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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU) T. H, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911. -
w,M-n ci iii' r to a
Y. ' - Wit- A r f
H" , f W .,-' .CS-J r iPfl - '
CASTLE DEFENDS TITLE FROM
NOWELL, WINNING THREE STRAIGHT
Played Aspirant Off Feet, Winning Match 6-2, 7-5, 6-3
Took Many Games to Love and Won Five Games
Straight in Third Set.
There was nnthliiK to It Al Custlo pnrcd to mako the hardest tight pos
lilujul Now ell ulT Ills feet In the dial- Bible.
Iciit'ii inntcli of championship tennis I It woh thought before tlio match
tournament yuitcnluy ufternoon, nnil
, won In three MrnlKht tetH, C-2, 7-C, C-3,
nuny of tlm KBincH belli r tuken by the
iluiniilon to love.
It waB n Brent match to watch, nnd ,
iilthouKh there were times when No-
wen inaoH hump nirunva, mjn o.,v
mrivlng and won many point, yut an
the tluiH he sinned to be aware of tho
fact that ho was up ncaliitit a. Btroni;
proposition und It kviiiuI to detruct
from his work. lie illd not enter Into
it as he did into the sanies In the pre
liminary or llnul rounds of th tourna
ment. The largi'st crowd which has been
on tbu IliTvtiinla Krounds this season
WUB out to Bee the match yesterday
afternoon, nnd besides many women
prereiit there were u number of army
oditcre, und In automobiles and ear
rl.iKcs on Youiiu and Kaplolanl struts
ethers who were not fortunate enough
to net snts beside tho courts und on
the lnnal sat and watched tho game.
Itoth p'rycrs received Fencrous np
plaute fo.- gotMl st.-u.s, there being .i
pr.rttallty liuwn, i nd one was honortd
with the upprovnl of tho spectators as
much as the other
Mnny of tho games wcro fought out
to deuce nnd then back nnd forth nd
Vantafto to one and then the other, but
tho play was fast, ns It took a few min
utes less than en hour to finish tho
That was the secret of the whole
match, fast play. It l In this kind of
work that Castle excels, nnd yesterday
it wns what kept Now ell on the Jump
und put him out of the running In tho
Thero were but few long rallies dur
ing the match, nnd time after time
Castle won points on his serve, which
wns so dllllcult thnt his opponent could
not return tho ball.
It wns In the second set thnt Nowell
wns nt his belt, but when In the third
Al took live straight games nnd had
the score G-0, It seemed to break No
well ull up
The champion laid back or a whllo
nnd Nowell took three games, after
which Custlo Jumped Into the game
nguln nnd took another Kiune, -giving
him the set nnd match nnd allowing
Nowell but one point.
Nowell hns played consistent tennis
In tho tournament, but he was pitiably
outclassed when ho went against Cas
tle In the singles yesterday, nlthough
nt times ho took several games In
succession, a few of them to love.
Tfowell won the toss and took tho
mnuka court, both men coming Into
tho game with new rncquets nnd pre-
WILL CURE YOU
nd wo will '
or Refund The Money.
To the man who lias "gone to pieces."
who suffers from a "hreak.dnwn" of hi
physical or mental igor, who lias wasted
liis vitality in jouth through ignorance
of the laws of nature, to the sixty out of
every hundred men who have cither al-
ready made or will make a tragedy of
,, If , full eoiirw Ireatmtnt of il bonti of
J'trlii rrve hiirncr Ii ukrn nj Die imtila
ilfrtdion, given are fullowrd out suit it docl
not malio itinuncnt cure, we Hill refund
the lull purcltae (.rice,
Try our bun of lline ttomlcrful lilllc erirnlal
taljrt4and kre tlie marked tcnclll you will re
M-lve, Ihcn tale Hie (ull course treatment and
be permanenily cured, llity eontalit no mer
eury or utlirr iiiiurlnu, ilriuit, Tliey will
cure all nirvnui iliwaiea, Hrtplexaeti, falllnn
memory, bruin fan, Iui9acily far tlu.ly nr
l.u.lnrM, irrinaluic ilrray, radauilril lullly
and all Iruulilea cau,ri by uvttv,otk anj ill,
Pmlati Krrte IUeiire liaa brouslit liappineit
Into iliuiuaiui' p liumri and made iHarrlaite
4Mil,le in uirn feliQ have nri uin.lrli of
I'llirr irim laa vlilunit Unrfli.
1U flia ii uol vnur, tin urtiiiililar. TI
llmwil .Caiaitl f.i ii 1 if.vtlc III., Ktw
uik N. V, I" h ., vil i.luB.l UT. luumor
II Hull ibl lim cure liltil lin
rial, hum i iiaur nur, i"iner, t
IUIM, Hil I'
CU (an vlilal
rin.- uumA-M i.vwiiui nil
ifAm '" JMWI "-l !V! .f'HJ'l,
lliYk ' ' ' ' ' ' W ' tw H1 W"11 'm' ' ' l"M
MurUd tlmt Castle would defend Ills
title, but that ho would have much
harder work than tbo inutili proved
Cnfttlu started off with the nerve In
.mv inpk kiiiiii.-, tviii.ii nu iwn iw ,
nnil tlicn the Reconil Lowell iooi o
jlovo. and It besaii to uppear tliut the
prediction!- of n bnrd light wcro golns
ito b fullllled. '
The third game went to deuce be-
fore Cudto took It home, then ho won
the fourth easily and lost the llfth by
serving doubles nnd giving Nowell the
Tho sl-elli Castle took on Nowell's
erve, nllowlng him but ono point, nnd
then the seventh went to CaRtlo to lovo. ,
The eighth went to deuco before Castle
captureil It, winning Doth game nnu
Soeend Sot. ,
Cnr-tle had tho serve again In the
second set und started out by taking1
tho ilrst game to loytj, Nowell took
tho second to deuce, the third went Ito
Castle, the fourth Nowell won, nnd In
tho llfth nfter some brilliant playing
Nowell took tho gnmo on Castle's serve,
doing some great rnciiuet work, one
back-banded stroke being heartily ap -
Then nguln In the sixth gamo both
players did great placing on'thclr re- glo hold,' "flying mare.' biting or kick
turns nnd Nowell took the set,, making Ing; the contest to bo tho best two out
tho score t-2 In Ids favor.
In tin, seventh CMstln took tlm iramo'
to love, und then Nowell captured .the
eighth, the lust game he took In the
i.vnm m,i. ,,lnt rnti innV n wln.'lnrt upon the signing of this ngree-,
nlng streak und got the next four
games in quick order, tho twelfth being "' c" ""- "" ul "" u,m '" v"
taken by tho champion from Nowell ''"'' ' ll Partp" "n11 for nnf rott
on the hitter's servo to love, Nowell on ffl" t( enI'aK0 ln val, conteat "'l
making n double fault In tho second
servo of tho iramc.
Third Set. I
It was In the third set that Castle
showed his fust play and ability to
stay with tho game more than In any
previous set, nnd ho had Nowell fairly
going with the rapidity and swiftness
of h(s service.
rivo sfialght games he took without
a breathing spaco for his opponent, the
Ilrst to K, on his own serve, thu second I
to deuce, tlio third to love, tho fourth I
to 30 nnd the llfth to IS. !
In tlie sixth Custlo seemed to lay off
a bit und Nowell came ln stronger than a Bgilt disappointment today and w'"' "1U result tliut tho referee Ini
tio hud been playing and took the game must wnt for thotr dish of tennis an- 'mediately dccluied Lang the winner.
to love, tho seventh going to him to Dthor twenty-four hours as the play ! Lester rose, astonished, and wanted
deuce, Cuttle serving a double with . the next toun,arncnt hns been post- , to continue, saying his arm was
the Hcoro udvuntuge out, und the eighth .)oned n its commencement from this wrenched ln the clinch and he went
iNowen iouk. 0.1 1.. kuo iu i".
At this point Custlo evidently thought
thut Nowell had hud enough und ho
went Into the other gumo, tlio ninth,
strongly und gave Nowell one point bo.
fore taking tho game, set und match,
The games wire tuken In tlio follow
Castle 1 12 2 2
Novull i 0 1 1
Castle 1 ! 3 I t 6 f, 5 C
Nowell 0 0
C (1 Ilockus noted as umpire
I the championship match nnd his work
,.. utiiiuir to l desired I In was ua-
FAND0M AT RANDOM
election of olllcors for Bcuttlsh
Thlstlu Cricket Club wus held last
oioniug In chili roonm and the fol-
lowing litmrd was chosen: I'losldunt,
It. A Jordan; tlcu president, l. L.
Wlthlnt-tuii; soi'iTtiiry, .1. II. I'Mdilcs;
treasurer, ,1 II M. .MrUmii; niitulii,
llolieit Allilol'snn; vli'riiitiiln, f K.
Miixwolli iineiilllvii inlilllilllen, II II
Wlnkloy. .Iiiines U I'uiliLiiiii nml I!
'liu iiiiubliis 'In Die lunula luiiriiii
lili'lll shiHllil IiiIiik nilt HUlllit nliiiliK
IWIliU I It I j wiwt,, lliii uiiy tlm iliuw
Ihw m Ihmm ilijiiu thu fijur Iwun
Froclichcr and Younger Have
Signed Agreement to
Tbnt the wi-F-.ttln-' bout on Satur-
day evening between Frotfllchir and
Youiieer will be ono of tbo rliclit kind
may be Been from the fnct that both
lrlPi. t8tle(j a ngrecnient for the maleh a
j.acl of t10 ,rtnclin1n linn poited n
forfeit of ICO with I). It. Onxlii to ns-
euro nppeariince on the mat nt the
orphoiiin nt the hour i-pecMcd Satur-
n., tu'i)ln cnlnlnc UiHAveek llroin-
jOH M tll0 jjt ,,Ver ,,c,n j0.
0UiUl nnd thai u lurcc crowd of (ana
will be present U assured, for. nlthouuh
,.... . p,.tncuinr ns llEhtlnif. wrestllnir
)ms nimost as many followers who llko
to Kle the TvaX tlitnir on the mat, which
,,nl8 for i,ol( Btrength nnd skill ns
w,. , ,ead-work
TllB Kreement drawn up and slgn -
c,i by tlio principals follows: i
..T',H memorandum of agreement
,,- tlil& 22nd day of May, 1911, be-
twcen jnck Younger, party of tho first
,..,. ,1 ,iln LVuvtlphpr. tinrtv of tbo
'second port, '
"Tlio said parlies of tlio first nnd
second part (hereby muttidtly.njreo ,to
engage In a wrestling contest nt the
Orphcum .Theater, Honolulu, oh tho
evening of Saturday, tho 27lh day of
"Tho satd wrestling contest lo bo
'ca'tchiiB - cntch - cnii.' It being under-
stood, however, that Jhere shall hf no
rough tnctlcs employed, such ns '.trail
.of three fnlls.
"Tho winner shall take CO per cent.
of the net receipts and the looser 40
per cent, lliercor. I
I "The pnrtlcs of the first and second
linv Placc- wlt D- " navls.j
llmo nml '" l" manner n.oresa .
." - " ti-imK j- ...... -..." ",
'forfeited to the pnrtlcs of the first or
second part, as tho enso may bo.
"In witness whereof wo have here
unto signed our names this day and
yenr first nbovo written."
a a a
Those who had their tennis appe
tite whetted up to the highest point
by tho exhibition on the Bcretanla
nllrl vtnr,inv nfiermmn nrn In for
1 nf lornooii to tomorrow afternoon ut 4
o'clock. At that hour, on the Hero-I
tnntt COurts tho doubles for the
elmmnlnnKhln of tlio islands will'
commoncu with tho billowing con
testuuts: Custlo mid Nowell vs. Coolto
and Athorton Hlchnrds; Huldwln und
.liKld vs. Anderson nnd Sinclair; I'll-
illnghum und 116th vs. Uurnes and
''J'1 On tho Pacific courts, nt tho saino
3 hour, Ilockus nnd Guard will try con-
'elusions, with Steero and Richards, Br.
5 5! FAND0M AT RANDOM
1 As there nrn hut eight teams In tho
I championship doubles three days are
alt that will bo necessary to llnlsh
the match. On l'uclllc courts Steoio
" Tlno Hlchnrds meet Ilockus und
In tho prollmlniirles will ho played on
lleretiinlii courts. Hurtled und
I Humes meet Itoth nnd DlUinKham;
iCastlo und Nowull play It. A. Coolco
land Athorloii Itlcliards; mid I). V.
I Aiidei'Hon mid Hlnclalr go up UKalnst
Ram llaldwln nnd L. M. .ludd Tho
touriiaiiiuiit will commence liiuiniiow
May :) Is tho diito set for lint sec
nml gamo In tho Inliiiiiullonul golf
iiiuU'li, und llulelwii Is ilio iaio. This
tut t e Ii Is being pluyrd by Many Hit
iluyiiHii und t'liuiloH Al, ii'inseiiilnK
Ciniiilry ('lull und llulelwii I'lub, mid
Hie III HI limli'li, wlilrli wuh ilii)ed ui
I lie Coiinliy Chili, was won by l In- tin
mur. Iwn mi HIiiiiiIiI Um rernnd uiiiuo
hi lUKi'll UY Al UM' llliul inulell will hu
iiih ul MijuhhIijii,
i ,i n.iiV " '
fkyllUH,!niN Al)t I'AYM
, " ""k
a :: n n it n a t: n u t: a i
a 8 PORT CALENDAR. a
tt If MnnnEora of hiitball and oth- tt
a er ntliletlc tenuis would 11'itlfy tlio a
a 11 u Hot I ii of tlio dates of pio- a
a posed matches no that Bitch In- a
11 fnrnintlnn nilllil 1)0 placed 111 tile a
a sport calendar It would bo con- tt
a sidpred afavor. Wdresiniicom-aFirst Team Beat Oahu 8-2;
H !?!,.,,,l,c"!,r."s "p,,r,1"B ' Ih Second Trimmed Kams
a U u 1 lo 1 1 ii Oltlcc
a Tuesday, May 23.
a International Colt Match Halo-
B Iwn UiiKb.
a Friday, May 26.
a Tiny Oft of Tie llelwcpn St
louls nnd 1'iinahou for Hint It
I'lace In tlraninuir School i!
. a I.ciiciip Athletic l'ark. II
a Saturday, May 27. II
a Wreslllnc at Orpheum Theatre tt
a Kroelccher and Jaelc Yuungcr; II
a Willi Irollmlnary Jlntchea. It
! tt Hawaii Yacht Club Dance Pearl tt
y icrBt Week I.nd I.xciirslon
It Maul Visit lao Valley.
tt 8unday, May 29
H Baseball Oahu 1-eaKuc Hawaii a
vs. 8tnra; .1. A. (!. s. I. A. C. tt
H Haschall Sugar IaKUo: At tt
H Wnlpahil, Homo Team vs. Kwn; tt
tt at Wnliinao, Home Team vs. It
H Alea. tt
II LaillcH" Hay of Hawaii Yacht tt
Club I'cnrl Harbor. tt
tt Saturday, June 10. tt
J'mecn itoiinu e." m. urpiiuum ..
tt UclwoCllnVIC HailKOIl and Kill tt
d' (leorgo o"f 'San IVancJsco. It
tit ... ' 8unday, June 11. y
It MondplnnojjjK.ightB "llnysOil. val-,tt
tt Mllehila' ntid WHIKor nt Hiw. 'j ir,.o were. sparMlnuhiliV A)I the
tt nascball Walalua vs. Walalco ttIWny thiough, to which both sldejt con
It at Walce,
tt Monday, June 12. t.
lit Fifteen Mllo Ilaco Athletic B
tt Park) KltiK and Hubcnetto.
tt Motor Cyclo Races Kaplolanl tt
B l'ark. !
tt Thursday, June 22. tt
a Coronation Day Cricket 5tatrh, tt
B Alexander Hold. It
IN SIXTH ROUND
Loses to Lang By Lack of
Ring Generalship at
Sydney, May 13.
SYDNKY, Australia, May 13. 11111
Lang got tho decision over .luck Les
ter, tho American heavyweight, In tho
sixth round tonight, tho latter being
disqualified for going down without
being hit. Lester broke nwny from
i clinch In a corner und dropped ta
Ills kneeB lu tho center of tho ring.
uciwn l0 rest. u.
Twclto thousand people saw the
light. I-ung weighed l'J2, Lester 180.
The betting waB 0 lo" 2 on Lung.
Lang was disinclined to force tho
lighting, uud apparently had prepared
for a long contest. Lester mudo tho
I ace and in his anxiety to connect left
mnny openings, which Lang wus nut
slow to tnke ndvantago of Lester's
work wus characterized by many wild
swings to the body and bhort rights
to thu head.
Tlio American was far ahead In the
first round, hut Lung brightened up
iiftcrwurd, tho lighting then becoming
inoio oven. Lcstor's attack wns suv
uge. I.ahK guvo ground continually..
In thu third Lester dropped for tho
count of nino from n right to tho juw
- 'v '
i """7 , '. ' '
r seconds In tho llfth,
left nnd right to tho body.
ound Lester riiBhed Uing
Into n corner und landed n tremend
ous swing on Iang'a olbow. Then ho
broke out of tho clinch and fell down.
Inlcr la u young coal minor from
fii Ilium, Wash., who, nflor otitbox
lug iivery ono lu the mining ciunp, was
mulched to fight lu sonio of Um larg
er titles of I'ugut Hound, nnd nuiln
Hiiiii n showing Unit Tommy Hums
liiteresled himself In him und ob
tained ii umtcli with lJin. LoHliir Is
not iiiinh nvor IU yearn old, -ory
Sllllllg, llllt Willi 1114)4 UXpUllelHO,
ti tt tt i
John .Tiiurlit' Ishiihk ii itlinlli'iiun
In nny Jiiiiiiiksii In I It wiill fiir it
wrwilliiK I'uiili'Nt, JIu IIImu milsl or
lul plain wfi-dlm'. Ilu Is willing In
bleel ili)ulio will) WiN in MH'upi una
eliullt-nnti n imy llino Nu nIuiviuk
1 1 If Ihu iHjl ijihj(-!iu mhi iihuI m In
H full wijli nSii,
utfcvTiaaBI i 7 '
FOR ST, LOUIS
Second Trimmed Kams
By 1 1 -2 Score.
' ' ' & fy ' V v .' '!
Flrtl nino biat Oaliut 8-2.
8econd nino walloped Kami
5y S ' -V ? 'v
Yixttrdij afternoon the St. Louis
t'ollenu tlmt nine difeated tlio Oahu
biiiuh by tbo neoro of 8 to 2 on tho
Athletic" l'urk" diamond.' Tin- oilier
to It gmiip was pluyid lit Aula I'nrUr Iki
tt twceii the t-'nlnts' seeond outtlt nnd tho
lfiitnolmfiipliiitt In tihtfli flin former
Ulim trlimeic-tl the Kams 11-2. llolh
,rUnCs wiru attended by u Inrgu crowd
r ,0t,rs um) InKresttsl spectator!,
if there Is one man on the .Saints'
lineup who deserves it lot of credit It
i Dunn, wlio pitched for tho llrsl
Bipiad. Ills great Mtchlng won tho
Klimo jvHtiulny, his lino assortment of
einves keeping the opposing ImlterB
KUeHHg rrul tm0 to time At tlio
ree.,IVIni- i-nil was J. I'liMSOtll. Who
t.UUKht Bptenllld game, and tlio Way
bo nulled e.ni'duwiijieeund.wutt.u treaf
tu-.,.. , . U i 'r.,A A
tilbuted. A. Ashiii came 111 for his
Hharo of glory when ho cut oif a hit
flir v. Hitchcock In the sixth Inning
,liy some (lashy fielding..
'j-i,u de'ensUo work, of tlio Saints
was innrvelouily fast. lVnnco, Mink
lmni und Ahuna iiiiuIh snmii sviisntlnual
plays width brought thu crowil to Uh
Dosha of the l'uns was ono of tho
densations of the afternoon, with his
Molding ami hitting ability.
l-'ur tho Saint seconds, Clilng Suo
wus tho Mar pcrforiii r, liftclilni; u
magnlllceiit gamo mid strlklns out 1C
'men. Kahelu of the Kams mis bulted
out of tho box In the second Inning.
Meanwhile Wnlalealo stop.oil Into tlm
i box und twirled steadily. Tho Bnlnts
i managed to send six men ucross the
I pinto In this Inning.
1 A fenturo of the gamo wns a running
cntch by, Ted 1'iicheco, tho Saints'
shortstop. After a long run '. o nipped
the ball with tho tips of his fingers.
Tho lineups of tlio winning teams:
Klrst Nine Tsuuao, If.; Cliinlto, cf.J
Ynmashlro, rf.; Markhain, 3b : Asam,
ss,; 1'ranco, 2b.; Ahnna, lb.; I'nssoth,
1 c; I)unn, p.
Second Nine Julius, rf.; Toman-
Kay, If.; Tin Yen, 3b.; 1'a-
iieco, ss.; Wntson,
2b.; Kiwin, II).;
llrnnco. c; Chlng Sue,
Hull oil n phone numbers urot
Iluslncss (lillce 2-iiC.
Editorial Iloonii 218S.
Pay your debts.
Crln and bear It.
Hold your temper.
Learn to take a joke.
Patronize home lnductry
Read something every day.
Don't parade your trou
bles. Give the other fellow a
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