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It was a most unsatisfactory fight
from all points of view, and ono of
the principal reasons was the stated
mini proposition for "win, lose, or
Tlio Orphcum was packed as full as
It poslbly could ho on Saturday
night, when tho middleweight fight
for tho championship of llawall'was
fought for by Dick Sullivan and Geo.
At 7:30 p. tn. all tlio scats had been
sold out and speculators wcro offer
ing Jl tickets at M.I0and selling
like hot cakes. Many who had paid
$2. GO had to stand at tho rlngsldo
during tho flght.N
Quito a number of prominent peo
ple were present, Including a big
gathering of Army and Navy men.
The pit was completely taken up by
soldiers. They were out to enjoy
themselves, and If cheering and yell
ing Is any criterion or bliss, tfic boys
certainly cnJocd themselves. At
8:30 p. Ml., when the opening bouts
started, there was as big a "house"
ns tho old Orphcum has over held.
Automobiles and carriages galore lin
ed Fort street, and a largo crowd of
eoplo waited outside, to hear tho re
sults of the different scraps.
The success of the ontcrtnlnmont
was somewhat marred by an unfor
tunate Incident which occurred dur
ing the fifth round of tho champion
Peterson, who had been fighting
strongly, fouled Sullivan. Mike Fut
ton sajs he warned Peterson about
hitting below the belt. However, tho
flcht prorccded, and within half a
minute Sullivan was again hit low.
Tho refcrco at onco stopped tho fight
and awarded the contest to Sullivan.
Tho referee's decision was abso
lutely correct, tho fouling being ob
vious to nnyono nt tlio ringside, or on
a level with the ring lloor. As to the
foul blows being Intentional or not,
the writer canuot say. ,
- After being awarded tho fight on n
foul, Sullivan approached tho press
tnblo and stated that ho did not wish
t.-i tnkc tho championship In such an
unsatisfactory mnnnur, and was
ready to continue the fight If Peter
son was willing to do so.
Thcro was much oxcllemcnt when
Pulton announced that Sullivan
would fight on. Thrco cheers wero
given for Dick by the soldlor section
of tho nudlcncc, and ovcryono settled
down In hopes oUsecing tho match go
on a few nioro rounds.
Of courso tho fight proper ended
when the referee gavo his decision,
and any other scrapping would havo
only been for love (?). Any other
suggestion would havo been absurd.
Why, suppose, by some lucky hit, I'o
tcrson had knocked Sullivan out In
the "second hulf" of th'e match. What
then could bo dono ono man being ft
wlnnor on a foul and tho oilier pug
tho victor on a knockout?
Peterson, on appearing for tho sec
ond time, got n very unllattorlng re
ception. He, however, took no notlco
of tho hooting, and proceeded to havo
1i!b gloves put on. Then unothcr
hitch occurred. Mlkn Patton nn
pounced surely ovcryono was awaro
of tho fact that all bettors on Sul
livan had won their money, tho coin
of courso going with the decision, no
matter what the outcome of tho
"second half" might bo.
Peterson nt once loft tho ring and
refused to contlnuo fighting. Ot
course Patton and Sullivan wanted
tho crowd to sco something for their
money, but sti Icily speaking tho Idea
of continuing n light after a decision
lias been glvou wus absurd. Evcry
oi.o wu disappointed, of course, and
what had promised to bo a real good
gc was spoilt by'the Intentional or
unintentional foul blows.
Peterson, on being Interviewed In
lilb dressing room after tho fight saljl
In pait: "I swear I am not awaro ot
hitting Sullivan foul. I hud no yea
son to do so, ns I felt that I was get
ting tho best of tho scrap. Sullivan
couldn't hurt me If I were asleep. If
I routed, It was unintentional."
Sullivan, also seen Immediately af
tti tho fight, said in part: ''Peterson
fculod mo twice. 1 appealed to ,tho
lefereo on tho first occasion, and ho
warqed Poterson about hitting low.
Bopn afterward Peterson again hit
me foul, and fie refereo save mo the
decision. I was only playing with
Peterson.. Ho Is a big husky fellow,
By toour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, .Jr.
VPHONE 100. . .
but I feel confident 1 could have put
him to sleep In a few rounds more."
There was some talk of "foko" aft
er the fight, but thcro Is nothing In
such statements. Tho fight was on
tho square sure, nnd It Is a pity that
it was not n clean-break affair. Halt
of each three-minute rodnd was taken
up with clinches', Patton having a
hard tlmo to separate, tho men,
Peterson would rush Sullivan to
the ropes and endenvor to pin htm
there. Alter the second round most
of tho work was done In Peterson's
corner, Sullivan coming over after
Tho evening's .fun opened wltn
what was announced ns a four-round
fight between Hcreulc It and Young
Nelson. Tho Inttjr, a much taller
man than the noble Greek, treated
tho "go" as a huge Joke. So It was
for the marine, bit for the rolling
pin operator must tinvq been abuut ns
"funny" as tho frogs thought tlio
Nelson stood up to pitch and the
strong manbatted the iilr. The
Dane put a beauty right oer the
plate. "Strike oile!" said I'rnnkle
Smith, thn referee. "Now llerky,
old boy; Now!" yelled ono of the
Greek's- seconds. And It was "now"
with a vcngcnuic Nelson simply
lifted the poor dough-puncher off
his feet with a hard right. Tulk
about thn fall of ancient Greece!
Why, it wnsn't within a city block nt
whnt our own local did In thn falling
lino. The man from Athens staved
where lie was, fulrjy comfortable and
perfectly safe, ror ecven seconds.
Then visions of tbo 'glorious past of
his race flew through his mind, and,
with a do-or-dlo expression on his
face tho Greok rushed In. There
wasn't much "do" nbout It what
llltlo doing there was was up to Nel
son. Sizing up hs man, Nelson hit
the representative ot Greece once
more, and then the towel went sky
wards. The cook never Had'a look-In
with Nelson, and probably a batch ot
hip own bread would have put up a
better tight If thcro was enough
jcast In It.
Ths flerco contest was followed by
a much better scrap, put up by Scott
McCollough. Tho latter had the
advantage In weight by nt least ten
or twelve pounds, judging by appear
ances, and Scott cortalnly fought
cleverly. He knew what ha was up
against, and played to tire the soldier
out. McCollough, however, was too
strong, nnd, although Scott livened
things tip a lot 111 the last two rounds
the soldier got tho vordlct,
To the writer, who scored tlio
points as the fight went on, Scott
seemed entitled to u draw.
'Hilly Warhnm was greotcd with
cheers, nnd yells of "Hot cakes, ham
and eggs ono fried on ono Bide, tho
other on the other side.' und numer
ous other facetious remarks, when ho
appeared to announce tho events.
Ilefore tho main evont cama on, It
was announced that Frnnltlo Smith
and Charllo Ilcllly would fight on tho
Tho championship rounds wont as
First Hound Peterson adopted
the famous crouch. Sully stood up
right. Dick leads with left, but Pete
molds connection cleverly. Peterson
tries for head and Dick ducks, com
ing back with a right to heart.
Clinch. Pete visits Dick's kidney sec
Hon. Sullivan forced across tho ring
to tho ropos. Pote makes wild right
BWlng for Jaw. Sullivan gets olit ot u
hotlcorner and clinches. Mlko Pat
ton breaks them, and Pete lands on
neck. Fierce infighting as gong goes,
Second Hound Sullivan to ace.
Pete swings hot right to head. Clinch.
Hold on till Patton drags thorn apatt
und then Peterson feints with left
arid gets right across on nose. Bulll
Mtn puts straight left to faco; first
blood to Dick. Pete attacks kidneys
in clinch, but does not do much dam
age. Pete gets mad and swings a
wicked right to head as gong goes.
Third Itound 8ulllvan puts a
beautiful loft to Jaw. Poto rushel
li nnd clinches. Sully turns his bat
tnrles on to kldnoys. Sullivan
straight left to head a beauty
Clinch. Whilst lockod together Dick
lauds uppercut where ho fancies it
will do the most good. Poterson tries
another right BWlng but with no re
sult. Clinch. Dick plays tattoo on
btomach. Breakaway, and Pete lands
good one on race. Clinched as gong
goes. Horerco has hard work to make
I ho men break. Even round.
Fourth Itound Dick rushes In
nnd forces the fighting In Pete's cor
ner. Fold again tries right swing
and misses. Sully clever in smother
ing up,' most of Peterson's blows be
ing caught bn Dick's forearm. Pcta
gets left to Sully's face. Clinch
retcrsoh forcing Dick to ropes. Sul
ly's claret Is tapped, but ho visits
Pete's stomach twice In clinch.
Breakaway with nation's help
nnd Dick lands g'ood ono on Jaw.
Clinch, during which Pete puts In a
fierce uppercut on Dick's Jaw, Hon
on. arc easy.
Fifth Hound Peterson rusjics
In nnd tries for a knockout, but falls.
Clinch Dick hammering away at
kidneys. Patton forces them apart,
and Pete hits over tho referee's shoul
der and lands lightly on Dick's head.
Long-range fighting for n fow sec
onds, then Peterson rushes In and
hits below tho belt. Pcto Is warned
b), referee, nnd In making wild swing
slips and fnlls. Up again and at It
linnihicr and tongs. Clinch during
wh'lch Peterson ngaln fouls nnd fight
I) awarded to Sullivan, This round
went ono and one-halt minutes,
it 8 It '
Puuahou ond, High School played
a draw on Saturday, making one
point each, and Kamehamcha In tho
lest few minutes of the gnmo, scored
it goal and beat tho Alllolanl bojs
Iloth games were flno exhibitions (
fcotbal, and at this stago ot the
championship, very exciting. High
School now Is credited with nluo
points and Kams with seven. Should
the Knms defeat High School, a t!n
for tho chnmplonshlp will occur, each
team having nine points each. On
tho other hand. If High puts It over
Kamehamcha this afternoon the
Highs will be tho champion school
High School was without tho ser
vicer of Andrews, who Is ill, and'tiicy
fill his absence vry much. Henry
Chllllngworth, whoso" proper position
Is at full back, had to moo up to
ce'ntsr forward. Ho"dldiwclL,JsUio
niw position; but the, combination
work suffercdaccordlngly, WittilAri
drews as center forward and Chilling
worth nt full back', things) might finao
been different. ,
Mhgoon scored first for Punahou
with a good shot ror goal. Up till
half time no fdrthcr scoring was dono
although the College team very near.
ly did the trick a couplo of times.
In tho second holt the High School
played down-hill and forced tho play.
Abe Norton. Inking a long pais from
Purvis, shot for go.il and the ball
went through. Tho umpire's whlstlo
how'over went before tbo ball passed
Marcalllno, taking tho ball from
n scrimmage In front of goal, kicked
past Prosser and scored. From that
on tlio High School attacked strong-
hilt were unablo to add to tliclr
Tho second game, between the Alll
olanl and Kamehamcha boys, was a
splendid exhibition. In the first half
tho Kaimukl lads had tho, advantage
nfiplnylng down hill. They looked
like scoring all the time, but somo
how failed at tho critical moment.
In the second half, Illckard'a good
work saved tlmo after tlmo. Ills
work was excellent and surprised
ccn his own team mates.' Just at
tho finish ot tho 'gamo he blocked
three shots for goal, but, tho fourth
attempt was successful, and the
,ilpb Anderson was umpire nnd his
decisions wero at all times prompt
and correct. The two gnmes wero
mighty good exhibitions ot soccer anil
tho Kams aro now In Jlno for tbo
Tho lineup was as follows:
F'lrst game Punahou: Fraser, g;
Akina, rf; Lota, Jp.'Austln, rh: With-
lngton,.ch; Young, lh: Magoon, or;
will Desha, lr; Townsend, f; Olbb,
II, Bchuman, ol. High Schobir Hlcc,
g; Kellcti. rf: Davis, If; Parker, rh;
Austin White, chj Purvis, Hi! Mar
colllnb, dr; Sing Hoou, lr; Henry
Chllllngworth, cf: Norton, II: Djcr,
Second game Kaniehameha: Ko-
kuewa, g; lint, rf; Whiting, If; Ka
hitnamoku, rh; Kallmapchli, ch; Mc
Intyrd, lh; Mackenzie, or; Smytho,
lr; Murray, II; Akana, ol, Alllola
nl: Rlckard, g; Kahea( rf; Mchcula,
It; Robinson, rh; Kancalll, ch; En
Pul, lh; Kolohca, or; Cartor, lr: llro
dcr'lck, cf; Btlllman, 11; lloaplll, ol.
Hob Anderson refcrped for both
games, fwenty-mlnuto halves.
Jeffries, whllo getting himself In
shnpo for his vnudrvlllo stunt, will
try to see what there Is In A) Kauf
man, whom Hilly Dolaney still thinks
a coming chnmplnn, j Jeffries will
tour tlio country wlli Kaufman,
Tho Cupid ball league returned to
Anln Park jeslcrday afternoon. The
gomes started very late, and when
they did get under way wcro very
The first game, between the Aal'is
ond Hooches,, was won by tho former
team, 13 to 7, and the second, between
tho White Sox and tho J. A. C.s, wont
to tho Whllo Sox by a score of 21 to 2!
Sounds llkb tho way tho gamo Is
played In Sydney, where no gamo gives
entire satisfaction unless ono side
scores nt least twenty or thirty runs.
Tho second gamo did not stnrt until
ntlor 4 o'clock, nnd consequent
dragged out till a lato hour.
The Aalas started scoring In the
first Inning with thrco runs, and fol
lowed this with two In the second nnd
two In tho fourth. In tho seventh they
mado four, nnd two moro In thu
Tho Hcachcs scored one In tho kcc
ong, three In tho fifth, nnd three In the
eights. Webster, who had nlrcady
placed n hard game In the morning,
did very well. He did some good fly
catching at center field besides bnttlng
out a few good ones.
Next Sunday It Is hoped that tho
l.caguo wakes up a little und that the
Riverside Juniors bo mndo quit In good
tlmo so that tho Cupids can start nt a
Ainuni sn o a
McCall, .".li 4 1
Mcdclros, lb S 0
Ellis, If 3 0
Knh'nawlnul, cf. . .G 1
Uutlcr, ss t 1
Frcltas. 2b 3 2
Fernandez, rf 3 1
Anderson, c 4 0
Marshall, p 3 1
Totuls 34 7 10 4 21 11 7
AHHHII St) O
Zorbe, If 5 2
Souza, rf 3 1
Johnson, II S 0
Walkor, 3b E 1
Lunlug, c 3 1
J. Leslie, cf 5 3
II. Leslie, 2b 4 I
Filler, ss 3 2
Gomes, p. fj 2
Totals 3S 13 11 12
1 2 3 4 B ,B 7 8 9
Runs ....01003003 o 7
U, o 0 0 2 2 1 1 3 1 10 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
nuns 3 2 2 0 0 0 4 2 13
IJ. II ..2 0 4 110 3 0 II
Two-base hits, Kahauwlnut 2, Frelt-
ns, Anderson, Walker, J. LcbIIo; three-
base hit, Hutlcr; bases on balls, off
Marshall 6, Gomes 4; struck out, by
uMarshall 6, Goiiiub 4; wild pilches,
Marshall 2, Gomes: hit by pitcher. Kil
ler, Souza ;, sacrifice hits, McCall, El
lis, Filler; double play, Leslie to John-
sun. Tlmo of game, 1 hour GO min
utes; umpire, K. Fernandez; scorer, W.
ADIUIII SU O A
Masak, cf S 3 3 0 1 0
Ross, 2b S 2 2 112
Kcaloha, 3b 4
Ah Toon, If. .
Urltoj rf-lb. .
Tom Yen, sa.
Markham, p. .
Totals 10 21 16 & 21 9 f
J. A. C.
All R 1111 811 O
Sakalno, 3b 3 1
Ynmashlro, p 3 1
Yutaka, c 3 0
Waklta, ss 3 0
Kuwamoto, lb. ...3 0
MorlBhlgo, rf 3 0
Yasu, 2b 3 0
Hideo, If. .7. 3 0
Goto, cf 3 0
C 3 21 '0 7
Runs 3 1 2 0 0 12 321
IJ. II 3 1110 H 2
J. A. C.
nuns' 2 0 0 0 0 llll
II. II 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 d
Twb-bnse hits, Masak 2, Hobs, Ah
Toqii, ..ottey, Tom Yen, Antone, .Mark-
ham ; bascB on balls, off Ynmu 3;
struck out, by Markham 3, Yuma C;
wild pitch, Yamashlro; passed bulls,
Yutaka 2; Bacrlflco lilts, Ilasiik, Murk
ham, Ynsu; double play, Yarn to Sn
kalno. Tlmo of gnmo, 1 hour 35 min
utes; umpire, 1, Fernandez; hcorer, W
H tt M
Ray Ewry, United States champion
and holder of tho world's records in
tho Btnnillng broad and high Jumps,
must submit to an operation before
ho can over Jump agnlii. The "Jorsey
Skecter" has been 111 Blnce his return
from tho Iondon Olympics, whoio It
la said, ho burBted a blood vessel In
his kidneys. Tho doctors suy that
tho operation will not bo dangerous
and that Ewry will probably pull
through nil right, .
Lloyd Keeling, a Sioux City uth-
lete, developed In the high school of
that city, has beon chosen to lead tho
football forces of South Dakota uni
versity poxt fall.
Company G Once
Company O whitewashed Company
F csterday to thu lime of 0 to 0, Tho
gamo wns not as one slued as mo
ecoic indicate, nnd up to the sixth tho .
gnmo belonged to an) one.
The G bos made borne hut h!tn past
third baseman In tlio sixth, sotuntli
and eighth Innlnga. Two runs wcro
Rcorcd In tho blxth, thrco In tho sev
enth nnd four In tho eighth.
lloloiiu, the G pitcher, wat pln)ing
flno ball, and most of tlio -I-' baltern
fanned or expired ul first.
Tho losers only mado two hits dur
ing the gam-, while tho ( Ihij-s hand
ed out 12. Thu G Iiiiik hnu won nil
four games with the other loiupnnlrs,
two with curb, and I ho) frel very Hat
Itfled wlfh tlicniFchca They look for
wrtnl to the Dunning bo)s series with
The ofllclnl score wan:
Homier, K'apl) cf.
Gunner, lb r
Howe, 3b i",
McCarty, us S
Gongol, If. .
Klstlcr, c. .
Iloloim, p. .
Franks, rf. .
Totals 4U n 11 8 27 lo 2
AlllUIH Sll O A E
Collins, r I II
llatcmau, 2b I 0
Drews, cf I
Glenn. 3b 3
Hcckdahl, II 3
Mornn, hs 3
2 0 27 3
Shingle Cup Is
Won By Aala
Tho Anln Juniors beat the Clilnoso
Aloha Juniors ctcnlny morning, for
tho championship of tho Itherslilu
lunlor League, nnd thereby took tho
tobeit Shliigto Cup.
i'elvr pitched good ball up to thu '!''
l"ixiii inning, wneu me Alius scored -.
lllno rmiH' S!"'' started things going
"' "eating a nice limit Willi tlio imhOJ ,
full TIiIm lirmfplil luiliii, Ihri.e men
and then n biinili of lilts were made1 JitSJ
that each scored.
The crowd was very excited
urge-Uip to the edge of tho diamond,
rile A loll n.s iiinilo u good, plucky fight
ot it, but tho Aulas wero
ahead nnd won by 12 to 10.
Tho official score was:
Sam Hop, rf I 1 .1 2
J Leslie, 31 .'. 1
A. Aram, 2b . . .1, 1
A. Frnnio, If C 2
II. Ilrlto, o r,
S. Markham, m. .3
W. Iloopll, cr
M. Corre.i, lb
It. Lcdle, p .
J. Maick, cf . .
Totals 41 12 10 8
En Pan, rf I 1 1 1
W. Rice, ss . . .-. .T,
A. May, lb ....,!
A. Norton, 2b . . .'ft
I'. L. Aknnn, cf. I
Ah Toon, c ..... I
L. Peter, p 2
Tom Yen, 3b ... .4
2 112 0 'JU
3 0 10 2 TlHtl
i 2 l v n t , imm
.1 2 1-112 01 48K'
I 2 1 2 I ' 1 ,j
27 ir. 7 7-.
1 1 ,0 , f i
1 1 1 1 3 '11 .J
I 1 Oil II .2 1
110 0 4 1 Jt .
12 12 0 0 3&
2 i i o o y yt
i "i t -1 tj, 1M
looo ':: 'o'M'
o 1 o 'l 2 3 jfl'r
. 37 10 10 C 27 II 7 iW
tt it It "ij,'f
This afternoon, on Alexander Field,
High School nnd theKnins try con
clusions nt the soccer game. Tho
sthool, out of flvo games, has won -four
and drawn one. This gives them
nlno points. Tho, Knms havo won
thrco games nnd drawn ono, giving
them seven pnlirts,
Should High School logo to Knm
today, the championship Interhclinl
abtlc series will lesult In n draw, nnd ,
the two teams will have lo play oft.
for the premlcishlp. Andrews will
probably play tilny, and that wilt
help the High School n lot.
Alllolanl and I'linnhnu will nl to
play their game this afternoon. Tho
ff.rnier team has been showing good
term, nnd has fought hard In ovory
game So fur they havo not scored J
a goal, and they ma very nnxlniis to'
win from Puutihott today.
n u t
N J Cartmcll, Iho former Pnnn
sjlvanla Intercollegiate champion nt
100 mid 220 ynidB, Is reported to bo
an entrant In tho famous Shcfllold
handicap, in England, whlrh Ir worth
t7,G00 In money nnd Ihrlco that
amount In wngerB. Tho only Amer
ican who over won tho raco was Stan
ford foimoily n Ynlo star.
too far ' .mh
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