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HALL COP TENNIS
TWO PLANTATION MEN FIGHT
LINS DID WELL IN FIRST
AWAY IN OTHER TWO.
Young Kklund of i:va won nut In
tlm final of tlip. Hall Cup yesterday,
nnil Iip dPfpatPrt the runnpr-up, Col
lins, three Bold straight, "-". 01. fi-3,
Tlio II rut set was tho liext of tlin
lot, ntiil nfler t hat CoIIIiih did not
show bo good form a ho did against
Captain Low on tl)p prcvloiiB day.
Tlin "Kid" plnyed In Ills usual lazy
fAshlon anil did not turn n hair dur
ing the three seta. He slammed
tlipm hack nt Collins from nny old
angle, and ho drought oil wime pretty
half-volloy backhanders. There Ib
no doubt nliout the youngster linv-
lug Ijocii well grounded In tho first
principles of tcnnlB, nnd If he is nblc
to mix up more with better plnyors
tlinh hlmscir, there Is little doubt
Hint lie will In time develop Into n
On ono or two occasion! yesterday
Kklund tried a sort or McLaughlin
stroke? nnd he put n lot of spin on
the ball. He nlfo used a chop stroke
Hint kept very low mid generally bent
The most nntlccahlo thing yester
day wns the way both men made
double faults, nnd In several In
stances the game wns lost through
tlm nlmnst i uniiardonnhlo mistake.
I loth players made doubles, nnd the
sooner they get onto the fact that
double faults Bhoulil be tho rarest of
things, the belter It will bo for both
on the tennis courts. Collins also
stands from four to six feet behind
the back line when serving, nnu con
sp(ucntly Is never In n position to
get to tho net quickly. Jle, however,
plays well, considering the short .time
he hns been nt the gnme.
In tho llrst set yesterday Collins
rtnrtcd off strongly, nnd nftcr losing
tho first gnmo on hhr serve, took tho
two next. Kklund evened things up
In the fourth, nnd then Collins won
tho fifth nnd led 3-2. Three-nil was
called nt tho end of tho sixth gnme,
and then Collins took tho two next
nnd the Bcore wns r,-:i In his favor.
Tho set looked ns It It woro going
to the min who beat Cnptaln I,ow,
but Kklund up anil, taking two
games, ninde It flvp-nll. Tho neyt
two Raines were captured by the
youngstpr, nnd tho set went to him
Tho second sot wns uninteresting,
iib Collins did not seem nlilo to got
up a point-getting stieak nnd lost
thn first four games right off tlin
reel. He woko up n little In tho
fifth game, nnd nftor It had gano to
deuce ho took It. Tho sixth nnd
seventh games, however, wero taken
by Kklund, and the set ended 0-1.
With two sets In his favor, Kklund
looked nil over n winner, nnd the
spectators got ready to hnlt the
youngster nB-tho llrst holder or the
Hall Cup. He started out In tho
third set ns If determined to wipe
Collins out six-love, but ufter taking
fofir gnmes straight, Collins got one
nnd stopped tho runaway. Kklund
slumped n little in his piny and Col
Hub took two mnro games, but that
wns his Inst effort, ns Kklund won
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EKLUM1 OF tWA
IT OUT IN FINALS COL
SET OF MATCH BUT FELL
the ninth gnme nnd tool; the set,
Kklund did somn flno lobbing nnd,
mane spvpral points that way. Ho
spoiupd to lip nblc to Judge tho bnck'
line beautifully, nnd when Collins
would come In, the lad would hoist
the hall over his head.
Small Crowd Present.
There wpro only n few spectators
piespnt, ns ther'o nre not ninny people
who rnn get nwny on n week day
to 8P0 n tennis match. Mr. Kenton
dsopped In for n whllo to seo his Kwa
men battlo It out on tho city courts
for tho Hnll Cup. The ninnnger wns
very pleased to see the youngsters
from tho big mill both In the Una)
The tournament wns n grent suc
cess ns tar at entries went, but tho
handicapping was not the best. The
virtual scrntch men wero all handi
capped nut or tho tournament ns far
us getting nto tho finals went. Cap'
tain Low went the farthest, nnd ho
had to go under to n man to whom
he owed fifteen nnd gnvo fifteen.
TENNIS AT MAN0A
Tournament Will Start Up
Next Week Big Entries
'At tho nnnunl meeting of the Mn
noa Tennis Club, which wag hold Inst
night nt the clubhouse, tho election
or o III uts for tho coming year was
got through nnd the following olll
elnls were selectpd: W. O, Slnglof
hurst, president; A. M. Xowcll, vice
president; II, von Da nun, heciotury;
M. Mnclntyre, treasurer; grounds
committee, Messrs. Stcere, Ocerr,;
Wnlo and lleardmore; entertainment'
committee, Messrs. Slnglehurst, Xn-
well, Steero nnd Ilenrdmore. I
Aftpr tho eleUlon was finished tho
matter of the proposed electric light
tournament was taken up, and It was
dcildcd In hold the cvont next week. ujms 0 Tl 1 2 0 0 0 0 r.
The full details have not yet Iippii liaso hits 0 2 2221000 !l
nrranged, but everything will bo fix- WAIPAHU.
wl up within n few days. ( nuns 0 1 o 1 0 1 1 1 t 0
The tournament will probably bo naBU ),B ., , ;, .0 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 2t-S
nn Invitational one, nnd somo flndj SUMMARY,
piny should be seen, ns tho llghtB nroj Threo-bnso lilts, Cordelro, Trav
niupli hettcr now nnd tho nickering, ens; two-base hit, Cordelro; Btruck
has been eliminated
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Tho full tenm of tho ('ollego of Hn
wall wns out practicing footbnll Inst
evening. Tho men worked out nenr
the High School and Jay Kuhns watt
much In evidence. Tho players nil
look pretty fit, nnd thpy have nettled
down to hard work with n vengeance.
Tho High School boys are trying In
get their football tenm going; yoster
day half n dozen men turned nut for
n preliminary practice, nnd they did
somo diving stunts.
Jackson Is doing somo strenuous drcd men in tho tinny who hnvo nt
work on tho road every night nud' ho tallied grcnt skill with tho revolver,
Is beginning to got his wind Into nnd It Is to stimulate this branch of
iprnpor ordor for the rnco with Kaoo
m October 1G.
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tt athletic clubs nro Invited to send tt
tt In the dates of nny events which tt
tt they mny be getting up, for In- tt
tt sertlon under tho nbove head. It
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it Oahu League, tt
.it Oct. 9. II. S. M. vs. .1. A. C. tt
tt Oct. 9. C. A. C. vs. I. A. C, tt
tt Oahu Juniors, it
it Oct. 9. Asahls" vs. Palnmns. it
it Oct !). Mil Hocks vs. C. A. C. i!
Jrs, ( ii
" Golf. it
it Oct. 23. Pour Hall, Fonrsnmn. II. tl
tt 0. C, Moanulua. it
ti Cricket. ii
it Oct. 1. Match. it
ii Tennis. it
ii Oct. fi. Mnnna Klectrlc Light ti
ii Tournament. ii
ii Running. it
it Oct. 1C Kaoo vs. Jackson. ii
TWO GAMES IN SUGAR
End of Series Is Approaching.
Two Good Games,
There were two games of baseball
In connection with tho Plantation
league last Sunday, nnd the first wns
played nt Walpahu between tho home
team nnd the Wnlalnn hunch. It
cndPd In n victory for' the Walpnhus
by n score of G to li.
The second gaino wns put up by
Kwa nnd Alen, nt Wnlpahti, nnd wns
won by Kwn, who put up a scoro of
7 to 4. Next Sunday tho Kwn boys
will have to play Wulnnno nt Wal
pahu, nnd .the winner or that gnme
will go up against tho Alean tor tho
Tho nlllclnl scores of both matches
on Sunday were:
Two-base hits, I Arhlu, A. Rod
rlgup, O. Dyson; bases on balls, oft
Arao r. ; stru k out, hy Arno 11, by
Caesnr 1 1; hit by pitcher, raakauln,
gpnpr, Caesar? double piny, Kreltng
tn Djson to Ornellas; left on liases,
Walnliin I"., Walpahu 11. Umpires,
Muudnu nnd Kenlohn.
Scoro by Innings:
out, by Mncnulay lfi, Klores T, Ken-
loha Ii; bases (in balls, off Mncnulny
2, I'lnrPK 6, Kenlohn 3; double piny,
(llrvln to Rodrlgues; hit by pitched
ball, Meyer 2. Umpire J. Williams.
Scnre by Innings:
Runs q 1000100 24
llaso hits 01110201 28
Runs 1 0 1 1 2 1 O'f 7
llaso hits 0 10 2 1111 7
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The now expert plslnl bndges will
bo issued soon to those who qunlllled
for tlicm. There nre nbotit live bun-
shooting that tho badgo hns been In
THREE MARES TO MEET
OVER SIX FURLONGS
Copit, Lizzie Mooro and Mary
Winkelfield to Race for
$750 Purse Close Finish
, Xext Saturday nt Knplolnnl Park,
the much'tnlked-of horse rnco be
tween Llzilo Moore, Mary Winkel
field and Copit will take place. A
purse of J700 has been put up and a
grent raco Ib assured. The dlstnnco
Is to be three-quarters of a mile, and
nil three owners nro confident that
their nags can pull oil the prize.
Copit Is looking well just now, nnd
tho fine little mnre will run a great
race. Lizzie, Mooro and Mary Win-
klefleld put up n close, finish over
half a mllo a few weeks ago, and as
n better jockey haa been engaged to
.ride Mary .Wlnkelfleld next Saturday
sho may turn tho tables on l.tzzlo
'Mooro. Whether cither of tho mnres
con beat Copit or not, Is another
proposition,' rind It remains to bo
seen how the six furlongs will suit
There wns a race tor a small stake
last Saturday nt the pnrk, but It wns
n runaway nffalr In which Clara C,
Blmply won ns sho liked from Hawaii
Wonder. The event caused no ex
citement to spenk or, nnd many poo.
pie wondered how thn "Wonder" (?)
ever en mo to bo sent up against
The rnce on Saturday next will bo
n different affair, nnd It would sur
prise nobody If nil three mnres fin
ished bo close together that tho pro
verbial blanket could rover tho
That horse rating has n great hold
on thn public Is nn assured fact,, nnd
thn tlmo Is ripe for somo enterprising
body of men to get together nnd torm
a-Honolulu Jockey Club. A trnck
enn easily bo Beciirpd, nnd thpn the
sporting ppoplo ot Oahu will not have
lo depend on tho other Islands for
their horso races. ,
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Phil Danky, the -well-known news
paperman, got out n fnko wireless
dnlly on the voyngo up on tho Siberia
to the Const. Ono item which caused
much excitement among tho many
Honolulu pnsscngers who wero on
board, read as follows: "Honolulu,
T. 1!. Anderson drnco, the notorious
escaped prisoner who lias been at
liberty for the past llvo months, was
captured today on Fort Btrcot, flrnce
wns disguised nB a policeman nnd wns
rpntrolliig u beat."
XEW YORK, Sept. 18. In one of
tho most remnrknble swimming fonts
ever attempted, Miss Iloso Pitonof, n
lloston girl, sixteen yenrs old, today
accomplished what tho innlo Bwlm
iners have tried time nnd ngaln with
out success. The little girl awnm
from tho New York Yucht Club nnch
orngo nt tho toot ot Kast 'Twenty-third
street to Coney Island Lightship, n
distance of lGVi miles, In n straight
lino, without nny noticeable fatigue
on her part, making the dlstnnco In
; ftvohoura nnd eight mlnutos.
PORTIND Dick CnvllI, nn Aus
tralian swimmer, swam forty yards in
' IS seconds lint at the Multnomah Club
' recently, thus clipping 1 1-5 secondB
off the best previous tlmo for the dis
tance. Cuvlll Is a -professional, but'
tlin 40-yard record 'which ho has bont
i en Ib nn, amateur record, thero being
no professional record recorded tor
40 yards.- Cuvlll also oanio within
1 1-5 seconds or the. world's record
for r.O yards, making Jttln 2.' 1-5,
Cuvlll' declared he was not nt his best,
having Just completed n three weeks'
Etennmlilp voyugo nud being soft In
SYRACUSE, X. y Sept. 15. At the
Stato Fair trnck today Tho Harvest
er, the groat brown horso owned by
August Uihelln of Milwaukee, piloted
by Kd fleers, broke his own and tho
world's recant for trotting stnlllons
of 2:02 by stepping u mite, paced by
a runner, In 2:0Hi- Horse and driver
wero given a great demonstration by
thn throng which jammed the stands
nud overflowed ugulnst the trnck
fences to the turns.
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