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FINAL WAS PLAYED LAST NIGHT AND WINNERS TOOK
TWO SETS STRAIGHT FROM RUNNER-UP PAIR THE
TOURNAMENT FINISHES THIS EVENING.
T!mu ?'i-.r "V? ".' V." Ma,na W" T Schmldt-Wnrrcn. The first-
IS, r .i ' ' ..""les, wn" "nn,Cl1 "ulr wuro 8lr lt0-
' a5',1 "lr.."t", rcs,,l'ci1 '" n fr gcthor, an, they had .Hiricul.v In
who ,,,,,. v B, . n,'. :oo!c
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Sr r w ?." A,U,erson- Th0
llrsl Let was rather n runaway nf-
fair. as t he Coulter-Cooko comblnn-
tlrn von the first three games, Wu.
the fourth and Uion tool: the next
three, the Fet ndlnB In their fa-or
6-1. The xcconri net wns far tlosor.
nnd It tnded In victory for Cooko
and, his partner by u score of 6-4.
As the match Was for the best two
out of three rets, tlioro wm n..
ccsslly to play any more than tHe
Clarenco Cooko played his usual
Rood game und ic was well backed
"I', by Mrs. Coulter, who Is gradual
ly getting Into form again. The
lilllt" nliMmnlnti .. If ...-II ... ii
j tuuiH'ivii ui uunui vvrvcu well
last night, and she got some of her
oldtlmo drives In from the back of
Uio court. I
Mrs, Davlcs plajcd up well, and
had sho had a better player ns n
partner "thero Is no telling how the
match might have gone Mrs. Da
vles time after tlmo sent back shots
ih.it m.,1. i. .,.- ..' '.
' V u "m isu
to return when they did get them
back. Anderson, however, made
some; oa'd mistakes, and ho lost many
pCiTnts that ho should havo made.
Nowell Beat Savage.
Tho pjay last night opened with .i
singles between Savago nnd Nowell, Tho Klcknnl family ball team play
and some nnc tennis was seen bo- cd the Honokna pickup team last
roro the matrh ended. Althodgh
Nowoll took tho Ret 10-3, the games
were closer than usual, nnd thero
were many deuces and vnntngo
Savago took tho first game with
his serve, but then Nowell camo at far liloro Interesting than tho baso
the Maulnn and captured no loss than ball game und that must have been
five games In suceesslon. Tho sev going tomo.
cnth game wont to Savago nnd the
eighth in Nowell. Savage took the T)l0 0ahii Juniors will play a
ninth, but Nowell then got golnff Uoubtcheader tomorrow at the Ath
properly, and tho next four games Ctc paik, nnd as Sam Hop has been
went lo him, nnd with them tho i,r,i ,.1 .,., i.i., i.i...
Nowell, although not smashing as
well us usual, played homo ft no
strokes, and ho was deadly on Ills
Fervc. Savago seemed all ut sen
sometimes, and 'except for a spurt
now nnd ngnln did not appear to bo
able lo,play anything like tho gnmo
ho put up against Uroenllcld.
The' third match of (ho evening
was the star event, and In It Rich
ard Cooke nnd Atlicrton ltlcnnrds
put tip n grcht exhibition of ton.
ills. The older ninn won out after
a great struggle, and the score was
11-9. Ther.o wcro exciting moments
right through tho set. nnd nlthougTt
Cooke, looked a hit tired ut tho flu
Ibh nnd wna bnthed In icrsplrntlon.
Athertnn never turned n hair. It
oternn player! with
wns n caso of u vo
nil kinds of experience, going
against a youngster wnn nns u 101
to learn abouf.ns.de- ten.,., ,
Cooke served first and took the
game. Then Richards won his ser-
vice after It had gone to deuce. Tho
third, fourth nnd nfth games wnro
won by Cooke, and tho sroro stood
nt 1-1. Then Atlicrton took tho
sixth and sovonth, and things look-
ed bolter for the ynmigster.
Cooko was not to be denlod, how-
ovor, hnd ho captured tho eighth
gnmo. Atlicrton won tho next, and
then Cooke took two, und the score,
stbod at 7-1 III dooke's favor,
' Then Athcrtoii sparkled up nnd
won four gamos running, nnd led by
8-7, (.boko appeared to bo tired,
but ho soon got his second wind Und
tcok tho sixteenth and seventeenth
games, und led by 9-8. Itlchardi
mode n desperate effort nnd won tho
eighteenth game, but that was all
he could do, as Cooke took the1 two
next nnd tho set ended U-9. It wns
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great tennis nnd both players were
npp auded time and time again for
their brilliant work. -
Tho evenlnj: vuund up with n
meh'R douliles, which wan fought nut
by Aliioriou IHchnrdR C, Cooko nnd
"-MaMMHiMilMlH ' " - - - ' " - OKI ' - . '! J JM.
WON BY MRS-
w,m""B 0,,t w " " ion.
Schmidt and Warren won the tint I
th" ". and then Richard, nndj
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straight n end "
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T" " .""B'" "d doubles will bo
' ,CU' n"a w,mo "" tc""U "l,ould
fco"' Now?." ttl" ' " A.
,,, , '" "! ""'ST", and the two
'.'" "oubtlcsg j.ut up a gic.it same.
Then when the sing cs havo been
decided, the final 6f the doubles will
bo played, and thc Btar event of tho
wholo tournament will bo staged. It.
A. Cooke and (J. 0. llockus will play
Athcrtoii Richards and Clarence
Ccoke, and the epcetators will have
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Thc tournament has been n gicat
success, nuu aiiuougu tlto rain has
Interfered somewhat, therci Is I'D
doubt thnt the Manoa Valley club
has given lovers of tennis u great
ticat. The crowd last night was al-
ln08t as laree as on Thursday ecn.
Inf ii ml
tho probabilities mo thnt
there will ho many more people
SOTS AND DASHES.
Sunday, at Honokan, mid the affair,
according to a torres)K)lidcnt, woulid
unlit, n r,,w -rim fi(,i -, ,.
5 to f;lvor of tho town Icam,
nnij then the fun started. Tho Ho-
nokaa scribe ba)s that the scrap was
thnrn ulinill.l lift .1 r,nn,.m-iA n-nw'ii
presont when tho first ball Is
Tho hoi so race this afternoon
should be u good one, nnd there Is
no doubt that n big bunch of sports
will wend their way out to Kaplo
Innl Park nnd watch tho event.-
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Next M.nd. ,fi,mnnn h- r.hi. a
j, eano Cub. .hamolon. of the Na. tt
tlonal league, and -the Phlladst. a
it phla Athletics, champions of th'o
tt American Jeague, will play the tt
first gam for the world's -bass, tt
V. ball champlonthlp at Phlladel. tt
phla. This world's series Is tho- it
" b'ggest sporting event of the fall, tt
" a"d Is watched by hundreds of tt
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LINEUPS OF PHILADELPHIA AND
TEAMS THAT WILL BATTLE IT OUT FOR WORLD'S CHAM
PIONSHIP FIRST GAME ON 'MONDAY AFTERNOON
. .Bareball fans all over the world are Interested In the world's champion
sh'p series, which bcgns at Phllaflilphla next Monday afternoon. There
the Chicago Cuhs and the Philadelphia Athletics will battle for the first
and crucial game of the series.
Following Is the lineup of the two teams for the wlrld'a series, com.
piled from the latest reports from Chicago and Philadelphia.
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Kxcrs or Zimmerman
llrown, Iteiilbach, I'felster.'
'' crnll, Colo, Mclntlro nntl
Archer, change catcher.
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BIRDSEYE JOINS THE'
Difficulty About Umpires
New Rules Will Bother Ref
.erees Much Interest Is
Aroused In Games,
Football Is In the air Just now,
und both the players of the Ameri
can game and Soccer are anxious to
get n stnrt. Tho College of Haw-ill
team Is Working out hen! every aft
ernoon from 1:30 on till dark. Ja
Kuhns, tho manager; Austin Jones,
th'e conch, and V. Marcalllno, the
captain, aro keeping tho men hard
Tho college toam Is n mixed one,
nnd they have men who weigh any
thing from ISO pounds down to 11-1.
Tho majority of tho' players .aro
light, nnd as there aro very fow
subs., tho manager does not Ilka to
take a chance nt any tc.ims except
thc ones thnt aro scheduled to play
In tho regular scries.
Tho Marines would llko to have
a go ut tho lollege elovon, but thore
Is not much chance of u mat"h tak
ing place at present. Thc chancer
ore thnt, later on, tho half-wets may
Thero has been a very wclcomo ad
dition to the ranks of tho college
team, and J. Illrdseye, who played
good deal of football on the main
land. Is now with the team. 'Ho Is
n burly follow and Is strong ns nj
linn; ho "u III help tho team out n lot;
II lllll IIVII IUU tVHIH wut II iw
struggles ngalnst tho Hlgha
nnd other olevons.
It, is thought that thero will bo
considerable trouble at first ns re
gards referees. Not many men knowJ
tho now rules, nnd It would help nut
n lot If volunteers would como out
and offer their services.
The College ot Hawaii team Is
doing great work, nod Fuok On is
8hQwng up well on tho gridiron,'
M'-fnndless has not yet'Hurncd up,
but Hill Rico and the other new men
are doing fine work.
Tho first gnmo will bo on Octobor
29, nnd In It tho cnllego will go ui
ngnlnst tho High School. Tho result
should bo n good match, and then i
lino on th respective merits qf tho
teams can be obtained.
WAIHIEN III this city. Oct. IB. lDin,
In Mr. and Mis, John Treuholm
Wnrren. a daughter.
New York murlrlnns have raised
their sehedulo nf rales, owing In tho
high cost nf living.
Coombs, tender, Morgan
Plank, Krauto, Dygert and
Thomas, change c3tchcr.
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