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There were quite a number of
sports up nt tlio Oriilieum estorday
afternoon watching Peterson who Is
again training for his fight with Sul
livan tlo his work.
Peterson Blrlps well now nt this
early stage of the game, and with
his two weeks more solid work should
fctep Into the ring In the pink of con
Yesterday Peterson did nil of the
regulntlon training stunts bag
punching, skipping, shadow sparring
end contortion work. Ho seemed to
enjoy It all, and managed to raise a
healthy perspiration. After tho oth
er stunts were finished, Peterson put
tho mitts on with Chnrllo ItoJIly for
Ave rounds. This was a rattling
good turn to look at. Of course Pe
terson simply towered over tho clever
featherweight, but little Charlie got
In many n good one, which Pete took
In n good-humored wuy.
The pair would go Into a clinch
and Itellly would hit a couplo of
times In the mid-section, Peterson,
simply seeming to enjoy the visita
tion; then Charlie would break nwny
and now nnd again land one on tho
head. There Is no doubt about tho
feather's cleverness; ho Is as smart
as tho small ones are made nowa
Peterson Is working just a hard
for the fight of the 13th of March as
he did for tho match that had such
an unfortunnto ending a couple of
weeks ago. There was much Josh
ing yesterday by the ring-side spec
tators. Peterson would land a light
ono on Charllo's bosom, and at onco
someone would yell, "Foul!" Pete
would then tap Itellly on tho top or
tho head, and the feather would at
onco appeal for a foul. The refcreo
would say, "Fight on, but be careful
jou don't hit below the scnlpt" All
was taken In good part by the two
lads and they banged one another all
over the ring.
fThe more one sees of Peterson In
action, tho more ono becomes con
vinced that the next tight under tho
clean-break rules will bo a fierce go
from tho start. It will ho a scrap,
that wll be.spoken of in Honolulu
for years to come. . It should estab
lish a. standard for boxing contests
In this town, nnd a record crowd
should attend at tho Orpheum on tho
8 tt It
Tho Alllolanl soccer team yesterday
defeated tho Punahou Juniors at Palolo
by nnu goal. Kalel of Alllolanl did
good work on tho wing, the only scoro
being made through a pass of liln to
brodcrlrk, who kicked tho goal.
Following was tho Alllolanl lineup:
Goal, Arnold Itlchurdson; backs, Kill
Fung, Urodcrlck; halves, Cleghorn, K.
Hon, It. Akl; forwards, Kloula, Cock
ctt, F. Itobluson, Knlua and Kalel.
tt a tt
Attempt To Put
, Up 20 Mile
. On Sunday, March 7th, James Jler
rlck, who on Floral Parade day roda
ten miles In 12 minutes 40 seconds,
will mako an attack on tho 20-mllo Ha
In the ten miles try agalnBt time,
Herrlck averaged 1 uilnuto twenty
four seconds to the mile komo of his
laps wcro reeled off at a much faster
rntL and given good weather and no
wind to cuntend with ho ahotiltl en
close to putting up u new tucnty-mlio'
Secretaries or other author-
lied representatives of clubs
are asked ti send In a list of
events, scheduled by tbem, that
they may bV Included In the
program. Address all commit-
nlcktluns to' the Sporting Edl-
tor, K v e'nl n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .'
27: h M. O. A. track
Feb. 27: Smith vs. Rellly.
Mar. H: Halelwa Kace.
Jack Johnson, the World's cham
pion, will pars through Honolulu on
the Makura nn Tuesday next. Thu
big man Is on his wuy to England, via
tho States, to right Bam l.angford, who
Is nt present InLondon.
Tho match Is bclng'brought off by tho local men
the National, Spurting Club, ahd al
though th. purse Is nothing like those
offered In tho United Stntes, tho
money probably, loolm good and easy,
yes cusy, thnt'i the bait for "little
Arthur." Johnson fchuttld have no dif
ficulty In passing Sammy tho "has
No doubt a great crowd will meet
tho Makura on lier arrival a world's
champ, and a negro at that, Is not. seen
I every day In the week.
a show' here, usull tho sports nro sim
ply crazy to see tho big fellow In ac
tion. It Ilurns had defeated Johnson,
tho negro would not draw ten cents nt
the Orpheum, but now hi) tlio ueoplo
who want to see him could not tit Into
The annual meeting of the Honolulu
Cricket Club took place Ust eenlng.
A largo number of members and In
tending members rolled up at C.ntl.'
& Wlthlngton's offlcu on Merchant
Tho secretary read the minutes of
the previous meeting. It appears that
thu club Is free of debt and has a small
credit balance. Tho gear Is all In good
thupe, being mostly new material. An
Invitation from the Maul cricketers to
play a game nt Wnlliiku during August
was accepted, thu management com
mittee to arrange all details,
Two matches at least will be played
against the llrlttsh meii-of-wnr, which
aru due to arrive at Honolulu on March
12. A committee was npiHilnted to
visit the ships on arrival nnd Inter
view the olllcers us to suitable daya
for tho matches. The Hawaiian band
will probably bo engaged to pluy at
tho Muklkl grounds on the day of the
Messrs. Skinner, Mc.N'Icol and Lind
say of Maul are to be invited ilunn
to play In thu games against tho sail
ors. A sMclal effort will be mnde to
have a gathering of ladtCH out to both
(ulte a number of new members
sent In their names. Including Doctors
Collin, Vans Agnew, Irwin nnd Pot
tic. Captain Kelly and C F. Maxwell
uIdo Joined tho club.
I)r. Vims Agnow of I.clleliua will
probably bo nbo to get it team nf
cricketers together ami will challenge
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Tho commltteo chosen to arrange
tho Y. M. C. A. Marathon race, to bo
run on Juno 11, met last night and do-
elded as follows: All members In
,oo(l standing up to Fein nary 27 are
eligible to enter tho race. Thoso
joining after that dato are, barred.
Tho uflalr Is strictly amuteur. The
commltteo ulso wishes to announce
that there will bo a mooting of all tho
Y. M. C. A. members Interested In tho
race on Tucsduy.
Tho visiting Australian Ilugby
football playeri were treated to u
pleasant evening at the Olympic Club
last night, and the men from the
land across tho sea wore accorded a
hearty greeting from (ho members nt
Ban Francisco's leading athletic or
ganisation. The Wallabies wero tak.
en on a trip to Mount Tamatpals dur
ing the day, hut, unfortunately, the
muln plcasuro nf the trip was spoiled
by a heavy fog which crowned the
mountain and made, a view from the
ixuk Impossible, says a San Francis
In the early evening a swimming
entertainment wus Held In the Olym
pic Club tank. A number of mem
bers of the Olympic Club engaged In
races, and the Australians, who are
proficient In the natatory art, pitted
their speed against that of the locnl
swimmers. Tho results showed that
the two nationalities were evenly
matched, and a water polo game be
tween the visitors and tho Olympic
Club team resulted In a tie.
After the entertainment the Walla
bies wcro the guosU of the club at
dinner. President William F. Hum
phrey welcomed the Australians In a
speech In which he expressed the
hope that tho present visit was only
forerunner of many similar ones.
nr.d also prophesied that before many
years the teams of California would
be making trips to the antipodes to
eugago tho Australian and New
Zealand teams on the ilugby field.
Manager McMahon of the Austra
lians replied and In his remarks ex
pressed the opinion that It would
only be a short time before California
would take Its place among the great
Kugby playing centors of tho world.
Tho election of oiricers then took
plaro mid tha following were elected
President, tt. I.. Wllhlsgton; vlcci
president, It. A,' Jordan; treasurer, J.
Mcl-nhi: sociotary, J. II, Flddes: caii
tain, II. Illicitly; vice captain, J. Mc
(1111: executive?" committee, Messrs.
Tucker, Anderson und Ayies.
uu uiviiiiK nujuurnvu ui iu p. in.,
every ono, feeling sure that cricket Is
going to come to life In Honolulu with
a vengeance'. There will bu a practice
gumo ou( Haturday next to which tho
411U1111-11U imib win iiu iiiviieu,
Tho All Stars of Kallliluka went
under to tho Wulleles by tho scoro of
14 to 1C after a ten-Inning basobal
game last Sunday at Kallliluka now
park. Tho feature of tho gamo was
tho cultured ami effective rooting of
tho crowd. One nf tho rooters used to
alternate und coiuh tor liptli aides. Hut
the best feature of tho gamo was ono
of tho rooters for tho All-Stars who
tried to root llko Jack Doyle, but failed
In tho early part of tho gumo and
went home. After a little wlillo hu
came back with an egg In his
mouth, and started with his bunch of
looters nt tho Wailulo pitcher, and got
him fin tho air, allowing tho All-Stars
to tlo thu gamo In tho ninth Inning
Then tho Wulleles went In on tho tenth
Inning und scored two runs, allowing
tho All-Stars to score only one.
Scoro by Innings:
waiieics 2 o o o o c -i i n : i:
All-Stars ....0 02G0OO0G 111
Tho President ii taking boxing leu
sons, which goes to show that tho re
cent explosions In tho Scnato and
Huiiso haven't been half enough to
keep him In condition. Detroit Nnws.
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