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HALL CUP TOURNAMENT GOT
WELL UNDER WAY YESTERDAY
MATCHES WERE PLAYED ON BERETANIA AND PACIFIC
COURTS NOWELL WINS, OUT IN FIRST ROUND
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:' There is an appetizing lunch .served at Ihe
1 Although the rain somewhat mnde
people, think fliat the Hall Cup ten
nia tournament woulil not start up
josterday, nix tif the seven match
scheduled were plneil nit. Tho only
one that coulil nut he plnjed was that
between Savago niiil Noel Dcerr. They
Were supposed to play on tho Manon
.ourts, but could not manage to do
to. The matches that were scheduled
for tho Neighborhood club were
changed to tho I'aclllc couits, and ull
six mutches wero plaeil thcio and at
the llcietanla club.
Tho surprise of the day wan the
way John Waterhouso held his own
with Atherton lllchnrds. Thu ouiig
Btcr won tho llmt get, C-3, but Water
houso plajed up well In tho second,
ami it went to six all before ho got
two games In succession and won
out, S-fi. Tho match was unfinished
owing to darkness sotting In; the
third set will bo plnyed this after
noon and II promises to bo a groat
Collins of Kwn Bhowcd up well for
his first appearance on the Honolulu
(hurts. Theodoru ltlchards nttenipt
ed to give tho sugar baron a hnndl
cap of 1.", but got beaten two sets
straight, fi-3, G-3. Collins plnvs a
good game for n comparative begin
ner, and he kept tho eteran on tho
go nil the time, Itlcliurds ramo to
tho net on nil liosslhlc occasions, hut
Collins would cither pass him on tho
sidelines or lob over his head.
Oh the llerctnnln courts, Nowell
beat Slnglohurst two sets straight
n-'J, C'4. Nowell owed flfteen nnd
gae fifteen to his opponent, nnd then
won easily enough. The winner Is
In flno form, and ho will mako a lot
of tho other plajers look to their
laurels during tho tournament.
President llockus of the Hawaiian
Tenuis Association proved that tho
handlcnpperB weio nt sen when they
pioposed to put htm in the same class
as II. B. llray, who received fifteen.
llockus started from scratch'nhd, giv
ing Orny fifteen, boat him with ease.
Tho derail won two sots straight,
and took them 0-1, 6-1, llockus Is
plajlng ns woll ns over, and ho will
today 'meet (Irecoflcld of llwn. Tho
two play from scratch, and thcro
bliould bo something ilo(ig around
nhout 4 -30 "on tho Pacific courts.
11. Sinclair took the scalp of Jack
Guard ntn camp on the llcrctanla
courlil jcptcrday, and tho score was
fi-1, C-. Then, to wind up tho da's
fun, Schmidt and Stanley, both re
ceiving thirty, and, therefore, play'
ing oyen, put tip the only thrco.set
match of tho day. Tho first sot went
to Stanley, who took it to ono game,
but In tho second set there was a
great reversal of form and Schmidt
turned tho tables to tho tunc of C-3
In the third set Schmidt mado n run
away nffnlr of it nnd took it to
Only two of tho virtual scratch
men played jesterday, anil they wero
Nowell nnd Atherton ltlchards. No
well won out ns boforo related, and
SHELL RACE IS
HEALANI AND MYRTLE
. CREWS TO RACE AGAIN
It lmnfiiB tn nn seen hmv Atherton
will coma through with his third sot'
""hlV alrennm.'r'imcrs of tennis' Walker PutS Up Cup fOf PriZO
Canoo Race Tomorrow Be
tween Haoles and Kona
There is a btom In rowing nt
piOMCiit, and thu rii'CH on Hcgatta
PLAY STARTS NEXT
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will bo (1. Warren
scratch. The captain will lino to
owe, fifteen, and -It wll bo interest
ing to see how tho brilliant left
hnuiler gets on.
A. I,. Cnstle, the holder of tho Ha
waiian single championship, will
piny Iiwln this afternoon on tho
Neighborhood courts, nnd the man
from the China coast will havo an
opportunity of trying to get in his
fast service and heating tho Hono
lulu man n few times on It.
The tennis will sparkle up n lot
toon, nnd (luce tho prcllmlriiry
rounds nro finished tho meeting of
the cracks will bo watched with in
terest. It will ho n cusb of flreok
meeting (iieok whon Castle, Cooke,
Nowell, I.ow and nung ltlchards get
going against ono nnothcr. Of the
handicap men, Collins boems to ho
as well placed ns nny other lilaser.
nnd If he heats Nowell .bo will be
close up nt the finish.
This nftemoon nt fi o'clock thoro
wilt, be a meeting of those Interest
ed in the proposal that n branch of
the A. A. IT. bo established In Ho
noluhi, or, rather, that tho local
amateur bodies get together nnd Join
tho mainland orgnnl7ntlnn, Tho
meeting will bo hold nt Lorrln An.
(Irons' nllke, nnd u rcpresontatlvo
body of .delegates is expected to nt
tend. lintitinntin :: n n :: rj n :: n :i
it COMING EVENT8. U
it Secretaries and managers of IS
tt nlhlotlc clubs are Invited tp send ts
tt In tho dates, of any events which tt
tt they may bo getting up, for In- tt
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tt Sept. 2.r. U, S. M. J. A. C. tt
tt Sept 25. C. A. C. vs. P. A. C. tt
tt Oahu Juniors. . tt
tt Sept. 25. Asalils s, Palumns. tt
tt Sept. 2.'. Mil Hocks s. C. A. C. tt
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ti Golf. it
tt Oct. 23. Four Hall, roursnmo It. tt
tt 0, C, Moannlua. ti
tt Cricket, . tt
ti Sept. 24. Match, tt
tt Tennis. tt
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will Ju able to see nil the stars at
work, tor Cooke, Castle, Low and No
well are scheduled to play matches.
The struggle between Nowell and
Collins will bo a good one. ns the.
young man from thx country will do
his very best to keep his handicap . nt ,,, ,, ,,. , ...... ....I
of tltteeu working overtime against ,elMt 1)ellB tuKp , , Kporti Thei
nip uiii ii-iiuw. Hcnlnnls and Myrtle will have a
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i.iihuiu i.(.w win uncu inoro up, K,n rmo In Clin near fnturo. and
penr on the courts, and his opponent 0 j,,,,,,!,.,.,.),,,,, nuPBtlon ns to w'hlch
who l.iiijs iriiin ,, j - , .. O(ii,nor will ho
Wnlkor, the boat builder, Is going
to put up a cup for the race, and
Ned Crnhbe of tho M riles nnd llcrt
Hellhrnii of tho Healnuls are tho
mon who nro going to stir things up
along tho waterfront and get tho
ivcterans into shape for n rnco or two.
On tomorrow nftemoon the hnole
crew of ii.iddlcrs will tackle tho Kona
Hnwdllans again, ajid as tho crews
will change canoes, "there should be
n gicat race from start to finish.
List year Drown and his men won
nut after a great race, and then this
jear tho Knna new beat tho haoles.
Tho result Is that tho Kona' mon buo
stayed ocr a week in hopes of get
ting this other race, and It Is to he
hoped that no petty Jealousy Inter
feres with tho pioposed event.
Quite a number of members go
dnn'ii tn the boat clubs cvorv even
lug, nnd swimming and diving are
In order for hours at 11 time. The
chute Is working flue, nnd tho lnds
and grown ups vlo with ono another
doing tho sliding net down tho to
boggan Into the water.
Water polo Is a gamo that appeals
to tunny of the Honolulu Bwlmmerr,
nnd It Is proposed to get some three
clubs under vn. The Healnnls,
Mvrtlcs uad Infantry could enter,
and tho result should ho some flno
sport. It Is a great gamo and for
oxcrtlso can not bo bciton.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Mai ines 'Meet Japaneso Ath-- EMPIRE THEATER
letfes Chinese Play Por-I hotrl btiikkt
tuguese Games Should '
Attract Crowd to Park, ' I THE BEST
IN THE CITY.
Admission 15c, 10c. 6c.
On Sunday altcruoon tho djed In
tho wool 'fans wlll.liave an opportu
nity of seeing the Oahu Juniors In
action once more, as tho second se
ries of that body will start at the
Athletic Park, Theio will ho n dou
hleheader, and tho first gamo will bo
between tho Marines and the Japan
ese Athletics. It should ho n good
struggle, us the teams havo had JiiBt
nlimtt tlm nnltia nnwuint nf tirnrtlfin.
Tho half-wcts nro feeling confident Corner Nuuann and Pauahi Streets
Hint they can lower tho colore of tho
J. A. Cs., nnd tho result should bo
good baseball. KANCE SMITH
Tho second game will bo put up Thc Bannn M(m
by thc C. A. Cs. nnd he P. A. Cs.,'
and tho Chinese will have thc best WISE & MILTON
team they tnn gather together for Singing, Dancing and
tho fray. Tho Portugueso nro feel
Ing good, nnd they nro going to ns
tonlsh tho fans on Sunday when they
get going properly.
Tho Oahu league has called a meet
ing for tonight, nnd sumo Important
matters will be discussed. It Is not
thought that any (hnnges will bo
made, but theio nro several things
to' scttlo before tho Bo.-ond scries
. Henry Chllllngworth nnd Desha
will act ns umpires during tho se
ries, nnd It Is tn be hoped that 110
tioublo occurs through excited fans
trjliig tn repeat tho stunts that wont
nn during, tho Wnsccla scries.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Surconl. tho boxing bugler. Is
booming along at tho marine camp,
Ho wants to havo 11 go nt Chnrllo
Itcllly for fifteen toiinds or so, nnd
It may turn out that ho will bo aq
cnmiuodatcd In tho futuro some time,
Nlgol Jackson and Antono Kaoo
will ktart In hard work- toon, and
then there will bo dally visions of
tho Marathon Kid doing stunts
through the streets' of the city.
The skating race that Is scheduled
for Sunday night Is attracting somo
attention, as It Is thought that Wll
kinson will hnvoi to gq somo to heat
"Iroumnn" McColIough is still on
the hunt for n Jioxlng match, and It
would seem to ho about tlmo that a
pi mooter got in and arranged somo
Fi;pi$&ny where downtown will take you to tliej ;'
aP-A, 1 EesfcjBar'.iri Honolulu" ' '' ' JK
Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel
and there you are
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
Japanese Champions Will Ap
pear Later on and Compote
Down nt tho vacant lot of land nix
Anln lano theio was n great crowd of
Japaneso gathered last night to sea
tho wrestling tournament that la go
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Alnkca nnd Queen Streets
King and Nuuami Streets
that went un when somo rlinniiilimr Mn,c u7 lOOpuyt & Co., in
appeared, wore great.
The preliminary bouts are now be
ing pulled off, and whon tho IIIIo
ehnmplon nnd tho oxport of Hono
lulu meet, next week, thcro is going
to bo something doing In tho way of
Tho tournament is an open one,
nnd an 0110 can enter who thinks ho
has n chance of throwing n fow mon
'out of tho ring. It is n strenuous
game, and the bodies of tho Japaneso
wrcijtlcrs soon glisten with the per
spiration that is wrung out of thorn.
Many haoles are dropping In to see
tho national siort of tho Japaneso In
full swing, and as tho end of the
contests approaches tbero will, no
doubt, ho a vory full "house" to greet
DEERR BEAT SAVAGE
6-4, 9-7, TODAY
Groat Strugglo In Second Set
of Morning Match,
This morning 011 the Manna courts,
Noel Doerr defeated Savage, tho Pu
uuone player, two sets straight in
the Hal) Cup tournament, and tho
scor.o was fi-4, !)-", ,Tho, second set
was, a snorter, and some flno rallies
were Been, Savago, rjado a great at
tempt to get the "se and even up
things, hut Deerr played his usual
steady gamo and won out.
The matches that aro to bo played
this afternoon are as follows:
llorctatila courts Iaw vs, War
ren, Nowell vs, Collins, Cooke vs.
Pacific Courts llockus vs. flieen
field, Waterhouso vs. A. ltlchards,
Schmidt vs, winner of Wntorhnuso
Mano.i C0111U Stcoro vs. Willi,
Sinclair vb. Deerr.
Nelghhoihood Coiirtn Cast 1 0 vs,
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