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TENNIS TOURNAMENT GETS
UNDER WAY THIS iUIQNOON
PLAY WILL TAKE PLACE AT FOUR DIFFERENT CLUBS.
TWENTY-THREE ENTRIESCASTLE AND LOW WILL
PLAY FIVE VIRTUAL SCRATCH MEN.
At half past four o'clock this aft
ernoon, play In the Hall Cup tennis
tournament will start up, and four
dlrrercnt cluli courts will ho In use.
Matches will ho plajod on tho Hero,
tanla, Pnrlflr, Neighborhood mid Ma
non courts, and the tank of getting
around and seeing nil tho piny U
the first and second rounds of tho
tournament nio plated, there will
bo tin difficulty, and then tho
matches will probably bo placd tit
At noon jesterday there were
twenty-one entries recorded, nnd It
Is pleasing to note that slnco then
A. I, C'aBtle and Captain 1-ow hnvo
Joined tho throne It would not
seem to bo much of n tournament
without the champion of the Terri
tory nnd the Renin) captain from tho
mailncs being seen In action,
Set en matches In all will be play
ed this afternoon, and they will bo
as follows:. On llorctnln.t courts
.Vow ell i Stuglchurst, Guard vs.
Sinclair and llockus vs. Gray. On
tho Pacific courts Theodore Hlchards
will play Collins, and J. Watcrhouse
will tackle Atherton Hlchards. There
will he one match on tho Neighbor
hood courts, where Schmidt will play
Stanley. On tho Manoa courts. Sav
age, the l'uuneue plajer, will meet
Noel Dcerr, and n great gamo should
Five Virtual Scratch Men
There are llvo men on the virtual
s:ratch mark, and tthut is fifteen he
hind scratch. Nowcll, It. A. Cooke,
Atherton Hlchards, A. I.. Castle and
Captain Low are the men who will
havo to owe fifteen In every game,
and, In some Instances, glvo as mirh
as thirty "besides. It Is hard lucli
for a man whon he gives suih big
odds, and then loses tho first stroke.
Ho has then to win four strokes be
fore he can mako the score deuce,
and, in tho meantime, should ho
make ono mistake, his opponent has
got the gnme. A handicap like that
blocks tho brilliant man a lot, and,
through trying to play safe, he
changes his game so much that ho
usually gets beaten.
In the Hall Cup tournament there
are eleven men on (scratch, and
among them are some good men who
will make the rest of the bunch sit
up and tako notice. In the "receive
fifteen" class are to bo found five
names, and then In tho "30" bunch
are W. T. Schmidt and V. L. Ston-
Tho tournament promises to he a
good one, and there nro several men
who appear to stand out as having
a good! chance of getting Into the 11'
nals. The virtual scratch men all
have a chanco of winning out. nnd
unless they meet ono another early
In thd tournament, it looks as If
they will bo found In the semi-finals
Owing fifteen, the first-class play,
ers should hold nil tho "scratch'
men safe, and then, In the "lecelve
fifteen" class, Collins of Hwn would
appear to be the best of tho bunch.
This outig plajer only learned, tho
game since coming to Hawaii from
Australia, nnd he has shown somo
brilliant tenuis at times. Ho should
do well once he gets used to plnlng
Hard to Handicap.
It Is a hard proposition to hanill-
as soon as cap such a mixed bunch of players
ns is entered ior me unii uup, nnu
tho committee has made as good a
Job as (on hi bo expected. Still, the
MUCH TALK OF
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ft Secretaries and managers of tt
tt athletic clubs are Invited to send tt'
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tt they may bo getting up, for In St
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SCHOOLBOYS SAY SOME
PLAYERS NOT ELIGIBLE
1028 Nnnann St
cup would seem to bo In danger of
being captured by ono of tho owo
nftecn men, nnd, to take a long shot,
nnd try to tip tho winner, A, I.. Cas
tle should about pull it off.
Atherton Richards will be seen In
first.claKS company ngaln, nnd It will
bo Interesting to sco how tho j otitic
stcr has progressed at tennis slnco
ho last appeared In public.
Nowcll Is phi) lug well at present,
nnd he will make a lot of tho handi
cap men look tired heofre tho tour
nament Is oer. He Is n brilliant,
showy plajer, nnd has a deadly
smash that he can land fiom nearly
any part of the court. . It. A. Cool.e
Is well known as n flue plajer, and
he nnd his biother hold tho double
championship of tho Territory, Cap
tain Low is n game plajer, nnd he
netcr knows when ho Is licked; he
has put up somo fine exhibitions on
tho Ileretnnln courts nnd Is nhvnjs
on tho Job.
Among tho handicap men, Theo
dore Hlchards, Noel Dcorr, Savage,
Collins, llockus nnd Orcenfleld would
nppear to be about the best. Tho
tournament promises to bo a really
good one, and Jio doubt big crowds
will attend nt tho different courts
duting the few dajs of play,
Tho Manoa electric light tourna
ment will start up next week, and
then theie will ho an oppoitunlty for
dter) body to go out after dinner and
watch the matches in comfort. Ten
nis Is on the boom again, and n good
thing it Is so; the game Is about
the best In the world for exercise,
nnd thero Is no professionalism about
the sport. ,
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SOTS AND SASHES.
Punahous Confident That They
, Can Do As-Well This Year
As Last Much Interest in
All 'tho B;hools nVo starting up tho
regular growl that Is heard at the
beginning of every football nnd track
meet season. There Is nlwajs a lot
'of tall: about the jouths who arc
cllglblo for tho various meets and
games, it Is alleged that oojs who
have finished schooling, practically,
are still kept on tho teams nnd, In
some way, thoy are , connected with
their schools for n lung time after
they hate graduated.
This is not as it should be, and If
the assertion Is true, the sooner the
faculty determine to instill better
Ideas of clean sport Into the minds
of the scholars, the better for ctery
bod). It Is'n serious chargo to make,
and tho matter should bo looked Into
by'thoso most concerned In tho wel
fare of tho jouths. The High School
bojs arc alleged to hate made the
statement that good athletes are kept
on the college teams after they have
really finished school work.
'Tho football teams will be gotten
together as soon as possible, nn,d then
It will ho seen If all tho schools will
turn out as they did last tear. The
Tuns did remarkably well last year,
and they nro confident of repeating
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MUCH TALK ABOUT
tt Oct. 2.1.
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25 U. S. M. tn. .1. A
25. C A. C. vs. P. A
25. Asnlils ts, I'alamas. tt
25 Mu Hocks vs. C. A. C. tt
MISS LAUREL ATKINS,
MR. FRANK BLAIR,
-Four Hall, foursome.
tt Sopt. 24. Match.
ti Sept. 22. n. O. Hall Cup.
it Sept. 20. Mnnon Klectrlc Light it
tt Tournament. . tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
Albert Standen, n motor cjcln rider
17 jears of age, rodo n Harley-Ua-vidson
motor ejelo to tlctory threo
times nt tho motor ejele meet at
Klyrln, O., recently. Ills work was
exceptionally clever. Standen also
provided tho spectators with a thrill
as ho tumbled from his mnchlno In
the final otent, in n sensational spill.
He was picked up and taken to tho
hospital unconscious, but upon In
testlgatlon It was found thaj. ho had
broken no bones, and Inter ho wns
able to return to his home, nono tho
worse for his mishap, except for n
severe shaking up. The flvo-mllo
event he won easily in 7:34 1-5. He
won n ten-mile match race In
14:27 1-5, and tho three-mllo rnro
for singles. In the flve-nillo free forj
nil his time was, 7:02 2-5, winning
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' LATEST MOTION PICTURES
The marines aro starting to talk
football again, and it is to bo hoped
that the Tort Shattor, Scholleld Har
racks, Port Ruger. uud l'ort De
Hiusy men get busy and stmt teams,
Oahu College, College of Hawaii and
the High School will havo teams,
and, between the bunch, somo good
games should be seen. Would that
It wero Rugby thnt our joung fol
lows were going In for; then tho Ho
nolulu platers would have a chance
of competing with the California
Men Will Decide on Place and
Date Tlifs Afternoon.
Tho following men got byes In tho
Hall Cup tenuis tournament; A, L.
CiiBtlo vs. deruld Irwin, W, W. Low
vs. O. Warren, r. 12. Greenfield vs.
winner of Hockus-Gray match,
N Eklund vs. Richard Cooke, I'
Steero vs. W. A. Wall.
Nigel Jackson is determined to nice
Antony Knoo fifteen miles for u sub
stantial purse, and the event Is prac
tically assured now, unless either
man meet with boiiio accident or be
come sick. The malingers and run
ners will meet this otenlng In order
to fix the dnto and place, of tho nice,
Jnckson will nt once start trulnlng
nnd, as ho knows his chnnco of meet
ing Soldier King depends on his show
ing ugnlnst Knoo, ho will do all In his
power tp get into tho tory bekt con
Tho Army runner, King, intends
coming to Hawaii ns soon ns his term
of enlistment finishes on October 24
He will run Kaoo about the end of
October or onrly In Novonilor. The
soldier claims to bo tho United States
champion long dlBtnnco runnar nnd,
when he goes up ngalnnt Knoo hn will
be meeting a man who is hnucht to
be us good ns any m in In tin world
for his age.
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The famous saucer track at Salt
Lake was threatened In tho recent
flro which destroyed the Salt palace
Hard work resulted In checking the
flro beforo serious dnmage wnsdono,
W.I but somo 50 feet of the bleachors
K. nnd about 120 feet of tho track wore
(Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
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WASHINGTON, Sept. fi. "11111"
Hinrlchs, a pitcher on tho Washing
ton American League baseball team,
who has been suffering from Infan
tile paralysis, has grown suddenly
worse nnd phjsltlans entertain grave
doubts of his recovery. The effect of
the disease, It Is declared, is atrophy
of the muscles, or a contraction that
pretents further growth, through
deadening of the nervous ststcm in
tho parts affected. Upon the rec
ommendation of Wnlter Johnson,
Washington's star twlrlcr, Hinrlchs
Joined tho team several months ago,
coming hero, from California. He
had pitched only ono game when ho
wns stricken with the malady.
C. C. Hopkins has received word
that Hdward Stauder, riding nn In
dlan, won both classes at the Roches
ter, N. Y motor cycle club's second
annual climb" on Armstrong hill re
cently. In the single class he mndo
the climb In 20 seconds, nnd in tho
twin division ho cut these figures to
Jay Kuhns, the old Hnmakun cane
grower, Is captain of tho College of
Hawaii football team. Austin Jones,
tho coach, has had tho men out prnc.
Using the new (Style of game, and
the rules nre being explained to tho
Ai.oit.i iiu'ii iiousi:.
School of l'lijulcal Culture,
Scientific Massage, Medlca(
OymnnstlcH (Bucdlsh Jloto
inenttt) Ladles' Men's nnd Children's
classes Hours: a. in to 10 p
in. and l'rivnto Instruction.
Mr. (.'uslai Illiirkiuan (of
Royal Swedish (lynin Inst )
Masseur nnd Instructor 'of
There will he n meeting of thoso In
terested In tho nmateur union move
ment tomorrow afternoon nt Lnriin
Andrews' office. An attempt will bo
nmdo to get nil tho clubs to Join tho
A. A. Union, which Is world knoun.
nundy, tho now B.tnr tennis player,
will probably go to Australia with
McLaughlin,' and then tho Honolulu
lovers of the game will havo another
opportunity of seeing somo ohnm
plons nt work on tho courts.
Tho suggestion thnt n team of 11a-wallan-bred
ball players bo sent -to
the mainland Is n good ono, nnd ana
thnt Is up to the Promotion Commit
tee, to carry through.
It Jfl proposed that students Inking
three solid studies nt tho different
schools be allowed to piny on tho
football teams this season.
Hill Desha will bo seen onthn 1'n
nahou football team thlB year acaln;
be 'will be a grent help to tho College
It Is probable that the tennis cl ihu
of Hnwuti will Join tho A. A, Union ns
one body and not as separata institutions.
Hoxlng Is still quiet in tho city blit
everything points to n boom In tho
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