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FOOTBALL WILL BE
After a scries of discussions which
lasted from ently morning until lato
nt night 08tenUy moio tlinn n linn
tlrtd prolossnrs mill general foothill
coaches, representing n many college
iimi universities or thu country. In
Ktructi'il a ccinnnltleu t tlio Intorcollt
Blalo Athlotlc Association of tlio Unl
toil States to change tlio footliall rules
Mi tlmt wlillc thu Bunio will In- unveil,
ciisu titles nltenilnnt upon It may lie
leiluceil to a mliilmuiii If nut entirely
obliterated, unl s a New York exchange
of December 9. !
Although nvo tnalltnttoiiB wore re
ported to be In favor of retaining the
present rules, there was not a dissent
ing volo on the piiifireil change )c
lenlay at tlio fourtli annuel convention
of tlio association, Vililc!) was held nt
tho Mum) lilll Hotel. '
Suvcrnl nmendmcuta were pitincwel
lint the most important of them w i
that which refcueil to the muss plav
After conslilernlilo discussion Him fol
lowing resolution which vns adopted
liy the executive committee was sent
to the rules committee: I
Piolillilt drugging, limiting mid imll
ing of the ilii)er with the hall have
tho lull liromptly declared dead In ac
cordance with the spirit of the present
rule, and attach vcnaltlos to both J
piling up on the player with the hall
anil any attempt by him to unln ground
nfter his forvard progress lias been
stopped or tho hall Is dead. I
Another Importnnt change proiosed
iwas that telallng to tho forward piss
l( was the desire of thorp present to
siiliFtltute at) unrestricted forward
pass, to he completed behind the
scrimmage, without penally for its
failure, for tho ono nov In use.
It was also ptnioscd to do nwny
with piofcsslonul coaches after 1910.
It was Capt. Neshltl of West Point
who crjstnlllrcd tho bontlinents. of tho
orators Into sonielhini; that wns tangl-
I ill) and upon which action could bo
had. Hu presented u 3eiles of reso
lutions which had previously been
sent to tho delegates and their con
Etltiicnts. They embodied the sug
gestions which later weio recommend
ed to the tides commltteo nod thus
ImU'd tho way foi something dot
junto. Tho dulegatcs came from all pirts
of the country. North, east, wnith and
west wero rcptcbcntcd, and every one
present laid sticss on thu fact that ho
had been commissioned by bis Institu
tion to urgo n radical change of the
rules or to voto Tor tho abolition of
A canvass of the country showed
that 57 Institutions demanded n modi
fication of the present rules, 26 tho'
nuoimon or tho samo, whllo only 5
wero content with existing conditions.
Claiming thoy voiced tho sentiments
of tho students and general public or
their district iu uricr tlio other of
tho delegates said that tho Ameilcan
gamo must bo mado safer or abolished
All Believe in Changes.
Champions of the. gamo woro plen
tiful, Mint conceded that theio wero
abuses that meded radical treatment
They wero not Hitgby men, but ud
milted that to savo tlio gamo changes
must bo mado that would bo effective
In uvery senso of tho wonl. And
thoro wero others who cited the casu
allies or tho past kenson and argued
for tho "end of a sport which caused
tho death and Injury of so many
bravo and patriotic American lads."
but thoy were In tlio minority on
Some representatives said the wen
In positions to say that bills prohibiting
tho gamo would be introduced In some
Stato Legislatures uulostj tlio amend
ments made would do away with possl
bllltles of nccldcnl or death such as
wero disclosed last tc.iou,
Dr. 11. L. Williams of ine University
of Minnesota In his report as chairman
of tho rules commltteo of 1909 brought
the subject officially to tho notice of
tho delegates, ulllinugh H was the
chief topic of coiueisatlon throughout
While he admitted Unit much of the
tilllclsin of tho piesont utjle of pa
wasjustlllod, ho was uristesslvu In kin
defenso of the game ui a whole. '
strong Derenso of Game.
After icri'illng to tho good the as
sociation had done to preserve the
sport he said:
"We have again rcaciiul a critical
situation In football the htle ot
play and the rules governing tho game
aro In the llinellglit heloro tho public.
"There haver hem Ibis jear n few
sad accidents resulting In the death
or serious Injur) of several pin) err
on tenuis cr piomlnent In the ecs
of the public, following this, many
or the newspiK'rs ever leady to
pounce on tho sensational have great
ly dl'nleil and misrepresented the nc
cldents and casualty list until unu
again n portion or the general puhlli
and man) or the college racultlcs hivt
become ngltntcil over t'.ie dangers or
the game and are lunlvll.i? on r.idltui
clmiiKes In the rules or piny.
"Hut t should not bn doing my dutv
If I failed to Include a few statement
of facts that bear very vltnllv on the
present situation. During nnd follow
ing tho season Unit Is Just past, tho
papers retried thlrt)-two deaths us
a lesult of lujiiiles In fii.illiill games
lliese reiorts, tosether with the
great prominence lit it was glvtii to
the dangerous i leinen' In tooth-ill, re
sidling from a fatal accident to one
or lite west point cidels In tlio gtnie
with llnrvitn, and ulmot.t coincident
nllv n serlnith ui-ci lent p Anmpoll.
which nt first It wre tlimight would
piuve fatal, most naturally caused
widespread auxltty nml nlnrni, and
have tesnlled In the faculty demand
Iiir that foitball must be made safer
If It is to survive.
"A vci.v careful an ilyt-ls or the
thirty two deaths reported shows n
gross misreptcseutatloii of fuels.
Alauy lases weie Included which
could In no way be honestly charged
up to football, while but four men on
the teputed list would he ilnssed as
"Tho situation should be honestly
and squarely raced and not dodged.
Hut tho r.ut that never In the hlstor)
of athletics at Yale Princeton, Har
vard, I'chnsvlvanla, Mlchlgjii, Minne
sota, Chicago or Wlrconsln (I men
tion there Instltiitlons'Mhcre ntu doz
ens of others became football has
been pushed In each or them to n high
degree or development for imm ears)
has n single intul accident In rootlmll
ocelli red besides the one that hap
pened this enr at West Point should
have no small weight with men who
give the subject careful and thought
This icporl brought forth many
heated sieeches, with tho result that
before a vole was taken on any lesolu-
tlou ovciy section or tho country had
beet heard from through Its delegates.
Piesldent Crawford or the Western
enns)lvanla and West Virginia Inter-
colleglato Athletic Association report
ed a resolution of that body that root
ball bo abandoned for Ilugby unless
radical changes wore made In the
rules to avoid dunner. He said that
they wero absolutely determined to
cut out the American gnmu unless
thu dnngers weio removed. Ho told
or ono gamo In which eight plnjers
wero seriously Injured.
President IMnln A. Adlcr of tho
University or Virginia made an Im
passioned speech In which lie deplored
the loss or lives and pleaded with the
conference to do away with the gnmj
I,. K. Hall or Dartmouth, nHer talk
dig nt somo length on tlio good points
of tho game, introduced tho following
"That the football rules committee
of this association be Instructed to
usn over) possible endeavor to bring
about such a modification of tho tules
as shall In their Judgment tend to re
duce to n minimum the dnngors of
ih)8lcal Injutles to tho plajers and
iu mo same time retain, so far as lens
Iblo tho deslrahlo and wholesome fea
tures or Ihe game."
After a debate which lasted nearly
an hour It was passed by a vote of
33 to 3. This resolution was quickly
followed li another by Mr. Hall di
recting the rules committee to con
sider all suggestions nnd resolutions
which had been submitted rrom nlj
parts of he country This Included
the set of ihangca piojoi-ed In Cup!
I Neshlt of Went Point and
ndopled liv the executive rnmmilten
The following commllto on football
rules was then elected: I)r. II, U Wil
liams, University of Minnesota; Dr. J.
A Ifnbbltt. Harvard College; K. K.
Hall, Dartmouth College; Mint. II. II.
Ilnckett, West Point; Prof, C. W. Sav
age, Oberlln College; Prof. W. I.. Dud
ley, Vnndcrhllt College, and Dr. W. A.
Lambeth, Un'lvtislty nt Virginia.
Harder In tho day colleglato ssirts
In general .came In for lengthy discus
sion It seemed to be th" desire of
ovcry ono to make college sport clean
er and to separate professionalism
Pror. Thomas 1'. Moran, or Purdue
University, speaking or 'Courtesy nnd
Sportsmanship In Intercollegiate Ath
letics," advanced the abolition of the
LOCAL AND COAST
Things nrc busy nt the Srliitmnu now- been tnken over by tho M. A.
Oarage, and during the past week A llesldts the (In. nils nnd "llcst,"
there have been tunny enquiries as
to tho time that the Stitdeliakvr
Handera Is to arrive. This i.irwlll
cause a sensation in this ill), for
It Is a marvel for the tiioue).
There were two machine on the
Illlonlau for the Scliumun people.
professional coach. Ho also urged the '""' "',P " ' "i1"1" '.' '
propagation r tho spirit of fair play a Studelmker Klectt c The latter
.,, ii. n.irWr,i..,.tn- n.i .....,! " ' " beauty, and should Mid n
mining the undergraduates and more
careful ntlenlldn on tho part of sport
ing writers In, the press to tho real
facts about football.
here will be garni s In which tho
Individual ships will play tho Ma
rines, rirth Cavalr) and Infantry.
1 hese mutches should be most Inter
istlng, and there Is surd) a treat In
store for the lovcis of baseball Iu
season nnd out of season.
i: t: ts
ready purchaser. It is finished In
fine st)le, and Is a very handy ma
chine for running about the ill).
u-.. .oi i ( ..(, i.. n... i' wuiie miiuuer 01 tars in nil
.,v ...-i. ... n i ,., n ... i,,v eliiimu ,,,.., . . , . .. .. .... .,
life" hn unlit "We nro liwi hlclilv He. """ "'c expeiicu ai inn garage tile tillltli-IUIKcd-of water Klori8 will
veloned. If 1 had my wav about li I K.0"' a"'1 nl'!"nK "vm .'" 1m-' n ,a'' l'''tp. and the big bunch of
" . - illiyfMt ,,r mt I- l 1- innnlilii
Tomorrovv Hfternmin at WnlMM
would have no coaching at all In root'
ball except that by the captain of the'
team and his most experienced men. I
dozen or so K. M V. machines.
ItourlstH wlio are to nrtive ott the
ICIcvetniiil will wltuesH sights) that
The Associated Oarage reelved ex the) have not, In all their travcli, ,
would then retrace my steps In tlio ill- """.".. lwo. "'" "' ,"""" l ,"" r '"" '
rectlon or Ilugby and would attempt T" , n.'"1 " 4'!' . I".,,", U,tt" ' Tl'" 0,,"lKK,,r t'1"1' "'" bn '" fuU
to mako football a gamo Instead of n 1,ee lto1'1 '" Pronilneiit Honolulu , barge of the events, and Iho pro-
Dr. J II. McCurdy. director or the'?00"' ,A "4ft,". V" '" ",e,,r ""' 1,e iartW'1 'ul wc" '" ,l,,u'- At 3?"
Y. M. C. A.: Dr. I). A. Sargent or lint- y' w " Touting mr to o'clock the sports will start, and as
..i,.uri ikiMiniiin. jmo Hurt iiioiiiisesj lo lie iniri) KUOU.v
Mr. Odctl ol the Associated (la- a most enJo)nhle time should bot
inge Is still nwny on Kauai, nnd he spent. jlf
Is trnvellng all over the Island Iu I Seven or the smaller canoes have'
his KUsel Knr. He look a Hudson been nut In shape lor sm line, nnd
v.trd University and several others)
also ndvoeated the nlsilltlou of tho
The various committees or the nsso-
plntlnn rill firtn.l nnHfiirlnl.. -.... .. I.n
: '- ,""": l"" "' Jnin .! -11 1 . .1 .. ...
In a floiirshng condition throughout i V . V. . . . ' ,. " "10 w" "' """"
the country. chaser. The (larden Island Is well .,h will do batter than the In
A few minutes before adjournment
supplied with aiilninoblles now- iind ones The innoes or tlio Kamclm-
the rollnwliiir ontcers wen. elert...! r, ,n'" '" """ '""J tomv- nielta A..inllt AsMiclallou will bq al J
the )ear 1910: I "'"' ""I"""" "'"'P nl the Assoc iate.l tlio biaih llils morning, and the Ha-
President Citit rrnnVlln II erc ' y extension wnllan memliers or llieiiuii will, cm
or th llnlle,!- aim,' Miu.,;. A...i. lM I'lnnued ror the near fill me. Isunilii). give deniouslrntloiis or Iho
emv. Vi.i i,.ini. vio.t.ri.i,..., i,. i nrt or cool.ing In the ancient st)le.
II, Tail Mckrnxle University or Penn I Mun"Rcr ""'lw "r " Hatiim Young The flint event will be the sttrf
s)lvanla; Secrelar) nnd Treasurer r"lrnRe "'ports having tetelved no bouid riding ttiuil. nnd Ihe Judge
Prof, P. W. Nicholson Wesle)an Col' le" ll,n" lwcl,t' "w ntaihlne dur- vvl'l awatd the prUe to the man V5I10!
lesie. Mlildtninun t-n., . i--. . lnK "' past two weeKn. Kcvcliletn - dSin feel longest tluiu nnd who?
.Profi V. XV. Mnrvel," nrtiwn Unlvers- "r 'hesewent to till back ordeis. o.i.i sbows the greatest skill In ilolnB,
It)! Pror. W. NrOOldrnnjnlversltv ...-..,.,..,.... ,mrr. nunmu. inn. on uie iiiinni. Ji
... .'.'""" . .. ml- wns sod lo .1. It. flail of IIiIk cllv. Tl. .unn,l ..,,.n l I lio ll, Kiirfi
..I i-inm; ivuiimi i-rcu. r. ii. rawer- .,. . ... tv
son. University of North farnllnn. Tho rc"f "f """ B,,"le ' l,el"B lug mnoe toitlesl, and the crew that,'
Via u iuu: ..... . .
Pror. C. W. Savage. Oberlln College ",n,1 "" "' ",""'", """
nor. r. v. lleyer, Iowa State Collego: . . TV W-.
Prtif. C. W. IlethcrltiBton, University ,l",B.to "' nolI.eublP. The re-
of Missouri ,1'nlr shop Is kept going all the lime.
The new'lootbnll rule com, eo ""'' ,"",''"' ,'""V'! LT" nWb1
met later to hear suggestions from " '"'" '"",l tt0lk ,0 kee' "" wl,h
it,.. ,u.i,.n,,.. i .i. ...... . me work
..... ..v., ,.i.-n ,,, ,,,n iiiiniL-r oi pro-1
lKiseu cnanges in rules.
1. riohlbltion against dragging.
I Maul Is keeping up her end as
' regards automobiles, and there are
pushing and pulling the .la)er'vvtl " '. ","n, Ke cn,t5' ""; n
the ball; also against piling up on tho "Wl ',7 1'8."ml "l ,1rMen'- Mn"5,
Llajcr. nnd against any attempt ot ' the lantntlon men hvo cnts nnd
the pln)er lo gain ground after his "" am ,'"1"l"1 l","'lu '"
prog eis ban been stoiqied or the hall
2. .When a player Is In n isisltlnn
to make a fair catch no phi)er op
IKisIng shall approach within three
) arils or the catcher until the latter
has been touched by or nilssod Ihe
t. Hequlrlng on tho ofrenso seven
men to be on Ihe lino of icrlmmage.
In pla) s across the lino of scrluiniago
not more than throo men shall be
allowed lo ctoss together.
Sergeant Harry got tho N. (1. II
nine together last night at the drill
shed and talked over Ihe games that
are to bo arranged with Ihe best
fleet nine. The tuntter Is In the
I hands of the M. A. A., and sonm nne
A L11..l ., .... ..'... .... ..
.. r.iiiiiiiiuiiuii in mo present ror- "an games snottid bo pulled oft dur
ward pass and allowing an unrestrlct-'lng the short sin) or the warships
ed forward pam to bo completed be- In port.
hind tho lino or scrimmage without! There was a big gathering of iho
penalty ror lis failure. fOunrdB. and alter soma Inletesllng
5. Making compulsory Iho retuov- discussion the leutn that In tn rep
nl of any pln)er on icquest or tho resent the N. 0. II. against the Jack
trainer, doctor or captain of Iho team. le was chosen as follows: Williams,
B Snares. Dreler. II Chllllngworth.
Sccccr Game At lint,1;!1, Um,m' """" nw nn"
r -t j As soon ns Iho fleet anlves tho
league UfOUnaS.athletl(' "m(er wl11 h Interviewed
. with regsrd to what game the)
Thl nfter noon, at the lenctie w""t 'o phi), nnd there Is no doubt
grounds, the Malic and punahous ,,mt "le Hor will put up n corn
will meet In their soccer game and hlncd leant thut will muko the
much speculation ns to the result nrd sit up nnd take notice. When
Is being Indulged In. The Mnlles 'I10 "''Ips were hero last, a picked
nre determined lo win If possible, l,'ll" ,lnm 'hem plit)ed the Utiards,
and as the Puns know that If they n,"l 'he latter team, although not
win this afternoon they will be the Ptopetl) represented, wero only ce
undisputed chnmplons of the series, feateil after n strenuous game by a
brings Its c-attoe ilosist to the beach
before the biggest wave will get the
There will be tines between surf-bnard-tlilc
f mid outrigger ratines,
and these shthild be most Interesting
to wnlih. Tho visitors will see
many stunts beside those on the
program, nud tho whole afternoon
will be taken up with nquatlo
On lVbrunry 12 another fine pro- i
gram of sports will be brought off
for the edification of the second con
tingent of tlio Clark tottrlstH. jjlieio
will be single, three, four nnd six-
paddle canoe races, beside a surfing
taunt" i mo. Then In Ihe big surf
, meie win tie siirtooarii mini;:. '""
Fleet Arranft!dir"l""'"K '""' ll r"ro ,,L',w,,tfn nt'"!
o boards mid sitiftiuocs,
Touionow the first lot
sloiilsts will have u guoil
Ihe pingrnni, which lius
diiiiated' b) Khlets & Co, sbiiws tltej
ni.nl. tlmt lit lie titmii-lil tiff. ?
quite a number also
tx tt a
Bull Games With
they will do their best
lloth teams have a fine lineup, and
the game this afternoon should be n
score of 3 to 1.
The nine Hint wus picked last
night looks very strong, and It would
good one. Should the Millies win Slve any other combination of pl.i)
this arternoon, the two teams will er '" Honolulu u hard go In a
be tied for the ihnmplonshlp, hut 'natch. WlJIInnis and Soareg forma
should the Puns win or draw with "Hong halter), and the rest or Iho
their opponents, they will be chain- hunch nre good In every position.
pions. rtttgie ureier will be n great ar-
In the evont of a tie, annlhergnme nulsltlon jo the (luards. He Is as
will have lo he ulavod to decide the Kd as an)one nl first, and Is a
championship, and from u sporting tno1. collected )onng pln)er, who
point of view It is lo he hoped that !'ln iw gamo ror all lie Is worth,
the Maltes do win toda), for then Then "Kldtlo" Chllllngwortli will
we will hnve some mote soccer, hold down second, nnd he, being nl-
The lineups or both team will be )" n trier, will help the tennt out
us follows; .of many a light hole,
Malles- Prase r, g ; Mullen, rf.; I There will bo regular pun Use In
Anderson, U.; Center, rh.; Mcfllll, 'font or the drlllshed on Titcsdu)
ch ; .Icgler, Ih ; Dwight, or,', 11, n,,d Wednesdn) nfiernonns, and
Halley, Ir ; Carl Oss, cf.; McNIcol, every member of tho team Is expect
II.; P. Halley, ol. ,cd in turn out nml do some work
Punahous lat, g; (Iru), if.;, 'hat will 111 them for the struggle
ItiniluiirL tr . ii.mlauMii .i.. eiDrL .with the best oluvers the tlrpf run
th.i Moir'onel', Ih.; JoekCatt'on, or.; Pt In Hie field.
Plnclnlr. Ir.; Walker, cf,; Koholla,' All the games will be plned al
III.; Maraulav, ol. the league grmtnils, which hnve
nt ot cxcur-X
Ml lime, and?
i ulidiva llinC
It tins been suggested by Judge Dole '
that iho m.'.uka part or Thomas Squaro'
he convcrti'd'lntn a plajlng field tor,
Iho students or tho High School. Tho.'
bo) at present have no proper placo
lor baseball or utiy kind of nthjetlco. i
Tho trees In the center or Ihci spaco
alluded to would h.tvtt to bo rqjuovod,
but those cm thu outsldu iiIoiir the
sldewulks would not bu tuuihed.
Thu ''Seeing Honolulu by Moonlight"
stunt ot thu Y. M, C. A. should prove
vey Interesting this evening, nud some
real fun will bo inJo)td by all tho
membcis, who nro cordially Invited lo !
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