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Shin-lock, welterweight champion of the rnclflc I'lect, fell n
lcllm to tlio sleep-producing Jolts of Frommpr's right mm rtml
lmsieil nwny In the seventh round at the Independence Cluli Inst
1-YaiiMo Smith fulled to make much of n chowlng when pit-
ted against Ti Inkle. lie was gnmo to tlio back-bone, but ho
could not stop the rnln of blows which hlg heady adversary
unowned upon lititi. The mill went fifteen rounds and was called
11 di 11 w by the referee. ;
Ten rounds of vigorous milling between two giant negroes
of the .Inck Johnson typo gave the admirers of the whalers nil
that they could nsk last night. The referee Called it a draw and
every one was satisfied,
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I.o Itol eat niort; le le Itol! Shur
lock, champion welterweight of tlio
r.irlflc Tleet, Is or the past. Hence
forth among the "has-liccns" only
ran his name ho reglstcied. In the
seventh lound of u grueling fight In
the Independence Club areun last
night, he was placed permanently on
the letlicd list by Kionimcr, tlio chal
lenger for llstlc recognition.
Tlio mill was n great one gicat
In eery particular. It was cleanly
fought, cleanly rcferecd, cleanly con
ducted, and In every way nboo ie
proach Xo better go has ever been
Though defeated, Shurlock was fnr
from disgraced. Sent to the floor re
peatedly, lie came back at Ill's oppo
nent with dctci initiation and, up (III
the end, struggled to land a haymak
er. Old Against New
It was the old story of old school
against the new Tom Sharkey ver
sus Hob Fltzslnmions. Slim lock was
I there, he took his gruelling like a
(Spartan, and tiled to conin back; but
the pitiless niniR of Kiommer working
like automatons, kept up their activ
ity and Inch by Inch the husky chnm-
plon was lieaten Into Insensibility.
When Kiommer nnd Shurlock
Kiuaicd off at the opening of the
mill It did, not seem possible that thu
challenger roitld escape coming to'
gilef Slnnlock, stocky, big of neck,
mil with muscles that, though pll-
eble. stood out all over his body,
looked a formidable customer for any
man. Fiumnier, tall, thin, nnd rath
er pale-looking, seemed outclassed. -
Hut hardly had the gong sounded
for the call for war when tho fallacy
of jjnnp Judgment was shown. Krom
nier was evidently very much there.
Men Are Cautious
In the Ilrst round thero was com
paratively llttlo doing. Hoth men
spat red and Fromuier sent In enough
light talis to show what bo could do
when lie got leady.
In tlio second they began to mix
It a little. Finding that ho was get
ting tlio worst of It nt long range.
Slnnlock tried to como to close quar
teis. Frommer fought shy nt first
hut stepped In nnd landed an nwful
wallop to jaw Just as the gong rang.
It was riommer's lound.
In tho third Finmmcr began to get
busy. Repeatedly ho landed In bead
and wind and his opponent was help
less when tho cracks came. Shurlock
fought up gamely but ho could net
nianngo to eonnert and the gong
found him much woirlcd. From
Tho fomth lound was but a repe
tition of the third. Shurlock was
cnnie, but rrommer wns too clover
for him. Try nB ho would, tho cham
pion could not plant n telling punch.
One Punch Did It
In tho llfth Fionimcr landed tho
real sleeping potion In tho shnpo of
a deadly wallop to tho solar ploxus.
Shurlock doubled up llko n knlfo
and, grabbing hold of Frommer to
steady himself, lushed his adversary
clear ncioss the ring.
That was tho real end of tho mill.
Shurlock kept nt It for two rounds
iiimo by sheer 'pluck, going to tho
floor four times. Kach tlmo that ho
camo back bo was eheeied and ho
tiled to leturn sonio of his opponent's
blows, but ho was helpless. Finally,
In tho seventh, Finmnier sent Shur
lock to the mat for good with a
smashing light to tho Jaw,
.Though Shurlock was backed heav
ily by tho men of tho squadron thcio
was not a murmur of dissatisfaction.
When ho collected bis wits enough
to look nround, he was greeted with
a chorus of cheers that nearly took
off the roof. He wns a beaten man,
but he had demonstrated that ho Is a
Fox of the destrojer Ferry, him
self a boxer of more than moderate,
ability, officiated as referee. Ills work
was thoroughly satisfactory and tho
fans will be glad to see more of him
when ho returns here.
After the fight Shurlock expressed
a dcslro for another go at Frommer.
It Is doubtful, however, If any fighter
can undergo tho dreadful gruelling
that Shurlock did last night and be
the same man ufterward.
Weekly bulletin SS Pep Year I
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
PHONE 200. ,
SMITH A PARCEL
Sam Trlnkle, champion lightweight
of the Pacific Fleet, handed Frankle
Smith his bunch last night. The
light wns called a draw, but Trlnklo
had the best of It all the way through
except In gameiiess. No man could
have shown more nerve than Smith
When tho incii stopped into tho
ling It was lilaln that Trlnkle out'
weighed Smith by a good margin.
It was ill so patent that Smith was
not up to form. Ills eyes did not
have their usual clear appearance
and his checks were sallow.
Trinkle in Fine Shape'
Ti Inkle, on tho other hand, was
evidently In bettor shnpo than ho
has been nt any tlmo since landing
licit. Ills long legs wcro like steel
springs and ee, brain; and list wero
ntiined to a nicety. Every opening
was taken full ndvantugo of and be
fore the fight was well under way,
Smith wnt bleeding fiom nose and
TilnMu fought with u FItzsIm-
mons otolith which worried the
plucky llttlo San Franclscun consid
erably. Ho would keep Frankle nt
urm's length and, when the llttlo
lad tried to mix It, would rip In with
it left that Jolted tho boy's head.
Hut Smith showed an ability to
take punishment that wns astonish
ing. Hound uftec round he came up
strong and ready for more, tliougH
Trlnkle landed two blows to his one.
Strong at In-Fighting
Mailing mat It was suiciuni to
play TilnUlc's game of glvo nnd tnko
nt long range. Smith tiled to mix
It on occasion. Then his ability us
an In-flghter began to show up and
he punished the sailor severely lu
tho wind. Hut lack Of condition told
beto and bo was unable to keep up
Joo Leahy and Clinrllo Ilcllly were
standing behind the. ropes In Smith's
corner with tholr arms on each oth
er's shoulders, urging tho llttlo Frls
io lad to wado In nnd work nt closo
qiiinlcrs. Hoth looked worried when
Smith tried loug-rnnge sparring nnd
motioned lolently for him to closo.
Tho lefereo called tho mill a draw,
probably becauso'of tho gamo spirit
that Smith showed. Tho sailor's
bnekeis olecd their dissatisfaction
In loud teiniB, but Trlnklo took tho
Tiluklo demonstrated conclusive
ly that he ban championship mate
rial In his makeup. Put him in
training under tho past masters of
tho llstlc ait nnd ho will glvo nn ac
count of hlmsolf In Bomo very classy
company beforo ho gets through.
Smith's showing cannot be taken
as a fair specimen of what tho lad Is
capable. Ills condition wns so pal
pably poor that to Judgo him by last
night's performance would bo not
only unfair but foolish.
BRINGS ON A RIOT
For a fow minutes after the nil-
nouneement of tho decision In tho
Trlnkle-Smlth go last night, It looked
iih though theio might bo something
doing, a crowd of sailors, claiming
that Trlnklo had been robbed, Jump
ed Into the ring and surrounded Jim
no Fox, who tendered the decision.
Fox vainly tried to explain, but
the men were determined In their
stand and things looked pretty bad
for a few minutes. A naval ofllccr
hastily sprung into the ring, how
ccr, and, taking Fox by tho arm,
conducted him safely from tho midst
of the Infuriated bluejackets.
MAKE THINGS HUM
Ait event, not down on the pro
gram, proved one of the most enter
taining of any at last night's mill.
Two giant black men, Turner of tho
California nnd Ttirpln of tho South
Dakota, wont n terrific 10-round go
for a pur so of $250 subscribed by tho
men of their ships nnd n sldo bet of
it like amount.
Hoth men wcto out after blood and
tho way they slashed around wns a
caution. And they weren't muts,
cither. Hoth wete accomplished box
ers and wero out to win.
Each of the rounds was a whirl
wind performance. Crash! banc!
smash I Pile-driver fists camo into
contact with brown muscles with n
noise that could be heard half a
block away. Thero would bo n rapid
exchange of blows nnd then tho men
would dnnco away as lightly as any
featherweight that ever entered tho
Turner of the California may not
hnvo the magnificent physlquo of the
road knight's namesake, -but he show
ed mo'ro ability as a boxer nnd moro
shiftiness on hi? feet Inst night. Tur
pln wns almost ponderous nt times
nnd, In trying to land n deciding
blow, ho took a multltudo of punches
which almost closed his eyes and
drew blood from his noso and mouth.
Hut the highwayman was game
and every round found him anxious
to mix things. As there was little
to choose between tho work of tho
men In the tenth, tho referee called
It n draw.
MEET THEIR WATERLOO
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 20. The Koto
baseball team defeated tho Fleet
team In n 15-inning game.
Tho Kclo College baseball team
showed their wonderful Improvement
slnco their arrival in Honolulu by
defeating a picked team from the
Fleet yesterday afternoon after fif
teen Innings of hard playing. This
Is tho first of a scries of games to be
plajed during the stay of the Fleet
in Japanese waters.
The following rearrangement of
handicaps has been made for tho
Tan sail Cup golf tournament which
will bo held at Moanalua next Sunday:
Geo. Angus, 3; F. II. Armstrong,
t! K. W. Atkinson, 18; W. H. llab-
bltt. 18; E. C. llrown, 8; S. Heatd-
more, 18; St. C. Ilidgood, 12; Judge
Ilallou, 18; A. V. Hottomley. 18;
K. M. Campbell. 9; II. C. Carter. 16:
J. Cullen, Jr., 12; 0. P. Cox, 10; 7..
C. Copcland, IS; W. F. Dillingham,
18; J. C. Evans, 9; A. F. Ewnrt, 15;
C. E. Edmunds, 12; J. W. Fnrwcll,
18; J. I). Gallics, 14; Thos. Gill, scr.;
II. S. Gray, IS; F. Halstend, 5; C.
I). High, 5; D. II. Hitchcock, 18; E.
U Hutchinson, 15; T. M. Harrison,
18; Geo. Iscnbcrg, IS; It. A. Jordan,
IS; Horaco Johnson, 15; A. E. Jor
dan, 18; J. Knlanlanaolc, 15; C. Kim
ball, IS; J. D. Mclnerny, 18; E. A.
Mott-Smltb, 15; C. II. Merrlnm, IS;
Dr. F. M. McCnllum, IS; A. S. Mnha-
ulil, 5; C. G, Owens, 18; J, S. Ormc,
12; SI. A. Robinson, 15; H. P. Itotb,
18; J. G. ilothwoll, 18; M. Phillips,
18; Wm. Simpson, 10; F. C. Smith,
15; J. G. Spencer, 18; H. G. Spencor,
IS; E. W. Sutton, 18; A. E. Todd,
IS; F. C. Wnldron, 18; II. H. Walk
er, 6; F. T. P. Watcrhouse, 18; E. J.
Waterman, 15; C. S. Weight, 15; E.
0. White, 5; Austin White, scr.; H.
A. Wlldor, 12; J. A. Wildor, 18; S.
G. Wilder, 10; II. C. Waldron, 18;
AIpx. Walker, 18; J, 0. Young, 9;
Wm. Woon, 15; Dr. Wood, 12; Dr. A.
Wall, 15; Dr. O. E. Wnll, 15.
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Frommer was a strong favorlto
with the men from his ship yestor
day nnd a bag of money was sent
In to wager on tho Oght. During tho
piellmlnnry talk bluejackets passed
through tho audience offering to cov
er Shulock moiioy In any quantity,
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