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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., miDAY, NOV. 2, 1009.
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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
COME OUT EVEN
CULLEN AND REILLY BOX FIFTEEN ROUNDS TO A DRAW SAR.
CONI DEFEATS AH SAM RICHARDS KNOCKS COYLE OUT WITH
BODY BLOW CULLEN W6ULD FIGHT AGAIN.
"ncry time I stopped out of my
corner from the end nf the tenth 1
round, on till the, finish, I thought I
would get Ilellly."
Thug remarked Dick Cullen when In
terviewed 'about the content over fif
teen rounds, which lie and Charlie I
Kcllly fought to a draw on Wednesday
"Yen." continued Cullen, "Helll)
fought n hundred tier cunt better li.il
tlo and, although I had him going in
tho last round, I could not lund u
punch which would hae made tho vic
'However, (o bIiow what 1 think of
the bout, I will bet one hundred dol
lars that I can beat jlcllly oer a
twenty-round go straight Matquls of
"I leave on the Canadian boot, De
cember 10, a'nd will fight Rcllly any
fine he likes before that date."
Cullen, who looked well and showed
cry sllgljt traces of the strenuous
time ho had In the ring on Wednes
day night, nppcared to be satisfied
with the decision, as ghen by llefereo
"I did not cut loose soon enough."
said tho champion. "I should bine
bhaken things up n little sooner than
In reply to a question ns to what ho
thought of Ilellly, Cullen replied
"Charlie is n real decent, clover young
btcr, and It was a treat to box with
blin. Still no I said before. I'll bet n
hundred plunks that I can beat Kcllly
with tho stialght rules, I'd bet live
hundred if I hud It, so there ou are."
Charlie Ilellly, seen after the fight,
said that he had fought Just about as
well as he thought be would,
"It's this way," remarked the po
ular lightweight, "I felt more con
fident on Saturday night than..ecr I
did and, although I was tempted to
epeat my Aloha Park stunt, nnd do
tho windmill act, I alwas remem
bered In time. Once Cullen nearly got
mo as I stepped back after bluing to
the top of his head. Dick, howevei,
landed too high with his right swing
und I didn't feel It much." -
Ilellly showed practically no signs
of punishment, and it Bpcaks volumes
for Dob Koss for the wuy ho turned
his charge out.
Ross and Jimmy Pose are two old
rtagcrit and they were of great assist
ance to Ilellly during the fight.
As far as the fight goes It Is easy
Right from tho first tap of tho gong
Ilellly dashed In and showed his skill
as a left hand fighter In fact both he
and Cullen gave a great exhibition of
straight left boxing,
The first six rounds showed Ilellly
slightly ahead on points, and Cullen
fighting under wraps. Then Cullen
began to wnko u pand landid some
beautiful lefts. lie, however, was
away off us far as his right went.
Timo and time again clever llttlo
Charlie ducked out of danger, and tho
Eivep producer ranneu me air.
In the eleventh round Cullen came
out of his corner llko a tiger, and
forced tho fighting, right through' tho
Rcllly had, In the eighth round, land
ed an awkward blow on Cullen'B el
bow and, in returning to his corner at
the end of tlieround, Informed Dob
Ross that he had Injured his wrist.
Reiily's seconds wero worried over
the fact, but put up a good blufT at
tubbing Charlie's arm, when, as a mat
ter of fact, his wrist was receiving the
Tho last four rounds of the contest
wero whirlwind affairs and both men
were out for gore,
Cullen was determined to finish tho
fight with one good punch, and It
must be admitted that In tho lust
round Cullen had Ilellly In a bad way,
and had ftvo moro rounds been fought,
might have won via thu knockout
l( was a flno exhibition of boxing
and, ulthough Cullen, to some people,
itemed to have a trifle tho better ol
tho scrap, Mlko Puton's decision met
with universal approval,
When tho first pair, of boxers ap
peared on tho stuge, the Orphoum was
fairly well filled and a great jell went
up when Ah Sam, closely followed
by Sarconl, stepped through tho ropes.
It was a short and sweet go. The
bugler landed n couplo of wallops on
Snm and the Chinese took tho floor
for nine seconds, Onco moro Bar
conl passed tho Celestial ono on thu
point nnd Sammy went down and only
the goug saved him.
Tho second round did not labt any.
tlmo as Sarconl, ru'shtng from his cor-
tins ulm nl i' t limits tnflo nn.1 olnliln nn
iwt nnii'ij iitiwT iuiid uiui iifeitin imu
Sum (III the lattoi.llku tho ostrich, laid'
down ami burled hli hend
count of ten waB called.
I Poor old Sam gets some awful beat
Jlngs at times, and still does the OlUer
Twist act. On Wednesday night Sam
, mv asked for more, got It, and Ihei.
I The crowd was pretty well worked
up now, and the second go, between
Richards nnd Coyle, was heralded with
The big fellows were as funny as i
Shiincr's Parade, or even almost as
joful ns a Pacific Monthly article on
Coylo was having the best of the cir
cus, until he made a wild swing at
Richards and. rushing In at the same
moment. Impaled himself on Richard's
right, which caught him Just under the
brenst-bone, and laid him out cold.
Then the main event started and
ns written nboe. It ended In n good
..lack Wceday refcreed the minor
bouts nnd was satlsfacotry. The main
event was in tho hands of that peer
less referee, Mike Pnton, and well did
the son of Erin perform his p.irt.
Mike receded an ovation when he
ns a matter of form, was Introilnc-I
to tho audience, who all knew him so
Hilly Warhnni was In good nlcc.
and announced the different bouts In
b,M )(,,t syei Jack g,,,,. s for,nn
ate In having n good bunch of officials
nlwnH teady to act in any show- ho
Tho whole show was good and It
proves (tint Honolulu lx n Kihh1 old
town for clean sport, If the right men
As Cullen lenes for Kangaroo land
in a Bhort time tlicie does not appear
to bo much chance of his meeting
Ilellly again unless the latter will take
n sporting chanco nnd wager $100 on
the result of a twenty-round go under
There was n fair sized crowd out at
tho League grounds yesterday after-
foon when the Marines nnd Town team
played their final game, which went to
the Townles by a score of C to 0.
The Marines pln)ed with hard luck
and several times looked like certain
scorers, but they never managed to
got over the line. The six points made
by the Town boys were scored by
Frank Hooks and Sumner thu former
got the touchdown and the latter
kicked a good goal.
Thu game was an Interesting one and
at times became very exciting; thu
ball was carried up and down the field
I quickly and some of the running was
Desha played a fine game as did
Dob Chllllngworth, Hoogs. Sumner and
Hurry Clark. Sumner was the brains
of 'tho Town team and It was owing to
his headwork that Hoogs was enabled
to make the only touchdown of tho
gume. It happened this way. It was
second down on tho Marino twenty
yard line and tho hnlfwets thought
thnt tho signal would bo for a left
hand run, but Sumner Instead tipped
Frank Hoogs off before giving tho sig
nal, and while tho whole bunch was
piled up on the right end, Hoogs flew
around .the left end and scored.
Tho play was a brilliant ono, and
well deserved tho cheers that greeted
the feat. Sumner had an easy kick for
goal and put the baft over In good
There was no further score during
the game and the Marines, try as thoy
would, could not get over tho lino, al
though they got very close to It at
Now something must be said about
tho language of some of the spectators
both civilian und Marines. Tho re
marks were thrown at players, lines
men, refcreo and rival faiu. It Is hard
to say which bunch offended most, but
cue thing Is suro and that Is that tho
kind fit talk that was handed out
would, In other places, havo landed
the users of thu language In the po
One Marino oltlcer did his best to
stop his men from making certain tor
rid remarks about tho ancestors of the
Town team, but this officer could not
be eery where at onco.
Some of the Town fans wero Just
as bad and ulong the side lines the
language was fierce. It Is Just thh
t.oro of thing that slckena poopln of
uttcndlng football games and, although
tho players themselves wero ulrlght,
tuo fans were certainly delisting,
A kind of fiee fight started ufter tlto'''1'81 c'!1Bs company.
Iniurt your ihlnglci igalnit
decay by mining Ihtm with
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The long paint manufacturing
txpcrlence of The Shcrnin
Williams Co. hit enabled
ihem to make mott satis
factory Shingle Stain.
In. Preservative Shingle
Suln, creotote, thebeit)rood
preservative, Is combined with
coloring pigments. Shingle
decay is thus prevented and
an artistic finish given at the
same time. Twenty three
handsome shades, for use on
roofs or shingle sidings.
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E. 0. HALL & SON,
game nnd one youth got what was ruin
ing to him all the nfteraoon. The
cops took n hand also and soaked a
few of the Mnrlneo with their billies.
The row was brewing all tho after
noon, and It Is a wonder that more
scraps did not eventuate. There are
certain rcmnrks that no man will
stnnd for, and they were used In a light
and breezy manner thnt meant fight
, M M
SHORT SPORTS. .
Tho glovos used In the Rellly-Cullen
contest were a trifle large, but a good
wallop could be delivered with them
all the same.
Tin- Pearl sailing race yesterday
was a good one and thu Koloa.
Pearl and Ivy started in the event.
The Koloa, sailed by Crozlcr, won the
race and as there was a good breeze
tho course 'as covered In quick time.
On Wednesdey afternoon nt Alex
ander Field tho Puliation football team
defeated the High School by a score
of 6 to 0, after an exciting and inter
esting game. Which wno somewhat
marred by thu b.ul Innguugo and obvi
ous attempts to cripplo plnjers thnt
There will be a great time out ut
Fort Do Hussy tonight, und all those
fortunate enough to get an Invitation
will be sure to enjoy themselves. Thero
will bo boxing eVents, comic songs and
other stunts so dear to the heart of
the soldiers. Mike Paton will be on
hand and his turn will be a fine one.
According to a Ios Angeles pnper
tho yawl Winsome, owned by Frank
Hay, Is going to compclo In the Trans
pacific yacht raco to Honolulu. Tho
Wlnsomo has a dlcplacemcnt of 19
tons and carries 1C00 feet of canvas
when It is all spread. Sho carries five
tons of Iron on hor keel, and two tons
of lead Insldo ballast. The mainmast
measures fifty-fivo feet from thu deck
tho Jigger twcnty-flvo, and the bow
sprit ten. Main boom thirty feet, spin-
nakur-boom twenty-three feet. Area
mallsall, 780 feet; jigger, 240; stu)Hull,
130; Jib, 1C0.
KAM SCHOOL NOTES.
The election of a captain for the
Kuinehnmeha Schools team this jear
was held at the school Tuesday eve
nlng, at which time the officers of
the three upper grades met.
The boys are out dally practicing
soccer. The team has not been all
chosen )et. John Hal, the new cap
tain, expects his team to come near
u win this year.
Captain Winters, the military In
structor at the schools, will give u
series of lectures on file maneuver
ing on Sunday evenings for the next
John Hal was elected captain of
the soccer team; Allen McOowan
captain of the baseball team, and
Harry (iodfrey cnptuln of the track
The boys' share of work on the
new athletic field has been complet
ed, and Mr. Home will give the
ground over to bomo contractor next
The cadets are taking up aiming
nnd firing exercises now nt the
bthool and are preparing for their1
military campaign next month.
(Icorge llonhag of tho Irish-American
athletic club broke alt Ameri
can running records from five miles
up nt Celtic park and won the lu
mile national championship In h't
minutes and 24 2-5 seconds. Twenty-two
men started. The former
Amerlonn recmd of 62 minutes and
38 3-.1 seconds, made by White Day
ut Staten Inland, has stood for 20
Local ten nillors will have to Im
prove u lot to, have a chance In
SUNDAY, NOV. 28
3. A. C. vi. K. A. C.
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