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VBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, '09.
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The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
Ppnnlp who are a11 t-1,c timc talking tcm
1 VWiv vviiv aiKs pCrancc arc usually people
who use the most intcrqperatejanguage. in answer to a letter
recently written by onc'clf .tljcjsej Harper's' Weekly,",', the great,
American newspaper replied 'Astpllows: "
"Harper's Weekly is by no .means as much opposed to beer as yon
arc. It believesthat ,purc beer, properly made, and agedi it a much less
hurtful beverage' for the common run of people than spirits of any kind.
We ihink of beer as an article of diet; you seem to think, of it only as an
article of riot. Of, course it is more dangerous thin bread or cheese) or ',
even than meat, but it is. not the horror that you think it is. We have
known, intimately, persons who drank a little beer at times, who did not
seem to be useless. We do not recommend beer as a beverage to any
body, The doctors do, sometimes; that is their office, not ours. But we
think that for the common run of prople who are not abstainers a little
beer is a safer drink than a little whiskey, and a ajeat deal of beer
somewhat less dangerous and destructive than a (treat deal of whiskey.
We have always favored the army canteen where beer and light wines
were sold in. limited quantities as bcin? far less destructive than the bad
drinks that soldiers have been gettine in bad places, since people who
feci as you do got the canteen closed. The results of that action Has
been to give our army the wont hospital record of any civilized army in
the world. Editor."
f .While the views of the editor ,of J Harper's Weekly" are not
entirely our own they undoubtc'dly,.rcpresent the sane views of a
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, ' When it comeg to good btfer- therp js .strength and health
in every drop and not a "bit of harm in a barrel. The beer to
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BY V. L.
Tennis Tournament i
Is Going Strong
Yesterday nftcrnoon on (he Y. M.
(A A. courts the tennis totir.innient
was got going properly, ami sev-i
crnl matches In tho first round play
cd off. Kil Canlen, who plnjg a
line gamo nnd tins some pratty
strolls, defeated E. U. ninnchard
two Bets straight, G-3, fi-0. Al
though Dlnnchnrd only got three
games In the two sets he (ought
Well for nvnrv tlfllnt. nml tho ttrnrft
mi paper looks worse than It really
Is. . I
IJ. It. Tracy wet K. I'odmore and
managed to defeat Mm, 6-2. fi-Oi
I'odmore was suffering from an In
jured foot and could not do his very
hest. However, liolh the bos put
up n good exhibition of tennis, and
Tracy showed that he has a Arte '
fore-nrm drive. j
Ilnrnhardt put up a fierce fight
Hgalnst Stevenson, and the joungor
1'lajer looked like winning at one
tinge of tho match. However tho
latter won out, 7-5, 0-i.
Today the tournament will be con
tinued If the rain holds off; several
matches nre to be plujed In the sec
ond round, and tho game promises
to he close enough for nn) thing.
Ed Cnrdcn and O. II. Insulin will
meet, and n fine exhibition of ten
nis should result. jCnrden and In
galls wore the two 'who fought out
tho final of tho High 8chool tourna
ment, and both men play a good
CHlne. Cnrdnn wnnlil hunar n .
nn excellent chnnco of winning tho
r'inwiii niui mullein,,
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..U...MV1 41IM1 OIUVfllHUn win aiuof
piny this nftcrnoon, weather ior-,
mlttlng, nnd It Is hard tn sav hnw
tho match will go. It is Intended
to finish up thq Hmils on Now Years
Day If possible after the big dinner,
which the association Ij getting up.'
Murh Interest Is being taken In
IllO IireHOIlt tmirnnmnnt ...! It
houd lead to an Improvement all
around In tho gutne. There are
lllanv tnptntlAra wkn t.un.l nMAMi...
... , , .. -! . iTw.r.lH illIHUKl
nnd they ahouta drop around at-tthe
wt oj- two. Somqon can njwavg bo
fbuftd, w(,o f .wllljng to 'have ,n
, ."-j.-J-foh'ty imvt .no mexner.
;: Having Bad;Luck
Although thu soccer men had n fi'nr.
fill experience lust Hjitiir.lnv i n,
leagiio grounds ami had enough svvlm-
1, " lt-7
mlng to satisfy them for a long time
they are still on the "war path, and
next Bnturday Ud games nro sched
ules for discussion.
In tho first tho IIIrIi School and
Punahoua will meet anil they should
put up a good game. Then thn Iron
Works nnd Mnltrs will go up against
one another, and another fine exhibi
tion of the game should be ghen.
The game that could not bo plajed
last Saturday, owing to the rain, will
bo fought out nfter' tho series Is fin
ished. There will, Including next Sat
urday, be three more football da) s and
Hie wind up of tho season Is scheduled
for Saturday, January if,.
The soccer league has had tho norsi
of luck this season, and the element
worn to hne conspired against them
High winds nnd rain bine Interfunl
with all the games 'so far, and the
crowd has stnjed away not wishing lo
risk a ducking or catching n bad cold
Should tho wonthcT-show any signs
of clmtrlng on Saturday tho games will
bo played, and all tho plajers are tak
ing surf boards out with them; the,)
In case of a sudden, downpour the
boys will he ready to do sonic stu.sii
that will keep tho spectators amused
a, a n
New Year's. Sports
At Athletic Park
Marathon .Incksoh Is on the wnr
path onie more and' feels sore at not
bolng In tho tcn'mllo race on New
Year's Day, Nigel thinks ho can
beat eliher Knoo Or Tsukamoto over
a ten mile (nurse and nnnouncs that
he will Challenge the winner of the
vi rui ui-Ai Daiuruiiyj
Jackson, sajs he was not In foim
or me ten in no race' mat was run
nt the Athletic I'ark and which was
won by Tsukamoto. The Marathon
champion says th.nl he never trained
for the race nnd consequently could
not da himself Justice.
However, be thut ns It may, the
fait remains thai the ten mile race
next Saturday la going to he a fine
event, and Kaob -and Tsukamoto
Will lllll. I Illll M ,tH tltrl. iWtll I.a
ipokcn of for eaiMo eoilie. Any-
ifj who nw mo nrsi ien mno race
between thn turf Innii will "ramm.
bor how the 'n liners stuck closo to-,
rrrtt linn t.. K.-iil' . t l
r-u,ui' i ii Hiivruiup, nnu now
nt thn nnluh Itum sT.it t ..Jh
-.. u , ..wu 'iiv tn n ojii nit,
that Hlniplyj'ilroyijl (ho 8ecta.tbr
v.iuaj, jvimi men' wncu THUKnmoto
anSWOrPrl tltnithri11fhiTn uti.l k..slnl.
ed up leeiwlthlKoo,1hiw dldMhb
Jiipnnesu go up in tho nlr with delight?
The. ruce was spoiled owing to nn
unfortunate Incident at the finish,
and the result would have been very
closo only for 'the fact thut Kuoo
slipped and fell.
Next Saturday here should be
nothing of the knd. nnd tho mat
ter of which Is. tho better man oor
tho ten mile (distance will be de-
CltlCll nlieO llllll flir nil TunUmnlii
Is being looked after by an eiperl-
1'iiicti irninorand ns he is wise to
distance running now he should put
up ma nice or his llftf, ,
Tho old iiWalaluu Horse" Is
training hard and', feeli? o nt n.
possible. There Is going to be an
minim record broken -for ten miles
next Saturday for sure.,
Tho track at tho1 Athletic Park Is
being put In fine shape, and the wa
ter drained off It. The (ourse will
bo marked out and the. stakes that
llOld the I OlieK nut In ' tmnnrrnu.
Then If the rain will only hold off
for a couple of days all will be well
ior mo running and walking races.
Ayrcs nnH Rnlllvnn t.a ,.....
rather handicapped in training by
mo wei weainer that has prevailed
foMhe lust few dars. hut still ihv
aro getting sufficient exercise to keep
mem in condition. The pair should
put up a fine exhibition of the heel
and too game, and anpther Honolulu
lecord may go by the board.
a a a
Is Heard From
Charlie Reilly. on his rciurn to tin
Coast, dropped Into the Situ Francisco
H illetln omce,-nlssw tin sportlnj
clilor. Charlie, In an In'erview, l?lil
iS'nll his doings In Honoti 1 1, und gse
tho lace a goad name uj 4 Bisiitlpg
ti n. ,
Reilly, according to tho Interview. Is
reluming, to Hawaii within a couple.
ui innnins, niiip niy;ellio-hero. Ilu
told of his fights with Dick Cullen and
had a good wordHV y of thu lad
who now Is In Australia,
fiiiuiiu iiciny is a nno )oung lei
low, and he Jius, rrmdegood lu this
city. Ho has uuas boxed to win.
and Is us clovor as they are made
now 11 duys. "Hawaii has opened my
ejes," romurked the lightweight one
day to the w rl(cr. ''You know I nuver
was away fron( San Francisco till I
ennm down lierp. i'wns a grpon kid,
sure, nnd did not know mix h almnt
cilhor places. Now Vp tiaele,l a hit
and mot men I never would hate on
the mainland, nnd I feel more, nt ease
In the world than ccr I did before."
If any. promising lightweight looms
up In these Islands, Itcllly will be
Ideated to make a match with him
when ho comes down. Charlie Is a
good sort amf speaks the truth about
a placo after he leaves It, Some men
not all boxers cither hao a
habit of sajlng mean things of n town
that has treated them good; they eU'ti
hate the gall to come back, too.
a a a
TO. PLAY RUGBY
"I nm heartily In faro of adopting
Itugby football In tho school next sen
son. The open play makes It much supe
rior to tho old game. '
I think that It Is especially In tho
Interest of our particular school to
play tho same gamo ns tho Uiiherslly
I hno reached this decision without
pressure from the colleges." The
nlKMe statement was mndo b) Princi
pal M. C. James of tlerkclcy High
Following the splltup between tho
football team of tho Berkeley High
School and tho officers of the associ
ated students of tho school, nnd tho
declaration of Principal Morris C.
James, that the team must disband af
ter their game with Chlco Normal
Thursday night, comes the declaration
from Principal James that he believes
that Herkcljiy High has pla)cd its Inst
season of the old gamo. Ho stated
ertirday thnt he was In fnor of
adopting Hugh) football at his Institu
tion next )enr, nnd that he would use
whnfocr Influence he had toward
bringing about (Is adoption.
At the annual football game with
Oakland High School last Saturday,,
tho men on the Berkeley squad aro
said to have violated a rule made by
the constitution of tho Associated Stu
dents, stipulating thnt none, not even
the plajers, will bo admitted without
tickets. The plajers appeared ut the
guto without tickets, and were refus
ed admission by tho representative, of
the Associated Students stationed nt
the gate. The football, men then took
tho matter Into their ovyn hands, mid
forced their. way In; Thu mutter was
brought before Principal Morris C.
James. He said thnt although he was
personally disposed to overlook tho
disturbance, It seemed as If the school
constitution had been violated. He
cause of this fact, nnd also because of
tho lateness, of the term, ho declared
that the team would not be ullowe,i to
play after Thursday night, the game
with Chlco having (been arranged al
ready for that date. J
In rogaqf to the' continuance of
American football. ai-the-Mhod!, Prill
cljiul James says that there Is consid
erable doubt that another season of
tho 'game will bo plajed. In spite of
tic fact'thatovcral hundred students
of (He, school last month signed a peti
tion asking tho school authorities not
to .change to Rugby, be1 believes thut
(he-.thahgn la bound to como, nnd will
he accosted b. the student body. Most
ofthd-'pTescW football team aro sen
iors, nnd will bo graduated this cur,
so that tho change cap be made com
"I am heartily In favor of adopting
Rugby football In the school next sea
son," suld James. "My Judgment, utter
watching tho game plajed un this
Const for several years past. Is that
the open piny makes It much supeilor
to tho old game, both from tho spec
tator's and tho player's standpoint. I
think that It Is especially in thu In
terest of our particular school to plav
tho samo game ns ibe University of
California. Tho fact that the colleges
are still holding to Rugby nnd thut It
Is manifestly here to stay, makes It
Imperative, I think, that wu got In lino.
I have reached this decision without
pressure from the colleges, after care
fully comparing th two games. Thu
game of Itugbv Is Obviously less dan
gerous, for there aro fewer mass plujs,
and it Is also Interesting, and iicrhaps
more siiectacular than American foot
ball I believe that Wo should follow
the lead of the other high schools
which have taken up Rugby, nnd I In
tend to work toward that end In this
school next season."
Berkeley High ) one Of tho greatest
strongholds of tho old among thu high
schools at the present time, and Its
defection to tho rauksvof tho Rugby
playing schools practically sounds thu
death knell of the American game on
this Coast. . '
SHORT SPOfttS. '
Talking of sports, evorjono wants
to see the dog races as, shown at tho
Umpire Theater. Tho racos aro run
over thu snow and tho paco tho en
nlns get up Is wonderful, Each dog
seems to know exactly what ho Is ex
pected to do, anil hp goos for all hu la
worth. Then May NValluce, fha joung
Australian, must bo scon tuibc apiup
elated in tho Choir OJrli W'h'e'i ; "
of the finest shows ever glen tu Ho
nolulu, Alexander J. Mitchell, a woll known
achtliiK man of ,1,0a' Angeles, Is In
this city for a visit,., Hu will remain
about u month in the' Islands and will
tako In all tho sights; the wren rac
ing Interests him, and next Sunday hu
will have a look at the small boutB at
'1 lie Ilurllngnum Club polo rommlt
Ice hus, after all, decldod In challenge
for tho cup v ich now r-iito'm i.:r
icr. It was thnvht at U.Mt that un
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