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THE TAR HEEL
Official Organ of the Athletic Asso
ciation of the University of
BOARD OF EDITORS
L. N. Morgan, - -
B. H. Merank D. L. Rights
B. D. Stephenson A. L. M. Wiggins
J. H. Rand M. R. Dunnagan
Lenoir Chambers A. A. McKay
R. W, Scott, Andrew Joyner, Ja
G. L. Oarrington
C. W. E. Pittman, - lUisines-s Manager
F. L. Eitless, - - Circulation Manager
M. T. Spears, - Publication Manager
Entered as peeond class matter at the
lKstoQice at Chapel Hill, N. C.
September 11, 1911.
Printed hy The University Press,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year,
Payahle in advance or during the
Single Copies, 5 Cents.
The time of stress and terror,
of midnight oil and dopes, is
again drawing nigh. This does
not purport to be an essay on
those fearsome things called ex
aminations, but merely a reminder
. that sometime ago the 1 ower
classes, at least the junior class,
decided to elect their officers for
next year during the spring term.
And not much time is left in
which to do this.
It is unnecessary, to urg-e that
these elections be held now.
Every student knows the wisdom
of such action. The Students
Council, if needed at all, is needed
just at the opening of college, for
this is the time of greatest crisis
in the college year. Action right
away, however, is needed.
, Kansas has a greater per cent
of college , students than any
other state. It sends one student
out of every 112 to college.
Twenty-five per cent of the
students at the University of
Minnesota did not have a single
absence during the past term,
lasting from September through
To secure a degree at Kansas
the student must be able to show
a certificate of proficiency in
A holiday of several days has
been granted at Vanderbilt. This
is done every year immediately
after the winter term examinatins.
A series of scholarships for
graduates students from India
has been provided by the Univer
sity of California.
Instead of the usual caps and
gowns the graduates of the Agri
culture School of the University
of Minnesota will wear overal's
md slouch hats.
The Mississippi Legislature
'; ts recently appropriated to the
.iate University $212,000. And
i.ssissippi is a Southern State!
Bud What is the difference be
i veen an ordinary co-ed and a
Weiser One slays four years
;uid the other stays for years.
Jinks I know a sure cure for
Binks Is that dossible?
Jinks Sure, set the voting age
FILLED WITH EXCITEMENT
.i .... . . ... - .
seen a real baseball erame. lhe
tried their fame against Jimmie
Roystcrs six-shooters. The re-
suit was that the seniors won
to 14. .setting. The night performance
Every play made was a feature wjil he lighted by powerful calci
from Dr. Bells attempt to catch 'urns which throw the tree
a fly in his mouth to Col lier Cobb's bowered stage into fide relief and
slide to safety in centre field. ' the audience into obscurity, as it
Tommy Wilson and Billy Ware should be. The music incidental
were there with the goods, hit
ting at 1000 and 667 respectively,
Towles had an outdrop which
was more crooked than one of his
irregular verbs, and with it lie!
made Bob Winston make twelve
mighty swipes at the air without
ueuctnx hem the l acuity ' in; being, thoroughly 'competent cx
every inning except 1 the seventh '' pcrienced actors are Shakespearc-
and ninth. In each of these the
faculty gathered three hits and
in the ninth four free trips
L,ucia s territory. ,
The base running was superb.
Nat Cartmell was there looking
over the players with an idea to
t acuity track team. Johnnie
Booker and Cow Bacot have both
made places. Ware's steal to
lome was a beautiful piece of
FACULTY. AB. R. Il.PO. A. E.
Howell, -s. s. ..5 2 2 0 0 1
Eoyeter, 2b. . . . 6 2 2 3 2 1
Lawson, 3b. ... . . .... 631 1 2 1
Ware, c. ............. 5
Winston, r, f 3
Wilson, lb. ......... 3
Mangum, 1. f. ... . .. ... 3
Daggett, 1. f. 3
Bell, c. f. ............ 2
Beard, c f. 3
Towles, p 4
Viles, p. 0
..43 14.13 24 6
AB. R. H.PO.A.E
Stacy, lb. ............ 4 1 1 12 0
Stubbs, c, cf ........ . 5 2 2 5 1
Barbee, r. f 5 3 2 0 0
Carter, s. s. c ..5 2 2 2 1
Winston, of, s.s. . . .... 5 1 1 3 0
Folger, 2b. 4 3 3 1 3
Rcece, r. f. .... 5 2 1 3 0
Graham, 3b. 5 0 111
Hendrix, p 2 1 0 0 2
Totals ... 40 15 13 27
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S. C. WINS TENNIS MATCH
The tennis meet with the Unr
versity of South Carolina, playec
on Thursday afternoon and Fri
day morning of Junior Week, re
sulted in a victory for the Pal
metto collegians, our team losing
the doubles and breaking even in
The game of doubles was called
at 2:30 Thursday afternoon. The
University of South Carolina was
represented by Waring and Cary,
ana tne-.iar tieeis were repre
sented by Chambers and Oates
Our boys started off with a rush
and for the first two sets clearly
outclassed the Palmetto lads.
winning the first set 6 to 3 and
the second set 8 to 6. In the
third set our team made a num
ber of wild plays and seemed to
lose the vim that characterized
their playing at the outset of the
game. The South Carolinians
worked their opportunity effect
ively and for the remaining sets
held the winning hand. The
final score of the doubles was 3 to
2 in favor of South Carolina, thus
counting forty per cent toward a
victory of the meet.
The game of singles was called
at 10 o clock Brulay morning,
Oates playing Waring and Cham
bers tackling Cary. Chambers
was in good form and by hard
playing snatched two panics out
of three from his opponent. Un
til the third set the singles be
tween Oates and Waring was
hotly contested, seesawing to
nrst one and then the other.
However, in the fourth set Oates
began to weaken nd Waring
proceeded lo annex fnr games in
row, making four clean pass
A i 1 1 S. .
snots out of live points,
final bcore tttoodC to 3.
Coburn Players Modday
Continued from first page
oerformances of this band
Pst in i feature of the oerformances
s that they will be given with
only the sky for a roof and with
a natural background of forest
15 with trees and shrubs for the
- to the performance is not played
hy instrument but sung by a cho.
rus of men's voices rendering the
quaint old songs o! Shakespeare's
day in an esquistMv entertaining
; fashion. The company is a par-
j ticularly .good one "composed as itj
lis of men and women who besides
'an students who brin- their en-
thusiasm to bear in their various'
In the production of the plays
the greatest care has been exer
cised to insure the absolute
authenticity of the costumes,
songs' and other details of the
performance. " ; r
"Twelfth Night" and "Mac
beth,'' which will be given on the
campus on Monday, April 29t
are two of the most popular play
in the L ouurns repertoire, anc
Shakespearean scholars of recog
nized standing have asserted un
equivocally that the spirit anc
atmosphere of the plays is never
so well realized as in the open air
' Tickets for the Coburn plays
can be secured at Kubanks Drug
Royal Q Borden
Durham - - North Carolina
Furnishings for Students. Every
thing for the Home.
3 riz. for $2.00
1 dz. " 1.00
lhe Best Carnations ever grown
in the South are being cut
now, about 10,000 a week.
Orders Handled Promptly
American Beauty Roses
$6 and $8 dz.
J. Van Lindley Nursery
GREENSBORO, N. U.
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Call at U U "Dn.
(OPPOSITE THE CAMPUS) "
Where you will find Men's FumiHliings.
Trunks, Dress Suit Cases, Carpets,
Rugs, ready-made Sheets, Pillow
Cases, Towels, Bowls and pitchers,
Kerosene oil lieaters, Hardware
of all kinds, and everything
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A I Goods Delivered Promptly
The Royal Cafe and Restaurant
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Metropolian Old Plact
Open Day and Night
Tables Reserved for Ladlei.
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. VIA .
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Rates in same proportion from all other stations.
Tickets will be on sale May 5th, (5th, 7th and 8th , with, final
return limit May 15th, or if you prefer to stay longer, by deposit
ing your ticket and paying a fee of fifty cents you can liave final
limit extended until June 5th, 1912. .
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. For detailed information apply to any Southern Railway Agent
or the undersigned.
J 0, JONES, Traveling Passenger Agent, Raleigh, N.C.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.
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health insurance. College men can secure liberal
contracts to write business in Eastern North Carolina.
There is money in it for you, Mr. College Man. Try it
during your next vacation.
MASSIE SMITH, Managers,
MEET ME AT THE
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Opposite Postoflice, DURHAM, N. 0.
Open after every show.
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At Uuivnmity Station.
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ithata Can Co. Box 123, Ithaca, N. Y.
EubanKs Drug Co.
Chapel Hill - North Carolina
"When in Roleigh, Go To
Tucker Building Pharmacy
For your DrinKs and SmoKes
On the Cornet
Huyler's and Parli