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DICK AND JACK
BOX TO A DRAW
TREMENDOUS CROWD WATCHES TWO M1DDLEWEIQHTS DO BAT
TLE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP MIKE PATTON'S DECISION MEETS
WITH GENERAL APPROVAL CLEAN, SQUARE CONTEST BY
Just a seething; mass of humanity;
Just two young gladiators striving
their best; Just fifty-nine minutes of
suspense, and Sullivan remained the
undefeated middleweight champion
of the Eden of tho Pacific
the contest continued tho fact be
came vcryplaln that here were two
evenly matched, men boxing their
very best and fully determined to
bhow mo puunc oi uonoiuiu inai. i, , ., ., n,.i, mi..-.i
tholrs was a squaro contest, not-' ,-f .,i , Mm ,il,, r-,,i
kaukau pantry and nick gruntt-d. Hul
llvari pulled himself together and land
ed with right on ear; iiortly ntln.
connecting with left. Sullivan's round.
Sovcnth Itound Cordell forced the
fighting and landed with left on face.
Dick camo back with a left that
brought Cordell up standing. Cordell
tried right BWlng to head but Dick
was not there. Clinch. Rcferco broko
thorn and Dick landed left In 'great
style; Cordell shook his head and
smiled. Out of clinch and Dick landed
with left on faco. Jack threw In a Jab
to the wind and the men clinched.
While holding on Cordell swatted Mike
Patton with a backhander and every
'body laughed. Even round."
I Eighth Round Cordell V'.ad'wlth
left to faco and then clinched. Mike
,. .. ...,.. !.., j ,. . I ..; . .. ! ' . , - . (great o
. .. ncuv u-.vcu uuHicwwunsianaing me mnis ana sneers jjHtnuwt n tried with right for
and ono more point from either man I hut havo been thiown out during, nM( but Dick ducked. Sullivan put
would havo turned tho scale, and
would have nnnounccd the rise of
a hew champion (or tho survival of
an old one.
And to ono man above all others
tho strain of the conflict was terri
ble not ono of the principals, nor.
yet the manager of tho show, but
the refcrco, Mike Patton, upon
whoso shoulders the blame or kudos
of tho decision would rest.
And' well did tho genial lad from
Krln deserve the confidence reposed
in him by tho public. When he clo
the Ust two weeks. . . .., .ili,nll( mllPh forcoand Jack
And well did the boys prove that jtfmcned .ra n thc bellows. Dick
they were square ttghtcrs and out .enriches and Cordell again assaults
for one anothei'a scalps. .kidneys. Tatton threw them apart
When the men stepped to the ceu-1 ad jack landed good right on head,
tcr of tho ring with Mlko Patton to. Clinch again and some good'iunghtlng.
talk over the rules to be fought un- Dreakawa') , and Jack rushed In swing
der. It was apparent that there' was ng left and right to head. Cordell did
a slight hitch of some' sort, and It 'his best work In this round. Cor
was made plaint that, Cordell wanted .dell's round.
a "clean break" flgljt. Ninth Itound Cordell started things
Sullivan, would not agree to this, with n Mr light left to fare, nnd In tho
and Cordell at last said "Allrlght,
let it go tho same fa nt the first
vated the hunds of both the pugilists, fight.' Then tho crowd yelled, ana
In token of a draw he was cheered to
Patton's decision Is borne out by
tho talley of points gained and lost
during tho fight. A closo scrutiny
of the notes kept by tho U u 1 1 o 1 1 n
representative rovcals the fact that ( one.
it was easily .seen that the bun
favored the "clean .break" Idea.
However, once the men settled down
to work there Was nothing more said
nbout thc matter, and tho match
was enjoyed to the limit by every-
of the fifteen rounds fought Ave
wero even, five In Sullivan's favor,
and tho other quintet belonged to
A referee who can carry In s b
brain alt tho points scored In n flnr
like that of Saturday night and give
an absolutely fair and correct de
cision Is a marvel. The sporting sec
tion of Honolulu Is lucky In having
a man of Mlko PaUon's abllHy In
And the scene was a marvelous
one to even old timers at- the game.
The Star theater was filled with a
bunch ot fans who simply yelled
themselves hoarse with Joy. Some
ot the biggest people in the city
wcrepresent at the ring side, and' in
the balconies could be seen pretty
well every well-known man about
When Wahllanl and Friedman
stepped into tho ring a great yell
went up, and everyone settled down
to sco at last a flvo or' six round go.
However, as soon as tho men shaped
up to'' one another It was seen that
tho soldier would not last long,
Prlnco Cupid, Mayor Kern and
other prominent personages graced
tho ring side,., and thero were also
quite number ot army officers to
be seen around tho building.
Tho fight Mr x,'iJSWas fn Mlu..N.
Flrit Round Shake1. Sullivan's lead
.with left. .Cordell Illockc-i nicely.
Clinch. Breakaway. Jack lot! to ili.
Sullivan rushes 'In. Clinch. Upon rcf
erco breaking them Hullivanl uicrctit.
no damage. Cordell!-left to head.
Clinch, .Patton 'Feptracd-..thc.m,nml
Cordell came In with fine light- to, hfnd
and then came tq- close quaiters. In
tho clinch Cordell thumped. U.illlvan's
kidneys, lu the getaway SutUynri con
nected with his right .'and shook jack
up a bit. Cordell then' .rushed , the
fighting and landed left and right Die
mlssed with a wicked right. Clinch, In
which Dick', visited tho. kidney section.
On getting f rco Cordeli uuC In. a beaut
to head, rocking his man.'. Cordelia
round. , ,
8econd Tl-unJ Dick , light left to
noso. Clinch. Jack pliV Ujittoo'oii
kidneys. Dink tried uppercut but Jack
dodged. Pa' ton broko them. -'Jack
o Buiuivr wuuiu nut mat iuub. , , ...... . . j.i j . .
Friedman rushed In-and tried to . mp H?? 'fi1.1 ?.? ?"
imuw iu ri&ub iu iiuuu. uitivitimuucv.
land with his right, but the native
easily blocked blm and threw in a
left hook that made the Lcllohua
man look surprised. After the fight
had gone a trlflo over two and a
half minutes, Wahllanl passed tho
pride ot tho Fifth his on tho point,
and not only knocked him down but round
bounced him right out oj the ring
and almost over the edge ot tho
Mike Patton went to the trouble
of counting ten ovor tho soldier, but
tho I.cllchua bloke took no Interest
In tho proceedings and did not recov
er till ho was conveyed to his cor
ner. This short nnd merry (from Wa
lillanl's point of view) go being
over a long wait ensued during
which all sorts of Joshes wero bun
dled about tho theater. Appeals to
Chester Doyle for a speech wero In
order, but thoro was no response.
When Sullivan and Cordell did
step Into tho ring tho house roso to
its feet nnd yelled madly. Sullivan,
who was attended by Jack McFad
den and tho Heine brothers, looked
u trifle drawn, but otherwise At.
Breakaway and Sullivan lands beaut
on point and puts Cordell down for
thrco seconds. Dick ge'sjlna.huiry
and In trying to rush mitten slips and
falls. Upon Dick arising bath clinch
and Cordell visits stomach. Both
clinching as gong goi.-i. Sulllvan'n
Cordell, who had tho Walklkl cor
ner, was esquired by Fellows, Lane
Ilcforo tho fight started Fellows
challenged nny man In tho Islands
to fight at from 116 to 120 pounds
A yell went up from tho crowd urg
ing Jack McFadden to tako the
stranger on, but there was nothing
doing, as tho Honolulu man is aware
ot the fact that Fellows has met
nnd defeated tho other McFadden
"Kid" Terry also announced his
willingness to have a go with any
128 pound boy In tho country. Thoro
wus no rcsponso to cither challenge
nnd then everybody got ready for
From tho start It looked as if,
barring a lucky punch, tho fight
would ho u very evon one. And hi
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Third Round Sullivan leads with
left to head, but no. damage. Clinch.
Cordell to wind. Break. Cordell dan
dy to ribs, clinch. Sullivan good In
fighting. Patton breaks them and Dick
misses with right. Dick straight left
to faco and Jack responds with light
swing on head. Clinch again and Cor
dell pays his respects to tho larder de
partment, Dick puts In a straight left
to faco. and Jack corneal back with a
light to jaw, Sullivan good straight
left to faco. Clinch and much In. fight-
Ing, of which Dick got tho better. Even
Fourth Round Sullivan left wlc?
In succession to face. Clinch, Cordell
'hitting kidneys. On breaking away
Cordell landed good rl'g,ht on pead:
Clinch. Rcferco, separated them.:Dlck
straight left to face. Cordell clinched
and punched kidneys., On. breaking
8ulllvan put In a beautiful (eft to jiose.
ami ifii an opening wnicn jacK did
not avail himself of. Cordell light up
pcrcut, and Dick camo back with, a
lovely rlghthand clout. Sullivan's
Fifth Round Cordell led with left,
Dick ducked, Cordell to stomach.
Clinch. Puttou broko thoni. Cordell
JumiKxl In and landed right. Dick
camo back with left to nose. Cordell
swung vicious right for head but (allot!
to connect. Clinch. Much in-flghting,
both men hitting kidneys. On break
ing landed right to head. Sullivan
visited domnstalrs. Cordell to noso
first blood to Cordell, Cordell's round.
Sixth Round Jack lead for head
with right but pick avoided cleverly.
Clinch. On breaking Cordell straight
left to faco. Moro gore. Clinch. Much
wrestling and In-flghttng. patton
broko them and Sullivan landed with
left on noso. Cordell camo back with
a beautiful right to hoad arid .Dick
smothered up. In the clinch -Cordell
did good kldnoy work and Dick did not
appear to relish It. Mike separated
IIhmii mnl Dick nut In a he.irli of a left
I to fnro, Cordell throw In a Jnh to lliu
clinch hit up the kidneys again. Mike
rt-rnralcd them rnd Cordell threw In ,i
left to stomach. Jack forces the fight
ing nnd throws' In rights .and lefts to
face. Dick puts In a fierce upifjicul
mat aid not quito land rigni. tsnoruy
afterwards Dick swings for head but
Jack was non est Cordell's round.
Tenth Round Cordell right to head.
Dick left to face. Clinch. Dick puts
In good work to tho wind and on break
ing landed with right on ear. Cordell
right to wintl and clinch. Dick misses
iippcrcut In clinch. Mlko breaks them
and Dick lands with left. Sullivan's
'Eleventh Round Cordell left with
left to face. Clinch. Breakaway and
Jack again lands with right and Sulli
van smother's up, Dick does good fool
work a&d gets-left homo again. Jick
throws, right over but' falls to connect.
Sullivan 'lands beautiful left and then
repeated ' the"' act Cordell shakes
things up and lands with left on ribs.
Sullivan Jumps' In but meets Cortlrll's
leu-rinugni in moutn. jacK swings
right for Jaw and lands on head. Even
round. t '
' .Twelfth Round Jack forces tho
fighting from the gong. 'Throws lefts
and rights In to head. Sullivan cllnchoj
and Cordell Jabs kidney's. Dick lands
with left on faco, and Jack throw right
at head but Dick stopped It with el-
jiow.DIck left to faco and then
cnncried. ration tore them apart and
Cordell tried for a knockout wlth.rigbt
but failed. Jack cot In a rood rliht to
beid'arid they cllnchod again. Much
Infighting and Cordell sllrrod Dick's
moneys up again, uoranu s rouna.
Thirteenth Round Cordell' rushuri
In -arid, clinched. Dick' did somo fine
punching at wind. Retoree broke them
and Dick, landed beauty 'on face. Cor
dell landed right on head' and Dick
throw In a left that shook up Jack and
followed It mi by handing out a rlsht
that made Cordell look shaky. Jack
rushes, In and falls through ropes, oil
arising Dick. put In a ripping straight
left and had Cordell going as the gong
werit, ' Sullivan's round.
Fourteenth Round Dick riiulicrt In
and forced Iho fighting. Cordell llirriu
lit fight to head. Sullivan straight, left
to face and clinched. On breaklng'Cor
ilell put good ono Into- ktomach anil
cllnchod. Mlko broke them and Dick
landed with short arm Jolt as ho got
away. Cordell was not to be denied
and landed right on ribs. CUnchCd as
(he, gong went. Even round;
Fifteenth round Shake. Cordell
right jo head: Clinch. Sullivan on
breaking landed with left. Cordell
unco more landed with right and Dick
Juiiiiiod', In and put In a lovely deft.
C'lnchjv,Mlko separated them and Dick
treil uani ror a knockout but there
was nothing. doing. Cordell' rushod tia
and cl)nched all tho tlmo hitting away
t' kidneys. The men had. Just ticcu
pqled I. 'apart when the gong wont
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