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TWO EWA LADS REACH FINAL
STAGE OF HALL CUP PLAY
SEMI-FINALS, EKLUND D EFEATED GREENFIELD, AND
COLLINS BEAT LOW CAPTAIN PUT UP GREAT FIGHT
AGAINST BIG ODDS GOOD TENNIS PLAYED.
tt COMING EVENT8. tl
!1 Secretaries and manager c.f ti
ii athletic clubs nre Invited to Bond ti
tt In Ilia dates of an)' events which tt
tt they may he getting up, tor In' tti
ti rertlon under tho nhovo licnd. tt
it Address nil cnmmunlrntlnns to Xi
tt the Snorting Kdltor. II n 1 1 o 1 1 n. tl
tt Oahu Leanue.
tt Oct. !. U. S." M. vs. J. A. C.
tt Oct. 9. C. A. C. vs. I'. A. C.
tt Oahu Juniors.
There wns unlimited Joy nt Kwa nflcen-tlilrty. Sometimes) tho gcoro
last night when the news wont along stood ngnlnst Low .to tho Umo of tt Oct. 9. Asahls vs. I'nlnmns.
hy telephone to tho elTcct thnt two!" nft"e" "' n"'1 '" oni "Kb-'" 0cK " " H'"" v"' -' A
tennis tniirnnmcnt, It wns known
I sliin he wan tho
if tho plantation men were to fluht. ,, , R wn
ll di't III the finals of the Hall Cu;jWOrk. am t)lc sym.)r
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heforchnnd that olio sugar baron1 nlrendv one ninn In the nnnl. nn.l nil .Cricket. tt
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J ho faiifl would have liked to fcq
ana rou n I ry players would have, l1- 27
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could not help getting Into the If-
nal; ns he wns meeting another Kwa
man In the semi-finals. The other
hlg mill man was not a certainty for
tho finals, as he had to first go up
against Uiw, nnd it was thought
Hint, notwithstanding the big handi
cap ho wan giving, tho captain might
account for' Collins. It was not to
he, however, nnd the gallant soldier
went down In defeat three sets to
one, nnd the sore was 2-0, f-4, C--I,
"Kill" Kklund hail In the mean
tlmo beaten his ."bosi," Greenfield,
tlireo hets straight, with n score of
0-2. C-2. G 4. Ily tho victory of
Collins nnd Kklund, tho ' country
players come Into their own in met
ropolitan tenuis, nnd. tho two dark
horses that hnvo been working up
their game on tho plnntntlnn courts
have shown that the Kwa men can
play tennis ns well as help grow rec
ord crops of enne. Greenfield, too,
did well In, tho tournament, and he
worked his way through to the semi
finals only to be beaten hy Kklund,
who looks all over a winner for the
'Kklund and (Ireenflqld started the
play yesterday, and right from the
start it wns apparent thnt Dreen
field had not much chance of defeat
ing tho youngster, who plays n very
good game, and who should be able
to glvo (Jreeniletd n great go from
the name mail;.
The "Kid" plays In a casual
don't rarc-dnn't-worry-nio stylo, anil
half tho II me was watching tho play
ou tho other court, where Collins
nnd Low wero hauling It nut. It
Kklund would pay more attention to
his game, and try for shots that lw
simply is too tired to go nfter now,
ho would probably innko u lot more
winning points. However, ns ho
played jesterday, he did well enough,
nnd It may be that whan up against
Collins ho will extend himself moro
Kklund tins tho m'lklugs of n fine
player, nnd when n llttlo older and
moro sot ho will go far In local ton.
nls. It would bo a treat to see tho
Kwa lad go up against Athciton
Richards in n five-set match, nnd
there would sure bo some fine ten
nis bnfoiB n winner wns dclared
Low Un Acainst It.
Collins, for olio comparatively new
at the gnmo, did well ngnlnst Cap
tain Low, who Is one of tho hardest
men to heat nt tennis In these Is-
Innils. Tho captain wns up against
n tough proposition when it came to
owing fifteen nnd giving flfteon to
the Kwn player. Ilrllllnnt and nil
n b the captain was, ho had to draw
in his horns nnd try and piny safe
when tho first point wont to Collins
nnd tho game would Btiiiul nt owo
i! Oct, 1
.Greenfield vs. Eklund.
in tno nrst set o the (Ircennclil
Kklund mntih, the older man Inst
four games In succession; tho first
went lo love, the second to fifteen
nnd tho' other two to thirty. Then
Clreeilfleld took n braro nnd won tho1 Finftll.
iirth gamo to thirty. Kklund took! "' tno nna1 El!l,in, nnd Colllna
the next to fifteen, but tho seventh' wI" mect to,lnv' nml ns, Ul6y botn
was won bv the nlver of odd, . play from the same mnrk,' n fair test
iblrii- Tho olci.il, nn,i ln.t. f-nmn' of their abilities will he made. Tho
K. 0. Hall Cup. ti
ti Oct. Manoa Klcetrlc Unlit Tour- ti
it nnment, ti
ti Running. it
ii Oct. 10. Knoo vs. Jackson. tt
tt it ii tt ti tt n rt it ii ti tt tt n ti it u
nnd Collins won out, 0-3.
of tho set, was Kklund'4 to thirty,
nnd the net ended In his favor, fi-2.
The second set was n repetition
almost of tho first, nml nfter (Irecn
flcld hail won the first game, the
"Kid" enmo nlnng nnd took four
straight. Then Greenfield got the
sixth, nnd thnt wns his last clurife,
as Kklund took the next .two and
with them the set, 0-2.
In 'tho third set fjreenfleld did
better, owing to Kklund making a
number of faults nnd, seemingly,
playing n careless game, Kach mnu
won his servlco up till the eighth
game, when the youngster captured
his opponent's serve nnd mndo tho
scoro .'-!. The next game nlso was
won by Kklund, nml tho set
mat.'h wero his, with thrco
strulght, 0-2, 0-2, 0-4.
Kid" would appear to have tho bet.
ter chance of winning, nnd ns he
seemed to he playing "under wraps'
wlicu un ngnlnst .Greenfield, there rs
no telling what he will do when fully
extcndcilidiyMhoxliidjtjrom tho Innd
of the kangarn. ..
Tho finals, will o. played on the
llerctanln courts today, nnd the play
will start at 4 o'clock. A hlg crowd
Is expected to turn, out, although it
Is hard for most pepulo to get away
on n week-day afternoon.
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Low vs. Collins.
The Low-Collins match wont to!
four sets heforo It was finished, nndj
the captain took tho first, 0-2. He
ran rings around 'Collins and would
work him out of position nnd then
slum ouo down thnt would s-ore
very time. Low won the first gamo
and Collins took tho second; then
Low won four running before Col
lins could take nnother, nnd tho
scoro stood nt r, 1 . The seventh
game went to Collins, but Low took
tho next, nnd tho set ended In Low's
favor, 0-2. Tho gnmo put up hy tho
captain wns a beauty and ho did
splendid work by overcoming tho
Tho second Fot saw Collins improv
ing In his game, and although nt ouo
time Uiw had tho scoro nt 4-2, Col
lins won tho seventh, eighth, ninth
nnd tenth fznnia nml ton tho set, 0-4,
In the third spnsm Low led nt
one tlmo 3-2, but Collins evened
things up hy taking tho sixth gnmo.
The seventh also went to tho Kwn
man, nnd then Low mndo It four-nil
hy taking the next. That wns his
The boxing gamo is hacking nnd
filling n lot, and nil sorts, of matches
nml aro being spoken of nml tnen
get,,1 dropped llkn n hot spud, . Joo Mc-
(lurn Is looking for stoush, and says
he will light tho winner of the Iloao.
Hniireocks contest, If thnt Interest
ing event comes oft In tho near future.
Hill Hanky, who is well known
lo nil tho Honolulu sports, will he
hark III Honolulu about tho end of
next month, l'hll wont hack Knst to
ren his parents, hut was unlucky
enough to reach home a few- days
after his mother hud died.
Thero Is some talk, about tho 'St.
Louis Alumni hunch getting Into tlto
rowing game, nnd It' would ho n
good Idea If they did so, as somo
races could be arranged hotweon the
different crews that nro mnklngsuch
n splash lately.
(Jeorge Kreeth wns In Snn Fran
Cisco nt latest, nnd there is no doubt
that ho feels the pull Ilawallwhrds
and. Hint ho will soon ngnln he In
the laud of lcls nnd surfboards.
Sergeant Harry Is still on tho war
path as regards baseball, nnd ho
last effort, as Collins won tho next, wants to put his Original Ileauts up
two nnd, with them, tho set, G-4. against tho I'linabou Alumni team
Collins now hnd two sets to the next Saturday,
captain's one, nnd stood on velvet.)
Low went to It In the fourth set ns, Mnntiel Santos wnnts to hnvo a go
If determined to even things up nnd at Nigel Jackson over any distance,
make a fifth set lin'-essary. The and he nlso nvers that ho enn bent
handicap was, however, too much, Knoo over n short dlstanre.
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It's The Fashion
The Two Jacks.
Hotel near Fort
Race of October 1G Will Warm
Hooters Up for Big Event
Between Kaoo and Soldier
Nigel Jackson is doing somo
strenuous stunts on the roads nowa
days, and ho Is getting into condition
for tho llfteeu-mllo race with Antono
Knoo, tho "Wnlnlua llorso." Tho
old champion Is as gay as ever, and
thinkB nothing of n Jog from Hale.
Iwa to Honolulu. Ho made tho 4rlp
twice Inst week on foot, and on both
occasions did tho Journey In tlmo
that wnud innko n lot of nllegcd
Marathon runners cry "Knoughl"
Jackson nnd Knoo are to run their
match race un October 10, and the
event will ho pulled oft nt cjlher the
Athletic Turk on thu league grounds.
At present It has nut been decided
ns to where the riue.wlll bo run, hut
'W. W Harris la la be consulted
about tho matter nnd then sonic arrangement-will
bo come to.
Tho Idea of tho. Ilfteen-mllo rnco
Is to Bee whether Jackson should
havo- a chance at Soldier King when
ho arrives from the Coast. Tho sol
dier Is coming to run Kuuo over nny
dlstnuce from five miles up, nnd It
will. he n sine thing that thu inalu-
lander will get more than thu one.
ntntch "down here. I
All Hawaii will ho worked up oyer,
tho Knuo-KIng mat-h, and an op-t
portunlty will be given to see the
man who Is considered nn Island
wonder go up against King, who has
performed III company with the best
long-dlrtniice- runners In the world.
The Jackson-Knoo match raco will
wako tho public up to the fact that
the tlmo for tho Kaoo-KIng race Is
approaching fust nnd also to th-
thought that if Jackson defeats tho
"Wnlnlua Horse," there will ho
something doing in the way of other
races with the man from tho Coast.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
MANOA TENNIS CLUB
Electric Light Tournament To
uo Discussed at Length. ;
At the meeting of tho Manoa Ten
nis Club thnt will, he held this even
ing nt tho cluhhoilse, tho mutter of
the proposed electric light tournnij
meiit will he dlssussod. Thnt thero
Is every probability of tho nffnlr go.
Ing through Is the opinion of those
who should know. Thf last night
tournament amused a lot of Inter-j
est, nnd hlg crowds attended on tho
evenings Hint tho matches woro
played. . I
Tho matter of expense Is rnthor
prominent in tho arguments brought
forward ngnlnst the Bcheme, hut ns
thoro aro many wealthy inemhorn.l
tho Individual cost would ho slight.'
It may bo decided this evening to
hnvo tho tournament next week. Tho
weather JiaB been unsettled lately,'
and rata woiih! spol) .everything,
Tli. election1 ofoiflcers'for tho com
ing year will be, proceeded with nt
the meeting, nnd It Is probable that
most of the 'old ofltclas will ho re-
' olected. Tho Mnnon club Is In a
flourishing condition and showed
grent enterprise. In stnrtlng up night
, tennis. .-
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CHICAGO, Bopt.'-;. Nearly overy
I manager of the American lngun
I picks tho l'hltadolphm Athletics to
j win -tho world's championship series
' from jtlio Chicago Cubs, Of course,
! league pride. 'may have, something tn
do with the expressions of opinion. It
Is significant, however, thut Hugh
.Jennings stands out from his fellow
; managers as a shining exception. Jen-
nftigs likes the Cubs' chunccs host.
I'robnbly tho Tlgor leader thinks no
other American League team Is uhlo
to accomplish what the Tlgors failed
to do on several occasions, Tho
' American Icuguo managers believe
tho Athletics nre coming along at
their best, while the Cubs, especially
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