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D. P. Parker, Man. Editor
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remarkably well this year. She
surprised everybody on last Satur
day and won from Yale by a score
of 5 to 0. It has been twenty one
Years since Columbia scored on
Yale. Yale's team was not only
beaten but it was badly rattled
Time and time again Columbia tor
Yale's heavy rush line to pieces and
finally, Weeks the little half back
carried the ball by a forty yard run
between Yale's goal posts.
The Princeton Tigers suffered
defeat at the hands of Cornell at
Ithaca, N. Y. Young- Cornell's
quarter kicked goal from the field
Published every Wednesday by the (General thus winning- the game by a score
Athletic Association. of 5 to 0.
Other scores were as follows;
Lafayette 5 Naval Cadets 0.
West Point 6 Dartmouth 2.
Boston College 18 Amherst 0.
C. G. Rose,
Benj. Bell Jr.
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One of the most hopeful signs of
the higher standard of college eth
ics here is the almost total absence I
of hazing and especially of that no
torious form of hazing, as "black-
Washington & Lee 18
Lehigh 50 University of N.Y.0.
Cinncinatti 6 Vanderbilt 0.
A mass meeting of the students
A moderate amount ofprop-j was held in Gerrard Hall Monday
erly directed "freshing" may not I evening. Mr. Kemp Lewis, presi
be so bad when applied to certain J dent of the athletic association pre
members of the class who are af- sided. Mr. W. F. Bryan stated
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nicted witii tne disease or undue tne ooiect ot tne meeting, it was
self-importance but indiscriminate J to assure the football team of the
and brutal hazing is not at present J hearty and unanimous support of
and we trust will never be in thej the students, in spite of its recent
future considered one of the pleas- misfortune in Raleigh. The night
ures and prerogatives of the sopho- was cold, windy and rainy, but a
more. And tms result nas Deen good crowd ot students wived the
accomplished without any outside j hostile elements to show their devo
pressure from the faculty or from j tion to and confidence in the team.
any other source. The student Under t b e leadership of Chief
body has simply realized that its! Cheerer Bryan college yells were
dignity will suffer from such boor- given with spirit, and considerable
ishness, and where sporadic cases enthusiasm aroused. Short talks
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of hazing do occasionlly break out were made by Messrs. Bernard,
it can be laid to. the misguided en- Anderson, Greenfield, Allison, Hall,
ergy of a few irresponsible fellows. Osborne, and others. The sense of
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the meeting was that the team
In one of our first issues atten- must ancl woulu wm tlle Maryland
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tion was called to the vital neces- ffame. and tnat tne student body
.'I 1 1 t i It 1 1 t Mr 1
e;tv nf ptrvr tm1pnt' 'Srttinrr k would ue unitedly oemna it. The
hind" the team and encouraging it Meeting adjourned with everybody
in pWrv rcihl wa v Tf ; -.determined to win or bust.
team, in defeat or victory it repre
sents the best material in college. Dn staS's Sention.
When a victory is won, every man Rev. J. W. Stagg, D. D., of
in the University recognizes this, Charlotte, University Preacher,
but in defeat there is a slightly dif- spoke to the student body in Gerard
ferent feeling. As a member of .the! Hall Sunday evening. The hall
team has said, when the team is was filled to overflowing. The
successful, we all throw our hats in text was John XIV 1: "Believe
the air, and tell everybody all about in God, believe also in me." The
how we beat em, what hue ball we sermon was along somewhat the
played, etc., when a game is lost same line as the lecture by Dr. J.
the team got beat, the team's work A, Long a few days
was rotten, etc. until it is enough "Science and Religion, "It was a
to discourage every member of the clear-cut and logical argument foe
team. the Christian religion in this agr
In defeat as well as in victory it when "men are thinking the things
is we who loe or win and if a de- so easily believed by their fathers
feat could be traced back to its ulti- cannot be believed by them
mate cause, this might be found in
the indifference and harsh criticism
of the student body.
Some Recent Games.
It would seem that the name
"Big Four" is no longer correct.
Harvard was the only one that was
able to win on last Saturday. She
defeated the Carlisle Indians by a
score of 22 to 10, Hudson Carlisle's
famous quarter back kicked goal
from the field.
Columbia's team is showing up
"Intellect does .not destroy reli
gion, all tho learning of this age
has simply lit up instead of detract
ing from the Word of God."
Religion is not in danger from
any earnest seekers after truth.
The natural law holds no secret
which can overthrow the truth of
God. Ages of knowledge
of faith for those who go
edm it that nossibilitv. uod, an
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intelligent spirit, as the author and
controller of the universe, is a bet
ter explanation of this world than
any theory that men may devise
The man who undertakes to explain
this world need not be confused
when he finds a set of second caus
es which explain all except the firs
cause, if he believes in God, the in
j'Ye believe in God, believe also
in me." Jesus Christ gives the
soul a peace the world cannot give
When a man believes that God has
come down at a certain time in the
world's history and at a certain
spot on earth to teach men the sup
eriority of spiritual things, he has
something which will go far to
wards keeping him from wrong.'
The first of this year's Preach
ers to the University delivered a
message full of power. He is him
self a living witness to the fact that
intellect does not destroy religion.
The following series of Public
Lectures has been announced fo
the Collegiate year. Of this series
the first three have already been
given and have proved extremely
interesting and valuable and have
been very well received by the large
diencesa which heard them.
Oct. 5th, Prof. K. P. Battle:
"The Bench and Bar of Raleigh
Oct. 19th, Prof. F. P. Venable,
'Justus von Liebig Hero of
Oct. 20, Dr. D. A. Long, "Science
inov. znd, frotessor l nomas
Hume, "The relation of the Bible
to a Liberal Education.
Nov. 9th, Prof. Edwin Mims,
Trinity College, N. C, "Newman
Arnold, Browning; a Comparative
Nov. 16th, Prof. Collier Cobb,
'The Yellowstone National Park."
Nov. 24th,' Dr. Hunter McGuire
University College of Medicine,
Richmond, Va., "Personal Refl
ections of Stonewall Jackson. "
Dec. 7th, President DJ. A. Alder-
man, I lie southern tJoy and his
Jan. 11th, Pres. George T.
Winston, Agricultural and
Mechanical College, Raleigh, North
Jan. 19th, Prof. H. L. Smith,
Davidson College, N.C., "Intellect-
tal Value of Scientific Study."
Jan. 25, Prof. J. A. Holmes,
State Geologist, "A Tour of the
reat Lakes and a Glimpse of
Feb. 2nd, Prof. E ben Alexander
Feb. 9th, Prof. W. L Poteat,
ATake Forest College, N. C.
Feb. 15th, Prof. H. . Linscott,
'Rome a World Romance".
Mar. 1st, Prof. C. S. Mangum,
'War between Man and Bacteria."
Mar. 15th, Prof. M. C. S. Noble,
"BAort Fisher and The Blockade "
Mar. 29, Prof. W D. Toy, "The
Faust Legend and Goethe's Inter
pretation of it."
The Surrey County Undergrad
uate Club is the grst to organize in
accordance with the call in the last
issue of 77s Tar Heel. The fo.
lowing officers were chosen.
Pres. R. S. Satterfield '01.
Sec. J. W. Hendrix '03.
The other members of the club
are Messrs. J. S. Atkinson, A. E
Woltz, J. R. Paddess and Gaston
Now let the students from the
other counties get togethe and push
along organizations weich will
prove of the greatest service to the
Miss Lewis and Miss Root, 0f
Raleigh, who came up the dance
Friday evening, stayed ovvr to the
game yesterday. Miss Thompson,
wno was with them at Dr. Battle's
returned home yesterdav.
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