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Honolulu, T. H.
THREE KNOCKOUTS IN FIGHTS
AT THE ASAHI LAST EVENING i
McGurn Put Hoao to Sleep in the Fourth Fink Laid Bau
ersocks Out in the Fifth, and Sarconi Defeated Young
Gans in the Fifth Hundreds Present.
ALWAYS THE BEST--THE
LUNCH S, CRITERION
Tlmt Joe McQurn to ii llRhtcr who
can take more Minn nil ordinary
amount of punishment, wna demou
nt rated hint ulKlit at tho Asnhl The
ater, when lie knocked out Jim Hoao
in the fourth round or u twelve
round go. utter taking enough
punches and liody blows himself to
put most ordinary lighters to tho
Several Surpl scs.
There were bomo surprises last
evening In tho squared circle In Ho
nolulu. It being tho general opin
ion that Uoao would last about eight
loumls, Willi the possibility of get
ting McUurii ut the first or the fight.
lluucrtockB or the Kllth C.ivnlry
gut bis itr the light with Marino
Kink, and bo got It good nnd pi oy
er, when tho sea soldier knocked him
out In the sixth round of an eight
Thls Is the third time that tho
two men hnvo como together, ltauor
socks getting decisions In the first
two bouts, but never succeeding In
Knocking out his man.
At I.ellehun two months ngo tho
mail from the Klttb held up the bout
with Kink until be got a different
dUlslou of the receipts than be hail
agreed to receUo. Last night ho
adopted tho same tHctlcs and would
not go Into tho ring until the money
for the tight bad been posted In the
hands of the referee.
Ilaucrsocks lias evidently read In
some sporting dope that fighters have
done .this thing fiom time to time,
nnd emulated their example.
He Is a grandstand fighter, hut by
the middle of tho second ho realized
that he wns up against a fight, and
when ho went to tho floor In the
sixth. In splto of water thrown on
him by one of his seconds, against
all rules of tho gamo, he was badly
beaten nnd look the taunt.
As to Kink, tho wny thnt man has
Improved In two months Is some
thing wonderful, nnd if he docs not
get swelled up over his victory last
night ho will mako considerable. r
n lighter In his class.
Ho was not tho sumo man who
went up against Ilaucrsocks at S he
ll eld llnrr.icks two months ngo. Ho
Is still gercu mid does not follow up
bis advantages, wailing for u man
to recover hlnitclf Instead of going
In nnd drhlug him to tho ropes.
When be learns to land one blow
nnd follow It up with tcoral more,
he will be a bad man to go up
ngnlnst, for bo can stand lots of pun.
At their last fight, Hjucrsocks
merely put his hands to his face and,
guarding In that way, let Kink wear
himself out with useless punches.
Kink Is now too wise to bo led Into
mo thing like this, mid ho waited for
Ilaucrsocks to got going ngnln. Tho
crowd would not stand for any stall'
lug on tho part of the man from I.ol
Ichun, nnd be had to get In and fight
us woll as he could.
All Clean Fights.
All the lights pulled oft last even
ing wcro good ones, mid tho clean
knockouts In them suited tho hun
dreds of fans who wero present.
The (Jans Pircnnl bout wns tho
first one on, the ffrst round of
this six-round contest being nil to
Snrcoul. The scond round wns
dans'', but the thli.l, fourth nnd fifth,
when the knockout came, wero nil
it wns clean fighting from the
start, nnd when bis opponent took
the 'count one round short of tho
limit, Sarcoul Jumped Into the air
nnd cracked his heels together.
In tho third round or this go both
men landed foiiio good punchci, body
blows by Sarconi being the most of-fectUe.
Tho fourth wns nil Sarconl's, for
he drovo Cans around tho ring and
up against the ropes, nearly finishing
the fight In thnt round.
fn tho fifth (Inns swung wild nnd
by tho middle of the round Sarconi
put him out with u right nnd left
to tho Jaw.
De'nv Between Bouts.
There wns some dclny before tho
hien for the naxt bout appeared,
caused by the demand that tho monoy
bo put up with tho rcforee bnforo
Ilauorso-ks would enter the ring.
When tho fight did get going, how-
! ever, there wns no doubt that tho
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exhibition of fighting pleased tho
hundreds of fans In tho ball.
Second Preliminary. '
Ilaucrsocks Rtnrtcd In with fancy
feinting nnd ducking playing to tho
gallery, but one or two Btlft punches
landed by Kink -nusud him to
straighten up somewhat.
Tho first round wns nliinit even,
but In tho second Kink had the nd
vmitngc, binding on the Jaw time
ufter time mid to tho face with
straight right punches, while ilaucr
socks failed, to connect with nny pait
of Kink's nnntomy in nn effective
It wns tho second round that open
ed tho eyes of tboso who hnd seen
the two men fight before, to tho Im
provement In Kink.
Ilaucrsocks bad played horse with
the marine on previous oc -anions, but
when the Intter dodged just fnr
enough Hum after time to stop tho
Jabs nnd iippcrcuts of the soldier.
those looking on saw Hint It wns go-
lug to bo something different thnti
The s)inp.itby of the house seem
ed to be with the nun I lie when It
wns seen that he could light tome,
nnd every tlmo ho landed a lolling
blow he was cheered wildly.
At the opening of the third both
fought mptloiitjy, but soon Kink
got In his htllt rights to tl'o face,
nnd although ll.iucrMcks succeeded
in landing a few on tho body, th
lound was nil Kink's.
Tho fourth wi.s tho samo, except
that lUuersocks was wild, mid when
ho delivered a punch Kink wns not
there to reecho it, us expected. Pin I;
used a body blow n few timed In this
Ilnueitocks started tho fifth with
u glancing blow to tho body, but
that was about the only pun h that
bo landed, Kink lauding nt will but
not folluwlng up his advantages
when ho uilghtl hnvo finished tho
In tho sixth mid Inst round Kink
landed repeatedly, mostly to tho face,
with u row to tho body. Ho protect
ed himself well, getting away from
nn uppercut that would have lltted
him through tho root If It had ever
landed, The knockout was given by
n punch to tho wind, followed by
another to tho face, nnd Ilauertocks
took the count, even though one of
bis seconds poured water on him as
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ho lay face down on tho mat.
Fast and Furious. I
Tho Inst and principal fight wns
fast and furious, tho men realizing
that the crowd bad had its nppctltu
whetted for soiao good lighting by
the two preliminaries.
lit the first round each man did
about tho samo amount of work, both
landing on tho face nnd Hoao get.
ting in one on the body.
Tho second round saw somo fast
lighting mid wicked punches, Hoao
landing repeatedly, nnd from his
crouching position being hard for
MHIuru to reach. The second was
nil Hoao's round, McHurn starting off
by rushing, but being met every
time by Hoao, who got In blow aft
er blow tn the race nnd body. Just
before the end of the round bo land'
ed one on the tide of tho J.iw that
turned McCIurn's head around, but
McClurn came bark with n punch of
the samo nut Just as tho gong
I'lrst blood was drawn 111 the third
with n stiff punch to Hoao's note,
but before this blond ennio Hnan had
landed several times nn McOurn's
fnco nnd Jaw. Hoao started In to
punish MGuru right heie, mid tho
Irish lad took all that was coming
to him. It looked at ono time ns If
the Hawaiian had hint; ho was so
helpless thnt ho could not gut his
bunds up to guard his fnco, nnd jet
nil the hooks thnt Hoao landed could
not put tho lad from the Coast nut
of business, llcforo tho end of tho
round, McGurn's head seemed to
clear somewhat, nnd bo wont aftor
lloan. Tho gong nt tho end uf this
round probably saved both men, for
ench was wcuk When tlmo sounded.
When tho men canio In for tho
next round, IIimo had not lecovered
from tho punishment ho bad receiv
ed tho way Median hnd done, mid
tho Intter started In to fight bard.
Ho went after the Honolulu lad, and
although tho local boy landed on tho
body n few times, bo wns followed
up each time by McGurii forcing the
fighting. llnth wero wild u few
times In this round, but It was two
light tupi t tho Jaw which finished
lio.io bofore the gong sounded In tho
fifth, nnd tho fans gave n long cheer
for McUurii winning nfter tho pun
ishment ho had received.
Game Looking Up.
Tho fight gnmo hero seems lo bo
looking up, for thero wcro several
challenges given during tho even
ing between bouts Inst night. Sar
coni challenged tho winner of tho
ITnk-llntiersocks go nfter his own
fight, nnd Kid Unidlng of nut Uu
ger offered to take on tho samo man.
After the go wns over. Kink accept
ed tho challenge ot Harding, nnd
then "Hat" Nelson of Camp Very
challenged tho Winner of this last
Uxor) tiling who ns It should have
been nt tho fights Inst night, and
Nigel Jackson surely pulled oft tho
best card or fights! that has been
vrltnerscJ 111 Honolulu for a long
'Tie Officials. ,-i
Young NcIfoii refcrced the first
bout or the evening, nnd genial Mlko
I'aton wns In chnrgo of the second
prellmlnnry nnd tho main event ot
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Knit Shatter team nnd the High
School nliimul, pholiig soccer Satur
day afternoon, succeeded in scoring
ono goal ench. Tho game was u
Who Knocked Out Jim Hono In Filth Rotuul of Twelve
Round Go Last Night, Winning His Filth Fight In Hawaii.
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