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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. IL, SATI'IUIAY, NOV. 20, 11)09.
I Local and National I
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
HOW BILL LANG
Throe thousand people saw 11111 iicss, for whl li the crowd heartily
i'qulrm make si tnlKlily effort tfto cheeied Hani cMhungc woic the
ruin Hie hoav,y-wolght boxing chain- urtlep In Dili round, with Squires, ir
plniishlp of Australia at the Cjclu- nn tiling. having the iidvanlngc till
inm.i, when In; fought, lllll I.iing.(Jncar the eml of tjiu roiinil, when a
JusN when he liail IiIh hands almost iu.ir went, "lie's cut hlin'" I.uiiR
.clenched ronnl the prize It .was had iiuwouitil a right which latight
xu.ilihcd from his grasp, for La ng I the iwhamplon hard on I ho jaw.
r.'ift him down mid out In the twcti- lie. however, managed to weather
tlcih loimd of one of the fiercest the iinmil. though sorely prebsed.
lights witnessed In Australia for analgia from his ehalr Squlics
many a da sas an Exchange 'whirled at I. ant;, to the nceonipaiil-
Squliei h.id led for fully l." of tho mcnl of Iiiuiih.' exclteiin id IK
::u rounds, uml he was pioclnlmed rushed Iil.i opponent to the corner ot
the victor rroni all parts or the huge the ling, and 'tent n right to the
hulldlng whon.Uio men xhook hnniK thin, which fairly staggered him.
tired mid worn out fiom their stienu- lung, however, Btuck to his guns
out efforts, for the last lotiud. . Ill.c a hem, nud It was give unci
Squire, who had Tommy Hums In take for n few ie iimlH Then from
hi i an-!'', met with n tiemeiidnir' n e!hch the New Smith Weislnn,
ivtillnn us he went Into the ring. ' tiae, i.atig ng.iln with his light,
Ills r.uo wns tlriiwn and pin. h"d, but and the term ended Willi Squires
his Imil) wiih h. owned through coll- niter the champion llle a tiger,
slam exposure In the nun Lang, The rout Hi and llfth time mlli
who won i lie title of champion fmiit ulos were tomparulludy titine, while
Klhlres, limkeil pale nud fidgety. Ilul nothing of moment iKcuned In thu
Ills condition appeared nil that hands 'kxth, with I lie exception that
i wild make It. Eddie Williams. Auk- Squires hrutight blood from the nose
triilln's piemler middleweight, was with a Ml J.ib. Kor this Mow Squlr
hhc chief nilvlwr. .Inck Mltihell the'es showed n gie.it liking nil through
icferee, uunoumed that Lang sraleii thu lultle, hut there was not nuiUi
JSi! pounds, while Ills ihallengei was, sling In It. iiltiell It worrleil Lung a
1' Hi. lighter.
('lln ilng clear, and the oilier glv-
'the ppieiiih round wit a laaio pp
rlod. hut the MiKccdlmr one was
en. the iu u sp-irrod caiillousl) for an jtorrld. Lang leached Squllcs's liln
opening. l-iug was the first to mow. iwlth a ilsht inmen-nt. imi i.m.nr
nhil his-light left to the fine was were more than evnnvd when Squires
met with vicious swings from Squlr- whipped u light ciuss to Hie Jaw.
, who fulled to lonnecl Sqnlrcs's Lung bagged at the knees, anil wnB
right found thu ribs. Lang's head ! almost down. It looked as If no
went hick fiom ii left, brimful otithlnc tint li miracle could sat,, him.
powder. Squlies had nil the Letter Squires win too eager, and vlnifiil
or the round, hut both men were
Lang forced the lighting In the
right und left swings lauded on no
thing hut nlr.
The men dlsplajcd n decided res-
n-coinl term, but the Sjdnejsldcr peet for aili other In tho opening
bliowed a surpilslng stock of clever-moments of the ninth loimd, but they
rapldlj vVhrmed up, mid when the
roue bent them to their cornets they
were at It We Kilkenny nits.
Tenth Round. ,, i,
Squires' left was busy nil through
the tenth, lip '1II "' '' ImI"'B
mid had established a sod lead oil
points. Lang wns showing unit
judgnlelit with his blows. More of
ten he misted than not; although
Squires left openings ns "wide ns tho
world." A right rip to the body by
Lang made the Peel lllver rarmor
wlnec, hut he kept poking Ills' lett
on to Lang's damaged nose, nnd to
vary the medicine, he hulled n right,
which had the real Intention with It,
Jtil It passed harmlessly over Lang's
head. So ll'erie was the punch that
It carried Squires clean off his feet.
It wns the only amusing Incident
luring the whole piece. Lang wns
racked to hla foundations. ,
In the twcirth bout, Squires illtl
not bcem to have that extra steam
that would hnve lieen so useful.
Lang illnched his wnjr through tho
round, and when thu hell came he
wns lu n perilous condition Indeed.
Lang took n flush lease of llfo In
the thirteenth. And he needed It.
Squires bore In on him with one
glim Intention stamped on his set
brown race. A right to the body
ami u lelt to tho ohln did tho Vic
torian no ,good, while two loft Jaha
In the futo made him swing his arms
wildly round Squires, who wriggled
rrom a hold and plnnted Ills dexter
hnnd hard nnd bquuic on the Jaw.
Again tho filPiul or Lung the gong
clanged out Its summons. Tho
totirtccnth teim passed away with
both finessing, nnd nothing or n tell
ing untitle' was dene.
Lang danced lound like a marion
ette III the llfteenlh loimd. bill three,
or four lefts In the face look n lot
of puce out of him
II was in thu sixteenth that Squlr-
lh's black and Lang's giinidlnii anger
were once more In evldontc. There'
had been n succession of fierce nil-1
lies when suddenly Squires cut loose
with icncwed vigor. Ho rought Lang
all iouiiiI tho ring and working him
Into u coiner oer went the light
kqunro on the Jaw nnd down went
Lang. Thu scuiio ,wns one or Intenso
excitement, a Herercu Mitchell
((Hinted tho s(conds out. At lour
Lang robe Blowly to Ills reel with
both bauds down. Hut "clang" went
the gong, nud a burst or disappoint
ment iosu from Squlies's iieionds and
, supporters. Notlilng toiild have sav
! erl the Lluiuiplou, but the expiration
of the round.
, A lot or "go" had been taken out
i or Squires, and oxygen was admin
istered to him In his comer by a
medical man. It iuvled him, and
hu went In to finish Lang, who. how
ever, hnd letupeiated In a wondor-
L'OUR HARVARD AND CORNELL 1'LAYERS; SCENE ON CAMBR1D&E T00TUALL FIELD.
"The kind your grand
Admittedly best for gen
Hotter now than ever."
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ful fashion. Ho caught Squires off
his guard, nnd a right on the Jaw
had lllll in queer street for a mom
ent. Hut ho was fighting Lang nil
over the ling when tho close came.
Tho three Inst rounds mo never to
ho fm gotten. It was practically a
flerco whirl hiokcn only when tho
principals went to seek their sec
ond's needed aid. Squlips did nil
clean hitting, nnd Lang's face was
greatly damaged Notlilng but n
knock-out could now savo Lang, nnd
It boomed ns If he did not hno the
necessary stleiigth to do the tilck.
Hut tho unexpected happened. Tho
men shook hands In the llniil round,
and ns ho stepped back. Squires
flipped down In his turner. He has
tily regained his reel, when Lang
Jolted a light cm the chin. A wild
bcramblcd rollowed, mid In tho midst
of It Lang's right landed on Squires's
chin. He tottered nnd another oh
tho Jaw sent him down, nnd out.
The lound had been in progress
"l'oor old lllll," snld hundreds of
people as they left tho building. Tim
Hiupnlliy for Squires was great,
There is n likelihood of the men
being inn tclicd again.
A tieinenduiis cum it gntheied out
tldc tho Cj durum i, numbering many
thousands. .Mali) men made n vio
lent attempt to biust Into the build
ing, nnd-weiu put dcteried until
nioutiteil ,)uopcrj charged and swept
them awijy. A i onion of police wn
then fornjed lound the building.
Lang Is now matched lo fight Hob
ritzslumicus the o'd time champion
nnd n gieat go Is cMiccled.
hub m iteaav MJL it' ? I BtS aasaBvW&j I
' cORWELLr '""" "
In tho east one of tho biggest early football cvenls on the calendar was the Hnivard-Coniell game
in C.imbildge on Nov. 0. Although tho Cornell cloven Is not ncarl s stiong ns It was last car. the
team has shown some big Improvement. Tho defeat of the Ithacnns lit tliu hnlids of Kiiidhnni recently,
while somewhat humallatliig, was n blessing In disguise. It not onlj gave tho touches llrst hand Infoi
matlon about tho weaknesses both or the team im u ivholo und or each Individual, but It Inspired tho plneis
with n burning determination to do better work, liquid Coach Iluughton was confident that his chaigc
would pile iiji a big Bcore, and tho rtbult of IS lo 0 was not a surprise, Tho line-up of the learns Is us
follows: Haivard llogcis, left end; Hooper, loft tackle; L. Wltlilngtnn, left guard; 1. Wlthlngton, cen
ter; Plsher, light guard; fifth, right tackle; L. Smith, light end; OTlahcrty, qunrteibnelt; rrothtiigham,
lift halfback; Long, right halfb.ick:Mlnot, fullback. Cornell Huhlb'urt, left end; Leventry, lert tackle;
Donlan, lelt guard; Seagiaves, center; O'Connor, light gunul; Wcekes, right tackle; Ciosby, right end;
IlaUer. quaitciback; llobb, lert hnlfbnek; Krutsch, light halfback; Simson, fullback.
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