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Tlio now that George Peterson lias
decided tu stay In Honolulu till lio lin
imutlicr ko with Sullivan under the
clean-In uak tile. Is tlio liest bit of In
formation the local fight fans have hud
For many a day.
It Is one of the best moves Peterson
has ever made, and will firmly estab
lish him in the Rood graces of tho Ho
nolulu sporting public.
I'ctcrson wns much criticized for his
tulk about tho fouling Incident, but
that Is nil iail now, and tho middle
weight may feel assured that every
one admires his determination to stay
over and fight Siilllvmi. And u real
good go It will bo, too, mid worth go
ing miles to sec.
Tho fight Is fixed for tho 13th of
March and should provu concliishcly
who Is tho better man. Another thing
certain Is Hint tho fight will bo devoid
of hugging nnd tlrcsnmo clinches.
That In Itself should make tho scrap
Peterson Is working out nt the Or
tihciim, nnd already Is In good condi
tion. He will need very little hard
work from this on to put him In per
fect trim for tho fight of his life. Pe
terson will have to mako good this
time, nnd will do or dlo in tho at
tempt. It should ho n wonderfully good,
dashing fight from tho tap of tho
Sullivan knows that this next scrap
will not bo llko tho other ono n couple
of weeks ago, and ho 'will change his
tactics accordingly. With that beau
tiful straight left of his ho probably
will do much execution, whilst wait
ing for nn 'opportunity to administer
tho coup do grace with his trusty
This nil sounds well, hut what will
Peterson bo doing whilst Itlchard Is
cndcnorlng to pass the knockout
You can bet two-bits that Oeorglo
will let Dick know that thcro uro
three live men In thu ring, and onu
of them named Peterson at that.
Should Peterson manage to land
Hint lethal right of his on Honolulu's
idol well, tho pedcBtol will bo shak
en, to say tho least of It. Ocorgo cer
tainly has a right that lands llko n
inula kick, hut Sullivan piohahly
knows the antidote for the Bleep-producing
Sullivan Is training nt his old quar
ters nt fort Shatter, and has plenty
of sparring partners to help him
along. Krnnklu Smith Is also work
ing nt tho camp nnd ho and Sullivan
have noma lively bouts. It Is well
worth n trip out thcro to bco the-boys
It Is too early yet to sum up and
try to pick tho winner of tho Sulll-van-Peterson
match; In fact, from
present nppeaninrcs It seems cry
hnrd to say who will have tho best of
it under the break clean rule. How
ever, more anon.
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Mat Artists To
Sailor Itobcrts has at last arranged
n match on tho mat. A big Swede
named Jurncll, who arrived hero late
ly, has challenged tho sailor, anil a
bout will come off next month nt tho
Itobcrts Is u good man on tho mat,
und the newcomer will have to be
fairly good to get a full out of tho
a a n
Theio will bo motorcycle races this
afternoon nt Kaploluul Park. Tho
main ovent will bo n match between
Herrick on an Indian and 8. It. Ilorger
on a Reading Standard. Tlio distance
Is to bo flvo miles nnd an exciting race
Tho raco will start nt 3 o'clock
sharp. In addition to tho flvo-mllo raco
thpro w'lll ho various other open
events, and attempts will bo nuido to
lower all existing Hawaiian records.
Dr. Ounii tostlflcs that death of Kd
ward Ilerwlck, Jr., was undoubtedly
duo to natural causes.
Wilbur Stlth pleads guilty to grant'
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STODDARD DAYTON ,
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G. G. Beokley, Jr.
Tlio Japanese Athletic Club defeat
ed tho C. A. Cs. by a scoro of 11 to 9.
Ant.i Park was crowded long beforu
tho game started and great Intcrort
wns shown In the stiugglc
Gives Away IOO
Tho fact that Charlie Lambert, the
famous heavyweight walker, happened
to tap it friend on tho "point" during
n friendlv snar with tho cloves, hnx
I been magnified Into nn imlniilnhlm'
Thcro vas no scoring done in tliii' event.
early part of tho match. In the third It appears that Charlie nnd a friend
Inning th C. A. Cs. piled up three had nn agreement with reference to
runs and In tho fourth repeated the their walking capabilities ami after
rioso with tho addition of one. In while decided In nut nn 11.. mill.
In tho Iflli the Japanese woko up and have a soar. Charllo welch In
and made no less than flvo runs, This. tho vicinity of 240 pounds his friend
simply mnilo tho Nipponese frantic and tips tho beam nt about 100 pounds
tho rooting was tremendous. An nll-lln Tlim- h,i..,i ,. , n,.. n...
Japanese tenm has never defeated nn 'round, tho HOpotmdcr adopting tho
in v.miiefo uusciiuii cum. aim ma crouch, Lambert standing n model of
crowd looked on with suspended ejes. grace nnd beauty, a In Sullivan. Tho
Aguin mo Japanese mane onu in tlio 140 led for tho wind, and nt onco
sixth, und to cap it nil scored flvo In bounced back at least ten feet from
the- seventh. This made the J. A. r.n. Iihn f,.r-.. r i..,..i ......I-., n... ........
ml although the C. A. O.Vmatlc cushion. Charlie bored In nnd.
mora In both the sntonlh fari-niilm- ko im ...,...!.. i ,.i.i.. .....
and clghtli, that wuB their final effort, fist, tapped job. Orcnt Snakes!
Tho new scoro board wns a great "Tapped" 140 ikihiiiIs on tho Jnw! Tho
improvement over the old stjtc.and U smaller man stretched out peacefully
placed where It can easily be iiltcndodnt onco. A Ured lltllo slch cscanod
to. Tho official scoro of the gamo him, nnd a pleasant smile nitied
C. A. C.
AU It lilt SI1 (
Alonu, p-ir, . ...
Slug CIioiik. ss.
Kn Sang, lb. ...
Chi Dill, c
A pin, lf-p.
Asnm, 2b 5
Leung, cf ..4
M.o, 3b 3
Loo Hon, if 4
Snknlno, 3b 4 2
Vnmnshliu. p 4 1
Kuwnmoto, 2b ...S o
Junlchl, lb 3 1
Solchl, If ..4 0
Hideo, c I 1
Ynsu, ss 3 3
Ooto, cf 4 1
Nagnnlshl, rf 4 2
ad it nn sn o a t:
C. A. O.
1 2 3,4 S 6 7 8 9
..0 0320022 0 9
..0 1 t 2 0 1 2 1 1 9
J. A. O.
1 2 3 I 5 6 7 8 9
Huns 0 0 0 0 S 1 S 0 11
II. H 1 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 8
Two-baso hits. Sing Cheng; As.im 3,
Lcong. Snknlno, Junlchl; bases on
balls, nft Alona 1, Apau S, Yamashlro
1; struck out, by Alona 2, Apau 3, Yai
mnshlro 2; passed .balls, Hideo 2; sac
rifice hits, 8lng Chong. Chi Ilul, Asam.
Ako, Yamashlro, Tlmo of game, 1
hour 45 minutes; umpire, B. Fernan
dez; scorer, V Tin Chong.
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SPOUTS BY THE
Tho second eleven soccer match be
tween tho Alllolanl A und Punahou
teams did not como oft on Krlday. It
will bo plajcd next Tuesday afternoon.
ncross his childish faco. Of all tho
bunch present "140" was tho happiest.
No thought of cops, patrol wagons, or
0,1'vcn lager disturbed him. Kvcryono
2 else was alarmed, smelling salts and
3 other well-known nose-ticklers wero
n called Into requisition, and soon "140"
2 1 sat up and began to take notice. Ills
3 2 first remark relieved the bunch much.
2 1 0 ly: "What was tho number of that
1 1 1 nuto that hit me? Ill have 'cm ur
1 0 0 rested sine." On being assured hut
It wns only u "tap" from Charllo, "140"
9 2 24 11 9. gasped: "Stick to tho bccr-Uiii nil the
lime, Cahrlle; I'm full up of tho other
kind." Tho two friends nt onco' do-
3 3 2 ported to where steam flourishes all
(3 1 Iho time, nnd the knock-out docs not
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At Iho .Hotel alleys Hie Punahou
bowlers defeated tho fort Shatter
boys by a majority of.328, tho final to
tnls being 2262 to 1934. Slmms of tho
Fort again bowled well, but could not
swing Iho victory towards his team,
although tho soldiers put up a good
fight, all things considered.
Thcro. will bo a gamo tonight be
tween tho Shatters and llnnoluliis
This match should bo a closo ono, each
team reeling confident of being nolo
to put It all over tho other.
Tho official scoro was;
Punahou: 12 3
Hear (79 ISfi 133
Klnslca J.37 1411 122
Schmidt 183 138 17U
Wllim 180 144 131
Young 12G 144 143
8 4 27 11 7
Oltlo Shlpman of Slilpmnn'H ranch,
Hawaii, put up, n good one on Deamcr,
tho IIIIo motorcyrle man, lately.
Ileamer overtook Shlpman on tho
Volcano road and offered to bet drinks
ho and his machlno would bent tho
horseman to Glen wood. Olllo took up
tho beat, and ns fur as Nino Miles tho
two kept together. Ilenmer, confident
of winning easily, dropped Into tho
plantation Btoro for a few minutes.
Tho Hllo train, nrrlvlng at Nino
Miles, nt 3 p. in., was Just about duo,
Thcro was an empty box-car In tho
Whilst Ileamer was talking cycles
to tho storo men, Olllo prevailed on
tho train crow to nllow him to rldo his
l.orso Into tho empty box car. It wus
p- tight nt, as tho horn of tho saddlo
Just cleared tho door plate. Olllo,
however, did ono of his cowboy stunts,
ami uoanieci tno limited.
Ileumcr In tho meuntlmo had started
up tho road to uvertako Olllo, as ho
thought. Not seolng him In tho first
fow miles, und not being nblo to got
any tidings or Shlpman along tho
load, Ileamer decided that lie must he
ahead of tho horseman, and took
Ileamer wns n surprised and dis
gusted man when Olllo salutod him nt
Olonwood. Ileamer could not bollove
Shlpman had como In tho boxcar with
805 758 099
Fort Shatter: 1 2 3
Simons ll I6g 171
Johns 124 102 117
Hcnson 108 133)111
Nlvlson 135 138 115
Peterson . . .' 142' 138 9Q
C3U C70 631
Tho games at Atkinson Park ) ester
day wero well attended, und tho first,
between the Ala Moanns and tho Ko
walos, wus 11 tty clotu on, tho latter
team winning by a scoru of thrco to
In tho second gamu tho Murines de
feated the llnnlwuls, 8 to 2. Illnes, a
now pitcher, did good work and for
boven Innings held thu tlanlwals down
to no runs and no hllB. it wus In tho
two last Innings that ho allowed the,
losers to scoro.
Tho Ala Moanas aro tho tullcnders
In tho Atkinson Lcaguo and did very
well to hold tho Kowalo down to such
a closo finish.
houses, nnd was sltunted on tho fern
age of tho Novor Novor lands. Tho
hall was crowded, and nftcr a fow
minor stunts by sonic local amateurs.
Jno, l.'s manager made a speech,
Holding up a silver cup he said, "I
Many years ago when John l. Sulli
van visited Austrulln. ho showed In
all tho largo cities, ami most of the j plains of India, In tho cities of Europe,
havo been all over tho world with Mr,
Sullivan, nn the pralrlos of Arricrlca,
lu the backwoods of' Canada. In tho
small towns. Ho got a great recaption
wherever ho appeurcd, and was al
ways willing to put tho gloves on with
any aspiring pug.
At otifc small town called Come-by-Chance,
tho nudleuco-was composed of
small farmers and bush-workers. Tho
"town" Itself oiilyhml half n dozen ship.
hut Mr. Sullivan bus alwujs said to
mo, 'Jimmy I will novor bo perfoctly
happy till I havo showed at Come-by.
cnunco.' Then tho bushlcs went
fritnttc with Joy, und for years after
wards spoke of John L's aloha for tho
llttlo sun-burnt galvanized Irori town
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