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Miller Outclassed By
Clever Dick Sullivan
Sulillcr Milter proved but n
.for IiIh levcl-hcmlcri ring RcncrnlMilp
!nncl absolute coolncis helled Ills boy
pin) thing lit tbc lunula of Dick
Silllhun m the Orplicum Sat
in diiy night, and went to Slum
bcrlnitil In tbo curly pnrt of the
Mcl'nililen put Young Terry
to Bleep with but llttlo apparent
olfort after Icfcs tbnn ono mln-
ute of the second round's allot-
ted time bad expired. Terry
tried hard, but "Muck" proved
entirely too much for hint.
Tufty McCulloiigli, who was
slated to go four rounds with
llociuet, did not materialize. The
sailor therefore went four
rounds with Young 8cotty In a
bout which whs called a draw.
bout which was called a draw.
Through ono round and a small
p.irt of another, Trunk Miller man
aged to stand up against Dick Sulll
nn at the Orphcum Saturday night,
and then he passed gracefully Into
Slumbrrland. It was so much Sulll-
un-8 fight that the soldier's brief
life een nppcarcd to owe Its exist
ence to tbc good humor of his oppo
There was noNcr n minute from
the time the gong announced the
opening of the first round that Miller
had the least chance In the world. It
is hardly true to say that he was out
fought, for there was no fight to It
at all; It was a caso of a game nov
ice against a wise old ring general.
Miller was the first to enter tho
arena, and his appearance was much
In his fnor. His broad, powerful
chest and heavy biceps gave him the
appearance of a man who could take
any amount of punishment and still
be In condition to land a slumber
producer on his opponent. Hut ap
pearances proved deceptive. A tap
on -the Jaw In the early part of tho
second round proved his undoing.
After the men entered the ring,
considerable time was spent In argu
ing about conditions. Soldier Mil
ler's supporters did not appro; o of
the referee selected. Finally Jack
Scully was decided upon as the man
quite agreeable to both and that part
of the question was settled.
Next arose the question of corners,
but that was soon settled.
Then came the agreement with re
gard to breakaways In clinches. The
men argued back and forth In the
center of the ring for probably ten
minutes the fans becoming more
and more Impatient before the an
nouncer stepped to tho ropes and an
nounced that the men had agreed to
a clean break.
Miller cvidontly wanted to break
at tho command of the rcfereo or to
bit with ono arm. free, and after he
got Into action tho reason for his In
sistence becanfe patent.
Tho mlnuto tho men stepped to the
tenter of the ling and shook hands,
it wns easily to bo seen what tho out
come was going to be. Miller started
hopping around like a Jumplng-Jack
and moving his arms up and down In
front otitis face like flails.
Sullivan Very Cool
Sullivan hardly moved from his
tracks, contenting himself with ob
serving the hopping man In front ot
him. Once in a while he turned his
body Bllghtly so ns to face the soldier
In somo new position that he had
taken, hut with the exception ot an
occasional tap on tho khaki ono'n
face, he did not move, evidently pre
ferring to let Miller tiro himself out,
ns ho seemed bent on doing.
At the beginning of the second
round, Miller evidently realized that
ho had bitten oft a larger chunk than
ho could chew, and went In hoping
to land a huymaker. He was game
to the tore, and rushed Sullivan like
a maddened bull. lie might. Just as
well have charged a stone wall, how
ever, for any effect It had.
In this round, Miller began to hit
In the clinches, though warned re
peatedly to desist, finally, when the
round was ubout half over, Sullivan
passed over a right to his opponent's
'Jaw, nnd Miller crumpled up on the
cuuviis-covcied lloor, all tho light ta
ken out of him. The referee counted
as a formality, but the prostrate lad
Miller Is dame
Miller showed plenty ot nerve and
a willingness to do things, but he
was never In It for a moment. Ills
vciy attempts at shiftiness destroyed
nil chance that he might hnvo had ot
doing an) thing, for he never stood
still long enough to plant n blow
with nil) Hte.iiu behind It,
Sullivan domonstinted clearly Hint
J lie stands In a clasu by lilmsell here,
Ish fnce and eager ccs.
Tho first preliminary was to hao
been between Kid lloquct ot tho Na
vy rind Tufty McCullough of tho lin
glncers. McCullough was not on
hand,' however, so Young Scotty was
called-Into service Instead. .
Scotty had had absolutely no train
ing nnd It looked like senseless
slaughter. He freely said that ho
expected to be defeated, but he work
ed hard to glvo the audience Its mon
c)'h worth. Ho showed nn ability to
place blows where ho wanted them,
but his punches lacked steam and ho
wns soon In evident distress.
However, ho clenrly demonstrated
that It was lack ot training that was
causing his trouble, and, with tho
chances hopelessly against him, he
rushed In nnd mixed things.
Tho contest went tho full four
rounds, however, nnd was declared a
draw, moro owing to Scotty's gnmo
showing than anything else, prob
ably, for lloquet, who was In tho
pink ot condition, showed no signs
of conflict while his opponent could
hardly have lasted much longer.
lloquct Is Improving wonderfully,
though he still leaves himself uncov
ered nt times. He Is a good, clean
fighter, full ot nerve, and Is a still
customer for any ono to go against.
He deserves to secure a match with
somo good man In first-class condi
tion. Let Scotty hate a few weeks
of training and a mill between him
and tho salfor should prove Interest
McFadden Is Winner
The second preliminary, between
Young Terry and Jack McKaddcn wns
about. aB one-sided ns the main event.
It wns scheduled to go eight rounds,
but the red-headed one proved en
tirely too much for his jouns oppo
nent. Early In the first round McKadijcn
drew blood, and It was then simply a
question of how long Terry would be
able to stand the man-killing punches
that he was receiving. He seemed
unable to hit McFadden and when
he finally crumpled up under a stiff
ono to tho face, tho Irish lad picked
him up and carried him to his corner.
It was n very good-natured house
that witnessed tho mill and, though
tho Fort Shatter men had backed
their champion heavily, there was
never a word of grumbling from nny
ot them as they left the Orphcum.
Tho nrrnngements wcro perfect, nnd,
short though tho events were, tho
funs certainly got their money's
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'USERS ARE WINNERS
Japanese Journalists lose To Morn
ing Paper Bunch by Just One
Dy ono Inno run the "risers defeated
tho Shlnpo-Chronlclo baseball team
nt tho leaguo grounds yesterday after
noon, Tho Japancso playors put up
excellent baseball, nnd tho da) break
organ's representatives had to exert
themselves to their utmost to carry
cwa tho palm of victory.
Alter mo gamo tho winners were en-
tcrtalned nt luncheon by 8, Slicba, pro-
pnuior oi mo Hawaii aiunipo and tho
originator of tho American-Japanese
newspaper basoball series.
J no teams lined up as follows:
AH II nil R
I'crelra. cf s nan
J. Illsho. rf ....4 n o n
iiocinguos, an 4
M. Corrcn, ss 4
Chi mil, c. , 4
Achlcu, p 3
P. Pcrolrn, lb , 3
Kupaii. If 3
Sing Hoon, 2b 3
into. an 4 11
Snkalno, ss 3 2
Hideo, c 4 1
Tsuneto, If 0
Nona, it. ,, 4 0
Imannka, cf 3 1
Honda, lb .' 3 0
Hamasakll p. 2 0
Totals , , 28
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GOOD SOCCER SATURDAY
defeated tho runahous 8-0, while the
latter aggregation shut out the Mai
ies 1-0. The teams lined up as fol
lows: Punnhou Wlthlngton, goal; drub
ble and A. N. Oother, full backs:
Dodge, McKlnnon, and A. N. Other,
half backs; Catton, Walker, Mon Yin
V. W. Clarke and Kgan, forwnrds.
Diamond Heads Chilton, goal;
Sherwood and Hickman, full backs;
C. Hughes, N. Lemon, nnd Hob Chll
llngworth, half backs; P. Kea, Abe
Norton, Eddlo Fernandez, Sing Chong
and Carl Oss, forwnrds.
Hob Anderson, referee.
Score, 8 to 0, Diamond Heads.
Malic llclser, goal; McOlll and
Orclg, full backs; Davis,. Center, nnd
II. Andrews, half backs; P. I la I ley,
Hi Chllllngworth, E. Andrews, II. lint
ley, and Dwlght, forwards.
,Y. Mi C. A. Ulckord, goal; Swift
and Dickinson, full backs; Macconol,
J. C. Anderson, and Cnlllo Dixon, half
backs; J. W. Macaulav, II, Drown, T.
Illnck,.a. McKlnlcy, and J. Macaulay
Hob Catton, referee.
Score, 1 to 0, Y. M. C. A.
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KAIIHIS DEFEAT LURLINES
The Kallhls defeated the Lurllncs
yesterday afternoon In n close tcn
Innlng game at Kaplolanl Park. Up
to the ninth, both teams had scored
flvo runs, nnd tho winning Vicpco
was made In the tenth on a wild
throw to the plate. The line-up wns:
Kalihls Manuel Lantnnn, c; Jno
Mascoltc, p; Fred Corrca, lb; Louis
llranco (captain), 2b; John Fredas,
3b; Tom McFce, ss; John Nobrega, If;
John Sllva, rf; Louis Ollvcra, cf.
Lurllnes Geo. Hlwa, c; William
Thornton, p; Al Ahnnn, lb; Gabriel
Thornton (cnptaln), 2b; Geo. Parker
3b; Joq Kaea.iss; M. l'arla, rf; Joo
Martin, If; Foster Wond, cf.
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WHITE AND MUNR0E ARE
TROPHY WINNERS IN Q0LF
The championship for tho scar's
medal play on tho links of tho Hono
lulu Golf Club, was won jcBterday af
ternoon by Austin White, wjto mado
tho bpst gross storo and carried off
tho coveted silver trophy cup. Tho
best net pcoro, and with It tho prom
ised copper stein, was won by Ed Muii
roc; t ,
Tho following Is tho official list of
Austin White. .,40
Wm. Simpson .
G. S. Lclthead .
K. C. Edmunds
J. Cullcn. Sr. .
P. Armstrong .
A. Jordan ....
E. O. Whlto ..
If, II. Walker .
F. W. Klobahn
8. G. Wlldor .
C. T. Wilder . .
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RIVERSIDE JUNIOR LEAGUE
HUMS THINGS ON DIAMOND
Standing of the Riverside Junior
League- Second Senet
Aalas . .
Chlncso Alohas ..1 1
Asahl A. C 2 1
Sweet Violets ....2 0
Comet A. C 1 0
Two good games of tho Hlvcrsldo
Junior Leaguo scrlcB furnished enter
tainment In plenty for tho baseball
fans yesterday afternoon. Th,o AalaB
defeated tho Sweet Violets by a scoro
of 11 to 8, In tho first gamo. In tho
second the Chlneso Alohas bested tho
Asahl Athletic Club to the tunc of 6-3.
Tho members of tho Icacuo aro out
In earnest after the Shingle cup and
there will bo boiiio lively competition
before tho coveted trophy finally
passes Into tho possession of any ono
FUS00S ARE VICTORS IN
B 7 3 101 UAJUi Uf HJSW SERIES
Ily n scoro of 11 to 1 tho Pubook tie.
All ft nil 1: fcatcd tho Asahls in tho first gamo of
.tho Japancso Leaguo sorles yesterday
0 .afternoon on tho leaguo grounds. Tho
1 teams lined up as follows:
0 Asahl Arakl, 3b.; UshlJIma, cf,;
0 Tsunao, lb.; -Klyoshl, p.; Elchl Mori-
0 jama, p.; Imanaka, bs.; Kurisakl, rf,;
Ollkoda, 2b.; KoJlma.lt.
1 Fusoo Matsulchl. 3b.: Yrishlea. Hi
inmasniro, c; Mltsuda, ss.; Nakamo-
4 5 3, to, p.; Arakl. 2b.: Masai oshl. cf.:
Nakamura, If,; Tsuruda, rf.
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New Orleans, Nov. 20. In twenty
rounds of tnmo fighting hero today,
The soccer football contest nt the
league grounds Satunlnv nriernnnn Jimmy Gardiner nnd Jlmmv
resulted in victories for tho Diamond """"''n ''raw. Clnbby was the clovor-
Heails and Y. M. C. A. Tho former n ' ",Kva mnll "cious swings of
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tactics. Gardner worked tho old
bchcmo of holding his opponent's glnvo
miner nis arm anil made It appear as
though Clabbv was holding on.
I ArtiT tho fifteenth round Oniillnor
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