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The Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1943-1946, October 22, 1897, Page 1, Image 1

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M AR fell; THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. VolA UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C., October 22th. 1897. NO. 5. THE UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE. THE FALL GERMAN, MEDS VS. JUNIORS. ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY. . Its Friends for Sub- The Charming Social Event of the Season by the German Club. The Warm Game Between the Doc The Annual Fall Selection of Choice Literature. in APP.. scrlptlott aua support. tors and Juniors. The newly elected Editors of the diversity Magazine met in the ktrar's Office on Tuesday af- ernoon and perfected the ' new or- ramzation and plan ol tne maga zine. . . . Tt will be printed by the Univer- nd the first number of 'the Magazine may oe expecteu uy the first of December. Subscrip tions at the rate of one dollar for 'the current college year will be re ceived by the Business Manager, 'and advertising itn.es win laished promptly upon application. We call upon our alumni and the former friends of the Magazine to aid' in its re-establishment oy 'their immediate subscription and support. Formerly the University Magazine had many friends and warm supporters who were much interested in its success and deeply regretted the suspension of its pub lication. To such as these we ex tend the assurance of an earnest conviction that the Magazine is here to remain with us permanently-! : The old advertisers of the Maga zine would do well to renew their relationship at once. The Univer- iity now presents a larger and more abundant field for advertising than at any previous time in its history. Below is given the organization nf flip. wnrVi nor fnrrp nf the Ma'ra- zine: ' S. S. Lamb, Editor-in-Chief, Phi. Di. J.G. McCormick, J. K. Pfohl, R. D. W. Connor, E. K. Graham, & A. Abernethy, T. G. Pearson. W. S. Wilson, Business Mana ger. E. A. Abernethy, Managing Ed itor.. Schedule of Games to be Played. October 25, Clemson College at Chapel Hill. October 30, Va. Poly. Ins. at Danville. November 1, Greensboro A. A. at Greensboro. November 6, Vanderbi It Univer sity at Nashville. .November 8, University of Tenn essee at Knoxville. November 25, University of Vir ginia at Richmond. ;Warrf,n L. Klut.tz, Man'gr. . Notice. . There will be an important meet in? of the Board of Editors of the Tar Heel at the Press Office on Monday morning at ten o'clock. A full meeting required. S. S. Lamb, Editor-in-Chief , .. Y. M. C. A. Leaders Next Week. Monday Rev. N. H. D. Wilson. Tuesday J. K. Dozier. Wednesday J. F. Webb. Thursday W. J. Brogden. Meetings at 6:45 p. m. Chapel Hill was the scene of a most pleasurable, event on the night of Oct. 15th. The occasion was the Annual Fall German given by the University German Club. Quite a number of Carolina's fair daughters were present, and the "light fantas tic" was carried on until 3 o'clock a. m. The German was led in a most masterly manner by Mr. Percy Whi taker, ably assisted by Messrs. Geo. D. Vick and Cameron B. Bux ton. The following participated in the event: Chaperones: Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Baskerville, Mrs. Root of Raleigh and Mrs. Geo. E. Pond of Salem, N. C. Couples:-Miss Overman with Mr. P. Whitaker. ; . I. Miss McRae with Mr. S. May.' " Harris " " J. P. Bunn. " . Barbee " " A.R.Berkely " Pond " " R. E. Follin. " Snow " "G. B. Pond. " Root " "P. Cotten. " Busbee " " Geo. D.' Vick. " Battle " " E. M. Land. " Hoke " " J. D. Grimes. " Smedes ;" " M. Bellamy. . " Bridgers 'll - " J. A.Caklwel " Douglass" "R.H.Graves " Carroll '' " P.O.Rogers " Sharpe " " C. R. Dey. " Ly brook " " E. ' V. Pat terson. Slags: J. M. Lipscomb, C. B. Buxton, G. L. Myers, R. S. Busbee, Rawls, J. S. Carr Jr., Jones Fuller, M. C. Elliot, W. S. Howard, A. W. Belden, A. Henderson, E. W. My ers, J. A. Tate, Dr. C. S. Mangum. Hellenians for Sale. All those desiring a copy of the '97 Hcllenian, may obtain same from E. K. Graham or C. S. Carr. This edition is without doubt the best ever issued, and all who do not possess a copy should take advan tage of this opportunity to obtain one. Quite a large number of the boys have gone down " to the Fair this week. The Fresh-Soph ball game last Saturday resulted in the inglorious defeat of the Freshmen to the tune of 26 toO. Rev. Mr. Currie will preach a special sermon to young men Sun day morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. R. R. Crawford, Jr., of Win ston, was on the Hill last week. J. L. McNair, ex-'99, spent Wed nesday on the Hill. The Modern Language Room has Win undergoing repairs, and re paint' ng. It is now one of the most Iponnf. recitat:on rooms in college. '-r UTr "L H. Kirkpatrick, of last year's La vy Class, has returned to take the secona year comse. Wednesnay afternoon at 2:30 the Meds. and Juniors met to play the second Inter-Class championship garnet The game was hotly con tested from start to finish, without a score, both teams being well matched and playing almost fault less ball from a clsss stand point. The Juniors lead off with steady gains; for several minutes; but the Meds; were just as effective when the ball went their way. The revolving mass play of the Juniors was their strong point. It was successfully worked for five yards at a time -with one exception. They would mass on tackle, . trans form themselves into a whirligig and shoot their half back but with a momentum equal to a spring gun. The Meds. made most of their trains in end plays, the ten yard shoot of Kornegay between tackle and guard being the only notable excep tion to this. .The inability to score was not the result of poor playing on either team, but rather excellent playing. This good work was very gratify ing to admirers of foot ball, who see a rapid development along this line, the result of class team work. . For the Juniors Davis, Pearson and Winston, and for the Meds. Kornegay, Tate and Bryson did the best work. FIRST HALF. The Juniors win the toss and choose left goal. Play is called. Roy Williams leads off with a kick for 30 yards to Winston who ad vanced the ball 10 yards. Pearson makes 15, Davis5, Pearson 10, Da vis 3, then 10, and ball goes over on a fumble. Kornegay breaks around right end in a star play for 40 yards; the Meds. lose 3, Bryson fails to gain, and Kornegay failing to make line, the ball goes over. The Juniors rush for 2 yard, Davis makes 3, Pearson 2, (Pearson is hurt, but after some littte delay f lays on ) Donnelly makes 5; tut ball goes to the Meds. on off-side play. They rush for 3, Kornegay shoots through line for 10, and Bryson gains 4; but an off-side plav loses the ball to the Juniors. Davis gains 5, Donnelly 8; but Pearson can't make it. Don nelly 2, 2 again, Davis 5, Pearson 1, then 3, Donnelly 3, Davis 3; but Pearson loses yard1 Davis i hurt, but continues playing. Donnelly takes the ball for end play but time is called ,the ball about the centre of the field. SECOND HALF Winston kicks for 30 yards to Bryson who returns 15: Kornegay advances 5, Bryson can't make it, Kornegay again gains 5, Bryson 4. The ball n passed to Kornegay who makes 15 yards round left end. H,' tries it again, but fails to gain. Continued to fourth page Gerard's , Electricity and Mag., Bell's Electric Trans, of Power, Lockyer's The Dawn of Ast.; Jack- , , son's Electricity and Mag., Cham ber's Ast. vol. II, .Thompson s Vor tex Rings, Morrill's Stones for - Building and Dec. , Vamp's A Hand book of Rocks for Use 'without the' Microsope, Miller's Fla. S. C. and Canadian Phosphates, Fanning 's - Practical Treatise on Hydraulics and Water Supply Engineering, Howe's A Treatise on Arches, Le feore's Number and its Algebra, Smith's The Calculus for Eng. and Physicists, Murray's An Introduc tory Course in Differential. Equa tions, Lueberson's Math. Self taught (from Ger.). Coffin's The Graphical Solution of Hydraulic Problems, De Retz's Memoires, Der- -cortes' Choisies, Mhe. de Mortpen sion's Memoires, Motteville's Mem , oises, Middleton and Mills' , The Students' Com p. of Latin Authors, Gudeman'sOcutlineof Hist, of Clas sical Philolgv, Pellisou's Roman Life in Pliney's Time, Goodyear's Roman and Mediaeval Art mit est lamn van L. V., Freedlander's Sat urarum Libri V. Courthope's Hist, of English Poetry Vol. 1, Goerufel ler and Hunt's Logia or Sayings of our Lord Just Discovered, Brew- ster's Studies in Structure and Style, Karlworx' Capital to from German, Adams' Public Debts, Brown's First Republic in America, Drogsea's Principles of History trans, by Adams, Dubois' the Dif fusion of the African Slave Trade to the U. S. A. 1638-1870, Mahan's Life of Nelson, RosCoe's Life of Chas. Darwin, Fisher's Evolution of the Constitution of the U. S., Allan's Stonewall Jackson, Allan's ' Hegelar's Educator's, Matthews' The Social Teachings of Jesus, ':! Nash's Genesis of the Social Con- ' . science, Pascal's Thoughts on Re ligion and Other Subjects, Barrie's Margaret Ogiloy, Bryan's Plato the Teacher, Batch's Thomas Matthew Arnold. To be. continued next week. The Philological Club. Will meet in the English lecture room on Tuesday evening,' October 26, at half past sewn o'clock. The following papers will be read:,, - , The Minimum Age for Holding the Office of Q jrestor at Rome. Mr. Bynum. Some Tests of a Ne w Allite rat i ve Theory. Mr. Harrington. An English Charlem gne Ro mance SirFerumbras. .Mr. Hume. . The Queen's Chancier in Maria Stuart. Mr. May. The Duke of the Three Hands, from the Lithuanian. Mr. Linscott. The time of the Y. M. C. A; meet ings has been changed from 7:30 to 6:43, p. m. t . 1

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