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MARLOW MEETS MATCH STANLEY'S SPRINTING STUNT MR,
PLATT POSSESSES PUNISHING PUNCH NIGEL NEAR
LY NIPPED NIGHT WITH' THE PUGS .
Perhaps Nelson did not Bay
A vaunt demon," but , It , certainly
looked ery much as If something of
tho sort had happened, Judging from
the way tho Punchbowl wonder Hod
from the marine. For eight rounds the
("nil soldier chased Sllva all oer the
ring, and all tho jells of tho spectator
could not make tho quitter stand ''and
faco tho music. Sllva has fought his
last fight before an nudlcnce, and If
nny promoter ever putB tho Portu
guese's name on a playbill again, tbo
said promoter dosoncs all that Is coin;
Ing to him, and that wilt sure be ari
It Is hard to say what was Sitva's
game; maybe ho and his friends had
wngercd that the "Demon" could last
tho eight rounds against tho marlno,
and consequently did not want to tako
nny chances of being knocked out. If
that was their stunt It was very suc
cessful, as tho "Wonder" never gave
Nelson a chance to hit him In the facq
Sllva simply ran around the ring, ami
when Nelson did manage to catch .up
with tho scared runner, Sllva would
cover his face with his gloves, and
crouch up like a huge baboon. It was
u -disgusting exhibition, and one that
will not soon bo forgotten by those
who saw It.
Uut now to a nioro pleasant subjett,
and that applies to tho whole balance
of tho program. The go,between Ws.
halanl and Marlow was a. real good
scrap whilst It lasted. It was stoush
from tho tap of the gong, both men be
ing catpr for gore. Wahalanl sm
prised overyoio with the fight I19 put
up, and deserves groat credit for get
ting nway with a man llko Marlow.'
Tho scrap,,whlch wbb scheduled to go
six rounds, .was all over, before tho
end "of -Ihe'VeconypasmT'-Tho""T!a
wallan forced, tho, fighting from the?
very start, and landed 'soiree fle'rei
blows on Marlow; who 'camo back' i(
me uest 01 111 s acuity, in tut: second
round tho native passed Marlow one
on tho point and made him groggy, and
shortly afterwanls swung' his loft onto
tho same spot, sending tho Lollehim
man to tho floor, Marlow made a game
effort to rlso, but was too weak, and
the fatal count of 'ten went with him
still on the floor.
Tho Richards-Watt scrap was'sensa
tlonal enough for anything. It wa4
a whirlwind go from tho very start,
both men disregarding all attempts at
defense, and simply going In fur slog
glng with nil their force. Platl
knocked Illchnrds down ten seconds
after tho start, and Richards Immcd
lately returned the compliment. Then
the two men looked at ono another for
a moment, and then rushed In to do 0'
dlo. Doth hit out at the same Instant
and both landed on each other's Jaw,
Down went tho two men to tho'floor,
and as they Jumped to their feet onco
more, Piatt , passed his opponent a
beauty on the point, and "out" went
Richards for about half a minute.
The Stanley-Humphreys scrap re
solved ltBeir Into a long distance run
ning event, vylth Hump always In the
lead, Stanley simply chased tho ma-
rlno around tho ring till Bomebody
started whistling "Waltz Me arouuti
again Willie." It was a fierce layout,
and -It was a relief to everyone when
Humphreys stood still for a moment,
and allowed Stanloy to smack him on
tho shoulder. The marine at onco laid
down, and no persuasion could mako
him blink an eye till tho welcome
Bound of "ten" was heard.
Marathon Jackson put up a good
fight against Sarconl, who turned out
to bo a rather clover boxor, and who
had Jackson In quoer, streot once or,
twlco. However, Jackson has tho grit
sure, and bored In wlih vim and, de
termination, and tithe after time gat In
somo good wallops. Tho man wlthlth'd
peculiar namo tapped Jackson's claref
early In tho game, ami this only
seemed to mako tho Jong distance man
a llttlo mOro mad If'' possible. The
scrap was given ns. a draw by Fbx, tho
referee, and tho decision was a good
ono, although there wore a fow kick
ers who thought that Sarconl had the
better or tho deal,
Thcro was a big crowd at tho Or.
phoum and tho 'greatest enthusiasm
prevailed. Tho BOldlers from the va
rlous camps woro present In force, and
cheered every movo of their different
favorites)-no matter If good or bad. Tho
body of the theater was crowded and
the higher priced soatsjwerO all filled.
Seeral challenges wr-re. Issued dur
ing tho ovpntng.-and that of Mclntyic,
who wants to fight Wano'lanl, wus ac
cepted on ..the spot. MdI.'Is anxious to
nicngo the fall of thoi Lelleluia Idol
vho went down lndefcat (o tho Ha
waiian. Tho scrap will! be brought oft
In the near future and poth men wnnt
to fight "Winner take all": Hint looks
lRc business, and should lead to h
good go. Nothing ls known ot Mctn
tyre's skill In tho ring; but tho man
himself must know what ho Is no
against In tho Hawaiian, as ho was
present at the ringside and saw Mar
low put to sleep. ,
Although somo of tho bouts were
not up to much qyJjik to tho men hav
ing got bad attacks or, cold feet, the
show on tho whole was a most enjoy
ablo one, Laughter rang out ull tho
time and It was cortalnly very ludi
crous to watch tho' antics of most of
tho boxers. Tho Sllva-Nelson go did
not cause much laughter, as everybody
was too busy "bleeding" the Demon,
and begging Nelson to finish his man
off sonwhow or another. Soma peoplo
even went bo far as to suggest that
"the hooll" be called luto requisition.
Tho Nelson Hllva fight by rouinis
went an follows;
First Round Shako. Demon, leads
to face. Nelson right hook to head
Sllva goes down for three seconds.
Tho marine swings lcftlfor houd. Dem
on flies. Nelson jmrsuea Sllva all over
tho ring, and 'finally get's hlnitlh acori
ner and lands good right on. kjdrjeys.
Sllva hangs' on a lot! Nelson bogs the
AVondor, to stand up "and fight but
there js nothing doliigV Tho marine
tries to roach tho rbrtuguc'sp wjth an
uupcrcuUbut does ri&SQamsge. Sllva
la'all)cjouchod,uptllkpri huge toad
when gong goes. AS rfclBOnittlrnod.t6
walk to bis corner the. Demon' sprang
mii uiiu - irivu 111 Binno mm, BIIVu
should then and thcro have beon dis
Second nound Nclsop straight left
to faco and then tho' old familiar
sprinting stunt started once more All
v.a Bhowed the whlto 'feather- and cov
erlrtg up his faco with bis hands,
turned hlsjbaclc on Nelson aUdjan tof
all ho was worth. There was no fight
In this rbund Sllva was too fast 4
runner for Nelson. . ,.
Round Tiroo Wonder adoptci
samo tactics and amidst the'lnurlatei
hoots of tho audience wcndod'hls wa:
around tho ring. And sllll tho mnrlrte
"Fourth Round Sllva woko up for,
tho first tlmo ;nnd actually tried to'
fight. Ho got In a good; left to the
marino's cheekbone, and shortly after
visited downstairs. Nelson responded
with a flno right to head, Then thd
Wonder smothered up again, and the
nightmare act startod onco more".
Fifth Round Nelson put It all ovfer
tho Punchbowl pet. slinging In lefts
and rlghtB one after tho other. Sllva
Is rushed' to tbo ropes and la shoved
halfway through them. Ho, does his
old crawfish stunt, and Nelson stands
and laugh's at him,
Sixth Round Same old story, Sllva
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scared and doing the Marathon act.
Nelson doing the sleuth stunt and
whenever hir can getclose'onough tq
the fugitive, stabs hint" In tho kldneysi
Slva opened out once and put In a
fight' to head. After this marvelous
performance ho sprinted once more.
Seventh Round Nelson to head. 911
vo puts 'left tb Jaw; Then tho. marine
has things all his own vay once more,
and tho blg'dub refuses to fight.
Eighth and IjisI Round Neleon
straight left to face Sllva goes down
for Ave seconds. Sllath' arising trios
for, a knockout with rlfiht but fallto
do damago. Nelson then gets busy
end . chores tho Demon all over the
ring. Sllva tires of -surlnllnc and
makes a maud, First he puts In a
good one to Ivead, and then tries for n
knockout with his right. Nelson came
back with a beautiful left, and (he only
bit dt-nghtlng seen In tho whole mill
was stdptu'd- by the irone. NeUnn on
by a mllo and Fox's decision could not
have bceh .otherwise.
Mr. SHva's gooso Is cooked good and
plonty, nnd ir he had W)nirdeop laid
plan of laying down to" Nelson this
jlmo, and thereby Influencing the bet
ting In tho event of nnofhor match
with Nelson, he Is away off In his
guess, for thero will bo no more pub
lic appearances of tho exploded ' Dem
on". Sayonsra Sllva.
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Pare wells Too
Tho Farewells wiped out
Young Rivera, by a scoro of H
on Sunday nfternoon. M. Dlas pltchi
ed good ball and struck out 13. Per
ry, for tho Ipsers, accounted for four.
F. Souza did good work as catcher
for the Farewells.
The Young Rivers mudo four In
tho first andAvere much elated, but
the Farewell's responded with Ho less
than eight iruns In thi second, and
from that on, were novje'r lieadcd.
Tho foowfni,tti"the lineup:
M. Bouse,; '1)U Atves,' 2b; j; Do
mingo; jo; u, jiosa, ,ss;cr Rawlins,
rf ; BanuBllva', cf ; An.' Ferranqer, cf.
, Youn Rvers .Joe Rlney.ic; M.
Ptt'tr, l;"J. Pirrelra.'' lb; J. Ulo
lanl, n3b; .J. Souiao 3b; Black? ss;
Herftert, rf; Ant. Rego, cf; ilob, If.
Thla afternoon, the officers and
men from tho Japanese cruisers will
attend the- Boys' Field.' where a 'great
program ot spohs will be carVled out.
There..wlll aso be a baiebull 'gamo
li.iu,..Mk. Ml.l..t 1.1 I
the J. A. C.'s. The field sports' pro
gram 'has not yet been made up, but
It Is understood that there will be
sprfntB, long distance events, and
Each event will bo announced In
both, the English and Japanese lan
guage, urid everyone- will easfly un
derstand what Is taking place. The
J, A. C.'s are getting together a fine
bunch ot rooters to shake up things
in general. It should be a-Kreat aft
ernoon's sport, and1 doubtless a rec
ord "crowd will attend the Boys'
Field. I '
Bulletin Business OMce Phone 2M.
Bulletin .Editorial Boom Thou IBS.
Secretaries or other author-
lied representatives ot clubs
are asksd to send la a list ot
events, scheduled by them, that
tbey may be Included In the
program. Address all commu-
nlcatlons to the Sporting Edl-
tor, K v e a I m g Bulletin.
Apr. 18: League Qrounds.
Apr. 2C; Team.
Apr. i: Walalua vs. Wnla-
Apr. 4: Kwn vs. Alea.
. JAPANESE SQUADRON
Monday, April 6
Japanese sports at the Iioys' Field
At 8:30 p. m., Consul Oeuernl
Uyeno's recoptlon at the Alexander
Young Hotel, In honor of Admltal
Icliljl and officers and cadets.
Both ships open to the general pub
He after 1 p. m.
Tuesday, April 0
Japaneso sports In nfternoon nt
After 1 p. in., both ships nguln
open to Inspection by general pub
lic. Wednesday, April 7
At 0 u, m., officers nnd cadets
leave on speclnl train for Hnlclwn.
nd guests of tho Honolulu Chamber
After 2 p. m both ships open to
i public Inspection.
From 7 to 9 p. m., flagship band
wll play at Emma Squure.
Tuesday, April 8
Officers and cadets who did not go
on the Halelwa trip will bo taken to
the- Pall by auto, as guests qf the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
Friday, April 9
Officers and endets will bo the
guests of Hon. S. M. Damon at his
country estate at Moanalun.
From 9 to 11 n. m the flagship
band will play In the Capitol
Saturday, April !0
Depart, for Mllo.
The Oabu College boys did tho
whitewash act with the Iroquois on
Saturday afternoon, 'turning them
down to the tune of 1 to 0. In tho
first Inning the College team made
no less than ten runs. For tho rest
of the game the sailors did woll In
preventing the College from making
more than four runs.
Aklha and Ordensteln pitched well
Tor the winners, und Fraser held
down( first with greut success.
The official stole was as follows:
Aucrbach, cf ... .1 0 10 10 0
Kauai, ss 3 0 0 0 0 3 i
Bailey, c ,4 0 0 0 7 1 3
Townsend, 2b. ..4 0 1 0 2 4 1
Downey, 3b 4 0 1 0 0 1 3
Tlmaa, lb 4 0 0 0 7 1 2
Ledgcrwood, If. ,4010200
Wort, rf 3 0 0 0 1 1 1
Dreler, p 3 0 0 0 3 " 3
Totals 33 0 4 0 23 10 14
Sng Chong, bs . ,C
Desha, cf .G
Aklna, p-2b ,,..6
KraBer, lb C
Chi Bui, c C
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Ordensteln, 2h-p .5 2 1 0 2 2 2
Townsend. If ...4 2 'l 1 0 0 (I
Hoogs, nil 1 3 2 0 1 3 2
White, rf 4 1 1 0 1 0 0
Totals 4T14 9 3 27 1G I!
Huns nnd base lilts by innings:
1 2 3 t B G 7 8 9
Iroquois 00000000 0 II
II. II 020011000 4
College 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 I 4
II. II I 3 0 tyJOO 1 !l
SUMMARY Two-bnso hits:
Hoogs, Townsend (Iroquois), 2. Dim
es on balls: on Ordensteln, 1 ; Dreler.
2. Btrui'k out: by Aklnn, S; Orden
steln, 3; Dreler, G. Wild pitch:
Dieler. Passed balls: llalloy. 2. Sin
rlflce hit: Sing Chong. Double pl.ij :
Desbn lo Fineer. Tlmo ot game: lh.
COm. Umpire: I'splndn. Stoici:
Additional Sports on Page 10
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Is being talked of in that city as 11
candidate for moderator of thu next
firi'Bb) tcrlan general assembly.
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