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BY Y. L. STEVENSON.
FIFTEEN ROUNDS OF FIERCE FIGHTING RESULT IN WIN FOR
CULLEN REILLY SHOWS GAMENESS, BUT HAD NO KNOCK.
OUT PUNCH BIG CROWD AT ALOHA PARK. WATCH THREE
Although to all Intents and pur
poses, a beaten man at tho end of the
eighth round, Chnrlle Uellly, by Know
ing tlio utmost Bnmeness, was on his
feet nt the end of a" fifteen round bout,
mid lout tho fight on a declstnn to
Never hag a better contest been
teen In Honolulu. It was a fierce go
irom tho first tap of the gong, till tho
end of tho sixty minutes when Ref
eree Paton olevated Cullen's hand In
token of victory.
Tho fight clearly showed right
.i,r,,,,M, ti.nt nimrlla Rplllv la a won-'
derfully clecr boxer, and that ho has
tho heart of a hero. Tlmo after timo,
ho was floored, but nlwa)s returned
to tho attack. Een when practically
In a franco ho would Instinctively fight
on, and manago In some way to smoth
er up and block tho sleep preduclng
punch from fairly landing.
llellly was up against an experienc
ed old warrior, and ono who knows
all the tricks of tho game,
Cullen Is a veteran as compaied
with llellly, and ho simply Induced
the youngster to play himself out In
nln attorlipts to hurt him by hits on
tho top of tho head.
Cullen, In that particular, reminded
ono Orlffo, the peer of all lightweights.
wio cpuld fempt his man to break his
hands on a hard skull, and then step
In and beat him,
Tho fact was mado evident on Sat
urday night that Charlie llellly, clover
and all as ho Is, has no knockout
No gamer lad ever put on a glove
than our Charlie, but ho was up
r-galnst a seasoned fighter, and ono
(hat can ctand all kind of punishment
mid then mako In for more.
For the first six rounds Rcllly held
his own and was away ahead on
points. After that Cullen forged
ahead, and when ho. In tho eighth
round landed on Rellly's jaw, expo
pcrlenccd rlngsldcrs saw tho begin
ning of the end.
Charllo went down and took tho
count of eight, when Cullen connect
ed In the eighth round. It was plain
ly seen that tho lad was In queer
street, and moat pcojto thought llellly
would not last ten rounds as a matter
of fact the gong about saved him.
Charllo came up very weak In the
ninth round, and Cullen went In to
finish his man In short order.
Tho gamo lad, however, refused to
cash In and although ory groggy
oparkled up for a half minute or bo
and fought like u demon, .
In tho tenth round Cullen got Char,
lie rattled again and, stooping for
ward, allowed tho Honolulu boy to
land with right and left at least ten
times on his head and ears. Then
when ho saw that llellly had exhaust
ed himself, Cullen stood up and with
a short arm Jolt to jaw put llellly
down for eight seconds.
Then again in tho eleventh round,
Cullen knocked Rcllly to his knees,
but tho local lad got up quickly anil
actually forced tho fighting for a
Thoro was whirlwind fighting in tho
twelfth round, and tho audience went
frantic as tho two lightweights fought
all oer the ring. Flrialy Cullen put
Charllo, who wbb all In, down for sev
en seconds and tho gong went shortly
The thlrtconth round was tho best
since tho seventh, and llellly was
fresher right through It, although at
tho closo hanging on'whllo Cullen took
It was apparent that llellly was all
In, and his mad rushes and endeavors
I to hurt Cullen by thumping him on
the head and shoulders, showed that
our lad did not know what ho wax
Dob Ross, Charlie's second, jelled
tlmo and tlmo again to Charllo to stop
such senseless scrapping, but tho lad
, liml lost his head, and simply of
haiisted himself trWnir tn do thn InV
The last round found Charllo on his
feet still, hut weak as a baby,
Thero was a lot of hanging on and
Cullen, evidently knowing he was
I leading by a inllo as far as points
'went, seemed to cuso off u bit and
let tho tight end as it wns.
Mlko I'aton had no hesitation In
giving tho fight to Cullen, No othon
decision was possible and tho crowd
could only say that the best man won
It was a clean fair fight right
through, and tho huge audience left
the Aloha Park perfectly satisfied
that they had seen as gooil a fight as
It Is possible to see nn) where, and
that both the boxers were decent
Two preliminaries were fought out
end the first between Richards ami
Coyle was given as a draw by Ref
crce Scully. Tho decision was a good
one for although Coylo was a trifle
ucnincl. up lo tne enu or me inira
.round, he evened things, up In the
lounn wun a lew goou puncnes anu
I made a draw of it. , Coyle, with
training, should be able to account
for Richards. 4
The second gcv-'was between the
two kids Terry and Franklin and
up to the middle of ,the third round
wn excltlnr enouah for everybody.
Franklin had the belt of the go up
till the moment Terry put one over
on his jaw and made him take the
Then ensued, (scenj that for the
sake of decent sport 'we hopeSiever
to see again In a local ring. Terry,
,who had stood over his fallen foe,
taunting him and Inviting him to
get up and fish I some more; sudden
ly motioned with his foot as It to
It was a deliberate and cowardly
act, and Terry well merited -the
storm of hoots that greeted him.
All this cleared the way for the
main event, and the spectators who
expected a good exhibition wore not
disappointed , as' the above account
The Aloha Park was packed to Its
utmost capacity, and frq mall stand
points the show was a success.
Manager Scully need never worry
about the public patronizing his
shows as long as they are as square
as last Saturday night. Mike Pat
ton, as referee, was In .his right
pl'aco, and the othec officials were
also O. K.
llellly, when seen yesterday, look
ed a trifle the worse for wear. One
eo was In mourning and, a few
other marks are In evidence. Still
for such a long, hard-fought contest,
the two men got off very light, and
I there was nothing gorry about the
The best man won, and Rellly
says himself, "I did my b'est,"but he
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College of Hawaii
On Saturday afternoon at Alexan
der Field the Oahu College team
defeatedd the College of.Hawall at
football In very hollow fashion.
The score, 23 to nil, indicates how
one-sided the gamo was.
The lighter players simply ran all
over the Hawaii men and by rial
team work, showed that they had
the game down pat; their combina
tion was good, and the Hawaii men
never could get any distance before
they were downed,
McKentle was the star player of
tho day, and out of the 23 points
scored, he accounted (or not less
than 18, He crossed the line three
times and kicked tbiee'1 goals, Mc
Kedzie is a very fast man and has
wonderful condition to b'aek hlnVdp.
1 Norton also played a fine game
and waa responsible for the second
touchdown made by Punahou, The
game was too one-sided to cause
much Interest to be taken In the
piny, but still the rooters were pres
ent In force and they seemed to en
n n n
Exciting Race ,
Sailed on Sunday
Kour of tho five small boats that
started In tho sailing race yesterday
ifternoon finished toryiclose togeth
er, TheijWlnner, or rather the boatl
thaULulshedi first, was 'tho 'Dancing";
Sally, but she was disqualified on ac
count of fouling the Pear).
The Ivy was the only boat that
did not finish the course. Her til
ler was broken and she had to be
guided back to the club house tor
repairs. The wind was uncertain,
and, at tlmcB, gusty; however, It
freshened ud a lot during the time
of the race, and alflhe wrens and
sloops flew through the water In
The finish was most exciting and
only seconds separated the craft as
they crossed the line. The actual
result was as follows;
Dancing Sally (dlsqual'd). .1 44
Pearl ,...- 1 44
Qalloplng Mary ..1 49
Papoose 1 49 V
Ivy did not finish.
Good Baseba 1
At Athletic Park
Down at the Athletic Park yester
day afternoon two good games of
baseball were played, and the Ma
rines In the first defeated the Kalt
hls by a score of 1 to 0. In the sec
ond game the Japanese nine defeat
ed the C. A. C.s by S to 0, and did
It easily, too,
Louis Soares did the catching for
the Marines, and he was a tower of
strength to his side. He and Olbson
sure make a strong pair, and the
half wtti may be expected to do
some good work In the future down
at the Park,
Olbson pitched, well and held the
Kallhls down In great style; he,
with Soares to help, should now do
some of bis best work. Esplnda
and Hoopll formed the battery for
rtie J. A. C a, and they did excellent
work. The C. A. C.s had En Sue
and Raymond Hoe playing for them,
and the former, aa usual, showed bis
great fleetnes of foot.
The fast little fellow was good,
and his play at second was a treat
to watch, He was responsible for
one good double play unassisted,
and another assisted. He got a
great reception when ber.apea,redi
on the dlamnod. ,
The official scores for both games
were a's follows:
U. 8. M. C. ,
Run 10000000 01
Uase hlts...0 0 0 0 0 0 11 02
123, 4 56789
Runs ......0 0000000 00
llase hlts...l 2 10 110 0 06
Sacrifice hits, Hayes, Oaw, Moses,
Duller, Fllzer; left on bases, U. S.
M. C. C, Kallhls 6; Irst base on er
rors, U. S. M. C. 2. Kallhls 1; hit by
pitcher, Oaw; struck out, by Olbson
4, Kealoha 7 phases on called balls,
Kcaloha 1 ;, wild pitches, Kealoha 3,
Olbson 'i; 'passed balls, Duller 4,
Soares 1; umpire, John Notl4y;
scorer, N. Jackson; time, 1:22,
C. A. C. s
Run 0 0000000 00
liase hlts...O 0 1110 0 0 03
J. A. C.
Runs 4 0000100 5
Dase bits... 3 0 0 10 110 U
Two-base hit, Ross; sacrifice hits,
Ross, Kalpoijlett on bases, C. A. C.
5, J. A. C. 6; first base on errors, C.
A, C. 2, J. A. C. 5; double plays, Kn
Sue to Aklna, Franco to Drlto;
struck out, by Hoe 2, by Esplnda 6;
bases on called balls, off Hoe 1, Iff
Esplnda 2; wild pitch, Hoe; umpire,
A. Marcaiuno; scorer, N. jacKson;
time, 1:13. 'Attendance, 2,000.
Marines Make 5
Tp Town 0
Yesterday afternoon at the leaguo
grounds the Marine football team
beat the Town' bunch by a score of S
to nil after a really good, exciting
Oaw scored the only points of the
game, and It was good team play
that resulted In the five points being
made. Forward passes and trick
plays were worked by the Marines,
and at times their men got away for
a short distance, but gentrally were
dawned In quick order by the Town
The second half was very even,
and the fans became very excited as
me nan was worxea irom one enu
of the field to the other. When time
was called the Town team workod
the ball down Into the Marine terri
tory and looekd like scoring.
The next game will be between
the Town and Marines once more,
and will be played on November 14.
It should' lie a fine exhibition of the
game, and as the Town bunch will
practice hard for the next couple of
weeks there Is a good cliunce of
them turning the tables on the Camp
ulIbtin AM PAY
SUNDAY, NOV. 7.
1:30 P. M.
C. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
J. A. C. vs.
League B.B. Grounds
1:30 P. M.
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