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LANGFORD BEAT .
FIREMAN HAD" NOSE AND JAW BROKEN BEFORE HE WAS KNOCK
ED OUT LOSER SHOWED GREAT GAMENESS.
LOS AKORt.ES, March 17. San l.angford fought fnr the moving-picture
machln.es for seven rounds (his af.ernoon In hltt scheduled long scrap
with Jim Flynn, and then toppled over the lighting fireman with a right
uppercut that put the Pueblo boy out for more than twenty minutes at I hi?
middle of tlw eighth round. There never wub a time during the light In the
opinion of the critics at tho ringside, when (.nngford could riot havo ended the
light with n knockout. Klynu was heaten Insensible In the second round, hut
his natural gameness kept him going .until he wan literally heaten half to
Umgfnrd hroke Flynn's note In the second round and broke his led jaw
In the third round and thvroaftcr had the flrenjan wholly at IiIh mercy. The
fight by rounds shown that Fljnn never had a chance to win against h.s clev
erer and harder-hitting opponent Itonuer gave Bam any tronhto at all, al
though occasionally he would get his left to tho mouth, ejo or novo nnd
start 'a stream of claret, hut Sam wnsalwnjs smiling and conlldent and seem
Ingly played for the benefit of tho movlns-pictnre entei prise.
Whenever Langford would get Flynn going In a bail way he would slow
down and give the fighting flrcman n chance to recover, hut at no stage of
the battle did Flynn worry him or mnlto him turn his back and run as he
lld In tho previous fight here, when r- ynn secured n ten-round decision.
Flynn's stone-wall defense was not In e hlenci- today nnd It seemed that af
ter he sustained a broken nose In the second round ho was unable to make
any effective cover or block any blows tutu weiu sent his wa
LANOFORD WA8TES NO BLOWS.
Langford did not waste his blows, seldom missing nny leads mid only
onco or twice swinging over Flnn's head as he ducked vicious Ic.ids, l.ang
ford did not delay getting Into the game In the first round, hut went right
after Flynn and by working right crosses to the head and Jaw, with many
lefts to the face, he soon had the fireman in a bad way, and claret was
streaming from his mouth. In this opening round Mingfordc'ut Flynn on the
Bldo ofhe'riose ariq-clicck. -f " A
In tho second lound I.nngford landed a hard right to tho nose nnd broke
that organ, causing blood to flow In n steady stream until after the light was
ended. He occasionally varied his lends wlfh hard right and left swings to
the ribs that staggered Flynn and raised him off his reel. It was In the
second round that It began to be realized ut the ringside that Kl)un had no
chance to win nnd that Longford probably was placing with him for the
benefit for the moving pictures. He hail Flynn staggering every time he
landed, which was often, and Flynn was tumble to get awn-1 from anything
or even block It with nny effect.
In tho third round l.angford began to work his right uppercut with good
effoct and frequently scut Flynn's head bobbing backward with these stiff
Jolts. Usually ho followed II with his short lelt hooks or straight rights to
tho face. Flynn tried to rough It in the third, but l.angford kept up his pret
ty footword In sidestepping over) thing and generally countered effectively
either with that punishing right uppercut or straight rights to tho head and
Jaw. This was tho roughest round of till where they tit tempted to mix It
Flynn showing some siced nnd occasionally getting over fnlrly onVcllui
FLYNN IS WEAK IN FOURTH.
l.angford opened the fourth by waiting for Flnn to come Into him and
began playing his right nud left In cruises to lite J.tw until It seemed that
human endurance, would end the- fight In fnor of the negro. In thu fifth, when
Flynn BCemed to bo getting weaker, l.angford slowed down perceptibly, and
Flynn's admirers begun to take hope in tho belief that the negro had Ind
enough of the rough work ami was settling down for u long tight. Intending
to win on points.
Flynn did some good work In this round, but even then didn't have nny
chance to take' the lead. Flynn got l.ungrord with a left over the right eye
that opened up tho same cut that Flynn Inflicted In their previous light, and
Sam began to blood from tho mouth slightly. FI tin opened ti second cut
over the right eye In the early part of the sixth and was rewarded hy sev
eral stiff right uppercuts to the Jaw and right Bwlngs under the heart that
Flynti showed wonderful recuperative powers when he canto back strong
ly In the seventh nnd tried to rough-house Sam. Tho latter smiled at these
efforts, backing away and shooting In lefts to the face and rights to (he
heart and body. I.nngford began to meet Flynn's aggressive tactics with
clever boxing and punishing punches to the Jaw and head, seemingly trying
for a knockout, and he played the right under tho heart regularly,
Flynn was fighting gamely and nlways going In to Lnng,ord.iur -mixups,-liut
he was Invariably beaten to everything and was standing up under un
merciful punishment. Fiynu again showed his wonderful recuperative powers
when he camo back strong for the beginning of tho eighth round, und made
a desperate attempt to get to Langford'B Jaw In bull-llko rusheH that didn't
worry Langford nnd were ineffective. This was a flash In the pan, although
Flynn was trying to force matters and seemed o be growing stronger rapid
ly, He rushed Langford to the ropes near tho press box, when someltody In
the box section yolled to him: "Why don't you drop him and let us go
home?" Langford replied: , ,
"What do you want mo to do, murder him!"
COLORADAN KNOCKED OUT.
They Went Into a clinch and fought to tho center of the ring Langfotd
ripping rights to the wind and heart with great effect, while Flynn was play
ing for the Jaw effectively. As they broko out of tho clinch, Flynn
started to rush In and Langford caught him coming with a stiff right up
percut to tho point of tho chin, Flynn falling head first toward his own
Langford saw that Flynn was out for keeps and ruslud over to the
press box to shake hands und explain how It was done, while the referee
was counting out Flynn. At the end of tho count Flynn arose und stood
straight, glaring at Langford, a few feet uwuy, for a moment, then hu
-started after tho negro.
Sam backed uwuy und sold to Flynn: "You're out and I'm not going to
fight you any longer."
Flynn's seconds Jumped Into the ring belatedly und drugged him to his
corner, where smelling salts nnd other restoratives were brought Into ac
tion for more thnn five, minutes before Flynn could stand. Then, when his
seconds tried to get him to go lo his dressing toom, ho tried to light litem,
being still unconscious, and wus persuaded to leave tho ring only when told
that Langford had been knocked out and had not como to yet.
After dressing, Flynn wus rushed to tho bathrooms unit tho doctor Is
looking after him tonight Ho wus terribly punished mid pieseuts mi uwful
A crowd that Jammed tho Jeffries arena und was estimated nt 100u,s.iw
the contest and the preliminary bouts. In one of these AI lingers so novuioI)
punished Young Kenny Unit tho icfereo stopped It In (he thlid round.
In tho other Frnnkle Sullivan knocked out Kid Cleveland In the second
round of what was to hae been n ten-round go,
Hawaiian Opera House
Tuesday and Wednesday Evening
JAMES KERNE'S OREAT RURAL,
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THREE GOOD EVENTS
TWO BICYCLE RACES
AND A MARATHON
The Celebrated German Wrestler
Catch-ai-Catch-Can Best Two in
Three Falls For n Purse of $500
Of 4 and 6 Rounds
1-2 Mile Long, Showin the Great
SATURDAY EVE., APRIL 2. 1010
Prices Ringside Seats, SI; Re
served Seats, 50c: Bleachers, 25c. -
Seats on Sale at Fitzpatrick's,
Fort and -Hotel Streets. . , -i
The Indian Muscle Dancer
Returning from a Two Years' En
gagement in China and Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far Enst
OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND
Full Military Band Every Evening
Hayes Showing Good Form and Run
ning Strong Many Prizes for
Placq-Getters Special Excur
Now that thu time lor tho Marathon
race to Halclwa Is getting so closa
nioi e Interest, If possible. Is being tak
en In the event. All of the runners
who have entered for the race are call
able of covering the long Journey to
Halelwa In good time, and It would
seem ns If the record which Jackson
put up last year will go by tho board
Most of the men are showing fine
form and Hayes, Jackson, Gomes, Etios
and several others are running In ex
cellent style, Hajes, especially, Is
getting over the ground In a wonder
lul way. and Jackson thinks that the
little foilow will go very close io win
ning the big race.
When the runners lino up at the O.
It. & L. depot on Sunday morning
there will bo a big crowd waiting to
bee tho Btart, Lust year Aala Park
was crowded, and the big biiuch of
people, shortly after the start, board
ed the special train und steamed off for
u really enjoyable picnic
On Sunday morning the Bpeclal (rain
will leuvo the depot at 9 o'clock and,
by that time there should bo cnotig'
peoulo present to pack the coaches
that will be provided,
Tho two bicycle races will be good
ones, too, itiuf.H largo Held will stsrt
in both thu under eighteen yours, uui)
over that .age, race. The youlhs will
set n good pace right from the start
und a slashing race should eventuate
The runners und cyclists will be
brought buck lo town on thu special
ti ulii. mill every arrangement tor their
comfort has Ik-cii made ut llulelwu
hotel. Tho llrst man to finish will bo
suru of n number of valuable prizes
und. In fact all tho runners will get
something fur their trouble
The ik) lunch uffulr nt Walnlua
promises to he n great success, and
tho Indies who are gelling it up rely
Race on Wednesday
SKATES 15c. Extra
AFTERNOON PRICES Admis
sion, 5c; Skates, 15c.
Sunday Afternoon Prices Same as
upon a big bunch of people making
the trip down to Halelwa. When It is
remembered that fnr n small amount
thu trip down and hack can be maile
und that tho affair Is moru like n huge
picnic than anything else, there can
he no doubt that u big bunch of peo
ple will grusp the opportunity of Join
ing In tho excursion.
Numerous motor-cyclists will follow
thu race, und a number of nutomobllcs
are also expected to be on the road.
The press will bo accommodated In a
machine piovlded by Senator Chilling
worth and thu race can thus bo prop
erly written up.
Olwii a flue day there cau he no
doubt that Just as big a crowd us
turned out Inst ear will, on Sunday
next, take the train tu Halelwa
LUAU GIVEN AT
Down nt the Wnialee Industrial
School there was n reul gala day
on Kaster Sunday- Mr. 1'opc, Super
intendent of Public Instruction, was
present at the grand hum, and the
baud played during the time of the
feast. Sports of nil sorts wero car
ried on, and the lads hud u lino time
Thirteen of tho boB, who have
entiled sulllclent "credits" to entitle
them to be- lelensed on parole, wero
discharged flom the school, nnd they
udded to the pleasure of tho day
with their happy fnccs. The day
will hu u red-letter one in the school
ntiunls, and It Is planned to have.
something similar every car.
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