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MANOA NIGHT TENNIS
FIVE MATCHES PLAYED LAST NIGHT THREE WERE
WON EASILY, THEN TWO WERE CLOSER IRWIN'S
SERVE. PROVES UNPLAYABLE COOKE BROTHERS IN
GOOD FORM.- ' .
MH J f. l J III!
"Knncy having' to come mil . the
wny 'tWin hornet' to "BCe tennis-' by )at night, than ho generally does,' Ainn finri Pwn in Pliu Tiun
electee llght'"in ,l'iontou'lu'"llb'i.4nd h0 'brouBht ott 8"ne nlce, drlYeT't?ilt nf Thr J PnnSL' Tr
,i.J...' ,:... -.,.ft.-.itos:M does.iiot geem toreii.h ihe. vol. Uut of ihree . Gamps tor
ciaimen,a. pretty 4raallhinl .SrllasJjj
nignt to, neri rather. Ana it was ap
liarent that tho young iladyjnwas
astonished at the' enterprise' of rthi5
tennis players, of the mid-Pacific
The scene at the Manoa courts
last night' was a very pretty one, and
although the high wind that prevail
ed rather Interfered with the play
ing, and did not add to the comfort
of the spectators, an enjoyable even
ing waB spent. The air was cool
and the crowd n congenial one, and
even If the play was hardly up to
standard, there was some fun to bo
The electric lights were In excel
lent condition, and' the flickering
wasnll The new lamps nro"glod
oiiil u'ey flood the court pn libth
$W$lth. a 'brilliant glow that
WWaA!fyS ,P!nylnB very like that of
Klvo matches were played last
night, and only two ot them were
anything like even. Three were
won by the easy scores of io-1, 10-1,
10-3. The first two mentioned
might have easily been 10.0, It the
ISMlffS, had tried their bent. These
:ftWMvfiy"'4? rn'her robbel the
nntches of interest, but somclhlut;
like tliat'must happen when u first
rlasit man runs iiti inrnlnst n mnn
who docs not know much about' the!
kuiiiu, iiio uiiivr IIIUICUCB WVIV
closer, and the loser's got seven
games whllo'the winners were' piling
up the ten necessary to cinch the
The spectacular featuro of the
evening was the serving of Irwin.
The man from tho Far East certain-
ly got in some terrific serves, and
In the ninth gamo against Single-
hurst he took the game to lovo with
four serves that wero like shots
from a rifle.
Irwin vs. Sintrlehunt.
Irwin and Stnglehurst opened the
ball last nlght;;'nnd for"i(' while1 thq
games were level. Wlienl 'eight -hat
bepn playeditho; scorpiiwas four.-all
but .Uien Irwin took. two In.sucres
slon ,and (ied. "The'nSlngierlurst
captured a'noth'er and'l'rwln reiilfed
by1 w'l'nn'fng tWree; 'bn'ST'tiffir' the oth
er. "Wlth'the,'score standing at 9-5
In Irwin's favor, Slnglehurst-woke
up and .placed 1)1, very best. He took
two more games, and It began1 to
look as It the' match' would be.,a
close one. Irwin, however, tookthe
next game and won out, 10-7,
The winner played a better game
than he has' for a long time. While
weak In the volleying line, he served
well, and, using u cut stroko on his
a rives, scorea cuBiiy ai times.
Schmidt Wat Easy.
The next "match" was. that be;
tween Atherton nlchards and WlT,
Schmidt, ntld It was a runaway af
fair from the first bull served till
the' set ended. For game after game
nlchards lust hit the ball back any
old way .and Schmidt did the rest,
It was a very poor exhibition, and
young lllchrda bad no trouble la
winningjwfiv-i. ii vrus me leiun
game that Bchnildt won, and he tool;
u 10 voytf ; ip,uuirrviuui kuiuk
nlchards, 'made 'tHfeiaiidMble tapiti
and then wan out afteriall' '
was that he did' better than when
he was, pottering aiound trying to
lilt them 'over the net In an easy
Whon Atherton had disposed of
Schmidt, the doubles were started up
and Hemenway anil Binglehurst
I . V j ' n... ,C
uiuiiuruu. ... a m.u,or ......
away matcn, nnu tne laai-nameii puirjnnd cara Koat)nBi tlie mBnty ntoni
won out by n score of 10-1. Cooke vcrBat0 entertainers who will apicai
was In excellent form, nnd he vol.lnt 10 Em,,ra tomorrow nlgbt. They
leyed brilliantly. Ills ground trokeiLre .iireci from nichnr.ts' Trloll In
wero also good nnd he showed about,
as gaou lurm us no hud uyoi uuuo,
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HONOLULU, T. I!., TUF.BDAY, OCT.
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"'Atherton did belter In the doubles 1.
y game, and would do better.' If he
Mood up1 closer to the net. .Still) he
did good wortr-and he 'and his prt
jner did pretty well as they liked
with the other pair.
The next match was also a doubles
event, and Schmidt-Warren beat
McCallum-McIntyro 10-7 after an
amusing match. All four players
did their best to get the ball across
the, 'net, and at times there were
some long-sustained rallies that
made the spectators sit up and voice
The final match of the evening
was that between It. A. Cooke and
Harry Gray, and once more the ge
nial Harry went down In defeat. The
qcorq iwloq,, and Cooke was too
strong tor nis opponent, uray, now
ever, got In some fine Btrokes, and
he made Cooke play his best to win,
', This, evening there 'will 'be some
very interesting mafcjies, .and trie
uesi piayerii in ine lourjiameni win
take part. The matches' will be as
Men's Doubles Gray and Stecro
vs. Greenfield nnd Savage, at. S p. m
Mail's Singles Atherton Richards
vs. Jack Guard, at 7:30; nic'hard
Cooke vs. Gerald Irwin, at 8:30; A
Ms Nowell vb. W. W. Low, at 9j
Johnnie Waterhouse vs. II. E. Sav
age, at ,9:30.,,, y (
JUNIORS WDULD. PLAY
SENIORS INDOOR GAME
Y, M. 0,4. Baseball Players
Are Eager for Match.
Indoor baseball Is all the rage
nowadays, and Boon the game will
be played everywhere a hall 'Is avail
able. The following challenge speaks
- Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct. 11, 1910
Dear Sir: Kindly allow us space
jn- ynurAbrfctrtlng- columns to Issue
bur thalleitgefto a'game of Indoor
ball wltH'-trfetY.sM.i'C. At8nlpir.
losers tn iMtiv 'for refreshments.: Tile
following are 'trie ijunlor playtrsv ll.
Klemmei e.'jr OH Mills, i p.; .,N.,Mc.
Gillre, lb;;' A'. Sltvaf lib.', A. Auep
hack, 3b.; 'K. McGuIro, iss.;il,i ,Rosa,
field; sub.,S. Tinker. j
Honing .you will Issue the above
challenge and objlge ,
K"-f nnntaln nfMunlnrs.
'p. S. Dr. Hand preferred for an
umpire. Game Friday night, Octo
tt tt tt
Tliev ofllelalB for the races at the
Athletic .Park' hiive been selected and
they are as follows: Judges Lester
Petrle, William Williamson, Charles
Chllllngworth; McClellan, W. T. Ilaw
lriifl and W, Slmerson. The starter
will be John Lane and I3en Holltnger,
BemJClqrk nnd W. Chilton wilt hold
the watchds. August RelnecHs will
act as clerk of the .course.
The press buncUo't. expert racquet
menr got kolng ycsterilay ufltrnoiiii
artd-some good' tennis was plnyisd. Tae
RhirVT?hfflRntntlvs.' are riractlsliiii
i,.;rjJ4J! ".... Ki..-i- " .: .... t..
i uuru moruBr w iihvc d,ku, ui iiitruui-
Manager Overond has secured the
W,8. T. IIarry Stela nm, ClaU(,0
syoney which Is a good guaranteo of
uieif auilliy, ;
DEFEAT WAIANAE BY
SCOREIOF 15 TQ ,7
th'e Chapiplpnship ot Bush
It takes a real dyed-ln-the-wool
fan to write up n baseball game, es
pecially when his own team has won
out. The Plantation league has one
scribe who Is on to his Job from
the standpoint of his own nine. The
following account of last Sunday's
game between Ewa 'and Walanae Is
the real dope:
Sunday was a day of great re.
Jolclng In Ewa, as the baseball team
put Itself In the running for the
tup for 1910. lly defeating Wala
nae they now play Alea the best
two out ot three games for the pen.
nant. ' !
1 Wali(ili'uiwiis the' scene of the op
erntldllB, VIiUei'Kwa- and Walanae
wettMfhe'lcontehditig parties., To have
bfcWItlWtf dllBI vttwild think that. It
wtfs" eVerjUodr,'Mse : agaltist Ewa(
TW6 or three 'gentlemen, conspicuous
by their size, but rendered small by
their show ot sense. Bought numbers
of times to dampen the ardour of
the young and lusty, rooters ot the
Uut Ewa was. winning, and not
eVcn alt'-tlitW water on tho Island
fetftrTdUtaVe llim 'eTijl' effect on, those
dnifcaI'fottlt!fB7"ltrib were willing to
UeVltlle' jmHtott"Hhclr back that1
th61p?oWteiim (6uld win..
'It would be very good policy on.
the part of the National -League
Commission to' eliminate all rooting,'
and then there would be no fear of
an under official putting a too-ard
ent visiting rooter oft the plantation
The game In Itself was rather a
one-sided affair with regard to play.
Walanae came to bat firstand were
dismissed almost Immediately. Ewu
In the first came to the mark and
had one man clean the rubber, which
gave them the lead. Walanae In the
second came to bat to oven' 'matters,
and Mundon sent out' a hlce home
run, which p'ut'the two teams on
HCTuteh once again.
'Mundon deserved more for his hl(v
arid it was a pity there were no
n)en on bases: Ewa was not, to be
denied, however, and In their sec
ond attempt they filled the bases.
Meyer ot Ewa wanted to outdo
Mundon, so with base's full he walk
ed right .In tq the first ball and
made a three-bagger, scoring them
all and eventually getting home him
self. Ewa then began tp play ball,
and while they h'lt pul -runs by twos
am threes? iWajanne. was kept to
that little number called' zero. 'In
the beginning Dftthc. eighth Wnlanae
looked dangejoys, as Will), good bat
ting and a"f$wj error's tjy Ewa, they
netted five runs. Ewa, however.
was too far ahead' to fear, Walanae
made one to the ninth and the game
onded amid Brpatjoy, of, the Ewa
peopler TliVJlnM 'Scores w'ertt: 'Ewa
15, Walanae v'S '
The Walanao boVs playsJ'a hard
game, and did thejjfbest to win. They
deserve a great dwl ot credit fof- the
good fight they'finade, put against
..jBwa's big score 'it Waaalhiost )m'-
possible to Wn. The ( Ewa .boys
plfyed a very cjireful alid, ctose
game, and wri thoball.;.ft;the
rae. In ply WlnWwAhgJhjltiilr
team won. -,'r i S" b'f
Thero were nulta nuraher.of ?c)n-
base hits. Xhreelbaso..'iil(s,'.wer,e
credited to i Meyer (1) and Lalng
(1). Hom6Vfun,tundon; basea on
balls, ort Macaulay 2, Meyers 1;
struck out, by Macaulay C, Meyers
0, Slmpnon 3.
Sam Ch'llllng'wortli umpired In a
very able way and clearly demon
strated that he knows the game. His
decistons were good and prompt, and
both teams were quite satisfied.
st it tt
There Is a movement afoot for the
Ouhu league to take over the Athletic
I'urk but It Is doubtful If, as things at
present exist, 'the deal will. come off.
IS IN RUNNING
SENIORS, JUNIORS AND
. BOYS!. CLUBS TO PLAY,
Y. M, C, A, Takes Hand In
betting I hings Going
''Schedule.. Is Arrange
Marines Are Wanted to Join,'
i There Is a boom in Indoor-base
ball, and a schedule of games has
already been arranged by 11. S. Gault
of the Y. M. C, A. A start will be
made next Monday night, and Dr.
nana is anxious to meet .Captain
llamsey ot tho Marines and have htm
arrango a team to go up against the
Y. M. C. A. bunch.
Only two Junior mntches have bo
far been arranged, but the seniors of
the Hoys' Clubs and the Y. M. C. A.
are all ready for the beginning. The
schedule Is as follows;
Kauluwela vs. Kallhl, at Knllhl,
Deretanla vsrPalnmaV at I'alama,
Oct. 181 '
Palamu'vs. Kallhl, at Kallhl, Oct.
Kn'uiuweia vs. Y. M C. A., at Y,
M.'C. A.. 'Oct. 24.
Palama vs. Deretanla, at Palama,
'' Y. M;'C. A; vs. Kallhl, at Y. M. C.
A., Oct. 31.
Kauluwela vs. Dei-etanla, at Kau
luw'elaJfNoy 4. ' ' ' ' '
" Y, .M.' c; A. vb. Palama, at Y. M.
C.'A., Nov. 7.
Kaiiluwe'la vs Kallhl, at Kallhl
M Palama .vs. Kauluwela, at Palama,'
Nov. 18. , v
Kallhl vs,- Deretanla, at Kallhl,
Nov. 21. ' '
Y. M. C. A. vs1. Deretanla, at Y,
M. C. A., Nov. 2S.
Ii it a
S0IS AND OASKES.
John McCandless' has returned from
the mainland, nnd the line athlote will
take part In the various sports and
games that w)ll be on tap for the
next few months. He will be on the
College of Hawaii team, and should
bo. a great acquisition to the eleven.
Harvard University will hnvo the
benefit of Paul .Wlthington's advlco
as regards athletics In the future. The
Honolulu man will get a largo salary
for his services, and he Is' thought to
be worth every cent of It. i
ine nig wniie Dargo uiai nas Deen
In use at the Healaql boat club for'
years, was broken pretty-'well up on
Sunday. It appears that, so'mo "kid
and his friends took the' boat out and
tried to do surfing, stunts in it; the
consequence was that several large
holes were punched In the bottom ot
the craft and yesterday a dozen or so
members of the club had to curry the
barge overland to a place where an
attempt will bo made to mend her.
Kaoo was out on tho roads yester
day and he Is running In good form;
he should give people a taste ot his
quality before he runs against Sol
dier King; the last time the old feW
!b apieared Jn; the Halelwa .Mara
thon he was down and out neur tho
flhlah, and It would be better fd'hlra
ttffchow the Honolulu public that, he
Uj.ln really' good fettle' now. ,
1 Gpnnlel Hayes dropped Into x the.
Bulletin ofllco this moraine arid
jinnounced that be. has to undergo an!
v. .i"lk .1.1. )L. i- -... .. .i.J'i
1BIHL1UJ, U11U lllIV',Jlt IB UUl U( lilt;
Idng.yrstunce runhlria gimofor u,ll
Tldle. .'Haves, wlll-.'tiij( Win tinlf 'iuIIb
IrunV.lnttutpro ttlult;s It the varicose
TBuis iiiaf Breirouuiing-pHii aro curea
by the operation. "
Throwing tlio'baseball will bo a
feature ot the sports meeting at the
Athletic .I'urk next Sunday and if
Johnnie Williams, Loslle and a few
others get going Borne good marks
should be established.
THE FINE8T FABRIC
Is coarse compared with tho lining of
the bowels. . Whon Irritated wo have
pains, diarrhea, craniw. Whatever
tho cause, take Painkiller (1'orry
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