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Tonight ftl the Star Theater the
two best exponents of tho ijoxliiKr,f Secretaries or other author
Aauto ln,thcso Islands will step Into jpMteil representatives ot clubs
the ring; and proceed p deal out H are asked to lend tn a list of
stoush to dnc another. 'Dick Sulll- ! events, scheduled by them, thit
nn nnd Jack Cordell, who are , they may be Included In the
like rifjwo peas In n pod, will meet , program. Address all commu
for the" second time In the squared! nlcaliods to tbv Sporting Kill
circle, and' at the present stage lt.; tor, Evening Uulletln.
Is Impossible to sny who will win. " t
Thero nre lots of people wliqeck-lj Bale Ball,
on that Cordell had n trifle the best . (Oahu League.)
or it in the last contest, and then, on
the other hand, many fans say that
Sullivan should have ended the go
In the fifth round..
Honolulu Dick will be ,ln better
condition tonight than he was tnst
time that Is, ho will be quicker
and will use his right a lot more
than he did at the first fight. Sulll
nn Is expected to win this evening,
nml if ho goes down In defeat there
will be a lot of ptllkln among his
many followers. ,
Jack Cordell would like to box
clean break," but thero 'docs not
heem to be much hope of ilfbt rule
being enforced, and the probaullltles
are that when the men and referee
get togither tonight "straight rules"
will bo the agreement.
Cordell pleased ovcrybody wlth
the showing ho made when ho first
met Sullivan, and qulto a number
of people look to him to win. If
Jack Is defeated it will be on his
merits for sure, as he is determined
to get the decision over the local man
If he possibly can.
Doth men will put up tho fight
ot their llvcstoqlght, and tho big
audience- will surely bo treated to a
fine exhibition of , the, manly art.
Jack Scully has all nrrangomenis
complete, and the salo ot tickets has
boon very large. ,
Mike Pnttoh,will be the third man
in tho rlng.ftinil that fact nssurcs n
proper' decision at the end of Jho
fifteen rounds that Is if one ot the
pugilists' is not put to sleep before
the full number of rounds Is fought.
Jack Scully took a big chance In
promoting the middleweight battle,
and ccrono Is glad that the suc
cess of the show is now certain.
Scully, lias stepped into tho breach
several times In the interests of
sport, and ho is entitled to all that
he can mako on the proposition.
Tho Star Theater can 'be reached
by tho King, street car, transferring
', , XX fix
Another Boxa; i ff(l
Arrives In Town
Alfred Fellows, awho boxes at lift
pounds, blew In on the AJameda yes
terday. He is looking for a match
and Is not particular about whom ho
Ho is a likely looking )oung fel
low, and b,ns met some "good men in
his time. ' It Fellows cannot get a
match her he Is thlriklrig ot making
a trip to Australia ,whcro iho boxing
gamo 1b flourJshlngat.iiresent.
However, there III no 'doubt that
tho latest addition to the ranks of
local boxers will be accommodated
with a match before long. . Jack
Scully has already seen the visitor
and it may be that a match will bo
arranged for him In the near fu
ture. Hoxlng is going strong In this city
Just now, and thero Is every pros
pect of another big show bolng pull
ed off soon. It all depends upon
how tho two ventures scheduled for
this evening pan out.
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Its classT defeating field ot eleven
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AT VON HAMM-YOUNQ OARAQE. PHONE 199,
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July 25: Marines vwC. A.
July 2S: K. A.C. vs.pJ. A. C.
July 25: ffewnlos vs.
July 25t ForttShaftcr vs.
July 25 Ewa vs. Atca.
July 24. Sullivan vs.
Juy 24: McColtough vs.
Coll and other bouts.
July 24; , Oahu vs.
Aug. 1: .Mclnerny Cup.
July 24: Illshop ft Co. vs.
Davis & Co.
July 31:11. C. C. vs.
Four Bouts At
At tho Ornheum Theater this eve-
nlng Joo Cdhen vjlli present his big
nsuc program, ana no uouiit mo
house Will be nocked with soldiers
and 'their friends. '
Tho four bouts that will ,bc
brought off should prove exciting
enough for anybody, 'nnjl from tho
time the. first pair. of uuks ston into
the ring until thcTlast couple finish
their bout, the old theater Bhould
be a sccno of enthusiasm.
' 'Coll and McCollough will furnish
tho' main0 event ot tho evening, and
thero 'will 'bo thrco othor contests,
which should provide enough fun for
the most ardent fight tan.
It is not known who will refcrco
the contests, but no doubt a good
pan will bo found tn the audience
"and invited to bo third man. ' The
Marines arc loolkng forward to see
ing their men put It al over tho
other boxers, nml Ir lnnltH nn tr tlw
lialf-wets will Just alout do whn
they so fondly hepc.
.Nigel Jackkson is confident as us
ual and thinks, that Sarconl Is his
meat, but tho bugler is In excellcni
condition, and the Marathon man
will have to do better than he did
tho last tlmo he met Sarconl to havo
a chance of winning. ,
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At Country Club
On August 1 at tho Country Club
the Mclnerny cup will be played for.
It will bo a handicap match play,
and quite a number of players uro
going to tako part in t.
The cup has been won twlco al
ready by aill, who took the trophy
In 1907-8, If ho wins again on Aug.
1 the cup will become his ubsoluto
Tho entry book will be opon nt K.
O. Hall & Son's till 12 noon July 31,
and entries can also be made at tho
Country Club up till 0 p. m orf tho
same day. The cntranco feo Is lit)
tents, and already a number of golf
ers havo put their names down for
Every afternoon a number of
players proctlco at the Country
Club, and as the links aro In excel
lent condition, somo good scores aro
made. Tho play for tho Mclnerny
cup will bo very Interesting, and a
great effort will be made to prevent
Oill winning for tho third and last
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Davie s vs Bishop
There will bo cricket nt MiiMkl
-Ulils afternoon, anil n good match
'lelioulil eventuate, ns Ixilh tcaim are
In flrst-chsH fettle. Ilishnp & Co.'h
blanch nre considered to bo a strong
combination, and, judging b tho
way they defeated tho 11. 0. C.
some time ago, tho Onion cloven
will be up against tho real tin
I Quite n number of hncball plaj-
era nre on tho team, and It will be a
treat Jo, watch them slide for tho
crease when haid pressed, t is to
be hoped that the ball plajors nro
jawaro that they nio not entitled to
n liaso If tho bowler docs not happen
to flop tho ball over the baso four
times in the courso of his "ocr."
Tho catching on the ft) In the
outfields !!l no doubt be good, ns
tho baseball bunch arc re illy clever
nt that, but It remains to bo Keen
how they will stop hot ground balls
I with their bare hands
A big crowd Is Burp to pourncj
,out to the cricket field, and the
gamo should be much enjoved by
everyone. If I'aul Hums is put on
.to bowl, tho Joy of tho spectators
wl)l be complete, nml iho umpire
wll havo the time ot ills lite looking
out for "no balls."
Thcso Intci-Ilrin matches nro
stirring cricket up In great shape,
and tho prospects of the game np-
penr brighter thnn ever. WlthScv-
cral teams nlwnvs ready to Inve n
go at ono another tho chances of
I seeing plentv of matches are much
better than when only scintih games
hra plnvcd between tho members of
the II. C. C
The combination for Maul Is hard
at work practicing, mid the locals
will certainly nurprlfc tho WnlluMi
liunch when the) step onto (lio
Thero Is n posslblllt) of the, Aus-
trallan cricketers, who arc at pics-
ent touring Cnglnnd. returning
homo via tho Stntcs and Honolulu.
It we could get them to give nn ex
hlbltlon match at MitkiM, tho local
players could pIcU4 up enough hints
to Improve their gamp n lot.
This afternoon's match wilt be
watched li nil tho ciiiplojcs of both
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