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When Franklo Binltli nnd Charlie
Hell ty step Into tho ring on tho 27 tti
of this month It will be to nght under
tho clcan-brcnk rule. Thin Insures n
gcod, lively bout, and does away with
tho woarlsomo clinches and Infight
ing that characterized last Saturday
night's struggle for the middleweight
If the clean-break rulo hnd been In
force on Saturday last, tho public
would hnvo been treated to a pretty
and scientific fight Instead of a suc
cession of wrestling matches for
that Is whut It looked most like.
Another thing is that the referee
will not be, for halt his time, engaged
In an abortlvo attempt to separate
the two fighters, who each, as Is nat
ural, want to be the first to get out
of tho clinch, for then tho chanco of
Irndlng a good ono In the breakaway
It Is 11 very annoying nnd tiring
thing to have to sit ana watch two
men swaying locked together, all over
tho ring. Still, it Is tho game under
tho hitting and defending In clinches
Tho fight on tho 27th between tho
two featherweights should bo as de
void of clinches of any duration
al) the big fight was full of them.
Thcso two lads, Smith nnd Kcllly, put
up ns pretty a fight as could be
wished for on tho occasion of their
first meeting, nnd thcro is no doubt
that tho go on tho 27th will bo Just
Tho last fight was for fifteen
lounds and was so evenly fought out
that tho referco had to call It a draw.
The next meeting of tho lads will bo
uleo over the samo distance, although
efforts were made to extend tho num-
bci of rounds to twenty.
iWhcn, the. two boys step into tho
ring they will bo In tho pink of con
illtlon, nnd a good, clean, willing go
is assured. No ono need stay away
from the featherweight fight feeling
that it will be nil clinches and wrist,
ling. Tho elenn-brenk Is going toYbo
tho dopo In Honolulu in tho future.
and consequently fino scraps should
be tho rulo.
Smith nnd Reilly are very evenly
matched on their previous showing
and It is hard to say who will get Che
decision In their noxt match, Frnnkl'o
H n very willing fighter nnd keeps
boring In all tho time, whilst rtcllly
Is very clover nnd is up to every
movo In tho boxing game.
Hot Ji men nro In active training
nnd are determined to finish It ono
way or another at their noxt meet
ing. A decision, almost invariably, In
n featherweight contest Is arrived at
on a point basis. Tho small fellows
very seldom hnvo tho punch that puts
a well-seasoned lad to slumberland.
Tho weight Is not there to ndd forco
tr. tho blow nnd, after all. It Is tho
weight of the body behind the pis-ton-llko
punch that docs tho dnmago
to tho other fellow's spinal column.
Tho fnvorito knock-out roulo Is via
tho Jaw. A woll-dollvered punch on
tho point forces tho head back on tho
spine with such violence that tho
Htihjcct operated on at once becomes
ur.consclous and takes no lurther In
terest In tho proceedings.
Hclng knocked out by a wallop on
tho Jaw Is really not such an un
pleasant expcrlenco as the uninitiat
ed might think. After tho punch Is
stopped by ono's chin everything Is
Mlo an opium fiend's dream; stars, of
course, first tako a hand because the
brain routers uro disturbed. Within
a second or two ovory thing seems to
I) (1 delightful. Tho pug who stopped
tho wicked left or right with his jaw
Ihtnl. It. tu n..l . , 1 I"" "V "
"" "U "" """"" 'uiirv u- "".K.hnnlH will
, (tuuiio. .iiitiiiiiik luuiu un muru
pleasant, although ho Is annoyed by
n far-away volco which will Insist on
counting "Ono, two, tnreo," nnd bo
on, to what seems a thousand. Oh!
If that guy would only stop his ef
forts to reach somo tar-oir number
all would bo Heavenly, Suddenly tho
counting ceases and everything is
unlet, excepting tomo faint nolso
which is wafted from tho outside
somewhere. Now for a comfortablo
sleep, thinks tho bloko who Is knock
ed out, but vain hope. A bucket of
water Is thrown over him, and ho
awakes with a pain in the back of tho
head that simply makes him think ho
bus been on a record-breaking Jug.
Ills disgusted seconds nnnounco tho
fact that ho has lost ttio fight, nnd,
with many curses, tell him how it
happened and what he should havo
done to prevent the catastrophe I
He cannot roallzo that tho fight Is
over and that ho has been licked. Up
to a certain point he Is clear about
everything; he remembers every blow
and every Incident of the scrap. Then
comes a blank, which occurred when
telegraphic communication was In-
tnrfnrred with between hrnln nnd
body. and tho pug knows no more.
There Is not' much danger of
Hankie Smith or Charlie Reilly be
ing dealt with in abovo described.
Their fight will surety be decided on
points for cloverness. Wind and con.
dltlon will nlso tell a tale, nnd both
nds nro well fixed In that way. I
The boys should put up a most nt-1
tractlvo fight on the 27th, and It Is
to bo hoped that all thoso that saw
tho other go between thcso two scrnp
pirs will be on hand to cheer their
fnvorito on to victory.
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Peterson by the
Tho news that George Peterson Is
returning to San Francisco on the
l.urllno is not surprising to nnono
"In tho know." Peterson Is home
sick and wants .to see his family.
tin has been miserable all tho timn
he- has been In Honolulu. Ho felt an
uttor stranger, and his reception at
tho Orpheum was the finishing touch.
Ills share of th,e purso far Kls'flght
with Sullivan barely paid expenses,
and now ha baa had to post SCO. us a
guarantee that he will return to
fight Sullivan a second tllnc.
Wllf Peterson . rcturn-n 'Nit! Not
on your tintype! ' He is firmly con-
vlnccd-that a Btranger haB no chance
of gaining a decision against ailocal
man Jn this town. No nrgument can
shake his conviction about this mat)
lcr. It is, of course, erroneous to Bay
suoh a thing, but that Is what I'cto'
thinks and says. ' '
, It Is n great pity, becauso Peterson
If u hard-working pugilist and one
who left no stone unturned In hU
tialnlng stunts, to fit himself for tho
fight with Sullivan.
Prto claims thnt tho foul blows for
which hd was disqualified were not
Intentional, and the wrltcpcan seo no
valid reason why Peterson should re
sort to foul work at that stage of tho
fight. He was going strong and seem
ed to have an even chance with Sul
Ivrin when tho Incident occurred.
It has been an unprofitable trip
for Peterson nnd, worse than that, the
history of tho fight In Honolulu will
be known in San Francisco before ho
Pete, jou had better stay here and
hnvo another go at Sullivan. Never
mind If you should be licked; fight
him and cither win orgo down with
your colors flying. Don't skip to tho
Coast under a cloud. 80 bo It.
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Secretaries or other author
lied representatives of clubs
ore asked U send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, thnt
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to tho Spotting Rdl
tor, Bventng Bulletin.
Feb. 21: Chlneso
and II teams.
17: Punahou vs. Mar
San Francisco, Jan. 30. Talcs of a
wild chase of two days In a Studebak-
cr automobile over tho frozen snows
of Siberia after a monster Hon which
had killed between fifty and sixty
horses nnd which finally resulted In
victory for tho hunter, havo been
Lrought to this city by Paul Peter
Yaroonko. tho Studcbakcr represent
tithe In the Far Hast, who arrived In
this city n few days ago.
Tho Incident In which Yarovenko
placd such n prominent part occurred
about two months ngo nnd 1,000 miles
Inland near tho town of Wagovest
schensk In Siberia. Yarovenko arriv
ed at the Siberian town tho latter part
of October after having driven his
Studobaker "40" roadster all tho way
from Paris. When ho reached tho set
tlement ho Intended to tako a stage
to somo of tho other remote villages,
when he heard that n herd of horses
had been killed or frightened nwny by
a monster lion, whlrh tho inhabitants
hnd failed to rapture, although many
claimed to hao Injured the animal
with rtflo shots.
At Ynrovenko's suggestion a party
was gathered, consisting of thrco men,
These set out in tho Studcbakcr auto
mobile armed with rifles, determined
to bring tho Hon to bay. After trail
ing twelve, hours over tho frozen
snows with tho mercury In tho neigh
borhood of 40 degrees below zero, the
thrco men separated, Yarovenko con
tinning up tho mountain canjrui In his
Just before dusk tho following night,
tho nutolst found tho trail of the
dreaded Hon, and In less than ono hour
ended Its career with three shots from
his Winchester. Kxamtnatlon of the
dead beast Inter showed that It hnd
been shot no less than flftccn times
which corroborated the statements
from the Inhabitants of tho Siberian
After considerable search for his
companions, Yarovenko and tho party
returned to lilagovcstschcnsk, where
the trophy of tho hunt was skinned.
Tho pell measured fifteen feet from
tip to tip. Slnco his arrival hero Yaro
venko haB been offered ns much as
1800 for the skin, but ho refuses to
sell It for less than 11,000.
Yarovenko Is n lieutenant In Die
uatc that tho Doctor was partial to Russian navy. Ho Is omptnjed h) the
hie own team, but they would like Studcbakcr concent and Is In this
n different referee next time. country subject to tho call of his flag,
27: Y. M. C. A. track
The basketball game between tho
I.lvc Wires and the Tigers, played nt
tho Y. M. C. A. last night, was a
good one. In tho first half tho Live
Wires had things pretty well their
own way, but In the second tho Ti
gers bucked Up it lot nnd scored 10.
Dr. Hand was referee nnd the vis
itors seemed hurt at some of his de
cisions. They do not menn to instn
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G. C, Beokley, Jr.
Tho local Marathon race commit
tco will meet tonight at 7:30 In tho
mauka pavilion of tho Young Hotel.
Unfortunately, Mr. Hopwood of Kb
mchnmcha will not bo able to act on
tho committee nnd Lieutenant Chil
ton, owing to military duties, will
also bo unabla to tako part. The
be well represented In
tho race, High School, Punahou, and
Kamchamcha having signified their
Intention of entering runners for tho
Fred. 1,. Waldron has, as usual,
ccmo to the front with n prlzo; In
fact, this tlmo ho hiiB promised thrco
prizes for tho competition.
A. K Vlorra has joinoa tho com
Inltteo and, such a hustler should be
Invaluable In gottlngs things dono in
tho proper way.
Ono of tho main points to be de
cided today is tho place whero en
tries will be recolved, and the fixing
finally of somo details of tho race.
It Is to bo hoped that overyono in
terested In the go-as-you-please will
turn out this evening at 7:30.
It ft n
Caro In tho fitting of new magneto
The Live Wires finally won by. 28
The line up wast Wires K.-Klcra
me. centre; E. Klemme Hud 1), Drown,
fight forward: II. Nott, left forward;
Richard Denny, right back; M. Do
ttllho, left back. Tigers John
Gomes, center; Joo Mcndonca and
Alvln Sllva, right forward; M. Phil
lips, left forward; A. Mendonca, right
bnck: Hermann Fnria, .left back.
Tlmo of game, 1 hour r, minutes.
Timekeepers, Crockett nnd Ilaptlst;
scorer, Paul Super; umpire, O. P.
Scares; referee, Dr. Hand.
The Honolulu Cricket Club will
hold a meeting at 8 p. m. on the
23d lust., at Messrs. Castle ft With
Ington'tf office, on Merchant street.
Some important business will bo
brought ul, and a ful attendance of
members Is requested. Several match
es are to be played In the near fu
ture, and the coming season should
bu an Interesting one. several Ilrlt
Uh Bteamers are exnrcted to touch
nt Honolulu within the next few
months, and thero should be somo
good matches played with tho men
nnd officers of tho vessels.
At Y.M.C.A, Now
Tho tennis courts nt ttio Y. M, C.
A. grounds are being renovated and
should soon be In good order for
play. Thero are a few good playcrB
who are monitors of the club and a
tournament Is soon to bo played off.
A largo number of members Intend
going In for tennis this season, nnd
tho prospects of tho game seem good,
MOTOR CAR GOSSIP.
Ho served In tho.Russo Japanese, wui
and was on ono of the battleships
which was Btuik by tho little brown
men nt Port Arthur. Ills first visit to
tho United States occurred when thu
Pusslan battleship Ijpuh put in nt this
port thrco years ago, and was held
prisoner nt Mare Island. After I lie
close of tho war, Yarovenko obtained
employment with tho Studcbakcr
Bros.' Company' of California. After
spending several weeks in tho cast at
tho factory and In New York City was
sent to Kurope as Its representative-.
Show In New
The best types of single cylinder
runabouts will mako from twenty to
thirty miles on n gallon of gasoline,
and the quantity of lubricating oil
required per mllo Is almost neglig
ible. Increasing the number of cylin
ders seems to havo the effect of In
creasing the fuel consumption for a
given travel, the reason for which
lies very largely In the fact that with
increasing power tho obtainable
speod Is greater,
Murphy blames Tinker with doing a
lot of unnecessary talking about tho
contact breaker parts Is always re Chicago club's affairs and with start-.
qulsltc, ns pattorns aro continually ing tho controversy which recently
changing, .and a very simple diver mado, him (Murphy) promise $10100
gence In the shapo or measurement to his players provided tho national'
nt the magneto should always he glv rnmmUslnii did not object. Therefore,
cp In ordering rcplncemontH, 1 Tinker Is said to be for sale.
Jim Jeffries Is about to embark nn
ono of tho greatest money making
vcyages In his eventful career. As
picdlcted exclusively In jestcrdny
morning's Call, tho great champion
yesterday signed up a contract with
Willlum MorrlB, tho famous Now
York theatrical promoter, for a 20
weeks', engagement In the east. Jeff
Is to receive the enormous salary of
$2,500 a week for his work, or $50.
000 for his cntlro engagement. Is
there any reason lit tno world why
ho should delay his Intention to chnl
lenge Johnson when ho can pick up
money this easily?
Morris, who Is ono of tho most Im
portant factors in to world of vnude
vlllo, came all tho way from New-
York to book Jeffries. Ho did not nil
vcrtlso his trip, but Instead kept
everything a dead secret. Upon his
nt rival hero, Morris had a short talk
with tho big fellow. At tho conclu
sion of this confab. Jeffries saw his
way clear to sign the contract nnd
the rest was easy. Iloth parties to
tho deal seem very woll satisfied
The Now York promoter mjs that
ho has a new stunt for Jeffries to per
form, but Just what It Is tho public
will' have to wnlt till Jeff appears on
tho NoV York stago to lonrn Morris
declares that It Is n novel net, some
thing 'never attempted by a pugilist
behind the footlights before, nnd ha
expects Jeff to mako good at tho out
set. Even U ho falls to draw, .left
will be sure of his money. Ho has u
Morris must hnvo something very
Important on tup for Jeff, becauso ho
has already succeeded In Inducing
tho great retired champion to return
to Los Angeles noxt week nnd do
two weeks' hard training. According
to Morris. Jeff is too big and too port
ly for tho work outlined for him nnd
he must take off mnny pounds before
making his bow to the New Yorkers.
"Joffrles will trnln down In tho
gvm nnd on the road for two weeks,"
suld Morris yesterday. "He has
promised mo that ho will return to
Los Angeles at the conclusion of his
engagement nt tho Wigwam and
work as I havo requested him to.
When ho tnkes oft 20 or 30 pounds ho
will bn lit for tho work that I havo
In view for him.
Now thnt the lo:al Marathon raco
seems sure to eventuate, the follow
ing account of the Longboat-Shrubliv
event should bo of great Interest to
New York, Feb f. -Tom Long
boat, the big Cnnndlan, broko Alfred
Shrubb's henrt nnd won a great raco
to-night from tho gnmest llttlo man
thnt ever Inceil a r.tcing shoe. It was
the old story of tho hnro nnd tortoise.
The haro hnd the speed nnd ho had
the heart, but the tortoiso was built
to go the route, and thnt is nil thnt
can bo said of the grentcst Marathon
raco of the century.
For twenty miles Shrubb rnccd tho
big Indian Into the ground nnd rnu
himself Into n stnto of collapso In nn
attempt to gain eight laps. He gain
ed them, but nt the cost of every
spark of stamina In his body, and ns
he staggered from tho trnck n beaten
man nt the end of the fifth Inp In tho
twenty-fourth mile, Tom Longboat
came plodding down the stretch, run
ning ns well ns he hnd run nt nny
stage of tho rncc Tho crowd gnvo
on cheer for the plucky llttlo Kng
llshmnn who hnd tried to play an
other man's game nnd failed, nnd
then settled down to vvntch longboat
finish the race nlonc. If pluck fcoulil
have won the rnce It would hnvo gono
to the Hngll-Jimnn.
Hut n man must have Mnrnthou
legs to go the route, and Shrubb did
nut have them.
Shrubb Set Fast Pace.
Shrubb was out for a new record
from the crack of the pistol. It wns
very plain Hint he Intended to run 1,
Lrngbnnt off his legs If tho Indian '
would follow tho pace, and to tho
surprise of every man In the houso
Longboat swung In behind Shrubb $
and started the first mllo nt n five- j
nilnuto clip. As tho men swung In- $
to tho stretch for the third lap Long
boat dropped back with a grin, nnd
Shrubb went on nlonc.
Time nnd again tho Indian allowed
the ilrlton to spurt ahead nnd gain n
Inp. At the end of tho ninth mllo
Shrubb was lending the red inn 11 by
three nnd n half laps Shrubb then
set 11 stiff pare, and Foon closed up
tho hnlf-lnp, nnd nt ten miles was
leading the Indian by four laps and
ISO yards Time. 57:32 2-r.. Shrubb
mnlntolmd his heart-breaking pneo
in the eleventh mile, finishing flvo
nnd Ihreo-qiiartern laps nhend. Ho 'y
continued to guln In tho twclh to 4
tho fifteenth mile, and looked nn
fresh ns when ho first started. Tho
Indian wns nlso In fair shape, and
although ho looked worried ho kept
plugging along at his usunl gait
Shrubb wns six and one-half laps
I-ongboat tried n sprint In tho six
teenth, but Shrubb soon cnught him.
nnd tho end of tho sixteenth found
Shrubb lending by seven laps.
Tho Indian sprinted In the elgh
tccnth and cut down 'Shrubb's lead
by five yards, but tho Englishman
still led by seven laps and 1C0 yards,
Sienaled for Water.
At tho cud of tho eighteenth inlltt
Shrubb's faro bad taken on n serious
expression nnd ho signaled for water
Tho long toutc was beginning to tell
After completing nineteen miles and
three laps Shrubb again pulled up be
hind Longboat, eight laps to tho
good. Tom was plugging along ns
steadily its nt tho beginning of tho
rnce, and the racket of Indian war
drums was added to the dlu of tho
band nnd tho cheering.
It was plain thut Tom'a only
clianie to win lay In Shrubb's luabltl-"
ty to go tho long route, nnd although'
plainly tired, tho Englishman finish
ed his twentieth mllo without show
Ing signs of distress.
it was during tho twenty-second
mllo that Shrubb began to go to.
pieces, Time nftcr tlmo ho pulled up
to a walk, and I-ongboat was plug
ging steadily along nnd won bnck
four of tho laps which ho hnd lost.,
lit the twenty-third mllo Shrubb
stopped to rest, nnd Inst two moro
laps, lingbnat was still plugging
Collapsed on Track.
With nni ndvnutngo of two laps.
Shrubb then fell lit behind Longboat
foi tho filial killing thrco miles. At
the beginning of tho twenty-fourth
mile Shrubb was stnggerlng nnd
looked to bo all In. Longboat was
ono Inp behind Shrubb was wnlk-
Ing nnd Longboat managed to get oil
even terms with tho Englishman at
twenty-four miles nnd three laps.
Tim Indian took tho load at tho end
of tho twciity.foiirth mllo. Shrubb
wns now limping along painfully,
nnd had gone only flvo laps of tho
twenty-fifth mllo when ho staggered
and collapsed In a heap Ho had to
b enrrk'd oil tho trnck.
The Indian went ahead nt his
usual paco to the end -of tho Mnrn
thou distance while tho vnst audience,
rose and jelled themselves hoarse.
a a a
I'nclo Cy Young, ncstor of base
ball stars, has tent his signed con
tract to tho office of the lloston Amer
ican league club. He has been spend
ing tho winter on his farm nt Paoll,
0 doing chorso und chopping wood
until he is almost as hard as ho was
nt tho elo-Hi of the lilOS season.
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