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FOOTBALL TEAM HAZES
( A. & E. FIRST YEAR TEAM
The University's first-year football
team defeated A. & E.'s first-year
eleven here today by the score of 14-0
North Carolina scored in the first two
minutes of play after A. and E. fum
bled the kick oft on its 20 yard line.
Carolina recovered, and a forward
pass, Sheppard to Williams, putting
the ball within striking distance of
ie goal. McGhee scored on a line
buck. McDonald kicked goal. Hon
ors were even the remainder of the
A. and E. never threatened to score
the second half. Carolina csored thru
the line in the last period, McDonald
carrying the ball over and kicking
goal. McDonald, McGhee, and bhep
pard starred in the Carolina back
field. Silverman did stellar work for
State College. ;
A. and E. Position Carolina
Everhart - Panby
Blanton - Poindexter
Wallis : Linney
Vansant - Corbett
. Massey Green
Knuckles l Sheppard
Substitutes: A. and E., Townsend,
for Blanton, Stoddard, for Bostic;
Carolina, Isley for Corbett. Touch
downs: iMcGhee- and McDonald, field
goals: McDonald, two; head linesman,
Fulton, Carolina. Referee: Major
Boye, West Point, Screeby, quarters.
Prof Winston of University
Is State Tennis Champion
Prof. P. H. Winston, of the Univer
sity of North Carolina, won the ten
nis championship of North Carolina
today by defeating E. E. Folk, of
Wake Forest, three straight sets.
The match was played on the courts
of Trinity College at Durham, neu
tral territory, selected by the contest
ing players. The match is a contin
uance of the tournament of the North
Carolina Tennis Association held in
Greensboro about two weeks ago,
which was not finished because of bad
weather, and the doubles will be
played in Greensboro tomorrow.
Winston held the upper hand
through the match though Folk was
at his best in the third set, which he
once led at 3-2.
The Carolina player's steadiness
and uncanny accuracy were more than
a match for his opponent, who was
wild, though he made brilliant shots
Y. Financial Drive
Moving Toward Success
Reporting that the first night of
the Y. M. C. A. financial campaign
was a success in every sense of the
word, Director John P. Washburn was
able to announce Thursday night that
two thousand dollars of the thirty-five
hundred had been raised by pledges
and cash payments. The canvassing
is in the hands of thirty men and it is
thought that these men can cover the
student body in such a thorough man
ner as to insure success to the cam
paign. Four thousand and five hun
dred dollars is the amount in total
that will be raised for the Y. M. C.
A., and of this amount the faculty
will give five hundred and the alumni
five hundred, thus leaving thirty-five
hundred to be raised by the students.
The campaign .closes on the night of
NORTH CAROLINA CLUB
ELECTS MEMBERS TO MEET
WITH STATE COMMISSION
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ings of their committees and will then
direct the work of similar committees
appointed in te North Carolina Club
itself. In this way the Club will not
only keep in close touch with the work
of the Reconstruction Commission, but
will follow pretty closely the lines of
work mapped out by the Commission
and its committees. It is expected
that the Club will have the most profi
table and successful year in its history.
CAROLINA TIES WITH
VOLUNTEERS AFTER HARD
FOUGHT AND MUDDY GAME
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Carolina a twenty-five yard gain and
placing her in striking distance of the
Volunteer goal for the only time dur
ing the game. With the exception of
these two there was no individual
playing of note. Tennessee failed in
three placement kicks from the thirty
yard line, uue io tne wet ana slip
pery field, numerous fumbles were
made, these twice taking the Tar
Heels out of danger, once one re
covering near their goal line and
again when Tennessee was on the
fourteen yard line.
The lineup for the game was as
Tennessee Position Carolina
Russell ...: Robbins
Lowe (C.) Pritchard
R. Blair.... . Cochrane
N. Blair Tenney
Substitutes Tennessee, Powers
for McCabe, Kennedy for Lane, A.
Lowe for Evans; Carolina Spaugh
' Officials Finely, Sewanee, Refer
ee.; Whitaker, Chattanooga, Umpire;
Mitchel, Chicago, Headlinesman.
DR. CHASE AND CAPT. BROWN
SPEAK TO FRATERNITY MEN S
"IT MASS MEETING THURSDAY
PHI LEG. ENDORSES THE
ADOPTION OF THE PARIS
COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE
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if the future can be predicted by the
interest shown on the part of the
members in regard to the work al
ready commenced, then the Philan
thropic Society is facing the best year
of its existence.
The officers of the assembly for
this quarter are W. H. Andrews,
Speaker; J. H. Kerr, Jr., Speaker
Pro-Tern.; A. L. Purrington, Sergeant-
at-Arms; W. B. Womble, Reading
Clerk; W. P. Anderson, Time Clerk;
D. L. Grant, Chairman of te Ways
and Means Committee; and M. L.
Stone, Reporting Clerk.
Talking to the Fraternity men on
questions of urgent importance Turs
day night in the Zeta Psi Hall. Dr.
Chase urged a broadening of the gen
eral campus activities of Fraternities.
He pointed out that University was
experiencing a change and was going
through a period of reconstruction
and that the Fraternities should go
through the same change and thus
keep pace with the times. He said
that he believed fraternities were do
ing that and congratulated them on
what had been accomplished thus far.
He felt sure that the future would
bring forth more good work and with
the changing conditions bring in
changing ideals and standards in fra
ternity life. His views were heartily
endorsed by the men.
Captain Brown also made a short
talk on the part that athletics played
in the life of every man and he urged
of the the men present to come out
and take exercise and physical train
ing in some shape or form.
Banquet Will Bring to
Close Memorial Campaign
Meeting at a banquet at Swain Hall
on Wednesday night before Thanks
giving the Graham Memorial Fund
Committees of the Trustees, composed
of Governor Bickett, V. S. Bryant,
George Stephens, Leslie Weil, and C.
G. Wright, of the State, composed of
W. A. Erwin, J. C. Pritchard, and W.
S. Rankin, and of the faculty, com
posed of Doctor L. R. Wilson, C. T.
Woolen, and Drs. Howe, Chase, and
Dey, will receive the final reports of
the directors of the fund throughout
the state relative to the memorial
fund campaign. The largest single
amount given yet is $5,000. Two
$2,000 gifts have been given and three
New York alumni have each given
Robert L. Humber, of Wake Forest
College, was awarded the Rhodes
Scholarship from North Carolina at a
recent meeting of the committee for
this purpose. The faculty of the Uni
versity selected Clement Eaton, Theo
dore Rondthaler, and W. P. M. Weeks,
of '16, now at Harvard Law School,
to represent the University in this
Mrs. C. L. Van Noppen and two
daughters, Misses Rhea and Char
lotte, of Greensboro, visited Donnell
Van Noppen the past week-end.
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spent the day with friends in Chapel
Hill last Sunday.
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