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KVKNINH llUM.nTIN, HONOLULU, r ll.TUHBDAV, DKC C, 1910.
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Children's Wear catalogue.
San Francisco, Cal.
Decision of Football Commit
tee About the Game
That tlio latest Aniorlciiii football
Same under the now rule Is likely
to stand (ur ncveral je.ira nt least.
with pcrliaPH a few minor iluiugcs, la
tlio opinion of many of tlio coaches
ami plujomof tlio Now Knclatiil tol
Icko clacna at tlio close of tlio prcu-
l'roiu tlio Hpcituturs' standpoint
mo Biime proicd more popular limn
ccr before, injuries wcro less In
miinlicr uinl w;t loimnetw than fori
many jcars only one ratallty occur-)
rliic in tills Bectlon. That was on
TlidiiksRhliiR Day, ut Wlnsteil. Conn.
AccorilliiR to Trainer "Pooch" Don-
ovan anil Ur. Nltholls, of the liar.
varil eleven, twisted" knees wcro nmro
prevalent than any other Injury.
on" Poor of llrookbn bald tlio
new rules helped his team Immeiikc-
incy guo u greater tminio ior(
heady, speedy men," ho said, "than
was allowed the same plajers under
the old rules, and aro entirely satls
fiKtory except posslhly for the 20
y.ird zono I elating to forward passes
and ou-elde kicks and the dUluluu of
Coach 1'. S. Margin of llowdoln Col
ilege said the new game had great
porallillltlea which ocn tlio larger
.lollegcs did not bring out.
Dr. Carl Williams, representative
of tlio University of I'ennsj lvanla on
ithe football rules committee and
chairman of the. advisory board of
coaches, Is (if the opinion that, whllo
itho now rules have decreased in
I juries, they have not mado tlio gamo
'more Interesting to the spectators.
"The game has been marred," ho
Mild, "by the fact that under tlio new
1 rules prohibiting the giving of an
'slstauco to tlio runner, It is almost
Impossible for either of two evenly
'matched teams to gain more than two
or three conbecutho first downs.
"I would icmedy this by permit
ting tlio runners to receive the atslst
auco of at least one man. If such a
rule were passed It would bo posslblo
to restrict tlio forward pass to back
of tlio lino of scrimmage. This would
give tlio offenso an oven chance. Then
I would remove, tlio 20-jard restrlC'
tion fiom tlio on-sldo kick.
"With tlio experience of this jcar
as a guide, next ear's gamo should
be far more Interesting and Just as
There is prospect of n now soccer
league, with at least four teams com.
posing it, and the probablo teams
will bo Kams, Kurt Shatter, Alllolaiil
Alumni and MeKlnley High.
The Kams have wanted to start
another league, and as each of theso
other organizations Is thinking
strongly of getting Into the game, n
league, will probably bo formed with
in a short time and tlio teams light
for the championship.
This week a picked team fiom tho
Grammar School League is going up
against the champion Kams and try
to put a goal nvor them, this picked
team to represent fhe best plajers on
the other teams of tho league.
There will bo n gamo of baseball
at the I'alama gymnasium this ev Pil
ing between tho Deietaiilas and Pa.
lama Juniors, I'ach team has won
ono gamo, and tho play tonight will
decide the match,
In Huston a thief was caught who
had stolen a glaBS eye from u poor
peddler. Tho thief acted on a sight
sighted policy. Cincinnati Comnicr-
elal - Tilbune
"ALL 1HE POWER
Well Acted Human Nature
Offering by Orphcum
Mr. Hubert McKliu
Jciomo I,o (iovalu
Mr. Charles J. Murphy
Mr, James II. Norton
Mr. Ouy llltncr
ncllrl Deeau. . . .Mr. Arthur ljlton
Jiniccl De l'oiitcnay
Mr, Olhcr I). Il.illoy
Al)Il0 Mri Miss tctty Jonson
jItg, Uorcas Matthews
jh, jjarlon Dunn
ciotcllo Miss Hvn Martella
rjcorco II. Howard has so well linn
(Ied his company of play actors that
10 caI1 B0 awn. n,i IcnVe ticm rr
it day or so with perfect safety; In
fllcti t)ley ,Io ory well without him
Tills Hate of affairs materialized
crjstallzed and harmonized In "All
tho I'ovver of Cold," tho week's opem
lug production at tho Now Orphcum
Tho piece Is a four-act drama, niid
Is u far cry from tho comedy in for
mcr productions, and dcmonstiatcs
the fact that this lompany is "equal
to tho occasion" In nnv phase upper
talnltify to the mimic stage.
The Orpheum was comfortably Ml
ed last night, notwithstanding tho
advent of tho great American attrac
tion at Aula Turk.
MIm Dorcas Matthews again came
into her own last night after a forced
absence as tho result of an accident,
and It was vory evident that her re
turn was appi eclated. Sho took n
leading part In tho now offering and
certainly acted the requirements of
Kach member of tho ist filled tho
role to the satisfaction of a critical
audience, and the applause given
them was hearty and wholesome,
Miss Hetty Jonson had personal
charge of tho title tolo in "AH tho
Tower of Gold," and thero wero cor
tain parts that called for the best
acting there was In her, and sho
"All tho Power of Cold" will bo
given again tonight and tomorrow
night, and is well worthy of tho pat
ronage, that Is being given tho plcco
by thoso of tho city who enjoy bomo
clean, capable acting.
Tho Ocorgo II. Howard Company
will closo their Honolulu engagement
a week from next Saturday night, so
theio will bo another full vveok after
this ono of appreciated talent nt tho
Of courso It Is expected that an
other troup will aiiivo to tako tho
place, of tho Howard Company and it
Is to bo hoped that thero will bo no
falling oft In tho Htand.it d of pro
ductions. DEFEATING WHITES
REDS CAPTURE CUP
rlftcen to ten was tho score of
the baseball giimo last evening at I'a
lama gjm between tho Hcds uud
Whites, In which tho former team
was victorious and won tho Alfred
Ueds A, Akana, c; Hamaiiku, p;
W. Hoaplli, lb; D. Houplll, 2b;
Townseiid. 3b; II. AM, ss; Mclntyio,
rf; W. Saffery, If.
Whites III Ito, e; Zcibo. p; Kali
miiiehu, lb; W. Desha, 2b; D. Desha,
::b;'Aukait bs; Kumakau, if; Mel
I.Ivo (rout are carried from Trench
stirams to Paris sometimes moro
than 100 miles In automobiles fitted
with glass tanks In their tonncaus'.
nt our goods and
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sport calendar. i!
It Tonight. K
tt Indoor Haseball, 1'almiia (l)ni tt
tt HerctniilaM vs. Palauiu Juniors, tt
St Thursday and Friday Nights. St
t Hegiilar M niches lletwcen Ilasc- tt
tt ball Teams nt Y. M. C. A. Oym. SS
tt Saturday, Dec. 17. SSj
SS Dig light at Asahl Thc-atio With it
SS Piollmlnary Hunts St
tt Friday Dec. 23. tti
SS Held .Meet at Port Shatter. SS1
SS Tomorrow Nlflht. St
tt Uotit at Navy Wharf Hclweon tt
SS Young and Hlppcl of (he N" tt
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New OrphcumiThe Criterion
LAST TWO WEEKS
BipRCst Hit of Season
OEORGE B. HOWARD & CO.
"THE POWER OF GOLD"
A Powerful Drama
DON'T MISS IT
Thursday, Friday and Saturday and
Special Matinee Saturday
Any Seat In the House, 25 Cents
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Fvcnincr Prices 25c, 35c. 50c
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'None of Them Undeveloped!
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Eight Finished Musicians!
' GREAT MONOLOGUES!
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WORES PAINTINGS' ON
VIEW FOR FEW DAYS
Splendid Collection Exhibited
By Artist at Alexander
Tho exhibition of paintings by The
odore WoreB in tho Young Hotel
opened last evening with an Informal
lecoptlon under tlio nuuplccs of the
Kllohana Art Lcacuc. Tho nlcturoti
ate fnity in number and will bo on
view until December 17.
It In a fit rlklliiz collection that Mr.
Wines has brought to tho Inlands,
and llluntratcH better than words tho
wandeiiiig of this imlutor over tho
world lu beared of material. Twelve
of tho paliitlugu deal with. Hawaiian
subjects. Japanese, Santoati mid
Q i in 11 lull ftuti tftftt a ii rfi Itt ! tilirttvti li A
bJJIltlllUII Hlll'jl LIQ IW J dl UIIUMII) IIIV
last named being among tho artlst'd
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