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KVENINO nt!L.I.RTIN, HONOMJI.U. T. II, SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 1010.
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NEW FOOTBALL RULES 1
Return KlckJtot Allowed
Tho foollnll tcason In already open
but Urn now rules aro still In prates'
tif ml Jiut incut The Intorcollrgtito
rules cinimllleo which formulated
them, met recently and Hat well Into
llio uvcnlng In nn effort to reconcile
tlirlr theotli-i ir hat fining with tliu
facts brought nut hv n summer nf ex.
Ipcrlmcnt Scvcial iiolnts In doubt
wero cleared, lint others remain Tho
question or forward pibs liomltlcs Is
till open Many thought that under
rule 18, 118 non worded, a player may
run any nuiiilier of yards nml then
make n forward pans Others thought
not mid no decision was reached.
Chnlriimi Wnlter Camp held that
tho rule permits n player to rnako a
forward piss behind the lino of scrim
mage. Th wholo matter was rofcrred
to tho siilicitnmlttce.
The woid "calch" In rule 18 wns
chnnscd Jo "touch" o that tho rule
now reads. "Placrs on ho Bide which
puts tho hall In pla nuv no' in any
way Inlcrfcro with their opponent tin-
in uie inn lias Dcen touched by n
player of either side, except," etc.
Return Kick Not Allowed.
Utile I'd forbids n return kick of any
Fort but Mr Camp bald tho subcom
mlltco would bo nsked to rcoke It.
.Meanlillo, tho rulo must bo observed
Tho lanRiiaso' of rulo 3 m stifled
some of tho coachert, and only hnlf tho
mystery was Bolted. '
It was decided that a piny or remov
ed for caiiKO-lhat Is. for InfrUlon of
the rules-may not bo rnmed; but
It was not sottlcd Mother a player
renuned for liurica m!,y hc returned
If horccorg durng ,h0 Rnme
1,1 .no original draft of tho rules the
rjmniltteo foreot to Imnoso n ncnallv
'.on the hldo whose guard rccohes tho
-ii in a EimipimcK. as luriiiuuen uy
rule 4. section 5, which was aimed at
moss plays. Chairman Camp said that
n penaljy of flvo yards would ho Im
posed. With the excen'lon of cuards
any plytrnay, rc?elvo tho ball arter
It has been put In play by any other
players of his own side
No Help for Fallen Runner.
It wns held that a runner with tho
In I) who has fallen may not bo belcd
to his feet, ns such nsslstanco comes
under the word "pulling" In tho clauso
of rulo 1G forbidding pulling, pushing
and hndlng 'Whether a player Is lla
bio to penalty Tor putting his hands on
others players of his own side was
left to the subcommittee.
If thu bill hits an omclal after It
has been In play. It was decided that
tho play may bo repca'od
BEATS DICK HYLAND
Both Men Finished Strong Af
ter Ten Rodnds of Boxing,
NEW YOJIK. Senlem'icr 27. Pac
kt!)' Mer'arland, tile Chlcaso light
we'ght, outpointed and outbattlcd
Fighting Dick It land In n slashing
tfn-round bout tonight before tho
r.tlrmont Athletic Club
The blggcs' crow'd lint hat oxer
witnessed n contezt before this Club
was prcsunt It ni McParhud's first
niM L'arnllfu hero sluco ho outpointed
Leach Cross, two years ago, and ho
oulcklv won Doimlar favor. No deel
Tnrkln Rnvorc fmni Rlntnc islon wns rendered.
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They are preserved in tlie
cane sugar, spices, inegar,
j etc., and are absolutely pure.
Your Grocer Has Them
Coach A A. Stagg. of tho Unhei-
Blly of Chicago, and Coach Harry Wll
Hams, of the University of Minnesota.
officiated nt n clinic oer tho now foot-
bill rules nt n meeting of fifty "big
eight coaches and officials recently.
Tho following nro somo lnterprcta
tlons adopted by tho Middle West
Hall shall not bo considered In pns-
session of cither sldo unless In tho
actual grasp of tho player, and no
penalty shall be Inflicted until the ball
actually Ioac3 tho hands or tho pass
In Relation to tho restrictions on
tho forwnrd nam., It was decidci) tint
ino pass must no mane nvo jam" nacK
of tho lino of scrimmngo. and cannot
go twenty ynVils bcinnd tho line of
scrimmage but need not cross It.
DOTS AND DASHES.
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Knoo was In town this morning,
and ho looks very well, Tho old fi 1
low feels confident that ho can beat
Jnckson nml Hayes, and then. Inter
on, wlpo out Soldier King.
Kddlc Madison, the llglitv.ulnlit
boxer, will prbbtbly blow into kuwn
within a short tlma now. lla whl
And Charllo Itcllly waltlttg for him
and a matih will quickly be made.
Tho second squadron of tho I'lfth
Caalry In said to have a lot of fine
polo players in Us tanks, and when
tho men reach I.elchuu thora will
ho some now Jntcront (n tho firent
game that nttructd so many peoplo
to Moanalua this season,
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Eyiprttng Bulletin t5c. Per Month
Tho flftcou-mlfo running race which
Is tu coino off on unday, October
lfi, will bo n thico cornered affair.
Counlo Ilnjps has been allowed to
enter, and he, Kaoo and Jackson will
battlo It out. Another feature of
tho afternoon's sport will ho a baso
running -ompetition and a throwing
Tomorrow moinlng tho sprinters
and long-dUtfinco runners wilt meot
nt tho Hoys' Mold, and somo fast
times aro expected to bo put up by
tho cracks Yesterday Paddy Walsh,
the veteian trainer and athlete, rnn
novernl inllfs nt emiiul pic, nnd
bo inndo tho Marathon Kid 'oxtond
himself tn tho limit
Route Dick Cuilon Sick,
Atutrnllntls arc looking forward to
somo great sport In the boxing lino
this summer, for, according to cnlilo,
wo are to bo vlsltod by Hilly Pnpke,
Clubby nnd other Amorleans, and, If
they materialise, most of tlio big
innt hes will take place at the Sta
dium, says a Sydney writer. It Is
cabled that tho boxers In question
havo slgnod agreements to fight hero
under It. U. Mcintosh's management.
Tho trouble will bo In finding suit
nblo opponents for tho Americans.
Our best mlddlcwelghts, Williams,
Crlpps and Costn, nro not in the class
Johnny Summers, tho English
lightweight, scorod another victory
when he met Hob Whltclaw at tho
tlrlsuanc Stadium, although tho Aus
trallan was at least fourteen pounds
the heavier. This was a bitterly
fought battlo and most exciting from
start to finish. The Englishman was
somewhat weak In defense, and Ills
footwork wns not nearly so clever as
in his previous battles. Ilptli stood
up and mixed it In tcvcral rounds,
and the excitement was Intense. The
eighth wns n most strenuous term,
and In the next two Summers was
very weary. Altogether It was rath
cr a close call for Rugland's light
weight, however, aid)hokwas punish'
cd b-ully about the body. White
law was disgusted at thu decision
and offers to lay Summers J500 to
1400 If ho will glvo him n return
Jerry Jeromc.'tho Queensland Abo.
rlglnnl who scored no many vlctoiles
that his admirers were claiming an
other Jack Johnsonhnd his Btictess
fill run cut short when be met Ar
thur Crlpps nt the Ilrlsbano Stadium.
Jrrome always has an old "medUlne
man" in his corner, but has doubtless
lost faith in him after his defeat by
Crlpps. The fight went tho full
twenty rounds, but It was very one
sided, and only In one round, tb
fifth, did Jerome have tho best rf
matters, when ho scorod with both
hands and opened an old wound over
Arthur Pougl i. the South Afri
can champion lightweight, contlnue3
to show excellent form. Ho conced
cd Monty Andrews twenty -two
pnuUds and defeated, tho Australian
at tho Hrfshnno Stadium. Douglas
forced tho lighting right from the
Jump, nnd Andrews spent moBt of his
tlrno clinching and hanging on, whllp
the Bouth African punched him With
rights nnd lefts to the-body. An
drews wns not anxious to right, anu
ho was cautioned by tho refcico In
tlio third and again In the, fourth
round, whon the light wns stopped,
nnd tho refcreo. addressing the siicc-
iators, declared that thoy "were not
getting a fair run for their money,"
J Meeklns, n clever English boxer
who tips the beam at 144 pounds. Is
now on his way out to Sydney fni
the coming boxing boom. He Is maV
lng tho trip on the ndVIco of Johnny
Illll Squires, who has beon busy
getting his farm In order, will arrlyn
in Melbourne In Novemlicr, ready to
tako on all romors With Inng ab
sent, Tllll Claims ' the Austiallan
Eddie Williams, Australia's mid.
dlcwelght champion, mndo a mlstako
when he fought filtt Turner, the Tas.
mnnlaii. Ho wns.givlng away twenty-eight,
pounds Tumor roughed the
middleweight all over thb ring, and
iu tho eighth Turner lnnded'n ter
rific right to tho Jaw, nnd Williams
rolod ncro the, rlng to the rftpes.
Ho made a desperate effort to rise at
eight, but was only sitting up st ton
nnd was counted out Turner Is vorv
promising nnd may yet land the Aus
tralian championship. He is only 2t
yenrs of age. scales 191 pounds, and
possesses the extraordinary reach of
eovonty nine Inches, Which Is three
Inches moro than that of Jack John
The showing of Dick Cullen. the
American boxer, against Mchegan,
when the Australian defeated him
wns ro bid Hint his f i leidls c,ould not
mal.o It onto lutt nllor tha fight
tho Amerlcau took 111 and was vory
'Ik 'I I li'?'l H
tho faro thit confused Hyland The
litter, however, unmindful of punish
ment, rushed continually, landing
swings to the body, but tho dlstanco
was too short for this style of fighting
to ho cffectlvr.
MrFnrl.ind give a flno exhibition mi
boxing, using his furtnrm effectively
In blocking. Gradually ho led his op
poncnt Into msklng wild lunges, whllo
his own blows wcro well timed and
directed. In clinches Mcrarland show
ed to advantage, working a right up
pcrqit to tho, face that drew blood.
Hoth nifn finished strong, tho final
round being fast and oven. McFnr
land h superior work throughout, how
over, was nppnrcu' to the experts.
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Indoor baseball hunch nro
anxious to get 'o work again nnd a
start will be mado at tho 1'aUl'ri
gymnasium soon. '
Ocorgo Angus, when on tho main
land, saw Walter Camp, tho gtcat
football veteran, nnd tho expert Bald
that he w'lshcd more Hawaiian boys
would go to Yale.
Tim rin wrnila wilt hnvn .1 rriCH
for tho Howard Cup tomorrow miJI
It should bo an Interesting event id
tho wind 's good. Tho trophy hta
to bo won twl:c, hhu Howard iiowuii
has one leg in.
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your home such as you've
never dreamed of before. The
Automatic Gas Water-Heater
Is "always on the Job" ready any minute, day 6r
night, to heat water steaming hot and send it rushing
to any faucet you may" open. There is no delay no
gas to light. The Ruud awalxns at the turn of 'a
faucet1 lights its owii gas heats instantaneously
water flowing through its copper coils
extinguishes itself aufomatically when
you close the faucet. The supply of hot
water Is inexhaustible economical. Call
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The horse race that was scheduled
for today may lonio off on Sat
urday, October IS. The dlstanco ha
been changed to half a mile, nud
I.lzzlo Mooro and Mary Wlnkclfleld
will battle it out to the wire. -
Tho II u 1 I o 1 1 n pair of racket,
wlolders yesterday beat tho buntlt
from tho Twlnkiers at least, Ihcro
was one Star man In tho team, lllii
afternoon the Advertiser may be
represented, nnd tho morning sheet
will get it where tho chicken ran up
against the meat ax,
Dr. Hand Is taking a great Inter
est in amateur sport, and ho has
tiken tho, sldo of the boys of the
Outrigger Club who occasionally get
a llttlo monp) from mallhlnls us a
tip. T.is Is thought to bo different
,from others who ply for hire us
1st. To vote at the coming general elcctionflcg
istration closes 110 p. m. Saturday'Sth.
2nd. To secure one or more of those WEATHER-TO-ORDER
Lots in kaimuki or ocean
Yours for a full Registration1 ah'd a big vote.
KAIMUKI LAND m,itd.
r0 MATTER how godd 'the aMle-may
be before they reach the slaughte r
house if meat is not kept right after
killing it becomes tough. We Kefy ollrs
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEIIBR0N & LOUIS , Proprietors
Telephone 1814 , '
Tho Oahu Collcgo has I'etlclul tu
withdraw from tho Interscholnstlo
leuguo and their reasons nro ns-VnU
' Since tio policy of the Oahu Col
lege) Athletic Association has always
been to- encourage .tho participation
of nil students in nil forms of slit
dcrit activity; and
"Since tho Oahu Collego Athletic
Association expressly accepted those
rules last year only experimentally,
in hopo thnt tho objectionable fea
tutcs might later bo eliminated, and
"Silica tho Interpretation of tha
scholarship rulo has proved vory tin
equal and unsatisfactory durliif the
past year; therefore,
"Resolved, 'That tho Oahu College
Athletic Association withdraw fioni
membership In tho Interu'liolattttc
Thn mutter of the A. A. II. WnJ.
also'diBcussed, It being decided, toi
defer action until tho many cltnrul
tlcs Involved, wcro clearc,d up. r
u Jt n ft v v. :: :: rr n
bad for a few wceits. Ho Is now on
the mend .again and will seek an
other match when thoroughly right.
Six weeks honce Arthur Douglas
and Johnny Summors will meet ut' It wjij De one that wo can feci proud of, Our FROZEN OHEAM
tho Ilrlsbano Stadium for a purso nnd PUDDINGS, PUNCH and SHERBET3 stand (ho test of tho most critical.
u blue wilder 01 iouv, uuu wud iium- customer
Isos to do a grout naitio. wtian uiey
last met the Hngllshman won.
Hock Keys, the greatest light
weight Australia lias produ'ed In re
cent years and who will be rcmembor-
od as Having visited America u few?
years ago, hus been on tho rocks for
EOiie tlme.Hock Ib addicted to drink.'
but is now tnal'lng u big attempt to
pull himself together and reenter tho
brlxlng nrnua A subset Iptlnn list
has boon .tipotiPil for Mrfl ICpjh to
tldn1 lirNfilj)rJ!llllctjUles yhlle Hock
Is doing tho "pulling togethei" net,
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