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's Page of Sports
SOME RUNNERS OF 1 YWUGO
EKLUND WINNER OF
HALL TENNIS CUP
FOR SECOND TIME
Charles Rowell, the
Defeats O'Dowda In Straight
Sets After Colorless Match
Crowd Sees Play, ;
William Eklund of Ewn won the K.
O. Hall tennis cup for the second tmo
yesterday by defeating his clubmate,
John O'Dowda, In. the llnals, Only, In
the second set was there nny closeno
Wright and McLoughlin Superior to All the Australian Play
ers With Possible Exception of Brooks Challengers'
Stay Here Means, Gala Tennis Week.
A. I.. Castle's letter from Urals
Your Complete Wardrobe
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Reasonable Instalment Terms
BE THE FOMIT SHB
The other day n hnndful of Interest
ed, peclutora, were waichlng Jlmnile
Fitzgerald' reeling off the ndlcs nt a
tireless. Jog-trot nrounil the Punahou
oval. The Canadian runner In doing
most of his training for his coming
niurulhon Willi Antono Knoo at Alex
ander Field, and ho often has all audi
ence during; hla try-outs.
Ifu rtArtnlnlt, ola iu'dh lh mmihi!
nicely," remarked one man to the gath-
erlng In general, hut none of there
runner now inn hold a candle to that
fellows who were at the top thirty!
years ago." I
This, and statements of a similar.
character that I have heard .from time
to time, led me to delve father deeply
In the dope, and while thn records
speak for themselves. It seems to be a
maiier or inuiviuuiu opinion as to
whether or not runners, of tho past
were . better men than, Fltxgcrald,'
Marsh, Dorando, St. Yves, Hayes and
thn other whose names are' Intimately,
connected with tho distance same ofi
8ome Great Performers.
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inere nre noi warning aimeien oi ruimrr iii.u.TYuriM-iwicvri umi. auuui. -- - --- vloua records. But
the, old school who contend, that tho .three years ago-he. died In Cambridge, j tournament, nnu tms pnneu 10 oe mo n wr1U of
mnrnlhnn ninnera nt thn nrmn.nl tAV Enfl.. at the', an. Of.lCfi. nfler hnvtne. right dope. . ..,... , .....
dolnof possess tho stamina, grit and made a fortune of 'JlOO.OOO In pr Isol This makes Eklund second wlnjiml oth Wr(ghl McLou,wln h'nv.'
bull-dog tenaclly that characterized tho money during his running career, only," ho ca" et hl" name on th .,rom t,1ov1 In Honolulu, but local men nr
ng-dls'tanco runners of twenty or to lose It on' speculation 'on the turf. Ice m' " '" -,n "'" PlT" somewhat In the dark concerning the
Uplir. ntrn Til rnnlenl nn At thn tlmo that TKilwnril p.vsiin "'""-" .'"""""'""' ..-"
AMERICAN TENNIS TEAM LOOKS !
LIKE THE WINNER ON FIGURES'
to the contest. Eklund taking three Wrlght, stating that tho American ten
straight -l, 8-. 6-0. ' nin CTnckt wm plny nn exhibition match
In the first and third sets Eklund put ,lcro on iMr wnJ. , New z,ftlan()i l(
on steam ohd his young opmnent me ,wtmH,t nnd lnl , Bny cvcnt
couldn't seem to do anything right. In ley wm top 0(r hfrt) for a weck or
the middle set, however, both players lhelr roturn ,rp hag causeJ
seemed afraid to hit tho ball, and Ek- )luUpr , )ocal ,ennU cIrcl0!( Am,ough
lund, usually very accurate with his ,he nt vl, w), of nK(,(y be a
overhead placing, found the backstop brief affair consisting ot hurried dou
moro often than the court. ,,, mntchi a j,,er aa good-bye nnd
There were few form reversals dlir- j ,uck apecln, cffort w, un.
Ing the tournament, which was well run dnu,,tciiy be mnile to arrange an nt
throughout. A surprlso to many was tractive program of tennis nndamuse
the defeat of A. U Costle by Eklund mcnt for lhe teconi v,,lt neJtt j.,,,,,,.
In the seml-Mnals, but there, was abup-nr.,t
dant reason for the result, and the wise. ..,,,
-. ..- ..-w -i -..u u -i The mainland newspapers nnd mag-
U 111 nvlfiAa havai lil nltimna nf ttrnn nv
I tho foregoing list, was In his vrtnrnJjt" " ." "e"7, ''r P""" l" '"-"d tho weak point,
undoubtedly the finest long-distance! """Ceded. wf. ht "' '""". of of the American DlaverK nnd their i.re-
tne uasne-KKiunu t.et-io wpuiu wmine ., . : .,, ...
nut little or nothing
defend the Davis Cup.
thirty Years ago.
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Record" at all distances from thirty waB, working as a youtn in a snipyaru -. - - ---?' ---- to tnk r- , m-ich,.
miles up to 100, made by both ama- at Coinbrhlge. Fired by n spirit of "own " ln " ,a"t wo ven,"1' BMt. M, .. -..,
,.:i. ...r ..f..A-.i i it.. ,.n. a ...,, i-m i.v t-..im.'. .,.... n,n however, that It Is probable he will oki noi at sin.
.' ... ...'. . l,i nli1 In nUaa 11 IAfnxn nnlliat T) 1111 Ua. tint! liatAtl rAttnvtaifl
Justified' to some extent Weston was bringing longdlstance pc-.0,'"'1 Player to hove a leg on It.
nee Jh made to "llcst on destrlnnlsm Into popuW favor. Itoweltl In yesterday's match Eklund
strength or weakness of the Australi
ans, especially since It has been an
nounced that Wilding will be unable
90s. At thut period good runners who left the yard ito. take 'up Ills career ns
could compass" fifty miles or moro nt n pedestrian. In which he was after
nearly nine miles nn hour were com- ward to attajn both fntne and fortune,
paratlveiy hiimeVoUs; at tho present He sooh attracted the notice of tho
day It would' be difficult to pick half late Sir John Astley and Mr. Atkln
a' dozen moh' frtim' the World's greatest son, nnd, encouraged, and assisted by
distance runners who could keep on mem, ne come to America, wnere no
their feet at all for, the full Journey, made some usloiindliy records, nearly
As some of the existing amateur nnd (ill of .which still stand. it may be
professional 'records from thirty miles mentioned that previous to his depar-
upward ewlll doubtless Interest the run- lure from EnRUndrhe)ws" In the habit
nerirniiMOUS loiaiinin long-uisianco ce- in rummis; mini i.ainuriiiKe up iui.ou
lebrlty' Jri the future, a f.electlbr) Is don, about fifty-six nilles, to consult
given below, 'with tho miles, name, year Sir John Astley on business, one day.
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30 J. A. Squires. 1885, 3:17:3.
400. A.- Dunning. 1879, 4 !S0: 12.
30 O.JrMBson. 1881, 3:K:K
'iOJi, Barley, 1881, 4:34127.
, 50 a. Cartwrlght, 1887. 5:E5:4H
100 C.'tnow.ll., 1882. 13:2'6:JO.
Howell, Real. 8tar..
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and running. back, (hs huxt, uccompllsh
Ing the distance In aeyen hours or less.
JtoweU's best performance was In the
I health lately, though still regarded as
the mainstay of his side. Wilding, on
nccount of business Interests, will be
unable to take part In the contest this
year, and the Australasians will Ilnd It
hard to replace him In either singles
The most promising candidates for
his Dosltlon nmonr his rountrvmen ore
A. W. Dtinlop and R. W Heath, wboj
have this season played through sev-
-.l..l ,l, m.... 1... 1.VI.1.. nn.r."'" ' " "' " iraimiwui"
II. E. Davis of Oakland, Oil., was an
Is stopping ut the Young Hotel.
Mr w,","ut "'n" awe to snow class over
as a 1,'nipiiaii atinuakaid mha HrsiaiA a it
Davla Is a well-known Pacific Coast,", """-""- ""'
, ,. . . . (defeated In the International series by
magazine writer and newspaper man,! ....,.,.
and Is here recuderatliig from the ef- " """ ".
.. , -.-... - ... .nmi is nere recuperating irum mu vi-i ,
slx-day go-ns-you-lilease competitions, jfp.jg of tt severe nervous breakJown.l n"nlP " very
and most of hlriit triumphs were vvtiin.tborougbiy.rested.lieavMI vrfcwrrBUyw.-wUUaJliuUh, I:
n'crlle'ft.rt'w7eirrtT,nd.l883ntM'ad.;eyernI ulrate(j articles relative to '"!? Should they ie chw
Isoh Square Harden. New York. Here .... tt'ractlons and resources of the J.
It was that he defeated the famous iandli for publication. In Eastern mil
Corkey In a six-day contest, and lso.nMi ,B0 f0r The Traveler Msgaxlne.
ran 89 miles 1D40 yard In twelve pushed In San Francisco." "This
hours and 1E0 miles 39S yards In, twen-country 00ks good to me," he said!
ty-four hours. In February, 1882.
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Careful examination of the perform
ances uf major league pitchers for the
last ten yrurs Is not needeiL to show
thut Christopher Mathewson Is ,the
l!ritit pitcher of (ha day.
1 "Peerlesu' Matty," the title which was
bestowed on the btg' fellow when he
won, tlyi world's cliamplonslilp for the
tllu'nts In 190S,,does not seem to Jiavo
lirrii iiujipiut'VU. ,a hv yiv1' "
thewrou Is tlio'Ueal) of National League
pitchers. Without taking uny credit
pay ffifln tho grund old man of' base
iutll, Denton Yojing, the assertion that
Mnlty-'ls dean of them all, American
and National Included, would not be
without foundation. "Young Is one of
the best preserved athletes now In the
bfg' leairueS. He has twirled In both
liio Natlon'ul arid, American leagues ever
.nice me year j.vv.
At the end of the 1910 season Young
Had won iot games'. Imagine it, at
least two hundred more victories thun
has been Scored by any pitcher now
lUth'u major league club.
"Matty" Has Csrwr Ah.ad.
' Fow' doubt tliut Mathewson also has
It within hi? ability to win mofo than
tlvo hundredr iramoa before ho retires.
Ho has tilr'ndy w6u close to 280, and
who knuws that' ha may not win the
other 229 before his pitching days are
over? If Mathewson were to enter an
other league after iUi National League
days ulu, over It Is likely .that he would
be as' effective for' six 'or eight seasons
ugatiiBt fi new' set of clubs as he was
(luring the. prime' of his career. The
troublu Is that1 "Malty" will retire, from
baseball )wtv he is Hnlahed with his
taukus-n (tlnnt, but that day Is still at
thu'tnd.of a Innt lane.
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'There are few changes in the bat
ting averages of the Senior League
players this week.. Walker and Mey
ers, hold their proud' position, at the
top of the list In, the .400 class, and
rthero .nro several shifts In the first ten.
Although It doesn't show", on the rec
ord. Ross, who stands 'seventh on the
list, lifted the onlytalr ball that has
been sent oyer tne .fence in tnn last
wo seasons in sunaayvi game. Ji
was n rising drive, and cleared the
boards clean as a, whistle, landing
plumb in tho lap of a'dhrnirted. Chinese
gentleman who was sitting .quietly on
the veranda of an. adjoining house.
Individual Batting Ayaraoea-jFlve or
Q.AB.R. H. Pet.
sist Brooks, In all probability brooks'
and Dunlop would, be, the doubleateam,
while llrookn nnd Heath would take'
earn, of tho singles.
In thn Kentish championship held In
June at llrerkenham, Eng., Heath and
Dunlop rompeteil against the best Eng-
ltnh It1nvr tit luitli ftlncli.a iiinl ,1ml-
blcs. In singles Heath was beaten 'in1'.
the first round by Rnpci1 liiirrett. whof-
lost in the third round to Ritchie,' who, ,'
in turn, was uereateii ny wilding, tno
Intlrnnmnnt wlnnpr. Tlilnlnn ivnn lMat-
en 111 the second round by Ritchie. . fj
Y ttvrt ilillltilAn llalfttlh S..l Tl.t ! "
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wero tlcfcateil In th thlnl round by C.K,
P. Dlxoti and Ann rrvbtc-ft, who tost In
thn flnnlii to Itnrrctt nnil ftltchlfl. .,
t . A If . 1.1. .l.UK-.klna.
Ill IIIU lll4llKIIDIl l.'IIUIlllIUII'SIIIan
held at Wimbledon In July, Heath and J t
Dunlop again enteral both singles and t I
doubles. Heath had an easy draw' In
tho singles nnd reached the fifth round;
where he wns lieaten by Deculls, the
champion of France. DeouJIs was beat
en easily by C I'. Dixon, who gave
Larned such a hard rub In the Interna
tlonal series In September.
Americans Have Clais.
Ilarrett won the duals from Dixon fj.j
In 'n. tinrri fli'M-attff n.qlf.1, ?.A
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Dunlop was beaten In tho first round
of the singles by n medium-class play-
' In the doubles'. Heath and Dunlop
renched lhe third roand. where they
wero beaten ly-,Oore and Barrett, who
lost In thn seml-flnsls to Sam Hardy,
formerly of San Francisco, and J. C
Parko. Hardy nnd Parke lost the fi
nals of the nll-coiners tournament to
Clobcrt and DecuJIs of France.
It 'would; necm that Mclxiughlln and
Wright should outclass all thn Austra
lian players, except Brooks' and Wild
ing; In singles, and It Is extremely
doubtful whether even they, at their
best, could repeat. I lief r old-time suc
McLoughlin and Wright In' doubles"
should prove un Ideal combination, as
their games go together well. This
prvnrui' .American unuiuen cnampionn,., i
lilttle and Touchard. 'In nn exhibition ?'
match during the Newport tourney.
IF NOT, ,WHY. NOTT OO JO
For a course of sprouts that villi
f.juv.nal. you 'and maka you
sorry that your' Ilia Ii not 'twice
'a . k. '
178-8. Kihg Si.
Walker (J) ......... 8 19 1 9
Meyers (S) .,....,.. E 21) 4 8
Miller (S) .......... tt 3r; t t
Ornellas (P) ........ 8, ,32 -3 9
Hoopll (S) .:, 8 38 1 10
Akana (J) 1 29 8 8
Ross (J) ..... ...,.. .6: 19. 2 ' C
Sumner (S), , 0 23, 4 f
Deponte (P) ........ I !1 1 I
Hamuuku (H) S 8 21 0B
'User (P) ..., ' 27 1
Chllllngworth (J) .. 2r 28 3 8
Ah Toon (S) 7 24 1 E
8ouza"(Pj ...(,.;..'. 8 3f 4 6
D Desluv (II) ...... 8. 31 2
Uushliell (P) ( 33. 8 8
Soares (P) .- 8 1(1.1
Keuloha (J) .., 6 18 0 3
Freltas (P) ,8 22 44'
Joy (S) -8 '22 l" 4
Franco fJ ......... 7 24 ' 3 4-
Lai Tin (H) ........ 0 ;26' 8 4
Kualll (H) 7 28 'l'"4.
Murcnlllno (H) 7' 28' '2 ' 4
Notiey (J)" 5 14 4 2
Markham (H) ...... 7 39 14
Mclntyre (II) t 22 2 3
Ayau (II) ;. 8 32. 3' 3"
Rrltn (J) ........... 8 30 1, 4
Kan Yen (H) 6 23 J. 4
Freselle (J) 8 23 1 3
Lino (P) .., 8 28 E. 3,
Rico (II) 7 28 3 3
Madeira (P) 8 18 0 0
Tho supervisors of San Francisco
have proposed, an, ordinance that looks
to the providing of' seats tot- carmen
on all lines of the city outside of pre
"A't.hough I have- seen comparatively
nothing of the Islands asyet, I am(al
rcody marveling not only, afi their naU
urnl richness and resources,' but at 'the
lack of knowledge of these rich Island
possessions that Is so prevalent all
through tho mainland.. I believe that
when the ranchers of the Middle West
and tho. Qreat Lakes country, as well
aa. the small capitalist 'of other sec
tions, learn of the great opportunities
In these Islands, they will come flock
ing Westward. 'And It should be very
easy to bring the. wealthy man here
to make his winter home, for here you
have a combination of climatic excel
lence, scenlo grandeur and AorlcuVtural
possibility blended more happily than
In any other section of the world."
QUEEN. KAAHUMANU, '.,
HOLDS ROYAL COURT
The" romarkablo tableaux that, ate
to be given by the Kaahuuianu So
ciety next .Friday evening and Sat
urday afternoon at 'the Hawaiian Op
era House' should not be missed by a
person In the city who1 haa not seen
them before, and many who have seen,
the spectacular representation will go
again. The tableaux represents King
Knmehameha and. Queen Kaahuniami
urrounded, by tjielr. cour, an4' rV
celv'lhe the homage of their loyal sub
jects of a little country vlllago o J
which they have Journeyed.. A nooKn
pu Is In progress, and the scene' Is an
animated one. There will be twenty
or more persons on the stage.
UNTIMELY DEATH OF .
A cablegram recolved yesterday by
J. S. Walker, conveyed the news of
the death on Sunday of Mrs. Taylor
McLean, nee MIbh Bella yida of' this
city. She had been married but n few
SUPREME COURT UPSETS
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGMENT
! Tho isupromo court yesterday up
held the exception o't Ane Kaehu
against Meeau Namealoba which wan
an exception from the circuit Judge
of the second' circuit. , ,
The trouble was over who owned
Intestate estate. The circuit court,
also held that tho plaintiff In tho case
had not adduced evidence to prove
ouster by, tho defendant., The su
preme, court says: "Where tho plaintiff
in' an. action for ejectment sues for
and Claims tbo entire Interest In' and
Uio right .to' the' possession of all the
land Involved In the action, and the
defendant,, Instead 6t claiming' only j
iBOUty. files an answer1 denying gen
erally all the allegations contained ,ln
the plaintiff's complaint, the answer
constitutes ouster, and relieves the
plaintiff Jron f the necessity of prov
ing it by any otner evidence."
.. , AT PEARL HARBOR
Word was received yesterday of the
accidental killing of a Japanese at tbo
dry dock works' at Peart 'Harbor. Full
details are not at hand; but It' seems
that the Japanese, Makumoto by nuuie,
used a hammer on u, cylinder head,
(hat should have "received very gentle
treatment aa It1 was under high pres
sure. The blows on the piece of ma
chinery1 caused It to explode and (be
Japanese s head waa almost lorn front
his body. '
McLOUQHLIN IN FORM. '
Tho spectators at the Bny Counties
tournament were' .treated to nice tennis-
when Mel Long and Maurice Mc
Loughlin played an exhibition mated
WILL BARNEY JOY GO
INTO THEC0LD WORLD?.
Although Barney Joy, tho big' IU-,
wullan (linger who has been playing'
right garden for tho Stars during theJ."
Sunday series, has not committed Mm-J$ &
self ilennltelv. It In .limlilfiit whe'lh.r -fi )'l
land that h..,:rm:r,-r7of.!'0 " nl"' "'" P?. by BtM' '
- . - iltifmi niu r.nnrt tvllh flin Imllana nvf
season. Barney has a good Job hern
and can't set, a picture of himself
working In tho frozen north foramere
stipend. Joy was In bad with the Na.vrf
tlonal Commission for a while, but waavi '
recently reinstated as the proiwty'ot''
the Boston Americans. The sale," to '-..ii
Spokane lias recently gone through.ae-ffrjij
cording, to Coat papera. -f SwfSjS
"Barney' can't Iw very strong thatriffi
year,' saiu a granusianu isn wiiohsm
tjiindajr. game between the Portuguese '
and Stars. "You'd think It would t be ;'J
Muiler for n. SOO-nnundM to kick- a Y
w'heelliarrow out of the,, road thanjito i
try and crawl ,undr It after a ball." .
Her entire girlhood was spent in wlth George Janes and ciiarley Foley.
Honolulu, she golns to the coast tbout The latter team won tho .llr'st set,, 8-8,
nnd Long and Mclaughlin took thb
second at 8-4, The. third .set went to
four tears ago. Her husband la ,a
intntng engineer. She leaves aurvlr?
ing lier. nor iiiumor, mm. ia im,-.,i ...t.... i . . . j .i
of Bhangha, and Henry V.da. l-ll
"rrZJZIjJJZZII playing slnoo his return from tho East
on account of his Injured ankle, but
.despite tlits fact ho showed to good ad
vantage yesterday and tho Australians
will, havo to go some to beat him this
year. Ho showed all hla old clever
ness and smashed and drove with great
accuracy,, Long was not playing vyell
and McLoughlin and Foley did all the
playing for the four. S. F. Call.
139 Merchant Street
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