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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1910.
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MA1NLANDER DEFEATS NELSON WITH EASE END COMES IN TIIE
.FIFTH ROUND "SUNNY" JIM" TOO GOOD FOR TERRIEN
SARCONI BEATEN BY YOUNG CANS.
Over ono thousand people sat and
stood around the squared circle nt
Alohn Pork on Saturdny night. The
occasion was Jack McFhdden's boxing
carnival, and tho three bouts that
were contested were enjoyable from
a spectator's point of view. Tho main
contest', of the evening, tliat between
I'at Cornyn and liana Nelson, was very
one slder, butttho two preliminaries
were well fought out.
Tho followers -of lhe.""Ba'nie rolled
up In great style, and nround the ring
were to"ue seen many well known peo
ple. Prominent lawyers, doctors, pro
hlbltlonlsttfj.niid "ftntls," snt sldo by
side, and the'' Subject of1 talk every
where was tho Nelson'-Crfrnyn light.
Thcro was ono familiar face missing
and that was Prank Thompson, who
nt present Is nursing severe broken
ribs. Colonel Parker and a party of
six' were ring sldcrs and Held Ilnch
ley, looking pert after his trip was an
The Aloha (fine namo for a homo
for rtoush) has been turned Into n
miniature stadium and from behind
the ring side seats, the "bleachers"
rise up all around. Tho arrangements
were perfect, and the whole Bhow
went with a swing.
Jack McFadden refereed tho two
preliminaries and made good. Oarey
Twoomey was time keeper and he was
O, K. The genial Oarey was In his
element at the ring side and had many
sage remarks to mako about farmer
battles that have been pulled off In
The main event of the evening was
refereed by Jimmy Fose and he did
well. The. evergreen Paddy Hyan was
aj Jhe ring side and enjoyed every
moment of the scrapping. Paddy
wouldn't miss a fight for anything,
but nothing could coax him Into tho
ring again as third man. It was, n
very annoyed man who rang up to
tho II II 1 1 o 1 1 n office on Saturday, and
kicked about the morning paper stnt
Ing that lie, would referee the fight.
No rnore of that game for Paddy Hy
an. The usual crowd of freo gazers who
used to' cilnib on top of fences and
houses In order to sec the show for
nothing, wcro not on hand. Precaution
had been taken to stop the free Heat
ers soelng anything.
Sareonl vs. Young Cans. '
The show opened with what wns
schodulcd to bo a four round contest
between Bugler Sareonl, and Young
Clans of Honolulu. The contest went
tho full four rbunds, and the decision
was given to Clans, who forced the
fighting from tho first lap of tho gong
till the finish. Cans Is n clover llttlo
boxer and he, showed up well against
his henvy opponent.
Sareonl did his best work In tho
second round, and ono wallop that ho
landed on Clans sent tho youngster
back at least night feet, lliit dans
was game, and ho quickly, got In soma
upper cuts that made Sarconl's claret
flow, and made a pained expression
appear on tho Bugler's face.
In tho fourth round Sareonl smoth
ered up & lot for tho first minute, but
then started In to lead with hopo of
at least getting a draw. Clans, how
ever, had tho fight on points, and tho
decision was a good one,
Jim Hoao vs. Tcrrlen.
This bout was supposed to be n six
fight between "Limey" Illchnrds and
Hoao. Tcrrlen Is not unlike Limey
and although he was game enough for
anything, tho Hawaiian was too solid
a puncher, and had the man from tho
Kuglneor's camp glnggy and almost
"all In" In the second round.
Poor Tim went down for five sec
onds In tho Bccond round he scorn
ed resting till nlno could be counted
and shortly afterwards the gong
gave him n much needed respite of
The end came In tho third round,
when "Sunny Jim" taught Tim all
over the riifg and hacked him till he
went, down for the fatal ten seconds.
Tcrrlen, at tho start, got In a couple
of good punches, but he was outclass
ed by Hoao. Wnhllnnl and Bill Hut.
hul seconded Hoao and 'l.tmey Rlcli
nrds nnd n soldier did' like duty for
Pat. Cornyn vs. Hans Nelion.
The main event started nt half past
nine o'clock, and seventeen minutes
and ten seconds nfterwnrds, Nelson
was down nnd defeated by a man who
Is his master in every branch of the
ring gime. The Marine had absolute
ly no chanco against Cornyn. and his
finish might have come at any stnge of
the fight from the first round on,
The only thing that can be said of
Nel?on Is that he. In his own way
tried his level beat, but had about as
much chanco of beating Pat ns he
would havo of taking the scalp of
Cornyn was merciful and. beyond
"starting Nelson's riby taps, did not
hurt his man much Nelson would
start off each round like, a whirlwind,
nnd his, arms would fly nil over
Cornyn, who blocked ami side stepped
beautifully, "After n couple 'of rounds
had been fought. Nelson took to cov
ering his face and holding his head
downwards, Pat then made everybody
laugh by smacking the Marine on
the neck and back.
It was seen from the start that
although Nelson wns gime enough, he
had no possible hopo against Cornyn.
It was the oldistory of the rnnk ama
teur, up against tho skilled profes
Tho end enmo In the fifth round
when, seventy seconds nfter tho gmg
went, Pat presred tils right (1st Into
Nelson's dinner department, and the
big fellow curled up In pain, Nelron
was taken to his corner, where he
kept rubbing that part of his anatomy
which had been thumped.
Cornyn Is very like Dick Sullvan
In his boxing, and It would be inter
esting to see him up against a man
of his own caliber. A man mny be
brought from tho Coast to box Pat.
and such n show would draw a big
crowd for siiro.
H it a
DOTS AND DASHES.
SURF-RIDERS DID SOME
Austin Whtto and Mannle Phillips
bent James Fonwlck nnd E. 0. White
In the finals of the golf tournament
nt the Country Club on Saturday.
Tho Waseda team will go up
agalnBt an all Oahu league nine for
their opening game, and the Btruggle
should be a good one.
j There was a practice gume of polo
I Msiitn.1 AMitoat lint when tlin third
r 1 . If.. ....I .. .... C.ii.itnw nfla.nnAn
spasm wob half way through, Tim " ""' " ""' ""
Terrlen was down and out. . awl seven players turned up nt the
The bout was something like tho 'beautiful field.
Canoes and Boats of All Sort Took
Part in Performance Vaude
ville Was" Excellent.
There', :wcre-.threo things demon
strated rit thqiOutrlgger carnival on
Friday nt Wnlklkl; first that n girl
can learn to ride the surf board as
well ns uny boy; second thnt u mall
hlnl of less than n year's residence In
Hnwnll can take honors In surfing
from bur home experts, nndjthlnl that
the amateur canrw pnddlers have come
Miss Josophlne Pratt won the Clark
cup, not hands down, for only the
boys stood on their heads .on the
boards In the surf Saturdny, and then
too. Miss Cnroll Ixw did not let Miss
Pratt win too easily. The splendid
generosity of these two girls In go
Ing out into the surf to pioneer the
wuy for other Honolulu girls to 'fol
low and gain health and strength,
was appreciated by the club. Next
I'egntta dny there will be many more
girls to contest for the beautiful tro
phy Frank Clark left behind him.
Home splendid stunts wero done
In the surf by both Wnlklkl boys nnd
the Mnllhlnls. S. T. Short, who u
year ugo hud never seen a surfboard,
won the Clurk cup for the best boy
surfer. He came In standing on his
board from the big wave far-out -at
sea almost to the beach, standing per
fectly erect on his board, Will Ev
ans followed him closely und only
dropped behind the wave a second or
two before Short lost his.
Hereafter there will be no more
talk by those who consider them
selves native champions of the board
that they don't care to surf with
"kids" and mulUjilnls. '
Tho Outrigger Club has changed
conditions at Wnlklkl nnd the world
Is beginning to learn thnt tourists
who visit these Islands may soon be
come expert surfboard manipulators.
It means much to Honolulu that n
newcomer won the Clurk cup for
Tho cauoo races of the afternoon
demonstrated that the Outrigger 'Club
cun now put a half a hundred ama
teur paddlors in the boats at ono lime
if necessary. There ' wns a" rush of
men nnd youngsters to mnko up tho
six-paddlo crews six canoes might
have been entered instend of three,
There wns real enthusiasm and
friendly rivalry nil nfternoon and un
eagerness frpm all hands' to challenge
each other for additional racing. The
now triangular course, starting at the
Outrigger beuch and going out to son,
then turning broadside to the waves
and returning, proved a tremendous
success.' For the first time at Wnlklkl
tho entire racing could be seen .from
tho beach and the enthusiasm In
creased from' start hv finish, More
over, tho vounKstera had to launch
their canoes, buck the waves .breast
them and ride before them, then
beach their conoes, nil In ono race,
and the experience will make many
good canoeists, nnd thnt Is what tho
Outrigger Club Is for.
Curtis. Hustiicn deserves nil pralso
from tha people of Honolulu for tho
splendidly generous manner In which
he placed himself In every breach ns
leader or trailer wherever he wns
needed. Hustaco Is the klndof am
ateur that keeps things going.
The evening entertainment nlsn
brought forth a surprise. Tho Mc
Hues sent their scenery ahead for the
Outrigger stage but could not them
selves reach Honolulu until the morn
ing nfter. Will Adams arranged nil
Impromptu program, with the assist
ance of tho tloynls, and It was us
good tiB uny given nt the regulnr the
aters in Honolulu, notwithstanding
tho fact that the tnlcnt wns almost
entirely local. Of course the Itoyals
made, tho big hit und everyone waited
until tho auto brought them up from
the Kmplro; then the big new dnneo
lanul wns vacated In n moment for
tho nmpltheuter before the stngo.
The Melnntto sisters made n big lilt
earlier In tho evening, m did Miss
Asplnwnll nnd tho wonderful little
Ceilters. Then thcro wns Marco nnd
a number of others on Mr. Adams'
list, including Knal and his nose llutc,
so thnt there was n show thnt even
the Mcltne's might have been proud
to give, nnd their stage manager set
th scenery nnd helped make tlie per
formance n success.
The new lanal over the lagoon, tho
permanent electric lighting, u large
amount of rustic furniture, the hnu
tree Innuls nnd much permnnent
building wns paid fur out of the prof
Its of tho dunce nnd chowder on
Friday night und still there Is some
thing left to curry on the good work'
of tho debtless Outrigger Club.
Hawaiian Opera House
Henry McRae Stock Co. I 'J
The Man on the Box
In Hcnrv McRac's elaborate nroduc-
tion of the funniest funny play that
was ever written. .' ; "'
MONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY
June 13, 14, IS
Watch for our production of
"FAUST" and "THE PIT"
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SI HOP'S SPOATS IDE
Three Good Events and Fine Base
ball Oame Kept Fans in Good
Sam Hop Is to bo congratulated on
tho sports meeting he put up oil Sat
urday artcrnoon nt the Athletic l'urk.
Tlio over green Samuel pulled tf a
program i.r three cvonts before' tho
baseball gume between tho Mil Hocks
and Asahls was played, and the .races
were much enjoyed by the big crowd
present. Senator C. F. Chllllnnwiirth
Acted tib Judgo and, nt the"closc of the
sports presented the prizes to the win
ncrs. Ilcn HolHnxer handled the
watch In great sham- and several oth.
er well known followers ofports net
ed as scorers nnd Inp takers.
Tlio nrst event wns tho threo miles
running race, nnd llto men faced tho
starter: Abe Kortnu was looked unan
ns a certainty for (he rnco and so It
turned out, as he led for all the way
and won with great ease from Ben
jamin with Godfrey third. Norton's
time for the first mllo was 5 mlns. 47
sees, nnd he wns then 100 yards
abend of Benjamin, who. In turn led
Clodfrcy by about sixty yards. Tho sec
ond mile Hit was passed In 12 mlns.
12 sees, nnd Norton had increased his
lead n lot. t'enjumln took 20 seconds
'ongor. und clodfrcy wns still twenty
seconds moid' behind Ucnjnmln.
The third mllo mark und finish wni
reached by Norton In 18 mlna, 47 sees,
and ho had. nearly overlapped Cod'
frey. Ilcnjamln finished In 19 mlns.
18 sees, ami Qodficy In 20 minutes
The three leg rnco was next on tho
progrum and after ono run hud been
declared no race owing to bundago
breaking, tho Asahl pair won a good
race from tho Chlncso representatives,
tlmo 69 seconds, for tho sixth of n
mile. Sam Hop wus one of tho sec
ond pair nnd ho got a great recep
tion. The grensy pig chaso was funny,
but the animal wns not largo enough
lo put up much of a run. After threo
attempts tho porker was captured for
tho last tlmo by Hen Keahu, who
bore tho prize off In triumph.
The afternoon wns finished off'wlh
n, baseball game In which tho Asahl
nlno defeated the Mil Hocks by n
scoro of 4 to 2. Tho spectators wcro
treated to n triple' in the lost inning
and tt was a pencil of a play. One
man on first, ono on second nnd Wong
at bat lilt a fly to Bhort stop who
threw to second and got his man;
tho sphere then was sent to first In
tlmo to get tha man there. '
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DOTS AND DASpS.
The twenty-tour hour go-as-you-
please resolved Itself Into a one-man
affair at the finish und Dal Fnhy wus
the only man to keep going He cov
ered 102 und n half miles and showed
great pluck. The hard track was
against the men, und all, the others
had to retire with nil Borts of plllklu.
The Btuudlug In tho Oahu League
at present Is as follows: J. A. C,
.714; P. A. C .67IS C. A. C, .429;
The standing of the Oahu Juniors
Is as follows: Asahl, 1.000; C. A. C.
Jr., .750; l'utnmu Jr.. .250; Mu Hock,
Tha two-umpire,. Mentis.-the- real
dope and It will save many n dispute
between the players.
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs
Bond .Of Her Own Compositions, at
St. Andrew's Parish
FRIDAY EVENINO, JUNE 17
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HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
SUNDAY, JUNK VI, 1910
U; S. MARINE CORPS vs. P. A. C.
J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
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OAHU LEAGUE AND ALL-HAWAII
Ssason Commencing July 3, 1010
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MINETTE RHODES Serio-Comlo
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