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SOME SPECTACULAR TENNIS
LAST NIGHT ON MANOA COURTS
BOCKUS AND R. A. COOKE MAKE MAGNIFICENT RECOV
ERY AND WIN SET THAT -APPEARED TO BE LOST
COMBINED EWA AND PUUNENE BEAT CITY PAIR.
Notwithstanding that there Were a stroke. Irwin la a verv fast sorv.
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Several showers or rain last night,
thc ,Munoa night tournament was
joiitlnucil, and some good tenuis was ).... . ,v, " ' ' , '
. . .iWlrff petting ut tho back o( tho
ccn. The vowd was a fulr-Blsed
uilc, and although tho ralu drove a
(cw of thu people away, there wore
som'o Wh6 etnjed till the very last
stroke of tho Savage-Waterhouse
match, which wound up-'the even
Tho most exciting match of tho
evening was the one between It. A.
Cooke - llockus and Nowcll - Guard.
The play was,, spectacular, aud at
ono stage of the set tho Nowell com
bination led by a score of S to 1.
The match seemed to be all over bar
the shouting, hut when things look
ed desperate Cooke and llockus
changed their tactics and begun to
lob. This scheme worked well, and
Guard and Nowtlf went rather up
In the ulr, and tho other pair quick
ly overhauled the big lead.
After some flue play, during
which llockus and his -partner
forced Itlo pace, the score was even
ed up, and the spectators began to
see light ahead for the pair that had
lost! so many games nt tho start,
llockus and Cooke kept going all the
time and only allowed their oppo.
nents to get two games during tho
time they were piling up nine'. The
set ended In a victory for Cooko and
llockus by a score of 10-7. llockus
found dimculty In serving at first,
but, acting upom the advice of his
partner, went to tho extreme corner
of tho court to servo and then ,did
good work. The light does not,
bother bo much when the scrvpe is
delivered from the corner Instead of
from tho usual spot on the hack
Sugar Doctors Win.
Another doubles match thnt was
plajcd was that between Greenfield
Savage and Oraj-Stcere. It resulted
In a win for tho "sugar doctors," as
they beat the city men 10-0. Some
good tennis wus played, but Green
field and Savage were the stronger
pla)crs. Savage hails from Puunenc,
Maui, and Greenfield from Ewn. lioth
are sugar chemists, and they play
really good games of tennis. i
Captain1 Low having los,t to) No-
well by default, the other sliftlen1 quite recovered from the Illness thift
wore played off. Atherton nichardaoiertook him shortly after he fougljt
unu uuk-iiiucu iruuuie 111 ue.cuutig
Jack Guard 10-3, and the lyoung
holder. of the Wall Cup got In some
I flpe, strokes. Ills service was good,
and he drove In brilliant asbion. lie 'went to Australia on tho Zoalandib,
got Up li' 'great- paco uhd 'carried g'ae a show lrkSuva, FIJI. ThoStajs
Guard off his feet. I went up agninst native boxers and, if
AnotbbV slhg'fes match tlfat wjis'course, did as they liked with thcdi.
nlased was that between Savage and."
John WaterhouBe. It was started
late In the evening, and nearly
cvorjbcidy had gone homo so as to
omo so as to
s falling falr-f
in a. shower
uvuiu uic rum IIIUI WUB
The set slatted off In a. shower
of rain, and Savace. rlcht from tho
itnrt liP-m. tn fnrirn ahead. "Ilia
service was very strong, and he was'P
crAlttntt In onmn flnn ilrtvoa thn IrAlif
Waterhouse on the run all tho timeaeafs will be.2 each. In the upper
Savage took-gama attor.gantq.iuid juvlllon the price of .seat. n the
piled up the score tilj It stood nt
5-0. Theh the players changed
sides, nndlMlll Savage kept going
ahead. Wken the Puuneno man had
i the twelfth
to deuce twice,
. Tim n n n 1 .Tirrir A urntt
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Savage wins. 10-2. '
This evening the tournament will
bo contlriued, If the rain to
There will he mixed doubles, mens
Hnnlilaa nr1 man'u alttrrloa nlitvon fTt.
UUUu.c H..u ...v.. o .B.w i---- -.
and a good time Is assured the spec-
Matches for Tonight,
At 7:30 Miss Lucy ward and Q.
Irwin wll piny Mrs. Coulter and
Clarenro Cooke, and thoro will sure-
ly.bo somo fine rallies. Miss Ward
plas ii good game, and she seems
able to get back mostly an kind of
inamu) inn uiiiiuucui iuvs, -vi'mi' an.icu nwiuo imu,, f,ip, wulhJ.n flgUter S not the best judge
-JlA I. I n.AaAmftr 1. n 1141 m tISn MvlrAr hnfrvi a lAiln rwt. Ab !.. .JB i T.. - .If
& changed a little, and Waf, aritf through with iroadwor.lr-for tie of thoTIng nifcn a of the oplnlort that
. 'PY Wiving "bTiiVd, got -iifSyUsonuntll thewpjndts champlpti-fin tho world.lt lslcnlflcant that'rhost
'Shortly. oftWwards, with the Hli) Isfli'les wltlf rhIlaaelphlv4ho first hafld flilht of JKitcheP will
nHlnglat 'OVl.MViitorhouso pns. -.,Jiocal eathushista enWacedlJrtve his unUolngX ThJla strrtOB
'un rnvoir and 'took! another thelh nist onpouanKy to-'.textehdlHtuemcnt anfl
Tb2lwaa;thslUakLlhtf codldrthelricbniiratullftlbhs. l rfUJI '-', 'ifctie time
ever..afd.WaVage epturV, 4VI "' f-- WA Sfbeen I
gme, after. Jt had gorio .vmv YOUittOct. 5:u-Luelen Ofi.rV1. lmu
x r -A .,,'.
er and lie wins a lot of games
"ralght through his ability to de.
llvnr nti nlmn.l ...tnln nliln Kail Th.
courts would have to be anothed
twenty. ect further behind to enable
n man to take Irwin's fastest ser
vice. ' ' ,
Clarence Cooke nlwas plays a fin
ished game, and he will be well
backedup by Mrs. Coulter. The
lady champion Is in better form than
she was last week, and she may bo
relied upon to play a great game to
At 8 o'clock Irwin will tucklo 11.
A, Cooke in the singles, and before
tne match Is over there win be seen
some fine tennis. Cooke Is playing
vtelf Just now, and he will make tho
man from Shanghai play up all the
A.fl soon as the slnglcs"'rhatch Is
finished, another mixed doubles set
will be played. M'83 l'aty npd Bab
bitjt vlll piny Mrs. Cltvo Davles and
Anderson. This match Is ttchcdulcd
to start, ,nt'S:30, butA)t may bet 9
little later before It begins. "1
The evonlng'wlll wind, uplwltb ft
doubles match between ' Greenfleld-
Savace and Ilockus-n. A. Cooke.
This should prove to be n line match
nnd'tlle lovers of tennis wllibe sent
home In good humor after a splen
did evening's tun.
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DOTS AND DASHES. ' '
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A baseballgame which promUes'to
be of unusual interest Is scheduled
for CJirlstmns Day' between a picked,
tenm of the Uhue llascball League
and tho champion Chinese AtfileUc
Club team of Honolulu. 'The jattej-r
iii piny lour games, (luring um-jst-mas
week, with as many of tho League
There will bo n mooting of tho Oahu
llascball League tomorrow night at
tho omco of Sonator C. F. Chilling
worth. Soma decision as to whether
tho second series of games be aband
oned or not will probably bo arrived
K(ck Cullen Is gottlng plenty, o'f
matches In Australia, nnil im lin lmii
iiuj.iiiu ineagoau, 110 saoum 00 I10C-
aldod as a winner soon.
Billy I'apkc'.and tho.othor pugs wljo
IIHLADELPHIA, Oct. G. John
L lloydler announced today that the
uieacner peats jor tne worlds e-wlth Sara La-ngtord, finally, peat Tom-
r'ea baseball games would 'sell 'for my Durns, and. conclude the perform-
111 instead of 60 cents, as was on-'anco 6y beating JackJohnson for the
nouited at Cincinnati. Temporary! world's championship. It Is said also
uieaclier peats lor the world's s
seats, to be erected In the outfield.
In the outfield,
s. In the' lower
first eight rows
will sell for CO cents. In the' lower
mllon Boats In the first eight rows
Will bfi S3 p.lrh and thfl
rest of the
H.t Ave rows v(llbn,I3 uh nd
.' for the rest-'of. the' stand.; i
C1IICAGO, Oct Bv-Mpnager Frank
uuance; nnu nis) waxionai League
V....1..1... i. ...ll l.n...n l,...M.nv! IJ
aiiivu, u wou'Kiivitu Iiuiociiiaii, in
dead at the ned Cross Hospital here
0f heart disease. Hehad
had been ac
lively engaged In racing since 1865.
lie was a former part owner in the
lfnnu...lt. t -t. nV t,nA .......
muuuiuuin ram race .v, aim -.
one of the builders of the track at
Linden, N. J,, which was abandoned
'about ton jears ago. His Silver
iirook farm at Itedbank, N. J., had,
been the home of many famous
dorses. Appleby was (hit breeder of
Henry of Nnvnrre, Knight of the
Thistle and other wall-known thnr-
IIAHKBALL. , AMUSEMENTS. I AMUSEMENTS. '3
COUNTRY PLAYERS GIVE
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Fans- Have Great
Time at Waialua Luau Is
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Game Soont "
There was a flno gamo of baseball
down at Waialua on Sunday, and
the men who took part'lp It were
too modest to sa'y anything about It
till this morning. Tho game was
between the Kewalo JUniors mid the
Waialua bunch of swatters. The
Kewalos won out by a score of 8 to
2 after a really fast game that was
all pan In sixty-seven minutes.
The Kewalos and their support
ers, tc the number of one "hundred
and fifty, took tho Limited to Waia
lua, and there were met by the coun
try people, who entertained their
guests In right royal fashion.
1 Tho game was played on the field
near the plantation office, and a big
crowd turned out to see the match.
The runs began coming right from
the start, and the Kewalos soon had
a! substantial leud, which, try as
they would, the Waialua boys were
not nble to overcome.
After the gome was finished, the
whole party adjourned to a luau.
where all tho best things to eat
were spread on the tables. The vis
itors did Justice to the spread, and
then some music was Inludged in
Some of the Honolulu fans did somo
fine singing and brought down the
house with their turns. The Kewa
los returned to town by the train
'that reached the ibpotl at '10:30,
and it was a tired' but happy bunch
that then wended its Way to car and
Tho Kewalos wish to express their
thanks to the Waialua people for the
very hospitable manner in which
they were entertained. It Is thought
that a return gamo will bo plnyod
at Waialua In tho near future, and
another cnjojablo day Bhould be
spent by all thoso toftunato enough
to take in the trip.
STANLEY KETCHELL '
TALKS VERY BIG
Would Like Four Contests Be
fore Retiring From Ring.
1 Stanley Kotchel keeps his name
very much before the public theso
days, oven If bo Is apparently fitting
from ono stopping place to another.
The story iUBcnWTiVell MhoMid
dlq West that. Kotchel -wahts to wind
ui his career with tour nintcnes. 11
a whispered that Jio would like to
take on Al Kaufman, then hook up
with Sara La-ngtord, finally, peat Tom
lthnt Kotchel has ranked .the men with
that KotchS has ranked tnyi
the Idea of taklnglth'e ankles
of ' ' t I
the Idea of taklngtthe easiest on first
Even tho best friends of the Mich-
'Ban, ,n,nn ,WJ" have to 1Blralt thnt h,
-0" ,1 ""' " l'"BnnT Tn
., . -, , -,. f kwcllfll ,a, orrhM
-,, ,, 'A , j, ,. ,, (rt i,
rforite'ln Xfoje of the matches
tlmt we beerf suggested.
hardi to limi. JAS.the
Ivlng tubjiuufljjltor eppnjt
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J"""uo" 'uci" f
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As to hlirjtaklngon Jack Johnson,
, vow of J co)orC(, man'
DBndle(j the ml(ae.We,ght champion
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ttt Colma, It WOUldJwrdly 1)0 COHSld
. . ,
A colored chambermaid stabbed
and killed her emploer, James May,
den, n New York hotelkeeper, when
ho dlsehnrged hor, Whon the police
nrilod the woman was found dlng
fiom n stall wound and accused her
victim's wife, t
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OPPOSITION TO THE
Protests'ln England Against
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I Compact,ih,ihe Orient,
LONDON, IJept.. S4, Uy no means
general satisfaction has bech roused
by the German rcntirt that the An-
Elo-Japauese; nlllunco will be renew.
ed at tne end of Its' pi esent term.
There arestlll five years unexpired1
and In thai' time thereNvlU be many
representations to the Foreign Of
flee against the continuance of the
Already the China Association a
powerful poltlco-commerclal organ
ization of llrltlsh morchnnts and ex
officials in London and the Chinese
ports has voiced Jho white man's,
objections to' a jtreaty with tho Jap-'
ancse and laptrna protest against
mo nbbivwiiipuf ui luo lavivr ill
Korea, the misappropriation of llrlt
lsh trade-marks, the repudiation of
contracts after samples have been
copied tn Japan, and general sllp-
perlness iu commercial transactions,
Moreover Ilrltlshcrs in the East
ure angry that the safeguarding of
llrltlsh Intorosts In Chinese waters
should have been left almost entire'
ly to the Japanese fleet, notwlth
standing tho conviction of the Aua
trallans that the Japanese have eyes
on their territory for future colon
Izatlon. i i
jitst five yeilfii'!ag(fcJr(fT ton yeari.
it covers all "the .regions' of Kastern
Asia and India." .Moreover, tlU
original 'troatytcoeruild nWtliar as,
slstance to a conflict wltfl a combl
nation of power, wherdas the treaty1
today provfdes for such unity Intho
event of "aggressive action wherever
arising on. the part of any power or
Jnpan was, .given a tree hand In
Korea, and England's right In India
was similarly outlined with such
distinctness as to pledge Japaneso
assistance in raso of a frontier con
flict with another power. Hut since
then the annexation of Korea and
the Japanese agreement with Russia
have altered the situation, so that If
the main principles of tho Anglo
Japanese ajllanco are rontlnucd aft
ethe treaty Is overhauled, In 1915
ILfs certain that there will be, sub
stantial modifications. And if the
15 rti'ngland thi alliance wllf by
ili'affofl) with creator safeguards.. In
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nine uanger'W eniaiigiemeius
the wide, sejipo given to JijB
the Conservative KorelKn
A. .. . . ..I .. ... 11
ijcreuiry, i.oru anjaowne, r
.Jjlsgald that tlljlreon Jor.Lor'd
Larsaone a arrangements wtis ipai
"Secret' Bgreenjen existed between
Russia and Germany, Involving re
sults in the Far East that England
could not view with equanimity,
That was the reason also for Lord
Lansdowne's refusal In the House of
Lords nt that time to publish the
communications, which would have
repealed too much of un planning
character in International relations
Since then the horizon has cleared
considerably, so thnt the crltlrs of
Ihp alliance may be partially satis
fled, at any rate, by limitations nt
tho ticaty for the future.
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