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CHiCE TO LIFf THE DAVIS CUP
Larhrjrj; McLoughlin arid VVright Stron&est Combination Thai' J'
could Be sent to Australia
ing Here A Forecast ot Form.
BY LAURENCE REDlNQTON.
Now Hint the personnel of the Djvis Cup challenge team linn boon defi
nitely decided on nfter' scverhl'wccks of backing nnd IIUIiib on the nrt of
players' and national association nllke, Honolulu tennis men lira showing n
lively Interest oer tho nrrhnl of tin) mnlnluml players lure. It's, nlniont
certain, however, Hint those who hnvo been looking forward to seeing
Uirned, the seven-time nntlonnl champion Mnlirlcc McLniighlln, the Const
hid who won the nil-comers' nt Newport this year, nnd llculs Wright In
action on the locnt courts for any extended slay ore doomed to disappoint
ment. Had the dntes for tjie Internntlonnl matches been llxed for Christinas
wi'ijk by the Australian association, nt, was first considered, the Ahrerlcnn
players would probably have come across from Ban Francisco nnd spent
several Unys hero before Milling for tho Antipodes, hut as tho earlier dato
lias been chosen, the men will go through on the next Australian bont. This
iRlelc them but the fraction of n day here, but It Is still possible thnt they
will be glad of a chance to get the kinks of shipboard life out of them, nnd
Hint mi exhibition mntch of soma sort can bo arranged. The mutter will lie
taken up by wireless a couple of days before the ship Is due, so Hint all the
details can be nrrnnged nnd the matches properly advertised should the
American cracks care to play here.
If iJirned, Wright nnd McLougldln Ing to defend his tltlo through tho
muko the trip, as last advices from Newport week he mnkes It n point to
the Coast announced, nnd If Wilding play bis condition sets In the very early
Is unablo to go to Australia from Kng-J morning. Afterunrds he cnu usually
land to Join the defending team, as be found puttering around the shop,
fias been definitely stated, America's rcstrlngliut bis own rackets, or tinker
chances of lifting the cup are brighter Ing with their grip nnd balance. He
than ihey have been since tho Dohcr- does all this repair work himself.
ts Took It back to Kngland with them Larncd's comparatively recent stcadl-
Challenges Are Strong.
The challenging team Is probably
the strongest that could be found lnl, his returns seem to come over the
the American tennis world at the pres-1 net Just as fast as ever, but, on tho
ent time, nnd Is probably as good a. other hand, he doesn't hit to ball so
tenm at we have ever been nolo to turn. hard.
nut. AHIinuali there has been no un-!MeLaunhlln ImnrBved.
nouncement mado as to pairings, Itl
seems most reasonable to suppose that
Ijirned and Mclaughlin will represent! has eased up considerably, and doesn't
America In singles, while McLoughllnjtry to knock tho cover off the ball ov
and Wright will hook up as a doubled I ery time, ns was the ciiso In his very
Jenm, Thl for the reason that Larncdj
with all his marvelous ability a a
singles player, lias never particularly
distinguished himself In doubles, this;
Judged by tho hlkhest stftiida'rds, of
course. Lnrned nnd Mclaughlin play
ed as a team In one or two of tho less
Important tournaments this yeur, but
they did not meet with marked suc
The tbreo players ho will mnkothe.lng H. Ijirned Ims coached him In his
long trip to the other sldo of theworldnnn spwlnlty of observing the weak-
to try and establish Americas prowesH ness and peculiarities of prospective
on the courts present nil lnterestlngnntngonlsts, to the great Improvement
study In dissimilarity or strategy unci
The New Larned.
I-arned Is what might he termed. bed before the bright lights nre turn
brilliantly steady. The brilliancy was ed on.
always his, but the steadiness hisj Heats Wright plays a brand of ten
come only of recent years, nnd Ijirned's nls that Is essentially different from
"off days" are a thing of the past. He both his team mates. Ho plays ni
ls a marvelous tennis tactician, and, ways to break up tho other fellow's
herore he steps on tho courts for nh gnme nhd get him thoroughly on the
important match holms a well-dcllncd run. Ho hns a wicked assortment of
Idea of Just wiint line of attack or dc- cross-court! chops, 1ind u bundle offafct
fenso ho will follow.' Personally, heldrlves ready for the 'fellow who thinks
talks less "shop" than any of the rest
of the first string men, and spends less fine execution overhead. His general
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nt Iv If l 4ftA iinlisla lln AnAan
i. nin iiihv ui lliw Vunn. m uurnn .
t-i pin iiuuiui ijr iui iiiti iiiiirimiitt anu
while ho li
s popular with hotii players
1 tors, ho 'doesn't mix much,!
4,u r liu, ,n n,
und Is more often to bo found In a
quiet corner of the grandstand with a
friend or two than around the side
lines. He Is rnther mysterious about
bis practise matches, and while wait-
Tho largest Invitation list that has'
over been sent 011 by a local Instl -
tiitton Is being prepared by llio 8o-
clal committee or Hie Y. M. C. A. The engagement Is announced of
appointed to handle It and wijl be'iBa E!taldoo"Klpr a' teacher nt tho
flnlshcd this week. A largo numbor of Kanhmnanu School, to Philip C. Wong,
the letters were addressed Saturday! an emniove, nr'th nnn nr iinnninin.
night ahd will bo dropped In tho box,
They aro bolng sent out for dedi
cation week which starts Saturday
next and will last until tho following
Sunday, The now
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formally turned over to the building
committee on Wednesday night Oc-
mi.r 11 .a hv it. ih. ,m
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iunv view tiHimici tti a t-niiiuiiv t
Trent. W, n. Castle, one of thel'1
charter organizers of 1809 will pre-l
sldo and a silver key will be used.
As already stated somo tlmo ago
Sn the I) 11 1 1 e 1 1 n, Bishop Kos'ta'rlck
.is to dedicate the hulldlnc. He will I
still a Chance of Men Play-;.;
lncss Is largely due In tho fact that he
(tins let down on tho speed of "Ills
strokes to a considerable extent. That
McI.oughln Is the slasher of the trio,
hut he, too' under I-nrne'd's couching,
) oung tennis days. Tho San Krnnclsco
youngster lias become a sort of protege
'of Ijirned o'f laie, nnd the old irellnblo
has taught him n number of tho tricks
of the game that were a closed liook
befnro this .season. When Mcl.oughlln
first came .Into Kastcm prominence he
wns apt tq play the fame stvlo of game
hgnlnst all opponents, nnd he Invn'rl
nliiy worked himself too hard In do-
or his gnme and general style. Mc
Loughllii Is for tennis heart nnd soul,
neither drinks nor smokes, nnd goes to
he can get 'up to the net and do some
bliln la t ! n a l.ln nltaaAAt kl4 n,l
n.iii n i Uin un l uiiSsTHi, ((UIHl, """IwiquJ plaCP
nt win iiiniuillijr ntti 1110 iiiuiiicm mi
ti chahge of'tacHcs, ahd Isn't nfrald to
try experiments In this line.
Any of ,the three possible doubles
combinations Is In the nature of an
experiment, but, ns before' mentioned,
the Wright-McLaughlin team looks tho
best on paper.
Chrlstlnn Church nnd Itov. n. K
Smith of tlio Methodist church. Somo
short nddresscB are to bo ninde. Dr.
W. C. Ilobdy will talk on what tho
Institution mennn to Iho city; Dr.
Doremiis Scndder on what it menus
to tho church and Sccrotary Paul
Super on ,behalf of tho empfoycos.
Tho detail! of the program tiavo
already been published In. tho Uul-
j 1 0 1 1 11.
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Ko date Is set for the w'oiidlnc is
The great One Hundred Thousand
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io.'wno mil KU1UK IU Ull BUIIIUI1UIIK l"
"0""" """ will mjke all other
""" vK Sidewalks will
bo " feature of tho work and Hono-
. 1"lu Construction will furbish Hie
I ,rB' !' Kelclio was arrested on
Saturday night for disturbing tho
Pce out Wajklkl way.
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' With this Issue Mr, Laurence
it- Redlngton lakes charge of the
i- sporting page of the Bulla- '"
J tin. A widely known news- $
? paper writer of the mainland,
i' Mr, Redlngton brings to his
work not only a thorough ss
knowledge of tportt in general, "'
but a personal acquaintance ''
with men in all branches of t
ports and athletics all over the ?
$ country. For him is bespoken
S by 'the Bulletin) tho tarn V
hearty cooperation on the part ?
? of the publio that hat been '
given to the B u 1 1 a 1 1 n'a sport- $
? Ing page In the past. The Bui- 8
$ latin stands for clean sport S
5 and for the 'encouragement of '-'
? every legitimate branch of it. S
News items and announcements, "
ho matter how small, will be
appreciated and given space In -8
these columns, "
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MADE AT MEET
New Record, for High Jump
Made By Hans Fassoth
- Fast Time In Sprints.
One Island record badly fractured,
two oHhts opiated, crcdjtoblo marks
In all track nnd field events, n largo
attendance and a full measure of clian
sport was the Mini total of tho first
Held meet held by the Hauallnli As
sociation of tiic A. A. U. at Alexander
Field Saturday afternoon.
The high Jump record was tho ono
to fall, and Huns Knssoth was tho ath
lete to wlpo It oft the books and put
u new one In Its place. The Knual lad
cleared the bur at R ft. 8 1-2 In., nnd
could probably hnvo bettered this a
trlllo If ho bad been pressed, ns ho
jumps In good form and seems to have
nn Inch or so to spare In tho bulls of
Ids' feet. As It was, he had seven
Inches to spnre over tho second man,
V. M. rrlesell.
Hill nice wns tho stnr of tho sprints,
and his friends think ho can dn the
hundred In better than ten Hat nn n
first-class track nnd conditions fnvor-
Following nro the results:
100-nrd dash Won by Hire; Ma
nohn second, Fernandez third. Time,
10 1-n sec.
One mllo run Dead heat betwien
flora and N'ott. Time, S mln. 34 3-5
410-yard d.ish Won by nice; God
frey second. Kaiihl did not finish.
Time, C0 4-C sec.
220-yard dash Won by nice; Ma
rietta second, Ilrenlg third. Time, 23
i-B ec. '
22d-yurd low liurdles-AVon by Frlo-
ncll; Wnlalenle second. Time, 28 2-GJ
1-010 vniiii won ny ivniini, nip-i
linn nonn ne tor secomi. iieigni, "iXmIU ,.,1Si ,hrto nvitihes being fought"; N. Dee
t.3-1 111. Kuan WOII loss ill coin nir
Stunning high Jump Won by Fns-
soth; l'rlesell second. Height, E ft.
ltuniilng broad Jump Won by Frle-
sell; Wulaleulo second. Distance, 20
ft. 4 In.
Putting IB-pound ' shot Won by
(VHulllvan; Frlesell second. Distance,
30 ft. 3 In.
Throwing 10-pound hammer Won
by Kiiiine; Frlesell second. Distance,
101 ft. C In.
Half-mile relay race Won by flod-fre-y's
team; Fernnndez's team second.
Time', 1 mln. 4S3-C sec.
EWA TENUIS MEN WIN
. INTER-CLUB CONTEST
Tho Intercluh tennln match played
between Hwa and Alen, on tho lulti r's
home courts, yestcrdny resulted In a
ope-slded vfctory for tho visiting play
ers. Tho Ewa men won a total of
eleven out of tweho sets, but In some
of tfe matches tho scons wero much
closer than tho final result Indicates.
Ilwn won 74 games to their oppo
Tho entlro dny's play was given over
to doubles, with an Intermission for
lunch, ai which tho Alea men played
McKeever-Hento bent Cllhli - fllhli,
R-10, 0-1, 0-1.
Creenneld-Schmldt beat Nlckelscii
ludde,'C-1, 0-2, 0-2.
W. Ilklund-A. Ileiiton bent Cowan-
Aynu, 0-0, C-0r 0-2. ' ' '
Mclliichi-rn - O'Dowda bent
CLIMATE KILLS SPEED FOR THE
DISTANCE MENSAYS FITPALD
Visiting Runner Says That Marathon Athletes Are Most Sus
ceptible to Climatic Changes Hopes (or a Match With
Local Man Soon. , n 4 & ia..u !. .'&
It's nil admitted fact that illmitlc
changes "t.iku It nut" of iilhleleH In itll
branches of sport, but the ipiestlou us
to which sport suffirs tho most In this
reluct has novir Inch settled to the
HallHfuitlnii of all the Interested par
ties. The lighter, the run lug man, the
ball pluvcr and the track nthleto all
claim that they git the short end of
the deal when performing away front
Jlmmle Kltzgerald, the Canadian run
ner who has bieii hern n couple of
months and who hns hooked up u It'll
sumo of the local talent on tin! track
during Hint time, li uulto poslthe tint
distance nmnirH get far the worxt of
It when subjected to decided change or
weather nnd environment. Wh.it Fltz-
gerald says carries koiiio weight, for he
has coiitcstld all over tho world, and,
beslde's, Is a ile-ar-hc.uled man who
pays more attention to tho why nnd
tho wherefore ot conditions thnn ilueH
the average athlete'.
"Distance running Is u hlRhty hard
grind at be'st," said I'ltygeruld whllo
llscusslng tho cllmata iiuestlon tho
other dny. "Now n man Ims got to
fe-rl right on edge every moment of
tho time to do tho Maratfiou or any
of the middle distances, and n let down
Is almost fntal to Mie-ccss. Hprlnters,
weight men, vuulters and Jumpers can
muko up to n certain extent for pbs
le'al slackness by will power and nerve',
but when It comes to reeling oft tho
miles against lime or ugnlnst good men
who feel nt their best, It's uulto nn
utlier matter, nnd' the man who feels
tired before he stnrts Is taking n ter
rible lot the worst of it.
"And I think Honolulu Is one of tho
hardest plae'es for a foreign nthleto to
do himself Justlco In," continued Fit!!.
"In my own case I'm not ns npt to bo
put nut of I'ondltlon by chunges ns
most of the distance men nre, but 1
feed moro let down hero than I hnvo In
INTER-CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP IN
DOUBLES PLAYED WEDNESDAY
Wednesday nitcriioon tho inuih-dh-. Following aro tho tennis:
puled iuetloii of club supremacy he-1 Pacific.
tween the lleretanla unit l'acllle' racket j V. I'. Until and W. F. Dillingham. '
wleldirs will bo settled, III doubles at No. 1; (',. II, Cooku unci It. A. CihiI.c,
any rate. Five tennis from each elub No 2; Dr. llnhlwln mid H. U.ildnlu. No.
will light It out on the courts, tho elull .1; J T. WatirhOiise liud Dr, ". C.
wliiiilug the greiilest iiumheii of.lloluly. No. 1; F, 11 Steele and (1. II.
mute ties to carry off the cup and Hie
I'lny, which will start promptly at ,4
Wednehday nfteriiooii, will be held lit
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allotmint will bo decided later.
FIGHT FOR CUP
The Cnstlo Cup tournament which
JUDD MUST MAKE
npins at 4 o'clock next Thursday aft-lit niunlcallons to Sporting Keillor, tt
eriioon promlMes to be one of the mostl tt Ilullotln Otllcn, tt
Inipoiliitit nf locnl sporting events this tt Wedneidiy, Oct. 4. tt
lull. Thei llrst touriiuiiicnt brought out It Tennis Inter-cluli tenuis lournu- tt
"tho largest entry Hit ever tccurdoil on tt ment. - tt
the courts, and when tho. players lino tl Thursday, Oct. 5. tt
up on Thursday for the second there It Tennis Cnutlo Cup toiuiiimciit. tt
will he ninny mutches to bo played, j tt Hill Tournament. tt
tinder the condltlohs of this cup tt Saturday, Oct. 7. tt
fixture. Classes A nnd 11 In the linndl- tl Tennis Manna club's sluglon tt
lap classifications already announced tt and doubles tounriiiient. i:i- tt
nro not eligible to pl.iy lu this series, tt tiles closo Oct. I tt
The cup must bo won twice to be- II Yachting Hawaii Yacht Club tt
eomo tho property of the victor. I .aw-, It chowder. tt
if.nc-o Judd Ims won fha cup once, and tt Sunday, Oct 8, tt
under tho rules must play In tho tour- j tt n.'iRObnll Hawaii vs. J, A, C; tt
nninent, ns It Is n handicap affair tt Stars vs. 1. A. C. tt
without n chiilleiiBo round. j tt flolf Manna cup, epitilff) Ini; tt
l'lny will start Thursday nt 4 o'clock tt I mind. tt
on all tho courts. Fntrlen closo nt B
. o'cloe k tomorrow overling nt II. O. Hill
& son's. ,
The cup was presented by A, I
Castle nnd Is a vi ry haiidsoiiio trophy.
Kntrlcs ilnxo tomorrow evening nt
H. O, Hall .V: Soil's, nnd Hie tourna-
me lit committee, consisting of A, U
Castle. (1. C, Tlocktis, w. I'. Itoth, F.
-11. Stuei-o nnd William Thompson wilt " , , i "ray, uew , li
then hold a meetlnc to mnke the draw!" OlyinpIP Club team arrives fiom tt
ings and arrnngo any necessary changes
any oilier pi. no 1'vu ever been to. This
iHi't III the way of an excuse, for I
don't feel the need of mal.liig one for
tho races l'vo ulrendy run hero or for
tho ones I hope to get soon, but It's u
fait Just the same. However, I )icgln
iilng to pick up a lilt, and In u few
weeks more expeit to be in) self iigaln
nhd to git baik thnt Mi.ip nnd (linger
Hint has bech missing."
l'Mtm raid Is ufti r u match nice wllh
Antouo Kncpo, the old reliable of tho
Isl.iudH, but the latter seems to he as
loy as n fighter aboiii putting his naiiin
to nn agreement. Ho Is holding out
for more remuneration, but the pro
moters bellcvn .that nil understanding
will bo leached soon and the race, over
the full Marathon distance, set for
xoine time during the latter part of
tho month. On paper this miuiiiIs like
an extremely Interesting event, mid
with tho nwukcmd Intcrestln the dls-
tnnce game here, the gnto should make
It wll worth while from n business
Tsiikainntn, tho speedy Japaneso
runner. Is also on Jlmmle'H list, nnd If
possible he will hook up for n race with
him lieforc leaving tho Islands nnd
nlso for n, return match with Soldier
Flt7gernld stnrkR up with the crack
dlstnne'o men of recent years, and when
tho MnVathon liomn hit tho Faclflo
Const somo six months nfter tho Olym
pic game's brought Johnny Hnye-s Into
prominence, he met such cracks as tho
Oljmplc champion,, 8XVi Yves, Johnnie
Marsh, Dornndfllind'tHo rest, and Was
n factor In all the events held In thu
T.ocal sport lovers hnvo shown a
llecly Interest In tho dHtnnco game,
and If It Is kept clenn nnd not hlppo
Irouied, ns wns the case In tho Btati'B
when tho cruzo was at Its Wight, It
Would be nn extremely good thing for
llutlolph. No. C.
A. U Ciislle nnd I). W.
I:A- M. Nowill mid J, II. Humes, No.
rr and F. North, No. .1; C.
(1. Hnckiis and It. Sinclair, No. 4; No.
tt 8PORT CALENDAR. ,
tt If Mnnagnrs of baseball and nth- tl
tt or athletic tennis would notify tho t:
tt Ilullotln or tho dates of pro- tt
tt Hised matches so that such In- tt
tt formation could be placed In the tt
tt snort calendar It wont. I ha eon- tt
shlercd a fnvnr. Address all com- U
it Saturday, Oct. 14. tt
ti Swimming nrnmuinr school tt
ilj races. . it
tj Track Ornmmar s'ehool loagiio tt
' tj ntlilcMQ uu-ot. litrlen closo tt
tt Octi)bor 1. tt
jj Sunday Oct, 16. ti
fiolf Mnnoa eu'n minis' it
" '0,t "',.': "
tl Snii Francisco for loca games, ti
"" ho asslsieil Uy hev. PeTors1' of' lh
In the ratings. ' it It ti tt it ti tt tt it tt it H tt tt tt tl II
(Additional Sporlt on Page 12)
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