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HOAO GETS DECISION OVER
HUOHIE WIRE HAS IT ALL OVER WAHILANI, BUT LOSES DECISION
TWO SAILORS GIVE BOXINO EXHIBITION JACK CORDELL
REFEREES MAIN EVENT.
PHONE 45 t'
There were (our boxing contests
pulled oft nt Aluhu Park nn Satur
day night, and tho best of tho lot
wag tho ten-round go between Jim
Mono and Soldier McCollough. It
went tho limit, and wag won by tho
Hawaiian on a decision,
Ono of the bouts thai between
Wnhllnnl nifd n sailor turned Wire
wan tiiost. unsatisfactory, and tho
spectators did not hesttnto to volco
their disapproval of the decision
given In favor of Wahllanl.
In tho first round tho sailor
stepped In and put It nil over Wn
hllntil, 'who was obviously out of
londltloii. In tho second lotuid
there wan somo fierce fighting, and
the sailor bad much the .better ot
It. Wahllanl was knocked to his
hands and knees and, took tho count
Wire shook things up In tho third
spasm, and forced the native nil over
the ring. Wahllanl looked In n bad
way, and finally ho went down to
his knees again, and utajcd there
while a very slow nine was called
over him, Ills seconds broke all
rules by getting half way through
tho ropes, and thoro was a lively
llmo with Wlro trying to get at
Wahllanl before ho got to his feet
In tho fourth round thoro was an
other row, as McFnddcn, who wns
referee, thought that tho goug had
gone, and sent, tho men to their
corners before the proper time
Larry Twoomoy wns holding the
watch, and ns there wcro cries from
all sides 'for Wnhllanl's seconds to
throw up. the towel, McFaddou
thought that Larry was Bhoutlng to
lilm that the gong had gone. As a
matter of fact, Lany had not, wild
a word, and he did not touch tho
gong till tlmo was up. lly that time
tho boxers wcro In their corners and
being rubbed down. Tho sailor had
Wahllanl practically out that round
und tho fight was his by a mile.
When tho men resumed fighting
In tho fifth round, Wahllanl did n
marathon around tho ring and tho
sailor followed him and landed! n
punch whenever he could. Wahllanl
wbb all In, hut tho sailor was almost
aB bad by that time, and towarus
the end of tho round Btood In his
own corner with his face covered
with Ills hands. Wahllanl tried des
peratcly ,to knock the sailor out,
but cuuld not do so. Then the ref
eree gavo tho go to tho native, and
what lool.ed like being u rough
Chief McDiifllo and a couple of
police officers Jumped Into the ring,
but there, was nothing doing, and,
except for hooting, all soon quieted
Boy Boxers., '
Tho evening opened with a very
amusing twp-round bout between
two )oung bootblncks, who, with
the big gloves, slammed ono another
In great stj'lo. The youngsters woro
very wllllrig, and 'tho Innovation
pleased the big crowd.
Yedlin Not Present.
Tho contest that was advertised
to come off between Crowley and
Yedlin failed to materialize, as the
latter did not put In an appearance.
Howover, Iowroy, who Is from one-
of tho cruisers, took on Crowley,
Lowroy waB thirty pounds heavier
than his opponent, and the go re.
solved Itself Into n sparring oxhlbl
Hon. Tho crowd wanted something
different, nnd was glad when tho'
thrco rounds were finished.
Terrien Non Est. I
Torrlcn, who was matched to box
Wahllanl, did not turn up, nnd
lliiKhle Wire ttok a chance against
Ihe "Wild Bwnn." How he fared Is
another story, nnd has already been
Hoao vi, McCollough.
Itlght from the start these two
men waded Into- ono 'another, an 1
the gn was u fierce one, I loan was
the aggressor, and he seamed able
to land on McCotlough whenever he
arcd to. Tho soldier adopted his
usual method of following his man
nround tho ring and trying to land
nn uppcrcut, which appears to bo
his favorite wallop.
Tho first three rounds wcro very
oxcitlng. nnd I ho gong saved Ml
Collough In the third. The soldier
was In queer street, but III the
fourth ho seemed a little stronger,
and fioni that to the end ho took
n lot of punishment, with his usual
Ilo.io had much the hietter of the
go on points, nnd ho hit McCollough
ten times to tho soldier's one. At
the end of tho tenth' round, .tack
Cordcll, who refcrecd the contest,
had no hetltntlon In giving tho do
clslon lo Hoao, There was ho doubt
about the matter, as Hoao had tho
fight all tho way on points.
MrCollough showed his gameness
and remarkable capacity for punish
ment nnco more, and It seems ns
it Is Impossible to knock him out.
Thore was a, croWdeH house, Unit,
the last" fight on tho program sent
everybody away pleated that they
had scon ono good contest, anyhow.
It Is tu bo regretted thai slack Cor
dell did not tcforeo tho Wahllanl-
Who go, ns McTadden's effort wus
not n succss. McFnddcn should
stick to promoting and engage other
men ns referees.
Cordell vi. Comyn.
It was announced rrom the ring
thnt Jnck Cordcll and I'nt Comyn
will blx fifteen rounds on tho even
ing of July 30. Comyn went to
tho Coast to see tho Jeffries-Johnson
fight, nnd Is returning on the Si
erra, duo hero this wrok.
DOTS AND DASHES.
BEATEN BY VISITORS
It Takes Eighteen Innincs to Decide
Struggle, and n Huge Crowd
Watches Game Was Anybody's
Match Right, Up to Finish,
l'or two hours and foity minutes
jesterday nfternoou tho Athletic
Park fnns wero up In tho nlr, and If
any ot them ran this morning rnlso
a whisper. It will bo a miracle. The
occasion was tho clglitccn-lnnjng
game that was fought oiU between
tho Wasedas and the I'ortugucso
Athletics. Tho result was a win for
the Wasedas by n scoro of 3 lo 2,
and tho I'ortugueso had hard luck
In not defeating tho visitors.
Kicltns pitched n beautiful game,
mid although In the llrst Inning hn
sent ii man homo from third on a
balk, for tho rcsl of the long-drawn
mil gamo ho played great ball. Con
rtdcrlng tho fact that he had Al
ready plajcd one game nt tho league
grounds before he put In an appear
nnrcat tho Athletic Park, his per
formance was wonderful. He struck
Ai fifteen men nnd only walked
In tho seventeenth Inning the Wn
sodas had all the bases full nnd no
one down. It was then that Freltnn
and Loul Bonrcs showed their
knowledge of baseball, and by tho
best of work, prevented tho Japan
era from scoring. Tho cheers that
went up then musjjiave beon heard
began to think that tho game would
bo called by tho umptro. However,
In tho first half of the eighteenth
Inning the Wasedas made the run
necessary to win, and It was the
giant Japanese 01 who hit n two
bagger thnt did tho trick. Kuka.
borl sacrificed 01 to third, and Mat-
suda then brought tho big fellow
home and the Wasedas again led by
3 to 3.
Tho Portuguese went down In
qittck order In thctn half of the
eighteenth Inning, nnd tho best game
sefn In Honolulu for many a long
day was ended. Snares and Frcltnit
did remarkable work, considering
that they, In nil, plajcd twenty
seven Innings during 'tho afternoon,
Tho official score was as follows:
Huns 2 00000000000 0
0 0 0 0 13.
llasc hits 1 0 10 0 10 10 10
110 0 12 1 11.
P. A. C.
Illins 0 0 1 0000010000
0 0 0 02.
Ilasc hits 0 010020011 0
0 0 0 0 0 1 08.
Tno-baso hits, Iscdn, 01 2, Ornel
las, Ficltas, Soarcs 2; sacrlfUe, hits.
Fukaborl, fConomurn; left on base,
Wasedas 12, P. A. C. 10; first base
on errors, Wasedas fi, P. A. C. ll
double plnvs, Soarcs to Souzu, Fit
kaborl to Ol, Nonmnurn to linen,
Nonomurn to Ol; hit by pitcher, Jo
seph; struck out, by Krcltas IS,
Matsudn 4; bases on called balls, off
Frcltas 3, Matsuda 7; balk, Frcltas.
Umpires, Joy nnd Clillll'tiRWorlht
scorer, Ilaposo; time of game, 2 hr.
it st :t
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Honolulu Athletic Park
Japanese Bunt Themselves to Vic
tory, nnd the Score Was 6 to 1
A Big Catherine of Fans
On Saturday afternoon at the Ath
letic I'a'rk tho Waseda baseball team
met nnd defeated tho .Marino nim
by n scoro of fi to I. The visitors
noikcd tho bunt to perfection mid It
wns owing to their ability to do so
that they won out as they did.
The Marines were thn first to scoro
ind they did it in the third Inning;
Davis brought In Hayes, and then the
four hundred Marlnu fans went rrai)
SATURDAY, JULY 10:
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 17:
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA '
Admission 23c.. 00c. and 75c.
The standing ot the Military
league teams Ib as fd'llowa;
P. W. - L.
Cavnlry 13 9 i
Marines It 9 fi
N. O. II. ...
Kurt Rugor .
At the league grounds csterday
nfternoou tho Fifth Cavalry babcball
nine defeated tho Hospital Co, by a
Bcore of 8 to 3. The stretcher-bear
ers led by a sioro of 3 to 0 up till
the seventh Inning, when the horse
men simply, did us they liked and
piled up eight runs.
That well-known old rncehoroe
Kaatcrtlde, which did such good
work when owned by Prince David,
died at tho Parker ranch a few dai
ago. The good old horse was u
with Joy. Their bliss vvus shortlived
Soarcs. too. had pla,ed a game a, H"'" M " "".""
runs, nnd led 2 to I
the league grounds, nnd then on top
of thnt caught for eighteen long In
nings Jn a scnsatlounl game. Soares
alro made a couple of dandy two-
baggers thnt made tho crowd of Por
tuguese stand up and jell them
Right In tho first Inning the Wn
sedns mado two runs, and the game
looked ns If It would bo an easy win
for tho Jupaucso. The first score
was made by Harn, who had been
given a pass to first. Tobltn was
tho second man up, and ho beat It
to first and IJnrn got to second safe.
Then Isedn bunted n benut nnd Hnrn
daubed over the home plate, lenvlnr
Tobltn on third, from where he
strolled home on tho pitcher's balk.
Things looked bnd for the I'ortu
gueso now, nltd the Japanese, fans
went craiy with dcllghtThouiandi
of throats ellow and screamed, nnd
flags and hats wcro waved In the
nlr by the Japanese, who far out
numbered nil other nationalities.
In the third Inning the Portu
guese scorod one run, and It was a
pass that was given to Krcltas (hat
started tho work. Soarri went up
to bat nnd hit a peach of a two-bag.
ger that brought Krcltas homc,'ntnld
tho clieorH of tho P. A. C. rooters.
Then for five Innings there was
nothing doing In the way of scor
ing, but It was the Portuguese buncu
that altered the figures on the board,
und In the scconJ half of th,tf ninth
made ono run and tied tho score.
The Bcene on the bleachers was then
something to look nt, and the sup
porters of the P. A. Cs. certainly did
For eight Innings more there was
champion on tho track, and lit tho no scoring done by either side, nnd
stud has got some fine Btock. as darkness approached, tho fans
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In tho sixth Inning the Wasedas
ngnln mado n couple of runs, nnd the
gamo looked good to their supportcrsj
Thu Marines tried hard to scoro on
several ocensjons, but they could nev
er qultd manage to do the trick.
In tho seventh Inning tho Japanese
again scored one run and the Marines
could do no more The victory of the
Wasedas wns popular with tho Orien
tal section of tho crowd, but tho Mar
ine fans wcro disgusted with tho re
sult. :: st n
JAUESE HIIKIIfi BEAT
CM. AFTER M GAME
Big Crowd Well Pleased With First
Game Ylsterday Afternoon
Oahu Leaguers Play Good Ball.
At, the Athletic Park jestcrday
afteruoon, the first ball gttme was
plajcd between the J, A. C. and C.
A, C. nines, and It resulted In a win
for tho former team by n scoro of 3
to 2. It wns n fitting Introduction
to the big gntno of tho afternoon,
nnd tho match was, much eujojed,
tho J. A. Cs. were tho first to
score, and they dlcKIhe trick In the
Bocoml Inning, through tho agency
of IIosb, who had been given a pass
to first, advanced to third thrmigh
a hit by Kalml, hnrt got home on
Aklna's fumble at second. Then In
tho sixth Inning the Japanese again
did some rim getting, and two more
wore added to their total, Rico and
Zerbe did tho trick, and the J. A. U,
funs went wild with delight.
It was In tho llrst halt of the
eighth that the Chinese got going,
and (hoy made two runs In quick
order. John Lo tilt a two-bagger
which scored Apnu, who was roost
lug on second. Hong Chark then
got homo on Aklntt'a hit, and John
Lo, who should 'iae held his bag
at third, waa put out between third
and tho homo plato. There was no
further scoring, ami a good gamo
ended in victory for the J. A. Cs.
The official score was as follows: -
J. A. C.
Ituns 01000200 03
IJaso hits 11000000 13
C. A. C,
Huns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 03
Uase hits 00010012 04
Two-base hits, Robs, J, Lo, Kalml;
orifice hits, 11. Chack, Aklna; sac.
rlftce fly, llrito; left on bases, J, A.
C. 2, C A C. 7; first base on errors,
J A C 0. C A, C ; double play,
Kan Yin to Aklna to Akana; hit by
pitcher, Rice, Zerbe, Hoopll; struck
out, by Apau 7, Ksplnda 6; bases on
called balls, off Apau'l, Ksplndii' 4;
passed ball, Hoopll.. Umpire, It.
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J.V, GIBSON Dancing and Sing-
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OAHU COLLEGE IEAM
100 STMIi FOR lit.
Williams Pitches for Alumni and He
Docs Great Work Game Ends
With Store of 0 to 0.
On Saturday afternoon nt the Ath
letic Park, tho balm College Alumni
team beat thn J, A. C. champion
team by n score of C to 0. The Oa'uu
league players did not have n look-
in, nnd tho oldttmcrg dliL.tta-they..
lncd- ... .
There was A alr-elitd crowd pres
ent, and the (a pa. jy.ejfi,a. Jilt mr .
priced to cee what the Punahou-
piaers 'did to the era;! Athletic
I'iirh ia)oui. juiuiuib nimmiia
pitched a great game tor the
Alumni, and struck out nine men.
Ho was well backed up by Wlnnorfud
tho rest of the team.
Tho college made three runs In
their first Inning, two In the third,
and one In their seventh. The J.
A. Ca. could not get a man over the
home plate, and the game ended In
a hollow victory for the ex-students,
who played Hampton with them on
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