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CANS GOES TO FLOOR
UNDER RAIN OF BLOWS
HOW NELSON PUT OUT COLORED WONDER
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July G.
Joo Cans, tlio "Old Master," Is no
more In power In tlic pugtllstjc world
which now rings with tho praises
of Hauling Ncl3on, tho seemingly In
The combined effects nf exhaustion
nnil body bonibnidmcnt did for Cans,
and ho sank as a scuttled ship sinks,
in tho seventeenth round.
Tho result was a crushing blow to
tho smart set of tho pugilistic belt,
who made Cans nn otcrwlielmlng fn
vorlto nnd so awed tho smaller fry of
speculators that betting became de
moralized. They wcro shouting "10
to 4 Nelson Is defeated around tho
ring right up to the moment tho
starting gbng sounded, nnd there was
never n taker. It was the accepted
mmnil 111:11 ;eiMin wuum ue nicruiijr
torn to pieces by the negro's educated
fists and It was only u question of how
long It would take Gnns to en com
pass the Dane's defeat.
It wns n llcrco fight, nil right. In
tho final threc-mlnuto spell of bat
tling, Gnns went to the floor no less
than threo times, but nt that ho wns
not sent sprawling, lie wns so dis
tressed from the punishment inflicted
by the Hauler's persistent milling
that it required very light tnps to
tend the llaltimorcan to his knees.
Gans Goes to His Knees
The closing Bccncs of the fight oc
curred nfter Nelson hnd hammered
his man to the ropes. Gans, who, for
a few rounds, hnd delayed the Inevi
table by1 holding on, gasped nnd
dropped from a left dig in the stom
ach. In his eyes there wns n llttlo
pain but not much ot Intelligence.
Defeat not only stared htm In the
fnee but looked out from his face. Mo
arose wearily as tho count went on
and tiled to nail the Dane with n
light uppercut. It was a punch that
Joe hnd employed with slgnnl success j pressed Gnns round nnd round trio
nil through tho mill, but now the 1 opes nnd in the next round tho fast
sting was gone from it. The attempt tiring nnd badly pummclcd champion
wns a feeble one, nnd Gnns, whoso
knees were already saggy, dropped
nguln fiom n right crack on tho point
of tho chin. As he rested on his knee,
N'elton, who has been filled with bit
terness, reviled and taunted him.
"Get up nnd light!" sneered tho
Dana; hut it Nelson thought thnt
Gans wns shamming, ha never made n
greater mistake. Joo pulled himself
lo his feet slowly nnd painfully, and
tho wnsptsh Norseman smashed at
htm with both hands. A right-hand
er grazed Gans' hend nnd then n fair
ly solid blow from tho samo glovo
took tho negro In the heart region.
IIli knees humped tho mat again, his
head bent, and ho breathed llko n Jnd-
ed horse. Ho nindo ns If to rise, but
ttle count expired before ho Btralght-
cnod nnd Itcforco Welsh turned to
Nelson nnd said, "You win!"
Although Gnns uppercut and poked
Nelson artistically nnd effectively, It
can hardly bo said thnt there was
one moment during tho light when
Gans looked a winner. In tho first
six lounds ho found tho right af way
to Nelson's chin whenever ho wnnted, fourteenth round when Nclhon wns
and whilo many af tho blows wcro fought to a standstill. Ilo paused a
moicly snappy ones there wcro times moment, took fresh bearings, and
wh'on Gnns put all tho strength nt his then went nt his man poll mcll. He
command bohlnd his uppercuts. foic tho loilnd wns over Gnns wus
Whenever ho did so tho best ho nc- Jcrouslilng, holding nnd twisting his
compllshed wus to tilt tho Dane's lolns'in 11 vain effort to cscupo the
head or send the Uano reeling a paco
or so. Tho battle light was ulways
glinting In Nelson's eyes and ho was' Through thb fifteenth round ngnln
always boring In nnd flinging his Gnns either backed or clinched In
nrms nt his dusky opponent. Tho seven soconds out ot ovory ton tho
most discouraging thing to tho Gnns men wero fighting. Nelson finally
men mound tho ring wns tho way pinned him ngnlnst tho ropes nnd
Nelson usslniUntcd Gans' floiccst hummorcd at body und neck until Joo
blows and kept piling In for moro. 'dropped to his knees. When Gnns
It can safely bo snld thnt Nolson nrobo Nelson wns right nfter him,
never, fought moro determinedly Uur-
lug tho wholo of his career. Ho was
after tho champion from boll to hell
and whatever dull moments thero
weio in tho closo fighting wcro iltio
to Guns' holding tactics.
lly the tlmo tho Koventh round be-
gan Nelson s faco was puffed and
blood flowed fieoly nt his noso anil
mouth. It wns In this spell ot fight- inclined to resort to nny old subtci
Ing that he first began to III! tho fugo to get rid ot his merciless, pes
henrts of his bnckers with hopo. Ho torlng adversary, Welsh pulled them
held the negro even nnd there woro buck Into fighting territory, nnd, tho
ninny scvoie slugging mntches with Dano battered hlsjeg nnd aim-weary
which tho round abounded, nnd a opponent clear acioss tho ring. Then
Gans went to his chair with an tin- came the end. '
steady stride and eyos agluro, the air I On the showing made It would,
was vibrant with tho yells of tho Nol- hardly do to say that Oans lost be-'
sou phalanx. causo ho Is old and ring-bore. It is
In tho following round ngnln Nel- doubtful It Gnns, In his prime, could
(.on punlhlied ClnnH nnil forced him to have lived tlirongh mull 11 storm of
dovotu n good deal of tlmo to clinch- action mid liiiffctltii: ns ho exptnleni'
lug and blocking. At tho best ot pd today.'
times Gnns looks serious when in
glove conflict, and It isn't tho easiest
thing to tell whether he Is becoming
downcast or not. In yesterday's af
fair ho had us guessing ns usual, nnd
occasionally when he saw fit to draw
away nnd send in tnntnllzing left nnd
right uppeicuts, wc wcro more nt sea
as to Joe's true condition than ever.
Ho punished Nelson severely at such
times and tho men In Joo's corner
munmiicd that whenever ho slowed
ho was simply testing so ns to have
something In rescrvo for a long-drawn-out
In the ninth round both men wcio
( hammered to the queens taste. Cans,
by this time, was Inclined to prolong
'tho clinches nnd he noted as though
every second's rcsplto ho struggled
lur win iiuwiiuu-ij uuv.uaB.ii ). n ..
,told afterwards in the dressing rooms
that In this particular round Nelson j
'miiMni-Ail I f :inu I ilnti f IrnrtMf
iiiuvivivh wi iiunoi " v
whether you nro stalling or not, but
If you nro ns had olt ns you seem to
be. I'll hammer the life out of jou be-
, ,, ,
foro I m through.
Possibly tho threat acted ns n spur
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10 uuns. in nny case 110 ynniicu 111111-
pelf away from contact with Nelson's
'arms nnd began to
ram In lifting
mtnnlina with lintli fflnvpq Thon
cheers for Gans wero on tho air. Nel-
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son's head wagged nnd ho stood n few
seconds without fighting bnck. Ho
spread his legs and weathered the
storm. Ilcforo the gong ended the
round Nelson was the aggressor
ngnln nnd Gnns" eyes wcro rolling
f-- th- ... t ....i .. tiM
zz zxz a ;.::.i-;.i...;iiy" not nrl8 tuo
body punches. After seeing the way
Nelson boro himself nfter the batter
ing Gnns subjected him to, tho hopes
of the Gnns men wcro dashed.
Tho Diine was very Jaunty whon ho
skipped 'from his chair nt the signal
to get together in the eleventh, llo
was brought to his knees three times.
In no caso was ho flattened out.
When tho thirteenth round began
no ono with an atom of sense would
have given' n rotten apple for Oans'
chances. Ho paid particular atten
tion to holding on and protecting his
body. Onco In a while he rammed in
uppercuts which wcro unerring ns to
distance nnd dlicctlon, hut which
Nel ton cared no more for than ho did
for tho hills' breczo which blow on
Tho Dane had scented victory now
nnd his nrms nnd fists wcro ns busy
'ns Halls at harvest time. He leaned
neck to neck with Gnus nnd ho tried
.to tear away .tho crossed forearms
which nctcd as u fender for thn ne
gro's ribs. Joo wns a badly used-up
.champion nt this tlmo nnd by tho uso
lot a llttlo stratagem the Dnno mnn-
aged to sneak In hard punches below
the guard. Then when Joe sank his
forearms still lower Nelson changed
off to overhand punches, which made
poor Gnns' head twitch nnd 10II: I
I Thcro was ono brief spell In the
short-arm Jolts that woro tearing In-
to his ribs.
punching and punching, and nil thoi
Ilaltlmoroau's thoughts wero ntuno to
saving his hide and lasting out tho 1
Soon utter tho sovontoonth round
.began nnd whllo tho men woro In I
half-clinch, Guns exerted his strength
and pushed Nolson through tho ropes,
It almost lookod us 'If. tho negro wns
Both Teams Work
Yesterday, tho polo team which Is
to represent Onhu In tho games nt
Knplolanl I'ark wns elected by n cob
lectho vote. Tho four men picked ns
tho best to compete against the men
from Kauai were: Angus, playing
one; Denlson, two; Dillingham, three;
and Fleming, back.
Tho men have been out at prnctlco
threo times already, nnd this picked
team will get threo moro practices be
fore tho games. They arc to bo out
this afternoon, Thursday afternoon,
nnd Saturday afternoon for practice.
1 Tho Kauai team is on tho ground,
and Is also practicing. This team Is
composed of: C. A. Itlcc, A. Mnllnn,
Arthur Rico, nnd C, Dole.
1 Tho latter played back for Oohu
for somo time, nnd Is ono of the
ctacks of tho Inlands. The Kauai
tenm has been out of tho game for
n number of yearn and bo may not bo
expected to put up n marvellous gnmo
unless they have Improved vciy un
expectedly In practice. Howovcr, they
and their backers will bo satisfied If
they can put up n winning gamo.
They uavo tho advantage of ownln
, . , ,, , ,i.nr.inr1il.ro.l i,i.li,u In
jt is expected that two ginics will
uu NUjt.ii, iiuivno uuiii kiii mu, 14111
tho rubber has to bo played off. It l&
now understood that tho gnmo is to
.H0 ot fmlr lei IoU o ten minutes each.
Illy agreement with tho Kauai men,
cnch lltacr Is lo bo allotted two
1m i1nml iiiiIhuk I11II1 ttrltt nut nitil
This gamo is not one of tho annual
events or other fixtures hut is pro-
muted by Ebon Low, who offers the
ran) aII:ln .f mmim "'" Vrob
'ah y referee, though tho officios liavn
, in prnclco l8 hns )0elI foimti that
tho field Is In vory bad shnpo. It Is
full of depressions, and n number of
places havo been filled In with sand.
I 'f'lcn, tho field has no sldobonrds, nnd
this will bo tho cause of n good ninny
field wcro so equipped.
Hut, tho men nro going out to piny
polo, and good polo, In splto of all
,it tt It
SICK SHIP SAILORS, PUT
INDIAN SIGN ON YANKS
Dnscball teams from the Kcllef nnd
tho Yankton clashed Sunday la some''
pictty looso playing, In which tho
men from tho hospital ship had the
better of the argument by a scoro (if
19 lo IS.
The Itellcf men are enthusiastic
ball-players, and this afternoon mo
mixing It with the men from tho Iro
quois. They want a gnmo with some local
team, but as tho hospital craft satis
tomorrow for Molokal, it st doubtful
If tho boss will be ablo to make a
gnme, They nro nt liberty only In
tho nfternoon, nnd ns, after their re
turn Snturdny, tho Fleet will bo hero
and many things doing, It lookB as If
they aro not going to play 11 Hono
lulu team uftcr all.
EWAS TAKE THE LATJELS
Tho Wnlannc Senior tenm met dis
astrous defeat day before yestqrday
at tho hands ot the was in a. game
of baseball played on tho Ewu planta
tion diamond, score 16-2,
In the first inning of the Kwns tho
Wntanao pltehcr was bolted clean out
ot tlio box, this Initial spasm being
lespontllile for eight runB.
Kwa line-up was us follows:
M, Fernandez, p; Joo Kilns, c; .1.
1'. Itcnto, Hi; J. Vnnnntta (captain),
2b; M. Rodriguez, 3b; A. T. Silver,
ss; Joo Travcns, ir; newoy, cr; u.
H. Clurkc, rf.
Tho Walpahus will be taken Into
enmp next Sunday at Kwa.
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I July 10 Kntrlcs for Wniklkl Ho
July 17 Mclnorny golf up entries
close, C p, m.
July 17-18 Wild West show.
July 17-18 Iloxlng, Independence
Hull, 8 p. m.
July 18 Fleet Hold moot.
July IS Uu3cba!l, Kama vs. Ko
to; runulious vs. Santa Clara.
July 19 Kuscbull, St. I.ouls vs.
Santa C'lura; Uiumond Heads vs. Ke
lo. July 19 Yachting, Irwin Cup rnco
July 19 Fleot baseball; Ilascbult,
July 19 Golf, Mclnerny Cup
July 19 Walklki regatta.
' July 21, 22 rolo tournament.
Aug, 1 Whlto Box dance, K. of
Aug. 12 I'uunono tennis cup piny.
Additional Sports on Page 7
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Nothing equals, a RUBBERSET Bhavinrjr brush, be
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no separating them from the handle, consequently no dis
comfort .when lathering the face.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Hotel and Fort Sts.
ts making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will 'deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
The Rosenberg Clothins
leads all others in quantity ami quality of goods soil
during this 'talc. We have some more of the r.tock and it's
youn for little money.
Clothing, Shirts, Hats,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
L. B, KERR & CO.,
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v v ks, iN..'itk.ai
Assessment Ho. 8
Delinquent, July 15th, 1903.
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