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Cullen Took Off Too Much Weight
and Was Weak Thorn Ran
Away From Dick.
No ono could plcaso ttiu better than
by arranging another match between
lis nt tho Australian lightweight limit
(lost). Thru I would d myself Jus
tice. Last Wednesday 111 Kilt the ad
vantages wcru very much nil ono way,
I liopo Iho public will exruso mo for
making Oils kirk, Mr, 'Amateur.' I
went Into tho thing with my eyes open,
and should not yell now; but It la
iHTemury to explain, otherwise t
might bu rated n dub, and you (know
I can tight can't I!"'
"Why, jch, you could certainly light
when wo saw you last" fia my prompt
What t hnvo written la to nil IntenlH
and purposes thu btory of tho battle.
Tho gato total.eit 41R. From nisi
to lust Thorn led, getting that left of
It In 11 luimflnt- truism thiil n
match woll made Is half won,' and II . IiIh ,,(,nl0 frequently In every round
la correct, too, bojond nil question, I '" curiiiK uui-iy. um s n rmu every
thai In any nthlotlc competition ,lmo tho oiiKn landed, Cullrn was
thero ran bo no confidence where ! m,,vlnK ,lar 'r,)"' " Occasionally
condition Is lacking. Today Dick 1)lck "M " "ls rRhl. 1"1 ,,"mcl'
Cullen, tho manly ounB American iwpoao that had he followed up
lightweight, recognizes tho truth or MimothliiB crfertlvr, might have been
tho facia mentioned more than l":hloc.!. Hut no; he either stood off
or only mado n half-lioarlcd attempt
nt accomplishing anything further.
Plainly, theru wns no l.ick of grit on
Cullen's patt; ho fnced the foe as
Ujfitklly ns eer boxer did, anil took
all Hint camo to him without a whim
pei; but thero Hecined HoiiiBthliig
limits, mill that sonio'lilng tho lad's
tho portion referred to. Cullen. ot ,'i,lu",7"' Bl"'kc '" "" I':"1""
course, could have rctusod, but at
over did In hla life before.
Frank Thorn forced Cullen to sign
that he would, for their match last
Wcdnesdny night nt tho Stadium,
weigh 133 pounds or under nt ringside,
or forfeit tho whole of his whack nt
the gato. Tertians 1 nm wrong In
saying Thorn forced tho visitor Into
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the expenso of losing a' chance of
getting nomo good money; and that
Dick Cullen could not afford to do,
as lils pockets were by no means
h.qavllJLpeil whcn.bo urrlve.U here,
and thcic was danger of tho where
withal to keep body anil soul togothor
petering out completely before further
coin could bo earned. Needs must
when his Satanic Majesty drives. Thus
was tho match well mado for Thorn,
and Thorn Is shrewd enough to sen
to It that all his matches are as wqll
arranged, from tho Thorn Milut of
view, as possible.
Dick Cullen knows now wliat a mis
tako ho mado In agreeing to reduce
hlnuolf.' Ho scaled l3 when ho ar
rived hero, and did not look n li.lt too
big at that. Last Wednesday night
tho visitor brought thu halanrn to lb'!,
and then only after spending nearly tho
whole off the pound or so over and
above tho limit which would not bu
shunted till the last moment.
For three or four das beforo the
decision of tho match, Cullen hwh.
lowed little or nothing Jn liquid form,
ho difficult did ho find It to mako tho
very low (for him) weight limit which
Thorn had compellod. Consequently
fteforeaclers need no telling that the
boy must havp been In a very woak
'Tho Information given I gathered
during conversations with several of
Cullen's friends, and Cullen explains
that tho effect of reducing his poiindi
age to 133 was that ho had no confli
dencfl In himself; henco the fact that
opportunities were allowed to pass un
"The fear that I might cr'ack up at
any moment Impelled me to act most
ly on the defensive," said Dick, who
Is the most heart broken young fellow
In the city today. '( felt that I daro
not go In, as I could not rely upon
myself, and thought It better to wait
arid watch: hut Thorn would not stand
up and fight; ho would poko that left! lug hard to jjet into condition for
or nis in ami run away. Why, thui'cl their wrestling match of next rial
order him out of tho ring at tho firatlurday night, and both mon feel con-
offense If lie behaved so In America. Iident of victory.
hlinp'iclty and frankness, would .
pear to mako clear.
Thorn won handily on imlutx, Them
wasi however, never a moment when
he appeared to' feci .really confident.
He shaped as. If. jiossijBsed nfJlKi Idea
that the young American hail some
thing deadly- up his slcove. Frank
did not run nwuy hourly as much as
when opined to Unhotz Hint mitch
was mostly n succession of splints
and I wondered at a shrewd fellow
Ilka tho German being drawn Into n
manhunt so ofteii. Ftl!l Thorn did
run some from Cullen.
Clinching and scuffling fornn.il a
wearisome feature froui em) to end.
and Mr. ftvfereo Kelly" hal a tough
time going between tho pair. Never
unco did Cullen lipid but there wcro
many occasions when Thorn hung
on like grim death to a nigger. nv.
dently ho, didn't want to bo unhooked.
Mr. Kelly very proiwrly ntlowed tho
boxers to light as tho Marquis of
Quoonsbcrry rules Piovldo they should
hitting at any tlmo or In any posi
tion as long as both arms wcro free.
It takes two to make, u clinch that
Is, both men must bo holding before
n cjlnch occurs, and then only must
tho referee Interfere; but tho public
will not remember, henro Iho conti
nual howl, "llreak 'em! llreak 'cm
will ycr?" Hut often tho demand Is
not so politely put.
tx a a
Tho Howard Cup will bo sailed
off on Sunday next, and the raco
promises to lie. n good one. The
cup must bo won twice In succes
sion before. It can bo held for good
by any winner.'
Eddlo Fernandez has returned
front a business trip to Maul, and he
reports that tho greatest Interest Is
being taken In the coming Fourth
of July horsn races.
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Roberts and Detlmers nre work-
Diamond Heads and J. A. Cs. to
- Hitch Up Alio Two Good
Games for Sunday Afternoon.
Everything has been arranged fl
it 1 1,1 for tho baseball games on
Sunday next, and thero Is Indeed a
tieat In stoie for Die fans of Mono
lulu. The -program Is n double
header, and the very mention of It
makes a man wish that he could ar
ruiige It so that thero would bo n
no-score game by all the teams. Tho
Diamond Heads mid J. A. Cs. will
piny tho second game of their sc
ries, utid n rattling good tiibslo It
should be, loo. Then llarrj's Ilcauth
will havo another go at tho New
Oilcans lads, mid, say, that Is going
lo bo about tho must exciting game
ever plajcd In Honolulu. ,
It was at llrsl suggested that the
games should bo plajcd at tho Ath
letic Turk, but later on it was, seen
that tho city grounds wrro In n bud
condition and that .baseball would
bo. Impossible down .lliere Then, ;is
tho games were attracting such n
lot of attention, It was decided to
pluy them both at Iho league
Tho regular Athletic Park tans'
will surely take a ti$, out to tho
league grounds ,on Sunday, and as
nil' the sailors from tho warship and
must of tho fans of the city will bImi
be present, thero sure will bo a huge
llclntz, tho regular pitcher for
tho New Orleans, will bo on deck,
and he should hold tho job down
better than Walker did last Sunday.
And that will bo going some, for
sure; Walker did lino work up till
the end of the seventh Inning, aim
the run ll.ut wns scored prior to
that time wus not his fault at all.
It was In tho eighth that tho Utiaids,
by timely bunching of their hits and
soma wild throwing on tho part nt
tho sailors, made tho four runs that
cinched the victory.
Sergeant Hurry swears, that hla
team can win again on Sunday, but
with the new pltchcc In the' box for
Iho sailors, it is no dead uro thing.
There are a lot of people who are
going to wager a now hat or two
that the lleuutj r.et theirs Rood and
hard on Rj:ida.
The lineup of tho Ouards will be
tho sumo as last Sunday, and n
strong combination It Is, too. It Is
doubtful If any other team In Hono
lulu could beat the licauts. That Is
u largo order, but It Is pretty cor
rect. The first game will bo the J. A.
C.-Dlamond Head ono, and It will
start nt 1:31) o'clock. The second
gumo will' be that betweon the First
Hospital Co. (Harry's Ucauts) and
the New Orleans. It will begin at
3 o'clock, Tho Heuuts will turn out
In their now uniforms, which have
arrived from New York, and they
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(lie first game of the roller polo so
rlcs was played, and resulted In n
win for tho Mariiics, who defeated
thu Fort Shatters by a score of "
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fallen, and coiiieijuently tho play
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The Fort Shatter lads wcro play
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Matched to Fight Mecghan.
Dick Cullen, the woll-known light
weight, dropped a letter to the
fl ii 1 1 o 1 1 n by the lluer Marama,
and lu tho tcreed tho popular boxer
stales that although defeated by
Thorn, he had been matched to light
llughle Mecghan for tho lightweight
championship of Australia, Tho
lightweights scale 111) pounds down
under, and Cullen expects to be
much stronger nt that weight than
ho was when ho met Thorn.
Dick will lj tuklug a trip homo
lo tha Htntes after hla go with Mco
ghan, ii ml hn saH that he would
like to stop over In Honolulu for n
while and try and get a mulch here
It Is some time Mtico wo had n
good boxing match In this city, and
it would appear to bo a good oppai
tunlty to nriange one between some
lightweight and Cullen, when lie
arrives lu this city,
Cullen Is evidently lu love with
Honolulu, and ho ulso likes thn
sports of the city. lie sends lill
best regards to all tho boys, and
hopes that ever) body Is doing well
and feeling good,
a a tt
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