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Willi the blood gushing fioni lilt
nose and hiuutli, both ees nlmoat
ehMcd ami staggering helplessly
around the ring, dplder Welch wan
cornered by Sullivan nnd Just ns a
Knock out punch seemed Inevitable.
Ileroreo Hilly Woods stepped between
the two gladiators and declared Dick
h-nllhnii the winner. The decision
I'ici with npprnval by nil present ami
Woods should be (oiumeuded for his
piouip- nml thoughtful action. It la
often In Just such cases that a lighter
I in rsvuuini) mill I
I it j of the rofcrrc.
Is seriously hurt owing to the stupid
Sullivan All the Way,
At !i 30 tho seating canacltv around
the ring was fairly well filled nml the
crowd, although good nntured, began
lo get Impatient at tho delay caused
by the men weighing In There was
also the rnln which nt Intervals sifted
through tho huge piece ot canvas that
luveied the ring and sprinkled the
ciowd tint patiently wnltcd for tile
rong. H lakes moro tlinn water, how
rver, to mar n prlre light.
A; laBt Jack .Md'adden. the Yellow
Klil. who acted ns olllclal nniiouiiccr,
rlepptd to the center of the ring with
n set or l.evlnsou's gloves in his aims
and declaied that tit. men hnd weigh
ed lu and neither had tipped the In am
over the required IIS pounds
Sulllvnii wns the flint to inter the
ring, wearing n gray sweater Sulll
van seemed n trllle nervous as he
waited until Welch appeared Tho
Spider followed shortly with his sec
onds; ho greeted Sullivan cordially
nnd pioceeded to get ready for the
'encounter. During the prellmlunr)
iroceedlngs Welch was as cool as an
Iceberg, mid It (ould plainly he seen
, that he was an old s nger at the game
ii'..ii. .. .. - i -.. .i .,
iii-nii mii iiiiiiuiiiiceii us un- ilium
plon welterweight or San rranclscii
nnd Sullivan the champion welter of
Honolulu. They then posed for n
flashlight picture, alter wlilili .Mol'ad
ic'cu nnnnuiKcd Hint they would light
I Kliulvlit rulcH and prn'ect themselves
at all times.
l.nrr Dee pulled the cord and the
, light wns on. The Iiovb lost little time
in getting busy, nnd both went to
" i vwirl. wltli u will. Welch seemed slow
Mi' assumed (lie nggresslvo nml fore
nl Sullivan slowly around the ring.
Sullivan tried with the lift and round
tlio mark. They fought hard In the
clinches and at all points Sulllvnu
thowed tho classic's work. As tho
light progressed the styles ot tho two
men could be easily discerned. Doth
men wero making u lerthnnded light.
Sullivan using his straight for the
head nnd Welch employing n hook
i.iul loft shift. At tho end of the first
lound, when the men walked to their
turners, tho wise ones whispered Hint
lie fight would not go ten loiinds. In
the very first Sullivan djsplajed a su
jerlorlty over tho Spider. Those
niounil tho ringside who had seen
Welch In some of his fights on the
Const marvelled nt tho poor showing
that the onco great lighter was mak
li g. Ho did not seem like the snmo
Welch thnt had put away so many ni,
tiring pugs In tho Colden State Still
ho wns dangerous mid nt tlims show-
id Inn sis or his old-tlino form nnd,
had not Sulllviiu been n shirty, tool
headed lad Iho (halites are that he
would have ran amuck or one or thoi-o
Kit shirts unit gone to 'he mat.
"Slop Hint loft, Jim," MclYiililcn
would -ll from Sullivan's corner anil
is Welch was gaining a high respect
lor this muth mitt of Sullivan's, he
listened to .McFnclden's warning. A
lelnt with tho left by Sullivan would
luvnilubly cnuso tho Spider to mlso
Ms guard lo protect that bleeding
nose and mouth. Hulllwin would then
i-hoot his right into the body or hook
It across a; tho Splder'H head.
Dp to Iho third round ever) thing
wns Sulllvnii. He had been pecking
nnd Jnbblng nwny with that left until
Wilch's Juco looked llko a well beaten
M ak. In this third lound Welch
lushed out of his turner with n deter
mination to end tho tumble then and
Hipio. He lushed Sulllviiu across tho
llug nnd scut snmo stiff lefts to tho
head, llu tried a hard shllt but did
not connect. A stilt left to the head
tint Sulllvnn (u his knees, hut ho was
up In n liui i y and fought hack haul.
Welili fought dispi'intily but In no
uwill. Tills lound belonged to Welch
and he nuulo n veiy good showing nnd
went to his coiner amid iheeia. Many
thought Hi.it Welch was Just wnruii-d
up. but (lie opening of tho fourth saw
Sulllviiu shooting In Hint IcH and
lending tho Sildei's bend hack with
u Jcik. lu this rutirth round Sulllvnu
rent Welch to tho Hour, scoilng n
dean knockdown with n haul light
In the head.
Tlio nftli saw Sulllvnn sending lu
lett nftu' left and asking the Spider
how he lllcdl It. About the tlmo Hint
Welch foigcil nil about Hint left Sill
llvan ciosscl over Hint light nml al
most completely twlstid tho Spider
aicniml. Wilch wnB bUedlng fietly
uud blood from Ills bleeding niembuis
coveied both llghteis.
Tho sixth wbb tlio Inmost round or
tho evening Hot h seemed Hieil mid
outside or Sullivan's left Jab tlieie
weio row blows landed. Iloth Imlulg
id In fighting In tho rllm he,, nelthei
lining in lie It dnuinge.
Beginning of the Finish.
Sullivan was iie nggiessor mid forc
ed Welch along the rones. A haul
I light to tho Jaw chopped tho Spider
I in u corner for u shoit count. This
'punch set tho new ai rival hade nml
'all his steam wns lost. Shortly uftei
1 biilllvan scmed u second knockdown
in tlm center of tho ling nnd I- looked
I'ud for tho I'rlsco lad. Width had
rallied his Ircl utter a count of seven
j Mid was lu u veiy bail way. Tin gong
loiimled and Welch slaggeied to hit
j court. Had tho lound lasted half n
I minute longer Welch would huvo been
Sullivan's Right Ends Fight.
Iloth men toed tho sciatch for tho
eighth and confidence showed lu Kill-
jiiniiiii nice. I'oor vvcicu Btuou his
ground until a couple of lefts started
him back. Sullivan sent the Spider's
head back with a straight left anil
as tho Spider straightened, Sulllvnn's
right met him on tho Jaw. Welch
went down on his hack; Sullivan
Mopped hack and Welch Btaggereit to
his feet, only to ho sent ilown again.
Sullivan forced Welch to n comer,
whero ho stood helpless , not being
able to defend hlmsilf; lie clung to
th'e lopes to Keep from going 'down,
nnd hnd not Itefereo Woods Interven
til nt this moment Sullivan would
mrcly have scored n knock out.
Woods pointed to Sullivan and Welch
staggered to his corner, where he was
met by Sullivan with outstretched
linnd. Thus elided nt good, clean anil
fair a light ns has ever been pulled off
We tuugintulnto Sullivan on his
victory and the manner In which II
wna seined. Welch deserves credit
lor his gnmeness and pluck. No mat
ter how Jinrd he was punched he al
wavs came back for more, and show
ed that be was made of the proper
This light adds new laurels to Sul
livan's crown, and his slock has tak
en n boost both hero nnd on the Coast.
This victory will glvo Sullivan much
irestlgo on the Coast, whero Welch
is known as one of the. hardest nuts
lu the 140 pound class.
Tho arrangement at the oo wna nil
Hint could he desired nnd un a clear
night n better pl.icu for a boxing con
test could noi be had. Tho seating
ariangetncnt was good nnd everything
Too bad It rained. That kid who
answers 1o the name of Vlarra ami
hails from the slopis of Punchbowl,
tho vicinity which produced Iletten
(ourt and Slha. got his feet wet In
some of the water that roll through
Iho tunviis roof. Vlcrra went up
against tho fli-htlng Chink. Ah Sam.
Vlerra assumed trie altitude of a real
lighter add slapped the Chink In the
lody with an open right. When Sam
found that tin kid could not punch a
hole In .a piece or tissue paper, ho
mustered enough courage to become
regressive. Just before tho gong
Mutinied Vlerra lound a soft spot, llu
had piobahl) been rehearsing with
Hcttcmourt. Tho way he tried to
fako was awf.il. and he should havo
been thrown out or the ring. Mcl'nJ
den declared Ah Sam the winner.
The second bout was between two
native lads hailing from dlrfcrent
parts of town. One called himself
Young Uavld mid the other fellow
was Young Harry. When they en
tered the ring they probably had an
agreement not to hit too hnid. In the
vxiltcmcnt thev lost their heads and
the exhibition they put up had nny
lima iimncrs in imb eountiy faded.
Vi'ull, they created an abundance of
lull and put the crowd In a good ho
rror Jack Mcl-'udden worked ovoi
tluiu to get tho two to mix. Klrst
one fellow was on the Moor and. then
the other. They looked so much
ullku that Itefereo McKadden could
i.nt tell them apait, so was unable to
icmL'r n decision nt tho end of the
i-lxtli, nnd ho ordered nn extui round.
A draw vv'as a good decision.
a :: a
BASEBALL FARCE SATURMV
tine id the worst fun.es ever pulled
orf in loc .it baseball circles was hand
id Hie funs Satuidny nud una more af
fair of this kind will be the last null
lu the collln. The attendance at the
lull games has been fulling pit ttemllly
and J nit nun- is the time that the leamB
should lie cluing their titmo.it to put the
game hnk on Its icet, Theio Is an
exciting nnlsh on between three tcup.ii
and good minus should be out to see
Satuiilay the Datum weio to meet
Hie Knms In the Hint gume. When
1.1.1 p in. rolled mound there vveru
only live Oahu phijeiaou haul. Hamp
ton, Kl.i, Davis nml Vaunuttu were not
on deck About -::!U u couple uf play
cm turned up, but It was too late. Ac
cording to the rules of the game when
tlmo Is called tho team on hand Is to
take their position on tlio Held and
Ilium the hall uiouud for n certain
time. 'Iho Kuins tuuk their places on
the Held and licit Dowers, tlio uuiplie,
timed the in, Just for it Joko Sam Davis
look a bat and went to tlio plate uud
Juxt to cieiitci u 1 It t lu fun two other
Oahu lutlera faced Hunter. All this
time the Kama thought that the game
was on lly tlio tlmo thicu men weio
out Hie Uahus hud enough men to make
up a Iciiii, but one man was shy n stilt,
'I ho Kami saw it chance to piotest nml
ns tliej um especially ttrong lu this
line it was not overlcxikcil. 'the lad
was sent to the dreistug lunm for a
mil and soon showed up In u cap uud
shin Iteuter cl-ilmcd that It had tak
en ot pi u mliiuto to make tho change
and in the game was given to the
Knms Of course tliu Knms never ton
slilriid the crowd, who had paid llu lr
good tint cl coin to sou the game. All
the thought of was getting that game.
Well, there might bo glory lu winning
garni s lu this way but we fall to see It.
lioueis announced to the specimens
the irasou thut tho game was otT,
The Oiihus me cntliely to hhime foi
the tumble. They claimed rfhut they
nuclei mood 'Hint It Willi tho iseccinu
Ranio they weio to piny,' Tlio sihediilc
adopted said otheiwlso and theio lb
ohKiilulely no excuse) for them. Inas
much as Hie K.iiiis wrro all on hand the
Ouhus' excuse looks veiy shabby.
ir Hie playeit do not show luteren
enough to appear ut play how In tho
vvoihl do they expect that the peoplo
me to pay their good money to go to
m mmm stick
Aftcji- tec-lug the in inner In which
tlio (Ijliua gave tlio lliat B'"o to the
Knms Hie Colts became) discouraged
and plaed hall Just us they felt The
I'un.ilioiia and Knms were tied for til st
place and to tee a game deliberately
given to the Knms was enough to causa
nny team to ,;u In the air.
Kddle Desha wns on the hill for the
Tuns nnd had little success. He man
aged to get through the first Inning In
the proper manner, but when It came
lo the second the fireworks began
Seven safe blngles were scored off
Desha lu this one Inning nnd six runs
wero the result. Desha usually gives
the opposite side seven hits In a whole
game and sometimes not that many.
It wns not altogether tho hits thnt
were i ('sponsible for so many runs In
this spasm hut Dick Ahrens let one get
past him In center and to make things
worse Jack Williams diopped nn easy
lly at second.
Desha was hit hard In tho third and
fourth and tlin gavo way to Johnnie
Williams, who fared no belter than
lMdle. The Iteds had one of their bat
ting streaks nud there was no stopping
them. In flvo Innings they got ten
safe ones off Williams. In nil they hit
tor nineteen hlugtes nml registered
Tor eight Innings It looked ns thnugh
tho I'uns would be shut out, but In
the ninth they made a desperate effort
and succeeded In getting Kildle Dosha
unci Williams around the circuit on
four base hits and n couple or passes
Joy pitched good ball and only lu
the ninth was he hit hard
Following tells the story how the
Colts were snowed under:
11. A. C.
ah it nn sn o a r.
Hn'Suc 3b 4 2 3 2 0 4 U
!:. rerunudez, If. .0 1 3 1 3 U u
J. Williams, 2b. ..5 1 1 0 1 2 1
I-otlls, rf G 2 3 1 2 1 0
Avlctt, cf r. 2 2 0 2 U U
Joy, p S 2 4 U U U U
A. Williams, SB. ..R 0 0 U 0 1 il
llruns, lb r 1 2 1 12 0 0
Soares. c. 5 2 12 7 2 0
Totals 45 13 19 7 210 1
All It III! 311 O A i:
0. I'CAlia, If 4 0 0 II 1 0 II
J. Desha, ss 4 0 0 0 3 I U
K. Deshn. p 4 12 112 0
Williams, 2h 4 1 1 0 U 3 1
Me) or, 3h 2 0 1 0 2 U 1
Ahrens, ef I 0 1 II 1 (I 1
Marcalllno, lb ...4 0 1 0 1 1
I.o On, rf I 0 0 0 2 2 II
McCorrlston. e. ...I o 1 1 8 2 o
....31 2 7
II. A. C.
27 14 4
1 2 3 4 6 6 7 S
Huns 0 C 0 0 2 3 1 1
II. 11 0 7 1 1 3 .1 2 I
1 2 3 I K 0 7 S
Ituns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
II. II 0 0 2 10 0 0 0
Two-base litis K. I)C3ha, J.
Tluee-base hits Aylett, Joy 3
Home run Kn Sue.
llasn on balls Joy 2, Desha 1,
l'nssed halls McCorrlston, 2.
Struck out Joy 9, Desha 2,
Double plays l-niils, limns,
For the second time this series the
nutchers took the Diamonds Into camp
nml administered to them a sound
drubbing. In the two games played It
can easily be seen Hint tho llutchers
aro the superior team nud It Is dun to
their heavy hitting nnd supoilor bat
tery work. There Is no way lu getting
uwuy from II, thut boy Ittishnell can
piteli sumo hall.
To make a long story short Hill Chill
went In the air In tho very second
spasm and allowed the meat men to
ill op three safe blngles, each counting
for u score. And that awful sixth,
when passes were dished up to the
Mets lu bunches and tho running
llutchers did not stop until they hnd
four men ucross tho rubber. It was
certainly an off day for 111 1 1 and his
good work of tho past was somewhat
shuttered by the exhibition ha gave.
Tho Mets Indulged In soma real tin ret
slugging and tho way Kuhlna, llusli
nell. Lulling, Walker and some of the
other llutchers smote the sphere wus
When tho fireworks had finished tho
Met hud piled up 10 inn against tlio
And Ibis Is how they did It:
All It 1111 HU O A K
Harris, 2b S 1 1 o 4 1 0
Ayau, If. 4 0 0 1 o u 0
Dixon, 3h 5 10 0 2 0:.
Almos, cf. 2 1 0 2 1 0 0
Kuhlna, lb 4 1 3 0 S 1 0
llushiull, p 4 110 14 1
I ai n lug, e 4 3 1 2 10 3 U
Wnlker, rf 3 2 2 3 1 0 2
Amoy, ss 3 0 U 3 0 1 0
Totals XI 10 8 11 27
All It llll HI) O
W. Desha. If 2 0 0 2 0
lion era, ef 4 0 1 u 2
I). Desha, rf.-2b. ..4 0 1 1 2
Moore, 2b 2 1 1 0 0
Crowes, rf 2 1 1 0 2
3. Chllllngw'th, ss4 0 1 0 0
W. Chllllugp'lh, )i2 0 0 0 0
Alunui, III) 4 0 2 0 .1
Moses, e 3 1 0 0 8
Soper, lb 4 1 1 0 7
Totals 31 4 8 3 24 12 7
12345 G 78!)
Huns 0 3 0 10 4 2 0 10
11. II U 3001220 8
Huns 0 001012004
II. II 1 0 0 2 0 12 118
Two-bane hit Knlilna 2.
TInee-bjKii hlls Ilushuell, Lulling,
Sueilllce hits W. Dosha, W. Cliil
llngwoitli. Hnie on halls OtT Ilushuell 2, W.
Struck out lluBlinell 7, W ;iillliis.
lilt by pitcher Moses, Wulkrr.
Wild pitch W. Chllllngwortli 1.
Left on bases .Metropolitans ei, Din
inouil Heads, 5.
Time of game 1 hour 19 minutes.
I'mnlro lllll Hampton.
Scorer N, Jackfcon.
The second game, between the Alo
has and I.usltanas, furnlihed the most
exciting finish that has been seen In
the Winter Lrgue this season. With
Hie seoie standing fi to 2 In favor of
the Portuguese lads the Alohas came
to the bat In the ninth and scored two
runs one more would havo tied Um
In the ninth Kreltas allowed three
passes. De Krles, Kahaulello and
Aynu nil walked and then n wll i pitch
let Do Krles ncrnss the pan Juniih
mniiaged to drop a safe one nnd Kn
lnuli'lki came home. Hardee gut safe
to first and only one out. IL certainly
looked bad for the U A. C.s. and Just
thltikt lloopl came to the bat, but all
he could do was tu pop lo third, ami
then Towuseuel (lew to r.rsi and the
curtain fell on the ninth net tint wnj
certainly n warm one. Kreltas wns re
lieved lu the ninth by Itodrl.tuos an I
the change) piobably saved the day, as
Treltas was I lithe air.
Smiling Mike Hardee pitched good
ball and but four lilts were registered
against htm. This game was one of
the best seen on Sunday.
AM tl 1)11 SU O A C
II. Freltns, rf 2 1 1 2 1 o u
Medelros, cf 2 1 0 1 1 0 0
M. II. Kreltas. 3b. .4 0 0 0 2 0 U
Souza. 21). ., 4 0 1 1 1 C 1
I'lmentnl, lb 3 1 o 1 12 0 0
Sebastian, e 3 0 0 18 10
Martin, ss 3 0 0 0 1 3 1
Fernandez, If 4 1 1 1 1 U 0
F. Kreltas. 1 4 1 1 0 0 3 U
Itudrlcucs, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 29 r. 4 72G 13 3
'Ayau out, bunting, three strikes.
AH II III! SI) O A K
Aynu, ss 4 0 1 1 1 r. 1
.lounh, c 4 0 1 1 ti 1 U
Hardee, p fi 0 1 0 0 li 0
Hooptl, rf C 0 10 10 0
Townsend, lb 5 1 0 0 11 1 1
Hums. cf. 4 112 4 0 1
Do Krles, 3b 2 1 0 1 1 1 u
Larsen, If 4 0 0 2 0 0 U
Kahaulello, 2b. ...3 1 1 0 3 2 0
Total 3C 4 C 7 27 16 3
Ituns 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 r
II. II 0 0012000 14
1 2 3 4 C G 7 8 U
Huns 0 0020000 24
II. II 1 0 1 0 1 (I 1 1 1 tf
Sncrlflce hlls Meddros 2. Martin 1.
Ilnse on lulls Off F. Freltas C.
Struck out Freltas C, Hardee fi.
Hit by pitcher II. Freltns 2.
I'assed balls Jonah 3, Sebastian 2.
Wild pltch-K. Freltas 1. Hardee 1.
Left on bases Lusltants 4, Alohu.-i
Double ph)s Souza-Martln-I'lmcn-tnl,
Time of game 1 hour 30 minutes."
Umpire lllll Hampton.
Scorer N. Jackson.
At Anla l'ark:
C. A. C. 11; J. A. C, 4.
l'alamns, S; C. Alohas, fi.
Ilauhiuls, 13; Knmaniiwals, 12.
Miituals, 17; Klluhnnns, lo.
STANDING OF LEAQUES
l W. I..
ICnmelianielias ... 7 fi 2
HonoluliiB 8 S 3
l'tinnhous 7 4 3
Oahus 8 3 S
Millies 4 0 4
f. w. i.
Metropolitans .... 7 G 1
Diamond Heads ..7 4 3
I.ueltnnns 7 3 4
twilights 7 2 5
Alohas 8 3 S
Chinese Athletics . 8 7
1'iilamus 7 G
Japanese Athletics 7 3
Chinese Alohas ..7 1
Haw. Independents 7 1
.Miituals 3 3
Kilohauas 3 1
C. Atlileilcs II ... 2 1
Kanianiiwnls .... 3 1
New Vorks 2 1
Ilaulanls 3 2
S. Cntt e J. flrossc, b Uiotvn 4
II. Anderson e- Ueurilmure, b Hath. U
15. r. Uenrdmore h Drown 2
li. L. Wltnliigtou h IIiovmi ii
W. Cooper h Ilrowli 0
II. Klnslen, C. II. Crosse, h llnth. 2
L. WltliliiKte.il (Capt.), not out ... 15
W. Drown, not out 50
T. dill b Anderson , 5
J. (Irosse (Capu), b lieurdinorn ... HI
J. A. Hath o Ileal ilinore, b Catt ... 0
!. Witlilngtoii e Cooper, h Hoard
II, (Irosso, not out G
J. M, Tucker, l tin. out 2
Kxtias '. :t
O. M. It. W.
W. Drown S 0 42 4
1'. (llll 3 0 110
Hath 5 0 18 2
O. M. It. W.
It. Anderson 0 0 34 1
S. Catt 9 0 31 1
II. P. Ileurdmoia ...8 0 31 2
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