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The Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1943-1946, December 07, 1893, Page 1, Image 1

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II 1t 3 I 1 3 Q pc'jvlS5?,3 K,' fed VOL.II. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, DECEMBER 7, 1893. NO 11. THE TAR HEEL. A weekly paper published at the University of North Carolina, under the auspices of the University Athletic As sociation devoted to the inter ests of the University at large. Issued every Thursday morn ing" It will contain a summary of all 'occurences in the University a nd village of Chapel Hill. Soace will be assigned for the thorough discussion of all points pertaining to the ad vancement and growth of the University. A brief account each week of the occurrences in the am ateur athletic world, with es pecial attention to our own athletic interest, and progress in Football, Baseball, Tennis, etc. All society news, personals and every subject of interest, both to students and citizens of the village, will be treated each week. The columns will be open to discussions on ail appropri ate subjects, with an endeavor to do full justice to everyone. The chief and his assistants will decide as to appropriate ness of articles no anony mous article will be accepted without author's name being known to the chief, which will be in confidence, if desired. Advertisers will note that this is the BEST, QUICKEST and SUREST, means by which they can reach the students. For rates see or write "Business Manager of Tar Heel," Chapel Hill, N. G. or drop him a card and he will call. THE TEAM OF '93. The games have all been play ed, the season is over and now the foot ball hero sinks into the shade of the budding base balHst. Never in the history of foot ball at the University has a foot ball team suffered more hard ships and accidents than the g dlant eleven which for the past two months have been battling for the "white and blue " Tak ing all things into consideration the team of 93 equaled the vic torious one of '92. After com paring the record of '92 with that of '93, we find that in '92, it was the same eleven that vv on all her victories. In all of our rames last vear, there was only Little, Barnard and Baskerville. Here is to the team of '93, though success has not been yours, you have fought a gallant fight and we are proud of you. OLD MEMBERS OF FRATER NITIES ON THE HILL, AND THEIR INITIATES. Phi gamma delta. Lee T. B., Sawyer J., W. C. Kluttz. Woodson, Love, Surnp- ter, Aoger, Armstrong, Rend- leman. Initiates. . Adderton, Armstrong H.. ZETA PSI. Graham G., Graham W. Toms. Borden. Howell. Greer- 7 r J CJ one subtirute played; with the; orv Qnlv different, not in but one game did the team line up intact, and that: was with Wake Forest In all there have been twelve sub stitutes played in the games this Initiates. Gregory J., Hill, Grimes, Mc Rae C, Haywood, Busbee, Carr, McMullen, Mangum, Graves, Whi taker. vear. 15 unforseen casualties j kappa alpha had not taken place. and we had! Robertson W., Carmichael- been possessed ot the same good j fortune oflnrt vear, there is no S. A. E. Dockery C.f Andrews A. At kinson, Patterson, Lemley, Shaffner, Bahnson, Kenan. Initiates. Green, Andrews J, Schenck, Sharpe, London, Dockery O., Connor, BETA THETA PI. Barnard, Rollins, Scott, Weaver, Smith, Bingham, Rankin, Carroll, Brown. Initiates. Johnston H. E., Myers, Mc Adoo, Home. kappa SIGMA. Little G., Wittson, Braswell, Hooker. Initiates Gold. SIGMA CHI. Mattocks, Craig. Furguson. PHI DELTA THETA. Denson. PHI KAPPA SIGMA. Turner Ellis, Davie, Hall, Sanford, Yass, Lee, Cook, Webb doubt but the result would have j initiates. Kpn ilifrrmit. We know the! team has done its duty and we are proud of them, though we ; are not a gratified as we would have been if the team had been victorious. We played under disadvantages this year, which outsiders cannot realize, but no matter how badlv all were crip pled, our team met the enemy and filled their engagements. Cant. Barnard did good work this year, with the nine under B. Robertson. Forshee, Martin, Hampton, Graves V. Alpha tau omega. Little T., Miller, JIsAlUter. Initiates. Daiugerfield, MoRae, W. Allen Allen M. Sigma nu. Murphy. Boyden, Price, Steel, Carr, Butler. Hammond, Gra ham E., Brem, Emory, Blair McKenzie, Stephens. RECORD OF STATE TEAMS FOR '93 THE UNIVERSITY. . C. 44 Wash. & Lee. 0 4 Y.M.I 10 4 Trinity 6 69 Tennesee 0 40 Wake Forest 0 0 Lehigh 34 0 U. ofYa. 16 WAKE FOREST. WakeF. 6 Trinity 64 Tennesee 0 U. N. C. 12 0 40 College dailes are publish j d at Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Universities of Michigan and Wisconsin. I him. but it was impossible for Initiates. j him or any other man to take the crippled team we have had 1 this year and win. Early in the j season, Furgerson one of our best ends was laid off, lie only played in one game, Snipes was laid off in two games, Mer ritt in four, Murphy in two and the most of the team in same nnnmrtion. Iheonly men wno Craige B., Kluttz T., Bridges, Everett, Webb W. R. D. K. E. Baskerville, Wheedbee, Yates J., Yates, Meyers, Lee. Initiates. Russell.. More, Howard, Giles, Belden, Cutlar, Johnston, Shepherd, Hornthal, Booth, TRINITY COLLEGE. Trinitv 6 U. N. C. 12 WakeF. ! TO Tennesee ! 0 V. of Ya. ; On'v one half game plaved, I Trinitv left the field. 4 6 0 SO norporuon. nicuiin I have plaved in all our games, j Catling, Wharton, Clark, I have been Kirkpatnck. Fugh Linasay, inomas ! The president of the Universi ty of Wisconsin, has offered Uhree prizes for the three best j college songs written by a stu I dent of the University. v

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