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EVKNINQJUU.ET1N, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY, TRH. 11, 1803.
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"I never had n doubt lagardlng tho
null mile of the battle since the mutch
was made," remarked Johnson, who,
In the dresuliig-rooin, bcenuil lis
stiong and well as when he began
operations "Hums fought a better
buttle than I anticipated, ami took u
lot of punishment. He Is a veiy
plucky fellow "
"Yes" this In answer to n ques
tion "I could have beaten him a lot
qulckei, but 1 did not desire, to. I sure Johnson (ould never havo stop
wanted to get even. Ho and those! peel mo Insldo tho twenty rounds wo
with him hud spoken very slightingly
of me, nnil 1 laid myself put to make
tho iliubblng as soveio us possible.
Wonder If thej think I have a ellow
ideal, now." And ho chuckled to
"None of tho blows delivered by
Hums tumbled me much," continued the pollto not Interfered, for I could
the colored mini, "and I was not tor-.fiel Johnson tiring, and hopo had
mud ut any stngo of tho light. 1 lUcu high within mo ut tho moment;
just wanted to glo It to him In lu the majority of in) other fights I
Miiall doses, and he got It, and I'm look much more reul punishment than
satisfied. Ijohnbon uilmlnlstciod, and then sue-
'Can't say oxuctl) what I'm going cceded. When I fought Hugo Kelly
to do jot I liuvn u five weeks' on- I nppourcd to ho In n dcplorablo pllgh,
KUgement ut tho Tlwill tb 1111, and t about half wn) through, and wus
must get buck to London to fight icull) laid up for tlueo dnys after
Sam I.augtord ut tho Nntlonul Spoil- winds, but I won the battle iu tho
ig Club on Deilij night end
"About Squlies? Yes, I'm willing "I hud begun to pick up fiom about
to tmut him, but he must ilnd u tho tenth inuiul, anil though Johnson
2000 side bet " ' landed a gieat nil m I) ei of blows I felt
Johnbou suld much riiore, but It wns that I only had to hide my time "
mostl) repetition, and evidenced u1 "Toiiuuj couldn't huvo been very
peiulliit giudgu against tho man hu had," iiminikul Mis IIiiuih, "when
difeatid, and ovei whoso downfall hu hu alii half a chicken ami homo hioth
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When seen b) a Sydney Dully Tolo
graph lepicseutntlvc, Tommy Hums
showed vei) tew truces of the punch
ing Johnson gave him the day before,
his face, lie)ond a little puUlncss, hud
ui-Bumei! ItH normal state, and only
fin theli liilluint'il upjiearonco his ojes
bore no evlileiuo that they had expo
ileuced weni uud tear of any kind.
"I wusn't M) badly punished us people
liunglned," suld Hums, "and I nm
agreed to go ovei , ho Is by no means
a haul hitter I am us well ns ever I
wns about tho bodj, dcsplto those
frequent visitations fiom the black
fellow's loft, puttlculurly."
"There Is very little doubt In my
mind but that I might havo won had
,Chnrllc Hclll), the clever )oung
featherweight, has started in leal
earnest to train fur Ills coming match
with Sin I th ltellly Ih domiciled at
tlio Orplieiim along with George Do
te rson anil Young Scott, who are
training (or their fight with Sullivan
and Soldier McCullough, respective
ly. Charlie In paying strict atten
tion to his betkiw s Just now. He
Knows that wind Is the most esscn-1
inn quniiiicauon in a iignicr. ii n
boxer ran not last as regards wind. It
little matters how clever ho Is, that
la, of courso, If the contest goes bo
otut four or flp rounds. ltellly
therefore Intends to make sure that
Ms pipes arc clear and opcrled up be
fore lie starts the sparring stunts.
Charlie Is n well-put-up little fellow,
unit ccn at tills early stage of the
match seems as hard as nails. Ha
will need cry little work to put
him In excellent condition. The lad
Knows that Smith Is Improving every
da) and means to take no chancel of
Peterson Is getting along finely.
and works out ever) afternoon at tho
Orplieiim . He does not do any box
ing, and will not put on the gloves
until Saturday night. Young. Scott
Is working hard for his fight with
the soldier. He is picking up a lot
of hints for Peterson, who keeps Mm
going all the time.
Soldier McCntlough Is a tough
proposition to run up against, and
Scott is uwnre of the fact that he
will have to put up a rattling good
go to get away with the Kort Shatter
boy. McCollough Is one of he kind
that bores In nil tho time. Hu takes
all the punishment going and comes
in for more In tho hope of landing
one smash that will end the fight.
Smith is out at Kort Shutter with
Dick Sullivan, and Is getting into
condition rapldl. Ho will put up n
gicat light against ltellly, and may
be depended upon to be the uggrcs
fcor most of the time.
If ull the people who say they are
going to the fight roll up, there
won't be standing room In tho Or
pheum. Some hundreds of soldiers
fiom Kort Shutter have signified
their Intention to bo present, so the
rooting for the respective lighters
should be something out of the usu
al Joe Cohen very kindly let n hunch
of tickets go to Kort Shatter on crcd-
Tho "Wullables," an Australian
Hugby football team, plu)ed Stan
ford University jesterday and de
flated them by a score of 13 to 3,
Stanton! did remarkably well to
score at all against the marsupials,
in they are a very strong combina
tion, and havo hud very few points
hcoied against them on their tour of
Tho University team should pick
up a lot of wrinkles from tho Austra
lluns ubout tho finer points of Ilughy,
Lunlgnn nnd two other Const foot
ballers visited Australia last year.
Thoy witnessed all tho matches be'
tween New Zealand and Austruliu
and no doubt stored away a lot of III'
formation about the Rugby game.
It Is to be hoped that we, in Hono
lulu, will see the Wallabies In uctlon
even If it Is only mixed teams of
locals and visitors that compote.
n t: K
Wilding, who, with Ilroolts, holds
the Davis Cup at tennis, won the
championship of Now Zealand last
month. Ho met Parker in the final
und defeated him easily, Parker Is
known In Honolulu, having stopped
1 cio tor a few hours on his way back
from England in 1907. He plued a
few games with Will Iloth ut that
:ut n n u tt :: k a
enjojed six Ico tieams."
Mr. and Mrs. Hums were at
church as usual yesterday morning,
aud In the" afternoon went up by
motor-car to "Tho Itest" nt Nutlonnl
Park. Ilurns expressed himself satis
fled that but for that unlucky upper
cut In the first round, which Johnson
landed Just as tho referee separated
them, there would have been a great
ly dlffoient tulo to tell today.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beoldey, Jr.
Boxers At Work
It T'he soldiers won't bo paid until
the light l over, and they were
simply breaking theli hearts at tlio
thought of not being able to sec the
Camp favorite Bcrup However, olio
of their officers he Is a good spoil
himself guaranteed that tho tickets
would be paid for when the boys gut
their dough, and nil Is well now.
Hercules Is ns strong as ever and
making good progicwt out at KorL
Shatter. The Cook puts In his time
mostly pupabing dough and trying
to punch Dick Sullivan Ho Is a
good, strong liinti. mid, although h
has n lot to leuiu In the fighting
gume. Is coming along nicely The
go between hu and Hans Nelson
should be as lively u fight not even
excepting the Sllva-Mlller go as has
been seen in Honolulu for u long
Nelson durable Dane number
two Is leaving no stone unturned
to lit himself for his tight with the
chef. Nelson Is n sturdy boy mid
has a wallop in either hand: If he
gets home one of his light swings on
the strong man, It will about settle
the yeast manipulator
A lot of other cmbro fighters nie
getting Into shnH) at Kort Shnftor
and xome of them are picking up
wonderfull) Watching Sullivan ut
work Is opening the e)es of the
jounger fighters to the possibilities
of the game.
Ono oung soldier who puts tho
gloves on nearly every diiy with Mc
Collough, shows promise pf develop
ing Into a good man He Is not
ufrald of punishment and uten his
head to advantage. Drains tell Iu
most occupations In life, and, in box
ing, are certainly desirable even If
only used for match-making deals a
la Tommy Ilurns.
What sort of a back number woufd
Tommy be now, If, two years ago, he
hud met the negro for the cham
pionship. "Noj oij $our life," quoth
llunfs,' "ut oJiyVnte, hot till I've
gathered In ull the easy money Iu
Tommy today Is probably worth
$200,000 mid good, for show pur
poses, for the next ten ears. It not
longer. Ah, Tommy had a lovel head,
and even when defeated by Johnson,
probably remarked to Nhlmself:
"Stung" No mutter. Thirty thou
sand bucks looks good to me!"
llrnlu Is IT.
Myrtle Club Is
At the uiinual meeting of the
Mjrtlo ilout Club held lust night It
wus announced that the Club wus
entirely out of debt. To ull huvlng
the interests of the Myrtles ut heart
this Is good news. The Club being
now released from all financial diffi
culties will be uble to freely go uhead
with new plans for tho future. It Is
probable that the Club will with re
newed life at once branch out Into
Tho chowder given by the Mrtlcs
some time ugo, ut tho Mounn. Hotel,
added to tho sum needed to wipe out
the Club's debt.
Tom King, tho veteran of the
Club, and ono of those men to whom
rowing owes its present high stand
ard In these Islands, wus re-elected
president of the Club,
The other officers ot the Club elect
ed were Arthur Kwart as vice presi
dent, Hay I). Illetow secretary, Irwin
Spalding treasurer, and W. H. Sopor
auditor. W. L. I.yle was elected cap
tain, und trusties for tho ensuing
tar wcro named, viz.: Messrs, Chits.
Cownn, Kenneth Drown, and Paul
Tor the purpose of conferring with
the Healani Club concerning a new
compact for tho coming year, und for
renewing burge rates at Pearl Har
bor, u committee composed of W. I..
I.yle (chairman), Arthur Kwart, and
Itn II Illetow was appointed. Not
sinco 1907 have these barge races
been held at Pearl Harbor, and tho
Mvrtles hope to revive them.
Tho meet I iig, which was well at
tended, bomu thirty members being
present, was held In tho rooms of the
8 8 It
Tommy Ilurns has made u ten
jears' ugreement with Hugh Mcin
tosh (who run the big fight) for
show purposes Mcln'tosh-stutes that
be will not allow Ilurns to light
again, to in ull probability his career
us n boxer Is finished, 'IIiiiiik will,
of course, continue to give span lug
Secretaries or other author-
I zed representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by thorn, that
they ma) be Included In the
program. Address all coinmu-
nicutlons to the Sporting Kdl-
toi, Hvenlug Ilu lie 1 1 u .
Keb 14: Chinese Minors A
and II teams.
Keb 21: Chinese Minors C
nud II teams.
Keb. II: Punahou s llopld
Keb Hi: Marines vs Kort
IVb IT: Punahou s Mar-
IVb 22: Novelty.
Keb 13: Sullivan s Peter-
Kvb 27- Y M. C A tiutk
By Thorn In
Thorn und Doer Unholz. fought
fur the lightweight championship of
Australia in Sidney lust month
Despite the agitation against bo
Ing mutches in Austruliu some C000
people rolled up to the scrap.
Juck Johhson und Tommy limns
waie at the rlngsldo Ilurns, as una
al, got it great reception; Johnson
was cooll) received, but treate'd the
mutter good-utituredly, taking his
hat off to the crowd nud waving u
hund to an friend he saw.
As a scientific boxer Unholz, from
ul! accounts, was a disappointment
He Is possessed of great muscular
development and he relied malnl) up
on his strength. He used his left a
Thorn showed much cleverness,
meeting the lloer's rushes with a
straight left to tho face. Unholz
took consldeiublc punishment before
the decision Wus given ugalnst Mm,
Thorn, a new roan, must now be con
sidered amongst the lightweights as
a possible wurld's champion.
it n w
Hill Squires, who was defeated
three times b) Tommy Ilurns, hul
lixd to undergo nn operation for the
removal of a growth In his nose
which Interfered with his breathing,
I.ust night at the Hotel ullejs the
Marines put It over tho Naval Sta
tion to the tune of 2074 to 200b.
following were the scores:
1 2 3 Tl. Av.
Wushbiirii 124 11.1 127 394 Ul'
Logsdon . 102 111 124 387 129
tlurkct 12B 142 liS 432 144
llla 134 134 172 440 146
Deckel 114 174 133 421 140
C49 704 721 2074
1 2 ' 3 Tl. Av.
Udgerwood 144 139 176 4B8 1G2
Shelley 117 124 118 3T.7 119
Drowsier 149 163 115 427 142
Moorman 114 100 128 342 114
Wort 146 131 145 422 140'
C70 057 G79 200
tt a a
The games to be plued In the
Chinese Minor League on tho grounds
opposite tho rallioad shops, will Mart
at 10 u m every Sunday; They uro
scheduled us follows:
I IVb 7, A teum vs. II tuum; 14, A
team a. C team; 21, C team s. D
team, -8, II team s. A team; Miuoli
7 (' team vs A team, 11, D team
,s C leiim.
It Is said around town tlint Mlque
risher will be u vir surprised man
when he reaches homo und opens a
parcel, which he Is fondly guarding
under the Impression Hint it contnlus
a valuable cup.
As the stor goes, It nppcars that
the people of Japan were so much In
I love with Michael Hint the) riiuld
not allow him to lenvet Nlpoii with
ojit presenting him with n token of
The JniinnpKp ulnliiwl tn uresolit
Mick with a lace horse, but the b ise-
liall magnate said hu could not of
fend to p.i for the transput tntlon of
k large an animal
Not to lie denied, the Japs Insist
id on l'lslicr accepting a beautiful
silver tup Mike showed tho cup
mound Honolulu, nnd dually put It
on exhibition In n local cigar store
window, the proprietor of which
plomlsed to pack the dip up cuiu
fi II) und hund It to Mlque hcfoie
his departutf on the Maru
Well. Miguel cut u luri-el all
right, but what will he think when
ho opens If A luch assortment
ot st net garbage, made up lu liiilln-
II ii n of the original pukugc v. Ill
greet Mlchi'lli) and remind him of
the halui) hrt-zes of Hawaii
In the meantime the proper parcel
roiitiilnlng the tip Is on Its w.n to
Sin l'i anthiii b mull and will leach
I'lsht r a few da aftei his arrival
Good Old Bliss
H S Tenu Maru,
lVlmiiii) 8, 1909, 9 p m
To M Krlinils lu Honolulu
Just a line of thanks for the swell to.
l.i n I received from Honolulu tl binds
us u lesult of Siindu) s game I must
udd lliut.l onl) did on that d.i as I
linve ulwu)H tried to do on ntln'i
!u)s white plalug with in own
club Now It llriius bears me mi nnil
will put lll whole Otlelit.il
us u grand time .
Vor trul ours
lteich All-Aluerliau flub
KETCHELL DAR8 NONE
OF THE FIQHETR3
Setnnle) Kt tclu-l will lu mimliTiil
among tho lighting relebrltli-s wit
the conflnus of Sun Kraliclscn lu a le
da)g mure Milliliter Willis 111 lit Ih
lonesome with so mini) lliousin '
miles between his middle weight
champion nud himself and In ordei to
relievo tile strain hu has ile elded to
beckon the champion westward ore
more. With Kulchel on the Job It Ih
more than llkel) that things iiloug pu
glllstlc rov will commune to liven up
Ketcliel Is none too keen for the
vuudcvlllu life, nor Is Ilrltt nt nil mix
ions that his lighter should contliiuu to
luiike u hem out of himself without
(islug flvu ounce gloves Hut what Is
Ketcliel going to do lure? This Is the
question that Is being passed up and
down the lino Wult uud sec, appears
to bu tho only logical answer Ilrltt
must have an object lu giving his
chanii(iii tlio long distance office, feu
he would not toss so much carfnie
uwuy without a chance for n come
"You know what 1 said," Is the wiij
Willis puts It 'Ketcliel will fight an
mull In the world uud I don't bai one
of them Certalnl I.aiiKford Is in
eluded iu iu) broad and swivplng
statement Hut I do not havti to hur
ry l.ct I.angford get bus nnd beat
somubod) vlso first. Let him show uti
something Thu host hu has civer done
was to go n round This does not
provu Ihut ho Is u great lighter
n a tt
SPOUTS BY THE
Tho colossal Ignorance of the aei
iige Englishman lu regard tu Austia
lia Is almost bound belief. A pe
rusal of most Kngllsh papers shows
that tho writers therein nio liable to
make any kind of u ildlculous state
ment ubout thu Commonwealth
"Snow)" linker, a noted Austiull.in
athlete swimmer, boxer, tinner,
und liugby footballer has Just
itturned to Syduc) from "dealt old
lliiigland " Dnkei's stories of tho
Johnnies ho met on his trawls nio
"Dal Joe, old chapplrt" ono
bialiiy specimen lemarked, "It must
bu awful bore, doueheiknow, to huvo I
no rivets lu Australia to stop the
bush fires eh what?"
Another time Maker wus ordered
tu a prhate hospital to undeigo an
operation Ono muse on being told
she was detailed tn uiirbo un Alls
Italian patient, cried out "I am not
going to attend to a black fellow' '
lu Ireland, Snow) wns nbUeil It the
festival of Christmas wus obbeiud
lu Australia! -
Daker swam In England, Scotland
and the Green Isle On the Conti
nent hu won tho International
scratch i.ues no ami tun) metres -in
Finland Hu got n line loccptlnu
ill Sjdne) on his tetuiii from ubiuad.
The Big Battlers
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