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The Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1943-1946, November 12, 1908, Page 2, Image 2

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I f-i 12; Tar His UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. BOARD OF EDITORS F. r. Graham, D. B. Ie.w.vk, Editor-in-Chief. Assistant Editor-in-Chief . ASSOCIATE EDITOHS T. P. Nash C. 0. IlOltlNSON C. B. Ri i-Kiy, -A. II. vVou-k, W. M. Caddy Cyius Thompson 0. W. Hyman - - - - Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Published once a week by the General Ath letic Association. Entered in the Postollice at Chapel Hill, N. C., as second class iiiatter. Printed by The University .Press,' Chapel Hill. Subscription Price. $1.50 per Year Payable in advance or during first term. Single Copies. 5 Cents. Thk Carolina-Virginia game is drawing near. Two weeks from today the student bodies of the two univer sities will take the Virginia capital by storm and fifteen thousand sons of the Old North State and the Old Dominion will gather at the Broad Street Park to witness the great game of the South. Apropos of this the Charlotte Observer says: . "It occasionally happens there are stronger and better matched teams of the South vieing with each other but nothing can take th place of the con sideration of ancient nvalry, of the double-state-wide interest, of the tra ditions and fame of the contesting Universities, and of the fifteen thous- nd cheering spectators." The Carolina-Virginia game is to the South what the Yale-Harvard game is to the North It is not always the game that decides, (though it of ten has decided) theSouthern Champion ship yet it always has been and al ways will be the game that brings to gether in friendly, but intense rival ry, two of the oldest and most honored state-universities in America. It is the game that is most deeply grounded in the traditions of the two universities, and it is the game to which the alumni turn, for around it cluster many cherished memories of their college days. The Varsity-Scrub Debate Last Friday night in the Phi Society Hall Messrs. K. D. Battle and John W. Umstead, Jr., debat ed the Carolina-Pennsylvania query with Messers. F . N. Cox and Mosley, the scrub debaters. The query is: Resolved, That the Pooling- of Inter-State Traffic Should be Legalized. The scrubs upheld the Pennsylvania side, which is the af firniative. The debate was spirited and the debaters acquittea them selves creditably. Messrs, Battle and Umstead showed a knowledge and grasp of the subject which will stand them in good stead to morrow in Philadelphia. Prof. H. H. Williams and C. W. Tillett, Jr., took issue with them at the close of the regular contest and called forth some lively rejoinders. Juniors Win From Seniors. The Junior football team made a The Richmond Excursion. strong bid for the championship by The Richmond excursion train -adding another victory to their list will leave Chapel Hill Wednesday , Friday afternoon. The Seniors night instead of Thursday morning were their victims. The game was as heretofore. This leaving at night interesting and close and the score ' : 1 L TJ! 1 J ' i . A ...xM Jt. 1 i e ' Will insure an arrivaj ax., ruenmonu was not irmue untu me last lew Saturday afternoon the Varsity plays the University of South Caro lina. This is the last game on the local grounds and also the last game before Thanksgiving. Every student in the University should be present at this game and give the team a back ing that will give impetus to their playing in this game and an added im pulse to the practice of the next ten days. Furthermore the management made special efforts to secure games on the Hill. The attendance at these games has not been large and if the students desire games on the Hill in the future they should make it worth while to the management by turning out en masse Saturday. early enough in the morning for tk students to do a little sight seeir about the city. The train reachd Richmond last fall just in time fir the game. Although the night' ..will be spe on the ti-aiu there will be about much sleeping as there has been On account of the excitement an the probability of not getting upi in time to take the early mornin train the students have slept verj little before the Thanksgiving trip; In the train this time will be severa ... i i . it . i Mcqjcis. Denns can oe secured troni Assistant Manager C. O. Rob inson. Resolutions of Respect. The Philanth ropic Society o th Un iversity of North Carolina, as a.i expression of its grief over the deatf of Mr. John H. Cooper, of Clinton! N. C., one of its loyal members male the following resolutions: First, In the death of Mr. Coope the Philanthropic Society has4ost ah esteemed member, the University one of her valued students and tte State a promising young man. Second, That we extend 01 r sympathy to the bereaved family over our mutual loss. j Third, That a copy of these reso lutions be sent to his family, to the ''Sampson Democrat," "The News Dispatch", the Universit y publica tions and a copy be incorporated in minutes of the Philanthropic Society Lewis N. Taylor, Theodore H.Partrick, Charles S. Veuable, Committee, Lelaud Powers in Star Course. . Mr. Leland Powers, the head of the Leland Powers School of Drama tic Art at Boston, will be here Sat urday night to give the third enter tainment of the Star Course. Mr. Powers is well known here; his im personation of David.. Garrick two years ago was the best number of that season's Star Course. As proof of his wonderful popularity he has had engagements at the leading uni versities as many asthirty-fivetimes. Tickets are on sale at Eubanks's Drug Store. minutes of play. A well executed forward paas from Avery to John ston brought the ball within strik ing distance of the goal. After a few line plunges, Avery on a fake goes around end for a touchdown. Avery kicked goal, making the score 6 to 0. For the Seniors, Jones, McRae, Allen, and Parker played good ball; for the Juniors, Avery. Johnston, and Struthers, were the stars. Line-up: Seniors Edwards, Blackburn Cox W. D. Montsinger, Parker Parker, Kirkpatrick Moore Watt Baucom Tillet McRae Allen Jones e. r. t. r. g. i. sr. 1. 1. 1. e. q- r. h. b. f. b. r. h. b. Juniors Farrior Dameron Wolfe Montague, Morgan Stacy Rodriguez Struthers Joyner Avery Johnston Robinson Freshmen Lambast Bingham The fast football team which rep resents the class of 1912 added fresh laurels to its crown Monday by over whelmingly defeating Bingham School of Mebane. The score Was 38 to 0, or thereabouts. The game promised at first to be close and ex citing, but towards the end of the first half Bingham seemed to lose heart, and three touchdowns were made in the last three minutes of play. In the secoud half the Fresh men did not exert themselves, but but only tried several different plays from punt formation, from which beautuui tor ward pas ses were pulled off. For 1912 Wins ton, Jones, Barker, Wood, and Hemphill came into prominence on several occasions, and all the line men held well. Ray's work at the end was the redeeming feature of Bingham's play. O Y IB WltOA 4MBMNR OUAftTCft 3121 COLLARS The Most Popular !- jr Collars Made 15 Oent- for 25 Cent Cluett, Peabody & Co., Troy.X.T. v G. C. Pickard & Co. LIVERY STABLE Located on Rosemary St., near Tele phone Exchange. Stylish turnouts always on hand. WANT A T E A M, C A L L 3 0. SALES AGENTS WANTED $36.00 per Week or 400 per cent Profit All samples, stationery, and art cata logue free. We want one permanent agent in this locality for the largest picture and frame house in America. Experience unnecessary. We instruct you how to sell our goods and furnish the capital. If you want a permanent, honorable, and profitable position, write us today for particnlars, cata logue and samples. PKANK W. WILLIAMS COMPANY t 1214 W. Taylor St., Chicago, Illinois Now is the time, Kluttz's is the place to buy your new Fall Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Neckwear and everything in men's Fur nishings. Big cash reduction sale on. New and up-to-date goods. Prices that cannot be beat. Call early to avoid rush. F Musical Concerts New selections 8 to 9 p. m. Respectfully, A. A. KLUTTZ doctor William Lynch, DENTIST, Office in Kluttz Block - - CHAPEL HILL Dr: G S. BOYETTE DENTIST Office in Brockwell Building T h e A t h 1 e 1 1 c Store Invites the students to give it the same liberal support in the future as they have in the past. We cany a complete line of - GYMNASIUM. GOODS Give our manager your order for a pair of Regal shoes. J. M. Neville, Manager FsTA BUSHED 1892 STEPHEN LANE FOLGER MANUFACTlTRrnO Jewelek Club and college pins and Kings. Gold, sil ver and bronze medals. Diamonds, watches, jewelery. 180 Broadway, Nw York BULL CITY TRANSIT CO. Has an automobile lino between CHAPEL HILL AND DURHAM For the especial benefit of the students and for the accommodation of travelers. TRIP GUARANTEED Chrysanthemums for Phone 27B. sa le! BOYS! See "Long" Bill Jones for Pressing and Cleaning-. Work guaranteed. $1.00 per month. Shop in rear of Kluttz Building-.

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