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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OF. THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. CHAPEL HILL. N. C, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1916
GLEE CLUB OFF Fed. 28,
To Visit Raleigh, Goldsboro,
and Other Points East
The Glee Club will leave on
its spring trip February 28.
Goldsboro will, be the first stop,
and the club expects :i very .suc
cessful visit there, since it has
not included Goldsboro in its iti
nerary for several years. The
Club will be gone a week, tilling
engagements; in Kinston, New
Hern. Washington, Greenville,
ank Kateigh. Dr. Lay. President
of St. Mary's School in Raleigh
lias promised to give his hearty
co-operation in advertising the
Club there, and to use his influ
ence in seeing that the St. Mary's
irls attend. Manager Monroe
lias assured him, however, in be
half of the club, that this last
wiir be altogether unnecessary,
since i no group imuiuc ui uit
Chili : is to be sent on and posted
in the' post office at St. Mary's.
Several features in the program
have been revised, and some ad
ditions will be made to the per .
sound.- Charlie "Muskrat" Man-'
truin, who has been too much en-
grossed with his studies in anato-
inv to take the trip for the last
two years has hinted that he may
he able to contribute the twang
of his guita'r to lite general noise,
sent to Ining up the'averaye ap-
pea ranee 'as well as the quality of
HIV. 1IC4 l UIVo
The singers, the mandolinists,
the orchestra, and the vaudeville
stars' "which comprise the club
already commenced their
rehearsing, and as a re-
.svill, all attempts at afternoon
sludying have been temporarily
discontinued by students who oc?
r.Hpy ' dormitories - in the yic.intty
of the Chapel.
WHAT'S TO HAPPEN
Sunday, February 20 Regular
services in the churches. 12:30
Dr. Moss leads a discussion at
the Beta Theta Pi House. ...
Monday, February 31 Presi
dent Graham in Chapel. 7:30
Meeting of the North Carolina
Club in Peabody. 8:30 Meeting
in Y. M. C, A. for all those inter
ested in boxing.
. Wednesday, February 23 -Pros-
i'lent Graham in Chapel
Thursday, February 2.4 Chap,
el open. Quilford vs. Carolina
basket bai at Guilford,.'
Friday, February 35,-rMusieaJ
in Chapel, Statesyitle vs. Cara
Hna at Statesville.
'Saturday, February 2( Caya?
!Ha vs. Pa vison at Statesville,
' a ''
Prnfotern- T. A Williams' will
Oliver a'lecture at 0ks, Orange
fntinty, or? Tuesday, February 23.
' K THKH was no difference between gnni 4uuw.
There'he same dHinction in
Otir StdtiOIIGry carelessi in tie selection of
. , , Au r !!hU nartrav Your thought
UK. MOWN TRACK COACH
Former Coach to Supervise
Friday afternoon Dr. Kent J.
Brown took charge of track ath
letics and will coach the team
throughout the spring.
Dr. Brown has himself partici
pated, widely in track athletics
and is an experienced coach as
well. He is a letter man at Dick
inson College in the high jump,
broad jump, and pole vault. Af
ter leaving Dickinson he entered
the University of Pennsylvania,
where he again won a letter, with
a record of six feet in the high
jump. Since then he has had
experience in coaching, having
worked most recently with the
Practice is being held every
afternoon on the. old track sur
rounding the Smith Building. On
March 1st Dr. Brown and his
squad will have the distinction
of opening up the track on Emer
son Field, which, weather permit
ting, will be ready by that time.
Dr. Brown has the hearty co-op-
eration of the college in the build
jng up of the track team,
NEW FIELD READY APRIL 3
Game With Va. Will Be first
on New Field
Emerson Field will be opened
on Alrji with the second Vir
The fitld is being
roneu ,jaily and if weather con-
iitions ae. fayorable.it should be
jn n0l shape when the Virgin-
jans. pner Chapel HUh
'pu track around the field is
being worked and will be ready
for use bv the first of March. As
soon as the track is finished work
on the infield will begin.
All the games which are play
ed here before April 8 will be
idnvrd oil the class Held. To
this end the field is being scrap
ed and rolled, It is planned to
have four infields on the class
field, one at each corner, in or
der that there may be ample
space for infield work.
Practice this week has consist
ed of batting and hitting to the
outfield. The first infield prac
tice was held Friday afternoon
and will be a part ot the "any
prf, Cobb t Tkomasville
Prof. Collier Cobb delivered an
illustrate lecture at the Baptist
Orphanage at Thomasyille, Satt
urday February 2th on "Good
Roads in Other Lands."
Alumni Review 0t Feb. 23
The Fcbrwary Aluumi Review
will appear on' the campus Wed-
nesday, February ru,
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a"l and 3 cents pner,
DRAM. CLUB DIES IN PRIME
Young Organization; Interred
With Withered Laurels
once more, O ve laurels,
and once more
Ye myrtles brown, with ivy never
I come to pluck your berries harsh
With forced fingers rude"
The King is dead! y Long live
Yes, the Dramatic Club for this
year has shuffled off this mortal
coil, dead ere its prime. Its good
ship captained by Columbus liar -
nson win not, as was intended,
sail "over the hills and far away,"
throughout the Western part of
the State, for it was nipped in
the bud; Pass around the smell
ing salts, neighbor, and brace up
to hear this eulogy of the depaat-
ed.:. ; " ,'' ., , ,
The Dramatic Club of the year
of our Lord 1915-16 was born
within the classic shades of Ger
rard Hall, in the sunny month of
October, amid the thunderous
eloquence of Freshmen's dec
lamations or "Mighty Casey at
the Hat," "Friends, Romans,
Countrymen," (emphasis on the
countrymen) and "Yield Not to
Temptation;" amid the persua
siveness of Sophomores whinings
of "You're a better man than I
am, Gungedene," "Stone 'walls
do not a prison make," and "A
tool there was and he made Ins
prayer;" and amid the more con
servative imitations of the facul
ty and bits, of previous class
stunts by Juniors and Seniors.
Thus it was born. And it grew
and flourished those bright, warm,
autumnal days under the watch
ful care of five learned men. 0
its debut was made ere the gold
en colors had faded from the
leaves; and before an audience of
was tested. Right manfully and
well did it acquit itself and be
fore many changes of program
had taken place at the Pickwick,
it ventured to Raleigh and there,
befi re an 'audience of fair women
and brave men, it added fresh
and green laurels to its handsome
brow. '. .
But alas, not studying goeth
before a fall! Pride hardened the
neck against this luckless one
against the council of the elders
and 'tis said that a chill wind,
sent by Jove, hlew across this
youth and he drooped and wither
ed and died. Thus the unlucky
one sleeps with a hope of a res
urrection to a better life next
Dr. W. U R. Sraith, on Sun
day night, Feb. 2ft, will begin at
the Baptist Church, a series of
ening sermons on the Life,
Work and Character of the Apos
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LONG'S 18 POINTS WIN
FOR CAROLINA QUINT
Davidson Defeated by 20 to
14 in Snappy Game
By scoring 18 of Carolina's 20
points Meb Long gave the Caro
lina quint the victory over David
soil; Wednesday night in Chapel
Hill. The score was 20 to 14.
The game was snappy to the
end after the first five minutes
had passed. Carolina at the start
a m a ssc d e i g h t po i n t s t o D a v id -son's
zero. Then Davidson picked
' Davidson 8.
up and the halt ended Carolina
In the beginning of the second
half both teams seemed to be
bent on protecting their goals,
and as a result there was little
scoring. Finally, however, led
by Long Carolina broke away
and added on 10 more points,
while Davidson was making (.
Wood and Hettgeveldt starred
for Davidson. The team work of
the whole Davidson team was
good but their players were weak
on shooting goals.
Carolina position Davidson
Johnson, Capt. ........... King
Long . Wood
- right guard
Davis . ........ Younger
Tennant .......... Reese, Capt.
Substitutions Carolina, Fitz
simmons for Tandy, Holding for
Fitzsimmons. Davidson, Walker
Goals Carolina, Long 8, Ten
nant 1. Davidson, Wood 3, Hen
geveldt 2, Reese 1, King 1.
Foul goals, Long 2.
Referee, Clay of Durham Y.
M. C. A. ;
FRESHMEN WIN ,
Defeat Sophomores Friday
in Interesting Game
The Freshmen rounded off the
second series of .the class basket
ball schedule last Friday by
squelching their last rival the
sophs by the score of 41-14.
The game appeared fairly even
during the first half, but the sec
ond half was a walk over for
the freshmen. Hodges, Shep
herd and Jewett for the freshmen
and Armstrong and Geantte for
the sophomores played a star
Fresh. Position Sophs.
Hodges L. F. Geanette
Shepherd R. F. Armstrong
Jewett C. Lynch
in ftivtolcA ten ftent ciirars."
SCHEDULE IS COMPLETE
Carolina Will Play Twenty
One Baseball Games
With only three games pend
ing: the baseball schedule is now
in a fairly complete state. The
schedule is as follows:
t . March 17
Oak Ridge.. Chapel HiK
f March 18
Elon College Chapel Ilii:
; ! March 24
W. Va. Wesleyan .... Chapel HiK
Davidson . . . . . . . . Winston-Salon
Wake Forest. . . ..... Chapel Hill
; ' April I
Univ. Virginia . . . .
Univ. Virginia , ...
1 .'-,'. April 4
William and Mary..
. Chapel Hill.
Wofford College Chape Hill
Wake Forest.. . .... Wake Forest
Penh State.. .. .. . . . . Chapel Hil
Univ. Virginia . . . .Charlottesvilh
April 20 '
Catholic UnivWashington D. C.
Georgetown. . . Washington D. C.
Delaware State Newarl
Navy ... ... ,
Chattanooga........ ..Chapel Hill
i Washington's Birthday Plans
So far The National Security
League has secured I wo speakers
for Washington's Birthday and
has hopes of securing a third.
Samuel Frothingham, of Massa
chusetts, a " " scryeant in tin
Plattsburg Regiment, has broken
into a hunting trip to speak
about the Military Training
Camp. G. K. Lambert, a promi
nent citizen of Greensboro, has
not yet announced the subject of
his talk. Mr. Lambert is going
to the Southern Training Camp
at Fort Oglethorpe and his sou
will accompany him. ''...
The exercises are to be held in
(Jcrrard Hall and will begin
promptly at half past eleven.
Ilutchins L. G, (Juinu
Clarvoe R. G. Bryant
This gives the Freshmen the
undisputed championship of. the
The all star team will be pick
ed this week by Coach Doak.
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