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Won His Fights In Easy Fash
ionWas uuick as Ligiu-
nine Billy Papke Beat Him
In Twelve Rounds.
There lmvo been fow fighters who
could boast of the FoiiFiitlonul career
of Stunlcy Ketchel, for several years
Ihc legitimate holder of the middle
weight tlllo of tlio world. Ills stylo
of lighting wus us spectacular an his
actions after ho won the championship
and In recalling the cliamplona that
have been, tho Michigan boy will nov-
er hu forgotten Even boforo the tragic
event that ended his life It was ovl
don't that kctchol's curccr as n boxer
was drawing to a close, for ho was
careless of his physical condition, and
thero was every Indication that us a
lighter ho, had shot bis bolt
Tho caso with which ho won bis
lights, however, made him u favortto
n llli Ihn llrlil.lrrilni? untitle nllCO till)
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iwoplo were convinced of his bkiii,
and It can be said or Kctcliel mat i
tho height of his career ns u pugilist
he wns very popular Moreover, In
splto of a somewhat hasty temper
that at time flared out, ho was a
llkahlo chapjund, particularly during
tho tlmo that ho was handled by Wllllo
Drltt, mado n number of wunn friends.
That Ketchel hud his faults can not
bo denied, but they wcro not from
the heart nnd came chiefly becauso
ho did not understand the use of, tact
or how to bo diplomatic.
damn In Defeat us In Victor).
Oaino to tho core, he showed his
nuulty In his losing fights as well as
In those ho won. Many thousands ot
dollurs 'canto to him during his ring
career, nut ho was looso with money
and, never having had much, did not
know how tp'-husband tho shower of
wealth that poured In upon him.
Whether ho left any estato Is hard to
say, but In view of tho way he spent
his money it Is not probable.
Ketchel was born In Michigan In
18S7, but after an Indifferent boyhood
life, In which hard work nnd un un
certain Incomo bad no small part, ho
went to llutte, Mont , in 1903. For four
years ho had such fights as came to
him, but, nltliough highly successful,
did not attract any attention In tho
In 1907 ho camo to California and
In tho spring of that year bad his first
light In tho stato with Gcorgo Drown.
Drown wits knocked out, bn,t, ,U was :i
matter of'tWo'inontliB before Ketchel
4iud.lnotKcrTufii.tcll. -' I'r,
('ulncd Fame at Marjrstlllc.
Murvsvllle wanted a llnht for tho
Fourth of July, and Joe Thomas, who, I
at that time, claimed tho welter-wolght
cnampionsnip, was inuuecu to sign up
with Ketchel. Ketchel 'nt that time did
not" have enough money to furnish
him w)th sufllclent fo,od, but never
theless, .worked himself Into good
shape. Thomas and his frtenda
thought It wns u Joka match and peo
plo could scarcely credit the draw
verdict, As n mutter of fact, subso
uuent facts showed that Thomas had
been saved from n knockout through hown himself to bo a detont follow
ono of the tlmokcopcrs, and only tho who takes Inre of himself. Ho will
fact that he held the tltlo saved him )e sure oftt welcopio when lie re
from huvljigf, a verdict rendered tunM.to Honolulu., ,
ugalnBt hm." . ( t v
in spltejof tlmtolslou,. which was, " D0TS AND. DASHES,
held to bj9 f. mlsikD lh, Borno wuy,' : ' , ," I.
Ketchel did ot JccelY.ri-BnltJbn.; f Bpr'ln'gniw. Mo , Oct X.-A funj'of
Coff roth m&tohed tho two men for,l U300,ib to used rIq the.dcfenso of
bor day of th4 suma.yearjjund ul tho "Vultor.Avifiptoy, wh'oia ohargod with
Comuurona'Jtotchel,fpug(fjf 'wfiut was tho niunteifof, Stanley Ketcheb has
undoubtcdVy the,, most sensutlonul' been "ralscM by thd manjs rehuvoa.
fight of lils.'tuVtdt, ,wlnnlng In thrfj An i,nslBn4d IWto'r from NowVork
thlrty-stond rolindJjWn; IJlirty Fo- fstates'thatlllhq'wHtor said D.' P. Dick
Icy, to savo Thomus'frott Uofeat,slg-crBOh.,i'"fiiom- tho letter was nur
nalcd that tho Callfornlan wiib boutcn. dressed, believes Kotcbol was tho vie-
mi.i iiK.ii win uuver uo lorgoucn
by the men who witnessed It. First
one and then the other had the ad
vantage. In the twenty-seventh
round Ketchel was knocked down,
but ho held himself together, und later
proved tho victor. That fight fixed
Ketchel us a pugilistic star, but three
months later he again met Thomas In
the busebull park on one stormy De
cember night, in 1907, nnd secured a
The best yenr that Ketchel had In
the ring wns I90S. On February 22d,
he knocked out Mike (Twin) Hulllvnn
In one round nt Colmn, and in May,
soveiul months later, knocked out
.Inck Twin Sulllvmi In the twentieth
round of their light, In tho same ring
where the welter-weight brother hnd
pre lonely gonu down.
l)y this time Ketchel had Increased
his weight, and In Juno vas sent
against Hilly IMpko In Milwaukee,
winning n ten-roiind decision, lie
turning to San Francisco after that
conquest, Ketchel knocked out Hugo
Kelly (n three rounds and In August
sent too Thomas down for the count
Stanleys Klrt llcfcal.
Tho first icvers-j th.it wits mot by
tho 'th"n rccngtilred champion was
handed him by Hilly Pnpke In Los An
geles oh September 7th. I'apke, who
has always proved an unlucky stnr
for Ketchel won a sensational fight In
twelve rounds, JHnagcr Joe O'Con
nor stopping the light when "tho As
rassln," as he had oomo to be known,
was'n physical wrctlt.
tint Ketchel was not discouraged,
lie took a long o.itlng, and In Novem
ber, having secured u return engage
ment v, lth Papke, he tumed the tables
and knocked but tho 'Illinois Thun
derbolt" In eleven rounds.
Ketchel spent a considerable part
1909 In the Knst. under tha mnn-
nKomcnt of Willis Drltt, who brought
to Kctcncl ,mlch of lll0 advertising
that ho received. Two of his fights
wcro with Philadelphia Jack O'llrlen.
In tho first tho gong saved O'llrlen a
knockout In (he tenth and concluding
round, and In their second match
O'llrlen1 lasted three rounds.
On July S, 11)09, Papko'and Ketchel
fought nn Indifferent twenty rounds
Ketchel being' given tho decision.
Tll fto Wllh Johnson.
if ltl tll0 fnlf Ketchel fought
Jnck Jojmson bolng""knockcd out In
tho twelfth rohnd by tho heavy-weight
champion It 'was a light that brought
no glory to rRtchfl, for It was freely
charged that tho two men fpught for
tho moving pictures and that Johnson
might liaro wbn'as ho'plrased.
Kotchcl.'of 'tourso, retained his tltlo
as' mlddle-wolhht chiturplon, but that
bout seemed 'to mark tho height of his
fame. Ho was In tho rlnjr Mit llttlo
after that engagement and has never
up pen red 16 be the same as n fighter.
Signed up fdr various matches, the
bouts invariably fell through on one
'lirptoxt nr nnnfhpr until Ihn i-annrnl
public has largely ceased to
(him as a dangerous factor.
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SOLDIER KING TO
Coast Runner Will Return Mid
dle of January.
Soldier King stated this morning
that ho would positively have to re
turn to tho Coast 'next Saturday on
tho tianspurt Logan. His furlough
will expire shortly, and he has to
Join ills regiment. Ho will, how
ever, return to Hawaii as eooii as
his term of ''enlistment expires, on
January 1C next.
Tho well - known runner was
thinking of going home to Arkansas
and seeing his people as soon us he
got his discharge, but ho has decid
ed to come to Honolulu first.
On Washington's birthday a full
.Marathon race between Knoo and
mug may ue urougm on, ami outer
.shorter distance races will nlso bo
on the program. King likes Hono
lulu, and ho will surely como back
ns boon as he is free from the army.
".Sure, I'll bo back If I don't die or
fall sick," remarked King this morn
ing. Tho soldier runnor has mado many
friends In Honolulu ami ha has
Mm of a plot.
HEAD, BACK AND LEOS ACHE7
Acho all over? Throat sore, with
chills? That Is I-a Orlppe. Perry
Davis' Painkiller will break It up If
taken promptly. All dealers, 25c, 35c
nnd 50c bottles.
Tomorrow forenoon at 11 o'clock
the bids for dredging Honolulu har
bor w ill bo opened nt Major Wlnslow's
ollleo. This will bo nn Interesting
moment, as It Is expected that foreign
dredging concerns will have bids In
fur the woilc.
AIEA GOES DOWN
"IN DEFEAT 9 TO, V
Ble Crowd Watches Final
Game In Plantation Series.
Score Tidd In Fourth Inning.
bood' heeling Shown.
(,Scclal rti1litlii Ccrrcsnondencc.)
Tho 1910 season of th,Oahu Plan
tation League was biought to a close
on "Sunday, when Kwa defeated Aiea,
In the hardest-fought game of the
year, by u score of 9 to 7. The play
was clean and snappy all through,
and from a spectacular point ot view
was very cnjoyuble.
Nothing good can be said of cither
side in Sunday's game without glv.
Ing nil equal amount of praise to
tho other. The amiable spirit shown
toward ouch other by tho plajcrs of
both, sldcu wns enjojed by every
body. The friendly Joshing Indulged
In by the rooters of each team was
very amusing, especially In the
Tho Alca team and supporters took
their defeat like tho truo sportsmen
they are, land they wcro vory ready
to congratulate the Kwa bo)s on
their victory. Though defeated, they
wcrct by no means disgraced, and
they can enjoy tho fn t that they
mado the 1'wns play as they havo
never plavod before.
Thd Kwa boys naturally nre elated
over their victory, and when they
iKcinembert how hard Ithey had to
struggle to win, the' sweets Of vic
tory become more enjoyable. At one
stage of the series 'It sccmod as If,
It was all over for Ewa, hut by Wal-f
anac's defeat of Aiea, thoy' were put
In tho running again. Ily dint of
hard prnctiso In the evenings (ami
not from 4 p. m. 'eacli day, as Is ru
mored), they came back to tho old-
style form and won six games
straight a feat which not 'oven tho
Philadelphia Athletics could nccom
nllsh. They won out mainly on
their good batting.
In writing of theso teams wc must
not forget tho teams from Walanao
and Walpalui, and tho Kwa team de
sires to extend its best wishes to the
other teams Aiea, Walanue and Wn,
Ip.ilul' and wishes them all good
luck, till they next meet. .
Sunday's gnmo was very exciting
from the start. Aloa went to bat
first, with no result. First tlmo'up
Kvvii had two men across. Alca came
buik with one, wliile Kwa added an
other two. I) Thetflcqro now jstood:
Kwa 4,Alea 1. and'rhfligs for Aloa
looketl'' hboiit ItutAsiitiully ns an act
tors' hoarding house when you take
n second helping.
However, Alca was not(to.bo beat
en jet. nnd by good' play they grad
ually crawled up ndAuci s lawn's
score at the end of tho fourth In
ning. Fcrnniidcz ,lnthls Inning
walked a man hpmcj.'wlth four each
it wps. anybody's uu'e,'?uml things
looked very Interesting and every
one wub getting keyed up. Kwa had
lo do somothllig desperate now, so
with a little careful .butting, aided
by a fow crrprs, they got three men
home and led iigaln by 7 to 4.
After that each lejm kept pegging
away, jwjth now; and then getting a
man nouio nil insMinai score was;
Kwa 9, Aiea J. J , J
t.There were very rewrikte thli
done in the
catches he ma
rlias, ' ! ! 1ft
Floc8 of Alcn pllched a J
eame and oil So batttdwnllJM His
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Meyer, the, respective wJf'('fjfll;l
very good work as usual. Fpr" a
snappy game, both sides mi'o t. o
many errors. '
Henry Clillllngwoith umpired In
n very able manner, nnd''his do I
slons wero of the best. .
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Grand Itaplds, Mich, Oct, 20. St,
Adelbert's Polish Catholic church was
crowded to the doors today when the
last rites wero performed over the
body of Stanley Ketchel, tho murdered
middleweight champion pugilist, Tho
body wns escorted to tho city from
Kotchel's farmhouse near llelmont,
ten miles from CJrnnd Ilnptds, by n
delegation of KlkB and u largo num
ber of friends.
ri araifl -Htsjwft)
doiuboth nt eft idftni- y l".f &h.
OrttiELLAS WOULD RUN ' '
KING NEXT WEEK
If Allowed Ono Week to Train,
Local Man Would Tacklo
Coast Man, With': Orio Mile
ctorf (innri Mrifph
, uiuu uuuu iiiuvu ,,
Soldier King was nono the worso
for his strenuous llftccn mlcs run on
Sundny nftcrnoon, nnd ho was around
the skating rink on Sunday night
looking for an opportunity to foot It
against nny runner who felt like hav
ing a sprint, However, ho had to con
tent himself with looking on at tho
raco on rollers, ns thero was nothing
doing in tho other lino.
Tho winner of Sunday's raco heard
through tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, that Ornol-
bis hud challenged Jackson to n ten-
mllo run. As. Jackson has quit tho
game for all time, according to his
awn stntcmant-rwhat uro tho odds
that Nigel won't bo seen In tho annual
Hnlclwa raco?r-thoro. Is. no chnnco of
seeing Orncllns,Up against the triple
Marathon wlnnor. , '
As for OfqclUs thero. Is no doubt
that ho is a, lino runner up to ten
miles,. und uny remarks about his get
ting a reputation beforo challenging
anyone, nro out of place. Ornutlus led
ovcry inch of the way for ten miles
nt tho league grpunds, and Jackson
had long beforo that fallen out of tho
race. Kaoo was tho only man who
beat OrnelliiB on Hint occasion, and
tho young fellow ran a great race. Ho
was trained to tho minuto nnd showed
great form: there Is not a better stylo
pt runner In (ho Territory excepting
King nt the,, present moment- Dow-,
ncy wns another ilno ten-mllgr, but ho
dropped out of the game some tlmo
Vltli reference to tho challenge Is
sued by King lust night, in which ho
Is reported to hovo offered to givo Or
nellas one mllo start In ten, u repre
sentative of tho Honolulu runner
dropped Into tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n offlco
this morning, nnd said that Ornellas
would accept tha challenge If ho were
given one week to get properly wound
Ornellns Is a clean-living young fcl
low, andt tho seductive clgnretto or
tho thirst-allaying grnpo juice; have
no attractions for him. He, conscr
quently, Is always In, fairly good con-
dltlon, nnd could litlttWoughiy'jIt'l
n week or so. '' '" ( kit
Ono pf the .conditions oniwhlch, Or
nellas will nccopt King's challcngs Is
that the lattor put up two hundrc I
dollurs to tho local man's ono hun
dred. If King' ran liosslbly arrlliigtf t
thuL; he stay oyer, In Honolulu for ii
short ttnle' longer, tho local spor s
will see n rnco that will bo so closo
that thero will bo no tolling who the
winner will be till tho tnpo Ib breast
ed. . .
King's sharo of tho gnto receipts
for Sunday's raco was over three hun
dred dollars, nnd ho mado some money
by speculating. Kaoo got a couple of
hundred, nnd Hint should keep him In
good humor, for a whllo.
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