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The Tar Heel,
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Editor-in-Chief, . . . THOS. BAILEY LEE.
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EXTERED AT THE POST-OFFICE OF CHAPEL HILL,
N. C. AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1894.
Last atear college men com
plained that the ball games were
scheduled off the Hill. In view
of this Manager Kenan this spring
arranged over, one-half of the
games so that all might witness
them. He has met so little suc
cess and appreciation that money
has been lost on the last three
games, and the result has com
pelled him to place the games with
A. & M. College and Lafayette
elsewhere. To those men who
co-operated with him by coming
out and upholding college spirit,
instead of whining about its de
cline and sitting in trees, on roofs
and all other available places
outside the park, he extends his
sincerest thanks, and,' for their
sakes, regrets the removal of the
games from University grounds.
WE HAVE just looked over the
last number of the Wake Forest
Student and find" it to be an ex
ceedingly well gotten up issue.
The department managed by Mr.
Haywood is carefully and sensibly
written, especially the last para
graph. Thegentleman has reached
the point where he can see four
sides of a box and speak accordingly.
Last Saturday night Doctor
Hume -was interrupted several
times during his lecture by noise
in front of the chapel. It is hardly
probable that a University man
would intentionally engage in a
disturbance of this kind; but, suf
fice it to say, whether intentional
or otherwise, those listening were
deprived of so reat a part of the
lecture that the Tar Heel re
porter almost failed to get a syn
opsis of it.
It seems that regularly at the
hours 8 130 on Mondays and Thurs
days, and 9:30 Wednesdays and
Fridays a brigade of hoofed quad
rupeds break into the English
room and hold riot with small
intermission. There are four
rooms below them, and they are
occupied by men who desire to
study and who are not constituted
with nerveless diaphragms, neither
do they have drumless ears. It
might be well for Bill DcDade to
see that the bars at the lower end
of the campus are kept up hereafter.
Our friends at the University
of Virginia are trying in every
way to find out who damaged the"
college property, and "to raise a
sentiment throughout thestudents
which will make it absolutely dan
gerous for any man, in the future,
to be guilty of such ; an offence.
We have certain rights and, as we
are not children, it is our own
duty and not the Faculty's to see
that those rights are not trans
gressed upon." This is the proper
spirit, and one which we may well
adopt in settling certain griev
ances of our own.
and to gain profit. But there are
some men to be found in every
college who try to keep others
from enjoying what gives them no
nleasure. These men are at
Chapel Hill, we are sorry to say
They did not have enough sense
to enioy a truly literary entertain
ment, and they determined that
no one else should. And we all
know the result. The noise that
was kept up on different parts of
the campus prevented many ot us
from hearing what we were so
interested to hear.
At Amherst such a thing,
should it occur, would have been
treated by the college court. At
Vanderbilt the offenders would
have been put under the historic
pump, which bears witness to a
hard but effectual lesson to many
of her students. But at Chapel
Hill we only say that such a thing
is disgraceful and 1 4 upworthy of
the student body. ' ' Fellows, let
us too show some spirit, and if it
ever occurs again, let us make it
so that no one -will ever dare en
tertain a thought of doing such a
thing again. W. F.
Rambler is" still improving
from his damages. He says that
it is absolutely necessary for us to
have lights in the halls. We hope
he will soon be well enough to
carry his point.
If WE are sorry to see that The
magazine is not out yet. it was
due the 23d. Although this is
said to be a double number, some
of us think it a-triple number in
Davidson College duck pond
is not dangerous. Allow us to
quote from the Charlotte Observer:
" The return of warm weather
brings increased interest for the
pleasures of Lake Wiley. One of
the boats, containing a rowing
party of two (a young lady of
Charlotte and a Davidson student),
capsized recently. The water at
the place of the accident is, fortun
ately, not very deep, and before the
gentleman could procure life-pre
servers his fair companion had
Last week mention was made
in our columns about the shooting
of bottles on the foot-ball campus.
Fellows, this must be stopped. We
all know how hard it is without
glass to keep a team from being
i4all broken up." What will it
be if there is glass to cut the
players on every "down." This
thing cannot happen thoughtlessly
OFF TO VIRGINIA.
On Thursday afternoon quite a
party of Chapel Hillians took the
westbound train for Lynchburg,
where our first game with the
University of Virginia occurred
on the following day. The fol
lowing members of the team went :
Robertson, W., captain; Kenan,
manager; Stephens, Lanier, Old
ham, Honey cutt, Gregory, Stanly,
Graham, E., Robertson, T. R.,
and Bailey. They were accom
panied by Bryson, Graham, G.,
and Bridgers, composing the ten
nis team; W. D. Carmichael, rep
resenting the Tar Heel; and
Emry, Coker arid Blair as "root
ere." On Saturdav morning the
tennis tournament with Virginia
will take place at Charlottesville.
Our ball games for the trip are as
follows: Lynchburg, Va., May 4,
with University of Virginia; Char
lottesville, Va., May 5, with Uni
versity of Virginia; Richmond,
Va., May 7, with Richmond Col
lege; and Greensboro, N. C, May
8, with Lafayette College. The
team returns on Wednesday, May
9, on which day the second Lafay
ette game occurs.
Did You Say?
WHEN I WANT PURE
Where I can have polite and
prompt clerks to wait on
xne where I can have a
Registered Pharmacist to
compound my prescriptions.
He is Special Agent for
mJYUTfc'S fit TlCjVlNV
ROCHESTER LAMP. .
The Tar Heel desires to ex
press its thanks to Messrs Clapp
& Co., New York Bankers, for
their handsome and valuable
Souvenir for 1893. This book is
indispensable to those interested
in stocks and other speculations,
and it seems no pains have been
spared to secure definite and relia-'ble:ihT6rmatibn7;'
"There's a time for sorrow
and a time for joy." Dr. Hume
has made a fine reputation as a
speaker over the State. He is wel
comed everywhere he goes and is
always met by full and enthusi
astic houses. Desiring to hear
some of the lectures which were
gaining a great reputation, some
one requested him to make one of
them in the chapel on last Satur
day night. The chapel was full
of those who were interested in
Mrs: Browning, for that was the
subject. They went there to learn
THE LAFAYETTE GAME TO
BE PLAYED HERE.
We are glad to announce that
Manager Kenan has finally de
cided not to change the second
game with Lafayette, and to have
it played here. This was done
merely with the desire to give the
students an opportunity of seeing
one more good game. Now let
us all show our appreciation by
turning out not on the roofs of
the Physical Laboratory, and the
New East Building, or on the
South Building steps, and in the
Library windows; but let's all fill
the grand-stand and the gate-keeper's
cash-box. If we do not back
our own team, who will?
We have just received a fresh line of
PAINTS, LINSEED OIL,
He purchases Drugs of the
Such as Powers & Weightman, E. Merck
& Co,, A. S. Thompson, Ed. B. Squibb
and others, consequently he can guaran
tee them to be of the best quality.
Dr. W. H. WAKEFIELD,
Will be in Chapel Hill on Saturday, April
2 1st, one day. Practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
When you want a nice oyster stew or fry.
Bring him your shoes when they need
mending. George Trice,
prices. I also
take pleasure in
logue and price
lists of the lar
houses in the
United States, and will order anything
in the jewelry line. , '
Repairing of Clocks. Watches and Tew-
elry a specialty. flSTAll work warranted
and prices reasonable.
W. B. SORRELL,
Ch apel Hill, N. C.
University of North Garolina
Offers thorough instruction in four regular
Oourses of study, six brief courses, optional
courses to suit individual needs, and professional
courses in law, medicine and 'engineering.
Tuition f6o a year; total expense $250.
375 students, 24 teachers, 30,000 volumes, 7 scien
tific laboratories and museums, gymnasium, ath
letic grounds, bath-rooms (free to all).
Discipline manly, without espionage.
Scholarships and loans to the needy.
Tuition free to sons of all ministers, candidates
for the ministry, public school teachers, and per
sons under bodily infirmity.
Address PRESIDENT WINSTON,
Chapel Hill, N. C.