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I LLANIDLOES. Football.—The replay for the Welsh Amateur Cup between Llanfaes Brigade (Brecon) and Llanidloes took place on the Lion field on Saturday, when the homesters Lion field on Saturday, when the homesters won by four goals to one. "That Athletics are carried to excess" was the subject at the Debating Society on Friday evening, Mr L. Jones-Williams pre- siding. Mr E. H. Mills, in opening on the j affirmative side, spoke of the necessity of developing each side of man's character, the physical as well as the mental, intel- lectual and spiritual, but when athletics became the sole business instead of the recreation of life it was carrying it to ex- cess. He deprecated the over-attention paid to football, and spoke of its deleterious effect on the young men and boys of the present generation, both from a moral and industrial standpoint. Mr G. Hercomb, in replying, spoke of the necessity of more athletics being indulged in, and even of more interest being taken in it. He re- ferred to the prowess of the Grecian ath- letics when the great empire was in its zen- eth of power. Athletics, he stated, created healthy manhood, and is an aid to temper- ance. He deprecated the tendency to over- professionalism. Mr R. Pugh and Mr J. H. Palmer seconded the respective sides I and the following took part in the discus- sion:—Messrs T. Benbow, H. Rees, H. Roberts, T. H. Evans, R. S. Davies. E. Mil- ward, and T. Francis. On a vote the affirmative was carried by a substantial majority. affirmative was carried by a substantial majority.

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