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KELLY AND BURNS
FIGHT TO DRAW
BATTLE GOES THE LIMIT OF
BOTH MEN FINISH STRONG
Middleweight. Agreed That If Both
v. J'. Were "on Their Feet at End of
Mill No Decision Would Be
A draw at the end of twenty round*
of heavy fighting.
■ Hugo Kelly of Chicago is still tech
nically the middleweight champion of
• the world, but the followers of the
game who watched Hugo go through
twenty rounds of fast milling to a draw
'with .Tommy Burns last night will not
be Inclined to regard his claim seriously
In the future. The battfe was pulled
off In the new pavilion of the Pacific
club and about 4000 admirers of the
ancient art of counter and swing were
on hand to attest to the fact that the
«'game". has still a strong following In
*t<os Angeles. .' '■ . ■ ,- ■ «) ■ .- .
-•When 'Kelly and Burns entered the
ring Referee Eyton announced that
owing to a "disagreement In weight"
that the two men had agreed to a draw
If they were both on their feet at the
end of the twentieth round. When the
men weighed in yesterday afternoon
: Burns was at the required notch of 15S
but' Kelly was overweight, and while
this would hardly seem an excuse for
the two scrappers agreeing to a draw
, Eyton was instructed by the club man
agement also before he entered the
ring last night to decide the scrap a
draw if it went the limit.
;.-. "/' Burns More Scientific
■ As far as clean hitting and scientific
work was concerned the general opinion
was that Burns had a shade the best of
. the fight. Tommy being '• better like!
■ because of his aggresslt/e work through
out, his ability to secure an even break
in the Infighting and clearly outpoint
ing the Italian boy in the long range
Neither Burns or Kelly had any de
cided advantage in any of the rounds,
but taken as a whole Burns showed
to better advantage In landing dam
aging wallops, was eager to carry the
fight to the Italian and while Kelly was
always there , to meet him. Tommy's
: clean cut work earned him the decision
if a decision was to be rendered, even
if the draw question had not been de
cided an even break would have satis
fied the majority at the ringside.
• Burns' foot work was a revelation to
those who figured him a trifle slow
oh his pins, and he danced in and away
from many of Kelly's vicious swings
slid jabs and bewildered the Italian
with his speedy action. Kelly showed
himself to be a trifle slower than ex-
I pected and did not show anything that
might be interpreted as championship
timber except willingness to go in and
hammer away and the assimilation of
punishment handed out by Burns.
Burns Works Jabs
The fight was rather tame up to the
tenth round, with an occasional rally
by both men going into heavy ex
changes and taking a chance to land a
lucky punch. In the tenth Burns
worked a succession of Jabs on Kelly's
sore nose, which had been damaged in
the earlier. rounds and the Italian boy
was bleeding profusely when he went
to his corner at the end of the half.
> Burns' most effective blow was a
right and left uppercut, ■ which he
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TOMMY BURNS, WHO OUTPOINTED KELLY IN 20-ROUND GO
worked continually In the clinches,
Jarring Kelly severely. Hugo seemed
weak In protecting himself In "the In
fighting and Burns took much of the
ginger out of him with a succession of
short arm uppercuts In the earlier
rounds. ■',"•* '■■■s
Kelly played for a lucky punch and
evidently thought that he could wear
Burns down by the latter part of the
fight, discounting Tommy's superior
ring generalship and science until he
was ready to pull over the haymaking
right. But Hugo never got a chance
to rap Burns Into oblivion. Tommy
was always there holding Kelly back
with right and left jabs and when It
came to Infighting the Chicago scrap
per didn't have things all his own way.
When questioned as to hl3 opinion of
the mill after It was all over Referee
Eyton declared that he thought Burns
had slightly the better of the fight, but
hardly enough upon which to give him
the battle on points If a decision had
not . been, thrown out jof the calcula
"When It was all over Tommy Burns
made no mention of the disagreement
over the "weight question" as an
nounced by the referee, but declared
that he (Burns) didn't want a "hair
line decision" and Kelly • had also
agreed that they would play for a
knockout or nothing. Tommy, how
ever, thought he had the fight a mile
and didn't hesitate to express himself
to that effect despite his acceptance of
the "on your feet at the end of the
twentieth" clause which relieved the
referee of the usual prerogative of
picking the winner.
Decision Well Received
The decision was well received by the
house and there were few kicks over
the rather curious ' and unique agree
ment entered into between the man
agers of the pugs. Kelly was about
satisfied with a draw, Hugo evidently
reaching the sensible conclusion that a
"hair line decision" would not have
been for him anyway. Kelly's left eye
was closed and his face badly puffed
at the end of the twentieth, while
Burns showed little If any marks of
the fierce , milling. "f
LOS ANGELES HERALD t SATURDAY MORNING, JULY ag, 1903.
Tommy Jacobs succumbed before
Terry Davis of Salt Lake in Jig time
in the curtain raiser. Tommy started
off to force the fighting, but Davis up
set him with a couple of body Jolts be
fore he had been out of his corner
thirty seconds, and a left swing to the
Jaw dropped Tommy to the mat but the
bell saved him. Jacobs tried a des
perate rally in the second, but Davis
bored right In. Jacobs stepped into a
right upper cut and the perlim referee,
Jack Jeffries, called oft the fatal ten.
The second . preliminary, a catch
weight affair between "Warren Zurbrick
and Dick Sullivan, lasted seven rounds.
Sullivan was outweighed by his rugge3
opponent, and while he showed well for
the first four he began to weaken in
the fifth and in the sixth was on his
heels. In the seventh ■ Zurbrick went
right to him and In a desperate mix
Zurbrick brought over a left to the Jaw
| and Sullivan took the count.
Kelly was the first to enter the ring,
followed by Jack Root, Jim Hlckey,
Aurello Herrera and Bill Sullivan.
Burns followed a few seconds later.
Jack Root examined Burns" bandages
in behalf of ' Kelly and found that
Tommy bandaged with quite a bit of
plaster of - parts. Root objected and
after considerable delay Burns agreed
to get along without the plaster. Burns
was seconded by Warren Zurbrick, Prof.
Lewis and McDonald. The first gong
clanged ait 9:54.'
Following Is the flght by rounds:
Fight by Rounds
Round I—Both1 — Both men advance to center
of ring and fiddle for opening. They dab
ble around considerably without a blow
being struck. They clinch. Kelly shoves
right to Jaw. Burns lands on kidneys.
They clinch. Kelly pushes left ■to Jaw.
Both land light rights and lefts to Jaw.
Kelly lands right on Jaw.
Round 2— Burns lands on head. Kelly
sends right to kidneys. Burns misses
straight left for stomach. In clinch chop
each other on kidneys. Clinch. Kelly
misses left swing. Clinch. Kelly lands
on kidneys. Burns pushes left to Kelly's
face. Kelly misses vicious uppercut.
Burns sends In two jabs to jaw. The
men are still cautious and are evidently
trying to size each other up. I
Round 3— Burns slaps three to jaw;
half clinch. A fierce mlx-up In clinch and
Kelly forces Burns to rope. Kelly sends
two to kidneys, Burns retaliating with
left jab to face. Burns lands hard right
on stomach. Kelly rushes Burns all over
rlntr, landing left and right on kidneys.
Ilnrnn lands hnrd right on kidneys. A
good round, with honorf on Kelly's side
of the house.
Round 4— Burns J*b« two light lefts to
face. Burns swings left «n<l right to face
• gain. Burns Jabs to f«ce with left. Kelly
lands left on jaw. Clinch. Burns rets In
uppercut. Kelly awing* left to Jaw. In
clinch he lands on kidney*. Burn* l«nd«
two hard uppercuts. Kelly tends left to
fact *.nd Burns enmes bark with two to
kidney*. Kelly Jab« left to face. Burns
send* In two to race and follows up with
left and right swing* to face. In clinch
Kelly plnyn two to kidney*.
Round 8— Burns shoot left to Jaw and
they clinch. Kelly sends left to stomach.
Short hut fierce mlx-up. Burns uppercuts
and Kelly plays for body. Burns mlnged
vicious right. Kelly blocks left Jab to
face. , Burns dances In but ft clinch re
sults. Kelly jabs two lefts to Jaw. It
wai & round of light punched on face and
body, with Kelly having alight advantage.
Round B— Both Jn» light ones to face
and body. Clinch. Burns drives straight
left to face. Burns half hooks on Jaw.
Burns minxes vicious right. Kelly sends
*tralght left to face and repeat*. Burns
short left to jaw; tame by Kelly. Kelly
half hooks to jaw. Clinch. Fierce ex
change of rights and left* to face and
body. Burns lands twice on head. Hon
or* even. Both men look fresh.
Round 7— Burns falls short on right
■wing. Clinch. Burn* Jabg left to face.
Kelly gets under a few light Jabs. Burns
land* three light Jab* to face; follow*
with two lefts to face. Clinch. • Burn*
aend* uppercut to face. Fierce mlx-up.
Burns swings right and left to Jaw. Kelly
returns on body. Kelly pushes straight
left to face. Burns return* with hard
right. • Kelly stuns Burn* with hard right
Round B— Kelly crouche* low; sends left
to face. Burns land* right on kidney*.
Clinch. Burns lands right hook on Jaw.
Fierce mlx-up. Both land right and left
to body. Kelly get* right on nose. Kelly
«ends In hard left to Jaw. Burns misses
left to face. Burn* stuns Kelly with hard
right to kidneys 4n clinch.
Round 9— Burn* stuns Kelly with right
to Jaw: follows with right and left to Jaw.
Kelly lands left to face. Burns, right to
stomach. Burns misses hard right. Burns
Jabs four straight left* to. face. Kelly
sends left to kWney*. Burns stuns Kelly
with right hook on Jaw. Kelly Jabs left
to face. Burns sends left to face, right to
body. Kelly misses hard uppercut. Honors
Round 10— Burns lands right on kidneys;
rppeats. Burns straightens Kelly up with
left to Jaw. Fierce mlx-up. Kelly, right
to face. Burns, right and left tp Jaw.
Kelly plays on kidneys. Burns, left to
stomach; lands hard right to Jaw. Kelly
bleeding freely at nose. Kelly lands left
on Jaw. Burns swings right to kidneys.
Round 11 — Burnß Is still dancing,
and misses left Jab to face. Burn*
sends light right to stomach. Burn*
sends left to Jaw and then to stomach.
Kelly sends left Jab to face and repeats
twice. Burns lands left on inoutn.
Burns sends left hook to Jaw. Kelly
sends good stiff left to face. Burns
uppercuts with left and follows with
right Jab to face. Burns uppercuts
four times to face. Burns had much
the better at end of round. Kelly still
bleeding from nose.
Round 12 — Burns lands right to face
and sends left Jolt to heart. Kelly
lands left hook to Jaw. Burns returns
with Jab to face. Burns lands hard
upercut In clinch. Kelly Jabs left to
face and right to kidneys; follows with
three lefts to face. As gong sounds,
Burns sends left to face. -
Round 13 — Kelly Jabs right and left
to face. Burns left hooks to Jaw.
Burns lands three uppercuts on Jaw.
Kelly sends straight left to stomach.
Kxchange of left and right uppercuts.
Burns- misses hard left and slips to
floor. Kelly lands hard right upper
cut. Kelly -was stung with hard one
on stomach. Kelly Jabs right to
and in clinch lands left and right to
face. Hugo had a shade the better of
this round. • . ...
Round 14 — Kelly misses hard right.
Burns lands hard right uppercut. A
fierce mix of lefts and rights to face
and body. Burns swings good left to
face. In ■ clinch Kelly sends In hard
uppercut. Kelly shoots two lefts to
face. Kelly seems to be growing
stronger,- .while Burns has begun to
Round 15 — Burns misses hard right
and left. Burns Jabs to Jaw with both
hands. Kelly lands right and, left to
jaw. Burns uppercuts. Kelly swings
right to head. In a clinch they ex
change body blows. Kelly Jabs left to
Jaw. The honors were even, both men
landing a couple of good wollops.
Round 16-r-After a Tot of fiddling they
clinch. Kelly sends left to face. Kelly up
percuts to Jaw. i Fierce mlxup. . Both land
hard to body. Kelly straight left to face.
Kelly nearly goes over burns' head in an
attempt to ■ land left Jab to face» Kelly
Bends right to kidneys. Burns straight
left to face. Burns lands hard' right on
kidneys. Repeats on stomach. Kelly,
sends in right uppercut and clinches.
Round 17— Burns forces fighting and
lands two rights to ■ face. Kelly sends
left to face. Burns right to jaw. Fierce
mlxup with" exchange of rights and lefts
to body and face. Kelly sends in right
uppercut. Burns stings Kelly In kidneys.
Kelly misses right uppercut. Burns lands
rard right swing on jaw.. Kelly sends
left to Jaw. Burns appears to be getting
Round' 18— Both men roughllng it in
clinches. Kelly ducks hard right and
pushes hard left to face. Burns upper
cuts In clinch Kelly pushes straight left
to face. Burns swings right on Jaw.
Fierce mlx-up— right and left exchanges,
Burns forcing . fighting and is rushing
Round 19— Kelly had better of fierce
mlx-up. Burns upper cuts; Kelly lands
right and left on face. Burns sends in
left to face and right on kidneys. Burns
swings right on Jaw. • Kelly - sends two
jabs to jaw. Burns lands on face and
body. Kelly sends - uppercut to nose.
Burns Is bleeding freely at nose,
i Round 20— Both men are forcing fight-
Ing. Burns lands left and right on Jaw.
Burns drives Kelly to ropea and jolt*
right and l#ft to body, with Hugo cover-
Ing up. K«lly fights back desperately.
Hums rip* hard right to Jaw. They clinch.
At the gong both men were righting
fiercely, with Kelly bleeding freely from
nose and mouth.
KEEFE'S EXCELLENT WORK
, BLANKS SAN FRANCISCO
Pitches One of the Beet Game* of the
Be«son, Allowing Only •
Fly Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, July it.— Keefe
today pitched one of the best games of
the neasom and shut out the local team.
Bight batatnen fanned before him, and
only three hits were made. The errors
of the San Franclacos were costly.
AB R IB 8B PO A E
Doyle, rf 8 10 12 0 0
Bheehan, 8b 4 1110 2 0
Nordyke, lb 4 1 1 0 8 2 1
Eagan, as 4 00 0 2 0 0
McLaughlln, If 8 1112 0 0
Lynch, cf 4 0 112 0 0
Casey, 2b 8 0 0 0 0 6 0
Graham, c 4 0 0 0 9 10
Keefe, p 4 0 1 o_2 _1 _1
Total 15 ~4 ~6 4 27 11 3
ABR IBSBPO A E
Spencer, 8b 8 0 0 0 4 0 0
Waldron, cf 8 0 0 0 8 0 1
Mohier, 2b 4 0 0 0 1 4 0
Hlldebrand, If 4 0 1 1 1 0 0
Irwln, 3b 3 0 2 0 1.0 2
Nealon, lb 4 0 0 0 11 0 0
Wilson, o 8 0 0 0 6 1 0
Gochnauer. ss 8 0 0 0 110
Whalen, p 3 0 0 0 o_4 J>
Total 80 ~0 ~8 127 10 8
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Tacoma 0 0001008 o—40 — 4
Base hit* 0 0 0 0 2 10 2 o—60 — 6
San Francisco 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o0 — 0
Bale hit* 0 10 10 0 10 o—B0 — 8
Three-base hit— Nordyke. Two-base
hits— lrwin, McLaughlin. Sacrifice hit
— Doyle. First base on errors— Tacoma,
3; San Francisco, 1. First ba«e on
called balls — Keefe, 8; Whalen, 1. Left
on bases— Tacoma, 6; San Francisco, 6.
Hit by pitcher — McLaughlln. Wild pitch
— Keefe. Time^ — 1 :60. Umpire— Perrlne.
PORTLAND LOSES AGAIN
TO LEAGUE TAIL ENDERS
By Associated Press.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 28.— Portland
lost again today through an error by
McCreedle and poor coaching In the
twelfth inning. Seattle bunched four
hit*, which, with McCreedie's error,
fave them three runs. Score:
cattle ...0 10 0 0 1020003— T 15 4
Portland .000200020002—8 16 8
Batteries — Roach and Harper; Esslck
and McLean. Umpire — Davis.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTB AT
BRIGHTON BEACH TRACK
By Associated Press. t .
NEW YORK, July 28.— Brighton Beach
Five furlongs— Cinchona won, Mantanus
second, Stestephe thfrd. Time, 1:07.
Six furlongs— Lady Amelia won. Lady
Uncas second, Frontenao third. Time,
1:13 1-5. . • ._
Mile and a sixteenth— The Mighty won,
St. Breeze second, Jerry Lynch third.
Mile and a furlong— Chalfonte won,
Kercheval second, Phidias third. Time,
Vile and a sixteenth— Louis H won,
Binderton second, Father D third. Time,
1:48 1-5. ,
FAST RACING FEATURE OF
YESTERDAY'S LATONIA CARD
By Associated Press.
CINCINNATI, July 28.— Latonia results:
Six furlongs— Ethel Barry won, Lady
Laßca second, Fontesta third. Time,
Six furlongs— Frivol won, Midnight
Chimes second, Mabel Wlnn third. Time,
Mile and a hundred yards— King Ells
worth won, Telephone second, Hortensia
third. Time, 1:46 2-5.
Five furlongs— lnspector Girl won,
Grace Wagner second, Lilita third. Time,
Club house course, steeplechase—Shack
leford won. Lights Out second, Martin
Brady third. - Time, 3:29 3-5.
Six furlongs— J. W. O'Neil won, The
Roustabout Becond, Covlna third. Time,
IRVINGTON PARK RACERS
EXHIBIT EXCELLENT FORM
By Associated Press.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 28.— Results at
Irvlngton Park: •
Five furlongs— Rublana won, Light of
Day second, Mabel Bates third. Time,
1:01%. ■ -i
Four and a half furlongs— Miss Provo
won, Cora Goetz second^ Agnes Mack
third. Time, :85%.
Six furlongs— Black Cloud won, Pure
dale second. The Miller third. Time,
Six furlongs — Dundreary won. Dr. Sher
man second, Mr. Robson third. Time, 1:15.
Six furlongs— Doublet won, Anona sec
ond, Angelica third. Time, 1:14%.
One mile and fifty yards-J. V. Kirby
won, Anlrad second. H. Clay Rye third.
SHUT OUT OAKS
NORTHERNERS GET BUT FOUR
IBERG EASY FOR THE SERAPHS
"Ham" Touohed Up for Ten Hits, and
Five Natlvaa Romp Over
the Pan— The Game
Los Angeles, 5; Oakland, 0.
The surpassing potency of "Bones"
Baum's slants, combined with a
sprinkling of ten safe wallops that the
Seraphic host trapped off the artistic
productions of "Ham" Iberg spelled
defeat and another shutout for the
After the third inning the game re
solved Itself Into an indefinable some
thing which seemed to hesitate be
tween a cricket match and an exhi
bition of the national game. The
northern gentlemen lost heart when
three of the natives had trotted over
the pan and the game was a common
canter for the Seraphs during the re
mainder of the session.
Until the fourth inning Baum
pitched no hit ball, but Kruger broke
the deadlock by walloping the sphere
over second for a clean single and
Graham also found a place on the
bags. Dunleavy's single in the open
ing of the seventh and Kelly's safe
rap in the following period, coupled
with Kruger's and Graham's safe wal
lops In the fifth was all that the nor
therners could Interpret for material
results, while the Seraphs were mer
rily spiking the final patch.
First for Angels
In the Introductory inning the first
Angel amble arrived in the middle of
a family row between the Greeks. Ber
nard was given a life on Buck
Francks' error, but Plood popped up
to Dunleayy, who' made a nifty bas
ket of the sphere, and Bernard was al
so obliterated off the first angle.
Smith dropped a double in left and
grabbed third, while Dillon was be
ing handed transportation. Dillon cut
loose for the second station and Matt
Stanley slammed the ball to Francks
and before the Spalding could be herd
ed back to the rubber Smith had
In the second Boss was hit and Cra
vath passed • a single to the amldshlp
garden. ■ Bobby' Eager then came
along with a pass to left and Boss
found a place in the run column.
Bernard jammed a short one • to
Iberg and jon that worthy's fumble
Cravath put a dent in the rubber. An
other arrived for the locals In the
fifth. Smith . rapped along an easy
one and should . have been forced
through the rail at the first cushion,
but Dunleavy . let the . ball dribble
about the diamond, while Judson con
tinued along to third and* came over
on Brashear's single. The fifth and
last arrived for the Seraphs in the
eighth. Cravath opened with a sin
gle. Eager did likewise and went to
second with Cravath to the last pil
low on Iberg's error. Baum then laid
down a neat . sacrifice of class and
Cravath completed the walk around.
ABRBHSBPO A 13
Bernard, cf SO 0 1 1 0 0
Flood, 2b 6 0 0 1 2 4 1
Smith, 3b 4 2 12 1 10
Dillon, lb SO 1 1 10 0 1
Brashear ss 4 0 12 1 S 1
Ross, If 8 1116 0 0
Cravath, rf 3 2 2 0 2.00
Eager, o 4 0 10 4 10
Baum, p S 0 11 J>. 4 J>
Totals 35 "i 10 "l « II *8 -
Van Rftltren, «* Acf 4 0 0 0 2 1 0
Francks, of & **.... 4 0 0 0 10 1
Dunleavy, lb 4 0 10(61
Kruger, rf 4 0 10 2 0 0
Graham, If 4 0 10 10 0
I Devereaux, 8b 8 0 0 0 0 10
Kelly, 2b 8 0 10 8 8 0
Stanley, o 8 0 0 0(10
Iberg, p 8 0 0 0 1 J J
Totals 82 "o "J *0 84 15 4
BCORB BY INNINGS.
Los Ang#les 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 •- 6
Bane hits 1 2 0 2 2 0 12 »-10
Oakland 0 00000000-O
Base hits 0 000201 10-4
Two-base hits— Smith. Bacrlflce hit*—
Bernard, Baum. First base on errors-
Los Angeles 3, Oakland 8. Left on bases
—Los Angeles 7, Oakland 8. Bases on
balls-Off Iberg 8. Struck out-By Baum
8, by Iberg 1. Double plays— Baum to
Branhear to Dillon; Dunleayy to Kelly;
Baum to Eager to Smith; Bra»hear to
Flood to Dillon. Hit by pitched ball-
Ross. Time of game— l:36. Umpire-
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