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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. 8ATUIIDAY, DEC. I, 1900. '
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SPEAK OF FIGHT
It Is Interesting t( read the different whllothcy feel In great fettle for bat
coinnicutH on tlio coming light for the tlo, th'ay arc unable to put up n light
wrirlil'n rhamplonshlp between Jeffries ns they did In their prime. They don't
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'end Johnson niul the follow Inn opln
Ions of well Informed men on tho sub
Jcct will ho read with Interest.
(By Walter Si. Denl, Spirting Editor
I New York Globe.)
It's n torn; nay off, trint fight tie
Iwccti .11 in Jeffries mid Jack Johnson
lint from this untfo It strikes the writ
er that tho fnrthcr off tho ctmtcst Ihr
better tho chnneu will bo for the white
Todny, Jeffries Ik In Kood enough
shape to travel nt least six rounds at
tint fastest clip the best in mi In the
no.'ld could send him, Thnt he Ik fit
for, and no more. Il.it the way he U
workl'i'! and a contlnuanco of tho
sanio efforts will nnke him the same
old Jeff, tho fello'v who toppled one
after another of tho best crop of henvy
weights tho world over had.
Jnhnrnn Is sure to hit tho pace that
kills between now and at least throe
months before flfilit time. It's his na
hire, and ho can't set away from It.
Jeffries Is In vainest about all he l
doing, and an udv.mt.iEo he'll have It
nothing cite, wilt bo his courage. Tin
negro hns been foitunatu In gcttlnv
men smaller than himself to fight, no
when ho meetn Jeffries, a m ''
cnual In skill, that "yellow streak"
will surely show.
Johnson has always been unscriipii
Ions an 1 devoid of principle In noirl
ill I his business dealings, nnd one who
similes human nature snys thnt bj
thnt ho figures .lohnsnn's heart Is not
In the right I'laco. and ho says a man
possessing such tinltB never showed
a degreo of courage In a contest where
.hls''own anatomy was subject to fium
That sounds logical, and so there
can bo nothing to It but' Jeffries.
(From Chicago Tribune.)
In Its "Referee" column dototed to
editorial comment on ortlug events
tho Chicago Tribune Sunday morning
"Now that James J. Jeffries has sign
ed to fight Jack Johnson for tho heavy
weight championship of the world,
there will be much speculating as to
tho outcome of tho contest, which Is
to bo held next July, There lire many
who doubt Jeff's ability to "conio
back" after such a long nbiience from
tho ring, and If ho Is beaten he will
get little sympathy from tho majority
of IIiobo Interested In pugilism, In
years past there hno been many ex
amples of men re-entering tho ring
but tho story has always been tonl
In tho word 'Defoat.' Hut, in splto of
tradition, there are many critics who
really bollevo tlmt Jeff will knock out
tho negro. They think ho Is so far a
superior fighter thnt his retirement
fho years ngo has not brought htm
down to Johnson's caliber. Hut In this
many nro likely to bo Badly fooled.
uuiui tiftniuiD iiu.u iriuu me unme ns
1 loff Is to try only to discover that,
know exactly how to account for It,
but they cannot, nnd the same may
bo said of athletes In other sports,
Hut Jeffries hns taken a long time to
decldo whether he could cet into con
dition, and sayn ho ran, which caused
him to sign the ortle'es for tho Jol)n
roil contest. Now, If he falls he can
blame nobody but himself."
(By John E. Wray, of the St. Louli
"One little' question cnues all the
doubt noout the matter. Can Jeffries
tome back to form ufter a fle )cars"
nbsence from the game?
"With Jeffries as goid ns he was on
tho day when he. battered down the
rhlfty James Curtiott for the second
time, there Is not a man In the whole
land.-pxcept n fanatic, vim would gle
Johnson the ghost of u chance. For
Jeffries Is n ring figure without n
parallel In tne hjstory of the game,
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How far has, Joff gone back much
ir little? Can constant application re
More him 7 Can ho recover all the
'ittle tilrks, judgment or distance foot
"ork and unconrclo,is cn-ordlnatlon of
Tliul nnd body that ho had so care
'ully and through so man) cars of
hard work er(ected?
"It's a hard one' to answer
"In the meantime there's Jack John
iti. During the heydey of Jeffries
'ohnson was on the move, too; and al
though he, was given few fights that
cou'd proiwrly tct his ability, critics
wlthcut piejudlre clvclilm credit for
being au extreme!) clever fighter. To
day wo know hint as a mnn who, with
all his in." pounds of fl-htlng weight.
Is still about n'i'ixMinds shy of the
nvolrdiilKils nt the mighty Jeff. Also,
ho has not tho- tremendous depth of
chest, nor tho r.lnd capacity that be
longed to this wnrrlor from California,
when ho wns In his prime.
"He Is built on sin illcr lines In every
dimension exc?pt his bleeps and fore
arms. Here tbe colored gentleman is
amply endowed In nature lo hand out
Jolts, as his mimsuremelits wll luiw.
"Johnson Is about the biggest big
man Jeffries has ever met, and r.'ill h
lacks greatly of being tho Jiunnn
Hruln that James J, Jeffries If.
"Kurthermoro Johnson Is no 'onsci
In his prime. Ho lingers close to the
.12) ear old mark, and his life has not
been organized and iierson.ill) con
ducted by tho W. C. T. I' In fact
Johnson hns probably hit tho elevated
places moro frequently and 'mi lor
"But there Is always this ir his fav
or hu Is champion, with a rhumi'lon'
confidence; and ho has nuer let him
self got out of his fighting sliilc. He
has nothing to leurn all oir nyalu;
ho has fought himself Into betl-r
shape than he has probably eer been
In his life and that spells ikuc'i for
None but Jeffries can tell vhcther
he has built himself Into a iioa- nan
after all these years, and I o won't
tell. Tialnlug for over a o.tt may
bring back to the Calfornlan h't old
time ruggednevx and wind. And If It
does, with n couple of slx-rouur, flahK
to, pollBh off his form, he will tiK1 a
world of beating.
nut the wise ones luuo It that .Tor's
condition is all seeming. He In down
lo weight, but ho can ncvci recover
the endurance that ho onro ix.ssnssed
they say. They flguro JohnMin will
annoy him Into rushing tnctl" and ox-
mst him beforo twenty nitm-iF hai'c
passed. And then ho will p,'ind him
to sleep at hl(i leisure.
It sounds well, hut eerylhln; f'tt
Is euphonious Is not neccsrmilly ac
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In Sports Line
Things In the sporting line aro as
dull as ditch water today, nnd not
one event Is scheduled to come off.
Itnsclmll Is tlnNbcd for the time be
ing, soccer has not been started, the
walking rate Is still n wock ahead,
nnd gonernll) there Is nothing doing.
Tho wet weather has nothing to
do with It, as It happened that there
was nothing on tho nrogrnm for to
Tomorrow, Sunday, will bo Just as
quiet, nnd there Is nothing doing ex
cept n sailing race between the Wal
loping (llmlet and tho I'inncing
Mary. The event should bo a good
one, ns four wrens will compete In
the 1 ace, nnd a big crowd will prob
ably be In attendance on the water
Sailing is a flue sport when thero
Is some rendezvous to meet at, where
the crews ran get ashoro and roll
around on a sandy bench till the wcl
i.imo cell for knu kau Is heard. Then
11 smoke, a few of the latest yarns,
and tho bunch board their hookers
for tho return cruise.
The small boat owners arc getting
u lot of fun out of tholr cinff, and
tlioy show the greatest Intorest In
everything nautical. Some of tho
skippers spend alt their spare tlmo
down at the water front painting
and scraping tholr miniature yachts,
and the result Is that the wrens
slip thiough tho water In tine stjlc.
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Whatever the National league lines
with the proposition to lengthen the
playing Hchcdulo of 1 08 games, Its
young rival, tho American, either
will hold to the present season ot
IS I or hop hack to 140 contests per
jear sjjs a Chliago paper.
This wan the positive announce
ment of President Han Johnson to
day after he had discussed recont
btorles to tho effect that tho big lea
gues intended to stretch tho present
"Tho American league will not In
crease tho number of gamrs," said
tho executive. "If any action at all
Is taken it will bo to cut the en
gagements to 140. Tho league would
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