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'8 :" ' BVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1008.
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From Jap of Gong
The Pnpke-Ketchel fight by rounds! and they clinched. Papko uppercut
in I-os Angeles: Kctchcl twice and rushed him furl-
Hound 1 Papke led with left nnd ously. Kctchol landed strnightMeft
rushed Ketchel Into a corner. Papke 'to stomach and Papke got to the face,
landed four blows on the head. Papke ' Papko swung left and right to Ketch
again rushed, but missed. Papko el's jaw, but was unablo to put his
then stepped in, but Ketchel caught man out. He beat Ketchel terribly,
him on tho chin with his left. Papke but could not put him out. Ketchel'H
landed right on chin, and Ketchel up- eyes were shut. He staggered about
percut with left. Papko knocked the ring whlla Papke landed ami stag
Ketchel down with a right and loft gered him with n left uppercut. Doth
to face. Ketchel was groggy. Pnpke were covered with blood.
knocked him down again with right; Hound 10 Papko rushed Ketchel
and left to mouth, nnd Ketchel took and landed right and left on
Tho oarsmen of tho Hcalanl and
Mvrtls lto.it Clubs are hard at work.
tho' Betting in the last licks of training
tho count of nine. Papko again sent face. Papke seemed stronger. Ketch
hlm down with left and right to face, el held on constantly. Frequently
Kotchel was groggy and bleeding they came tocethcr without landing
for tho regatta Saturday. Tho Hca
lanls nre going out morning nnd
evening In their rowing shells, while
fiercely from the mouth. Tho crowd a blow and Jeffries had to null them the Myrtles tire out only In the aft'
cheered loudly. Kctchcl was stand- apart. Doth men now missed repeat- Jernoons. Doth, however, are making
Ing (ib tho gong sounded and his sec- cdly. Ketchel missed an uppercut the attempt to be trained to the mln
ends helped him to come to his cor- and Papke battered his man's face. lute. Thursday, the laBt rowing be
ner. They were In a clinch more than 'fore tho big event will probably be
' Round 2 Ketchel enme up grog- half the time. Idone, some starting will be practiced
gy. Papke landed right and left, Hound 11 They rushed at each on Friday, nnd then the big races.
Doth Captain Clark of the Hen-
lanls and Captain Dechert of tho
Myrtles have selected the men to de-
scndlng Kotchel nround the ring, other nnd Papko went by Ketchel
Pnpke landed repeatedly on Ketchcl's and turned and landed both hands to
head. Ketchel's face wns one mafs ihn fnra. lm1.n wnri-la,! lfntxhnl
of gore. His eyes were blinded with with right and left Jobs to the face, fend the laurels of the rival clubs. A
blood nnd he could do little but cling Ketchel was spouting blood from ' good sprinkling of new names np
to Papke. Pnpke exhausted himself mouth down his opponent's back aa' pears In both crows. Tho Heulunl
by his effort, and wns unable to put they clinched. Ketchel swung wild
his man out, Ketchel tried vainly to ly. Cries camo from all Bides for Jef
uppercut, and shoved Papke to the fries to stop the fight, but tho big
ropes when the gong sounded. Ketch- referee, paid no attention. Papke Un
ci was stronger at the closo of this ally landed a straight loft to tho face
round than ut tho finish of tho flrsL that staggered Ketchel and a moment
Hound 3 Ketchel led for the stom- later knocked him throuch tho rones
ach and missed. Papko dodged a with blow's Inthe same place. Ketch- Shanton, 3; Doquet, 2; Hlllynrd, 1;
Bwuiij, uuu iiiu nidi i:iuiik iu cum ei ieu m me laps 01 mo .reporters nnu.'ueu wium, cuabwuiu.
freshman crew U almost entirely com
posed of now men, and new ones nt
the game are to bo found on other
crews as well.
Tho Hcalanl crews arc:
Freshman Rddle Fernandez,
strike; E. Andrews, C; A. May, 4;
other. Ketchel missed two rights, they thrust him back through tho
Papko uppercut Ketchel again, bring- ropes as the gong rang,
ing tho blood. Ketchel landed left on Hound 12-r-KetcheI was almost
Papko's ear and the ctowd cheered, helpless. Papko landed a straight
He followed a moment Inter In the right to the, jaw. Ketchel went down
same place. Ketchel appeared u lit- for tho count. Ho enrae up nnd Pap
tie stronger. ike landed, a.Btralglit right to the Jaw
Round' 4 Ketchel is stronger, as he came In nnd knocked him down
They clinch. Ketchel misses right again. Atjtho count of nine Ketchel
for head. Papko landed right on struggled tp his feet, but Jeffries had
mouth nnd started blood again. Pnp- already called to his seconds, to care
he was covered with blood from his for their man. Papko was surround
opponent. Ketchel landed straight ed by his friends nnd seconds, who
right to body, but Pnpke only smiled, hugged him with delight over his vlc
Ketchel landed two rights to body, 'tory.
but missed n vicious right for head.
Ketchel landed with force on face.
Ketchel's left eye was closed. Doth
men stood with heads down, neither
attempting to land, when gong
Round C Ketchel missed right for
the .faco and they wrestled about tho
ring. Ketchel forced tho fighting.
Doth men very weak. Papke landed
viciously with right on Ketchel's face,
bringing blood afresh. Doth men
too weak to land effectually. Ketchel
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Match Between Reilly
and Young Nelson
uppercut his man wlce with left and nnd comu,llatIim
they exchanged lefts to face. Papke .... . .. . . lmnl?ln!lMn
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uppercut Ketchel and was countered
with left and right jabs to face.
Hound C Doth tried to land but
missed. They clinched. Papke land
ed terrltic right in face again, but
Ketchel saved himself with clinch.
Papko landed right and left repeated
ly to face and was smiling all the
Senior Carlos, stroke: ''Henry
Rose, 5; II. Robinson, '4 ; Joe Kn'ma
Itua, 3; D. 'Sherwood, 2; K.''Fuller, 1;
Den' Clark, coxswain.
Myrtle' crews are: , i
Fresliman Hedemannstroke; J.
O'llrlen, IT; Kales',' 4; L..Kerr,'3;'Zelg.
ler2 Myhre,'l;"L. Hough,.cpXBwdln.
Senior F. Dechert,"-stroke; G.
Schaefer, C; C. Pndakcn, 4; David
Center, 3; Paul Schmidt, 2; R. Chll-
llngworth, 1; L. Hough, coxswain.
Tho two-bar crew's have'-not yet
been selected In either club. They
will probably bo chosen from some of
the' men named above for 'the Hen
Innls, and the Myrtles .will certainly
belect as'thelr two-oar artists ono of
two combinations which have been
doing good work this season. Theso
nre: C. Dickson, 2, and II. Williams,
1; and Raymond Smith, 2, and Ted
Cooper, 1. Doth of tho combinations
are good, and It Is not yet known
which of them will bo selected for tho
A prominent fan yesterday suggest-1 "i""";;"'' ' ' '."
.. .tu i.o.,., v...,., vi. Practically all formB of sport, are
and Charlie Reilly as the logical ,"ned this week In anticipation
ihinr. n ,i -nn.Mn-tmn ' ' ccs Saturday morning. In
the afternoon, It is true, the Mooheau
baseball team of Illlo will play1 at the
Park, and some of the oarsmen will
tako part In the game, In all proba
bility, but this will not bo allowed to
interfere in any wny with tho efforts
of the morning.
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The Diamond Head Athletic Club
sport. Kelson Is n slashing boxer,
'with a Jaw as strong us Gibraltar,
which will possibly be ablo to bear
Rcllly's jabs better than that of any
boxer In this place. It has been dem
onstrated that Nelson can't be hurt
by a pounding around the faco It
tnlrrm urnnlr fnn tifa litlnil on 4lint dill
Ketchel was In distress but .. .... ... , .,. , loOQf 'held a meeting last evening at which
rnntlnund tn nilvntirn nn his nntneo- . ' . Inn IiiirItipkh nf ImnnrtntiPA war trnim
uhnui tii n nAtir uIiIa in vh varonlllii I
nlst. Doth men missed right swings, . "' "r ' . acted.
T)ni. .....,.. ,.n,.t,i , ,1. uuact iiuiii viiu wuubi.
i uimu lUBtiiiiij jwuiici iu Lliu iujiub.
They clinched nnd Ketchel got Papko
In corner and they wrestled there for
halt n minute. Ketchel landed ter
rific left on the solar plexus and
Nelson has a very good record. He
Bhowlng recently here with as clever
u boy as Rafferty of tho Dattle Fleet
Papke almost dropped in his corner, I ... ,. , ,. . ,
but the gong saved him. ""' " "" w"u '"" "' DU,l "' ""
Round 7-Papke uppercut Ketchel cn" to ,tur" ,0T' " Ca" 'UCe U
twice and Ketchel also landed on ou ,0"Btamlnt v , , , ,
nnni.-. ffl. ti,.v r..,.,i .. l He"' vs. Voung Nelson looked
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Papko was weak and Kotchel , ' .
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The postofflce croquet team carried
off honors nt Knplolanl Park Sunday.
landed straight left to wind.
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el rushed his man and swung with 'gasman George Hill of Pnterson, N.
terrific force, but Ineffectually. Ketch j and grandson of Henry King,,
el landpd left to stomach and' hud wealthy silk manufacturer of that
Pnpke worried. Ketchel tried to city, admitted to tho Paterson pollco
smile through his bloody counte- tlint ho is n burglar, and gavo up
nance. This was Ketchel s round,
Round 8 They sparred carefully.
Papko bored in on Ketchel's faco
three times In succession, Papko land
ed feft on faco and swung with both
hands but missed. Papke landed on
nobc and mouth and started blood
ugaln. Crowd called for Papke to put
him out. Papke landed straight left
and right uppercuts on mouth. Ketch
el landed light on Papko's head and
Papke landed nvo or six uppercuts on
the faco and had Ketchel badly daz
ed. Ketchel shoved Papke through
the ropes as the gong sounded.
Round 9 Papko rushed his mnn
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Will Play For Tennis
A special meeting of tho Hawaiian
Lawn Tennis Association was held In
the club-house of the Pacific Tennis
Club yesterday nftcrnoon, for the pur
pose of fixing the date In October for
the annual Territorial championship
matches. II. K. Savago and J. II.
Thomson represented tlio Puuncno
Athletic Club; It. Mullcr, Ewn Ten
nis Club; A. C. Wall. A. II. llooth.
and C. a. Ilockus, llerctania Tennis
Club; R. A. Cooke and F. B. Stecre,
Pacific Tennis Club; K. D. Daldwlu
nnd C. Q. Ilockus, Illlo Tennis Club.
The date for the first matches of the
tournament,. thoe for men's, singles,
wll begin -Saturday, October 17. Tho
entries will 'open' today ut tho store
ot E. O.UIall &, Son, Ltd., and uwlll
close Thursday, October lG,at C p.m.
The other championship events .will
follow the close of the singles tourna-ment.
This' year tho rules of the U. S. N.
LT. A. will govern the play, which
will mean that all men's matches will
lie sthrco out of .Ave set's, and nil la
dles' matches, best tw6 out of three.
The cups to bo played for this year
will bo new ones, to he' played for
one time 'and then held by the win
ners permanently. A large number
of entries are promised from Maul
and Illlo this year and as Champion
Roth has 'declared his Intontlon to
defauU.-.niuch Interest will be shown
i)i picking the now holder of the pre
mier (llle for tho Territory.
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