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Calif., Doc. 30. A towel tossed into
the ring by..J,lhi Harry' principal
second, In the thirty-ninth round in
tonight's fight with Al Kaufman nt
the Vi-rnon arena, loft no recourse
to Referee Eyton but to decide In
It wn a weird kind of n finish nt
that. The fight was n gruelling one,
and the first knock-down occurred In
the thirty-seventh round, when Kauf
man floored Harry with a swinging
right on the chin, llarry, from that
nolnt on, covered up like n hedgehog
and only straightened long cnougn
tc send In an overhand left or right
In the hones that he might turn tho
tide of battle. Harry's blows were
not of tho damaging character, how
over, and Kaufman towered right oer
his man nnd wntched for openings in
Harry waded through the thirty-
seventh nnd then through the thirty-
eighth. He took many a savage
smnsh on ribs and head nnd a friend
out among the spectators tried to
cheer Mm by jelling, "Keep going,
Uarry. Kaufman Is tired, too."
Harry kept going, all rllght, but ho
was merely a target for the ox-black-smith's
smashes. Just beforo the
towel camo wobbling over the ropes
Harry was bent down, with his fore
arms crossed In front of his face.
Kaufman was Bending In lifting
punches careless of where they land
ed. At times his sodden gloves totys
Into Harry's midriff, and nt times
they bumped against Harry's crossed
arms or the side of Harry's head. It
certainly looked as though Harry had
not a chanco In a million of pulling
through, but to the nmazement of ev
erybody llarry suddenly stood erect
and was flinging his arms bravely In
the direction of Kaufman's head Just
ax the towel was fluttering to the
ring floor. Murphy, the boy mana-
gor, followed the towel Into tho ring,
and Harry upbraided him. Harry
wanted to continue fighting, and as
far ns I could judge was well ablo to
go right along. An explanation wa,s
certainly needed, and Murphy fur
"Hoth of Harry's hnnds were brok
en slnco tho twentieth round began,
uul he hadn't a chnnce on earth to
win. I didn't want to see him pun
ished unnecessarily and I gave up the
llarry rather reluctantly admitted
that Murphy told the truth. He Bald
It was merely his .fighting Instinct
that encouraged him to continue un
til Murphy Interfered.
It was a long-drawn-out fight nnd
there was terrible sameness about
the rounds. This follow Harry Is
certainly a clever rlngstcr and the
way ho battled big Al Kaufman was
a caution. Harry was either too closo
or far away to give Kaufman a
chance to land cleanly, but Kaufman,
who is nothing If not patient nnd per
severing, kept trying with a boyish
smile on his face.
Ho wasted many n blow, but In tho
end, with Harry's broken hands, or
the steady and gruelling paco telling
on the Chlcagoan, Knufmnn began to
make occasional connections And ev
ery smnsh planted added to Harry's
distress, llarry was clovor not only
In defending himself but In hitting.
He had a way of rushing Kaufman
across the ring, swinging with left
and right the while, and seven times
out of ten he found tho target with
cither hand. The pity or It, however,
bo far aH Harry was concerned, was
that Kaufman, with his great height
and range, is a hard man to reach,
nnd blows which would havo felled
a shorter man were merely hard
enough, as one might Bny, to count
Tho eighth round was a bad one
for Kaufman nt that. Instead of
tearing after his man and letting fly
while Kaufman was backing away,
Harry timed his punches so as to
catch the longer man coming in. He.
did particularly good execution with
the loft, and Kaufman's face wag
booh covered with blood.
One round resembled the other to
an exasperating extent, and It was
not until the eleventh round that
Kaufman got In a really damaging
blow. Ho worked a right uppercut
ns Harry bore In head down, nnd ns
Harry stood away It was to bo seen
that his left eye was half closed. The
lighting was of such a character that
plre, S. Hoopll; scorer, H. nook.
U. S. M. C 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0-
II. II 10 0 0 0 0 10 13
V. S. S. Iroquols.0 0.1 1 0 6 2 4 13
11. II 0 1 2 2 0 G 1 3 14
Homo runs, floss, Ah Toon; left on
bases, U. S. M. C. 4, Iroquois 8; hit by
pitcher, IU88 2, Nollon, McOall; base
i on balls, off Mistier; struck out, by
it wns hnrd to tell how it would end. Kalpo 13, Mlsncr 3, Sweedman G; wild
Tho common sense view of It was that pitches, Sweedman 2: passed ball, An-
Kaufman, with his superior natural dcrson. Time of gamo, 1 hour 35 mln
advantages, his greater weight, nnd ' utes; umpire, Paul Hums; scorer, N
his well-known hitting power, would
eventually gain tho mastery, but an
occasional spurt on Harry's part kept
Murphy sas that It was after tho
twentieth round that Barry was at
Kaufman's mercy. There surely was
nothing wrong with Harry's fighting
equipment In tho twentieth round,
for ho, cuffed Kaufman's face to his
heart's content In that three min
utes' space of lighting, backing big
Al to tho ropes and sending In lefts
nnd rights In turn. Harry was pret
ty roughly mauled In the twenty
third round, and again In the twen
ty-fourth, and Just about this time
Teddy Murph), from Harry's corner,
was doing. tome tnll coaching.
Havo it ready and let It go!" yell
ed Murphy, and one only had to
watch Harry a moment to get tho
meaning of the advice,
At All Watcbdealers. ,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu,
Harry heard Murphy's volco ho let;
lly a threatening right-hander In tho
direction of Kaufman's Jaw. This
was what he was to havo ready and
let go, and why Murphy should bo
taking so much trouble in urging
Harry to use u hand that was sup
posed to be crippled after the twen
tieth round isn't vory clear. Maybe,
however, the purpose was simply to
And still the rounds of a sameness,
It was Harry ducking, clinching or
loosening with a rush, with a show
er of lefts and rights, of Kaufman
towering and probing for an open
ing. Tho twenty-eighth round start
ed with nover anything thnt boro tho
faintest rcsemblnnco to a knockdown
up to that moment, and then Kauf
man began to work a left shift. He
missed with It occasionally, but he
shifted In timely fashion In the twen
ty-ninth nnd Harry received a jarring
crock on 'tho Jaw. Tho thirtieth
round found Kaufman doing neater
work, and Harry's eye, which was al
ready puffed, was pretty tightly clos-ed.
In the thirty-second round It look
ed bad for both men In turn. I"or a
while Harry readied Kaufman's faco
with tho left, and the blood camo
down over Kaufman's lips and chin.
Then Al had good luck In .timing
Harry's rushes with right uppercuts,
und Harry began to look like a loser.
"The thirty-fourth round found
Dnrry slightly In troublo from a right
uppercut at the beginning, and. he
acted ns though he wanted to lose on
n foul. In any case, ho smashed away
at Kaufman's body with little caro
as to the direction of his blows.
In the thirty-fifth Horry sprung n
surprise, both on Kaufman and tho
spectators. While wading In with
Ills head lowered he cut loose with a
left-hand swing that took Kaufman
between tho eyes, und almost sent
him to tho floor. Al seemed to stiffen
himself whllo stooping and thus pre
vented thq fall. Then ho straight
ened and stnrted in again ns fresh as
From this point on Harry tough:
In a dogged, hopeless way. Ills guard
was poor, und ho received many a
shock from Al's right. Harry lost
ground stendlly In tho thirty-sixth
nnd thirty-seventh rounds, and then
enme the thirty-eighth, and the first
knock-down of tho night.
x m n
Tho second series of tho Atkinson
League opened Sunday with two
gumes. Tho Starllnes walked over tho
Eighteen to sixteen was tho scors
by which tho Fort Shatter basketball
team defeated tho Y. M. C. A. aggre
gation last night. The contest wns
closo throughout, and tho soldlors did
not hove anything resembling a
r. a Ik-over.
.At the end ot the first half, tho
score Btood 11-10 with the associa
tion on the long end. Then the boI-
dlers got busy and piled up the
points necessary to carry off the vie
tory. The Y. M. C. A. boys fought
Whenever doggedly, but they seemed unable to
put a stop to the Shatter men's win.
The Shatter men havo been get
ting In a lot ot practice and It was
practically a foregone conclusion
that they would carry off the vic
tory. The association put up ' a
plucky light, however, and camo
nearer winning thnn was comfortable
for the soldiers.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Some little worry was felt yester
day regarding the safety of tho yacht
Hawaii, The steady southeast blow
tossed up a sea which caused craft at
anchor In the harbor to pitch around
In an uncomfortable manner, and it
wns feared that the Hawaii might
drag her anchor. As a precaution
the caretaker made her fast with an
additional cable, and she rode
through the blow comfortably.
The houseboat, "The Ark," shifted
her position somewhat, and at first
It was thought that she might go
ashore. Her moorings held In the!.
new position, however, and the craft
proved to bo Bate enough. Sho wus
reported ns being quite Bate this
morning, find unless u particularly
heavy blow comes up. It Is not be
lieved that there will be any danger
of her going ashore.
Say That En Sue
That En Suo can beat any of tho
Y. M. C. A. sprinters In tho 100-yard
dush Is tho belief of tho friends ot tho
speedy little runner. They admit that
tho Association has some speedy men,
but the suggestion that tho Chiueso
champion cannot beat any of them is
received with knowing smiles by tho
friends of tho lad.
Tho most sanguine ot En Siio'b sup
porters admit thnt ho would not havo
n walkover by any means, but they are
certain that, under any ordinary con
ditions, ho can defeat any of tho tout
ed sprinters ot tho Young Men's
Small diamonds will probably bo
awarded tho sprinters who break tho
Intor-Uland records In the coming
meet. Tho stones will bo suitable for
netting In medals or other trophies.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 1.
Dwlght T. Oriswold, who collapsed
whllo stroking the Ynlo varsity 8
oarcd crew at New London last year
In tho race with Harvard, died yes
terday morning nt the Qermnn Hos
pital In this city trom on attack ot
typhoid fever. The body was taken
East last night to the family homo
In Eric, Pn.,-by ho )oung man's parents.
Oriswold had been In tho southern
part ot tho State doing engineering
work for some months. He was tak
on 111 there a little over two wceka
ago and wns brought to this city
Ills parents were then notified of tho
seriousness ot their son's condition,
and they came to the Coast Immediately.
Dr. Morris Herzsteln was tho at
tending physician. He said last night
to an Examiner representative:
"I understand that young Oriswold
wns out here nlone. He was work
ing In tho south when ho was sud
denly tnken 111, nnd then he ftcnt for
a friend ot his. The friend happen
ed to be out of town at tho time, but
ho returned ns soon ns posstblo and
sent the sick man to the German Hos
pital." "I have been told that Oriswold
had a weak heart from too much par
ticipation In athletics," Attorney
Charles Page, another acquaintance,
eald Inst night. "He was a very sick
fellow when ho .reached this city two
Oriswold was a famous college
oarsman. It was whllo stroking tho
Yale boat in tho rncc with Harvard
nt New London lasUycar that he col
lapsed and his college, lost tho race.
Oriswold pitched forward over' hli
oars, and was prevented from upset
ting tho boat only by the quick ac
tion ot the coxswain, who grabbed
him and threw wnter in his face as n
restorative. The crew finished the
race with only seven men at tho oars.
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tho Hoard of Supervisors of the City
and County ot Honolulu, at tho meet
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of January, 1909, on Wodnosday, tho
6th day ot January, 1909, and on
Thursday, tho 7th day. of January.,
1909, be nnd tho same nro hcrcb
adopted, ratified, and confirmed.
Dated this 11th day ot January,
WM, A. KANE.
The foregoing Resolution was, at
n Special Meeting of the Hoard ot
Supervisors of tho City and County
of Honolulu, held-on Monday, Janu
ary 11, 1909, passed to print on tho ,
following vote ot tho said Hoard ot
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Qulnn. Total G.
Noes: McClellan. Total 1.
Absent nnd not voting: Cox. To
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CITY AND COUNTY OF HO
NOLULU. Ily D. KALAUOKALANI JIl 4 )
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HE IT RESOLVED HY THE
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CITY AND COUNTY OP HONOLULU '
The proper authorities of tho City
and County bo and they nro hcieby
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of the entire second floor ot tho Mc
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Honolulu, held dn Friday, January 8,
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Ayes: Ahla, Aylett, Kane, Logan,
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