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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, '09
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PARK 13 SUCCESS
THREE BOUTS AIL END SAME WAY SCHOLL KNOCKED NELSON
OUT. MACDONALD ACCOUNTED
ISHED McKARLEY OFF IN TWO ROUNDS.
There was a good-sized crowd
Aloha l'nrk last night when Kreil
Smith staged the flint of his boxing
chows. Three bouts were pulled on,
and the whole lot ended In either
knockouts or the throwing In of the
'A good since nnd ring hnd been,
erected and all the arrangements
were satisfactory. Chalmers Ora-
ham, looking the picture of pros-
perlt'y. acted ns announcer, nnd his
speels about the different boxers woik In tho clinches and. Just before mrn,J,cu ow la "" "
when Introducing them were amus- the gong went, landed a left on the doubles and the seml-nnals In sitt
ing. I Hucler's face, I ' Touar Nicholson will piny
Iteferee Ayres had an easy time of Saiconl looked groggy a. he camo Ma. and H.d.rao will pay Mc-
it. nn nil thn nehtfl wprn BO
there could bn no nosslblo doubt as
to the winner. Ed Tooncy worked Saiconl was all In. and tried to hang
the gong and Baw that the boxers on to the sailor, but when the ref
stuyed with their work for the stip- co tore them apart Mac nipped In
ulated three minutes. snorter to the wind that put Ihe
A big crowd of sailors thronged Hugler down nnd out.
the Park, and they did not forget REILL.Y VS. McKAItLEV;
to bring their refreshments along. The mnln event was a disappoint
with them. , I nK one, as the sailor had no earthly
The show on the whole was n good ci,anco against' Charlie, who Just
one, nndbeverythlng was fought oUt wuded In In a business-like manner
for keeps. The boxing was clea,n and landed as he liked on'the aspl
and, although nne-sldciL.lntcrestlng )ant for tlrst honors. k
to watch. .IJellly. who.nppeared to be In ftm
About the btst bout of the eve- condition, was esquired by Hob Ros
nlng was that between Sarconl and whilst u .couple of sailors did like
McDonald. The go went for four' duty for McKarley. Doth men's
rounds, and the Bugler put up a weight was announced at 13 pounds
much better scrap than he did i.hd Ayres acted as referee,
against Kid Terry some weeks ago In the first lound the sailor poked
at the Star Theater. The "Kid" out a straight left to face, and
was billed to box McDonald, but at Itellly came back with a beaut to
the last moment crawled out of the the wind. Charlie then threw In a
engagement for some reason or nn-
other. It was lucky for Terry that
it was sarconl wno raced tne Ban-
or, as McDonald is a husky guy who
has a fine wallop In either hand.
The go1 between Kid Nelson and
Harry Scholl was a picnic for the
latter, and he simply outclassed the
Kid. In the second roundScholl put
the local man down for tho count
of 9, but the Kid managed to last
the balance of the round.
The end came In the third round
when Nelson was bashed about from
one side of the ring to the other,
and finally his .seconds skied the
'towel In token of defeat.
The McDoriald-Sarconl argument
started out with the sailor smiling In
Well, what d'ye think
There is no close season for
. mlm M 4m7 fcv5tr x.
BT V. I. 8TEVENS0H.
FOR SARCONI AND REI XY FIN-
n kindly way at Ilia opponent, who,
too, looked fnlily comfortable fur a I
'while. , 1
in me tint round Aiac got an uver
the llugler and uhowed that he had a
heavy right and a good straight left.
In the second round Sarconl did bet-
ter work, nnd landed a couple of
times on the sailor, who, however,
only laughed. The third round win
n whirlwind affair, and both men I
mixed It all the time. Mac did good ,
up for tne rourtn round, and Mac-
Donnld went for him like a tiger,
left to face 'and rlght.ito Jaw, and
the sailor was groggy as the gouj
. In the second round Itellly stn.W
n (lilt, but landed lightly at 'will on
the Jackie. After two mlnutc'.V
fighting Itellly mi' McKarley lawn'
lor tho count of' nine,.
nlnfv Just before
m for th.rM seconds,
thii gong went Clinrl
ed tnes Bailor (low
nnd the mnn-of-wnrsmdn's seconds
throw, up the rag.
McKarley addressed the crowd. and
said tliat tin had had. only thrco
days'. notice of the light, ;and that he
was In no condition to box, Mac Is
game enough, but Is not In Keilly's
class. The bout i looked j like the
old story, of' the amateur) and" the
"" " UstafsJssTV
Oh! see yc bottles large and colde,
Beneath ye greenwoode tree, -And
marke yc doggye sagc"jand holde
Denote where they may be,
" WhereUs ye smalle, hotte byrde?"' you aske-
He absent is with reason;
Ye gunner hath bcn.clean fbrg'utte
this is ye close -season.
The Rcer Thot'sJ5rewed
BM ' loS
uit The CSiT
professional over again.
llefofo the malri event cntne on
flnttllng Robinson,' a colored man,
announced hli desire to mix It with
any other gentleman of 1G4 pound
weight. Nelson of the Marine will
probably have a go at the Dottier
I some time tills week.
Tonight Fred Smith U putting on
three bouts, and they will be asfol-
lows! Ah Sam vs. Sarconl, eight
'rounds: Marine Coll vs. MacDonald,
ten rounds, and Jack llroland vs.
Churllo Itellly for the same number
iif unasmri. Th ilinw nromlses to
ilo mm! nno ami no dnulit n hit
crowd will ntieml mi the Aloha Pork.
t) tt IS
Fleet Finals Of
- Tennit Tournament
The tennis tournament which has
been In progress on the Deretanla
courU fr M officers of h flf' h"
Cain to decide who will contest for
It is generaly conceded that Nich
olson 'and Henderson will meet In
the final, event and an exceptionally
bard-fought contest may be expect
ed. Paymaster Nicholson Is un
doubtedly a player of class; his ser
vice I exceedingly difficult to han
dle and he places It with accuracy.
He has undoubtedly the hardest
hsekhsnrl rfrlvn ttmftiaa vr hAn
soeri Iri Honofuluand h'ls opponent
generally ' stands 'half parafys8
and watches the ball pass him with1
out an' effort to return It when hd
gets n full-ami "sweep.
Heriderson plays a steady placing
game, u'tfd can be rolled 'upon to
make his1 opponent extend himself.
The finals in both singles and
doubles' .will be played off on Thurs
day afternoon, commencing at 3 p.
m. snarp. v
The band from the U. S. 8. Ten
nessee will be In attendance and a
big time is anticipated." Edwin B,
Ute of Honolulu . the nresent holder
of championships in singles- rand
doubles of.thb, Hawaiian Islands, will
refereej i! A II, persons Interfiled In
tannls.'aiV.lnVlted' to.he' nrrsent.iind
WUnegH;thjlrlnd'-uji;of.''n mdil sue-'
Lssful,lovtnam'eftf. '" '; 'f
,InJthe 'rJnalslfi doubles Uradford
...a )f....l.l.'.J b.il.kUit..-.j 'i. ..
uuuBniuii wurpiay -against men
olsori and Hsndelkpn.V While It Is
rXtor 'anticipated' that, the- Utter,
tea.ni wIjKwfn, yet s,Vd-fought
battle will doubtless ', be - necetsafy
hejbre UradfcTrd and'p'artrier afi con
sent to accent second plac. ;
-V rnwiy.i commencing at 1MB p.
m. sharp, uliattle royal will be
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played o ffbetween the winners of
the tournament in doubles and a
team lo be selected from the best
This team will undoubtedly con
sist of lloth and Uee. The ability of
the Honolulu men Is too well known
to require special mention.
They hae bo far defended tho Ha
waiian title against all comers with
out the loss of a match, and If Nich
olson and Henderson defeat thi'iu
they will know that they luio been
In the game. The courts will again
be open to all tennis enthusiasts,
and a large crowd will doubtless wit
ness the match.
By W. Virginia
Out at the League CI round )es
terday afternoon the. West Virginia
nine defeated the Colorado bunch by (
a score of.8 to 2. This was tha tlrst
game In a final series for the Hong
konir tun. and should the W. V.s
again win, they will take the buuiltl-'
ful cup which was presented by nn
American M.alilpnt fir Hfini-knnf '
The Colorado tcum made two In
their first inning, but could not
score ugaln during the game. The
West Virginians piled up four In the
second, one In the sixth, three In tho
seventh and that was all.
English, who Injured his hand,
last week, had a try at pitching and
showed that he has lost nothing of
his cleverness. The official score
was its follows:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Ituns 2 0000000 02
llase lilts ..0 0000211 04
, . 12 34 Hi l!l
IlUtiS 0 4000130 08
llSJe, hits ...0 2,0.0 1 2.2 0 97
Three-base hits. Reed, l.cgge; sac
rncehltH, 011111:1111 2, Htiko 1, Whtt
beck 1, Schaeffei 1; struck out, Eng
lish 8, need 3, Knife 3, Hake 1; hits,
off Reed 4, off Knife 2, off Hnke S.
GP.O's Are Good
Yesterday afternoon the C. P. O.
nines of the West Virginia and Ten
nessee met on tho ball fletd. And
the game was a close one, although
some, tall shoring was done by both
sides.) mi less than 28 runs wore
scored, m; J ofj theso the W. V.s mudu
ItUi'ml' tliii Tennessee 13.
Tho game' was a most enjoyable
one, und fhe'.blg crowd thnt attended
hill a great'tlme during tho after
noon, Snyder made a home run for
the'W. V.s, and he did It when there
were men oh all the bases.
This afternoon at tho Leaguu
Urouhds tho West Virginia team will
play the Maryland C. I'. O.s, nnd an
other good gamo should eventuate.
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