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SATURDAY EVENING. FEB. 13, '09.
2 RATTLING PRELIMINARIES 2
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(The Pighting Dane of Camp Very)
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Tunlglit the famous fight between
Dick Sulllvun antl George Peterson
will come oft at the Orphoum. A
monster audience will doubtless (III
the theater from stugo to celling.
Kverjono with the price of a sent,
f i om the aristocratic $2. CO ring-side
chair to the humble but still comfor
table four-bit bench, will be on hiiiul
to Bee which' la the better man with
the seven-ounce gloves.
ISotli men nre In first-class condi
tion, both confident of winning, unit
bull fair ami squire sportsmen.
The referee, Mike Putton, than
whom there is not u better ull-rouuil
sport In the Islands, will bundle tho
fight. Mike, at one time middle
weight champion of Hongkong und
Shunghni, has hud much experience
nu third man In the siiuured circle.
The genial Irishman has refereed
fighls all over tho l'nr Kast. Calcut
ta, Bombay, Delhi and f.ucknow, In
India, have nil at one time seen
Mike order men to "break."
Mllso Is tho proud possessor of a
mugnlncent gold watch, suitably In
scribed, which was presented to him
by n wealthy Hongkong resident on
tho occasion of Mike's winning of the
Sullivan and I'eterson may rely an
a square deal from the referee, and no
moro. I'atton is a husky nthlcto
himself and will stand no funny bus
iness. Tho fight will come off as soon as
tho two preliminaries, which In
.themselves should be worth the price
of iidmlsston, nro disposed of. Soldier
McCollough will try conclusions with
Young Scott and a very willing go
should eventuate, It will take a lot
to stop the Kort Shatter boy.
Hercules and Hat Nelson's relative
of the same nnme will put up n
rattling go, which should warm the
spectators up for the big fight. This
Hercules Is a willing fellow and will
bt at tt fronj the tap or tho gong. confidence; -which may make a man
The rival tralnlnpr camps each fig- careless for a moment; then Tllff! and
i' re on pulling off the scraps. It Is a It is all over but the Inevitable post
good sign when all hands nre confl- mortem In the dressing-room after
dent. If the Port Shatter bunch, ' wards: ''Dilute, Hill, why didn't you
headed by Dick Sullivan, win all givo '1m the left 'ook when I signal
three scraps, there will be joy out cd," the dlbgusted trainer remarks.
Kullhi way on Sunday. "Oh, stow It, beer-chowcr, how could
However, the probabilities are I? Why, the blanety guy is all wings
that the winners will not nil come and feet!" snarls the defeated pug.
fiom the same training quarters and However, thero Is little fear of
thut tho bliss' will be pretty well dl- the Sulllvan-I'etcrson go ending be
vlded between the Orpheitm camp' foro a few rounds am 'fought. Maybe
and tho Shatter crowd, I ten spasms will see the finish, per-
Sullivan will fight like n 'tiger this haps less, but whilst the two nro on
evening and I'eterson won't bo back- their feet there will be some hair
ward In his efforts to fix Dick good raising scrapping; May the best man
and plenty. twin. y
Will Jeffries and
That a Jeffries-Johnson fight for tho
Lhnmplonshlp of the world will sooner
or later bo brought off, no one who
leads the signs as ho runs, can jios
Here wo have, on ono side, a phe
nomenal" tighter, whoso physique,
strength and ability as a fighter has,
in tho past, muds other men look like
umateurs. Of course In tho salad days
before ho "got wlso" to the trlckH of
tho fighting game, Jeffries had many
n tough row to hoe.
Once ho had como Into his own, nnd
bail mastered tho many things to bo
learned In ring craft, ho showed that
surely, until old age supervened, ho
was champion of champions,
Jeffries Is unique. No other fighter
who ovor lived could lark with Jim In
his prime. Old timers will of course
lemark, "Poppycock" and refer ono
to Jim Mace, Peter Jackson, Hob Kltr
slmluons, mid others galore.
Doubtless those old timers well tho
Tlmneu blacksmith might object to
being called an old timer, but still
thnt It what Hob really Is. Why over
twenty years ago tho present writer,
then a boy, was taken by a sporting
relative to sco tho bunch of freckles
fight, nnd, say, ho did fight some too.
Hut back to our muttons. Jeffries was
In a class all by his lonesome. His
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Anyone who saw Sully fight tho
Lie negro from the trnnsnort. nt the
k.oo, n couple of ears ago, know what
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. ... i.'.S, u . . , .. . .. .. BfCatest trouble will bo to get his wind
took place at X o clock In the even- , Rood ordcfi ,, t0 BCO ml ,,, hcart
leg. All that day Sullivan had been a not i plllkla. Not for a moment
rowing In races at the Regatta. He does, the.wrltor mean that actual fear
came Into the ring a tired man and' could possibly attack Jefrrflvst; what
had to "face a much larger nlan than ' meant Is that his old blood pump Is
himself. '' iprpbsbly surrounded by abnormal lay.
This evening Dick will step Into lr,irBntnotllor lW ,Q bp nfcel ,,
the ring as fresh as JncK McFadden s consideration Is the foct that nt least
hands can make him, nnd It will bo one year moro will elapse before Jef
no fault of trainer or principal If fries fight Johnson. That will make
Bully goes down In defeat. It will bo otr "Vi yearn bIiicc Ilia big bollermak
Dick would be llrBt to admit tho itsUmM In the ring for keeps!
f.. i.n,..ira..t,,.i .. .,,. I Aft' cliance of a light coming off
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Ing a better man.
George Peterson Is to face n llono
lulu audience for the first time, nnd
will of coune be greeted with tlm w nau a man in the prime of his
spirit ot fnlr play which Is Hono- "Blitlng life. M active training, and
IiHii'h sneclnl nronertv Pete Is not lCOn.n',c'nt cno,Ku to ,nck' anyone.
IUIii b special l'rPly. e l oi N0 on for ni0,llt,nt wold Rlvo
mi well known In this Territory, but Jack JoIin,on n clmtlCLI nKanKt lhm
with Sullivan's example before him Jeffries., but the lesurrected retired
und knowing how Dick Is respected champion won't ho the real thing. Tho
by all, he will surelv do his best and "I'Bro Is a wonderfully Improved boxer,
even If licked will net the man. ,rom,n1' c,00,1'". and can bo no
, , , , I slouch, Judging from ho reports of the
Peterson , Is n good man as fur as Hums-Johnson fight. ,
can be Judged from sparring bouts, Johnson simply did as ho liked wjth
and men who have seen hlni In action tho hiob and loor burns seemed help
on' tho Coast claim he Is a nrst-class less In his hands. Hums, or JACk
man In his class. lOllrlen were never In the same class
n -.ti-i i . j, .i . i. n Jeffrlos, In fact HuriiB fought out
One thing Is certain, and that Is of ,,, clnM fnr ut wc,
thnt Peterson was not brought 2000. when he tackled the uegro.
miles to be easily beaten. The men ' Johnson stands over six feet, and
Lehlnd the, Ventura should know 'weighs, In condition 200 pouiids.
what they are about, and must have That's something for Jeffries to go up
satisfied themselves that (leorge Is iMotuuTnt""1 '" "' ,68
good man. Too much depends on the Knn,y( ,,, wr(, ,, CPn man
success of this scrap, and therefore retired champions at all kinds of
a good, willing fight Is sure,
Humor lias It that Peterson Is so
ccnudent of winning thnt he Is wag
ering all his share of the purse he
gets u stated sum, win, loose, or draw
on himself That makes a noise
like a straight tip, but many n fight
er has fallen In the soup Just that
way. ,, There. I such a thing as over-
skill as a fighter was the wonder of
tho sporting world to say nothing ot
tho bunch who tako no Interest In the
"noble art" Ho conquered all In sight.
None could withstand him, and, event
ually, none would tackle him.
Jim Jeffries retired on n modest com
petence; hu never had Tommy Hums'
lteud for business. AH ttiu world-beat'
Ing bollermaker could think of was tho
same old Mecca of tho retired defeat'
ed or undefeated pugilist, u saloon,
and, on tno snto a rami. Yu oods: it
makes a man tired to think of tho big
money Jeff threw away when ho had
only to forget tho restaurant und farm'
bit and get what was coming to him.
Tills phase In Jeffries' career. Illus
trates vividly tho difference between
tho French-Canadian and tho boiler
maker. Noah Hrueso, commonly known as
"Tommy Hums," had brains. In his
Innermost heart ho well knew his own
capacity In the fight lino, He was out
after tho dough all tho time, nnd so
arranged that tho dollars cnulo his way
overy time well evon then ho met
Johnson and Jeffries will fight as
mire as tho surf beats on tho Walklkl
beach. It may nut bo for a year or so,
and If Jeffries has learned auhlng
from Hums' mothod of making money,
It won't be for a couple of years. But
fight, they surd will.
And now when they meet, who will
Jeffries has been out of active train
In: for about four years. Hu naturally
will have to take off a lot of weight.
Can he do It? Undoubtedly ho can by
vigorous and strict training, but It is
not tho avoirdupois bo much that
counts, as the state of a mans "In-
Jeffries must surely be tat
lnWoi 'tis the fato of all nthlctes who
suddenlv null tlm c.inu Ji-ffrlpn'
williln a year from now seems very
faint. Johnson has engagements In
nlidevlllu for a lung tlnio to come.
Taking Jnhlibon, on the other hand
siwrts, from ping pnng to flAhtiur to
'""' "' "uvi '" '""" npiH-'urances,
end Is convinced that the four "J" flght
wilt como oft sure.
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9e Played '
I.acrojso Is a
game thar' should
flourish In this
country. Too hot
here! Not a 'bit of It, our cllmJlo I
Just right for tho great sport.
Whoro can a prettier sight bo socn
than a concerted team play which
sends tho ball from one Bide of the
field to tho othor, and then back again,
and finally tho critical moment when
tho-shot for goal Is made. Will tho
goal guard save, or will tho ball go
fly'iilg between the ports! ,
With almost every other form of
Hixirt flourishing In- Hawaii, tt Indoud
seems strange that, lacrosse Is 'neglect
ed. There aro quite a number of Can
micks In these Islands, and although
single individuals have, from time to
time, mentioned the gamo to tho pres
ent scribe, no effort seems to have
boon made to got the players together
and start oporutlons,
Thoro Is no doubt that If once the
game was started It would become
very jiopular. Lacrosse calls for speed,
good wind, and u keen eye. There Is
plonty of that kind ot dopo amongst
our athieteB hero.
Any old lacrosse .player who man
ages to wndo through this screed, and
who Is Interested In lnrriiuu,, wmilil
givb the prospects of tho gamo being
stBrtod hero a boost, bv caniniunli-niim-
wli, or dropping In to seo, the sport-
nib wiiur -ui me u u 1 1 e i n.
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Rain Stops All
The rain yosterday afternoon put a
stop to all the different guinea of
uascoall and cricket. The St. Louis
lutcrclass game went three Innings,
but Kn Sue, tile umpire, called the
game off at that stage. It was alto
gether too wctsfor flaying ball, and
his was a sensible action to take.
Whon tho gntne was stopped the
bophs and tho Freshmen had scored
three In the second and one In tho
tourth, making a total of four to tho
older men's nil,
Aug. Dreler was ,In fine form fop
the game and kept tho other l'Ie
guessing all the time. The abandon
ed gama wUI bo re-played on Friday
Tho cricket .match at Maklkl be
tween the Honolulu club and tho
crew of the Klvaston had to lapse on
account of the rain, which was very
heavy out in the Maklkl district.
I The cricketers had time for a little
I practice before the deluge came, but
.wero compelled to draw the stumps
, I without attempting to play the
V,4 . .
Two soccer matches will be played
this afternoon on the Kamehameha
grounds. High school will play Pima
hou, and tho Kams will tacklo Alllo
If tho High School team defeat Pu-
nation they will be certain of the Inter
tchalastlc championship. The High
School bo far has won all four garnet,
and If successful today, will have ten
points to their credit.
Even If tho KaniB win their next
two games, they will only bo nine
points, nnd tho school will still bo
Kllshn Andrew's Illness Is bad luck
for the school. 'Andrews is a reliable
center forward, and n brilliant full
Punahoil Is tilso up agnlnst It, ns
their center forward, Mon Yin, Is laid
up with a broken leg. The Alllolaul
Kamehameha gamo will be n hard. tus
sle und K)Kslbly will be of greater In
terest than the grent game in which
High School defeated tho Kams by
i. Tho Knms nre conceded to have an
easy chance to defeat the Knlmukl
boys nnd, should Puliation win or draw
with the High School It will b-avc the
championship to bo decided between
High and the Kams next week. Should
this be the ease the game between
those two will surely bo a iccurd
Hapld Transit got theirs good and
hard from tho Piinnhou bowlers lost
night. Harold Hear for tho car boys
made the excellent nverage of
179 2-3. This Is the highest aver-
pge made at tho Hotel alleys up to
date. Oc.ir made one score of l!lf
with only one spnro to help.
The work of both teams was good
and the general uvoiuget excellent.
Ilefore tho tourunmcilt Is over some
high scores should be registered In
The following were the afllcl.il
1 2 3 Tl. i
1. Hear K,g 21C 15G r3tl
'i. Kinslea 14C 13 12U 410
3, Schmidt 143 1T4 14S 4U5
4 Wlnno 141 151 123 41S
C Smith 134 13C DC KG
732 817 CI!) 2198
12 3 Tl.
147 153 126 426
141 144 126 411
l.-.r, 159 132 446
125 132 140 397
146 152 89 387
714 740 613 2067
Asch substituted for Schilling In
the third game.
8 a tt
Homo of tho men who Intend com
peting In tho go-as-you-pleaso race to
Halclwa, have settled down to active
training. And It will tako some hard
work on tho roads. In tho early morn
ings, .to fit u man for even u walk of
twonty-soven miles, much less a 'run
or dog trot.
Tho latter means of hitting tho road
will probably bo ndopted by tho itltl-
mato winner. A man who can keep
up a fair gait walking tho wholo din
tanco will find thnt trrc man. who in
tho early Btago of tho rnce may have
led him by miles, will drop back, and
no passed easily enough.
The Marathon committee will prob
ably meet next Tuesday night, and all
details will ho gono Into. Tho race Is
certain to come off, on tho Hlli of
March, and should bo witnessed eu
routo by large numbers of spectators
n It II
They aro raising a fund In Aus-
ttullu to bring Qrlffo, tho boxer, back
there, whoro ho belongs, (Irtffo, whoso
real namo Is Alhort (! rim tlm, was
probnbly the gioatest sparrer tho
world has known. At his best they
called him tho Paganla! of the Pad
ded Mitt, nnd he deserved the title.
He could make the best of glove ar
tists look foolish In a match for
points, but he was cursed with "bad
hands," ntid ho never made much
headway as a llulsh fighter. Qrlffo.
early In his American career, acquir
ed a taste for liquor, and It proved
his undoing. For years ho went from
bad to worse, and Ills spasmodic at
tempts lo pull himself together weio
weal; offorls. It Is to tho credit of
tho Australian sporta that thoy huvo
me, iih"'eu me itocits l.au. as
they called Grlfto. Ho Is somewhere
urouud Chicago now, nud It Is un
derstood that tho movement in his
behalf Is in response- to his exnressed
wish io no buck, ngaln in his native,
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Im 'Iiliilliiliilii I'l i iiHlliill il'i I ill HlliB
Secretaries or othrr author- t y ,
Izcd representatives of clubs & '-
are asked U tend In n list ot O
events, scheduled by them, thnt
lhc may be included In tho .
piogram. Address all comrau-
Mentions to the Sporting Kdl- r '.
lor, K v e li I n g II tl 1 1 o 1 1 II . ,. '
Kch II- Chinese Minors A O
and II teams -V
Pcb si- Chinese Minora O -V ,
and II teams.
BOWLING ' '
Feb. 12: Piinnhou vs. Hapld
Feb. 16: Mnrlnes vs. Fort 4-.
Feb. 17: Pituahou vs. Mar-
' V o
Feb. 22: Nuvclty. li
Feb. 1.1: HullUnn vo. Peter- -
nun. , - ' i
TRACK MEET - '
Feb. 27: Y. M. C. A. tinclc
Hilo Race Ot
July m ,
1III.O, Hawaii, Feb. 11. Details ,
for ono of the Fourth of Jijly Un ,'
races have been nrintiged ami otluru
are being dlieusued, to Include, piou- X
nl ly, MiiiK'thlug special for Hawaiian '.',
breds. The big nice will bo called
the llllo Merchants' Stake of $'.-
UOU to the winner. 11-1 miles, frm
foi nil, weight for uge; entrance fou
t250, to hu mild an follows: $50 t
nominate on April 15; JIO0 to 1m.
paid on M.i 15, when owners mutt
give the name nnd breeding of thch
horse j ; $100, the Inst payment, on or
before C p. m. on June 26, 1909.
Any owner not complying with
these rules nnd conditions will for-
Mt till entrance money that has bctm
paid In Five to entei, three to start;' ,
If only two ctnrt they will run for
tho entrance fees. If only one should "
stui t. ho can walk the track for tho
entrance fees. All entrance, fees v. lit '
be n'celvcd by Charles' H.Wrlght. V ho
will pay the purso to thu winner.
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Unqiue Team o!
Frankfort tKy). Kentucky ui
boast next summer of the r.troiiri-nt
baseball nlno uver organized.' Yt'nrleii
Mudd of the Statu penltentnry Is ti b. r
iliu manager, the average of tho t an
will bo 73 cars, and nlmost cv.-i
member will be a murderer, r.oniu, '
a llfo fcoiiteiico for his crime. Follow
Ing Is thu makeup of the team: ..
C. U, Cook, 80. Whntloi county, mur !
derer, pitcher. h
Kdwnrd Ilrnns, SO, Hoylo county S
forger, Miortstop. . , j
William Joseph, 67. Jcficrsnu coua
tj, murderer, first base.
Cnlvln Hnlns. 77, Owsley counts;,
murderer, thlrfl base.
Iliiben Collingsworth, 66, .Pirry
county, hog thief, center 'field.
Thomas Depew, SO. Pendleton coiui- ,
ty, poisoner, right Hold. 'W,
W. T. Hr) nut. 6C, Mnntgomery coim-
ty, horso thief, left field. M
A man must bo at least 65 years oW 3T
to bo illgible for this team, und it l!l?,
planned to hno soveml oxhlbltiim i
games played w'.lhlii tho walls of tlm
prlMin yar.1 next enr. I.leutenaht ,W
Oovemor Cox, an fiithustastlu fan. is J
I lapu'.ug io ki one of tho games IbW ,
strange learn plays. ,
Old-style strnlght Ken
tucky Hourbon. Conti
nental was the favorlto
of the Southern gentry
of "hefo.ili the war" pe
riod. 'A good, honest,
filendly old whiskey'."
W. C. Peacock
, & Co., Ltd.,
Sole ApenU, " - ' MH
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