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RVENINC1 IIUM.KTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., Kill DAY, OCT. H, 1910.
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FINE TENNIS BY ELECTRIC
LIGHT AT MANOA LAST NIGHT
FOUR MATCHES PLAYED BEFORE LARGE GATHERING OF
LOVERS OF GAME B0CKUS AND R. A. COOKE PLAY
BRILLIANTLY MRS. CLIVE DAVIES IN FORM.
Somo of tlio best tennis se.cn bo struggle, cnptureil one more. That
far in the Mnno.i night tournament wus nil they could do, as Anderson
was that of lust night. And tho and hi partner then ran out.
clowd that rolled up was tho largest Sirs. D.ivles serves underhand, hut
that lias been been around tho beau- sho keeps tho ball low, and she got
tlful courts ut night' time. Tho some good ones In. Her return from
weather was perfect and everything tho bath of the court Is clean nnd
was most onjoyublc.
Thcie were four matches played,
In all, and although none of tho
icts look to be close, as far as scores
on paper go, the play was mtrh
keener than the figures would I mil
The clcctilc lights wcro very
bright and there was nu dickering
at all. Heals wcio dotted all nround
the court, and tho club pavilion was
crowded. ' Most of tho well-known
people of tho city were present, and
tho gathering was a representative
one In every way. H. S. Gee, for
mer champion of Hawaii, dropped In
during tho evening, and ho express
ed himself as delighted with tho
scheme for playing at night time.
Geo thinks that Irwin has about the
fastest servo of uny player In the
me jiiuy insi nigni opcncii wuu
the seml-flnals of tho mixed doubles,
and Mrs. Coulter-Clarence Cooke
went up ugalnst Miss I.ucy Ward-G.
Irwin.' The result waB a win for tho
lady champion und Cooke, and tho
store was 10-5. Tho play wns very
close right through, and gnmo after
game went to dcuco and 'vantage
during tho set. Miss Ward played
u great gaino, und she showed that
sho can volley better than any other
lady player at present playing In Ho
nolulu. Her servlco was good ulso,
und, to' tell tho truth, It was Irwin
who mudo most of tho mistakes. Tho
man from tho l'nr Kast could not
volley ut all, and he Was likewise a
lot oft In his set vice.
Tho score was even nfter eight
games had been played and Irwin
nnd Miss Wntyl seemed to havo a
chunco of winning. Then tho other
pair sparkled up a lot and, nlded by
Irwin's errors, took four games In
succession and tho scoreboard show
ed 8-4. Tho thlitecntli gamo wont
to Irwin und his paitncr, and then
Cooke nnd Mrs. Coulter won two
games and with them the set and
As soon as tho mixed doubles wcro
finished, tho men's doubles wero
htaged and tho spectators sat back
to enjoy what was expected to bo
a Wnsatlonul match. llockus and
It. A. Cooko tackled tho two plan
tation men, (Irecnlleld und Savage,
and It was thought that tho result
would bo a "close one,
Itlght from tho start of tho set
llockus und Cooko played In bril
liant fashion, nnd they simply did
as thoy pleased for tho first seven
games, which thoy took before their
opponents could win ono solitary
game. Tho B'oro stood nt 7-0, and
overs body was wondering If the
whitewash uct was coming off,
However, the eighth gamo wns
tukcu bf.Greeiiflclil and Savage, and
they did It to lovo. Then thoyugalu
got a game, nnd tho scoro looked u
little hotter for them. llockus and
Cooko Vera In 'winning form, how
over, und thoy took' the next three
games, and with thorn tho set. Tho
score was" ;10r!!, ,ond tho best pair
won without doubt. Mellaril Cooke
simply lould. not' Je, bcatenat the
notJ'and tlmotf,ter jUnie'lio stored
witty his smashes, llockus played
the game or his llfo, and ho" did
some (lno work both nt tho net and
In the bark of tho court. All four
players did some lobbing, but near
ly every time the smash ended tho
Another Mixed Doubles.
The next mutch was unothcr mix
ed double event, and Mrs. Cllvo Da
vies and D. Anderson played Miss
I'aty and Hubbltt. Tho llrst-namcd
milr won. eBly. ami tho set wenti
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0-4 The first game was won I.
Ilahbltt and hip partner, hut then
Aiiuerson nnu iir. u.ivn ",,h '".
ahead and soon had the scoro stand
ing at 7-2. Then the other pair got
another gamo und, alter a gieat
crisp, and she beat her opponents
tlmo nfler time with beautiful
drives. Sirs, D.ivles volleyed well
also, ami, altogether, ho played
R. A. Cooke Beats Irwin.
A singles match wound up tho
evening's sport, and In It It. A .Cooko
met Irwin. Tho mnllhlul was ex
pected to do better In tho singles
than ho did In the doubles earlier In
tho evening, nnd ho certainly did
buck up a little nnd get In soma of
Ills fast serves. Irwin falls down on
tho volley game all the time, and It
is n wonder thnt a man with a ser
vlco nnd ground strokes llko lie pos
sesses, does not get In and practlso
volleying for somo time to come.
Rlchnrd Cooke played great ten
nis, nnd ho wns equally at homo
whether at the net or back of tho
court. Ho played his crop strokci
to ncrfectlon. and the ball, after lilt
ting llid ground, very seldom rose to
any height. The set ended 10-5 In
favor of Cooke, nnd Irwin wns lucky
to get tho games ho did.
This evening tho finals of the
mixed doubles will be played, ami
Mrs. Cpultcr nnd Clnrcnco Cooko
will meet Mrs. Cllvc D.ivles and An
derson. Tho best two out of thrco
sets will settle the affair, und u good
match should eventuate.
Other matches will be as follow:
Nowcll vs. Savago, at 7:30 o'clock:
II. Cooke vs. A, Mellaril, at 8:30;
A. Rli hards and C Coo)o vs. Wur-
rcn nnd Schmidt, at 9. Tho' first
two matches should bo good ones,
but the third should prove to bo an
easy victory for C. CooUo nnd Athor.
Much Interest Is being taken In
tho tournament, ifnd now thnt tho
fluuls are drawing cluso there will
bo some tiptop play seen on tho
courts under tha electric lights,
S0CGER MEN GETTING
VERY BUSY AT LAST
Players Are Awaiting Return
of James Fiddes From
As soon as JnmoH Kiddcs arrives
back from bis trip to Scotland, u
start will bo mudo on tho schedule
for tho Soccer season of football, und
an Interesting lot of games will bo
played. Should Flililos como In on tha
Maraiun this ovcnlng, u meeting will
bo culled noxt week to dccldu upon
tlio opening day of tho season. which tho Icuguo guinea woro written
Tho Soccor players aro beginning Ip up, nnd tho following Is u copy of tho
feel lively, und they want to get n letter written to the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n:
start us soon us possible It may.bo Sporting Kill tor livening llul
tlmt u meeting will bo culled, even If 1 o 1 1 n: l'rlor to tho adjournment of
I'lddes Is not on tho Murumu; the men Qiihu Ilaseball Lcuguo lust ovcnlng
want to get Into harness as soon as for the winter months, u resolution
possible, nnd tha sooner tho better. was unanimously passed, directing
Onco the pructlso is started up, tho corresponding' ncerctury to trims
tlicio.wlll ho plenty of fun nnd when jiflt lhe sluceio timnks of tho IiCiiguo
the games begin the crowd will surely and its members icspccllvely to tho
roH up to seo the' cracks ut work, piess of tho clty'for courtesies extend
Most, of tho men who played lust year cd during tho season of 1910.
wil bo on deck, und If uny Ilrltlph I On behalf of tho Oului Duscliull
ships happen to ba In port thcro will League, therefore, I desltb to assure
lin nninn mnlchcs with them besides tho Kvunlnir II u 1 1 n 1 1 n nf nr
thq icgulur struggles between Iho
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"dots and dashes,
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lMdlo Kernundes! will show
beautiful pictures of tho Jeffries-Johnson
contest nt tho Orpheum Theater
tomorrow night. Kveryono who
wishes to seo how tho big light really
vtpnt bad better drop in and seo tlio
slides. Kvorythlng Is shown In the
pictures und thoro Is nothing urutul
about tho affair.
Last night the Marines und tho Y
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' WHKiMJiwi KUiut,, turn iuu juiuura iihiiu
p(, (he twln n package to the
timp of , J(j s To plno BnR n
hcauly from tho start to finish and,
Judglug from tho way tlio Mailues
played, they will Improve u lot In tho
BULLETIN WILL GIVE NEWS
OF WORLD'S SERIES DAILY
SPECIAL CABLES. WILL TELL STORY OF STRUGGLE BE-'
TWEEN CHICAGO AND PHILADELPHIA FIRST GAME
The World's ('liiiniplcinihlp Ilasrball
champions of Hie .National League, nnd
plans of Hie American League, villi begin next .Monday. It Is the biggest
athletic ciciit of Hie full anil second only to tho Jeffries-Johnson light In
Hie ) car's cnlciiihir.
'Hie Ilullclin lint in a tie special
this great baseball scries lo Its readers
ally. Special ruble sen Ire bus been
sands of baseball fans In (he Territory
championship games through (he II u I
eient In the vtnrld of sports and Hie 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n's desire lo ghr lis patrons
aeciirale, up-to-ilatc and Interesting nevts niirrunt (lie special nrrnngc
units (hat hate been made.
WATCH Till: lll'M.KTIX KOIMWHIMI'S NKIIIKS M:VS!
MEETING DECIDES TO
CALL OFF SERIES
Will Not Take Over Athletic
Park May Play On Sonic
Other Ground Next Year
Vote of Thanks to Press,
I-ast night the . Oahu Ilascbull
League did a very sonslble thing In
calling tho second half of 'their sea
son off. A start will bo made noxt
March und by that tlmo there may
havo bcon something dona to make
tho Athletic l'ark playublo all tha
year round. Tho l'ark Is mostly mud
und water, nnd It Is only during tho
cry dry spells that everything Is fav
orablo for ball playing.
The league also decided lust night
to, refuso tho offer of .the Athletic
l'ark people us regards tho taking
over of (lie grounds. It was felt that
tho Lcuguo Is in no condition to puy
out tho sum required for jtho Turk
und that tha end would bo disaster.
Tho Jupuncso Athletics woro do
elated to Lo tho champions of tho
year, and they tuko the honor fur tho
second tlmo. Thoro wus much urgu
incnt over tho wisdom of taking-over
tho grounds, und the fato of tho "big"
league was pointed out us u warning.
There is u probability thnt tho
Athletic Turk will be devoted to somo
other purpose nnd, If tho place wcro
proporly drained, there might bo
somo uso for It. At present thoro
seems to bo un Idea that tho Buwago
of tho district wends its way to tha
diamond und niukcs tho ground
around third baso ory moist und boft.
Tho meeting passed u voto of thunks
to tho nowspapors for tho way in
Jirarty appreciation" of lVi;'k,l'nd!y of-
flcos, und a hdpo for a continuation of
tho snnio'next yeur. i1'
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DOTS AND DASHES.
iho Jackson-Kuoo raco Is till off
and there will bo no sports ut tho
Athletic Turk on Sunday next. Too
much talk and too little real action
wus tho tuuso of tho troublo and It
will, bo .muny u long day till unyono
ttl0 tn ttrinni lln.l lrlnl -. nt..ut -l .
..vi . w,w w BWi n,onB
Tl(, ,pnnn frnm t)(
papers aro going at It hard every nf-
ternoon, anu.A. u Castle uud the oth
or stars will lmvo to look to tholr I
laurels soon. I
series; brlnrrn (he Chicago Oulu,
(lie Philadelphia Mlllftlrx, chum-
arrangements to ghr the news of
In Honolulu und I lie Mauds gener
arranged nnd day by day (he thou
villi lie glicn the ncni of (lie
lot I n. The Importance of this
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ti Secretaries and mnnngcrs of tl
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tt Oahu League. St
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tt Oct. IC C. A. O. vs. 1'. A. C. tt
tt Oahu Juniors. tt
tt Oct. 10. Asahls vs. I'alamns. tt
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tt Golf. tt
tt Oct, 23. Kour Hall. Kouraomo. H. tt
tt O. C, Moanalua. tt
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ti Oct. IC Mixed I'rogrnm. it
Thrro is overy probability of tho
llawalj Yacht Club und tho Automo
bile club being merged beforo long,
Tho commlttco that wus appointed to
look Into tho matter Is wot king on
tho proposition, und saverul schemes
havo been mudo to get tho thing going
According to a dispatch from llriiu
scls, tlio llrlilsh stcamor AllieitvllK',
from tho Congo for Antworp, has been
wieckud on tha nicks at tho mouth
of tho Congo Itivcr. Tho vessel and
cut-go w:ra lost, but all on board 03
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