Newspaper Page Text
vjaprtrtrwnrjfrt 'tnffT ,--r
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1911.
BULLETIN'S SPORTS-BREEZIEST AND BEST
HOW KID McCOY STOLE TOMMY RYAN'S TITLE GREATEST DOUBLE CROSS IN HISTORY
BY LAURENCE REDINGTON.
A few lyn ngn
tlio spurting Col
umn if (lie Const
papeis cnirled :i
sliiry of how Kid
McCoy lmil mo
back" by virtue nf
IiIh win friini some
foiirtli-riitur In New
York, a week nr
hip after lio lmil
(.Implied pour "Id
Hull rlt7siuininiiH to
pieces In un Im
promptu nrfulr In
Willi li KIU substi
tuted for ii lighter
who wus taken mill-
If Kid McCoy
eer lil.il.es liny
mole easy money
nut of (he light
Kiiliin l( will lio liy
cleverness of head lather than hand
And Iheieliy li.itiKH thlri tale.
lieu; Ih (he true liiBldo Htnry of how
jm , f-1
l&wPL f i a
Kid McCoy double-crossed Tommy
l(an out of the middleweight cham
pionship way hack In !IG. It's a tan
gled yarn, Imt It'H Interesting In t li :i t
It shows mine of tho methods liy
which that mauler nclicinor, Mr Nor
limn Selhy, thought and fought him
self Into the pugilistic spotlight.
'1 he main facts of the deal tamo
In me a long (line ago, but several
corroborative details were missing
Then, In the latter pari of ISOS. four
teen yearn after the Unlit, I ran across
Kid McCoy In Savannah, whoru be
and Tod Sloan were trying to pick
up a few ilollarH booking to the In
termitlonal auto rnces, and from the
Kid himself I gathered lip Home loose
ends of fuel and theory. When Kid
McCoy bobbed Into ring prominence
thin moiitli. utter being a dead one, for
bo Iuiik, I det bled to (brow (ho fnctH
together In seiiicnce, and now, after
all these yearn, (be story of (be gioat
ist double-cross In history goes Into
print for (hu llrst (line.
Cntrr hid Mc('o).
Kid McCoy llrH( crossed Tommy
I!:iii'k (rail when (ho then cbainploii
wns training at Detroit for bin light
wl(h .lack Wilkes In Ififll McCoy
came to Ityun's iiinr(ern and fairly
begged to be taken In, Haying that
he was willing to do anything, from
xpnrrlng to washing dishes, and tli.it
the coin illiln'l cut any llgnro with
him, so I'arson UiixIch llnally engaged
McCoy, Just to lie rid of his plead
ings, at the luuiillUcciit salary of $7
The Kid hung round, being useful
and In (he way by (urns, for, while
be was a good rubber, be was far (on
green to be of any use to Tommy as
a sparring partner. When ltynn wvm
In Now Orleans for (be Uempsey light
that was eventually called off, Mcr'oy
beat his way on (lie bumpers and bad
n smiling welcome for Ilyan anil puity
when they llnally arrived. He wasn'(
wanted, but he bad the kniuk of mak
ing himself useful, and he simply
wouldn't stand for n shake.
It hen .lark llcnipse) Fell.
The scene then shifted to Maspetb,
Iong Island, where poor Jack Dcmp
Key llnally got Into the ring with
Ityan, mil) to drop exhausted after a
few listless rounds. Kid McCoy was
"part of (lio party," as usual, but still
only us a general roustabout and
handy man. Ityan liked to send blin
on errands, but scorned to put the
gloves on with him.
After (bo Uempsey tight Tommy
Ityan went back to Syracuse, uiid
waxed fat and lazy holding down the
suloon that the original Tommy Ilynu
set li 1 tn up in. He didn't exactly dlo
slpute, but ho got In the liublt uf tak
ing a few more drinks each day and
smoking a few perferloH, and that
sort of thing always gets them In
tho long run.
Kvery ho often Ilyan got a letter
from Kid McCoy, who wrote that bo
was bunging round Now York, look
ing for ii chalice to turn u few dol
lars, and lie usually managed (o slip
In u request for the loan of n five
spot, nlong with a hard luck story.
He begged Tommy to use his Influ
ence to get blm on In some prelim,
and alternately Mattered und fawned
on the champion. Finally McCoy
begged Ityan to go on with blm In
one of the smaller towns "I know I
ain't got a chance In (ho world with
j oil. Tommy," wrole McCoy, "but (be
loser's end looks awful good to me,
and It's a pick-up for you," und so
on In the same wheedling vein
Finally, when a letter came from
Maspeth, begging Ityan to come down
for u match with any one be wanted
to name, Tommy accepted, und good
naturedly offered the chance to Kid
McCoy. He looked on the whole
match as u Joke, and never thought
or going Into training for it.
In Hip Kniinj's Ciinip.
Now, months before this mutch was
made, Kid McCoy hud fallen in with
I'arson Da vies and Joe ClioyiiBkl, then
arch-enemies of Tommy Ityan, who,
seeing championship timber In (ha
Kid, bad (aken blm In hand und were
giving him every opportunity to de
velop, for the express purpose of
evening old scores with Tommy, Mc
Coy's whining letters to Tommy were
ull part of a gigantic frume-up to
tempt the champion, unprepared, Into
the ring with McCoy, and while the
latter was borrowing dollar bills, on
(be plea that lie was starving, he was
In reality living on (ho fat of the land
und training under Uavles' watchful
eye at Ashury Turk Tho match
maker at Maspetb was in on the deal,
bis part being to coax the champion
Tommy Ityan, all unsuspecting, ar
rived at Maspetb for the light.
"I want to let the Kid make a good
showing, so I'll stall along for six
rounds and then go In and finish
blm," be told his seconds. And for
six rounds everything was as per
schedule, but when Ityan started the
finishing stunt, McCoy turned his
back and ran He had Tommy chas
ing blm for u while, and then It
dawned on the latter that, from lack
of training, be was all In Then
Kid McCoy tore In, mid what be did
to Mr. Joseph Youngs was a shame
III the fifteenth, Ityan, battered and
unable to stand on his feet u moment
longer, went to the Hour tor the count,
ami his despised rubber and valet was
declared middleweight champion of
'I lie Last Straw.
Tommy Huii crawled to the bath
house after the light. He wanted 10
bo alone In tils misery and humilia
tion He had a rub and llnally lay
down on a cot to sleep (he sleep of
"I was so tired that I couldn't have
climbed a twenty-foot mountain to get
u million dollars, and you know I
don't hate money," was the way
Tommy expressed bis feelings, tell
ing the story lung afterward "Final
ly I woke up feeling better Some
body was putting hot towels and then
cold ones on my face, and I got to
thinking that, after nil, there were
some people in the world who
wouldn't shake you when you got
licked I opeiud my eyes, mid who
do you think I saw fussing over wet
I hope to die if It wasn't Kid McCoy,
'I bated to do It, Tommy, old pal,' he
said, 'but I Just gotta get the dough.'
"And do you know," continued
Ityan, "the damn little skunk actually
kidded me Into shaking hands with
That's the way Kid McCoy feath
end his nest A pretty Hue example
of the double-cross, Isn't It?"
FIVE TEAMS NOW ENTERED FOR
SENIOR SOCCER LEAGUE RACE
Kamchamcha Alumni Decide to Get Together and Play
Through the Winter Series Chance of Another Inter
Island Match With the Hilo Ball Bootcrs.
Sillier siK'c'ir, with live fast teams
i nti ml In the race for liiiimplunslilp
honors, will be In full swing cailj ne(
month Alrtad) the mi n who ale try -llilT
fur plates on the I'uiiahoii, Ma lie,
IIIlIi Schhol, Ilealalil and Kuiu iilumiil
tuiiiiH are londltloulng tin iu, lves.und
kl. king Ibe bull round a bit to gi I lliclr
hunting musilts 111 shape.
'I lie Kuiiiiliiimih.i Alumni uggiega
tlun Is an uilihd starter When the
iiiiiinil met ting of tho league was call
..I home vve,Ks iikii It looked lis though
the picking" would be slim, as the Ho
nolulu Iron Works, which had a strong
ih veil In (he Held last season, did ln(
liuvii i nuiigli plajers (his year to war-
l ii ii t a (lllli Then the lleul.illlsslepp.il
Into the brcet h, and a four-leum bugiin
w.n oii;nilied A few diys ago the
old K'amVloci got the fever, mid np
pllnl rtn iibiiilsslon as n llftli nam
'llil-i innl.es the siludiile sunn vvluit
oiuplltiit.il. as i aril team will have a
Are You Well?
IF NOT, WHY NOT? CO TOl
Tor a courts of sprouts that will I
rejuvenate you and make you.
lorry that your life it not twicsl
176 S. King St. Phone 24671
vacant Saturday every so often, but
It's a ease of the more llio merrier,
hotli us I gal ds sport and Interest.
I'liiie Is an addid lucilitlve for llrst-
chiss MHiir this season, as It Is likely
that a team will be picked from the
Pi'st pl.i)r III the vailoiis clubs at the
nd of Hie silicon to make u soccer
pilgrimage to 1 1 lio. The llllo plutrs
having llftid the cup which was play-,-d
for M'Veiul siusniis, they are now
considering i Itber the ntfi r of another
trophy or the putting up or (ho old
one- again The Juiiuls to (he other Is
lauds alvas piovhb, a royal good
time, and plates on the tiiini are at a
The cNciutlvo committee of the league
will hold a meeting Thiirsd ly night of
the mining week lit 7 41, at which tho
si In dole will tome up for llual ndop
lion Stintiir) ray bus In en liurn-
lug the midnight cat lion ovir It for
num. time, und has tlraftid an appor
tloument or giimis width he thinks
will mist with Kiiier.il approval Rich
li-alti will play cveiy othir team two
games, the sciihiii to start Decemlur 9
and iIiim- 1'iliru.iry U Double-head-irs
will be the rule, the tlrst game
starting about 2 10 and the second
at .1 tr.
In n file In the wholesale district
n Wichita, Kus.. riiiMiiaii W C. Mc
I'all was killed mill (leorgo Smith,
Foil Smith. Ark., und rul Smith
Coffeyvllle, Kas., wore slightly In-
lured. The cause nsofC Induu-tS 111
lured. The llio caused a property
toss of $i:iLIMH.
MANY NEW ENTRIES
This afternoon Melvlnley High
and the College of Hawaii meet '
on the gridiron In the llrst real :
game of Ibe lnlerseholustlc e-
rles Irrespective of tin class nf
footbnll put up. the game will
be well worth seeing, for colli ge
rivalry Is running uver, and pur-
tlsiins of both tennis will be out '
The game, which will lie piny- j.
id at the old ball grounds at '
Mdllllll. Is scheduled to start lit
3'30 sharp. The olllclals agreed
upon are Ocorge W Wilkinson.
A I. Andrews and flmrge I)-
son Hotel street cars stop nt
the gates, and with the keen In- 't
ttrest felt In football umoiig the '
school and college croud. It Is
probable that there will be n "
large attendance If the weather
Love joy & Co.
Importers and Dealers
Fine Wines and Liquors
902-001 NUUANU STREET
sou: aui:nts rou
Cream Rye Whisky
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whisky
R. E. Wathcn & Co.'s Whisky,
The "Old Hospitality"
"Maui" Wine - A Home Product
The Bartlett Natural Mineral Water
Bottled at tho Celebrated Bartlett Springs, Lake County, California.
At a MEDICINAL and TABLE WATER, It ha. NO EQUAL.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO FAMILY TRADE
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
t. ,ii s i, 4 i 4 g ?
NEW FOOTBALL FIELD
TO BE OPENED MONDAY
The Kaahiiinnnu graminur school
socctr team will tackle lh Kainehii
intha aggregation on the new Kuine-
K..v.ri .,.. nimw.. ct. r mt.lml to haiiuhii athletic III III next Monday aft-
tho entry list In the Hulletln model' " "' "'l-locl T,,N wl" '"' ','L'
aeroplane mutest limine the last few "Pening game on ine new n.-.u. ...e..
,ie i-i.M.. ! I. ..I.. (Ilr-ior of. Is In excellent munition for soccer. I lie
r ' i . ... . t. i.n..
I.t. .w.rk ,,f ll. V M l A. echo Is I'OJS will nave luutii more, ,.,. ...
minor mm -.,r.lre of tin, , i,nl,.t. and on till, scliool lllllipus, vvnere nil inu
.,.,, ...in., ii... a. i.. ll i.mm l.i.l i, Ihihvi games nave nun piii)eu in vne imsi
" " v . .. .. t.
week, dealing out advice and lnforma- Tlie Kam nam is a sirmis or. .v
tlon to the ninny young Inventors who held ilovvn Hie nrsi learn surprisois.,
try out tli. Ir ller and glld.rs In the yesterday Mt.riio.in In Its llrst prac
big games hall or on the loof garden Use game The team has been unable
A.ropl.in.s In g. n. nil. und the II ill- " logellier iwi..r on aieouu. u.
let I u rout, st In particular. Is the one Ibe Int. rch.ss and color series taking
Ul ll WIIOIII IIHK.
During the past week tho color games
BY WILLIAM F. KIRK.
"Please give me," snld the teacher, as she rubbed her tired e)e
'The names of some great Irlslllil.'li, m dears."
And whin u band wiivid fruntlcall. she uotli.d Willi sulprlse
Ihul a grlmv paw was Jlmmle MoA leer's
'Tuns something new for Jliiiinle to be lulen sled hin
A ipiestlon was hefore the bouse, und so
"Will, Jlmmle," suld the teach. r, "nil nc vour fiiinous Iilshiiieu"
lie proudly unsw.rcd, "Here's a feu I know:
".Mi(ilunlt) and llogun,
Mike Kelley, Dicky fogan.
Hplke Khnnnou. Wild Hill Donovan und Ityun;
Mt (Ull and Mcliityre,
Malurky ami McQuIre,
McCarthy. Cusey, Dolan und Ifllrlin;
Wadd.tl. the Phillies' pride;
Jlggs Doiuihue, Mcllrlde,
Mike Dunlin. II McOuIrk and H. Magee;
Mnlonry, Dukuii, latlly.
Jack Hulllvun, 0'Mnlley,'"t-
McMabon, Pat McCnpn and Mike McKce"
"Why. Jlmmle." cried the teacher, "Just wait a moment, please
What did these folks you mention ever do?
Why Is It that you didn't give me any names like these:
Tom Moore, Pnniell and Itobert I.'mniit. too?"
"llei whlzl" exchiluitil the urchin, "I never seen dim guys;
I named do warmest members III dee mess.
De fellers youse are boosting for can't bo so very wist
Dey must hnve played In some bush lengue, I guess!"
New York American
topic of miners. itluli nroiilid the boys'
tiuartirs tin so days
'I'lii, (ii-lli.linonil iielntor III llin nluivii
ill. tun, Is llrru.ir.1 II Damon, ready to.""' " Kam.luiin.lia have been won by
launch an Ing.nloiis glider which has the tnll-enders The Whites, which
.rovid Its ability to sail through the ("ok n Idg lean uuring llio ursi iwo
air at a llv.ly rate Daiiion hus big
Ideas and Is enthusiastic over flying.
Some (hi) he may tluil blinstlf In the
Mat of a full-sled lil.ii lilne, looltlug
down on the roofs from which be Hew
Ills llrst modi Is
n u a
KAM JUNIORS NOW
LEAD IN SOCCER
This afl.ruooii the third socc.r teams
of the Utile ami White will play a
game on the Kam campus, and thu re
sult will be vvutthed with Int. rest
MM... Int. . I iuij UI..IK1 t ui rlnu lu fililtllt
l,.ir ov.r. ami the Juniors are leading tV ?.?", "f
i i - !,.. . ..I.,... II... " milium."!, "' """I i...,i-i I
! II (IliMl lllllftlll win ,..' nL,,,...., ,.u
weeks, have taken a tumble and have
lost three gam.s this week.
On Tuesday the Ileds won the bull
game 10-5 from the Whites, und Ibis
wus certalul) dlscourugliiK to tholr
The llleies are making un effort to
capture llrst honors, and It looks as If
they could turn the trick. There are
six more games to be played, und If
they can manage to win four of them
they ulll land on top
The llrst team busehull games will hu
the feature of the lust part of the se
ries, us tho larger boys lire taking
liiii.h Int. rest III the big team gumes.
A SCHOOL SPORT
Bchool rllle competitions are, an In
novation thut will be Introduced at
Kumchuinvha In the near future. It
Qrammar School Standing!.
W U T
1 0 u
o o i
o o i
0 1 U
Pntiutiml ... . 1
occurred to the red-hot partisans of H j,,,, j
the vurlous "color"' teams a few days 0a j
ago that marksmunshlp should be add
ed to the list of events. Action was
taken promptly, und Ibe team making
the highest score nt the lurgets will
add one point to Its present standing.
Ilnch of the three teams of the
lleds, Whiles and lllues vvlll huvo six
...... I. II... fw...i,t..tltli,i TIim flmt
, . .,i .. ,. fairy goud games, hoth of which were
(.am vvlll be represenled from mem- '
bers of the three upper grades; the Held ,low" "" u' Consider-
Central Oriuiinuir, 1; lolnnl, 0
Punahuii, 1; HI I.ouls, 1.
The Grammar School Soccer League
opened Its season yesterdnv with tun
Although the Portuguese have 8
' cinched tlielr claim on the sec- $
ond half of the Senior League ?
s rles, the schedule vvlll be piny- S
id out, and sev.ral protested &
' games vvlll be fettled before the t
Portiiguesn hook up with the !
Ilavvallaiis, wlmu rs uf the first '
half. In the (holding series for j-
the ltague championship
Sunday afternoon the J A C. S
and Hawaii tenuis will piny off
it game protested some weeks ?
ago, when, on account of uncer-
tain vv.ntbir, the Japanese did '!
not have a full team on (he t
grounds and had to pu( In some
' outsldo idnyrrs This J. A. C-
Kuwait gnme will be (he second 9
of (he usunl double-header. The &
Portuguese and Stars vvlll pro- S
lilt, the curtaln-ralsir. l
... $ .5 ( t? t 4 P ?
tet'ond team from the llfth, sixth and
seventh classes; und the third team
vvlll be composed of new boys from
the fourth und llllli grades
The following lire the. rules of Ibe
contest, which begins Wednesday afternoon:
Pacific Athletic Club's Show
Really Try-Out for Profes
sional Bouts In Future.
right funs who go to the Orpheum
Tin liter next Thursday und Saturday
evenings, to take In the I'aclllc Ath
letic Club's buxlng card, may sea some
rattling rood bouts. Again, they may
not It's all a lottery, for the majority
of entries In ull classes are unknowns,
and whether they are coining cham
pions or destined to nu Inglorious ca
reer making beds In a livery stable, re
mains to be seen.
As a matter of fuel, the bouts are
In the nature of a necessary try-out for
belter things to come In the near fu
ture The club management figures
thai there must tie Iwo or three likely
lads in the outtll, who, with proper
couching ami a chance to show what's
In tin 111, will hecoine good enough at
tractions locally to warrant matchlnc
them with some lighter from the Coast.
That's vvluit tho leading lights of tlte
Puclllc Athletlii Club have In mind,
and all sentimental tulk ubout keeping
Ibe guine here on 11 purely amateur
lutl.r team .....Him Willi hard pu.U Pr; made lis .Ir.lnppenranco this ue..k Pr.mlnlry FirnB,
(his year, I
Thuisil.iy afternoon lust saw the se
niors win lliilr llrst match during the
si rles from the seventh grade by the
scrlptlon list It Is Issued weekly and
thu subscription rates are llfte. n tents
n month lliiroh) Godfrey Ih ut tho
standing. : shots sitting. 2 shots kneel- nnhou. while tho other two elev.ns if ,10 ,)(.nt taM of Honolulu Vont to
lug. 1! shots pi one
1 1 lushed at Maklkl.
I see boxing, they unnt to see the real
1, ..in in.. ..- ..... .. ..... , , ... ....... , -
of 1 to 0 The go.l was made ' " ,'"1"1 ,1'' un" wlU' nrst shot will not count and no rec-l
him Is iicorgu Hush
n n n
by W Kainaloplll In tint llrst half of
t In irulitit
The standing of the Intir-cluss sn- NOTT AND GOTA TO
rlis up to dtle Is as follows:
Juniors .. .
Ki nlors .. .
Seventh (irade . . :i 1 2 U
IIAVIlltHllAW, N Y.Oct 17 L.on
K.telul, brotlur of the late Stanley
K.ti In I, Is the latest aspliant for lion
ors In tho boxing world. lu weighs
lilt pounds uiul Is said to hive all ex
11 lb ut t bailee lu the lightweight divi
sion Slum he begun tiululng hero be
has bad twenty lights us an amateur
ami two piofisslunal bunts, losing only
one of Hie twi lily-two, ami lint on a
foul Ho Is suld to have the oldlliun
shift that muilii his iiiifoiluuulu hrolh-
er famous, und can lilt hard.
MEET AGAIN TODAY
Noll und (lota, who rnn n (lend heat
fn the mile at the Hawaii A. A U.
truck niett September .10, will go thu
loiite again today to determine who Is
tntltbd to medal mid honors. The race
will be pulled off at Alexander Klel.l.
I'unahou, at 4 o'clock
nolh nu 11 have been In strict train
ing ever since the big meet und both
Innry firing only During record no
some youngster who doesn't know how
lug tho fact that yesterday's games
were thu curtain-raiser of thu present
seumn, and thai tho men have had
Utile opportunity to shake down to
gether us football machines, the show- ,iUB tummy rot
Ing wus cretlltalile There was little j nuxig for exercise or boxln to.
tomblnitlon work In elth.r game, but ,rnB , Uw ,mmy qualities la one
some or thu Individual play wus brll- llf ), M,eHt ,lortH tle WOrld. but ',
Hunt il...l.- 1... ...n..i.....u .... .. ui ....
1 1 -i..... 1 I.. ..In. t.. ... u.ili t .-........-. . - ..., ..j uiiwicui. un 11 nuuiv u. truer--
"", ","" , ,. r ii 11 ''" h"1 "llJ "econtl tenms-f. shots Piinahou and St I.ouls i.lajetl at Pu. ,on s mior ilu,m., (10 iong rlln.
uirliiilnii Hut II Id Ikttiiiail uruitUIV mill .... ........ -
Pur third teams C shots prone. The tt n n Utt V a a tt B tin V a a tt H t,ing, and not pay good money to see ''
onl will be mutle of It. I ,,.,.,,. lo defend hliiistlf cut to ribbons by a
. miiiu iiiuj i.iin 111 int. 111 iiih line . ut.ii-
2' Reeord' 'ing during r.eor.l lire dln,uallll.s thu ib.ssler opponent, or see two dubs who
Plve shots standing. C shots sitting (liut re afraid to lay a glove on each
or kneeling, und 6 shots prone IK In 6 Tarae, other
Prtllnilnury on Iron turg.ts, record ,'" " ,r-"ut ""', nmiileur game Is
on n.iiicr tarcets 1"" '" "'" K'K"'' "'"' ",l'r" nr0 enough
Tor the third teams only 10 shots
Tim following will qualify for record
tiring- six with the best scores from
tlrst teams, four with the best scores
from second teams, three with tho best
stores from third teams
Tlrst ttain -Plrst, 8; second, 6; third,
have shown considerable Improvement 3, fourth, 1 Second team Plrst, 5;
In foim Tin. time of tho dead bent second, 3, third. I Third teams Plrst,
'.'; s.coud, 1, third, 1 Total, 30
If any boy of thu second learns should
gi t a higher scorn on record firing than
the fourth boy from thu llrst teams.
Judges II Thompson, I.leut Turner.
If two boys have the same Humbert
of hits, thu points vvlll be awuriled by
the Judges to the boy that has the most
wns f, 24 3-n, and It Is expected (hit
the watch. s vvlll catch something hel
ler this afternoon
WANTED Two more paBSoiiK0rni(i,theu the second team boy will be given
tiuiku up motor party for u trip two extra points
around (be Island, fl00 earh. I.ewla.4. Coaching.
Stables and Oarage. Tel, 2141. Coaching will bo ulluvved In prelim-
139 Merchant Street
M.j.'t..&.tutAaKU.witu!j.i. jk.it. fc-Kjcw wj. ji -u. .uviujuetj fam ift.uL.tJ ii.u-isaittifeiJitM u .i a. vMUtMkx.. iu l
events on thu coming card to Insure
11 good attendance It's tho opening;
wedge for professional boxing on a
sound bnsls, ami with local lads In the
ring to keep up the Interest and pre
vent hlppodromlug and frume-ups by
pugs who travel together across the
ocean In the belief that they are going
lo give an exhibition before a lot of
All the contestants Thursday and
Saturday nights will be matched by
lot, and will box three rounds, with
the possibility of u fourth If the Judges
call for It Mike Paton vvlll referee,
ami he decisions vvlll be given on
points by Lester Petrle, V, U Steven
son und faiureiico Itedlngton.
-. .fefh .. thJ.