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EWA HAS THREE PLAYERS
STILL IN BIG TOURNAMENT
COUNTRY TENNIS EXPERTS DOING WELL IN CITY COL
LINS, EKLUND AND GREENfJELD ARE IN THE RUN
NING CASJLE LOOKS GOOD TO MANY.
As predicted In' the It u 1 1 e 1 1 n' renlarted thnt as tlio liolilml scratch
before the stnU or the llnll Cup ton we'll wprc nftpon to tlio bad nml
nU tournament, A. L. Castlo mid I'. Schmidt and Stanley wero thirty to
D. Collins me doing well nnd bl. "'? 0,l,, u' Bt"r ,"' to five tho
, , , . other a stnrt of forty live. It mlRlit
dlnK fair In flKht. their way to tho ,)0 n1 r,jht , ,,,lar,,B bllt forty.
flnaU. Collins iestoi.lay Juttlfled tho five Is n new one to tennis fans,
tonlldeiico reposed In him hy his plan-. Another Kcod mntrli that was
tatlon iidmlivis hy defeating Nowell1 played yesterday was that between
hy a more of two sets to one. The Ureeiirinlil of 12wa nnd C. (J. Ilochus.!
figures were 4-0, C-3, fi-4, and the The struggle, went tho full threo
miiiKt(er did remnrllnbly xwill tu tela, nnd tho reorn was in (Ireen
win out, coiiBtdPrlnt; that ho lost the' field's favor, fi-1. S-7, fi-1. TIip two
Hist set. I men played from the scratch mark,
The match wag it strenuous one, nnd nUhough the flrrt nnd third sets
and when Nowcll took the first BPt appear on paper to ho easy victories
to four Raines, tho Kwa contingent! for Oreenflcld, the match was closer.
did not look too-happy. Still,
Hub went nt his man In grent fash.
Ion, and In tho second set, although
'Nowell played up in his best fash
ion, the handicap of owe llftccn-glvo
fifteen was too much for him to make
Tho third set wns a repetition of
the second, nnd Collins played to
keep his opponent on tho go nil thoj
time. Tho oungster brought off
ponio fine strokes nnd, nlded hy his
hnndlcnp, won out ns related.
Captain Low got uway.wlth his
man Warren In two sets straight,
G-'J, 7-5, and the captain showed that
he needs hut little practise to get
back Into tho form he showed when
Long nnd Mclaughlin were hero
early In tho enr. This nfternoou
Uiw and Castle will meet, and as
they both play from the same mark,
them should ho somo grent tennis
before the match Is over.
On tho Neighborhood courts A. I.
Castlo met nnd defeated 'Irwin. Cas
tlo owed fifteen, and Irwin played
from scratch. Tho champion won
out easily enough by n s"oro of fi-1,
C-3. nnd ho Is getting better every,
gnme he plays. Castlo has had no
practise for somo time, but that docs
not trouble him much, nnd should ho
get nwny with Captain I,ow this aft
ernoon ho should got Into tho finals,
and then, should he nnd Collins
meet, there will bo a grent fight bo-
fore tliBjinll Cup Is won
Noel neorr. who esterday morn-J
m -1nrjtiA,i um.nnA nr Tl.iitiiniia urn a
Ing defeated Snvago of Pimiieiio, was
beaten In tho afternoon by Sinclair,
and tho scoro wns 0-4, C-3, Deerr
did not seem to piny ns sure a gamo
ns usual, nnd his nppunont made few
Tho third and deciding set, of the
Atherton Hlchards-Waterbouso match
w.as played, and W'alcrhouso won out
by C3, Tho otlier two sets wero
played tho day before, and enrh man
won ono. Athorton could not man
age to owe Waterhouso fifteen, nnd
the older man won out, 3-0, 8 fi. fi-3.
Wntprhousp. nftor beating Ulch
ards, turned out nnd defeated
Schmidt, who received n hnndlcnp of
thirty from scratch. The scoro wns
two sets strnlght. nnd Waterhouso
did the trick to tho tune of fi-3, C 2.'
Schmidt and Btnnley were the only
two to recelvo the, big start of thirty.
Tho morning expert tennis writer. In
nlludlng to this ta t a few dayB ago,
Try Our Free Lunch
From 11:30 till 1:00 we serve a tasty lunch
with' a glass of beer. It is becoming very
popular with business men it's well cooked
and well served.
Drop in and try it out.
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
Col-.tlmn tho score would Indicate.
11. A. Cooke went down In llefpat
to W. N. Kklund, nml the scoro wns
7-r,, C-2. The man from Kwa playpd
well, nnd ho made good use of his
handicap of fifteen. The first set
was n hot one, nnd nt Cap. -nil It look,
ed as It either might win out. Ilk
lund, however, took the two games
necenrnry to win the pet, nnd then
the Kwn ppople began to shake hands
with themselves. J
The Inst match plajcd was that
between Steere and Wall, and the
flrst.named won two sets straight,'
C-4, 0-t. The winner battled along
from scratch, and Wall ro:clved fif
The remarkable thing nbout tho
tournament, fo far, is that tho coun-l
try plaerK have all held thpir own
with the city men, and thnt nt the
present stngo three .llwn players
Kklund, Collins and Oreenflcld nrn
still In the running. McKcpcr of
Kwn did not pnter for tho tourna
ment, nnd ns Iip Is about the best nt
the plantation, when In form, It Is n
good thing for the Honolulu players
thnt l:a hag I10t R()t mpro rci,rcSon
tntlvcs in tho llnll Cup contest
Thero will be four matches plaed
toda, If the weather permits, nnd
ns on Saturday nfternnons people enn1
get nwny, thero should bo a good
gathering nt tho llcretanln courts, I
where all the matches will be played.
Cnst'e and Low will meet nt half'
- t)lo eretnlla
courts, and by that time tho fans
should bo gathered In forco. At 2:30
o'clock Wnterhouso nnd Greonflcld
will meet on the Pacific, courts. At
3:30 Stecro and Kklund will piny on
Ihn Iteietanla courts, nnd then nt 4
CoIIIiib nnd Sinclair will battle It
out. All the matches this nft-j
ernnon should be good, and when tlio
smoke clears away there will ho four
players left In the tournament. These
survivors will hippI In tho semi-finals
on Mnndnv, nnd tho flnnls will prob
ably ho fought out on Tuesday, J
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The big canoo rare this afternoon
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,p ,,,,, nUrnpt cr0W(, Tho
,(nmH nr 0XpCrlci, to nKMn wn nt,
notwithstanding, tho fact that tho
n(VIK ,inve cilnKPd canoes for the
rnro, Tie evont wMI Blnrl nt ilnf.
nBt four o'clock, nnd n purse of 50
i,a8 been hung up for the winners.
GET TOGETHER OVER
A. A. U. BUSINESS
Ten Clubs Will Join Amateur
Organization In November.'
Baseball Soon Pio's, Not'
Getting Into Line. I
At the meeting of tho local branch
of tho A. A, U. which was held yes
terday afternoon at the ofllce of Kor.
in Andrew, something definite was
done as regards the alllllnllou of the
llawnllnn spoil bodies with -Urn
mothei amateur association. I
Klght clubs arc to' Join, nnd they j
aru as foilow: Kamehamehn Schools,!
Outrigger Club, Trail and Travel
Club, Y. M. C A., Grammar School
League, Hawaiian Association Foot
ball League, Honolulu Cricket Club,
Honolulu Yacht Club. Tho Healanl
nnd Myrtle boat clubs are to nlso
join, from nil accounts, nnd tho
movement will soon spiend among
the sporting bodies that really are In
need if nu nmatettr stnndlng. No
one susHcts tho Cricket Club, the
Trail and Mountain Club or nuy of
the present bunch of "Illy whites" of
tnklng money for their efforts on
tho hills or plaj grounds. What Is
wanted Is a missionary movement
that will extend to, and flnalfy bring
Into tne fold, the hundreds of young
fellows who are nt present semi-pro-fesslounl
ball plnyers nnd who hnvo
In some. way made money out of
And it will ho n hard Job to con
vince somo of the present-day sports
that they should ompete for the
loo of tho game, (lato money np
penis to most of them In n way that
nil the nmnteur cards In the world
would not. Tho only way to change
tho state of nffnlrs Is to Instill tho
loo of nmnteur sport In tho minds
of the youngest kids nt school, and
teach them not to follow In tho foot
stein of their grown-up brothers.
Yesterday's meeting was success
ful, and n decision was tome to thnt
the A. A. U. be Joined on November
l.r, nnd that tho official sanction of
ten amateur clubs bo obtained to the
sending of their names on to tho na
Tho clubs represented at tho meet
ing yestordav wero ns follows? The
Outrigger Club, by Mr. Tuttlo; tho
Trnll and Mountain Club, by A, II.
lNiril; tho Military Athletic, Associa
tion, by Corporal Woodruff of Fort
Shnftpr: the Kamehnmpha Schools,
hv Stanley Livingston; tho McKlnley
High School, bv I'rofpssor Folsom;
tho Myrtle Ilont Club, bv Will I.yle:
the Healanl Yacht and Iioat Club, by
Ilert I.lghtfoot; tho Punahnu Alumni
llnsphall Tpnm, by James P. Wlnne;
the Oahu College Athletic Associa
tion, hy T). .1. nicker; the C.rnmmnr
School League, by It. S. Clault; tho
Y M P A., bv Paul Supor: and tho
Honolulu Yacht Club, hy Will Lylo.
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SAILORS WILL PLAY I
Match at Makiki Grounds If
Rain Holds Off.
There will be n cricket match thlB
nfternoon at the Maklkl grounds, nnd
the sailors from the Ilrltlsh ships In
port will go up against the Honolulu
hntcmeii. The game should be an
Interesting one, and ns tho tars have
bad a little practise lately, they
should show up well on the matting
The game will start at half-past
two o'clock, and by thnt time all the
players who can spare the afternoon
should be on deck. If the rain holds
oft there should be some fun, and the
attempts of the sailors to bowl Hob
Anderson will probably cause some
Cricket has been rather dead late
ly, but there nre Indications that the
old English game will be waking, up,
a little coon. If eleven Australians.
can be gotten together in Honolulu
there will be a great match played
In tho near future between the Ha
waiian cluh and tho Kangaroo-
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tim n.il... lanpi.n lina npnln nntt
poncd the opening of Its second se-
rles till October 6. It was thought
that If play was impossible on tho
Athletic Park diamond, the four
games scheduled for tomorrow ,mlght
be played nt the league grounds. The
meeting of the Oahu league took
place last night after tho Ilulle
1 1 11 had gone t'o press, and' tho
change of dates was mado too Into
Paul Wlthlngton has tired of tho
simple life on a plantation; ha is
leaving Walalfia and going back to
Harvard University to become ath
letic manager of .tha 'varsity team.
Wlthlngton graduated from Harvard
last year, and when he left the .lustl
tutton of learning he was considered
the best nil-round athlete of the 'var
In tho Hall Cup tournament there
are now eight men left, arid tliey
nnd their handicaps are as follow:
Castlo and Low, owe .fifteen; Sin
clair, Greenfield, , WnterhouRe and
Steere, scratch; Eklund and Collins,
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