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Rattle's "Battlers" Win
Hard Fought Contest
Emerson Field was the scene of an
exciting post-season football . game
Saturday afternoon, between picked
teams from the Battle and Ledbetter
boarding houses. The game was called
promptly at 3 P. M., the Battle boys
receiving. By a succession of rushes
and end runs, they carried the pig
skin within the shadow of their op
ponents goal. However the Ledbetter
team stiffened, and altho the "Battles
made a determined effort for a touch
down, their opponents held, them for
The tow teams were about evenly
matched, both sides playing good ban
and neither side scoring during the
first three-quarters. In the last quar
ter with but one-half a minute to play,
the Battle team successfully executed
a forward pass, Walser running twen
ty yards for the deciding touchdown
of the game. French kicked goal.
The line plunges of Smith and Ehott
featured the playing of the Ledbet
ter team, while Massenberg, French
and Walser starred for the Battle
Faculty Work Given
"Amrican Ideals", a book of 326
pages, published in 1917 by Houghton,
Mifflin & Co., and recently revised and.
enlarged by the editors, Drs. Norman
Foerster and W. W. Pierson, Jr., of.
the faculty, has recently been signal
ly recognized by the French Govern
ment through a request by it for
permission to translate the book into
the French language. "The desire
of the French Government in the mat
ter is to disseminate the political
ideals of America as formulated by
Americans themselves." Permission
has been given by the publishers and
editors for the translation, and it will
soon be issued in French. It is inter
esting to note that the first edition
was reprinted several times, and that
a new edition considerably enlarged
is now coming from the press.
Societies to Give
With between thirty-five and forty
new men initiated and three months
of gcod work behind it the Phi So
ciety will give a .smoker on next
Convow weeV nip-ht as a farewell to
the men before they leave for the
Christmas holidays. me student
in school are cordially invited to be
present. In conjunction with the Di
c;,t Viqvo will he several inter-
society debates between the classes
and one entra-society debate in each
Tt has alwavs been the cus-
fT fni' fViP snri eties to hold their in-
tra-society debates about the last of
the fall term, but owaig to tne aceu
SIX Tar Heel
omi it.imt.irn this last fall these de
bates were postponed until after
si-mas. The intra-societv debate is
hetwppn members of the freshman
class. The best speaker receives a
medal from the society.
slv with the Phi Society
the Di Society will hold its farewell
feed next Saturday week night. The
public is cordially invited. The Di
Knnietv nlthciiffh startine late on ac
count of the epidemic of influenza,
has done some good work this term
and plans on a larger scaie xor me
next two quarters.
tv Debating' Council
met Wednesday night and organized
and elected officers tor tne year. j.
V RauwH; wna elected President and
W. C. Eaton Secretary. The Council
decided to confer immediately with
Johns Hopkins and other Universities
in reo-arrt trt a.rraneine dates' and
queries for Inter-Collegiate v debates
rlnrinw the comim? terms. The out
look for debating this , year seems
very bright, and if the plans of the
council mature there will be about six
interesting debate contests . on the
"Hill" during the next two quarters. -The
Debating Council is composed
nf- W C. Eaton. J. W. Foster, and J.
.T Phvne. nf the Di Society: J. V.
Baggett, D. L. Grant, and E. S. Mer-
ritt, of the ftn society.
Afpn lenvinc the Hill next week,
Tir i gVi i n tr t.n PP.t their Tar Heel, will
please give name and address to Mas-
senburg, Business Manager.
TO PRE-WAR ACTIVITY I
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from each registrant who has not
liio fun -fny thia venr at. the he-
ginning of the Winter term, January
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partment to approximate for each
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quarter one-wiiru miai iui lim-iju.
board at swam nan seventeen uui-
A preliminary investigation by the
Director of the Students' Army Train-
Pnrno wraald hfi fact, that S.TO-
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proximately one-third of the student
soldiers in the Southeastern District
were dependent upon the pay of the
fVioir nrmnrt.iiriitV for
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collegiate training. The University of
North Carolina will do all within its
oirl oiipVi men thrftlich its
Self Help Committee and through its
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tee, and requests ior loans, csnuum uo
filed with Mr. M. H. Stacey, Chairman
of the Faculty. , .
Winter Quarter: Registration Jan
uary 2 and 3, 1919; lectures begin on
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