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be held. After a recess of a few days
the third term of the collegiate year
will begin, and last until a little later
than the middle of June.
Dr. Chase advised every man to stay
in college, if possible; or at any rate
to stay for examinations, and get
credit for work. He said many men
argued that it was needless for them
to take examinations for they could
not pass the course. To these men,
Dr. Chase pointed out that they don't
know what they can do. To go off
without standing the examinations
would be certain loss while a man tak
ing them gains. The examination
will last for two hours this year, in
stead of three, as heretofore, accord
ing to Dr. Chase, who said that thi?
fact ought also to be encouraging. To
men who claim that financial reas
ons keep them from returning after
Xmas, advice was given to confer with
members of the Self-help Committee
in regard to work. No man shou'i
give up his education for financial
reasons until he has found out wheth
er he can support himself by working
his way. The chances for a man to
pay his way through school by doing
work out in town and around the Hill
are unlimited, said Dr. Chase.
An announcement which brought joy
to the non-S. A. T. C. men, was that
these men would no longer be kept un
der M. P. regulations and could gam
bol ' upon the main thoroughfares
of the city to their hearts' content.
On Monday, December 9, election of
officers for Sophomore, Junior, and
Senior classes will be held. ' The
Frshman class will elect its leaders the
HEARD ON THE CAMPUS
1st Rookie: "I just bought a pair of
2nd Ditto: "Did you get them from
Charley?" (This is deep and requires
The Carolina unit of the Marine
Corps stationed at Georgia Tech, re
port that there is no spirit like the
No Letters Given
to Football Team
,Altho no letters will be awarded
the members of the football team,
due to the fact that the players were
in the S. A. T. C, those making the
team this year will have an oppor
tunity to win their monograms next
In keeping with the policy of the
University, the coaches have urged re
peatedly upon the men the necessity
of clean, sportsmanlike football. One
of the results of such coaching is
found in the statement by the cap
tain of the Camp Polk Officer's team
which played here Thanksgiving. The
statement, made to Coach Ritch, was
to the effect that the game with the
Tar Heel eleven was the cleanest game
he had played in nine years.
W th the closing of the pigskin sea
son, basketball and baseball begin to
loom large on the athletic horizon.
Team practice in both these sports is
expected to begin soon. The baseball
prospects are especially bright with
Walter. Feimster. Victor Bryant, Geo.
Youncer and Graham Harden all last
year letter men, balck to toss the
horsehide. Jack Powell, captain of
last year's team is expected to return
to the Hill after the Christmas va
Carolina Has Good
Nucleus for Teams
Athletics have been greatly ham
pered at Carolina since the entrance
of America in the war. The Military
and University authorities planned to
continue college athletics, giving a
lim ted amount of time to them. The
prospects have brightened consider
ably lately. The football season which
has just closed shows that there is
plenty of athletic material among the
large class of freshmen. The foot
ball team went out and made a very
creditable showing without a single
lettered man on the team. With the
discontinuance of the S. A. T. C. there
will be more time for athletics and
also some of the old Carolina men will
be back in college.
The new fellows show considerable
of the Carolina "Spirit" and "pep"
considering the great change that has
taken place in the University and the
handicap that athletics have been un
The University was very fortunate
in securing Coach Marvin L, Ritch,
of Charlotte, N. C, a former Caro
lina and Georgetown star, to coach
Now that the football season has
closed we will turn our attention to
basketball and baseball.
Lynch, a member of last year's bas
ketball team, is back and will make a
good man to build a team around.
The High Schools in the State have
sent us good material this year as a
result of the work o fthe High School
Jack Powell, Captain of this year's
baseball team, will be back in the
spring. Younce, Feimster, Lewis and
several other players of last year's
team are back to help build a winning
team in the spring. Several Sopho
mores who showed up well last year
are here and will add much to mak
ing the best team Carolina has had
in several years.
The prospects of a Freshman base
ball team is very promising. There is
much good material in the class to be
picked from. The prospects of teams
from the upper classes are not so
bright owing to the fact that so
many of the members of these classes
have answered the call to the colors
and left college. However, it is hoped
that there will be enough men out
to create a rivalry between the classes
in athletics basketball as well as
Held in Atlanta
Returning from a meeting of the
South Eastern S. A. T. C Y. M. C.
A. Secretaries held in Atlanta from
November 29th to December 2nd, Sec
retary Wunsch gave in general an
outline of the work discussed and
plans outlined there The secretaries
discussed the problems and results of
the fall work and laid plans for spring
work. Such questions as bible study,
the negro problem, and problems of
readjustment were discussed by the
conference. After Xmas when things
become normal here again then the
Y. M. C. A. will resume its policy of
rural work, bible study, and the study
of the negro question. The secretaries
of the South-Eastern divisions will
continue to function under the direc
tion of the National Army Y. M. C.
A. Council until next June. The con
ference placed Secretary Wunsch in
charge of the organization and direc
tion of the Y. M. C. A. at Guilford
College, Oak Ridge, and Bingham Me
bane. This new duty will not keep
him off the "Hill" any great amount
of his time. While in Atlanta Secre
tary Wunsch made definite plans with
the Y. M. C. A. moving picture house
to furnish every Wednesday night to
the "Y" here a five reel feature film
which will result eventually in hav
ing one practically every night. The
Y. M. C. A. here will carry on its work
along the present line but upon a
larger scale especially in regard to the
study of rural problems and bible
study work. Since the closing of the
P. X. the "Y" has been selling cake
and candy to the men on the "Hill."
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