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Local and National
Reilly Gets Decision
At Close of Fast Mill
Ht HH l t H t fH
l.oe.il fans l.ml no cause for com
plaint concerning the brand of box-
Charles Itcllly Rallied tlio decision oor Joe I.oaliy of San Fran
rlxco at tlio Orjiliotnu last Saturday nlsht, after fifteen rounds of
tin' earnest milling ever seen hero, lloth men were very fit and tlio
oiitriiinu of tlio contest was piublcmatlc until the final gong rang.
l.oah) Is the tnudiest man thnt Itcllly lins been up against mid
mere are many who )ei neuve Hint no can put the cicver iittio
imiiglcr on the wrong sldo of tlio decision It ho gels another
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Ing that was handed out to them at
the Orphciim hifct Saturday night.
Joe l.cah) of San l'lanclscu proved
a tough n lit for Charles Itcllly to
handle .mil It was u ilotc decision of
the leferee that g.ivo the mill to tlio
local hoi. N
1'ioni the opening of the contest
until the gout, founded the cud of
tin fifteenth lound, the bo)s Kept at
It It was give nnd tnko from start
to finish, with the ultimate outcome
cut In doubt, llelll) was fully up
to his usual form, while I.eali's con
dltlon was all that anone could
li:no nshed for.
Any Idei llint llelll) 's previous
showings have been duo to the fact
that he has been pitted against second-raters
a dissipated Saturday
i.lght I.e.iliy lins class and lots of
It, mid he foiced his opponent to ex
fit cverj bit of sclcnco of which ho
the men came Into the ring,
tluy were received with vociferous
npidause. I.eal.) was Introduced as
the anntour champion of the Pa
cific Coast " Itcllly needed no ex
planatory Intinductlon and replied to
the i heel s of cniourngcmeut which
he leiehed with u pleased glln.
As the men stepped to tho center
of the ling, thire was a hush of ex
pectancy. I.enhy was an unknown
quantity nnd all were anxious to see
wliut lie could do against n man of
Koillv's Known iKIll nnd ability. Tho
men lost no time In fooling, but
wait at It hammer and tongs fiom
1. cnli 5 landed a strong right to
his opponent's Jaw, which rather sur
prised the local hoy. Ho quickly re-
lovcicd his equilibrium, however,
and sent n stinging punch to the
rrlscn hoj's head. Then they began
to mx It, both landing frequently.
I.cahy showed remarkable nblflty to
find his opponent with his right nnd,
In the Infighting which followed a
clinch, managed to land sovcraj stiff
ones on his opponent's wind. The
round was quit decidedly In Leahy's
favor and Heilly's supporters began
to look pained.
In the sscond round, the local hoy
woke up noticeably. Ho Kept his
opponent at aim's length and used
his left In n miinuer that was very
disconcerting to tho Prlsco boy. Time
and again he landed on Lonh)'s face
and the visltoi'e left eje began to
(ibsumo a very discouraging look, The
round was very much Heilly's.
The thlrd'iound was devoid of In
ten st. Thcro was considerable long
lange spat ring which hurt no one
nnd the gong sounded with honors
Leahy led off the fourth round
with it stiff right to his opponent's
head nnd llelll)' staggered. Ho was
right theie, however, nnd put over n
right to tho chin which more than
evened mattcis, lloth hoys then
mixed things In great style nnd each
landed several stingers, . Itcllly led
with left nnd tight to his opponent's
face, hut Leah) blocked the blows
r.nd escaped uninjured. Leahy then
went nftcr hU man nnd, Just us tho
gong sounded, poked him two head
jotters with his light and left. Tho
lound was rather In I.calo's favor.
Tho fifth lound was a repetition
of the fourth with the honois on
The sixth round consisted of long
range sparilng with honors about
oven. Neither mnn seemed able to
laud any blow nnd the round was
(lilelly notable, for the ability which
loth ho)s showed nt blocking.
Ilcllly started off tho seventh
iniind with light feint, following It
with n left to face. Tho men cllnch-
llghtnlng, however, nnd ran box
moie than n little. v Ho Is game id
tho backbone nnd Wcbcr s wickedest
punches failed to make him. wince.
The first round looked Weber, for
the sailor lad was so plainly out of
training that It seemed Impossible
that he could last long against hi;
Ho stnjed by It, however, and soon
had Weber's face cut and bleeding.
Weber then played cautious, trying
to Induce his opponent to tire him
self out with footwork. In tho
clinches Wcbcr had the tforst of It;
but Gagnon showed' an ability to
duck under swrlngs that worried
Hound after round found Gagnon
breathing heavily as the gong sound
ed, yet the succeeding round found
him eager for more. He outboxed
Weber on every occasion, but his
punches lacked steam and he found
II necessary to clinch repeatedly to
gain time and wind.
Though tlio contest was plainly
Weber's, the gr.mo sailor lad was the
cue who got the cheers as tho deci
sion was announced.
k h n
ed and Ilcllly poked his opponent In
the wind. The blow staggered tho
I'rlsco lad and he Mew wild on a
light to the Jaw. Ilcllly was quick
to tako up his opportunity and pass
ed over n left swing which Jolted
Leahy's head. Leahy quickly picked
up, however, and sent In repeated
lights nnd left" to his opponent's
head, brlngliiu tho finish of tho
round rather In his favor.
In the eighth round neither mnn
did much mid each showed that he
had gained a vvholesomo respect for
his opponent. Long-range sparring
failed to accomplish nn) thing mid
tho gong found things even.
Leahy led off the ninth with a
stinging Jolt to his opponent's chin.
'i ho latter) head rocked perceptibly.
but ho came back w 1th n grin on his
fnco nnd shot a left to his opponent's
already somewhat bunged-up eje
Leahy retaliated b) smashing his
light Into Ilcall)'s face but took n
stiff left to the wind In the endeavor.
Leahy sent In a right to wind and
left to Jaw, rocking llelll) 'a head and
making hlni look dizzy as the gong
mounded. It Was Leahy's round.
In the tenth Leahy's wicked right
began to bIiow up and the local boy
got several whacks on the head
which jarred him considerably. He
showed remarkable ability to take
punishment, however, nnd gave
about as good as ho got. Toward tho
end of the round Leahy sent homo
several stiff ones, effectually ducking
u wicked right swing which his op
ponent attempted In a very apparent
effort to land a ha) maker.
In tho eleventh Itclll) again show
ed caution und Kept Leahy at arm's
length, sending In several left Jolts
which did not Improve the condition
of I.c.ihj's e)c. Leahy managed to
get In a stiff right to jaw, however,
and thus evened up matters ns the
In the twelfth round, both of the
bo)H sparred nt long range, rushing
Into a clinch ns Reilly led for Leahy's
Jaw. Ilcllly sent In two rights to
Li ally's e)e nnd managed to close
the organ a little farther. Leahy
thru beenmo cautious and fought
nwny, guarding his fnco carefully
mid taking sovcral stiff ones to the
wind In consequence. The round
was very much Itcllly's.
Itcllly led oit tho thirteenth with
a light to jaw and started to mix It.
Leahy stopped tho operation with n
left to wind and right to face, and
kept honors oven nt the finish.
Hound fourteen was a Bhado In
Rulll)'s favor. He did not get home
many pun die's, hut he forced the
IH'htlng. Leahy evidently was afraid
of his eje, for lie -stood away and
1 ept his guard high. The men spar
red about and Leahy sent a stiff
ifgnt to his opponent's jaw. Then
they mixed ntiO both men slugged.
It was Reilly'c round.
The fifteenth round saw Reilly
mixing things with nn evident deter
initiation to slop things then and
tluic. Leahy beemed unable to stop
the rain of ulcus nnd, though thoy
did him nd serious damage, they vvor
lied Mm noticeably. The end of the
lound saw htm still strong, though
Itcllly was forcing the fighting.
The decision caused some discon
tent and thero wns a lot of loud talk
ing on'tho stage Tho majority felt
that Reilly had won fairly, however.
m x a
When tho tlmo camo for the gamo
between tho Aalas and the J. A. C. nt
Aula Park )cstcrday afternoon, thcro
was no nine on hand for the -.1, A. C.
men to cross bats with. Ts thcro
seemed no chance thnt tho men would
arrive, thb gnmo was called off and
tho only contest was between tho I'a
lamas and tho C. A. C.
lloth teams pla)cd an excellent
gamo nnd tho scores were hold down.
Kspliula, the l'alama pitcher, allowed
but flvo hits, whllo C. Aklua, who
twirled tho sphere for tho C. A. C al
lowed but Boven to get by. Kleldlng
was good and thcro wore but few er
rors on either side.
It was any man's gamo until tho
eighth Inning, v hen tho I'alamas got
a scot Ing streak and did things. Tho
final score was 4 to 1 In favor of the
Following Is tho ofilclal score:
C. A. C.
Hong Chack, If. ..4 0
Xlon Yin, rf 3 0
Sing Chong, ss. .,4 0
Chi Dut, c.
John Lo, 2b 4 1
C. Aklna, p. .
Ed. A) an, 3b.
Kn Sang, lb. ,
W. A) an, cf. ,
Totals 34 1 S 1 24 10 4
'ADRBHSM O A
M, Correa, lb S
Ilouan, 2li 4
Kealoha, 3b S
Walker, cf E
Rallcy, ss 4
Zerhc, rf. 4
Kahaawinul, If ...2 1
Esplnda, p 4 1
Hoopll, c 4 1
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday, Oct. 20.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. JLSLTS
gun Satin day afternoon with some.
very flno play; Harold Castle and
Sam llaldwln more than met tho ex
pectations of their friends by each
winning a set from their Class A op
ponents. Tho matches resulted as
follows: R. A. Cooke bent LB. Con
ness, 6-1, C-4; W. L. Warren beat
Harold Castle, 2-6, C-4, C-3; A. -L.
Castte beat J. V. Cooke, C-0, G-4; C.
O. llockus beat S. M. Itallou, by de
fault; A, J. Lovviey beat S. A. llald
wln, 4-6, 6-3, P-3.
Play will be resumed this after
noon on the coarts of tho Uerctanla
Tennis Club. At ,4 o'clock W. L.
Warren will play C. O. llockus; at
tho same Hour A, L. Castlo will piny
A. J. Lowrcy; at 4:30, V. E. Green
Held against K. E. Steere, and R. A.
Cooke against It. II. Rletow. Tho en
try lists still lemaln open for a few
days for playeri who desire to enter
In men's doubles, Indies' doubles nnd
singles, and mixed doubles.
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Totals 37 4 7
C. A. C.
1 2 3 4 S
Runs 0 0 0 10
II. II 0 0 12 0
12 3 4 5
Runs 0 0 0 0 0
D. II 0 12 1
Two-baso hits, Aklna
bases on balls, off Esplnda 1, Aklna 3;
struck out, by Esplnda 5, Aklna 6;
sacrifice hit, W. A)au; doilblo play. Es
plnda to Correa. Timo of game, 1 hour
45 minutes; umpire, Ed. Fernandez;
scorer, W. T. Rajioso.
SMITH HB DOT
Franklo Smith Issued a challenge
to Ilcllly Just before the contest Sat
urday night, atking for a match In
case he should win from Leahy. Tho
mill will probubly coroo oft in the
near future and should bo Interest
ing, as Smith U said to be a lad with
much class und a wad of nerve. Mc
Ridden challenged Reilly also and
the latter took him up, McFadden
then qualified his challenge by stip
ulating weight at 128 pounds. Reil
ly did not make any reply to the mod
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 17.
In tho annual Freshman Rugby foot-
ball game between llerkeloy and
Stanford, IlerLeley scored 21 und
K It it
flOD TENNIS MIRKS
The preliminary matches In tho
men's singles tennis tournament for
the championship of Hawaii were to-
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n char go of converting to hla own use
$709.61 of tho company's funds.
John McClurg, president of the Cos
mopolitan National bank of Pittsburg,
and for many jcars a well known bust
ness man of that city, dlod at Tils homo
It wns luck of training that de
feated Joe Qagnon, the plucky lad
fiom the destioyer Stewart who went
up against Charlie Weber In the pre
liminary. Gagnon had undergone
absolutely no training, yet he went
tho limit nnd wouleil Weber badly,
Ohen a few weeks' training und ho
vuuld bo able to put It nvci the local
hid. U -v
Gagnon Is n long, rangy fellow
who looks almost shlpwrccky around
tho legs. He Is us quick ns chain
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