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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., miDAY, OCT. 10, 1908.
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A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Ntuanu & Merchant.
ChnlloiiRo boat races between cutter crews from the South
D.il.otn. Pcnnsylvutil.i, ami the destroyer Ilollll.i, nro on for
Suiulny momlng. It Is customary to t;et up t!ieo racea for largo
slilu lietn, made up by pooling on vurlous wmils.
II.icli wane of the Navy la provided with a cutter of regula
tion lull I (I and size for the purpose of racing, and these ore Kept
iihvnjH in npplc-ptc order, na any opportunity which offers for
lacing has to lie talen up na It cornea.
The utual con rue la out of tlio channel for a mile and In
ngaln to the starting line, which Is nrlillrarllv fixed.
These men-of-war sailors do some stunta n the rowing line
which prove n levelatlon to the oarsmen nvil to sliding seats
and expensive and frail shells. They low a short but strong
stioKe, which puts them there In time.
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4. . . . .;. .K. 4. .
Strong Boxing Card
At Independence Hall
Is Offered Today
SCULLY'S SHOW SET FOR 4 P. M.
Jack Scully's big boxing show at In
dependence Hall will lake place at 4
o'clock this afternoon. The chango
from tlio uicning hour at first men
tioned was made at the leiiuest of a
large number t.f sailor fans, who
would rather see mi utunt of this
sort during the daylight hours. Scully
has improu'd cum on tlio very excel
lent arrangements he had for the last
show, and promises a performance
which shall be worth the while of any
The card la undeniably strong, Trln
klo of the Man land, lightweight cham
pion of tho Fleet, and I'ox of the de
stroyer Perry, champion at his weight
of tho flotilla, will go 15 rounds. The
bout, from nit Indications, will bo
ubout as fast an affair as tho fans hero
hao jet looked upon. Tho men nro
lid li of the slashing, Hill Patike order,
going It from tho first tap of tho gong.
Koxs ability was proven at the show
which was held during the last stay
of tho Kleet here, and Trlnkle's sui-
porters state mat he has tho better of
the two when It comes to class. In'
that raso, he has lots of class, and no
mistake. Tho boys are to box at 132
Jack McKuddcn, the champion o(
Honolulu, Is to go on with Waller ot
the Pennsylvania, tho boy who went
to a draw with Jack about a month
ago. ThlB Waller put up a rattling
exhibition then, and can be counted
on to make things hum when lie gets
In tho ring with the fast boy of local
fame. They are to box 10 rounds at
McColloiigli of Port Shatter, who
has earned in the past few months tho
title of one of the pluckiest and grit
tiest men who over had on the gloves
In Honolulu ,1s matched again for six
lounds with "Chuck" Conncrs, tho
man who inado the fur fly when ho
anil the soldier hooked up recently.
Tho men will weigh In at 145 pounds,
furnishing tho llrst preliminary ot the
Ryan To Referee
It's a fine card throughout, of the
sort Scully usually puts on. The In
dependence arena, being practically
un open-air stand. Is pleasant for a hot
afternoon or ocnlng. The lurge
sprinkling of sailor material on tho
program will probably have a great
number ot Uncle Sam's salts out to
witness tho fun, while tho local en
thusiasts are cry much In tho habit
of turning out to sco any show back
of which aro Scully or Paddy Ityan
ami both aio in on this one,
Paddy will bo the third mnn In the
ilng this afternoon. There was never
a better referee than Itynn; Judicial,
cool, and absolutely Impartial, and tho
sort of a man that tho public usually
makes no delay In tlelng to. The fea
ture of good refereelng alone Is a Mrgo
recommendation for the occasion.
A Hawaiian Itecatta of eleven
events Is iiniiounied for next Sunday
at Walkikl. The card Includes a
great variety of events, canoelne.
surfing, sailing, and several cup
The full program Is officially an
nounced us follows:
1 Ilojs' canoe race; cup.
'i Six paddle; Hawaiian canoo
first prize $30. second, $:!0, third
3 Women's four paddle Hawaii
an canoe; first prize $10, second f4.
4 Pour paddle modern canoe;
first prize $20, second $8, third $4.
5 Surf boaid contest In big surf;
0 Pour paddle Hawaiian canoo;
first prize $20, second $8, third $4.
7 Canoo sailing, Hawaiian ca
noe; first prize $25, second $15.
S Six paddle Hawaiian canoe for
sailors; prizes $18, $12, and $0. '
! Canoo Balling, modern; prizes
$ir., $10, $5.
10 Surf riding canoe; prizes $12,
11 Surf riding canoe for sailors;
prizes $12 and $6.
Kntrles are to ho made with tho
Outrigger Club or with S. A. Walker.
Itaces will start promptly ut 2 p. m.
It Is required that surf boards to
be used In contests shall not exceed
eight feet In length.
The officers in charge of this big
Hegutta Committee: S. A. Walker.
O. H. Angus, O. I,. Sorcnson.
Judges: A. A. Wilder, S. M. Knnn
knnul, Itobert Atkinson.
Clerks of Course: A. S. Robertson.
Starters: From Moana pier, C. II.
Wilson; from opposite 1! Town's resi
dence, Geo. S. Harris.
Timekeepers: M. M. Johnson. II.
i;. Mm ray.
The Ala Moana Athletic Club will
glvo a benetlt dance on" Saturday
night, Nov. 7, 1908. The committee
which has been placed In charge of
this event Is composed ot Charles 11.
Makanul, .1. P. Mandlola, F. K. Cock
ctt, and F. P. Kahapca.
Tickets can be obtulncd from mem
bers of the team. Admission Is to bo
00 cents for a gentleman and lady.
a s: a
Joe (lagnon of the debtroyer Stew
art will take the place of Young
Nelson In the piellmlnary tomorrow
evening for tho Or plum m glove show.
He will go on with Weber, slnco Nel
bon's broken nose, received at the
hands of ono Joe I.e.thy, prevents him
from taking ujiy part in the show.
This is tlio last day ot woilc for
tho men who me to furnish the big
fun tomoiiow evening. Tho break
ing of Nelson's noso In n merely
friendly sparring bout with thickly
padded gloves has caused some com
ment among tho fans. Doeu It
mean that Leahy bus u horrible
smash In his two hands, or docs It
mean tint tho glovo caught Nelson
wrong onco? That question may
hao light thrown on It when Ilellly
and Leahy hook up tomorrow.
The fans have seen enough ot
these two men to foim somo compai
Ison now. Iloth men aro very expert
boxers Just as cxpcit us tho best In
any division of tho game. Iloth aio
as tool ns u small Iccbeig when fac
ing an opponent. Their tactics aio
remarkably slmlar. They both uso
a left Jab, which they follow In ro
rapidly that they t.in hind three or
four times on n less wary and quick
opponent boforo ho can moo at all.
Iloth aio quick us cats, hut theio
tomes it difference. Whether light
or wrong, thero beems to bo nn lin
piesslon iiimmg somo of tho fun tol
only that Ilellly Is a Bhado tho quick
er of the two. Otheis deny it stout
ly. Leahy is fond of In-fighting ut
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
J PHONE 200. a.
times, while Ilellly, clover as he Is
at any range, hasn't been been much
at this sort of woik here. Rellly's
footwork Is probably a weo bit to the
good, whllo It beems that Leahy has
Miinewhnt, though not Indisputably,
the better of the question of punch.
He stopped Fox so quickly the other
day in sparring that It culled down
tho Intense admiration of those who
stuck around and saw him work.
Tho men arc wonderfully evenly
matched, fiom all Indications, and
this Is boino cut by tho fact that
theso two have boxed two draws nl
leady. It Is claimed that Ilellly has
luipioved wonderfully since ho enmo
here. Has he? Tomorrow evening
will tell. Whatever Is so, It is cer-
A. V. Gear has a Hindu wrestler on
tho string, named Ilok Singh, who Is
sues nn open challcngo to any man of
tho Fleet or tho Islands, at uny
weight, and also agrees to throw the
man twice or forfeit all profit from tlio
The Hawaiian regatta has been set
for Sunday, at Wulklkl.
Meals served at ull hours at tho
Now England Ilakery, Hotel street.
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tain that ho Is a great little fellow,
who has another great little man to
tacltle In Leahy.
Friday, Oct. 16, 4.00 p.m.
TRINK1E, II. S. S. MARYLAND, Champion of the Pacifio
FOX, U. S. S. PERRY, Champion of the Torpedo Fotilla.
15 Rounds at 132 Pounds.
JACK McFADDEN, Champion of Honolulu, ."
WALLER, Champion of the U. S. S. Pennsylvania.
10 Rounds at 130 Pounds.
MtCOLLOUQH, of Fort Shafter,
"CHUCK" CONNORS, of U. S. S. Pennsylvania.
t xiounas at no rounds.
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SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 17
The Classic Athletic
Event of the Season
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
15- Rounds 15
' . vs.
For the Lightweight Championship
A Rattling Six-Round Preliminary
Weber and Nelson
AT 126 POUNDS
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