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1IUI1IUI COUNTED OUT
Dick Sullivan demonstrated Satur
day night that ho Is on of the cleverest,
headiest and craftiest ring generals
that has ever entered a local ring. De
snltn his few years at the gamo ha
proved t0 the fight fans that ho Is a
8htcr of class and from the way ho
... ah . . u. iulhui tlle local pride.
this 'Frisco younirstcr made a hit.
It was the consensus ot opinion be
(oro this fight that Hulhul would win
in a walk and odds were freely wagered
on this opinion. Although Sullivan
came with little ot no reputation he
now has tlio confidence of the public
to whom ho demonstrated that tlio unlooked-for
Is likely to happen.
Sullivan Is the first fighter to give
the local ring goers nn exhibition of n
good straight left. Tills nbove all other
punches, Is the best In a ring battle,
nml by Its use Sullivan gained the
nnn.iriiinltv to throw sonio trip-hammer
body u,ow" 1,Uo Hull"'" b0,l' "lllt i00k
an mo Bieam om ui mu nn-ui imuu.
From the sound of tho gong, announc
ing the beginning ot the first round,
until the decision was glen In the sev
enth Sullivan kept up a shower of IcftH
to Hulhul's face that completely dal
lied lilni. Every time that the dusky
lighter stepped In to deliver a punch
ho was nut by n stinging left on the
nose or eye, this latter organ srovcu
n target for Sullivan and the way he
pecked at this member caused a huge
swelling and discoloration that In a
few more rounds would have complete
ly blinded the local lad.
Hulhul also deserves credit for his
bull-dog tenacity and gameness. He as
similated a world ot punishment and
after the end of each round he would
go to his corner groggy only to cumo
out strong and aggressive in me nexu
Hulhul's right swing was a souno ot
worriment to 8u1llvnn that caused the
latter to be cautious. Hulhul unhooked
n couple of thews haymakers that hud
they landed would have been curtains
for the haolo.
Tho finish ramo at the end of tho
revehth round, after Hulhul had taken
a couple ot hard body punches and a
full right swing he had gone to his
knees In a corner of tho ring, nt tho
count of nine he had started to raise
but when tho fatal ten was tolled he
Mill had his right glovo on the mat and
the rcferco pointed to Sullivan as tho
The hammer-like blows that were
placed ou Hulhul's stomach and ribs,
were of sucn a nauiro as to sap me
vitality of a much hardier looking spec
imen ot humanity than Hulhul ap
peared to be. Hut Bill seemed to thrive
on them and after covering up and just
when victory Becmed within grasp of
his crafty adtersary, ho would come
back with a cyclonic burst of speed that
forced the white boxer to stall for a
few seconds In order to evade any
chances that Hulhul might sneak In
on an unguarded spot. This Is where
Sullivan's class stood out In a prom
inent manner. Hulhul was a fair box
er, but against Sullivan ho was unable
to use any ot his knowledge to advant
age. In tho parlance of race-track fra
ternity It was pitting a shifty selling
plater against a stake horse, with the
came result. For a time tho plater
made a creditable stand but when the
ttako horse let out a few wraps the poor
plater was Jost In the shuffle. So it
was In Saturday night's encounter. Sul
livan Just nursed Hulhul along without
taking any unnecessary chances and
after beating hfm down was about to
drive In tho finishing touches when he
was given the decision.
When tho two men faced each other
In the ring It could bo seen that Hulhul
was the bigger man nlthough Sullhaii
had the reach. Hulhul had raised the
beam at 146 pounds, while Sullivan
went about 142. Being a local lad pub
lic sympathy was always with tho na
tive and ho was repeatedly cheered for
what little good work he did. Sullivan
howover, lame in for his share of ap
plause. No time wob wasted In sizing each
other up in the opening round. As
toga as the gong sounded tho two box
ers stepped to tho center of the ring
nnd began exchanging wallops. It was
at onto seen Hint tlio fight would be a
fast one. Sullivan nt onco began to
ilrho In lila straight left to tho faco
and soon had blood flowing from Hul
liul's nose. Sullivan's reach seemed
to worry Hulhul but ho cumo right In
vnd was fighting hard at tho sound of
in tie second round burnvan again , , department that Una charge of
6tarted that left for tho faco and as the th e,,niIlir Df the streets and a 145
natlve's gnard raised to protect the face TaUvVoxer Is .lated for tile
he was met by a stiff right on the
body. By suddenly changing his tac
tics Sullivan "brought Hulhul to his
knees with a stiff left swing to the
bead. Hiilb.u! took a count to bIx.
When he got to his feet Sullivan fol
owed up his advantage and caused Hul
to cover up. Things looked bad for
the local lad but tho gong saved fur
Hulhul came out with a rush In tho
third and JurI missed a hard right over
hand swing. Sullivan brought that left
into action and soon had the blood
(lowing from the dusky lad's nose and
mouth, Hulhul's left oye was a target
lor suiiivan. a warm uouy puiicii uui
Hul to tho carpot, where he took the
count. Upon arising he took a shower
of blows and went down a Becond time.
The bell again came to bis rescue.
Fourth was a repetition of the third
and saw Sullivan pecking with that left
nnd suddenly varying with a right hand
body blow that fairly rocked tho na
tive. Rounds five nnd six eaw Hulhul In
distress and repeatedly going to the
door. His face and lips were cut, pulled
and bleeding and he looked a pltltu'
eight, although he was game to tue
irore. Sullivan droe In body punencs
The seventh taw the finish by llnl
eolnc down and being counted out.
Hulhul was attended by Jim Fox,
Bllva and Cuka.
Behind Sullivan wero O'Mara and
Entries for tho White Rock Golf cup
have started at Woods & 8helilon's
sporting goods store and from all ap.
pcarances there will be a large delcga.
tlon travel to Ilalelwa to Indulge In the
first tournament for tho handsome
As the entries are made each player
Is given his ticket, which calls for a
fnu. t.ln .. lt.A r 11 AT. rn Una
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Entries will not be received after
Thursday at 5 p. m.
IRON WORKS DOWNED
The Infantry leather chasers gave the
aspiring players of the Honolulu Iron
,,, . " , , ... . . ..,..
l,i ii n i b1 ?fnJnJ f ih. Lni Jl 'or their sldo. Near the finish tho
read 11 to 1 In favor of the soldiers.'.. ... ,,,,, ,,, , frm
Tho error column tells the story,
nltllul h bl Ion ol : 5. nation.
a that ti f Irm Workers nit "unln
e that the Iron Workers put up m
Fe'nner. for the soldiers, pitched good to,jm
I..II on.l !!,. .1 Imt llvn .nfn nn, nrflW1DS 01 We I. "'. I" A. Spoiled many
m. ,7ri7v:: U viV.V Tr :,nn,i:l'lcly chances of converting by mull
Improvement and played some
Following Is a summary of the play
AU 11 1)11 O
Hannah, If 6 1 1
Rlngland, c. 4 0
Wilson, rC 4 l
Schoeffel, lb 6 1
Van Vllet, Sr.. ss.
Van Vlict, Jr., 2b.
33 11 C 27 13
Nahlwa, ss. . ..
Do Pontc, p
Swantson, If, ...
Honnn. lb ,
McOuIre, rf 3
M. Joseph, C. 3
32 1 6 24 12
Score by Innings:
Infantry 0 0001000 01
Hon. I. Works ..0 0071021 11
Bases on balls Off Fenner 2, off Ui
Struck out By De Ponte 4, by Fen
Very auspicious opening for 190C,
huh. kid. Lost year's fights In Hono
lulu were characterized by all sorts of
contests, good, bad and Indifferent. But
Saturday night's fights at the Opera
House, the first of the year well ask
any one ot the bunch who were rortun
ato enough to command a view of the
arena during the go for, his opinion
and you will hear something like this:
Superb, elegant and rlchl ucst ngnt
ever seen here, clever victory and you
will have to hand everything to Sul
livan. Ills judge ot distance was
delicious to the fistic palate, and his
equal in science and coolness and good
Judgment has never before been seen
In the ring here. Hats on to uuiuvan
the past Is forgotten."
For the next week, or two Kllcy's
dump will look Ilka Joe Corbett's.
There will be big doings at headquart
ers and O'Mara and Jack McFadden
will live on porkers straight at the
Favorlto Grotto. Sullivan will be the
Idol ot the small boy and other glove
artlstB who have appeared here will be
Lot us turn a patronizing glance to
ward Hulhul. Poor Bill, the Kanaka
wonder and pride of tho natives, hub
lost his lei; Jim Fox must take the scat
With the lias bcens. Sullivan won In"
every round and It Is now tack to graft
for tho Hawaiian pug. ' Down at the
gnrbago department they aro harness
ing up n in u To for Bill and ho will set
the same old cart. There Is a vacancy
However, beforo Bill begins nis work
they will make sure- that ho Is over his
dizziness Inflicted by Sullivan for fear
that he will fall oXf the cart.
S.uch aro the ucones counacted with
the' prize ring and It is all roses for tho
winner and thorns for loser.
Both preliminaries to the Sullivan
Hulhul fight were won In gig time. The
first go was between Sailor Brown of
the Iroquois and Kahaulello ot Kekaa-
ko. As soon as the gong Bounded
Brown rushed at his antagonist as
though he was going to run him off
the stage. Swings came from ever
direction ot tho compass. Brown knew
no more about judging distance than u
two-year-old and most of his punches
went around tho native's neck or body.
Brown soon ran amuck ot a bunch of
punches that drew the claret and put
the sailor to the mat. Brown worked
overtime and helped materially to lick
After going down several times In the
rcionil round after taking moredrulr
Milk', Dick O'.Mnra came to his rcscuo
with n towel.
Morch stArted like a whirlwind and
his two arms worked like flails. He
did not even give the natlvo lad n
chance to get uji his hands and punch
after punch wan mined on Wahalanl's
head and body. The native was out
classed and after taking a hard beating
lila seconds came to his rcscuo.
DIAMONDS jsj. 1. C. h
This League fixture took placo on
Saturday at the Baseball, Park, when
both teams took tho field at full
Tho Heads had tho better ot the
opening exchanges, and soon began to
exert pressure on the Initials' citadel
with the result that No. 1 goal was
soon recorded. Notnlng daunted, tho
Initials opened out and took up tho
runnlpg, but wero weak In finishing
when at tho goal mouth, Haley and
Bobbins being the worst of tho quin
tet In this respect. End-to-end runs
resulted for somo considerable tlmo
without any result, although tho
Heads came near scoring on sovcral
occasions. Bcardmore, beaten by Fer
nanda after a pretty piece of play by
the Heads forwards, and Clark's Judl
clous feeding of the ball to them, was
In thn main rnannnIMn for thla rintnt.
Alter some tamo play mldfield tho
Y, M, C. A. got away on tho right and
from a pass by Oss to Spalding tho
latter beat tho Heads' custodian. Play
continued brisk up to tho closing
stages, but tho Heads were the moro
dangerous when In proximity of the
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goal than their opponents and It was
uiuy Ulv BIIIVIIUIU UUICIILU Ul 111UVUU1U3'
an''' J1"1"1 thclr lm'
P" dl8p,Iiy' ,liey wl" RlV0 80mo 0t
he Mer iQamt M thc,r wor, t(J hoW
uuodllnB tno ka'1 when near goal and wero
guuu .. nnaapnirnra nn pnmlinriH with
the rt of tho team. Mr. Flddcs In
tho capacity of referee kept the teams
well in nanu ana. me resun was
Heads, 3; Y. M. C. A., 1.
U II H
IOLANIS vs. PUNAHOUS
Thcso teams met In a League flxturo
at the Baseball Park on Saturday un
dcr Ideal weather conditions.
lolanls began In energetic fashion
although tho quality of their football
was not as class as l'unanou s. uom
blnlnc well, tho bluo and whites raid
ed their opponents' territory, Woo
and Mon Yin having tries, which Cat-
ton saved In dashing style. Clearing
their lines ovcntually, tho Bulfs open
ed out In good form 'and soon began to
monopolize tho attack, Kca's charge
undergoing somo narrow escapes irom
tho Cattons and Campbell. From .a
tlmcous cross of Campbell, II. Catton
secured and beat tho custodian with a
well-judged obi I quo shot. After this
for some considerable time, nothing
seemed to come amiss to the Buffs
and tho Iolani defense was kept busy,
from which It finally emerged with
credit, play being transferred to mid
field. The left wing of the Iolani for
ward rank took tho ball down to tho
other end and Mon Yin centering nice
ly, Anderson climaxed the effort by
driving the ball homo, thus equalizing
matters. Play continued fast and
both ends were visited In turn repeat
edly, another point being secured by
each. Asserting aggressive tactics lo
lanls broko through the Buffs' defenco
nnd Catton was called upon to clear,
but taking more than tho number of
steps called for by the rules was pen
alized. Blackman taking tho free kick;
Judiciously tipped tho ball to Woo, who
sent tho ball through a host of oppo
nents Into tho corner of tho not. Ex-
asperated by this reverse, the Puna.
nous strove hard to get on even terms,
but tUe Iolani defenco prevailed and
nothing camo of same, the iolants re
tiring victors by 3-2. Taking the mer
its of tho game Into consideration a
draw would havo better represented
the play. lolanls' half back division
were none too conspicuous, but their
forward lino put In somo sound kick
ing. Punahou's weakness lay In their
halves and a little less anxiety for
ward might have meant equality at tho
cessation of hostilities.
Referee Munro performed the duties
of his offlco In a very creditable man
ner, his decisions being prompt and
Tlio handsomo Ilalelwa Golf Cup
will lorever more adorn Q. II. Bcrrey's
mnntlo. This local champion succeed
ed In lifting tho trophy yesterday,
when E. O. Whlto, A. Marcalllno and
himself played off tho tie of tho prev
ious Sunday's tournament.
Marcalllno and Whlto nover had a
"look in" and It was almost a forcgono
conclusion that Borrey would carry
off tho honors.
As Berrcy had previously won tho
cup twlco and tho conditions called for
a third. It Ib now his property. He
played good golf yesterday and went
out In 43, giving him a 91 add with his
C handicap, netted an 86,
The play resulted as follows:
w w g g. :
II, Derrcy 48 43 01
O. White 50 CI 101
I A. Marcalllno 53 58 111 20 91
The following names are engraved
on the cup as winners: Q. H. Derrcy
(3), A. Mahaulu (2), II. Mabaulu (2),
F. Armstrong (2), K. O. White (1), P.
HaUtead (1), II. I). Qlffard (1).
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