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FINE TENNIS SEEN AT OPENING
TOURNAMENT ON MOANA COURTS
CASTLE AND ROTH WIN OUT WITH NOWELL AND STEERE
AS RUNNERS UP RETIRED CHAMPION SHOWS GOOD
FORM CASTLE DID SOME BRILLIANT PLAY.
j On Satunln? afternoon tho new
Mounn Hotel tennis coiiiIh were
opened with a.Bhort tournament that
eight plnycrB took part In. Tho
play ull around was good, and the
courts proved to be In tho best pos
sible condition. They are beautiful
ly situated, and tho surrounding
groves of cocoa mi Is and other trop
ical trees muko the pla'c look like
The new courts have been well
planned and laid out. Thcro Is
plenty of room behind tho back
Hues, and that Is something that is
generally overlooked) when courts
aro built. Tho surfaco looks like
asphalt, btit Is better in every way
for this climate. Thcro Is a spring
In tho topdrcsslng that takes the
weight off the players' feet and
makes playing a' pleasure. The ball
bounds well, unci tho courts are so
truly laid that every stroko can bo
well gauged and there is no fear of
the sphere breaking' away at some
unknown unglo Just as tho stroke Is
Thcro was a good-sized gathering
of lovers of 'the game at the courts,
and many ladles wero In attendance,
A sprinkling of army offlcers anil
their wives was to be seen around
tho courts, and A. A. Young and
Manager Hertscho made everybody
feel at home.
Eight well-known players pulrcd
up, and played matches of two sets
nut of three against one another:
One of the 'most Interesting features
of tho afternoon was the reappear.
anco of tho retired champion, Will
Itoth, In tho game. Itoth showed
that ho still has tho strokes, and,
barring a little wlldnees at times, ho
played well. Ills placing was ex
cellent, and several times he had his
opponents guessing when It camo to
knowing wheie he was going to put
tho ball. At the net Iloth was In
fallible, and tlmo after tlmo ho
brought oft shots that reminded one
of Khumbhaar at his best.
Castle Brilliant. '
A. L. Castlo partnered Iloth, and
the game the. pair put up was as
good as has been scon hero for a
long time. Tho Cooko brothers, who
hold tlio Hawaiian doubles 'liam
plonshlp,' would have a tough con-,
tri.ct if they went up against Castle
and Itoth. "Al" played n groat
game, and ho was particularly
strong on his service, which ho, has
developed a lot In tho last year. Ills
volleying was also fine, and, alto
gether, the played splendidly.
.Iloth and Castlo .tackled Low and
Richards first and had no trouble
In winning two sets straight, fi-3,
C-l. Captain Low played his usual
good gamo and ho worked very hard.
Atherton Richards was at sea u lot
of times, and ho docs not play any
thing llko tho gamo at doubles as
he docs In singles. Ho does not
llko to volley, and would Insist on
standing right, up against tho net
where his opponents could lob ovor
his head anil forco Low to cross over
and play, the ball. If tho young
ster would stand a llttlo further
. Dromin and
unless you reel HKe it. . - t
You'll find they're all good fellows, here
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
t' i- i-si-iL' Jiw, As-tsfc
back he would do better as Boon as
he found out that It is not so very
hard to volley from about the ser
While the Roth-Castle nnd Low
Richard's match was being played on
the makul courts, Ilockus and R. A.
Cooko wero busily engaged with No-
well nnd Stecre. All four players
were extended to their limit, nnd
there wero some long rallies In the
two sets played. Tho first BCt went
to Now) and Stcere, who won out
C-4, Nowcll played a dashing game
and his smashes were brought off
from all parts of tho court. Ho Is
deadly once he gets his racquet onto
a lob, nnd he hits so hard that thcro
Is no chanco of getting the ball back,
His great height has a lot to do
with tho strokes ho brings off, and
It Is a difficult mutter to pass him
along tho sidelines.
rTllo second set also went to No
wcll and Stcere, who took It G-2.'
Steere played a dashing gamo nnd
ho ducked Nowcll up well. Ilockus
and Cooke tried their best, but tho
other combination was too strong tor
As soon as tho preliminary rounds
were Mulshed; the finals wero started
up, and the winners tackled one an
other 'htlo' tlio losers' also went at
It on the other court. '
It was seen from the start that
Castle, and Roth would have a tough
struggle with Nowell nnd Stcere,
and so It turned -out, as the first
set went to 7-5 beforo It was cap
tured by Castlo and Roth. Thero
wero sonic flno rallies and, tho bril.
llant play brought forth applause
from tho spectators.
In tho second set Castle nnd Roth
played even better than In tho first,
and they took tho set G-l. The con
ditions of tho match wero tho best
two out of threo sctB, and Custlo and
Roth, by beating Nowell and Stcere,
came out as winners of the day's
tournament. Nowell and Stccro camo
out second, and third place was
fought out by Uockus-Cooke and
Tennis Is in tho air nowadays, and
on Wednesday next tho Munoa night
tournament will start up. Tho en'
tries for tho tournament will clrso
tomorrow at noon nt 13. O. Hall &
Son's, and a largo list Is anticipated.
TBoro, is home talk of a newspapor
scries,' ami the three' dally papers
will all have men in the play. It Is
expected that Manager Hertscho will
give, tho uso of tho Moana courts on
n Sunday to the scribes, nnd that
then all dlltcrpuccs-can be.sottlcd In
an . amlcablo ' mariner 'with' tho
tl M Jt
rive clubs lutvo signed tho nppll
cation fur membership with the A.
,As U., and there Is every chance of
five more nt least signing up beforo
tho mall leaves for the mainland.
The clubs that have Blgnod aro Hu
wailan Outrigger Club, Hnawllan
Football Ashoclution, McKlnlcy High
School, Grammar School Lcaguo nnd
the V. M. C. A, "
lollVwu.p you v:don?t have t6 p.uv;,;
HONOLULU BATSMEN TOO
! STRONGFOR SAILORS
Cartwrjpht Makos 30 By At
tractive Batting Bob And?
crson Contributs 14 Gap
tain Kelly Bost, for Sailors,
On Saturday nttcrnpun. tho Hono
lulu Cricket Club cloven defeated tho
team of sailors from I ho IlrltlshBhlps
now In port, by a score of 93 to 32.
The match was played on tho, Mnklkt
grounds nnd .although thcro woro
slight showers at times, tho gamo
was much enjoyed.
Cnplaln Kelly,, for tho snllors, hit
up 10 runs, and ho was top scorer; he
was the only man to muko double fig
ures on his sldo, and ho batted well.
Masscy and Darclay wero tho others
who made anything llko a score, and
their confrlbulloiis Were 7 to 6, res
pectively." Kor tho Honolulu team Cnrtwrlghl
made top score 30 and he hit well
ull around tho. wicket. Dob Anderson
was lust getting set when ho hit one
up from Masscy and Ramsey took
It. Hob's score was 14, and tlio sailors
woro lucky to get rid of him so cheap
Gray also batted well for tho homo
toam nnd ho, mndo 19 beforo his wic
ket was scattered by Ramsey. Max
well was tho only othor hian to mako
doublo figures and ha had hit up 11
when, ho was caught by ,Ramscy oil
Mr. "Extras" scored heavily and, lij
tho Sailor's Inning, ftvo runs were
scored In that manner. In tho homo
team's inning olght extras woro scor
od, and tho wlckctkccpcr did not feel
too Joyful, about tho matter.
Another match will probably bo
played noxt 'Saturday as a couple
moro Ilrltlsh steamers aro expected to
arrlvo during this wcok.
COUNTRY CLUB IS
Manoa Cup Play Starts Up
Next Sunday Stowart
jCup Soon. . t
Thero was n big guthorlng of golf
ers, at tho Country Culb yestorday
ami ..the day was much enjoyed by
everyone. Tho links aro In excellent
ordor and tho recent, rains have
freshened up" things a lot. - '
Noxt Sunday tho qualifying round
of the, Manoa cup will be played, and
tho 'elKtecli'beat, tsogrerawlll .become
cllgjblo'for the finals, which aro sched
uled for October. The triiphy has
to be won threo times beforo It bo-'
comes tho absoluto property of any
ono player. At '! present Ton a"l'
flcorgo Angus nnd AUstln Whlto hnvo
legs In for tho chfW. Whlto Is now
settled on tho mainland and cannot
ho counted 'in tho' affair. Angus will
bo back n Honolulu on tho Sierra.
and ho will surely defend his tltlo to
Tho Stowart cup competition will
start up soon, and It Is almost de
elded that. It will bq an open ono
to be played on the County Club links.
(Icorgo Angus will bring back Mr.
Stewart's decision In tho matter, and
then tho piny can bo ono ahead
Tho members of tho Country Club
havo been turning out In great mini
hem lnfol v. iiml mnnv friends nlrn
, , ,;,. , .
drop In on Sundays. An cnjoyabloj
day can bo put in at tho links, audi
tho fact that luncheon can bo obtain-1
cd thero Is a great Inducement for
m eji to put In tho wholo of Sunduy at
HEALANIS DEFEAT '
, , .MYRTLE OARSMEN
Youngsters Have Great Race
i Qvor Ono Mile Course.
Thoro wns Joy ut the Honlanl boat
club on SnturUay afternoon when the
Hcatanl "kids" beat tho Myrtles to It
In tho rowing raco that has been talk
ed of biJ much Blnco Rcgntta Day. Tho
llealnnls woji by about threo lengths,
nnd then nothing was too good for
tho lads when they returned to tho
Tho raco was from tho number two
.buoy to tho idles opposite tho lien-
lani shed, and tho distance wasnbout
ono mllo. Tho Myrtles got n llttlo
tho hotter of tho start but before tho
boats had gono very far tho Ilea1
lanls forgCd ahead.
Tho Myrtles rowed In tho Alf. Hog
rrs but they got no ndvautago on
Saturday as tho raco was a straight
away ono nnd thcro was no turn to
.mnko. Tho crews on Saturday were
! Healanls. Myrtles. .
V. Rvans ..'.... stroke'.;.'. ..C. Crozlcr
i Kruger B K. Smith
H. Klcinmo., I '.Max fioltu
I). Denny.,..! 3 -. ...C. Sims
C. Brodcrlck 2 ...,C. Lltllojohn
A. Rowat ..- 1 L. Hough
L. Cunlm cox 1). (Jlrdlcr
PICTURES IN TOWN!
Edwin Fernandez. Has Set of
fi Hoc nf R rr Fa it.
""uu "' "'b ' '.? )
Thcro Is no, need now to cry about
not being thlo to hco tint Jeffries
Johnson fight pictures, as right In
Honolulu a fine set of slides Is nt
pitLent on show, and from tho pic
tures It is Been that tho big holler
maker v did not havo a chxiico
against tho negro.
Kddlo Fernandez, the woll-known
baseball man, has with his usual en
tcrprise beaten a lot of other show.
men In getting tho unlquo pictures
first. Although not rcnlly motion
pictures, tho slides thut Ed has uro
just as good, Thoy ,wero tukon' b'y
Dana, tho famous photographer, and
live pictures wero taken during each
round of tho championship fight.
The series starts oft with a v(ew
of Reno, and Is followed by pictures
of every phaso of tho great fight
from tho time tho oldtinq chaniplblia
wero introduced to tno crowu, ,uu
poor Jeffries Is saved from tho ac
tual knockout by, Hcrgor telling
lllckard to. stoii the contest. The
pictures aro marvels of photography,
and every blow thoy wero few on
Jeffries' pnrt is shown.
Kd Kcrnundez has got a gold mine
In the set of pictures, and tho crowd
that last night had a private viow
of the slides was unanimous in de
claring that nil tho sports of Hawull
will want to see the pictures.
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TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 4K 1010
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