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Monday, December 25, 2000

It's about time
Photographs often are the best way to show dramatic changes in Hawaii, providing an easy update on landmarks, persons and events. At other times, however, photos showing minimal changes during the years remind us that the more things change, the more they remain the same. Look for examples of big and little changes every Monday in "It's about time," which will inform, update and prod a few memories.

By Ronen Zilberman, Star-Bulletin
Boston College quarterback Tim Hasselbeck practices
his passing skills for this year's Aloha Bowl. The Aloha
Bowl has been a Christmas Day tradition in Hawaii since
1982, when Washington and Maryland played in the
first game. Arizona State and Boston College were
squaring off in the 2000 version of the bowl this
morning at Aloha Stadium.

By John Titchen, Star-Bulletin
Prior to the inaugural year's game, Coach Don
James led his team in running drills at Cooke
Field on the University of Hawaii campus.

By Ken Sakamoto, Star-Bulletin
Washington won the game, 21-20, on a last-second
extra-point kick by Chuck Nelson, with Steve Pelluer
holding the ball. Washington quarterback Jim Cowan
was named Most Valuable Player of the game,
although Maryland's quarterback -- Boomer
Esiason -- was better known.

By Ronen Zilberman, Star-Bulletin

This year, the first full day of practice for the teams
was Wednesday. Once again, Cooke Field was used
for practice, as Boston College warmed up as a team
and by position.

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