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SI?6BP RAW Sffl" tt Opening ofjeason. J 1 Qf thCW
"WILD SWAN" STRONG
. ON RUNNING
MC C0LL0UGH DEFEATS WAHILANI IN THIRTEEN ROUNDS SAR
CONI TAKES SIMMONS' MEASURE H0A0 IS TOO GOOD FOR
)Vnhllnnl. the native" boxer, ill-.wii8 gone tlirnugli, till at last nvery
Kunteil am) Ultapiioliiloil his many.lioily wan dlngiiKtril. und n Wahllmil
(ollowrra mi Saturday night. lie
was lieu I el: In thirteen niunda by
Inintnan" McCollOugh, but Ills ile-i
fe'ut alone would not have made tho
fans bllter. It wns the Juck Jolm-I
foil stylo ot' fighting (hut made tho
aiiectntors Kore. Right from the start'
of the content the Hawaiian was con,
tlnually making fares and dlsgUBtlng
ilgnu nt IiIh opponent. He relleu
upon his running abilities to keep
him clear of McCollough, and tlnio
after time he ran aioiiud the rim
with the grim "Honolulu Nelson"
And yet the fight wag an Interest
ing diih, and If a decision hud been
given at the end of tne seventh round
Wahlianl would have won on polnfi:.
rhe native seemed able to land on
tho soldier any tlnie'he. liked, but the
Ironninn simply bored In and .tried
to land one good punch thai would
emr the Tight.
McCollough can stand punishment
and has. Improved a. lot nt the boxiug.
game, nut for c:evornes tne native
has him beaten. However, Mac land
ed one In the eighth round that cut
Wahllanl'B eye, and after that the
native had 'a wbolesome respect for
the soldier h right. ,
.me after time M:Collough tried
for an uppercut that would end the
matter, If landed, but the Hawaiian
would t,ec the blow coming 'nm! get
clear. Then the old merry-go-round
would start up again, with Wahlianl
some yards In the lead, and the grim
ooklng soldier sprinting after him.
Wahllanl'B showing Is hard tb ex
plain, as right from the start he be
gan his monkey buslneng and dropped
to his knees as If Beared In nearly
every 'round. Then he would Jump
In and lund rights jind-' lefts on' tho
soldier as he willed. The general
Impression was that Wahlianl was
stalling In the first part of Jtho con
test, and yet he had a lead on McCol
lough. In' fuct, at the sixth round
the Soldier did not look too good, and
many people thought the go would
end beforo the tenth lound In the na
However, Mac stuck to his guns,
and. the native, acting as hu never
did before In the local ring, ran away
at the ullghtest provocation.
The end was a strange one, too, as
no 'blows to tho Jaw or solar plexus
dd the work. Wahlianl would run
away and then, with the slightest
tap, go to h)s knees and remain there
for the count of nine. Upon leaving
the floor-he would crouch double and
Mcdaltaijgli would hit htm time after
time oh the back ot the neck, for all
the world as It he were trying to
chop oft a chicken's head. Wahl
ianl would stand several hits, and
(hen roll over on the floor for another
Time after time this performance
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KoteXnfmv JpvUi "The Twof aTdoks"
BT Vi I. STEVENSON. .
waiitqd to (iill, Itt-ferre Dick Sulll-l
van awarded the light to McCoIIuurIi,
leaving the native lying on tho floor
r.ico dowuwnrdti. I
The light wuh goud enough and'
exciting. Nobody knew what wax
Rolng to happen, und Wahlluul wan
liable at an)'' moment to land u punch
that Wou Id gather In the money.
SUM, the Hawaiian's conduct was a
junto to everybody, und he lost
many friends on Saturday night, It
,uny have been that he felt that he
-Oiilil not go to face llfleen rounds
-.ml tried to avoid mixing things as
.nuch ns po.-uilh.te, or be may have
bought that McCollough would tlroi
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M Collcugh's Mends were legion. I
jnd he got a greni reception when
the light was awarded him. The sol
diers were delighted, of vourse, und
they cheered the Kort Shatter man
to tho echo, V
niCHAHDS VS. IIOAO.
The opening bout ot (he evening
was scheduled as a four-iound go be--.twoeu
l.lmoj' Itl.'bards and Sunny"
Jim lluon. As a matter of fact, the
bout lasted one and a half rounds,
and poor I.lincy nearly hud
"block" knocked off.
It was tt nerce'eontest from the tapV.d Throw 'and to lose" his ten! Ur.
tht. rrntlir mt.l llnnn tlirmt' In
of the gong, ai;J Hoao threw In
rights and lefts on lllchards that
auguied badly for the soldier's
chances. Tho first round found
Limey In a bad way, and the second
spasm had no sooner opened than It
was seen that Hoao hail lllchards nt
his mercy.. And thi-re was nut much
of that handed out tu Mmey; Hoao
went nt hla man like u tiger, mid
after several wallops that staggcre
Limey, u light to the Jaw sent him
to the floor with a crash that made
people think that ho had fracture,,
his skull. It was then curtains for. '
Itlchards. who was quickly carried off Darncy Joy m nrgnt urnplre
to his diesslng room, whore he soon although his allowing John Lo a base
rccovetcd. for being hit on tho hand r!cd pitch-
Hoao Is u new hand at the. boxing or Hlnes a lot,
game and has picked up a lot oil
wrinkles while boxiug with Wahl- "Young Cans" challcnj Sarconl
Innl In training quarters. He shapes atler the bout with Simmons wis
im und hits like Wnhllun'l and he Is ovcr- ond ,ha 0aKer at onco accepted
up und hits lino wniilluni mid he is he o Thc mcn nrfl (Q h 1JS
a promising youngster who should poun(lB rngslde.
Improve ix lot. 1
SIMMON'S VS. SAUCONI. Dcionte did well considering that It
The second preliminary was a six- was his first appearance, jn a 'blK
round bout' supplied by Simmons oi name. He, however, will have to Im-
the Thetis and "llugler" Sarconl of P""0 lot " 'De PorLUUe.,VB8"1 '"
... i to havo any chance against the J. A.
Ca""' Ve"- Cs. at least.
Sarconl appeared to be at least ten
or twelve pounds heavlernan 81m-1 TnPro wng an intorestlilfS game of
mons and was much the huskier of ball down at Walpahu when, tho Plan-
the two. 'The "llugler" did not exert tatlon League got started. The Alea
himself n the first three rounds, and boys handed tho Walpahns a bunch
Managor McKudden told him to get J h,8 'une of 5 to 4 and treat was
n mow. mi Thlnirs then hrlchtened tne ioV ot ,he wlnnln8 team' tans,
a move on. Th ngs then brightened Th(j Bame at Ewa betwoe ,he bomo
up n lot, nnd although the smaller(tenm nnd ,ne Woa1ua boya resulted
man put up a game battle, he was (n a win for Ewa.
outclassed by Sarconl.
At the end of the fourth round
Simmons' seconds Bkled the towel In
token of defeat, nnd Mhe contest
Simmons Is a Ultle ball -of muscle
nnd be has n nice left. He) however,
bus no show against Sarconl, and tne
men In his lorner were sensible In
getting their man out of the ring
when they did.
Theie was a big crowd at the Prin
cess Itlnk, and everything went oft
without a hitch. Jack McFadden Is
to be congratulated on the show he
put up. All turee contests were welt
worth seeing, nnd It would seem as It
the time Is ripe fur a big fight be
tween the higher-ups of the flstlc
McKadden refereed the two prelim
Inarles, und be certainly saw to It
that the men fought It out with a
vengeance. As long as Jonathan can
put on shows like he did on Saturday
night, there will always be a good
audience present at the ringside,
Blck Culien will be coming along
In the uext Canadian steamer, and It
would eem to be a good Ideu to get
borne lightweight from the Coast to
meet him In the squared circle here.
Culleii has not had the best of
lHck lri Australia. a...iough
very well liked Tiy the sporting com-
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DOTS AND DASHES.
MakTn Was the flrr"rn(ih"Tirailvanco
on a passed ball. . ,
Aknna madn the first tilt of the sea-!
son and It was a two-bagger.
En Sue was 'the first man to make a
sacrifice hit In yesterday's gamo.
I Iflnan umh II. n Ma.. . 1 !.
Hong Chack was the first man to
get out this season at, tho Athletic
En Sue was tho first man to steal
a base In this season's play at tho Ath
ivivn Ki-t'llieu 111 uo ll HI easi ail"",r'- "" w i-um uiivku uuy wum
second and two errors be made let 'In .!' form and he hold tho Portu-
Teves teemed to bo III at east at
three men home for the J, A. Cs,
Aknna scored the first run of the
fnel " n8"',' .'"fJi 15 S. TO ,00'
Yesterday afternoon the Oahu
I.caguo got started on Its second
scries end some twenty-five hundred
delighted fans crowded tho Athletic
Park grandstand nnd bleachers. Pro
ceedings opened nt tho corner of Kort
and King street wlmro tho four teams
and all tho officials of tho Lcaguo met
nt 1 o'clock. A start was made nhorh
ly afterwards, and the parndo headed
by the band marched down to the
Athletic Park. The first ball of the
Reason was pitched by Charles Hub.
tace, and Senator Qulnn handled tho
Tho grounds look well and several
Improvements were notlceahlo; thu
press box Is now situated In the grand
stand and, If It were really nvallahlo
for reporters, instead of being crowd
ed with alleged newspaper men who
never take a note of the doings on
the diamond, everything would be sat
isfactory, A blackboard on which tho names
of the players are written la a good
Innovation and helps the spectators to
get acquainted with tho new men who
are playing the game this soason.
The Portuguese band was on doelc
and played somo good selections din
ing the afternoon. Harney Joy um
pired both games and his decisions
were good. W. Uapoia, the new
league scorer, was at his post for.thn
first tlmo and he Is the right man for
Judging from yesterday's play the
J. A. C.s nro Just as strong as last
year and they should win nut again.
It la early In the season to make such
a statement, but there Is no denying
tho fact that they play much better
ball than the rest of tho bunch.
The advent of tho Portuguese team
wns looked forward to with Interest
by' all the fans, and considering what
they were up against,, and tho fact
that It wns their first appearance, tho
P. A. C.s did well. Still It Is a good
thing for them that they got Louis
suarea jor caicner, and 11 they cou.d
only -get' a good pitcher they might tfo
someltilngln the league.
'-"The O. A. Cs. nlaved eool 1V111
I bail, and they had no difficulty hi
handing' the Marines a package to tho
nine 01 io 2. Tne hair-wets went
up In the nlr In tho seventh, and Ihn
u. a. Us. scored no less than four
runs. Prior to that the score 'stood at
2 to 0 111 favor or tho Chinese Athlet
ics, and the Murines seemed to havo a
chance of winning after nil. -Tho" C.
A. Cs. mai'o ono more run In their
iimn auu men mo aiarinea managed
to get two men home In .the second
halt of the ninth, and the gamo endod
with the C. A. Cs. as victors.
The second same, between the J. A.
Cs. and the P. A, Cs,wjia an oasy snap
for last year'B champions,, and' tho
score of 7 to 0 tells the story. Es
plnda and Drltto formed the battery
for the f. A. Cs. and thor did good
work. Tho St. Louis College boy wns
gurre down In great style.
The J. A. Cs, started In scoring first
rattle out of tho box. and in their first
Inning made threo runB. Thon theru
was nothing doing for three innlrigs
by either tenm, but In tho fifth the J,
A. Cs. again got a run-getting streak
on. -and piled up four runs In quick
The Japanese Athletics wero too
strong for the Portuguese, and that Is
all there Is to tho matter. A slight
shower ot rain drove some of the fans
from the bleachers before tho gamo
ended, but most peoplo stayed with it
to tho finish. The official scores oro
C. A. C.
1 2 3 4 S
nuns 1 0 0 0 1
U. It 1 0 10 2
U. 8. M. C,
. 1 2 3 4 G
Runs 2 0 0 0 0
B. II 0 112 1
Summary. Two-baso hits,
Blorp; sacrifice hits. En Sue
fly, J. Lo; left on bases, C, A, C. 7,
Marines iz; nrst uaw on errors, u. A.
C. fl. Marines 3; hit by pitcher. J. Lo;
struck out, by Hlnos 7: Apau 7; bases
on called balls! Oft Hlnes 2, Apau 1;
wild pitch, Hlnes 1; passed ball, Ah
Toon. Umpire. Barney Joy. Tlmo of
gamo, 1 hour, 35 mluutcs.
P. A. C.
nuns 0 0
B. II .....1 0
5 0 7
0 0 0
1 1 0
5 6 7
4 0 0
1 2 0
nuns 3 0
B. II. .. 0 0
Summary. Two-base hits, Duiionte,
Brlto; Sacrifice fly, Akana; loft on
bases: P. A. C 6. J A. C, 3; first
baso on errors) P. A. C. 4. J. A. C. 5:
hit by pitcher, Walker; struck out by
'Esplnda ,5, by Dcponte 4; bases on
I called balls, oft Bsplnda 2, Dcponte 3;
, wild pitch, Deponto 2, Umplro, Bar
Iney Joy, Tlmo of game, 1 hour, 15
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Oah'u Junior Iaguo will hold
tneetings on tho first Tuesday In each
month. J, K, Notley Is vlcepresldcnt
of the League, and a commltteo con
sisting ot a representative from eacli
club was appointed to look after at
(ar. ' The standing of the Oahu Leaguu
teams Is as follows: C. A. C, 1.000;
J. A. C, 1.000; U, 8. M. C, .000; P. A.
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