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THE TAR H EE Iy
C. E. Mcintosh of Durham
speut Sunday on the Hill.
West Harris, ex-13, of Durham,
is visiting in Chapel Hill.
A. W.Graham has been spend
ing some time in Washing-ton,
D. C ,
Miss Poeka McGehee
several days here on a visit from
St. Iary,'s at Raleigh,
Robert Shipp, pf the first 5 ear
law class, has bevn initiated into
the Beta Theta Pi "fraternity.
Pat Bivins, "11, city editor of,
Durham Sun, attvnded the
Swathmore gamos here.
I). R, Murchisou and II. B.
Schofer have been on a short trip
to Lynchburg, Va.
Hunt Parker, ex'12, now at the
University of Virginia, spent
several days on the Hill with
friends last week. '
Miss Alma Stone, who has
been spending a few days here
with relatives, returned to Mere
dith College last week.
Preliminaries for the Junior
Oratical Contest will be held
Wednesday night, April 3 Two
men from each society will be
Dr. C, P. Reed, General secre
tary of the Layman's Missionary
Movement for the Methodist
Church, made an address here
Mr. Perry Seagle, . a former
.football star here and now State
representative of Gin n & Company
publishers, sdent several (jays on
the Hill last week.
Mr. VV. H. Swift, of Greens
bora, an alumnus of the Univer
sity, was a .visitor last week. On
Friday morning in Chapel he
made a plea for more stringent
child labor laws in 'this State.
Coach Clancy and "Monk"
Hanes spent Saturday and Sun
day in Winston-Salem. Mr.
Clancy went up to arrange the
ball game, which is to be played
Wednesday between the Twins
and the New York Giants.
R. B. Hall, '11, now a chemist
with the Dupont Powder Co.
spent a day visiting friends on
the Hill last week. Some time ago
Mr. Hall was injured in an ex
plosion, He spent three weeks
in the hospital, and then went to
his home in Lenoir to recurate.
He has not gone back to his work
at Penn's Grove, N. J.
CAROLINA TAKES THE FIRST
Continued from First Page,
going to third. On a very close
decision Gilchrist was out at the
plate when Darbrow hit to Bailey.
The visitors accepted this decis
ion like sportsmen.
Box score and summary:
CAROLINA. AB.R.H.PO A.E.
Hanes, r. f. . . . .... ... 4 0
Edwards, 2b. 2 0
Irby, b. s. 4 0
Swink, c 2 2
Page, c. 3 0
Young, 1. f. 0 1
Whitaker, lb. ........ 2 ,0
Bailey, 2b. 2 0
Woods. ...3 0
Totala... .. 27 3 4 27 12 2
SWATHcoitE. AB.R. H.PO.A.B.
Darbrow, c f 3 0
Barker, s.e. 4 0
Tarble, r. f .2 0
Geig, lb 4 0
Lucas, 1. f 3 0
Weaver, 2b 3 0
OihjJiriHt, 3b ...2 Q
Thomas, c 3 0
Nohttofer, p 3 0
Totals 27 0 1 24 14 2
Score by inn ing-s: K.li.E
Swathmore 000 000 0000 1 2
Carolina 010 001 01 3 4 2
til l?vC - "onto
Ross Crane Delights a Big Audience by His
in the Use of Crayons and Modeling
Ross Crane, the cartoonist, with
his company, consisting of can
vasses and crayons, modeling-
aumidv ana piauo, great-
J" Uelihted a lar audience in
Gerrard Hall Salurdav eveniny
by his art and versatility.
" viivi3vMl AAA
the use of crayons in producing
cartoons or. landscapes that can
seldom be surpassed, except by
iNlotber Nature herself. Un-
A ... I .4... J 1 .. 1 '. .
, UUMUlcu,.x 1118 greatest crayon
siceicu was an illustration of
Tennyson's "Crossing the Bars".
Vividly did be show the "Sunset
and evening star", the blue of the
ocean, the changing colors of the
clouds piled up in the background,
and the sable bark putting out to
sea. No less beautiful was the
scene of the "Sewauee River", by
the pale light of the rising moon.
On the banks was the typical
negro cabin, desolate and gloomy,
but made bright and cheerful by
one stroke, causing the light of a
candle to shine from the window.
Drawing a dog, and lengthen
ing instead of shortening his tail,
Mr. Crane completely upset the
Darwinian Theory, demonstrat
ing that men are descended from
the canine family by revolution
rather than frommonkey by evolu
tion. With a few strokes he drew
the burloy "cop", Farmer Corn
tassel, and the financial shark.
Placing on a high collar the head
of one of the daughters of Eve,
with one sweeping stroke, he pro
duced the remarkable bean pole
effect of the latest in female dress.
Mr. Crane is no less an artist
in clay-modeling than with cray
ons, vvitn wonaenui pertection
and in a remarkably short time,
he formed the faces and features
of Robert E. Lee, Abraham
Lincoln, and "Uncle Sam". By
a few touches, he transformed
the sour and stern face of the
boardiug mistress into one wear-
ingthe smile that nevercomes off.
Throughout the evening, Mr.
Crane kept up a steady flow of
rare and pleasing wit. His
ability to entertain was thorough
ly demonstrated by the numerous
rounds of applause from the large
and appreciative audience.
Batteries -Schaefer and Thom
as; Woods and Swink.
Summary Stolen bases, Hanes,
Irby, Swink. Young (2). Bailey,
Tarble. Sacrifice hits, Whitaker,
Pag-e, Young-, Thomas, Gilchrist,
Darbrow, Lucas. Three base
hits, Swink. Double plays, Tarble
to Baker. Hit by pitched ball,
Swink, Tarble (2). Baseon balls,
by Woods, 2; by Schaefer, 9.
Wild pitch, Woods. Time of
game, 1:40. Umpires, Schumaker
with the Accident and Health
Department of the
Pacific Mutual Life In
1 offers the best opportunity to col-
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MASSIE & bMl 1 H, Managers,
WARSAW, N. C.
Durham - - North Carolina
FarDiihtngs for Students. Every
thiol for tht Horn;
University ct Virginia
JUNE 19 AUGUST 2, 1912.
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Also seventy-five courses preparing for
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tions Most of instructors Tpllege Professors
of distinction. - , v
Fees low. Board rewoi'.l?U'. Rodnced
For information and official announeer
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U N I V E R 8 1 T Y , VI.RUI N I A .'
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Excellent Facilities for Teaching
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For Catalogue address
CiiRlsTOPHEliyoiPKms, M- D.,Iteftn,
University of North
Head of the State Svsrem of
The University stands for thor
oughness and all that is best in edu
cation and the moulding of charac
ter. It is epuipped with 24 build
ings, new water works, central
heating, electric lights. Eleven
Scientific Laboratories, equipped for
good work. The Faculty numbers
80. .Students, 800. Library of
60,000 volumes. One librarian and
four assistants. Fine Literary Socie
ties. There is an active Y. M. C.
A., conducted by the students.
Scholarships and loans for the
needy and deserving.
For information,, address
F. P. VENABLE,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Are Invited to Make the Store of
Whiting & Horton
Raleigh, N. C,
What Time Is It?
Time to have your watch repaired.
Repair work of all kinds quickly
done by Skilled Workmen. Hand
: 7 it to me.--
Steve Pember, College Representative.
If You Want to Feel Good
as Well as Look Good,
MOSER'S BARBER SHOP
All style of Hair Cuts on hand at all
times. Opposite campus.
COTTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, NEW YORK,
Makers of the Caps, Gowns and Hoods
to the .University of North Carolina, University of the
South, Harvaid, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, and th
others. Clas Contracts a Specialty. Reliable Ma
te rials. Reasonable nricea. Bulletino And SamnleH nn
Pritehard, Bright . Company
and Furnishers :-: :-:
J5C.9 for 2Sc. Cluett, Peabody & Co., Makers
University Suppy Co,
A thletic Supplies for High Schools
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
are the largest
the world of
FOR ALL ATH
If YOU are inter
ested in Athletic Sport
you should have a
copy of tJie Spalding
Catalog. It's a com
plete encyclopedia of
world as a
Wluxt's New in Sport
and is sent free on re
quest. A. G. Spalding & Bros.,
208 E. Baltimore S., Baltimore, Md.
Does the best pressing
and the cleanest cleaning
done on the Hill. Give
him a trial.
Opposite University Inn.
Meet Your Friends
When in Durham.
MR. E. S. MERRITT
Is with them. Opposite PostpfTice.
THE STAR CAFE,
The Cleanest and Most Up-to-Date
Dining Room in Town.
Quick and Polite Service. University
men are invited to give us a call.
Pleasant room to rent also.
The Main St Pharmacy Co,
Bend them your .card and name; they
do the rest.
201 E. Main St., - - DURHAM, N. C.
BUHINENS.-Wben you tliiuk of going to
Bchool, rite for new Catalogue and upecia
offera of tne leading BimtneHS and Bborthan
SchoolH. Addreea Kliig'w BuMtneMM Co
letc, KRleiirb, N. C, or Charlotte, K.
We also teach bookkeeping, Shorthand, Pen
tnanuhip, eto., by mail.
Shoes Need Mending
Opposite University Inn
Dr. Witt. Lynch,
New office over Cates' Jewelry Store,
CHAPEL HILL, N. 0. '
L. G. UTLEY
Next Door to Post Office
A nice line of Men's Furnishings, Cigars,
Confectioneries, and Stationary. Give
v a part of your trade.
Merrit & Sparrows
The Most Up-to-Date,
The Most Convenient
Livery Stable in town.
Rear of Post Office.
E. P. GATE,
Fine Engraving and Repairing
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
CUT GLASS AND
CHAfJSL HILL, .... - N . C.
New quarters below Pickard's
Hotel. Bought out entire
' stock of W.W.Pickard.
Let the College Caterer,
Prepare that banquet, ile
More Than Your Money's
Worth. ; V
.$10.00 PER MONTH.
Fruits and Confectioneries.
J. D. WEBB
Gent's Furnishings a Specialty
Clothing and Sho8 1 1 t 1
Next Door to PoHtoffice.
W. B. S0RRELL,
CHAf'EL HILL, n,c,