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Tin- greatest ring event ovur Keen
In Honolulu whs tin1 Mcl'iidden-lteiliy
limit of Saturday night. And the
greatest boxer who linn over appealed
in a IIoikiIiiIii ling I Cli.iillo llcllly,
though the limit wax deflated a draw
iij lleforec I jury Tivonicy.
Whi'ii ttic big bout lind gone to IIju
ciul or the fifteenth lounil, with tlio
H iciest boxing oicr seen tills side
tlii; big arenas of 'Kilsco, when tlio
Miong joiing glaillators had iml
forth tlulr utmost vffoits to win;
v lien Hip little Icd-headed fe!loiv
it li i ho iletei mined air had gono to
tin. Moor not once, nor twice, lt.t
fr.ni separate times; when llcllly had
ilutkul and jabbed IiIh way uppment-
10 a well-earned llctory, the ctowd
, is,. ,md howled In protest when
'i .oiiic) thiew up both hands In Blgn
t! 't the licnit wan a dinw.
MrPaddeii and llcllly backeis llho
huwlcd at tlio declBlon It was
lu.mted" for two whole days. On
whet Twoiney liaxeil this decision It
I hard (o say. McKnddeii was on tlis
tli.or ngaln and again, and was once
iippaielitly saved by tile gong, lifter
lliiec swift swings had dioppeil him.
Ui lltv did the clean hitting till
thioii:.i, and foucd the lighting III
the gieater number of lounds. Me
i'ldden was swinging wild thiough
ni'ii.1 of the bout, missing his man by
:i hole foot often. The wild blows
whli li llelllv tinned loose may bo
roomed on the Hugos of one. hand
.ml t-onio to spare. Jlcradden was
the only man who was won led
thiough the bout, lie had his fain
J.i'ibed tcrilbly bj the Implacable loft
of his opponent, o that he was
i. areelj recognizable when the go
'I e bout was the better for having
gone nil the limit, but It Is still some
thing of a pity that when llcllly
caught Jack on tlio chin with his
light In tlio early Btngcs of the game,
it was not n clean knockout It was
so near to It, anyhow. It would
have spared tlio llslbllltles of the
ciowd, which voclfetously overflowed
when that classic decision was passed
Credit to Fred. Smith
Hut nil this docs not obscure, the
fact that for n ring show this effort
of I-'icd. Smith's was the best which
bus ever been put forward In thh
iltv, it was well worth seeing, nny-
wheic. With two nice prellinlntiiles,
lollowed by this greatest of local box
ing contests, n well-lighted, tool
hotiiic. good ushering, and not a hllcli
ainwheie, It was n bIiow worth
.Reilly a Jewel
A woid as to tho boxeis: Charlie
Hi lib Is ii boy of marvellous speed
,iiiul (lcvcrneiH, in fact, though thero
twi little to try his sand Saturday
night, ho looks like n champion. He
3 : oung yet, and with his speed, his
cIiemcBs, his busy left, and his aw
fill wollopy light, his loolnesH and
gci.iialahlp, his beautiful judgment
of distance, his undeniable hnidlhood,
hlh lino control of his temper, ho
looks llko tlio man to draw down tho
belt Minio dnv in the feather or
lightweight class. It lo to be borno
In mind ilint lie has been In the I
and C-ioutid game, and this Is a new
Held for him. lie was not so fiesh
after tho tenth lounil as he had been
before; for all this, liowcier, he was
apparent! tho ficshcr of tho men at
nil ftages of tho game.
llcllly looks Hku n top-liner.
.lad; Mcl'iddon, hitheito uovcr out
chihi-cd In this plnco, bhowed his old
points of virtue Satuiday night. Ilo
was gnmo from tho backbone out; ho
had his hard punch with Mm; ho
was always willing to lioro In, Hut
.la k was unfortunate enough to loso
liU temper at olio or two places, and
theieli laid himself open to ono or
two biunll disasters. Ho also took to
hitting In the hieaknwuy, though tho
men had agreed lo lueak clean, and
.is llcllly followed suit, Jack got
Knr.owhal thu woise of tho deal. IIIb
slum icaili toljl against him, also,
and he kept, swinging over llellly,
who was poiccptlhly tho aulckcr man
ol the two.
Whatever tho showing nitido last
ei onlng, the fact that It was called
n dinw and that It was n go of to
much ical clasR will doubtless lead to
them (wo men being again matched
lice, If the piouiolers (an get tho
piluclpals to (oiibont,
After the ptellnilnailcs, Dr. Itollor,
the big wiesllcr, was Introduced, Mid
the iiiinouuceuicit of Ills conilui: up-
pcarance at the Opera Ilouso was
made, amid much applause.
Tho (list piellmlnary, n 4-round
go between Tommy I.ano of Australia
mid .loekci Willis of Xew York, was
u fast bout, In which neither man did
much damage and which was called u
draw bj llefcree II. M. Ayrcs, n de
cision which piovcd popular. laino
was piobablv the more scientific of
the two, and Willis could not teach
him In the opening i omuls, but Willis
had the speed, and took to jumping
straight at Lane's face during tho
Inst two i omuls, with Ills left shot
sttalght out. In u way which fetched
Tommy up shoit every, time it hap
pened. Ilonois wcro ceitainly even.
Good, Fast 8 Rounds
Then Soldier McCollongh and Wn
hllanl, the welters, mixed for eight
rounds . The soldier pursued rushing
tactics at all stages of tho gamo
whole he mnile any progress, and had
Wnhllanl going during tho second
round, when he Hooted tlio native
with n hard right hook to the mouth,
which htnrted tho gore. Hut things
wero evened In tho fourth, up to
which time Wnhllanl had been duck
ing mid railing to save himself. JIc
Collotigh was going at It hammer nnd
tongs with all thought of caution
gone, when Wnhllanl caught him
with u stilt tight to the Hor. Mc
Collongh almost fell as ho went to
Ills cornei after stalling out tho
round, and was In such agony thero
that It was thought he would not get
up at all when the bell bounded. Hut
hu came hack stiong, and tho rest of
tho go was a pretty oven pioposltlon.
Tho decision of Hefereo Twoiney,
who gave tho bout to Wahtlaul, was
the occasion of borne catcalls, from
MiCullough baekcis, but was prob
ably about, correct, as tho soldier was
Would that tho refeiee had called
this u draw Instead of tho other!
JP 18 DETAIL
Tho first man In tho ring Is Me
raiblon, with .1. llettencoutt, Young
Siott, Tommy I.ane, Kid Heine, mid
Young llelno for seconds, llcllly
ionics Into tho ling, with Kied.
Smith, Hob lloss, and August Ilcl
ueeki) as seconds.
Tho bos me Inttoduced, McK.ul
ili'n as the feathei weight champion
or Hawaii and llcllly as tho feather
weight champion of the Coast.
Soldier l'cole Is lutioiluced, Issuing
an open challcugo at 1C8 pounds.
Hound 1. The men advance and
shako hands. Mcl'mlilcn lends and
they fight to a clinch, llellly jabs
his left to tho face, ducks a counter,
mid jabs again. They clinch. llcllly
Jabs his left to the point, nnd follows
with a right stialght to tho fnce.
llellly Jabs his left to tho point, and
follows with a light straight to the
face, Itolll) lights to a clinch, jab
bing Mcl'ndden four times in rapid
succession. Ilo pokes his loft to
Ale's nose as they snuaio off, and thoy
exchange lofts. Mac goes to his knees
for a rest. Thoy clinch. McFadden
bcoies In tho wind and llcllly keeps
to his jabbing tactics. They clinch
as tho gong hounds, llcllly's lounil.
Round 1!. llellly jabs his left to
tho uobo and follows with right and
lefts to tho head. Ilo floors his op
ponent with a hard light hook to tho
Jaw. llellly r.onds n hard light hook
to tho fare. Ho keeps Jabbing, and
bfoics with his light to tho Jaw mid
his left to tho solar plexus. Thoy
clinch, llcllly Jabbing again, Mc
r.uldcn puts his left to tho ear, mid
to tho face. llcllly countcis, mid
puts in his light. They clinch.
Ilreaklng away, thoy rally. Ilellly's
McFadden Nearly Out
.Round II. llcllly still jabbing, they
mix and clinch, llellly Jabs his loft
to tlio face, nnd -sinks his light into
tho liver. Ilo shoots over his left to
tho head, ami a straight light haul
to the chin, Hooting Mcl'adden for
tlio count. Tlio lound closes with
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Hockley, Jr.
llellly scrapping faBt nnd.McKaddcn
evidently almost out. Ilellly's lound.
Hound I. Doth men look warv.
They clinch twice. McK.tildcn leads,
but llcllly stops him with A Jab, nnd
follows with left mid right to tho
face, nnd a left to the ribs. McKnd-
deii put In an easy left and n light
uppercut, at which llellly laughs,
coming back with a hard right to
tho Jaw, which shakes the wnter out
of .Inch's hair. Ho staggers Into n
clinch, llellly keeps Jabbing. Mnc
overjudges a hard left swine as tho
gong sounds. Still Ilellly's round.
uouiiil i). iiotn come out wnruy,
mid llellly lights to a clinch. He jabs
In his Implacable loft, and tosses
Mnc'g head, They exchango lefts, and
llcllly follows with a brace of lefts
to tho fnce, and two inoio loft
swings to tho dial, which have Mc
Kaddeii going. He Is jabbing, jab
bing all tho time. McFadden clinch
es. They do wimo fast inllghtlng,
Itelily hooking u terrific right to tho
heart. Ho ducks a wide BWlng nnd
puts In his right, another terrific
light swing, a left, and another
btlnglng right to tho point, flooring
McFadden. The gong sounds with
him still on the floor. All Ilellly's
Hound fl. The Jnbhlng and clinch
ing (ontlnuc. Mcl'adden Is on tho
letrent. Md'addon. got tho best of
an exchange of rights, but llellly
comes back with n right swing to tho
enr, n straight left to tho dial, an
other left to tho face,-and a steamy
left uppercut to the chin, filing all
his guns as tho gong bounds, ilell
Hound i. McFnildon conies up
stionger, but wild, llcllly puts his
left to tho fnce, and .lack misses u
wide one. They clinch and .Tack
mlbscs another as they go away. llell
ly Jabbing, Mcl'ndden puts In nleft,
mid llcllly counters. They clinch.
llcllly puts his light to tho liver, and
left to tho midsection. Thoy ex
chango rights. Honors oven.
Mac Takes the Count
Round S. llcllly still Jabbing. Mac
put his right to the Jaw, but llellly
comes back with a right hook which
puts Jack on his knee for tho count.
Thiough the round llcllly landed re
peatedly with Jack covering and
swinging wild. Ilellly's round.
Round 9. llcllly Jabs, put left and
light to tho head, and Mao misses u
big haymaker. llellly swings his left
to tho face, and puts his body behind
a jab which tosses Mac's hrad. llellly
lights for the body. McFadden still
wild. llellly has tho best of It all
Hound 10. Through the round, It
Is a matter of jab mid clinch, with
llcllly lighting low and having all tho
best of It.
Hound 11. Through tho lound,
llellly takes It easy, 'ducking and jab
ling, with Mac wild and evidently
angiy. llcllly nearly stops him for
good at tho end of the round as ho
shoots In a right hook coming out of
Hound 12. Iloth ronio out care
fully, and llcllly Jabs. They clinch,
llcllly puts his left hard to the face.
They exchange, and light at closo
quai tors, llcllly getting tho best of
It. Jack puts In a right to the jaw,
nnd mi uppercut which was good,
though It lacked tho necessary steam.
Xhey are both, clinching mul stalling
as tho I omul closed. Honors even..
Hound ia. llellly comes out ficsh,
and begins Jabbing. Mac loads, but
llellly ducks and scores with left to
the fnco. They exchango lefts. Jack
(puts In a light to tho heart, hut finds
llellly loo wary, and runs Into u Jolt
er that makes him careful. Ilo
catches a tuibty left straight to tho
face as tho gong Bounds. Ilellly's
Hound 14. Mlellly Is jabbing, Jab
bing, Jabbing, and always landing
with that left. Jack rushes fuilous
ly, but llellly Is always somowhoio
elbo. llcllly misses a right to tho
head, mid Jack lands but llellly
ionics out laughing. llellly jabs nnd
ducks out tho lound, McFadden be
ing unable to get In a clean punch.
A Fast Finish
Round 15, llcllly ducks a furious
jswitig and they clinch, Thoy light at
'onco Into another clinch, In which
llcllly Hilda double In holding Jack's
hands. llellly Jabs hard to tho face,
land i clients. They exchango rights
In tho facn and clinch. Thoy ox-
Ichango lefts. McFadden Is rushing
all tho time, llcllly ducks mid puts
light to tho jaw, JaliD In his loft, mid
swings his loft to tho noso. Thoy
clinch, llcllly puts his light haul to
.tho jaw and McFnildon uiIssch a sue'
Icehslon of wild leads, Hollly shoots
I two lefts to tho Jaw as tho gong
bounds. All Ilellly's round.
Jloforec Twonioy calls It a draw.
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At Knplolnul I'ailc there was a dou
ble header In tho Knplohtnl League.
The Reliance team defeated tho Tidal
WnvoB 11 to 2, and tho Highlands
bested tho Twilights U to 5. Tho
iti)tidlug of thu league Is:
, I'. W. l'ct.
Itellnnco D :, ,ba.1
Highlanders 7 I .571
Twilights :; :i .5HU
Tidal Wuvch 7 ii .428
Lenhls fi 1 AM
;: n t
Tho Hollornuil.ois and Engineers
played hall at Kaplolaiit 1'aik yes
terday. Tho outcome of tho gamo Is
n matter of hcilous doubt,
Tho Starlight A. C. yesterday en
tertained tho friends of the club at a
lunti gheu at the looms of the Yeo
It .1 .
l'rlnco Cupid's cioquet team won
estordny from tho I'ostolllcc, and tho
Mnhco Iblandeis beat tho Police.
Tho Mniines bent the Kownlos at
Atkliibou Park yestciday, 13 In J In
Tlio Hnttallon team heat tho ho
quols at Fort Shatter yesterday, 5
New York, I'lttsbnrg, and Chicago
nro having a dospciato three-cornered
fight for tho National League cham
pionship in tho closest and most
norvo-racklng nice tho old organiza
tion has had In many years. Tho
strain Is Intense, mid either tho
Giants, the Cubs, or tho Pirates must
boon succumb. Which will It bo?
Neither is tho answer to Hint ques
tion if those superb pltcliois Christy
Mnthowson, Mordecnl Hi own, nnd
Victor Willis uro able to keep up thu
splendid work thoy hnvo boon doing
all season for their teams, If neither
of this tlio loses his grip, tho Na
tional I.eaguo pennant raco will pos
sibly not ho Bottled until tho last
week of tho Benson, If either of the
tlueo gives out It will ho good-by tu
tho ponnmit aspirations of his team.
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