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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY, JULY 5. 1912.
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Win Fifth Straight
Qlimfcers in Third Place;
Yankees Drop Two More
Cashion and Groom Pitch Na
tionals to Victory 12 to
5 and 12-to.l. .
THREE HOME RUNS MADE
By "WILLIAM PEET.
Jay Carl Cashion and Bob Groom
helped GrifTs Climbers put the skids
under the New York Yankees in the
Concrete Coliseum yesterday, sending
them tumbling down the chute in both
the morning and afternoon combats,
scores ia to 5 and 12 to 1.
The second grand clean up in twoj
days boosted the Nationals ahead of
Chicago in the league standing and the
Climbers are at present just where they
belong, next to the league leaders.
It b estimated that 20,000 persons
sweltered through the eighteen innings
of baseball. Both morning and after
noon battles were poor exhibitions from
a baseball standpoint, but nevertheless
thoroughly enjoyable to the rooters,
who never seem to be happy unless
some poor pitcher is getting the day
lights whaled out of him, and as the
Nationals did the whaling every fan's
cup of joy was filled to the brim.
McCONNELL IS JOLTED.
In the morning it was Lanky Georgo
McConnell who was jolted for 13 swats
and 12 runs. During; the afternoon frol
ic Jack Qulnn. our old hoodoo, yanked
out his old Indian sign and gave It a
fresh coat of paint. Time was when all
Qulnn had to do was to toss his glove
Into the pitcher's box. and It was all
over but the shouting Dut nobody talks
of past performances these das. and
Qulnn was literally drawn and quartered
Fifteen hits. Including two home runs,
helped send 6ier sn even dozen tallies
All told, the day's work In hitting
amounted to ZS safe drives for a total of
41 bases.
This old-fashioned slugging, so dear
to the heart of the fans, boosted the Na
tionals' a erases perceptibly Danny
Moeller worked himself Into the charmed
J00 circle by coming across with a trio
of safeties In each game To be sure
the Yankees presented a patched-up ag
gregation, with Russell Ford, their star
pitcher, covering second base. But even
if the visitors had opposed the Climbers
with the best club they could muster,
the result of both pastimes would have
been the same. The Nationals not only
batted like champs, but gave Cashion
and Groom air-tight support
Tito Home Hans.
The afternoon mix-up bristled with
'amusing Incidents and long-distance
I swatting. Moeller and Roach connected
! for home-run clouts There vtas no hld
' den ball trick worked on the unsuspect
ing New Yorkers, but Gabby Street tried
jto steal third base with the bag already
' occupied, and was saved from looking
1 foolish because Otis sent up a foul 11
Gabby ran all the way down to third
before he discovered that Russell Ford
was perched on the base
On account of the hot weather Griff
took Gandll and Milan out of the morn
ing game after the Nationals had as
sumed a safe lead, plajing Walker In
center and John Henry on first. In the
afternoon Roach, the youngster ob
tained from Jersey City in exchange for
Jack Knight, replaced McBride in the
seventh, and Germany Schaefer played
first. Roach signalized ni reappearance
in fast company by Jamming one of
Quinn's spltballs to the corner of the
left-fleld fence for a home run Great
applause, and cries of "Oh, you Roach!"
from the bugs In the bleachers.
THE AFTERNOON GAME.
When Danny Moeller caught the sec
ond ball pitched on the point of the
Jaw, and sent It skipping to the left
fleld bleachers for a home run, Quinn's
doom was sealed. Moeller's smash was
the opening gun for the fierce bombard
ment which continued throughout the
game
Bob Groom was in great form. He
could have beaten any club In the world
esterday The lanky fiinger simply
toyed with Wolvertons orphans Zlnn
connected for a three-bagger in the sec
ond, and cantered home on Martin's sac
rifice fly. This represented the High
landers lone tally
Gandll provided the only fielding fea
ture when he pulled In a wide throw
from Catcher Henry, getting the ball
with one hand and retiring the runner.
Sloeller Starts It Airaln.
Qulnn steadied down in the second and
retired Groom in the Nationals third,
but Moeller started another parade to
ward the run column by beating out a
bunt Foster died on a grounder to
Sterrett and Moeller moved up to sec
ond Then Mr. Qulnn made the ridicu
lous mistake of walking Milan purposely
to get Chick Gandll. The chunky pitch
er was illy advised, for Gandll smashed
to the right field fence, the ball getting
away from Zlnn, and before It could be
recovered Moeller and Milan were over
the plate.
Qulnn traveled over a rocky road In
the fourth, and was rocked to a fare-you-welL
A smoking triple and four sin
gles well bunched sent over a quartet
of Washington runs.
Shanks produced a safety. McBride
perished, Qulnn to Sterrett. Henry dump
ed a single Into left Bob Groom un
loaded a sizzler through Ford, scoring
Shanks. Moeller shot the ball to cen
ter and Henry came In Foster uncork
ed a triple, clearing the bases. Mdeller
breezing over the rubber behind Groom,
Milan and Gandll went out In order.
With two down In the Nationals' fifth
McBride Was hit by'a pitched ball. Sin
gles by Henry and Groom, followed and
with a bum heave thrown In by Sterrett
the Nationals' total was boosted to nine
runs.
Another In the Sixth.
Foster was given a life In the Na
tionals' sixth on account of Ford's fum
ble, and Buzz moved up to third on
Milan's double. Gandjl died on a
grounder to Sterrett anfl Foster ronfp
ed home. Morgan waa snuffed out. Ford
to Sterrett and while this waa going
on Milan crossed the rubber ,
In the seventh Griff replaced Gandll
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Roach made his first appearance at
the bat In the seventh and celebrated
his return to fast company by smash
Ins the ball over Daniels' head In- left
field for a home run. This ended the
scoring for the Climbers.
The Score.
AFTERNOON GAME.
WASHINGTON. AB. R. IL PO. A. E.
Moeller, rf. 6 3 3 4 0 0
Foster. 3b. S 1 2 0 2 1
Milan, cf. 4 2 13 0 0
Gandll. lb 4 0 14 10
Schaefer. lb 10 0 2 0 0
Morgan. 2b & 0 0 B 2 0
Shanks, if 4 112 0 0
McBride. as 2 10 0 0 0
Roach, es 1110 0 0
Henry, c 4 2 3 6 2 3
Groom, p 4 13 110
Totals
NEW TORIC
Daniels. It
Otis. cf.
Sterrett lb ,
Zlnn, rf
Dowd, as
33 12 IS 27 8 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
4
4
4
4
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2 4
0 0
3
2
Jiartin. 3D..
Ford. 2b. 4
Street, c 3
Qulnn, p 2
Totals SO
Washington 1 0
New York 0 1
5 24
2 3 1
0 0 0
13 3
0 x-11
0 01
Earned
runs Washington. (;
New
York. 1. First base bv errors Wash
tngton. 1. New York, L Left on bases-
Washington, 5; New York, 6. First base
on balls Off Qulnn. 1. off Groom, 2.
Struck out By Qulnn. G; by Groom. S.
Home runs Moeller, Roach. Three-base
hits Zinn. Foster Two-base hit Milan.
Sacrifice fly Martin. Stolen bases Fos
ter. Street. Hit by pitcher By Qulnn
(McBride). Umpires Messrs. Wester
.elt and Evans. Time of game 1 hour
and & minutes. Attendance 10,000.
THE MORNING GAME.
Slim George McConnell. who helped
Rochester win the Eastern League cham
pionship last year, playing on the same
club with Dan Moeller and Eddie Fos
ter was the fiinger nominated by Wol
verton to do the honors.
O riff decided that Jay Carl Cashion
should be able to Inject a defeat pill
.nto the New Yorkers. Cashion waa wild
as a March hare, but had enough stuff
on the ball when he put It over to get
awcy with his game.
Shanks' home run poke Into the left
field bleachers in the seventh Inning was
the big feature of the early combat.
The good looking outfielder hit a line
drive over Daniels' head The ball
struck six feet from the stands and
bounced into the crowd.
Moeller greeted his eld tram mate In
the Nationals' opener by blasting the
ball through Dowd and followed this up
with a clean steal of second Milan rolled
to Martin, who threw the ball over Ster
rett's head Moeller scored and Milan
reached third Gandll ent out, Dowd to
Sterrett, and Milan was over the plate
on the play.
Hits Come Fast.
Hits came so thick and fast in the
Nationals' third that the diamond re
sembled a three-ring circus FUe rur.s
showed up when the dust had cleared
Moeller, Foster. Gandll, and Morgan nil
contributed clean drhes, and with this
display of fireworks were mixed Un
costly errors contributed by Martin and
Ford.
Two more runs were choked ut of
McConnell in the fifth, another ceme our
way in the sixth, and In the seventh
Shanks' homer and Alnsmlth's Journey
around gae the Climbers a dozen marks
The Highlanders hit Cashion rather
hard in the sixth, and scored a quartet
of tallies. A couple of errors by Jay
Carl himself helped the lsltors to these
runs.
MORNING GAME.
WASHINGTON. AB. R. H. PO A. E.
Moeller, rf.
... 5
... 5
... 3
... 1
... 3
Foster. 3b...
Milan, cf....,
Walker, cf...
Gandll. lb...
Henry, lb ...
Morgan. lb..
Shanks, if .
McBride. ss
Alnsmlth. c.
Cashion, p...
Totals 3? 12
17 17 2
PO A. E.
10 0
0 0
13 0 0
0 0 0
3 3 2
NEW YORK. AB. R.
Daniels. If..
Otis, cf
Sterrett. lb....
Zlnn. rf
Dowd, &s
Martin. 3b
Ford. lb
Sweeny, c
McConnell, p
Totals 31 5 4 24 15 S
Washington. 2 0 5 0
New York 0 0 10
2 i :
0 4 0
0 X 12
0 0-5
First
Earned runs Washington. L
base by errors Washington. !
New
York. 1. Left on bases Washington. 4
New York, 7 First base on balls Off
Cashion. S. off McConnell, 2. Struck out
By Cashion, 3, by McConnell. 5. Home
rjn bhanks Two-base hits Moeller,
Ford Stolen bases Moeller, Walker,
Gandll Wild pitch Cashion. Passed
ball Alnsmlth. L mplres Messrs. Evans
ana westerveit lime ol game 2 hours.
Attendance S.0O0.
NOTES OF THE CLIMBERS
Back to third place.
Two more from the Tanks.
It's Ave In a row now.
Good crowd out; 8,000 at the morning
game, and about 10,000 at the afternoon
slaughter. ,
Danny Moeller batted .600 for the day,
connecting safely six out of ten times.
John Henry's percentage was .657.
Roach made a good Impression on his
first appearance.
Twenty-eight hits and twenty-four
runs waa the result of the two games.
It looks as If the old batting lamps
ft ere trimmed again.
Three four-base clouts for the home
folks; Moeller Shanks, and Roach be
ing the donors.
Alnsmlth. caught Daniels asleep at first
base In the opener and threw him out by
Ave feet
MORNING GAME.
Schaefer and Griff, the coachers who
worked on the side lines during the list
triumphant whirl around the Western
wheel, were back on the coaching lines
again.
The comedian did net llko the
heat overly much, and calmly fanned
himself with a red, white, and blue fan
while coaching.
Wolrerton'a team la in bad shape. Russ
Ford, the pitcher, was forced to play
Continued on Pace Nine,
Victory
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
TEITERDAT'S RESULT!.
MORNINO GAMES.
Washinirton, 13 j Tftrr York, 5.
Philadelphia, 4 Boston, 3.
Chicago, 3 1 Cleveland, 1.
Detroit, 8 1 St. Louis, 3.
AFTERNOON GAMES.
Washington, 13 1 New York, 1.
Boston, 6 Philadelphia, S.
Cleveland, 0 Chicago, 4.
Detroit, T St. Loots, O.
GAMES TO-DAY.
New York at Washing-ton.
Cleveland at Chicago.
St. Louis at Detroit.
Boston at Philadelphia.
STAND1NO 6T"tHE CLUBS.
-To-oaj-Won.
Lost Pet. Win. Lom.
Boston n 3 Ml .(15 .471
rhIUdelpcU 11 a Jfl JM AB
WASHINGTON 41 SI M JUT Mi
chieuo e ja .Bi jo
Cleveland 35 35 .SCO JOT .l
Detroit 3J sr .OJ .s .IN
NsvTort M u .34 .34 .Ss
St. Louis. ... IS o 9 .DO ,S
6TANDI.NO OF THE CLUBS JULY 4. JUL
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New fork
MDLLIK TWIRLS
MO-HIT CONTEST
AGAINST BROWNS
Detroit Pitcher, on Whom Waivers
Were Asked Three Weeks Ago,
Shows True Form.
TIGERS COP DOUBLE-HEADER
Detroit. July 4. From the waiver class
tr the no-hit class was the scope of
George Mullin's Fourth of July cele
bration. Incidentally the Tigers took
two games, 3 to 3, and 7 to 0
Two orjthree weeks ago President
NaIn asked waivers on Mullln and all
the clubs in the league tried to buy him
lor U.Xn This piqued George, nho said
he'd show them This afternoon Mullln
pitched a no-hit game The morning
game was easy for the locals who hit
the St. Louis pitchers hard Scores.
MORNING GUIE.
Rt.Lo.iU ABHOAEI Detroit. AnllOAE
Miotteii. a l 3 i i ttf, . ..:
Jantlra. rf .430101 Itiuh. .
.10 10
Kntitta. lb .10 4 0 0 1 f'efcb. cf. ..3300
lntt u .10(411 Crford. rf, 4 i I 0 0
Ijitfrt. 4 3 3 9 0 1 rWMuntT. 1
Ao-.thl 3b. . 4 3 4 ; 0 MorHrtJ, 3b. i 1 11 1 0
llonn. U .30100
Kricfc.il. e illll
Aleurufer. e. 1 0 0 0 0
rUnmg ner p! 0 I 1 0
Louden. 3b .30340
MAfiACP,
OTlftlO.
.. e o 0 I
UUlftt.
L D.
4 10 4 0
... 0 0 0 0 0
Giinor. cj
Crapcm1 . 1 0 0 0 0
nron p l o o J
Aifnioar . . i o o o
Tonlj. .
xuris i
Tr.. . SUM 11 t
"RjltM for Hcn in ninth.
t!ittrd for Bnn in ninth.
fXroit t 0 i 1 1 1 0 x-
St. Louis. 000010003-3
nunj-ShoIU-n. Ltnrrtr. Aoitln. Vltt O Biuh ft).
CY.bh (3) Cnirford. Illta midr-OS Btunnrtnrr, I
in S inninrt off Brown. 2 in 3 inoinffs. Hem run
Ccbb Aotin rUrriact Ht-Lcudm. Stolen ti
Cobb S. MrrUrtT IrouM? rlir, Biifh lo Lowira.
rratt to Aiattn. Umu in ITitt to Knttn Ir"irt
bit on btll Off Hanmcirtner, 3. off Brown. 1. Hit
t-T (itch! tall By BamLgarrrMT. Delehtnt. nd
Cobb br Brown llcrlartr fetruek (mt By B4trm
ftrtnr 3 by WllWt 5 TitM-d twll Aletindfr
L'mpirr- Mfwa liDfn 11x1 bfafridsn. Time of
rtffle 1 hour inl 40 mlnutn.
tFTEBXOOX GAME.
StLouU ABItOAF.1 Detroit ABHOAE
Fhotttn. rf . t 0 4 1 0 I Vltt 3 . . 4 0 0 0
J.ntim. rf 31001 Bwh. m .31410
Hutuu, lb 4 0 7 111 VH cf l!IM
lrtt u 4 0 3 4 1 I t.wford. rf . 3 1 2 0 0
Laporte. Zb Hill Dtlthantr. If. 1 1 0 0
Austin Jb .. 1 0 3 J 1 Morlirt?. lb.. 4 1 1 0
Hton. cf S 0 1 0 0 Louden ftu... 3 3 13 1
i omtxoo. If. 1 0 0 0 ft surttrt. e 4 0 7 1 0
trpbra, c 3 0 3 4:1 Uullln. p ... 4 2 I 3 0
Kiuar p-.tootoi
Hamilton. ,110111 Total .. S II IT I
Jlitcbrtl. p. 0 0 0 0 0
Storall 1 0 0 0 I
Trtalv . 3:ili"l
Ittttrd for Uamllton in ninth.
St Loni, 000000000-0
Detroit 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 x-7
Itan Vitt. Buh Obb Crawford. Delehanty
Louden 17, Htta maJe Off Adama. 4 in I innings,
off Hamilton : in 3 lncinsi . off Mitchell 3 In 1 In
nlns Twra MtaMullrn. IVlehanf Saerlllw
hit Jantzen Sacrifice fij DelehantT Molen bajo.
Vltt Louden Klrt baae on ballj-OS Adams. 2.
off Hamilton I. off Mullln. 5 Fin bajo on etrors
St Louis. 1, Detroit. 5 Left on bases SL Louis 5.
Detroit. 6. Struck out-Bj Mullln. 5. Double fiays
Mullln to Monarty to Bush, l"ratt to Lapnrtr.
rThotten to rratt to Rtrhen. Kutina to Sterhera.
Lmpires Messrs. Dtneen snd tfherVlan. Tims of
came 2 hours and 1 minute
MEET BALTIMORE RIVALS.
Washington Clnntsi Tackle- Weldon
Giant !cxt Snntla).
Next Sunday at Union League Park the
Washington Giants will play the Balti
more Weldon Giants. Sunday, July II.
the local team will play in New York
city against the world's colored cham
pions, the Lincoln Giants, the game with
the Royal Giants being postponed. The
following Sunday. July 21, the)- will play
the Cherokee Indians.
JOHNSON TO FIGHT.
Is Sla-ned to Glie Brittle to Lane
ford nntl 3lcVey.
East Las Vegas, July 4 Johnson en
tered Into a contract to-day with Hugh
Mcintosh, of Australia, through T. S
Andrews, to fight Sam Langford and Sam
McVey In elr months after the Langford
battle. Johnson Is to get 513.000 for the
two battles.
Nationals' Batting Averages Up to Date.
Player. O.
Roach 1
Vaughn -.... 2
Gandll 30
Moeller BO
alKClo tiisit'lll4llit
Milan .74
Foster 74
Johnson. .22
Pelty S
Morgan S3
Schaefer..... ..........43
Alnsmlth SO
Shanks v....4
Henry 41
McBride 70
William '..10
Cashion 24
Hughes 13
Groom. .21
Eatret....... 9
Mnsacr.......... 5
Johnson Beats Jim Flynn
Fight Awarded to Johnson;
Flynn Has Best of Battle
Champion Is Given Bout, as
Fireman Uses Head as Bat
tering Ram.
DECISION IS UNPOPULAR
Special to The Vaihlsrtsn Bmld,
Ringside, Las Vegas, N. Mex., July
4. Jim Flynn's butting tactics, brought
the caotain of the State police into the
ring in-the ninth round of the cham -
pionship fight here this afternoon, and
Referee Ed W. Smith, after puzzling
over matters 'for a few seconds, gave
Jack Johnson the decision. Smith said,
however, that the fight was not won on
a foul. Johnson, during the last few
seconds of the fight had held on deter
minedly to Flynn's arms and shoulders
and complained of being baffled in his
attempts to use his gloes because of
the manner in which the fireman used
his head.
Said Smith: "They both transgressed
the rules Johnson by holding on and
Flynn by butting; but Flynn was the
greater offender. The decision was
given to Johnson because he had the
better of the fighting up to the time.
They agreed fully a week ago that if
there was any interference of any kind
the man in the Id at the time the
bout was stopped was to be declared
the winner."
FLYNN WAS GOING STRONG
That Johnson had scored the most
punches and had brought the most blood
u something that could not be denied,
but that he looked a winner at the time
of the Interference Is a different matter.
It was the opinion of the majority of the
spectators that if Flynn could have kept
his temper and fought cleaner he could
have worn Johnson down.
Flynn was evidently the better trained
of the pair. He a full of fight and
ginger at all times, while Johnson, with a
grin on his face, stalled for fully half a
round.
By the time the sixth round was started
Johnson was a somewhat bedraggled
champion His stamina had been affected
by the constant pounding of Flynn's
gloves against his stomach, and It was
noticed that he no longer maintained the
Idiotic grin which he wore In the preced
ing rounds.
y the way Flynn rushed from his cor
ner it was apparent that he had seen evi
dence of Johnson weakening In the pre
ceding rounds The fireman tore at his
quarry like a bull at a gate, and had
Johnson against the ropej before John
son had taken two steps from the center
johnson clasped FU nn s forearms and
leaned elbows In the hollow of Flynn's
arms In such a way that Flynn was
powerless Flynn lurched and twisted
violently In his efforts to free himself and.
finding he could not do so, used his head
as a battering ram on Johnson s throat
and chin
Johnson Ippeala to Referee.
Johnson still held on and glanced ap
peallnglv at the refree And In the mean
time Prof Watson Burns, the champion's
principal second. Jumped upon the ring
ledge and shouted at Smith "Can't you
see that Flynn Is butting"
Johnson added his oice to that of
Burns, and there was a look of concern
in the champion's eyes
Referee Smith pulled the men apart and
shook a naming finger at Flynn. Flynn
whose blood was up yelled excitedly
"He's holding me. he's holding. Why
don't you make him quit and fight as a
champion should"
Smith turned to Johnson and told him
that the charge against him was true,
and that while he was not as culpable
In the matter of unfair flsht'ng as his
opponent, he was certainly departing from
the agreement
Then Smith waved them together again
and they started to fight Once again
Johnson clasped Fljnn's arms and pin
ioned him. try as he might the fire
man could not free a glove to deliver
a blow He was mad clear through,
and he Immediately resorted to butting,
while Johnson shouted to the referee
for help and Prof Burns on the ring
ledge, waved his arms and cr'cd aloud
about the unfairness of things
Polled Apnrt Font Times.
Not once, but four t mes. did Smith
hae to pull the men asunder and shake
a warning forefinger at Flynn As
often as he did so Johnson stood there
In a noticeably limp condition, and
Fljnn. with his spirit at fever heat
gesticulated and blowed "What am I to
do I am licking the big stiff, and he
Is holding me " And this was a sig
nificant point for those who knew John
son and know of his past battles and
past spells of training know that when
he was himself he never allowed any
one to take liberties with him An extra
hard punch either In a practice bout or
in a real fight brought retaliation from
the champion In the shape of a volley
of hooks and uppercuts But here to
day he allowed a man lighter and sev
eral Inches shorter than him to take
liberties with him If he had followed
his usual custom he would have shook
himself free and batted Flynn's head!'5- Columbus, j Louisrme I.
rm .Ide, to side with hurtful nunrh First same Toledo. 2. Indianapolis, 0. Geoml
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250 47 08 IS 3 .304
84 10 S3 7 1 SOS
2S4 S3 S4 37 2 .206
200 SO SS 14 ' 1 .204
ia 0 18 11 .280
7 0 2 0 0 .2S0
118 18 33 8 3 .379
143 20 30 10 3 .253
SS 11 22 3 0 .230
ISO 21 SO 4 .223
117 18 23 S 3 .314
264 27 S3 0 7 .208
40 3 8 0 1 200
53 3 "10 0 0 .182
SO 0 7 4 1 .170
48 6 8 0S .187
7 0 10 0 .143
S O 0 O O .000
But Instead, he clung to the undersized
fireman like a creeper to a fence, and
wanted to be declard winner on a fouL
FIGHT BY HOUNDS.
Round One Flynn came In with head
down, and rushed Johnson to the ropes.
Johnson smothered the punches, and
Flyrm clinched. As they broke, Johnson
t cored with an uppercut. Flynn butted
Johnson In the chest aa he rushed, and
Smith cried: "Look out" Johnson
laughed, as he held Flynn and tilted
Flynn'a head with a right uppereut.
There was blood on Flynn's cheek. John
son hacked to the ropes, laughing, and
uppereut He laughed again aa Flynn
1 "h'm in estomach. and pressed
..---- D .
his body forward as If inviting punches.
It was a Johnson round throughout
Round Two Johnson brought two
straight lefts to the face. Flynn ham
mered at the body In a clinch, and John
son laughed. When they broke Johnson
poked his )eft Into Flynn's face halt a
dozen times. The blows caught Flynn on
the forehead, but did not stop, the rush,
and Flynn gave Johnson an overhand
left In the mouth, and rammed his right
Into the stomach. Smith ordered them
to break. Johnson landed a right upper
cut and left hook, and Flynn replied
with a right-hand hook. Flynn stopped
Johnson's upprcuts with his crossed
arms, and used both hands on the body.
He got In an overhand left on the face.
Flynn worked Johnson Into a corner,
and scored with right and left on the
head Johnson scored with right upper
cut before the bell.
Round Three Johnson held up his hands
ami caught Flynn as he rushed Flnn
then struck Johnson's chin, then the
cLant,lon winked at Smith. Johnson shot
a left In, repeating the blow with good
effect Flynn hammered at Johnson's
body Johnson tilted Flynn's head with
left and right uppercuts. and Johnson's
mouth bled from Flynn's blowx The
champion held Flynn by the should-rs,
as Flynn droe both hands to the bedy.
Johnson rocked Flynn's head with lelt
punches. Johnson's uppercuts wero
fierce ones, and Flynn's face was covered
with blood. They were in a cll.ich at
the bell
Round Four Johnson shot In a straight
right and left before Flynn closed in
He held Flynn away. The champion put
in uppercuts and pressed his palms
against Flnn's muscles and kept the
fireman from fighting back Flynn landed
some good blows Johnson carried Flynn
clear across the ring with abort right
uppercuts. Flynn poked at the short ribs
with the right They broke from close
quarters and Johnson lost out with a
straight left to the face. Flync bored In
and Johnson's back touched the ropes.
Fljnn swung an overhand left against
the chin Johnson was backing away
at the belL
Round Five Flynn landed left to the
Jaw and eyes They clinched and John
son got to Flynn's mouth wltn a right
left. Johnson Jabbed Flynn's nose three
times in succession. Flynn rushed Into a
clinch and tried to drive a couple Into
Jack's stomach Johnson rocked Flynn's
head with a left uppereut They culd
not clinch and Flynn pounded Johnson's
stomach four or five times. Johnson
started the crowd to cheering by patting
Flynn on the back of the heaJ Johnson
rebuked Flynn for butting ind Flynn
said: "Keep away," and then clinched
They were In a clinch when the bell
rang
Round Six Johnson caught Flynn In his
arms, and Flynn complained as Johnson
held him Flnn struck to wind, and the
referee warned him "Show me." said
Flynn Johnson rushed Flynn and Flynn
rushed him along the ropes, getting In
body blows Johnson laughed In a sickly
manner The referee parted them, and
charged Flynn with butting Flynn said
that Johnson kept holding him. and that
was the cause They were holding at the
bell
Round Seven Flynn rushed and John
son clinched him They broke and John
son stopped Flynn's rush with straight
left His left was going fast and Flvnn
tould not get to close quarters Flnn
carried Johnson Into a corner and poked
in a nara Deny punch When they broke
Johnson drove his right into the stomach
nvnn closed in and fought with both
hands. Flynn blocked two uppercuts. but
a left hook caused his face to drip blood
Johnson got home with swift uppercuts
ana nooks, an damaging punches Flvnn
caught Johnson on the face with an over
hand right Johnson's lifting punches
kept Flynn from working close. It was a
bad round for Flynn.
Round ElRht Johnson tried a left hook.
and Flynn caught It on his gloves Flynn
hutted Johnson, and the referee warned
Flnn and had to part them Flynn tore
In again, forcing Johnson to the ropes
When they parted Johnson scored a tell
ing right uppereut and lifted Fl.nn's
head twice with left hooks. Fl.nn butted
Johnson, and the referee lectured him
again Fbnn said he was holding him.
Johnson kept holding and Flynn kept
butting It was an unfair round on the
part of both men
Round Nine Flynn hammered the body
AnJ TAthneAts innA'f' a Yl w k..as. J
The referee gae the fight to Johnson
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