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HERE AND THERE.
Mrs. Pond and daughter Miss
Elizabeth left last Thursday for
Messrs. E. A. .Lockett, A. T
Bitting, Chalmers Glenn, A. C
Miller, F. W. Miller, K. V. Pat
terson and Clarence Cromer spent
the week at the .Tobacco Fair in
The hunting season has opened
and there can be seen strings of
young hunters filling out of the vil
a" every evening in quest of the
harmless birds. But the birds so
far seem to be very unaccomodating
and absolutely refuses to be taken.
Last Wednesday Princeton defea
ted the University of Virginia on
the Princeton field by a score of 12-
0. Virginia put up a strong game.
Mr. Stanford Harris '97, late of
Norfolk, Va., has a position at Sai
atoga Springs, N. Y. He is a chem
ists in th 'J analysis of mineral wa
Mr. H. Swift of Wataugo County
who was here ui 94- 9o, has return
ed to college He has been teach
ing since he left us.
Prof. J. A. Holmes represented
his University at the University of
Nebraska recently in their celebrat
ion of, the opening of their new
Mechanics Arts College. Of the
two thousond students at this Uni
versity nearly one thousand are
women. The papers of Lincoln
speak very complimentary of Prof .
Carolina roes to Macon next
Thursday to 'meet Georgia Satur
day. We have played the Georg
ians three games with the follovv
U. N. C. vs U. of Ga. (-0.
U. N. C. vs. U. of Ga. 10-6.
U. N. C. vs U. of Ga. 16-22.
W h i 1 iY: il t ru1(r,t be?
Carolina's Victories. .
U. N, C. vs Guilford College 18-0.
U, N. C. vs A. & M. College 34-0.
U" 1ST. C. vs Greensboro 11-0.
U. N. C. vs Oak Ridge 11-0.
U. N. C, vs Va. Poly. Ins't 28-6.
Keep your eye on this Carolina
and the larger fiigures ahvays on
the right side.
Dr. Alderman in Winston.
As had been before announced
Dr. Alderman delivered the open
ing address at the Winston Tobac
co Fair last week.
The Twin-City Daily SentinaU
has this to say in regard to the ad
dress: "The speaker was happily in
troduced by Hon. Clement Manly,
who referred to him as one of the
noblest and best men in the State.
After thanking Mr. Manly for
the handsome manner in which he
bad introduced him, Dr. Alderman
said he felt that it was good for him
to be here today. He was jflad to
know that this fine display and cel
ebration was done by North Caro
lina. "This great festival seems
tome likeasong of prosperity." Dr.
Alderman referred to the recent
war won by men of education and
brains. Today the South thinks as
uch if old Joe Wheeler in the blue
as she tlid when he wore the grey.
Patriotism is expressed here
today, said Dr. Alderman. He
knew of no higher emotion than
for a man to live and work so that
the community, State and nation
are made better by his life. He
spoke of the South's new birth in
dustrially, adding, however that no
civilization of poverty can prosper
He saw men here today who have
become captains of industry and
Lords of Trade. Our State is mil
lions of dollars richer than she was
in 1&61. Our growth has been and is
still continuous. He would never
forget what he had seen in the Twin
Men must learn to govern by gov
ermng, iust as a child learns to
walk by walking. The greatest
problem which remains unsettled
today is the race question. It is of
utmost importance and must be set
tled with justice and dignity. What
manner of man in the South for a
leader? he ask. Referring to the
great leaders of the past, he men
tioned the name of Vance and said
that we have no such men today.
A leader should be a man who can
bring something to pass and one
who has faith in himself and th
Dr. Alderman struck the key note
in bis concluding words when he
said that "Educated men will rule;
ignorance cannot rule intelligence."
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