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fcaJIa, Brfto X Umpfretv 8taytott and
Broaa, ' Scorer, Eaposot: Time of
g&ae, tttvtt hoar ' aad tweaty-tnree
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H.'h'a' 4-y.. J- line- U.: Lldwl it
tror for ilrft ot rtao fJrat,- beta
tattled by 4BylraaEd Staff. .'AaaUo
took tter -all for elgtit ooubo Bext;
anca, v On tb ftrst E, Baldwin took
the- pldttn to tke HW 17-jard ms
and on tb next two IL caiawm oroac
throngb for gain , of three and two
yarda. On th next play Ernest Bald
win waa aent oyer for a totrchdown.
and owfnjf to'tho dlfflcolt poaltfon of
the ball. QtiarteTbae- , ruacK" mctu
ber failed to booV K between the up-
righta, waktna; the acore ft to . iaa
fnsr the ball on'tho kick-off, the1 Pnna
commenced working it op toward th'
Hlgh'a icoal. and ragged defense wora
by the XtcKlnleyltes aaw the ball go
well into their territory, captain y
ya of the High achool received a blow
on the head at thle atage of the game
and waa Uk'en . out, hla place being
filled bf Kl Fong With good Inter-
ference and faat wont by the Dacn,
the Pmw'took the leather to the High'
11-yard line and AueUn went tnrer for
a touchdown. - Inmaa ktcaeu goal una
tho acore atoodj- to d In favor of Pu-
hahott. The accond "qaarter ended
here. - , .' ..
Third Quarter, ., s '
Pnnahoa l:ked off to the High
School and the, ball waa taken by Sara
Kafaalewal on the aevsn-yard line, who
advanced lt to the':l-yard line before
being tackled.? On the flrat down Sam
waa aent through for a gam oi wree
yarda and'on the second f Braab got
through for a gain of one. The third
down aaw Braah heia bacit ror no
gain and on the last he succeeded in
covering up the yardage. Tnrougn
Croxler and Sam Kabalewai , yardage
was again made and after brief senm
maae the ball went over to Punabou,
the Highs having lost it on downs. On
the first down Austin took tne Dan
through for a gain of five yards, and
on tne nexi runanou was penauzcu
is yarda for holding. On the aecond
down fnman went back for a loss or
two yards, and on the third a punt by
him' rolled over the goal line, where
the High School nearly scored two
points through a aafety, The ball was
put Into play on the Pun's 25-yard
line in possession of the High School
and, through Sam Kahalewai and
Brash, gains of four and three yards
were made on the first two downs.
With yardage completed, Kl Fong was
sent through on the first down for a
gain of two yards, and on the next
Crosier went back for a loss of about
seven yards. A fake pass saw David
KahaUwai get through for three yarda
and Brash made another gain of three
yards through the same place. uVt
this stage of the game. Captain Sylva
went in for Clifford Melin. Through
Brash and Sam Kahalewai the High
School netted gains of 13 yards and
Brash recovered a fumble which
proved a loss. After a minute of play
another fumble lost ground for the
High School and Brash made a good
try for a goal from the field but failed
to boost the ball over. The ball was
recovered for Punahou by E. Baldwin
and lnman punted, the ball being re
ceived by the High School on their 40-
yard line. Time was called here for
the end of the third quarter, the score
being 13 to 6 In favor of Punahou.
Z Braah' started ta ball rorogwita
two rmw which netted toe yards for
hfa aide, and Kl Pong; after a gain of
two yarda,- completed the yardage. A
dash through, center aaw Brash make
a gala of one yard oa the nrtt; and on
the second he got away for four yards.
Straight line " bocks & by the Hign
School carried the bait to the Pirns'
2yard ; llaev i aad after gains whlh
netted six yards, Pattaho- was penal
ized 15 yards for, holding, and the ball
was taken op to wlthto, four yards of
their goal llne still in possession, of
McfClnley, 0e atraighLick Carried
Braab over the, line for a toachdown,
and a goal by-CrcTer'fed the" score.
The .Oghi School kicked off
to Ponalioa, and (he Jjoir and sins
men, by end runs, carried the pigskin
up to the Iligh s 40-yard line. Here
the Highs took a big brace and. after
having gotten the' ball to the 20-yard
line, the Pnahos lost it on downs.
Backs through center, saw the Ilighs
carry the ball up the field, Erasn and
Kahalewai. aided by XI Fong, getting
through for some good gains. The
quarter came to a close with the ball
In the1 center of the field In possession
of the High SchooL' i . " V-?
. The line-ups U4 - ' - -Sylra-(GspL),
We'ltot; I.. . . .... .
: v. Mlnerny, Quintal
Rosehffl, Wong. .. Renton, Kong
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Ah HIn .............. Inman (Capt.)
Ah HIn i Inman (Capt)
D, Kahalewai , .it.-. Gray
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Crozler ........ .V. Menoher
R.H.B.
Braah ... e. Baldwin
L. H. B
Kl Fong, Melln H. Baldwin
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S. Kabalewai, Austin
SoorePunahou, 13. High School
13. 5
Touchdowns Bash. 2; E. IJaldwin
1; Austin. 1. .
Goala-Crozier, 3; Inman. l.
urriclalB Gleen Jackson." referee;
w. . wins, umoire: C. P. Schmutz
ler and Joseph Dwight. timekeepers;
ror. bvans, bead linesman; Ernest
uay and James Dwleht. linesmen.
Next game Oabu College vs. Town
j earn, Saturday afternoon, Nov. 13, A!
exander Field. ?
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PANAMA Officers of the United
States marine corps who uro In Pa
nama, having Just arrived from Nica
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Vany dsalerir-axid stay frjh cnlU t.tc't
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or of the quasi protectorate which the
United - States proposes to establish.
In brief they "report the situation as
follows: - -." '
. There are two elements in the popxv
lation, one the.- land owning and
wealthier class and the other compos
ed chiefly of those who, have no pro
perty. The first class, is, now In con
trol of the governmenL It has'been
struggling for years to retain control
long enough for a permanent peace
to be established and the develop
ment of the country prosecuted. This
it now realizes can never be brought
about because the few who want this
are very much In the minority, .The
people are as a rule excluded from
voice or benefit in the government,
and therefore they are willing to
have any change, since they cannot
v;
lose and W galn by A V.
Classes wno ?.e coiarins ic pres
ent government are quite in favor of
an American protectorate not because
they either love or trust; Amenc-na;
but because they prefer eace and te
presence cf a 'superior people" to teVTer awa
kind of free government they area
customed to. ;' ' - -
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