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How Ketchel Wrested
The Belt From Papke
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 27.
The defeat of Hilly- I'npko In eleven
rounds at Coffroth's Mission street
arena by Stanley Ketchel yesterday
proved the biggest upset In modern
ring history, and one of the greatest
retcrsals of form ever known In
sport. On a race track such a result
would call for an official accounting.
Yesterday Papke did not show a
punch that was really a convlncer
during the whole time. Ketchel was
us open as a barn door, yet Papke,
who Is supposed to bo a neat short
armed puncher, never sent one clean
to the point of Kctchel's chin In the
entire fight. Not slnco the days of
Tom Allen did any man ever win
back a championship as did Ketchel
There Is one thing certain, and
that Is that the sure-thing contin
gent was down heavily on Ketchel.
All the bojs who usually favor tho
ace In the hole strung their money
The training of neither man In
this fight was quite as serious as the
public like to see. and while both
men apparently fought hard, Papke
Burely made an Indifferent showing
for a man who came here so strongly
touted as a great hitter and truo one.
After tho men had been milling vi
ciously In tho first round, with
Ketchel having a slight advantage,
Ketchel shot over a right-hand
punch that found resting place flush
on the Jaw of Papke. The Illinois
man went to the mat. his head strik
ing the canvas with a crack that
could be heard the length and
breadth of the entire arena. Tho
punch was a cruel one. It had all
the force and vim In the lithe body
of Ketchel back of It.
In the second round of fighting
Papke seemed to take a new lease of
life. He was the picture of confi
dence and seemed to have recovered
from that deadly punch that Ketchel
landed on him In the opener. The
men 'had a lively mlxup and Ketchel
landed several stinging lefts to Pap
ke's nose and body.
Ketchel landed a left-hand Jab on
Papke's nose In this round which
started the blood. Even at this early
stage Ketchel's blows seomed to have
far tho greater sting to them. Papke
contented himself with trying to out
box Ketchel In this period and plain'
ly did bo, though It was evident that
If ho didn't manage to land harder
than he was doing he was In for a
In the third spasm of fighting Pap
ke continued to rely on his boxing
ublllty and he made Ketchel miss
several wild swings, but the Mich I
gander managed to land some telling
blows both ut short range and In
long boxing on the Illinois man's
body and face In this period Ketch
el landed two blows on Papke for ev
ery one he received In return.
From the third round until the
ninth the lighting was practically the
same. Papke seemed a trifle the bet
ter boxer, but that terrible wallop
that he was supposed to have possess
ed seemed to be lacking. Very likely
the hnid left that Ketchel landed on
rapxes midsection in the opener
took all the steam out of Pupke's
Ketchel Sends Panke To Hat
in me iiimn spasm Ketcnel landed
a haid loft on Pupke's buck, which
sent him sprawling across the ring,
Papke seemed to trip and almost went
to the floor. The blow did not appear
to injuro Papke very mwch, as lis
fought buck desperately before the
bell closed the lound.
In the tenth round Ketchel seemed
to want to close the fight. He fought
desperately ut the body and had plain
ly the better of the Illinois scrupper,
but tho Thunderbolt fought calmly
and did not uppear to be In any pui-
tlcular distress. Old ling followei
close to the ringside marveled ut
Papke's ability to take a lacing ut
this stage of the going.
Ketchel hud ull tho better of- the
lust spasm of lighting, and the llrst
light hook that he landed on Papke
In this lound nit the lllluoUju In a
very bad way. It wus n left Hush on
the chin that put Papke away.
After the light Jones declared ve
hemently that Papke did not fight
his battle, and that he was teally
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
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" LONG-DELAYED MATCH
" WILL BE PLAYED
8 The long-delayed tennis 8
8 match to determine tho cham- 8
8 plonshlp In men's doubles will 8
8 be played on the Pacific Tennis 8
8 Club courts Saturday, Dec. 12. 8
8 The match will be between the '8
8 holders of the title, W. P. Both 8
8 and C. It. Cooke, and the chat- 8
8 lengers, A. It. Cunha and W. L. 8
8 Warren. 8
not out, but that tho simultaneous
counting of both the referee and Of-
flcla 1 Timekeeper George Harding
confused him. According to Joned.
and Papke the Illinois man relied on
the referee's count, and they assert
he stopped counting after he reached
Papke will remain In town several
days and will endeavor In every pos
sible way to secure a return match
with Ketchel, but up to a late hour
last night the Mlchlgander did not
Beem. Inclined to have any more bus
iness with the Illinois Thunderbolt.
Manager Tom Jones said that Papko
did not fight his usual battle, and
declared that he stood ready and will
ing to send his man against Ketchel
again on anything like fair terms,
and as each fighter has a knockout
over the other there Is a .strong? like
lihood that they will meet again.
The Illinois man fought a clean
battle and feels entitled to a return'
match. He has one knockout over
Ketchel, while Ketchel has a knock
out and a 10-round decision over.
Papke. ;' v
If the men should ever come to
gether again and Papke did pot show
a great deal better punching ability
'that he did yesterday ho could hardly
hope to win from Ketchel.
Papke's 'gamencss made a great hit
with the crowd. While, upder t,ho
severest punishment he 'failed to do
any running away and fought toe to
toe with "Ketchel In every round.
Once Ketchel pushed Papke through
the ropes, and as the men were shov
ed back again Into the ring the new
champion apologized to his fallen
Papke Shows His Defeat
lly a wonderful effort Papke man
aged to regain his feet after this wal
lop, but he was clearly at sea, and
though ho managed to rush Into u
clinch with Ketchel and momentarily
stavo off defeat. It was easy to Bee
that he was a beaten man. His eyes
were glassy and rolled In their sock
ets. When Ketchel saw his advantage
ho pressed It. He was upon Papke
like u wolf und fnnged him with
right and left cuffs about tho head
and body until he finally opened him
up. When Ketchel got Papke In a
position where his Jaw was a target
for his list, he swirled his body back
a lilt, steudled himself and shot in
that deadly left of his, the premlef
punch of the modern ring, The blow
landed right on the point of Papke's
chin, He sagged and went to the
lloor dared badly. Though In dlro
listless, Papke showed a wonderful
pretence of mind und made u game
and utllnnt attempt to arise us the
fatal soconds were being tolled off.
I'upke was up on his feet nfter
resting 11 seconds on tin mat und
he seemed a much chagrined fighter
when Itefpree, Jack Welsh Informed
htm that victory had gone against
him. Illlly declared that he was con
fused iu tlto count and said he was
watching Jack Welsh count instead
of the timekeeper.
Two minutes nnd thirty-nine sec
oiuls of the round hud been spent
when Papke took the punch thut put
llm out 'of the running, hut even
hud he gotten up boforo the referee
hud counted his chances uwuy, ho
would hardly have been able to wea
ther out the round. He was badly
dazed after he arose, and stood open
mid helpless us a child.
t Ketchel showed himself u far su
perior puncher to Papke, und though
the Illinois man seemed a bit the
cleverer boxer ho did not uppear to
have the proper force back of his
blows to stop the onrush of Ketchel
at uny stago of the game. The Mich
igan Mon had every round but the
teiond. In this period It looked as
though Papke had u chance to win
In u huiry. Hilly also held Ketchel
oven in the third ion ml, but every
other round was Kctchel's, and by no
small or hair-splitting margin.
DOTS AND DASHES FE0M
THE REALM OF SPORT
Manager Jones contemplates a Eu
ropean tour with Papke and Kauf
man. Krnnkio Nell adopts novel method
of training for his fight with Moran.
Long shots split the card with pub
lic choices at Emeryville race track.
Kansas Price learns of mysterious
death of his wife In the East,
Australian tennis crack beats
American In final of the Victorian
Mudders run to form at Emeryville
and only one outsider' gets the mon
ey. Stanford oarsmen call tff the boat
race at Naples, Calif.
Hough riding mars running of
Clay handicap at Emeryville.
Jockey Willlle Martin returns from
Germany and will spend season In
Captain Ilalph Ilutler of U. C.
takes blame for six points scored by
Option taken on land near Reno,
Nev confirms rumor of establish
ment of racing plant.
Hat .Nelson Is In Hegewlsch look
ing nfter property and writing biog
raphy. J. Cal Ewlng returns from East
with authority to adjust tho Stato
and Coast League differences.
Edward Corrlgan to try to save
racing game In Louisiana.
Reagan beats Williams and Frltch
knocks out Loague at Reliance Club,
j University of California clears
I1C.240.9S on tho big football game,
i Stockton and San Jose to play post
series of Ave games.
Hlldreth leads list of winning own
ers who have secured more than $S0O
so far this season.
'Powers leads winning list of Jock
eys and last week added nine to the
score of firsts for the'year.
Owen Moran and'Frnnkle Nell are
to fight twelve rounds In Uoston.
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OREAT SHOOT PROJECTED
Invitations To Participate in Interna
tional Target' Consent Will Be
Sent 'Foreign Countries
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 19.
Next Septeihber will witness the
greatest gathering of International
riflemen ever seen In this country.
The State Department has been en
trusted with formal invitations from
the National Rifle Association, of
which General James A. Drain Is
president, to be forwarded to the Em
bassadors and Ministers from nine
teen countries interested In rifle
shooting. These countries will be
formally Invited to be represented by
rifle teams at the coming Internation
More elaborate plans are being
made for this Berles of matches than
ever. In addition to the Palma
match for the military long range
championship of the world, which
was won In 1907 by tho American
team nt Ottwu, there will be an Indi
vidual competition at 1000 yards; a
team match at 300 meters, and a re
volver team competition at CO yards.
Tho Invitations will be forwarded
by tho State Department to the diplo
matic representatives of the different
countries In Washington, to their
milltury attaches here, nnd through
the American Embassadors and Min
isters abioad, The nineteen coun
tries und colonies Invited are Eug
land, Canada, Australia, France,
Switzerland, tho Netherlands, Nor
way, Denmaik, Sweden, Italy, Ger
many, Austria, Greece, Mexico, Ar
gentine Republic, Urazll, Spain, Del
glum, and Japan.
The matches will take place after
the national and other matches here,
so there will he no conflict In dates.
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