlpn for tho day when Knoo, rep
resoitttng Huwnll, will go up against
Tli at there Is a boom In foot-rac
ing duo, Is the belief of men who
ate feeling the pulse of the sporting
Hcctlou of the community, and It
Jackson nnd Knoo will nettle, their
little dlffoicnce of opinion as to
which Is the better man over fit'
teen miles, then tho public will do
There nro a bunch of other pods
who feel that they should !iao n
chance of running against tho Coast
man, nnd It may turn out that King
will have his 'hands full while ho Is
Tho walkers are also waking ip,
and, tho tuiunl tKujakuia aanue
event Is being ( spoken of 'again.
Tli'ls' event' lids always attracted a
big crowd and tho public turns out
In great numbers to see the fat men
get over .the trail to the Walklkl
Inn. The veterans also igot onMho
Job, nnd' thejn ,tlio .regular walking
rnco Is the main attraction of the
da. Ai year there were plenty
of nrltcs and everybody got some-
thing. Dlclc Sulllvnn won out, ns
ho did tho year before, and the vot
eran Ayres covered himself with
glory by annexing second place
Then later on comes the Halclwa
annual Marathon race, and although
so far thero has not been much talk
'of It, there Is no doubt that ns
Christmas approaches, and the wallc-
Best Bardn Honolulu
CHARLIE REILLY WILL
SOON BE BUSY MAN
Bugler Sarconi and Soldier
McCollough are Anxious to
Meet Man from Mainland
Something Doing Soon,
Things nro looking up In the way
of boxing, and If half the matches
that aro being spoken about coma
off, thero will bo Joy along the local
Ilowery. Seveinl good men with tho
gloves are ready to Btep into the ring
as soon ns anybody will do n promot
ing stunt. Charlie Jlrlily Is down
hero looking for stoush, nnd ns Hit -gler
Sarconi and Soldier McCollough
are said to bo willing to take Charlie
on, there sliould ba something doing
rtellly has many friends in Hono
lulu, and he would seem to be
thought a deal of ou the mainland
also. Tho San I'm n Cisco Ilullctln
gave him n good send-off when he
left this tlmo for Honolulu. Chnrllo
is thinking of making it trip down
to Austrnlla In hopes of getting a
mnUh with some of the lightweights
of tho Antipodes.
Iluglfr Sarconi has many friends
who think that lie can tako Itellly's
measure, nnd as the Camp Very man
has Improved n lot, It would seem ns
If n match between (ho pair should
draw n crowd.
Then McCollough, who says ho can
mnko 13ft pounds, Is anxious to have
u go'nt 110111, and as the soldier li
u tough nut to crack, It may happen
that he will get n go with Rclllyj
McCollough has done a lot of boxing
lu Honolulu nnd has been fairly sue
ccssful. His KiBt public nppearaii(.e
resulted lu u defeat, however, as Jim
lloao got tho. decision ovor him at
the Aloha I'nrk. McCollough consld
eis that ho Is In better condition
now, nnd lie -will box Ilellly If nr
inngementR can be made.
Joe McOurn Is also hoping to get
n match on his return from 1 1 Mo, but
it Is hold to saj who could he put up
ngnjiist liltn. Jack Coll had It all
over Joe In the first couple of rounds
of their contest nt tho Orphcum, but
then the marine fell to pieces and;
McGurn got the decision.
When the boxers are ready nnd the
public 1m willing to patronlzo tho
game, there generally, appears some
promoter on the scene, and It may
be that within a few dus some
matches may be arranged.
The contests brought off In Ho
nolulu lately hayo .been all to the
good, and the 'fight fans hnvo had
fine bouts to look nt. If all tho box
ing exhibitions nre ns clean In tho
future, thero will bo no danger of
tho game going to (he bad here.
liitr rncA nnd other events cot start
led, the old bunch who have enjoyed
tne previous iiaieiwn anairs win join
lu and there' will ljo. one good time
spent down at Clifford Kimball's
take yoifto the '
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ANOTHER HORSE RACB
HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED
Hawaii Wonder and Clara C,
Matched for Half Mile,
Horse racing Is coming Into Its
own on Oahu, and slowly but sure
ly tho pony owners nre getting Into
line. In order to start tho gamo up
properly. The latest match arranged
Is one between IJnwnlj Wonder nnd
Clara C. The rnco Is to be over a
half-mlte course, nnd the purse (100.
,The c,vent will bo run off on Satur
day next niid a big crowd Is sure to
i Ttyc rnce In which Coplt, Mary
Vlnkl?fleld nnd Lizzie Moore will
take part should, be n beauty, and
tlen, there Is the match raco for ft
big purse between Coplt and St.
Avon. ft Is n pity thnt nil the
events can not be pulled off on the
same day, and (hen n regular race
meeting cquld be. made up by the ad
dition of a couple of pony races and
n troUJng event or two.
The Knplolunl track Is tho best In
tho Territory, as It Is n mllo In cir
cumference, nnd tho spectators nn
see everything thnt goes on. It Is
Indeed strupge that no move has
been made by the Honolulu people
to establish a regular Jockey club
CHAMPIONS TO GO TO
EUROPE FOR TENNIS
May Sutton and Miss Hotch
' kiss to Travel,
DRIi MONTR, Sept. 11. Hazel
Hatchklss, tho, noted tennis plajcr,
who is a senior student nt tho IJnl
verslty of California, and May Sut
ton of California, tho national cham
pion, will tour Hurope next year anil
will nttompt to bring home with
them nil tho double and single cham
pionships. This announcement was
made today by the Pacific States As.
boclatiou. The two California ten
nis experts wilt go ns tho guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Clerk or San
The first event they would enter
would be at llcchenham, August 1,
then tho IJnglUli championships nt
Wimbledon, commencing June 21;
then at Eastbourne, which has tho
largest entry list In the world; then
to Hamburg about August 15, They
will llnlsh at llrlghton.
California will be represented over
air the world next jear, as Blx of the
northerners aro going east and about
twelve of the southerners.
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, DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho Outrigger haoles will1' next
Saturday have another raco with the
koiia crew of paddlers, and ns the
canoes will ho changed, there Is go
ing to bo a great struggle. Kenneth
irrown and his men claim that the
Kona canoe was so much better tlinn
the one they used that they feet sure
that thdy can turn tho tables on tho
Hnwalldns at tho next meetlpg.
Tho Hcalanls are going to make
some marked chnnges In their man
ner of rowing, and as they will also
havo some races during tho year,
they will face the starter next lie-
gatta Day with a good chnnce of do
featlng the Myrtles.
The rain presented tlio Japanese
wrestling tournament from getting
under way laBt night, but, providing
that the water has drained off the,
ground where tho bouts nre to take
place, a start will be made this even
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