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JIMMY BRITT IN
"HAS BEEN" LIST
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, April 13.
"Packey" MeFarland disposed ot
Jimmy in lit In the ring at Mission
itroet arena cstenln afternoon so
milckty and so cleverly as to stamp1
hint ono of the wrold's greatest fight-
ers. He outclassed llrltt
I) In ever) department
as to chow him up as only tho'
wraith of the onto di.shlng lighter,1
who beat Fiank Kme, Kid l.nvlgnc,
Willie Fitzgerald, Jabez White, Mar
tin Canute and other stais ot tho
Thn end c.imo after 2 minutes and
23 seconds' lighting In tho sixth '
omul. The practical end of the
light came at the finish of the fourth
i omul, when llrltt was lying help-
loss on thc floor of the ling, llcforo
i.. r..n ,.... i ..ii..... t i.. ii.-'un
IHU Hill i" KIUUU1 unworn ,.,..... ii.u,
f nnnnulint it. I ulna It nil nl ti tierwl tlin
"""' ""''" "iiflnT
gong bounded tho end of thc round j
and llrltpivsecondH rushed In and
carrloil him to his comer. I
It needed no cjo or an expert to
roc that llrltt had .cached the limit ,"' "" ', I A, m
Juno 28" CI' lie Neary, w.
of his strength, and It was only tojAB 2 , ,1y vnnger, k.
show ho was game under punishment
that thero was mo reason for allow-
lug thc fight to proceed. Tho ic-
malnder of the light had none of tho
spirit of real lonipclltiim In It,
llrltt proved but a to) In the hands J
of l.U ilevcr joung opiionent
n,i. P,, J,l I
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iiiuiu wilt iiiii'imu v witviiitiu in
ll.ltt's corncrvdurlng tho Intcnnl
between thc fourth and llfth rounds
llrllt recuporatcl fairly well and
both his father and brother were ml
lslng him Brother Wllllo secured
the siioncc f i Din the water bucket lu
tho corner, and mine thought ho was
prepirlng to toss It Into tho ling 'u .
k.ino his brother unnecessary punish-1
merit. He did not do bo, howeicr.j
Whenever Jimmy came near him ho
tossed the water on him Menu land i
lushed Ililtt around tho ring and
staggeied him several times with
hard lights to tho Jaw llrltt weath-
crcil this .otiiid, but It was evident
he could not go ninth farther.
Tho sixth opened with Mel'arhui'1
nleit and conlldent, and ho seemed
only waiting tho chanco to send In
thc blow which would end the tin-
enunl struggle llrltt tried a right
for tho body, but missed and got a
hard left to tho head. McParlanil (
followed this with a right to lie id
and then landed a bard right upper-,
cut llrltt went down from a i Crs In tho race. Tho launch of tlio!1""' """ ''"" supremacy In spoit
stialght tight to the Jaw and tooS I jntlit Hawaii, tho Teirltorlal rcpro- presentation at that time. Maul Is
the count ot seven Ills rather, who scntatlve, which will take place making n bid for the horses, and Hllo
had been watching the wa tho flglu shortly, will bo ono of tho most en-' prcbents an elaborate prognni. Fol
wns going, Jumped Into tho ring, In- thiislnstlc hnpponlngs for tho past lowing Is tho Hllo progrnm for tho
('lining in siop uiu snuggle rigui
there. Until flghteis and tho rcfcieo
were, in 1110 opposuo coiner 01 me
ring, and Mel arland and Welsh din
not know of the pretence of the filth-
er, which was an Infraction ot tho
uilcs of fighting
Spider Kolly restinlned tho cblor
llrltt and Jimmy staggered to his
feet He had lost alb senso of lota-
Hon and was an easy target Tor tho
blows or Mir.uland Tho latter lanl-
cd nnnther light to tho Jaw and
llrltt.Mnk again to thc padded floor.
lie could baldly have regained his
reet before the count of 10, but bo-
foro this time was up tho fnthor had
rushed In and helped to cany his
defeated ton to his coiner. Willi,
Dim wim uuLuiibeiuus lur a iow mil-
mcutB he recovered quickly and was
fiill) conscious by the tlmo ho icath-
cd his coiner '
Clearly Outclassed I
Tho light was a disappointment to
the friends of llrltt. as bo was out-
clashed In every ilepaitment of the
game In McParlanil ho found a
joung opponent who seems to havo
nothing to leatn In tho boxing gaiiio.
Ho hits with equal futility with each
nana, and, (ontiary io many leporis
frgm tho east, there is muth power
behind Ills blows, 116 uses straight
punthes exclusively and inndo a
show of Ililtt, who seemed to havo
nothing but wild swings In his tol-
lection llrltt was foolish lu enrrj-
lug tho fight to Mcrarland, as bj mi
doirg ho plajed Into tho latter's
hands. Tcrarland hardly made an
effort to light dining tho Hist two
lounds, being content to let Ililtt
show what he had It was evident
McFnrldiid, had ho.nd of Hint's won-
deirul loft lip ror the body, and he
had a vvlioleMime Respect for this
blow until ho round thero was no
sting In It. . I
From Jlel'ai kind's showing j esteil
d.o thuio mu but two men whl
stnnil between litm nnd' the llght-
"eight championship of tlio woild.
lTh "rst ,,r th,c? '" """""if e,onf
.,, m, )oo McKnrInna lms
dlscreetlj said that he does not wart
to meet (ians this jc.ir. He Is only
s hopeless- 1 cais of age and In less than a
7, ' ,!j)r will hiito grown Into a much
of tho game .
,m.ro r..i,i.,i,in iiiri.inr ti,n i, i.
t thc ,,rcgct time
PACKEV AI'FilAi'S RECORD
Tho following statement of, tho
record of Pnckey MeFarland. who Is
regarded as the coming lightweight
champion, will bo of Interest to fol-
owcrs or tie game:
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Ago ;o neigni, .1 icei a inencs;
wcnlltp 133 ouml, Mcrarland won
nll ,H rights. 33 In number, each by
a knockout. In Tour lounds or less,
to Dec .11. 1U0G. Since then
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I'ucUes s irconl Is as follows:
, , , a
re) 20 st(,u, K,lncy w
Mar. 2 Jlinni) I'.calln, k 2
Mar. 12 .loo Gllllgan, k 3
Alr. lG- ''' Oiodnmn, w.
Hln in. M..it A... Cuntf
Oct. 10. ,loe Oalllgan, k. . . .
Oct. 23. Kid Goodman, w lu
Nov 21 Kid Ileiman, no deel-
slon 16 '
Jan. 2 licit Kejs, w
Jim, 2T,. Young laugher), w.
Mar. 21: rrcddle Welch, w ,,
Apr. 11 llinnile llrltt, w
ti a t:
It Is an old sajlng that to get tlio
i nows of the town "go abroad," anil
the following clipping shows that
wll0 W(J nrp focally ,.. t)l0 com.
.K Trnns-P.icinc Yacht Itacc creates
Interest abroad, following Is the
statement.' which Is both newsy and
"Word has been received In San
Ki.mclsco Hint Sir Thomas Upton
will present a cup as a trophy for
the Trans-Pnclllc Yacht ltacc, whlcli
leaves San Pedro for Honolulu on
jlmo n.; Sir Thomas has nqulied
as to tho conditions of tho race nnd
,,. Intciested In It. Ills decl-
hum u, Kc tho trophy Is entirely
voluntary on his part and ho has
sl.iled thnt tho tup will bo ono or tlio
tnost hundsomo over offered for a
j,,,t mcc. Hntiy blanks for tho
race have been received here, flllel
i n,i forwarded to San Pedro, hat-
est advices from Lcm Angeles stato
tml there will bo at least six stait -
rcw jeafs. Already standing space
s ut a premium nnd OYturslons will
0 ,UI1 f10m ti,er islands In order to
Khe nB lnlfny ns ,,03Siu0 thanco io
witness tho launching ot Hawaii'? ru-
Already considerable wagering on
the rnce has taken place. A wel1-
,w local capitalist has bet 1,00()
nn tho Hawaii against the fiold and
,, j4000 moro which he Is willing
to bet on the bame conditions. Sev-
Cral other largo bets havo been ro-
corie,i tne rnco nm, sjndlcato of
()U, Hgar ,on Is being fonned to
PCI1I iJnci(K for a local bet to tho
nnioiint of S2E.O00 to Snn Prnnelsro.
Seattle, !.os Angeles and Victoria, to
, covered by tanclcrs of tho other)
j achts entered.
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GARDNER A HARD ONE
l-"s Angoles, Cnl , "April 10. Jlm-
my (lurdner must bo a tough propo-
sltlmi Hn nml iinrrv ii .,.
matched to fight 2B rounds boforoi"".'1 one-clBhtn' frco 'nr nil;
Jeffries' now club on tho opening i1,
night, April 23d. I.owls wlthdicwt C Illr"nco ""cklng contest; fiist
fiom (ho match. Unk Husscll was 1"'ze' ''0,
substituted. Today hothiow tin tho' 7 IIlllf "'"o.. Hawaiian bred mal-
iIaiiui flt,ot imlnn I1AA
matLli UU Twin Is l.nm nml i,.."" "" i""-u' "
been offered tho match. lo, too,
teems to balkAbut will deildo tomni-
jj tt :
New Yoik, N Y Apill 10. Tho
old America's cup defender Vigilant ,
will bo put In commission this sum-
mei nnd raced by William E. Isolln.
Tho famous j.icht Is now laid up high '
and dry on the beach of (Jardiuei's
hay at Greenpoit, L I, but woik ot
uncoveilng her nml fitting hor outl
will begin shoitl She will bo put
overboard the mlddlo of May. ,
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Bulletin Business Office Phnim !Sn
BuIIstin Editoiial Room Phone 185.
mm Clip BY (ABLE
The first cricket game suggested
by cablo ever to be plajcd In tho Ha
waiian Islands will probably bo pull
ed off hero on the 20th InEt., or
within n few das later, when tho
Aornngl arrlcs In port, In accord
ance with a wlro received' hero by
Theo. Davles & Co. yesterday from
Captain Phillips of tho Aorangl. The
message came from Suva, suggesting
a cricket match. ,
It Is thought that the occasion of
the match Is due to the Mnrylcboiie
CrlcUct Club lcnm blng aloaT,A .tlle
l.nn Th. tnnm lttia Ittat Iniirml Alia.
""", " "" ' ' ' ,.
n' " ,s rcu.rn.ng . o no u way
" the States so that It Is thought
probable that It Is on tho Aornngl
tralla, and Is returning home by way
probable that It Is on tho Aornngl
ltl.nl t .Ino.,... fa i . . rr I f t I. n
UUUVI I itiiucioiiii in .i . Miifaiutt iiu
nffnlr locally and will have cvciy
thing ready for thc entertainment ot
The competition with the M. C. (',
team, which Is a good one In spite of
having lost n majority of test match-
es In Australia, should prove of ben-
cflt to the local cricketers In tho
b i "'""s" i"J '"" ""
it n u
FUIBB 0RCAN1ZE LEAdUE
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looted its organization last nigni at
a meeting held In the loot garden ot
the 'Voting Hotel, offlccrB being clect-
on. constitution ami uy-iaws nuop-
ted, anil business transacted, i lie
ofllcers elected were: George Hon
shall, picsldent; W. It. Fnrrlngton,
vlco president; IM Towse, secretary;
and J V. W. Ilrewstcr, treasurer and
The membors or tlio league, as it
now stands, nro tho Stnrs, Hullo-
tins, Advertisers, Paradise ot the
Pacifies, and Mercantile Printing Co.
(j. The league scafcon will open on May
lflth and close on July 19th. Two
games are to be plajcd on thc open
ing day: the Stars crossing bats with
the Advertise! 8, and tho Hullo
tins and McrcnntilcH alto tossing
Among tho rules, which protect
tho character and class of tho league,
arc those that no regular league play
j ers. will bo allowed to compete, and
no paper may cittcr any of Its car-
' rlors In a nine.
Tho generous offer of Sam Cbll-
llngworth to liandlo tho IndlcnDr
throughout the schedule was accept
ed. Votes or thanks wcro passed to C,
V Chllllngworth nnd W. H. Hoogs
for gifts of medals; to Alexander
Young fori the use or the hotel, and
to J. W. V. Ilrowstcr tor his hard
and dlslntciesteil work,ln organizing
the league. Tht'band will play at
the 111 it game
HILQ RACES ON THE FOURTH
The Hllo Fourth of July program,
Just announced, ludlcntcs that theio
lwl" u0 'l""0 "
rhnlrj bctweou Maul
-id or July and tho Glorious Fourth;
rather early, It Is truo, but offering
'l Preliminary roping contest.
2 Plvo furlongs, frco-for-all; 1st
3 Cowbojs" rolay race, ono mile;
first prize, $25.
1 Merchants' Stakes, ono mile,
Hawaiian bred; 111 at prize, SHOO.
B Pig-roping; prize, tho pig.
G Stake line, for Japanese hoises.
7 Thrco-clghtlis mllo dnsh, llst
wullan bred; Mist prize, sisu.
1 Plvo furlongs, rroo for all; first
2 Hoping contest finals, first sec
tion; prizos, Sino, $!i0, 2r.
3 Six furlongs, Hawaiian hied;
first prize, $200.
4 Roping conteH finals, second
5 Merchants' Stakes, ono nulo
8 Ono mllo Jnnancso nice: first
9 Wild Bteer riding; first prize,
10 Throo-clghths mllo rnco, nam
ed hoibos (Phillip, Dofendcr, llaclno
Muipliy) weight for ago; Hawaiian
,)rels cntchwcltJhtsj first prize, J1G0,
U Six rurlongs, rice ror all;
"rst pilze, J250.
12 Ono mile lunns' race, each
man to llde his own liaises; first
in tzo. S50.
13 -liueklng race; ill st prize, $2G.
In all running i aces theio must bo
four to enter and threo to stait.
The ontrnnco feo in tho running
laces will lm ten -per cent, of the
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
WIDTS in B,ack and white soft
JlEilJ, guaranteed Taffeta, Voiles,
"" Panamas, etc.
New Lingerie Gowns
Attell Wins Again
SIIATTM:, Wash., Apill 20. bo Attell knocked out IJcldlo Kelly
lh tho feathorwolght clianiploiishlp fight here tonight
Untiles close June 2l.
In the roping contest the four best
wipers on the first day will contest
tho tlnnls on tho second day.
The three-eighths mllo race on tho
first day has been put on the pio
gram with n view to getting the en
tiles of some ot the Honolulu match
Theio Is talk of n wrestling match
toon to bo consummated between
Sailor Roberts nnd Mltsukn, tho Jap
anese, strong man. Mltsukn and his
trainer wero on hand after the Hob-cits-Kannc
match at tho Orphcum,
In conference with Hans rroclcchor,
sailor's manager, but K. Ono, the
other manager necessary for tho con
ference, failed to airlve, and noth
ing was done.
n n ::
At 3:31) o'clock this afternoon,
nines from Oaliu College nnd St.
I-t)tila College will piny ball on the
Punnhou campus. Tho line-up of
the St. I.outs nine will bo ns follows:
Jqj Clemens, cj Win. Esplndn, p; A
Drelcr, Jr.. Hi; 11. English, 2b; K.
Ilonan, 3b; V. Avail, ss; Win. lloo
pal, if; I). Arcla, ct; 1). Maikham,
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At ono of tho biggest meetings of
the associated students ever held for
the annual nomination of ofllcers at
the University of California, In llai
mon Gymnasium on April 10th,
Ralph Polmme Meirltt, secietnr to
tho picsldent of tho Universlt, was
named for tlio covotcd position ot
graduate manager of athletics,
WH0IK FONT MMli A I
Sporting Editor It u 1 I o 1 1 n : -The
UW Typo Ilaselull League will
havo a special mooting nt r this day
on tho Young Hoof garden. Ho thcic.
Iloostor llrowster's bothers "been be- i
gin" Tho 'Tlser agltatois have j
beon busy. I
. EU TOWSE, I
Hats Flower and Ribbons
Just received the latest and most
up-to-date styles and shapes.
We are also showing a new line
of Black Voil Skirts, these are
right from the factory and are
chip and natty.
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Theio will bu a public bind conceit
this oveulng nt Thomas Sipiaro at
7.30 o'clock Following Is tho plo
I PAUT I.
Maich "llersaglleil" ... Ellenbcrg
j Overture "Spilngllmo" Hlggo
i liitoriiio77o "Glow-Worm" .... l.lnko
i Selection "Neapolitan Ails". Godfrey
Vocal Hawaiian Fonp,s.nr. by Ilcrg'M
i Selection "I'ldd'o do dec". Stlomli3ig
Hondo "Loralnn' tl ieiiuo.4t).uiiiei
Mnrch "Vienna" Scbrimol
"Tho Star Spangled Danuer."
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lllgbon: What aro jou going to
nanio jour new baby?
Wagson: Slio howls so milch at
night that wo'ic going to tall her
Cj clou In. '
Honolulu has well cialned the reDU-
tatlon of being a clain city, Thc only
way we can maintain same Is by keep
Inn at work.
Mi. Stubb. Yes, my dear, I am
going off on a trip and I shall scud
jou a souvenir postal card fiom ev
ery place. I stop
Mis Stubb' Ei John, would It
niako any dlffercuco If Instead of sou
venli postal cards ou inudo it sou
venir postal money orders?
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