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EVENlNd BULLETIN,;. HONOLULU, T. H.,-TUESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1908. '
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AL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
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Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
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All Draws In Boxing
At Independence Club
And Reilly Boxes Well
Drawn were the order yesterday nf
tcrnoon nt Independence Club. Agree
ments wcro made In the cases .of all
three kocs Hint If lioth men wcro on
their feet nt the end of the scheduled
round, the riffuir shntild he declared
11 draw. And there wns not n knock
out In tho whole of the show.
Cluirlle llellly had much the better
cf his bout'wlthyKox, of the destroyer
Perry, boxing under conditions di
rectly different from those which he
found when ho went up against Mc
l'Vddcn, and making as good under
tho changed clrcumslnnces, though
lie was not nble to tuck Kox away. t
fiecmed that tho Bailor had somewhat
tho better of the weight, and he cer
tainly had the reach, but Charllo
jabbed his teeth almost out of his
faco In the very first round, and enmo
very uncomfortably near to tucking
him nway with n stinging right In
tho last round, which barely failed,
somehow, to find tho right spot -to
quite finish I'ox.
Fox was a strong boy, and clever,
but baldly In the same class with
the San Francisco lad.
How It Wnt
llcforo tho principals for tho main
event nf tho evening stepped Into tho
ring, a challenge from Trlngla of tho
Maryland for the winner nf tho event
to box fifteen rounds with him on
the return of the Blilps from Samoa
The Bailor boy was the first in tho
ring. Rcllly followed almost lmniC'
dlntely' with Pete Ilaron and August
Rclncckc. He was cheered as 'ho
walked to his corner. The boys
agreed to break clean nt tho word ot
the referee, and also agreed that tho
go should be called n draw In case
both were on their feet at tho end
of the tenth round.
Fox looked palpably nervous, ns ho
stood In his corner waiting for the
first tap of the gong. Ho shifted from
one foot to nnothor, and Anally
glanced around In a halt-appealing
way at tho timer. ""
Fox Forces Fighting
me uoys wcro cautious. Tnoy
shook hands, and Rcllly jabbed hU
left to the faco after nn unsuccessful
feint or two. Fox was surprised, and
rushed. Reilly stopped him with an
other jab, and almost at onco rat
tled Fox's teeth with a short-arm
blow to the point. Fox bored In
ngaln, but Rcllly landed hard, and
the sailor went nioro slowly.
Reilly let out a bit In the second.
They fought to a clinch, and Rcllly
put his loft to tho law as they squar
ed away. Ho jammed tho implacablo
left to tho wind, and jabbed hard to
tho nose. Scrapping fast, ho .ducked
a wido swing, swung his left to tho
face, Jabbed, Blushed, and smashed
time and again with that left, as tho,
gong fcounded. Fox wub very much'
on the retreat. In tho next round, It
was n matter ot jab, Jab, though onco
tho men exchanged lefts. Fox's sec
onds were warning him against work
Ing himself too hard. Reilly switch
ed his tactics somewhat in tho fourth.
Ho Jabbed a number ot times, when
ho caught one on tho chin, and be
gan to rush. He had Fox In tho
ropes, mid drovo in a hard left Just
before tho end of tho round that toss
ed the sailor's head.
ano nrtn round was -an Reilly s.
Fox started It with a rush, but Reilly
watched his chance, and flvo separato
times ho put his left to tho jaw. As
tho round closed, ho swung onto
Fox's chin. Fox was apparently a
llttlo exasperated at his Inability to
get away from Reilly's left, and was
warned at this stage from hitting in
the clinches. Reilly's loft stilt play
ed to Fox's faco, and tho blood was
flowing. However, the Bailor lad
shot In one as the round closed, and
wob rushing hard as tho gong sound
ed. ' j "
Don't Hear Gong
Reilly shook out another reef In
the (seventh. Ho was rushing u good
deal of the tlmo now, but Fox cov
ered clovcrly, and exchanged lofts to
tho Jaw once With Charlie,- which ex
change seemed In the sailor's favor.
However, Reilly shot in 'that left
again and again.. Tho gong sounded
weukly, and Rollly continued to scrup
in splta ot Roferco Paddy Ryan's ef
forts to hold him hack. This almost
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
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caused trouble with tho sailor's back
ers, though ho fnllcd to land on Fox
nt this particular time.
Into the Midsection
Tho tactics adopted by Rcllly In
tho eighth favored playing for .tho
mid-section, and ho slammed in un
awful left. Fox put his right to tho
car. Reilly countered with his left
to tho face, and tho round closed In
his favor. Tho ninth was nil Reilly's.
Ho smashed his left to tho chin timo
and time again. Jabbing, ho would
follow, hitting so rapidly that Fox
found it Impossible to tako his hands
down from his face to hit. And Rcll
ly always landed. A vicious Jab
caused tho blood to fly from Fox's
tortured faco ns tho gong Bounded.
Bat No Knockout
Rclly got out his terrific right In
the tonth, for tho first timo during
tho bout. Ho landed, and had Fox
swinging llko n windmill. Again
nnd again that right went to tho
Jaw, but It failed to find tho right
spot. Fox stopped ono that would
have made mostmcn quit cold, but
he was garaa and enmo on. Rcllly
shewed iho first suggestion of wild
ncss Just before tho end ot tho round,
when ho missed a wild swing; and
laughed at himself.
With thrcc-mlnuto rounds, It
seems almost assured that Rcllly
would, have won by a knockout.
Waller Shows Well
The .second preliminary was an
other beautiful go, with the men
very even, nnd things always In
doubt. Waller, n boy from the Penn
sylvania, who went on In place ot
Austin, the man nt first selected to
meet McFaddcn, showed up well In
deed, jllls rushing tactics worried
Jack .part ot tho time. Waller fol
lowed MP everything he turned loose,
and was fast. ' In the third round he
let himself out too much, and was
practically, saved by tho gong, nnd
ho caught a man-klllcr In tho wind,
and another on the corner ot tho
jaw. Still he worked nicely, oven un
der adversity. McFaddcn was tho
better ring generul, but couldn't turn
the. trick, A drnw decision would
have.txjen popular under any circum
stances," though Jack probably had
the bettor ot It.
In tho first preliminary, between
McCollough of tho "0th Infantry and
McKay ot tho U. S. S. Pennsylvania,
lots ot gpro (lowed, but neither man
was much punished. McKay believed
in getting thoro at tho xtnrt, and
amused tho crowd by tripping nnd
rolling Ignominlously over McCol
lough's feet at tho first exchange ot
Iloth men wero too tired after tho
second round to have tcorcd a knock
out had they had the chanco.
A Good Show
It was a really good show. At least
two of tho bouts wore of distinct
class und .oven that first, gnry prelim
inary was so much better than many
events in a ring show which aro In
themsolveR good, thnt tho completed
curd is a very excellent ono to look
Good management was evident ev
erywhere. During tho first prelimi
nary, tho outcome ot tho Attoll-Mor
nn scrap In San Francisco was an'
Paddy'Ryan Is certainly nil to the
good as a referee.
Upon a challongo from Trlngla and
n defl from Waller to McFaddcn, for
a lG-round go, It Is ripped thnt Scul
ly nnd Paddy will hold another show
when tho Fleet roturns from Samoa
HS NEXf MONDAY
A mooting ot the Hawaiian Tennis
Association will bo held Monday next
at C p. 'in. at tho courts ot tho Pacific
Teiinla Association on Richards
street, for the purpose ot discussing
plans for the championship tourney,
to bo hold In Octobor.
Representatives from tho Hllo Ten
nis Club, tho Puunene A, C, and tho
Rwa A, C besides delegates from tho
Ueretanla nnd Pacific clubs.
The Battalion team from Fort
Shutter yesterday defeated the Ka
llhls at Kaplolanl Park by a scoro of
:t to 1. Tho winners of this game
are playing tho team from the U, S,
S, Maryland lit Fort Shatter thin nft-criioon.
SERIES NEAR CLOSE
Raymond Cup Is Certainly
Won By Kahului's
s (Special to tho Hullo tin)
WA1LUKU, Mnul, Sept. 7. The
baseball' games for this season nt
Wells Pnrk, Walluku, will end next
Sunday, Tho Knhululs won from tho
Stars last Sunday, tho scoro being. 0
to 4, nnu mo nunuiuis nave iuiro
won tho championship cup presented
by. Dr. J, II. Raymond of the Raymond
rnnch, to be given to tho team win
ning twlco at Wells Park In succes
sion. It Is n beautiful cup worth
over S125, and the Knhululs aro Just
ly proud of winning It this year.
Tho Waikapus woro at ono tlmo
during this season so far ahead that
It was supposed thoy wero sure win
ners, but during the latter part ot tho
aeries Kahulul forged ahead. Tho last
ot tho scries will bo played between
tho Kahutuls and tho Hcalanls noxt
Sunday, but tho lattor nro at tho bot
tom of the ladder and even' It thoy
win tho Kahululs will still retain tho
championship. There has been good
playing nt Wells Park this season,
and thoso who attended tho games
havo enjoyed them immensely. Tho
only unpleasant happenings havo
been when somo of tho fair backers
got so Infatuated with their respect-
Ivo teams that exhibitions of temper
have been showfi which at times roso
to fever heat and nearly came to phys
leal encounters and. halrrpulllng
matches. Happily, the latter did not
tako place. The games aro supposed
to bo attended with tho best of feel
ing provatllng, for tho grand stnnd Is
novcr Intended to be an arena for tho
exhibition of sour temper, and It is
hoped that In tho future exhibitions
ot unoven temperament will bo rele
gated to the 'rear.
Tho standing ot tho teams Is as
W. P. Pet.
Kahulul 10 11 .714
Waiknpu 9 15 ,G00
Stars 7 IS .4CC
Hcalanl 6 14 .428
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Mi WUM ttHED
Tho regular Icaguo games at base
ball Park yesterday wcro rather un
fortunate, to say tho least, in their
outcome Tho SalntB failed to show
up, through a misunderstanding, for
their gamo with tho Diamond Houds,
nnd the latter played with a bunch
of sailor boys from tho West NVlr
glnin nnd South Dakota. The Punn-
hou-Kam gamo went only six Inn
ings, when, ns It wus late, and tho
Puns led by 10 to 0, the gamo was
The Jewels had tho best ot a 4-to-3
score with tho sailors at tho end nf
the fifth inning, when that game was
Johnny Williams was In tho box
for Punahou, and tho Kama woro not
nble to touch his offerings. Ho pitch
ed superb ball, which was more ot a"
gratification from tho fact that for
somo tlmo It had been feared that
Johnny would not be seen In tho
game this season.
Tho mlscrablo failure ot tho Kams
to do anything with tho Puns puts a
new light on sccond-sorles prospects.
Now It, looks llko tho Puns aro about
tho only thing In this nock ot the
Tho teams stnnd this way:
P. W. L. Pet.
Punahous ; 2 3 0 1,000
Kams 2 1 1 .G00
Diamond Heads ... . 10 1 .000
Saints 1 0 1 .000
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Tlio baseball team of tho U. S. S.
Wesf.Vlrglnla;ye'strday. defeated tho
flotilla team by a scoro ot 7 to S.
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Someone suggests that tho regatta
bo postponed until tho return of tho
Fleet from Samoa.
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