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how McCarthy was
killed by moran
Just how McCarthy was killed In
a prizefight with Owon Moinn is ox-
plained In tho following story from
the Cull: I
,Just 30 seconds after tho opening
of tho sixteenth round Mornn land-
Ail r mlivltt. nimrlmtiil Iff tit I n Ktn.
n,n,.". , Th. ; in i f.i
Cnrthys Jnw, Tho gnmo llttlo fcl-
Iqw struck, tho floor with n heavy
thud. Ho landed falrlj on his head,
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McCarthy moled his head nbout n with his seconds nnd tho four phy
foot nnd, closing his ejes, settled slclnns working desperately lo re
hack, vjstoro ciiiisi loudness.
When tho llttlo fellow failed tr t I(iuM not huvo been tho blow
rise, his seconds, "Spider" Kelly nmvtlint knockod him unconscious," sal I
his two brothors, Wllllo nnd Johnny) Mornn, "fdr I huvo often lilt men
rushed to tho Injured boy's side harder nnd they enmo nrouiid nil
They crirrled him to his corner and right. 11 Is an nwful thing. I
tried to bring him to bj rubbing hit cint tell jou how badly I frol. I
hands nnd nppljlng brand) to hU would not have It happen for all the
lips. Hut Tommy wns too far Bono mono) In tho worl.U 1 was la)lng -"" """w " " "" ,D "' .B
to respond to this treatment. Ills ror ,hls XOry punch, and when I saw J"d' '7"'' ,'?,rJ 'V hi r It .whir
sriiir 0,,c" nml hta brcaiYv,mmu,;,tcomi ' -i "';" rc r lt y eth1 z":
camo In gisps. it ,,is tho uuan mous crdlct or ,. ..' ....,'(, ,. ,, .,
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wnlk acroni the Vlng, much less Mitnithy was loo joung nnd too In. .. . '
light." said Spider Kelly, his chief experienced for tho Masoned ring 0 Pr e toUiariej. -second.
"1 did no rea lio this untl rlor from Kngland. Onco Mora.. ,, h ( j0(j ,
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blow, but the Impact ot Tomm'Mnlwn)s dniigerous
head against the mat which rondor-
ed him unconscious. It's u tarrlhl3
thing, but Tommy Is a strong )oung
fellow mid I bollovo that ho will,
"I thought thnt my boy wns prop
erly trnlncd nnd In condition to fight
tho right of his life," said John Mc
Carthy, fnthcr of tho Injured fight
or. "Ho was strong and ho did not
ovon ibrentho heavy whon Moran bell, linwotcr, Interfered each time,
struck him thnt punch which knock-l l'or tho first 10 rounds tho fight,
od him out. Tho boy was novor sickling was very mild, though there was
nnd ho. hos taken many other hard-1 plenty of action in tho way of feint
er punches than tho one which Ing nnd Bparrlng. lloth men scorn
knocked him out. I can not under-'"! " bo feeling each other out, ant
stnnd It, unless It wnB cnused whon nve lu tho firth round, whon Mc
hls b.cnd hit tho floor." Carlh) staggered Mornn with a left
Up to tho tlmo thnt ho wns knock-' hook to tho Jaw, nollher could land
ed out, McCarthy wns fighting n good a punch thnt might hnvo been tcrm
flght. Ho wns apparently n bit out led n damaging one.
clnssed by tho clever Hrltlsher, but1 After McCarthy had rushed him
at thnt ho milled often and It look-to tho ropes nnd apparently gained
ed to the malorltv of tho spectators, a commanding lead, In tho ninth.
h.t ho had an even chance of win-
nlng tho battle. Ills punches seem-
ed to have more steam behind thorn
limit those delivered by Mornn.
When tho men entered tho ring
hath of them looked to be In perfect
phjslcal condition. McCarthy tow
ered over his pudgy little opponont,
and he had It on him some soven or
eight pourids In tho weight. Until
he ferolved the knockout punch on
tho Jaw, McCarthy wns never stag
gered by Mornn, who contentod him-
eel( mostly with light loft Jabs to
Moran waB a strong 10 to 8 fa
vorite In the betting, and thora Is n
story going the rounds that ho hold
back until the sixteenth, for tho rea
son that tho wise ones had formod
It pool uud bet u lot of money thnt
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McCirlh) ould last 15 rounds. This
could not bo officially verified Inst
night, but It Is known tint many
heavy betB wiro nindo on 15 roiui'Jt.
Mourn apparently was n much
surprised as tho majority of the
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not regain consciousness. UU smllo
of victory wns soon replaced by n
carcuorn. wcVtrlckon opinion
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Tho f.gl.t, though n fast one, was
far from being spectacular or exclt-
lug. Neither man
heavy blows until
knocked out. In tho fifth nnd thir
teenth rounds McCarthy caught Mo
ran off his balunco with hard loft
hnnded hooks, and It looked ns
though ho had u chance to win by n
knockout on both occasions. Tho
the English lighter camo back In iho -
next round nnd showed nil his clnss'"
nnd ring experience. Ho felt his
jonng opponent cut nnd Jabbed him
tlmo and tlmo pgaln with his toft
nnd then camo lmik and crossed him
to tha head with his right. None
ot tho blows, how over, curried much
The olovenlh wng another for Mo.
rnn. For tho first two minutes nnd
n half in this round ho did almost
as ho pleased with tho Ip'nl lad,
Illght at the finish McCarthy boro
In nnd rushed Mornn lurd ngnlpst
tho ropes. Tho .tide seemed to be
flowing In his
favor (hot. nnd his
admirers were, cheering him on whon
tho boll brought, the rally to a sud
Tha twelfth wnH all In favor of
, ""t ?
Mornn. Ho he-Ran by pecking nwny
iik usual at his man nnd thou land
ing hla left lo tlio henit and follow
ing up with rights to tho head nnd
bod. McCarthy apparently was
wcnkci Iiir nnd backing up, but at
Hint, ho did not Bhow nny elgns ot
being In u bad wny. Ho wa gamo
all tha time nnd kept lighting back
nx bent he could,
Tho thirteenth ns nil In favor of
Mornn up to tho Inst lmlf mlnuto,
when McCarthy rushed In nnd rain-
cd blows on tho Britisher's head mid
body. Just before tho boll, tho local
lad hooked the llrltlshcr on tho Jaw.
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'-''punH,'. 'tVSS: behind "ho
punch was not sufficient, however,
ninl Mornn enmo up smiling.
Mornn wns sotnewhnt cnrcless In
that round nnd ho slowed up some
what In tho fourteenth round and
then camo agnln In the fifteenth In
mi aggressive wnj that tired Mc
Carthy nnd sent him to his corner
In had condition and completely
Terry Mh.iM .kih. .h-ort nRht
"b mv j..si ftor ti.n second
round had started. .MuslnlnnwuH
I taken lo 1.1b corner It totk some llt
tlo time to rovlvo him. Davis wns
considerably heavier hnn Mustalne,
tleorgo Peterson wg glvon n six-
round decision In tho nrellmlnnry
over Penny Ilowers, bul the victory
did not reflect nny glory on tho win
ner. Peterson showed a yellow
streak as wldo ns Mnrket street nnd
was roundly hissed nl tho close.
With tho udvnntngo In weight.
height and reach, Pottrson should
havo knocked his man out, hut ho
Peterson has evidently kept
tho ring tactics that made him
unpopular In Honolulu.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Took On won out In his match
with Webster yesterday afternoon on
tho Y. M. C. A. handball court, nnd
the scoro for two games wns 21-1 6
' " -" e "no J WcVsVor
"...," aI ' "Tj. l
will play St. John. Bach mau has
to meet ovorybody else In the tour
This afternoon on the i Punahou
field, tho Grammar School series
will bo continued, and tho Training
s. Central game will be playsd. On
tho Hoys,' Held, the Rojals will go
up against tho Kalulanls.
Many tennis men nre getting Into
form for the annual championship
tournament, and some good matches
should be seen.
Tho cricket season will open ns
soon ns the funeral ot King Kdward
lH a matter of tho pastt
The Two Jacks"
a a u tt w u ij a us k n n a a u
a COMING CVCNT3. a
a Secretaries and managers of it
it athletic clubs nro Invited to send a
it in tho dates of nny ovents'whlchjM
a they may bo getting lin, "or;lnU
a scrtlon under the nbovo head, R
it Address nil communications'" lo a
a tho Sporting Kdltor, Bullet In. a
ii Daiebill. ' tl
a mii.itauy u:aoui: a
a N. O. II. a. Port linger; Port a
a Shaffer s. Hospital Co. tt
a May IS Marines vs. Cavalry. ti
a PLANTATION" I.HAlltlK JJ
it May 15 Walpahu s. Ia; Wub it
it ulua vs. Alca. it
it July International (lames. it
it Oahu League. a
tt ' ATHLETIC PAItK. a
a May 15 P. A. C. s. U. 8. M. C: a
a c. a. c vhc j. a. c. a
a School League. a
a Mny 11 Punahous vs. St. Lxiuls. it
a Grammar Schools. tt
ii Mny 10 Training vs. Central; it
a ltoyal vs. Kalulanl. it
a Skating Marathon. it
a May 30 Princess Itlnk. ti
ii Golf. a
a COUNTIIY CI.UI1. tt
it May 31 IJogey Tournament. a
a Juno 11 Four Doll Tournament, it
a Honolulu cluii. a
a Mny 31 Mntch Pin). tt
it Juno 10 Foursomq. ii
a Cricket. it
ii May 21 Opening nf season. it
a Tennis. it
a Mny 11 Wall Cup. (Finals ) it
it Mny 18 Annual championship, it
a Juno 11 Progressiva Tournt-
it ment. it
a Yachting. it
tt May IB Cooper Cup it
a Juno 5 Maefnrlano Cup. ti
a July B Sea Wren Itsco. ''it
it Trap Shooting. tt
a May 11 Weekly Cup. it
ii May 22 All Hay Shout. H
a Horte Racing. a
tt WA1LIIKU. a
a July 4 Inter-Island meet. it
a TriniPsclflo Yacht Race. ii
it July 9-Start Iro.u San Pedro. it
a World's Championship Fight, it
a July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack V
a Johnson. a
a Polo. a
a August Inter Island Tournament, ii
a a a a a tt a a a a tt a a it a a a
HEW WEEKLY CiiC TO
Hawaiian Gun Club Will Start Shoot
Tomorrow Harvey in Qreat
Tomorrow nfteruoun nt the Kakn-
ako traps a now wcckl) cup Bhoot
will bo stnrtcd, and If It proves tu
bo as long drawn out nnd exciting
ns tho ono that was won by llarvoy
last week, there Is snmo Joy coming
for Iho gunners of this city.
" All members tt tho club arc ell-
glblo for tho .boot, and the handi
cap will bo tho snmo as usual. Ten
birds will be shot at at tho Leggett
trap, and ten at tho known angles.
Tho gunners nro nil onto tho Leg
get now, nnd somo good shooting Is
nlways dono ocr It.
Harvey Is shooting in gront form
nnd ho will to close to establishing
n ro-ord f r this season. His work
mi far has been remarkably good, al
though ho was III for a part ot tho
Great preparations nro being mnde
(or tho nll-dny shoot at tho club
whlcn Is scheduled for May 22. Tho
full program has already bcon pub
llihcd in thn ilul lotln, and n
most Interesting lot of events have
been arranged for. Tho novelty
shoots, such as shooting from chairs,
etc., will attract attention, nnd then
thcro Is a consolation event for
ever) body who has failed to win n
prlzo In the regular program.
a a a
Austin White won out In the gnlt
tournament nt tho Honolulu club
links his score wns 84 and C. E.
Edmunds got Into second place with
89, White and (till were tho scratcu
pla)ors, ami OKI scorod 91,
Entries for thn match ptayaof tho
Honolulu dolt Club will cIokb on
May 31, and U. O. Hall & Bon have
tho entry book at their business
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