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LAST CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT
(Continued from Pae 1)
ami he was beaten In five rounds.
Six out of seven fights that John
son took nart In In 1903 went to
jtha now champion o( tlio world. Tlio
Rn with Sandy Kcrguson ended In
six rnunds, with m decision glxcu.
Jiiliiifon only took part In four
matches In 1901, and, oxceptlnR for
the go with lllnck Hill, won them
till, llln k Hill's engagement was
for six rounds, and no decision was
gltrn, Dm I us this e.ir Demcr 1-M
.Martin was knocked out by Jolmxon
In two rounds.
Tlio ncgrn was very busy In 190&
and ho fought twelve limes. He
won six matches, but lost to Mar
vin Hart In twenty rounds; lost on
a foul to Joe .lennnctte In two
rounds, mill foucht four Rlx.mtiiui
ii (In Irs that ended fii no decisions.
If ever there was ii man who stuck
to Johnson's trail, It vim Joe Jean
nelte, who met the negro seven
time In all.
Joo hud two bonis Willi Johnson
early In 1900, and no decision was
given In either go. Then a few
months later Johnson got the bet
tor of Joe In a fifteen round contest
It was shortly aflcr that, that John
win met Sam Langford for the first
time and bent him In a fifteen. round
Then Joo Jeannette again met
lack and managed to make n draw
of n nrieen-rnund engagement.
In 1907 Johiifaon blossomed out In
better company, nid ho nimlo n trip
o Aiislriilla. He knocked out 1'cter
Kellx In (bo first round, and tlfcn
won from Mill tjuig nf the end of
nine, rounds. Hub Kltislminons last
eil two rounds. Sailor IIurKn lx, Jim
Klvnn eleven, and Hen Tavlor eight
It was In 190X that Johuuan tin
fe.itcd Hiirns. as elsewhere rclaled.
ind now the negro Is to llsht Jef
'rles next month on the mainland
It Is hard to say where- and we
have Tommy Mums In our midst
-dy t eel Hill Lang at the Aloha
Honolulu Is Indeed In linn now as
regards sporting events, nod tlio peo
sec -the cxqhamploir of tlic World
Tommy Harm nud .luck Jiihnoon its they upiicirrd In rlns St 'Itiiilhruttrr's Hay, Sjdncj, on I)rciiulii?r 20,- 100H.
Tun, nud the chatiiji hit up n ouplc was nlwajs kind to lilm,-iiu.d on more iniulo a draw of his matches wl(b
c .Mo- than unu occiisl'lm hiiHUiuked u beat-JHitgo Kelly (twlto) nud Twin Hill
e drill en mnn's setoinlH to take hliu out-ofi llvau. A second match with tin
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more. Then ono moro ut III
ana .and the return trio to the
was made. Lunch with champ.igiio the ring iin.cl spare I'etcr tlio nn
was tho order there, and old Hob sat pIciKiint task uf delivering the coup
outside on his hack, and churklmt do grace.
at tho thought of tho money ho was It was Larry Holey, tho worlif fa
making. mous boxer nud teacher, vvllo
After lnneh another drlvn around .brought, I'ejcr Jackson to the foic,
town, was taken, and eventually 111"
party vvus taken to tho steamer.
''What's the dmnago?" Inquired Jncii
of Hob. "Oh, I'll leave It to sou,
Mr. Johnson,'' replied Hob.
''Wall, I'vo only got some sma
change with me," explained ' the
champion, ''bill, hero, I guci-s thai
Is enough," and shoving somo coins
Into Hob's hand, Johueon run up Uiu
Then Hob got busy, and seeing,
at a glance, that thcro wero only
about three dollars In real money,
lie started lifter Jink and began to
explain thnt the amount paid him
was not sufll-leiit. "That's all jou'II
get, anyhow," snug out Johiuon, and
Hob drove off feeling pretty mad.
Hutl later on, when ho found u Ca
nadian quarter among tho cujns that
Jack had given him, Hob's language
was worth six months' jail!
Johnson during his day's Btay In
Honolulu alluded to Hums ns "poor
tlc Tommy," and Mrs. Jack re
marked several times: "Now.dearln,
Mr, Hums did not hurt you at all,
There, was no great antipathy leu
toward JohnBon on account of his
being n negro, It was tho way he
Jeered and Biiccrcd at Hums, when
fighting him. that made people nolo
tho colored man.
Old I'etcr Jarkuon, who wno as
dark as the Inside of it cow on a
dark hIkIiI. was adored by a tro-
There is nothing i better in the
It has the pure dairy butter tlavor
and will keep well
W, F, JlEILBIvON, Proprietor PHONE 48
and to show how the old Irishman
Is slljl limn lulling. It may be said
that a few months ago Hill Lung,
tho Au.,trallaii champion heavy
weight, broke his hand over tho vet
Tommy Burns to Show Here.
Noah Ilrntu-o, or, as ho Is known
111 tho pugilistic world, "Tunini)
Hums," was born at llanovnr, Can
lulu, on June 17, tKfcl, and cunse
luently was twenty-nine years ot
nge on I'rlilay last.
Wien nineteen jcars of nge ho
fought Hrcd Thornton twl'o, niiil on
both occasions won by tbu knock-out
louto In five rounds.
Ill his twentieth year ho fought
five bouts, winning four by the
knockout punch, nud getting the de
cision In the fifth fight.
lu 1902 ho continued In his win
ulng vein, and won four matches In
succession before losing a go with
Mike Bchreck, It tool; ten rounds
lo nccount for Hums.
Then In 1903 ha heat ten men,
and- among them was Jack O'Don
lie!!, whom he had already defeated
tho j ear beforc. On the first occa
clon Hums won In eight rounds;
O'Donuell elood up for eleven rounds
nt the second meeting.
In 1901 IluriiH had ten flghtB and
ho n,lx of-them Ono defeat was
nt the. hands ot Jack O'Hrleu. Hums
drew with Mike 8:hrcck In n six
lound go, and Tony Caponl and Hilly
Woods also had that honor.
...,, .!,,- fnltnultir- nf niltnlrers Pa- Tim er 1 flDR was not a very BI1C
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tcr was n gentleman nt heart, unu resstul ono Tor Hums, as out or six
Instead of taunting it beaten foo, I fights ho only won two, although he
Twin resulted in Hums losing nftci
twenty loiiuds. I)nvo Harry was
beaten tvvlto In twenty-round lights.
In 1901! Hums knocked the three
JlniB--0'llrlcn, Walker and Hlynn
out, mid njso gut tho decision from
Marvin Hurt In it twenty-round go.
, mutch with Jack 0 linen ended in
During 1907 Hums won nil four
fights ho took part In, Joo Grim,
Hill Squlics, Jack O'Hrlun and dun
hit Molr wore his victims.
Hill Squires, tho Australian, wits
pollrhed on again twite In 1908, and
lack Palmer, Jem Ilocho, "Jewoy"
Sinllli and III H l.nlig all went the
kuuikatit way. '
Then Jack Johnson took Hums'
icitlp, after fourteen. rounds of fight
ug, In whl.li tho KiS. pound man
was up against 208' pounds of
r.urt year Hums jlook oif tho Irre
pressible lllll Lang once more, a til
defeated him. Now, Ht thu Aloha
Park, Hums and Lung will onco
more shnpe up and show the Hono
lulu sports what champltius nre like
when In action.
Jack Johnson, Champion.
Jack Jfthnson, tho present world's
beavv weight champion, of whom au
excellent picture Is tJiown In today's
Hullo tin, was born on March
31, 1878, niiil has been in the fight
game since he was twentv-three
years of age,
In 901 he wag beaten by that
wonderfully clever boxer Joe Choyn
ski, who accounted for the negro In
threo rounds. In tho banio jear
.InhliEon won six other llghto, and
draw with "("londjko" In a" twenty
During 1802, out of sixteen con
tests, he won twelvo and drew four.
Jai k Jeffries, was olio nf his victims
' Australian Hill Lang Is vvc.
known by repute, lo all followers nt
he game. He, by defeating Hill
Sqnlros, became the champion vv
Australia. On tvfco occasion's Lang
lias lott to Hums, both conteits be
ing for twenty rounds. Tho Austra
lian chn'mplon Is Improving u lot.
and bis visit to the Hulled Stutcs
will bo followed with Interest.
When Hums and Lang step Into
the ring nt the Aloha Park, there
should bo a big ilowd of sports
around tho arena.
WILL BE GIVEN IN HONOLULU
Burns vs. Lang
At Aloha Park
Get your Eealj now at Fitzpatrick
Cigar Slcrc, Hotel and Tort.
Burns will challenge tin winner
of the JclTrics Johnson fir.lit,
the ring. 11m pxhlbltlon should bo
a fit a one, and although it Is not for
Keeps, tho boxing will ha witling
enough to enablo people to see what
the big men are lll.o In action.
Hugh Mcliito.h b known pretty
veil all over the world, nnd besides
being !i tfrent follower of sportn of
ill tilils, he drew n lot of attention
o liliiiscH liy bilnglng off the Hiirnn
lohnson light for the championship
of tho world That coutc3t drew it
larger "gate" than any previous nf
lair In niiv part of tho world, nnd
II, n rrt,r.l ..till !. I.. I. a 1. !.....
Pie , t.H, town should roll t.p..tolMe nVosh ".";7r. , "Zu '!.
loess in. ill nlro. and tin la the. nro.
prlelor of mott ot the railroad uifea (.'
in tho' Australian Ctmimonvvpaltlti !
He holds t lie role rights nt the mov
ing plrtunis of the Uurni-John&oit
fight and they have beeu exhibited
ill over the world.
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SURROUNDINGS make a difference. A man
FEELS better and things TASTE better in a
clean, tastefully-appointed bar. One bar in Honolulu
is 'way ahead in comfort, elegance, taste.
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel noav Fort
ii mini i ; H i l
"Tho Two Jaoks"
Mention of Hill I-nng always
hi lugs up thoughts of tho other Hilt
who traveled a long distance (o
meet Tommy Hums, nnd then got
ono poko In tho Jaw thnt knocked
him out In the first round of tho
Squires wns, and Is. a grent fa
vorite with all who know him. When
Hill wns passing through Honolulu,
on hlii .i lo the 8lntes, a select
'icily of An tuillnns who novo made
Monolulu their home' arranged to
Tlvc the Australian champion nn In
All tho arrangements were left In
the hands of one man, and ho ttlcd
In every way to locate Squires nftor
the C.-A, boat was docked. Tho
champion had, however, departed for
parts unknown, and no word of him
could be had.
The telephone was brought Into
commission by one of the would-be
entertainers, and several other Kan
gnroolandcrs started off In a hack to
search tho town for Squires. One
of the party had Just received a Bilk
Australia Commonwealth flag, nnd
was very proud of the bunting. The
flag had only lately been adopted as
the emblem of United Australia, and
was ctrangp to most, people.
Well, after a long hunt from hotel
to hotel, and nfter visiting nearly
oveVy "Bttlrtoii-, rtotd was roeelved'that
Squires was at a downtown resort
hurried rush was made for hacks,
nud the party, now swollen to fully
u dozen, raced tor the saloon whore
tho challenger of Hums was located.
The owner ot the Australian flag
was first lull) the saloon, and as he
entered tin proudly waved tho bluo
Hag which Is dotted with , stnrs,
Squires lifted his hat and oxclnlm?
ed: "It's a grand flag, gontlemcn;
I always did ndmiro tho American
banner!" Poor old lllll had never
happened to run ucni.ia the Austni
Han Hug, and ths Btars misled him
On the vojnge from Sydney to San
rranclsco, Squires wua the quletes'
man on board, and tho other pust.cn
gcri would not believe Hint ho wns
the man who was to meet Hums,
L'xiept for it keen, steel-colored eyo
that bored a man through, Squlrus
wns lis unlike it pug us could b
licully Manages Show,
Jack Scull) and Henry Mcllue
hitve ariungril a fine show for this
evening, and In addition to tho iiiulu
event, hum matihod Young Ham
and u new arrival Johnson lu bus.
Tim opporiunlty to see Tommy
Hunts In itutlim should not he iul'
eil by Uonolujufolk whp buve for
; UyJfiiihvoplrrHdliiixiuiuiifu e4 n
Jack Wien, tju,iuan who paid all
expenicH iff connection with UIII
h'llii.t-.i' tdp lu the United States.
is a notable spoit-aiid has been In
terested lu many Australian sporting
ventures. Years gc when total-
usator betting wn8 engaged In tu
hilndicds'of poolrooms In S)dueyand
.Melbourne, Wren Marled operation!
at Colllugwood, Victoria,
Tor n time tho "totes" flourished
and everybody used to hnvo their
"llltlc. bit" on the ponies. Then
tho authorities stepped In and tiled
to suppress tho gamo. No ordinary
methods could slop tho "tolo" bet
ting, nnd it special law was passed
making tho running uf n "tote shop"
a penal offenso.
Kvcrybody gave tho game best
nftor a while Hint Is, all except
Wren, He thought out nn elaborate
scliemo of masked ticket-tellers, -r-crct
rlgns and barricaded his plate
like a fortress. The police could
never so tire any evidence of beta
being placed, nud the "tote' l.ept
In it sporting country like Aus
tralia, where there are horse races
ovcry day lu the week except Gun
days, It can be Imagined that almost
everyone was In favor of the "tutea"
where they could place a small bet
on their fancy for any race.
riunlly Wren bought a racetrack
and offered some of the largest
prises ever put up fur ponies. He
has never looked back from the day
In the "eighties" that he started lil3
first tote, nnd now Is eolng through
to sec the big fight If It comes off.
If Bit; Finht Be Stopped.
l rom tlio present look of tilings.
and Judging by the fact that the
Langford Kaulnian light was- stop
ped, t would -appear as If the Jef
fries-Johnson contest may nut come
oft ns ocheduled.
8au Francisco ceoins to be barred
by tho Governor'!! iftlon, and he has
stated that ho thinks the contest li
faked. If Hint be bo, then tho prize
lighting game has i cached Its end.
Tho money Involved has reached ouch
enormous amounts Hint groat temp
titllomi can ho put lu a man's way,
nnd thorn nro msty stories gplng tho
rounds about tlio big contMl which
Is billed to come off on July i.
Jnines llrcnniin Is known all over
Australia and he Is .one ot the most
(uccenaful Injers of odds that over
carried n bag. I In has owned some
line rnruhorrr nnd has won some ot
the big rotoa, ilnvrn niider.
Tho National Sporting Club nf
H)diu' wuh stnrtcd b) him, and for
Kiim It vvas the scene ot miuy good
boxing itintcfits, Hrcnuau Is a good
all-round spoil,' and has a beautiful
homo nt Itnudwlck, nyduey
Tho party on board the Mtrarua Is
Hie largest gathering ot sport that
has over boarded olio steamer to
travel from the Antipodes In