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Sitiioy, N S. V.t Bee 20. Showing
no muru mercy than a grunt Malteso
tut tojlng with n. white mouse. Jnck
Johnson of OalvoBton, Tox , challenger
for tlio world's title, battcrcil Tommy
llurns of Canada, Iho titlo holilei. In
to submission after 14 rounds of fight
ing In which thu ebony boxer showed
all tlio superiority.
Tlio fight wnB stopped by the pollco
officials alter H was evident that thu
Caribou fighter had absolutely no
clianco to win. In tlio thirteenth
round Johnson battel ed Hums so
inv.untv tilifmt tlwi hnilv Hint llin uliltni
man winced und only by tlio greatest!
mental and phvslcul efforts .kept him
velf from crying aloud from tlio kill
Ing punches the negro wus landing on
hi m und beating him down with
Although llurns was never u sctlous
contender und tlio bout was never In
doubt from the first round, when John
ton sent Uurns hooking tlio cam as
from u silent right upiiercut to the
point of the Jaw, until thu fourteenth
round, when tlio police, moved by
mercy, stopped tlio affair, tlio Canuck
put up n game and stubborn battle,
Outpointed In Everything.
Johnson outlioxcd, outgeneraled rind
outfought Iho Canadian In every round
and at times he simply sicmcd to be
I laving with tlio champion. Tlio negro
phowed himself n master at over)
tit)lu of fighting. Johnson was deter
mined and cruel from tlio Btuit und ho
teemed bint on punishing tlio while
inun as much as luy within his power.
"Wnlk right Into thiin, Tommy,
Hint's tlio boy, tuko jour medlclno
nicely," weio tlio taunts that the black
ninn hurled at llurns ns ho sent his
fists shattering cruelly and unmcicl
fully Into vulnerable spots.
When Burns loft the ring ho was
racily marred. Ills ojes wero In bad
thapo, tlio left ono being practically
closed and tlio right ono badly bruised
und blackened. Tonimj's lips vvcro nl
to swollen to twice their natural size,
nnd ho was altogether un iinprcpos
tossing and (uttered nthlcto as ho
was helped out of tlio ring Johnson
was tlio first to enter thu ring Ho
wns attended by Mulllnn, Unholz,
J.ang, Dryant and Sam ritzpatrlck
Johnson had haidly reposed hiniBolf In
his chair when llurns climbed through
tlio ropes, smlllnK nnd confident
I.airy Keating. O'Domicl, O'Keefu,
llurko and ltussol attended thu cham
pion. After posing for tho pictures the
men wero Uven their final Instructions
b rttfaroo Mcintosh, mill they wero
Taunts With Blows,
Never In tho entire history of tho
ting In this country did two men seem
moio eager lor tho Issue The) taunt
td mid jeered nt each other as the)
hqimu'il off Aftor tho men had spar-
rtd n short tlmo, they wont Into a
beat Hko embrace, bulling enih othci
about Iho ring und promising on tho
pnit of each an unmorclful lacing for
tho other ilrcaklng nvvny from tho
clinch tho mcil span oil opetil) Sill
denly Johmou fc 111 led with Ills left
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for "10 bod) ami Uurns uncovered his
Floored by a flight.
Tho niRu was what Johnson Ind
planned, ami llko tho dart of a serpent
his right arm shot up to nurn's chin
Tommy fell llko n log and tlio specta
tors thought tho fight was oej, but
Hums, from n crouching posture, nd
vised Ills Bcconds that ho wus all right
and could continue'.
At tho count of "eight" tho Cana
dian rose and snlleil In close to John
son, fighting haul for the negro's body
Ileforo tho round closed Johnson shot
over his right to Tommy's head and
sent him reeling across tho ling
llurns landed n tolling right m John
ton's chin just beforo tho bell
When Tommy enmo up for tho sec
( nd round ho seemed u b(t slinky, nnd
Johnson Immediately Started taunting
him, crlng to him to "conic on right
In." Hums needed little encourage
incut, or ho pressed to close quai ters
Immediately. Johnson clipped llurns
on tho ch,n mid sent his head back
White tho men wero sparling Burns
clipped nnd fell to his knees, but was
up Immediately. Just before tho gong
tho big negro planted his right on
Iltirna' left ejo and that member start
ed to swell nnd go out of commission
Tho obon whirlwind liammcied Tom
my hard about tho head In this round
and nt thu closer Huron was bleeding
freoly from tho noso und mouth
In tho third llurns resorted to spii-
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECHXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE. PHONE 190.
OPEN 4 P. M. WEEK DAYS
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iIiir and Bldo stepped and ho showed
up well, though Johnson inmmewd
him eovousI) about tho kldncjs.
Punished Swollen Eye.
Johnson started tho fourth round bj
pin) Ing for Uurns' swollen uyo and
taunting him about his Inability to
I mix, Tlio negro h immerod rights and
lefts Into Hums' stomach und tho lat
tcr becnied entirely bewildered by tho
cleverness und catlike movements of
Iho gicat black battering ram In front
of him Johnson lauded three blows
to Hums' ono In this round, ami tho
negro was plainly tlio heavier pun
l lie sixth round opened with n
clinch. On tho breakiwny Johnson
i out hard rights and lofts to Toumiv 's
stomach mid simply lauded at will on
tho whlto man
Johnson appeared to want to con
cludo It In tho seventh period, for as
soon ns ho heard tho bell ho hurtled
ncrogH tho ring llko n black Spanish
bull charging u icd Hug. Ho sailed
Into tho Canadian nnd boat his nets
iigulnst Hums' body with tho prod-
don of n suaio drummer. Hums tried
to ovnde the blows, but tho negro was
I ot to bo denied and ho gave Tommy
n terrible body battering In this
At tho closo of tho seventh round
Johnson dropped Burns to tho floor
for a fovv seconds.
mo oigtu ami ninth rounds wero
till Johnson's Ho seemed to hnmllo
(SATURDAY 1:30 P. M.)
Tho All llawallans wilt pin) thcli
I st practice- gimo this nftornoou A
picked lentil, chosen from tho baseball
lines pf tlio ciiMncei und mailue
eoips, will oppose tho Fernandez
lunch, und nsldo from thu Intel est
vhlch will attach to tho first public
,1'rrormnucc of tho All llawallans, tho
gimo will bo well worth seeing from u
Tlio g-imo will bo played on the
'eaguo giouuds ut 3 30 o'clock. Tho
AM Havvullnns have been getting In
tome telling practice during tho past
week and will doubtless glo an Inter
oi ting exhibition of what baseball real
Captain I'omandcz Is anxious td
hne u good, representative gathering
of fans out, In order to lend oncour
nrement to the plajtrs.
Turn out for the practice
ganio between tho AH-ltnwull-
uiif and tho picked Knglncei-
-Marine team. There will bo
some good basebull and tho
ffaino will bo well worth seeing
' At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon -t-
tho piny will begin
You, Air. Kan, make an cspo-
clnl efTort to bo on hand. The
All-Hnwnlluns uro working In
the Interest of jour fnvorlte
pastime; they deserve encour-i
iiRcment. Don't sit around In
onr bonie or otllce and leave the
looting lo somebody else. Proxy
i- enthusiasm Isn't worth u rap.
' Uet busy! Turn out! Spend
some caifurot Threc-thlrt)
o'clock Is tho time.
Entry List Will
Tho "ntry lists for Sundays walking
raco will closo this evening, and nil
pedestrians who want to get In on tho
contest will have to make liasto In af
fixing their names to the books or
hoy ina find themselves left out In
Thcro Is every Indication thnt all of
'io events will bo well filled, as the
committeemen aro In receipt of manv
communications from prospective com
petitors. It Is 'possible Hint several
(oldlcrs ami marines will put their
ni.mes down for tho fray, and test
their skill against tho civilian cham
pions. Tho trophy list has Increased In size
until It Is now cry attractive, und nil
of tho prizes nro well worth strlying
C. A. C. Elects
Tho annual meeting of tho Chinese
Athletic Club was held at tho Chinese
Y. M. C. A. hall last night. I'resldont
V. Kim Chong wus unublo to bo pros
cnt and tho meeting was presided over
by Vlco President I-nu Tang.
Aftor tho routine business had been
completed, the election of offlcors for
tho ensuing year took place, resulting
ns follows: Jos. (loo Klin, president;
w. Tin Ynn, vlco president; K. S.
Kong, recording secretary; J. Y, T,
Znno, corresponding secretary; John
I.o, treasurer; K. C. Yap, assistant
treasurer; Philip Wong, auditor; I.uu
Tung, manager; Mnn Yin, nssistnnt
Hums llko a marlnnetto nnd pushed
mm about tho ring and hit him at will,
In tho tenth round tho fast paco be
gau to tell ami both soemod a bit tir
ed, Durus from tho beating bo was
taking, and Johnson from tils own ex
ertions. Toward tho close of tho
round Johnson wont to bis task again
nnd landed hard lefts on Tommy's
Tried Hard In Eleventh.
rttzputritk ndvlsed Johnson to wind
It up In the eleventh. Tho negro was
perspiring freoly. Hums swung his
right repeatedlj in this round with
tho hopo of landing a hay maker, but
Johnson easily evaded tho punches
ino twelfth round was n disastrous
ono for HuriiB. Tho crushing rights
nnd lofts to tho body that tho negro
landed told heavily on him nnd It was
apparent that ho could not last much
Tho unlucky thirteenth was another
bad session for tho Canadian. John
ton kopt smashing Tommy's bad eyo
i nd that member was terribly swollen.
llurns kopt trying Ineffectively to land
his right In this round, but tho negro
laughed ut him nnd battered htm
when nnd where ho pleased. At tho
end of this round tho pollco officials
held n conference nbout putting n Btop
to it, nut they decided to give Tommy
mother last try.
In the tlnal round Hums was wenk
ond Johnson went after him llko nn
enraged tlgor. Ho sent tho Canuck
to tho floor with a right to tho head
H O Hall & Son are In receipt of
the following communication from
llcnrj ! Ilcckley, regarding the per
formance of his Chalmers-Detroit 30:
"I have completed a rather rough
trip around the Island of Hnwall In
my Clmlmers-IJetrolt 30 nnd got back
home here with n perfect score. I
started out from Wnlinca Un Hnuin-
l.uu In cnmpnnv with nut
which broke down at Oot uli. nnd
had to be towed into Hllo. nt Ookaln
the part) that drove over wero met
bv Lewis' I'runklln llig Six and ar
rived In Hllo thirty minute after I
did I hud to travel through forty
miles of mud from one foot deep to
two feet, and tho little tourabout
with four of us In It exerted nil ot
her 30 horsepower Prom Hllo four
machines started, Lewis' 1'ranklln go
Ing ns far as Walohlnti, and the rest,
n Ktssclkni 40 of Mr Parker's, n
Thomas-Detroit 40, nnd m '30,'
went otgether over tho Knhuku lavn
How for Walloon through Komi About
hnlf wuy over the new flow tho Kis
sel Kur broko n steering knuckle nnd
so wo hud to divide the passengers
between the two remaining cars nnd
pulled Into Wnlinca the following
da, showing that the two Detrotts
had completed u hard endurance run.
You can use this for publication,
and refer ou to Mr. Parker, Mr.
Shingle, Mr. Henry Afong, nnd Mr.
(leo C Ilcckley, who wero nil In tlio
party and they can vouch for the cur.
"Prom Hllo to Mr. J Mcdulre's,
n distance of 1C0 miles. Including thu
12 miles of lava, I only used 1J gal
lons of gasoline
"Yours very truly,
"(Signed) UCXIIY P. IIL'CKLKY."
Dick SUIIIvan is back from Hllo
with a smile on his faco that Indi
cates that ho had a pretty fair tlmo
while away, lie will probably bo
seen In tomorrow's walking race.
though he has nut )ct announced
that he Intends to compete.
Sullivan Is anxiously uvvaltlng Joo
Cohen's return from tho Pacific Coast.
He has been In correspondence with
Cohen, bo report sa)B, nnd could. It
he would, shed considerable light on
tho plans of tho silent Impressarlo.
If rumor speaks truly, Sullivan may
bo seen In the ring ugaln beforo very
long, pitted ngnlnst u man who wilt
give him a good run for his money.
Jt tt n
Roller To Fight
Seattlo, Dec. 25. Dr. 11 V Holler,
who has decided to abandon wrestling
for tho fighting gnmo may fight tho
winner of tho Al Knufman-JIm Harry
match. Holler received n telegram
from Jeffries this morning that ho
would put Holler on with the lucky
Roller, over since his return from ,
Honolulu, has been working hard nt
his boxing, nnd n few da)H ago sent '
his challenge to the winner of tho '
Harry-Kaufman match as n feeler. Ho
does not Intend to spend much time In ,
tho boxing gume, and consequently '
went nfter tho big men nt once If bo
whips tho winner of tho Kaufman Har
ry match ho will bo up among iho lead
ers right away.
A PUGILIST'S LIFE.
A Slav or.
Chicago, Dec. 31. When Chicago'
White Sox went to California last Pcb
ruary In their own special train they
tct u precedent for high cIbsb baseball
travel. Hut next March they aro go
ing to m-iko that trip look llko a joko.
Negotiations nro under way, and It
teems certain that n duplicate of tho
Northwestom'E overland limited will
bo chartered for tho trip. Thcj will
hlko straight for S-m IYanclsco. leav.
Ing hero about March 1 A wholo
month will bo spent In California and
the Sox may, before returning east.
visit I'ortluud und Seattle Theso crit
ics have offered Piesldent Comlsky
rich guarantee's. It Is reasonably cer
tain that either Cleveland or Detroit
will seo tho Sox open and tho chances
nro that tlio last fow training games
will bo In Ohio or Indiana.
In all probability games will bo
plajed In San Antonio, Kurt Worth.
Houston and Dallas Tho leaguo sea
son will open April 14
it n n t: n tt n t: it :::::::: t: k
Tho gamo Hums arose ami was fight
ing back more from Instinct than judg
ment when the pollca stopped Into tho
ring nnd put un end to tho battle.
Hugh Mcintosh declared Johnson tho
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