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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
BOARD OF EDITORS .
K. D. W. C'onnqr, - - - Editor-in-Chief.
E. D. BkOadhurst, - - - - Man. Editor,
F. M. Osbokne, - - - Business Manager.
A. J. Barwiek - ... Ass't Business Manager.
M. Bku.amy, Jr.,
W. S. Ckawfoud,
W. Ei Co.x,
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The team has returned from their
southern'trip. One more game is
to be played. In this game more in
terest is centered than in all the
others. It is the most important
We've got to win. , We can't lose.
Now for hard stead' training-.
Now for the last time let us urge
the college from now till Thanks
giving Day to cheer and encourage
the team on all occasions. Virginia
has one of the' strongest teams in
her history, all the more honor then
to defeat them.
To the team, once more, work
hard and earnestly.
To the student ' body, once more,
go out to practices, encourage the
team and push them on to victory.
Basket Ball is progressing. It
seems to have come for good. ' The
intense interest shown in the sport
just at this time in the midst of the
most exciting period of the foot-ball
season, speaks well for the new
game --Push it!. . .
We publish an interesting letter
in another column from a young la
dy at St. Mary's School. We are
flad to know that such interest is
taken in Basket Ball at St. Marv's
and trust that the students here wi 1
not let our fellow students in
Raleigh outclass them in this inter
e sting sport.
Get to work boys!
coach system and trusts now entire
ly to the alumni coaches. This is a
great advance in her athletic life.
We trust' that she will succeed.
Such systems in all the Southern
colleges would add much to the in
terest in athletics
The election in New York was
watched with keen interest here in
the University as one of the candi
dates for the governorship was an
alumnus of our alma mater. Though
beaten the result of the election
shows that our distinguished alum
nus is extremly popular and made a
It is gratifying to see the interest
taken by the alumni throughout the
state in our foot ball team. We are
glad to see this. We believe that
an active working interest on the
part of the Alumni, in conjunction
with the athletic organizations here
in college will stimulate new zeal
and strength into our future athlet
ics. .. At tlie University of Virginia the
active interest of the Alumni has
taken the form of Alumni coaching.
Virginia has abolished the bired-
Our football management is ex
periencing a great deal of trouble
in arranging a schedule. A nutn
ber of colleges, to whom letters
have been sent, have entirely ignor
ed them, and others have taken
their own good time to answer.
The University of Georgia has
written our management that she
cannot play us this year owing to a
full schedule. We offered her all
expenses. Tusculoosa has likewise
notified us that a game will be im
possible, though she assigned
no reason. We still have hope
of a game with Auburn, though our
letters to her remain unanswered.
Our management is making every
effort to arrange a game with Mia
mi for the near future, though it is
impossible to say at this moment,
with what success. We have a
game scheduled with Central Uni
versity of Kentucky on their Nashvi
lle trip. Vanderbilt has as yet given
her no definite date, so we are un
able to sav when the game will
' Sxvanee Purple.'
The Tar Heel, had an article on
this same subject earlier in the sea
son. It seems that other colleges
also are suffering from the same
thing. Where does the trouble lie?
No college ought to expect to be
able to arrange good schedules after
the football seaso.i opens. The only
remedy is for even' college to eljct
its managers for the next season at
the close of the present one. Then
let (hese managers begin their cor
respondence at once. We cant
have good teams unless we have good
schedules for people take no interest
in one sided games. We hope that
the colleges will think about
this matter and co-operate in prev
enting difficulties of this kind in the
Carolina 29, Auburn u. N
Game" called' at 3 o'clock.
A Student's Statement.
I am informed that somebody lias
been telling my classmates and others
that I said that I considered the article
which appeared in the, last issue of the
Tar Heel concerning some recent oc
currences in one cf the departments of
the University unfair, and that I
would not have written it had I been
in the writer's place.
Injustice to myself I must state
that I said no such thing. I said that
I did not write the article, and that I
could not have afforded to carry a per
sonal matter into public print. I pos
itively did not say that I thought it
unfair or that it ought not to have
J. Ed. Latta.
The societies have chosen their rep
resentatives tor the annual mter-
society debate to take place some
time in the spring.
Prom the Phi are Messrs. W. E.
Cox and D. P. Parker. From the
Di Messrs. Greenfield 'and Cates.
They have not yet chosen the quest
ion for discussion. J
Mitcham kicks to Mclver. Mckae
gains 8 yards 'and Copeland 10, then
bv constant plunging through the
line Carolina carries the ball to
Alabama's 27 yard line; then Shull
goes the remaining distance for the
first touchdown. Gregory kicks
goal. Score N. C. 5 Ala. 0. Time
Mitcham kicks 12yards to Cromartie
who fumbles and the ball is given
to Alabama. Carolina regains the
ball on a fumble and makes 10
yards. Copeland makes 16 yards.
By repeated dashes through Au
burn's line Carolina carries the ball
to Auburn's 4 yard line and McKae
scores. Gregory kicks goal. Score
N. C. 10 Ala 0. Time 4 minutes.
The ball changes hands several
times each team playing. god ball
Auburn uses the quarter back kick
to srood effect and carries the ball
to Carolina's 15 yard line and
Rogers gets the ball. Graves kicks
well averaging between' 35 and 40
yards.. By constant dashes Caro
lina carries the ball to the center of
the field when Copeland by a bril
liant run for 55 yards scores a touch
dowu. but is called back by Os
bone on Carolina's offside plaA.
Carolina continues to make shors
gains from 5 to 10 yards and has
the ball on Auburns 10 yard line
when time is called for the first
half. Score N. C. 10 Ala. 0.
Graves kicks to Auburn's 10 yard
line and Gregory downs the man in
Auburn makes short gains net
ting 20 yards and then loses the ball
on downs. Again Carolina makes
several shot dives and Copeland
makes a beautiful run of 17 yards.
Then the entire Carolina team car
ries Copeland in the air for 9 yards.
When the ball is rushed to the 1
yard line Graves carries it over for
a . touch-down. Gregory kicks a
very difficult goal. N. C. 15, Ala.
0. Time 6 minutes, 30 seconds.
Mitcham kicks to Koehler.
Graves, Copeland and McRae net
22 yards. McRae is hurt and How
ell takes his place. Carolina nets
8 yards and then Howell skirts right
end for 17 yards. Auburn gets
the ball on downs and nets 4 yards
when Skeggs kicks to centre of
field to Rodgers who makes a beau
tiful open field run for a touchdown
Gregory kick s apretty goal. Score
N. C. 20, Ala. 0. Time, 3 min
Mitcham kicks to Rogers. , Again
Carolina rushes the ball for several
yards and then loses the ballon
downs. Auburn works quarter
back kick for 10 yards and Howell
gets ball and gains 8 yards. Gra
ves kicks 40 'ards and Koehler gets
ball on Auburn's 3 yard line, Shull
the " ball over the line for a touch
down. Gregory misses goal. N
C .24- Ala. 0.
Time 7 minutes and 30 seconds.
Mitcham kicks to Koehler, How
ell Copeland, Shull aud Graves net
32 3rards and Rogers loses 5.
Georgia worked quarter back kick
for .12 yards. Carolina regains if
Time is called bail is in the. center
of the lielb.
The backs played great ball
;' throughout the entire game. Ben-
his place to the satisfaction of all
For Auburn Captain Mitcham and
Faegan played the best game.
The Auburn C o a c h Heisman,
deserves great credit for the won
derful team which he developed
from what was entirely new mate
riel. With only one old man back
in college he has developed a team
that is calculated to give Georgia
a handful on Thanksgiving day.
N. C. . Auburn.
Koehler L. E. Eichelberger
Shull L. T. Harvey
Cromartie L,. G. Hill
Cunningham C. Mitchain(Capt)
Phifei- R. G. Wort
Mclver R. T. Martin
Gregory R. E. Park
Graves F. K. Skeggs
McRae(ITowell) R. II. B. Haralson '
Copeland L. H. 13. Faegaa
Rogers (Capt) Q. B. Htigley
"Evolution," quoth the monkey,
"Makes all mankind our kin;
There's no chance at all about it,
Tails we lose and heads they
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