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EVEN1N0 DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. 1908.
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In 4th Round
Knocks Patton Cold
In til c fourth round of n scheduled
26-rotinil context at luclopemleiico
Hull laht evening, Sililossberg of tlio
l S. S. New Jersey Knocked out Mllfo
l'.ilton of local funic, after u bout
which ilcnionstrntoil limply tlio dif
ference between n merely clover man
mid tin nggrcsslvo boxer. Schlo$3-
liors, IiIr. heavy, strong ns nn ox, but
nwUwnul, forced IMtton, the nifty,
around tlio ling, fought him Into tho
ropes, walloped him with rights and
lefts, fought tho slomnch out of him,
Jnbbcd his wind to pieces, and then
laid him out cold with the classic
right swing to the jaw.
This was tho main event of tho
tntd which was picbcntcd by Jack
To start the fun, Sailor Hobcits
went on the mat with K.iber of tho
U. S. S. Virginia, winning In two
straight falls of boven and two min
utes and forty seconds' duration re
spectively. Hut later in the evening,
when ltobcrts tnthlcd Chnrlcsworth
of tho New Jctbcy, ho found his
match. Though Chnilcsworth wns
much lighter than Uobcits, tho Iro
quois man could not get him over
and down, and after 42 minutes nnd
iin bcconds of fruitless effort, during
most of which time tho ndvantago
was with him, ltobcrts gavo It up.
and quit tho match cold.
Tho second event on tho calendar
was a C-round bout between 11111
Ilulhul nnd Prcndcrgnst of tho U. 3.
S. New Jersey. Illll showed that ho
had not lost his old-time cleverness,
though ho was fought oft his feet
and badly punished by tho other. The
decision went to tho sailor.
As they stepped into tho ring,
Prcndcrgast looked n little, tho heav
ier, though he Is In tho lightweight
class. Ho started things off nicely,
though Illll looked fairly well nblo to
take care of himself. Prcndcrgast
displayed n rlgh cross counter, which
ho used to good ndvantago all
through tho affair. lie also worked
Hill's libs up n good deal.
In tho second round Ilulhui came
up stronger. Prcndcrgast shot In a
left to tho body, followed by a Jab to
the faco. He was not finding Hulhul
easily. Itefereo McFnddcn warned
him for hitting in clinches, us they
wcro fighting clcnn-bicnk rules. Hul
hul shot his right over to tho jaw.
l'icnderg.ist Bcored with a loft to tho
car, and Hulhul countered with a
right cross to tho Jaw, followed by a
left straight to tho other sldo of tho
sailor's face. Thoy mixed It. As
they camo out of tho closo fighting,
In which tho sailor had tho best of it,
Hill put in another right cioss, just
ns tho gong sounded.
Honors In tho second round weie
M the start of tho third both miss
ed swings nnd mixed It. Then I'rcn-
dcignst rushed, nnd sent Illll retreat
ing around tlio ring, putting n hard
light swing to his jaw. Prendergnbt
hooked his right to tho ribs. Follow
ing up with his rushing tactics, ho
foiccd his man around tho arena with
n volley of rights and lefts to faco
nnd body. Hulhul ducked and stall
ed, weathering tho storm with ilifll
culty. Prendergust sent n clashing
left to tho Jaw, and then fought
Hulhul Into tho topes with a volley
of blows. It looked llko n Knockout.
Hulhul ducked nnd covered, and tho
round closed ns Prendergust shot in a
stiff left to tho face,
Coining up at tho tap of tho gong
In tho fourth, both missed two wldo
swings. Then Prendergast put right
and left to tho head. Illll landed with
a light to tho head and uppercut to
tho heart, but tho blows lacked
steam, nnd Prendergast laughed nt
him, Tho sailor missed an uppercut
to the midsection, but Immediately
put a stiff right hoolc on tho Juw.
Hoth men wero bleeding nt this stngo
of the game. Hulhul clinched to snvo
himself. Ho was too clever in his
stalling, nnd Prendergast tiled Inef
fectually for a knockout. Tho Jacklo
landed on tho faco with a haid loft
drive, nnd lipped Dill In tho body
with n slinging right uppercut Just
us tho gong Bounded.
Hulhul started tho fifth round
backing nwny us fast ns possible.
1'lcndeig.u.t followed, shooting In
two lofts to tho body in inpid suc
cession. His attentions to Hill's mid-
tectlon hud him badly bothcied. In
TACKLES A TARTAR
rapid succession, Prcndcrgnst put In
n left to tho jaw, another to tho body,
and a right lined; to the heart, follow
ed by two hwlft lefts to tho jaw, and
a right swing to the same spot, which
floored Hulhul. Ho took tho count.
Tho sailor boy missed n well-meant
left swing, nnd Hulhul stalled out
Prendergast niado a desperate try
for n knockout In the sixth and last
round. Hoth missed the first passes,
and then Prendergast put a straight
left to the body. Hulhul met his
face lightly with n left Jnb. Prcn
dcrgast kept jabbing, until he found
a chance, nnd shot In right and left
to the Jaw, nnd another left, nnd a
punishing light hook. Hulhul was
on tho tun. Illll appeared stronger
for n while, but wns quickly floored
by right and left to tho corner of his
Jaw. Ho took tho count and had
barely staggered to his feet when
tho gong sounded, saving him, it
seemed; from a certain knockout.
Hefereo Jlcr.idden held up Pren
dcrgnst's nrm, declaring him tho win
ner. Three cheers wcro given for tho
sailor by the Jackies who filled tho
Hound 1 They spar for an ad
vantage. Patton Jabbed his left to
tho fnco. Schlossberg followed with
n left swing to tho Jaw. Ho put a
right cross to tho car. Tho sailor
found Patton's wind with two left
hooks. lie Jabbed his left to tho face
nnd followed with n stiff hook to tho
J.iw. Patton was covering up for tho
most part. Schlossberg tried n wido
swing and missed by a foot. Ho put
a light one Into tho solar plexus as
tho gong sounded.
Round 2 Patton Jabbed In a Bhort
left. Schlossberg wns fighting for
the wind all through. Ho Jabbed to
tho Jaw. Schlossberg closed In, and
swung right nnd left to tho Jaw, Pat
ton countering with a right smash
to tho kidneys. Schlossberg followed
his man relentlessly, presently put
ting n right hook with oceans ol
steam Into Patton's i lbs. They mix
ed, the local man getting punished
severely. Tho sailor missed n vicious
swing, tin owing hlniholf off his feet.
Ho put a loft to tho pit of tho stom
ach, and then tho mon exchanged
lefts. Patton found tho sailor's wind
nnd Schlossberg countcicd with n left
to tho Jaw.
Hound 3 Patton hooked his right
to tho faco. Schlossberg swung his
left to tho Jaw. Patton shot his loft
straight to Schlossbcrg's chin, and
ducked a counter. Schlossberg lush
ed In, shooting two lefts to tho fnco
In rapid succession, nnd fighting Pat
ton through tho ropes with a rain of
blows to tho faco nnd body. Patton
covered up. Schlossberg was boring
In all tho time, fighting for Mlko's
wind. Patton put In two tippcrcuts
to thu hem t, but ho was not strong
enough to punish. Schlossberg con
tlmi'illy Jabbed to the stomach, and
closed tho round lighting tho life out
of his opponent's midsection.
Hound 1 Schlossberg sprnng from
his comer nt tho tup of the gong,
nnd rushed Pat Am olf his feet nnd
through tho ropes. Ho put over a
hard loft to the fuce, nnd Patton went
to tho floor under a lunging right
swing which found tho point of his
chin. Ho tried to llso nt tho count
of nine, but failed, rolling over,
Tho second gamo of polo, between
,tcama from Kauai and from Onhu,
will bo played at Kaplolant Park this
afternoon, beginning nt 3 o'clock.
Lust .Monday, tho Kauai team won,
by a score of G 3-4 to 1, In a match
which was marked by somo very nlco
Tho teams will lino up:
Kauai A. Itlce, No. lj J. Mnllna,
No. 2 j C. A. Rice, No. 3; C. S. Hole,
Oahu Geo. Angus, No. lj O, P
Donlson, No. 2; Walter Dillingham.
No. 3; J. Fleming, No. 4.
Tho calabash which Is to bn given
us a trophy is today on exhibition In
V.. O. Hnll & Son's window.
The Wo.kly Edition of the evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news of tlio dy.
Saccessfnl Goes On
Closing Night At
The last of the BhowB nt tho Fish
market wiib given last evening, bo
foro one ot thu largest crowds which
has yet assembled In this place of
athletic amusement, which has been
deservedly popular during the time It
tins been so capably managed by
Paddy. Ilyan, chairman of tho com
mlttco In chnrgc. Two draws and a
go which was stopped in tho second
round were tho order of tho evening.
Howo nnd Tillman of tho Connecti
cut, two colored boxers, going nt 133
pounds, furnished tho first bout of
tho evening. They fought fast, but
did not linvo much of tho punishing
power. Tllman had tho better of It,
ns he was tho cleaner scrapper, but
both men wcro on their feet at tho
end of the bIx rounds of milling, nnd,
according to tho rulo which holds nt
tho Fisbmarket, tho bout was declar
ed u draw.
Fredericks of tho Illinois nnd Den
nett of tho Kansas, boxing nt tho
featherweight limit, did tho most
real scrapping which has been seen
nt this stand of athletic amusement.
Tho former started thlpgs off llko ho
meant business. In tho Mist round,
Dennett went to tho floor for n llttlo
while, on tho strength of n Bpeedy
left to tho point. He managed to
Btny with tho mill during tho remain
der of tho round, but wns palpably
distressed when tho gong sounded
nnd he went to his corner. Almost
ns soon ns tho next round started,
Fredericks got homo n hnrd right to
tho face, which sent Dennett down.
There seemed to bo every prospect of
a knockout very Bhortly, nnd Ryan,
who was rcfereelng the bout, stopped
It then nnd there, giving tho honois
Tho main event, between Soldlurs
Murphy nnd Plntt, was n draw, slnco
It went tho limit, though Murphy
had tho better of It on points, and
would piobnbly have been given tho
fight, had It not been agreed to call
It n draw It both stayed In tho ring.
Paddy Ryan refcreed.
Murphy had. nil tho better of It
through the opening rounds, though
Plntt fought buck In better form ns
tho fight went on. In fact, ho had
Murphy down In tho sixth round.
Murphy was fighting carelessly, get
ting nil tho better of It, when his fnco
connected with n steaming left, nnd
ho bumped tho boards.
This closes n very successful lino
of entertainments, which reflect tho
greatest credit on Chairman Ryan
and on A. L. C. Atkinson, tho chair
man of tho Sports Committee.
Missouri went to awful, disastrous
nnd riotous defeat yesterday aftor
noon in n gamo of ball which de
serves to llvo In history us tho veiy
worst which hns over been played In
Honolulu. Tho team from tho U. S.
S. Missouri wont up against a picked
nlno ot tho Rlversldo Lcnguo at Aala
yesterday, with tho awful result of
19 to 3.
Duckets of boor not blood flow
ed on tho field. After the third Inn
ing, when tho score stood G to 3, tho
sallois lost their grip of things, and
in tho 4 th tho Aula men plied up 13
urns. Thnt ended 't. Tho sailors
called It off.
Scoro by Innings:
12 3 4
Picked Nine 4 1 1 13 19
Mlssourls 1 0 2 0 3
The nines wore us follows:
Mlssouils C. II, Hullmnn, 2b; SI.
A. Stone, lb; P. O. Johnson, c; Wnr
nor, ss; O'Hara, p; M. C, Knlg, rf;
Stephens, If; Flnnnery, cf; Kelloy,
River sldo Lcnguo Picked Nino -Wllllo
Esplnda, pj Joo Kulcnla, c;
Aknnn, lb; Kupn, ss; Ross, 3b; Ta
bu, 2b; Charlie, cf; Sam Hop, If;
Chas, Clelmeax, rt,
Summary. Two-baso hits: Aknnn,
Esplnda, Kalema, Warner, Stephens,
Tnhu, Kupa. Thrco-baso hit: Kupn.
Homo run: Charlie Wild pitch:
O'Hara, Esplnda. Hases on balls: Off
O'llura, 5; off Esplnda, 1. Sacrlflco
lilts: Picked nine, 4. Struck out:
Hy O'Hara, 2; by Esplnda, 10, Pass
ed balls: Kalema, 1; Johnson, G, Um
8 8 1! ,
Tho Kams throw away tholr gamo
Saturday. Why was tho ball, in tlio
final play, thrown to tho first baso
map on tho lino Instead of to tho
pitcher, who wns covering tho plato?
That is tlio wny to lose, nil right.
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