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THE TAR HE.EL
THE TAR HEEL
WITH OUR ADVERTISERS
Official Organ of the Athletic Asso
ciation of the University of
M r. FranK iasn ui Ilil'sbcro ;
will address the Ilistorial Society Below is list of the men who make
at its regular meetings February ' possible THE TAB HEEL. Without
5th upon the subject, The Consti
tution of 1776 and its Frarners.
Meeting- in Chemistry Hall at 8
BOARD OF EDITORS
L. N. Mokoan. - - - Kdflor-iu-Chief
MR BARNETT MAKES REPORT ON WORK
Continued from First Page.
invited all those who wished to
follow hitn ks he went deeper in
to his discussion of Christianity
in its relation to patriotism and
national well-being, to remain. A
maiority of those present re
mained. At the close of this
meeting a second After Meeting
was announced and an opportunity
given to all whowished, to leave.
Only a handful left. Finally
cards were distributed for the
signatures of all those who would
agree (1st to read daily a copy of
the Gospels which was then and
there presented them, (2) to pray
as they read for a spirit of under
standing, and (3) to follow ac
cording to the dictates of their
consciences the light as it should
be revealed to them through this
process. 1 he laith and hope oi
the most expectant were startled
when it was found that 286 men
from twelve institutions of learn
ing in the city had signed cards
TV Tt i nnt tn h en nnneoil
.J . . . . . that 2S6 men have become Chris
tians as a result of these meet
ings. As in similar campaies at
B. II. Mkbane D. L. RuiHTs
B. D. Stephenson A. L. M. Wkwikk
J. II. RANH M. R. I)UNNA(iA
Lenoir Chambers A. A. McKay
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M. T. Si'KAits. - Publication Manager
Entered as second class matter at the
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Seoterober 11, 1911. '
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In this issue of the Tar Heel
the revised constitution adopted
them there would be no TAB HEEL;
without your trade they cant afford
to advertise. If you care for your col
lege publication give these men your
last meeting: as its instrument of
government is published. The
constitution may not prove to be
very interesting reading, but
every student in college ought to
read it thoroughly. The question
of the financial difficulties of the
Athletic Association is of vital
importance to every student in
the University. Any movement
which is made to solve these dif
ficulties is of even more inipor
tance. The present constitution
was adopted with such a purpose
It ought to be read, therefore
and thoroughly digested
A. A. Klutta.
E. A. Brown.
E. P CUes
Merritt & Sparrow
Marse Jesse Jones
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W, M. Thompson
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J, D. Webb
Dr. Wm. Lynch.
Andrews' Cash Store
W. B. Sorrell
Long Bill Jones
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Main St. Pharmacy
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Ithaca Gun Co. Box 123. Ithaca. N. "Y".
The basketball season re-opens
tomorrow night when Carolina
meets Guilford, In the g-ames
that have gone before the team
as a whole has not shown any
startling amount of form nor team
work; nor has any " individual
member of the team developer
into an extraordinary star. This
is due, however, more to the lack
of practice than anything else
The team, though light, is fast,
and will rapidly develop into a
good, fighting quint.
1 he team of this year, how
ever, nor that of any other year,
cannot develop into anything un
less it receives more support from
the students. Whether from sup
posed lack of time or real lack of
interest the student body has so
far succeeded very well in staying
away from the games. It has
aided the team by its absence, not
its presence. And it has sup
j p c'
ported the team' v.rMts ''college
spirit," not by its two bits. As
the matter now stands it is a
question of existence not develop
ment, with the team. (
On January the 31, 1912, Caro
lina meets Guilford. Guilford
beat Virginia 17 to 16. The
galleries and other plates should
Dedicated to ihe Law Class
With all the customary apologies
to Alfred Lord Tennyson for the
use of his "Northern Farmer".
"Dost thou 'ear all that crowd
round the bulletin board to-day?
Proputty, proputty, proputty
that's what I 'ears 'em saiiy.
Proputty, proputty, proputty
Put, thou's an ;iss for all thy
Thccr's more sense i' the law
class' legs,thaa in all itsbrai'ns,"
nome there has been a great
shrinkage. It is only fair, how'
ever, to say that the permanent,
definite results would have been
far larger had the Association
been established in its own plant
and organized so as to hold and
gradually assimilate the men who
openly expressed this initial in
terest. Is it surprising that
'uuub lJC v,imai.iau icaiicis ui University of
iue cuy mere nave ueen some in- ville, va,
dined to feel impatient with the American Tobacco Co.
J. Van Lindley
T. F. Hanes
Norfolk & Southern
Ithaca Gun Co., Ithaca, N. Y.
Zinzendorf Laundry, Winston-Salem
O. F. Craig, University Station
Bastian Bros, Rochester, N. Y, .
Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Va.
J. Van Lindley Nursery
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Geo. V. Btronq, College Agent.
Association lor its tardiness m
taking hold of such an oppor
tunityr Among the concrete re
sults of this brief campaign
which extended over only two
days, permit me to mention three
or four. They impress me as be
ing indicative of a most encourag
ing state of the soil.' The two
men who presided over the two
public meetings were leading
educators of the city, graduates
of mission schools, teachers for a
number of years in the govern
ment schools, of - the citv. and
faithful members of the Christian
Church. Eddy's meetings revealed
in both of them a strong personal
interest in the Association and
afforded a rare opportunity of
identifying them in a large and
public way with Christianity be
fore the student body of Hang-
chow. During the week follow
ing the meetings three students:
wtio nau signed the cards re
ferred to above visited a leading
pastor of the city and asked him
to let them visit him weekly and
receive instruction from him con
cerning the Gospel. That they
felt it necessary to come to him '
"secretly for fear of" the Head.
master of their school showed Call at - H PattefSOIl's
now reai was me interest winch
moved them to make the request. 1 l l ut11Ji iHK UAMPUS)
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lolds an official position in the
city, and wields a large influence
because of his connections with
one of the most honored families
of the Empire. It seems that
this man has long been a secret
eliever in the teachings of
'hrist, having been won to this
faith by the reading of the Gos-
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