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PREPARATIONS FOR BIG
CROWD TURKEY DAY
ARE ABOUT COMPLETED
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seats will be reserved. To prevent
their falling into the hands of specu
lators they will be sold direct to stu
dents and alumni. Several sections
of the stand will be reserved for the
cheering students but all the rest of
the seats will be reserved to the alum
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; Application forms sent out by Grad
uate Manager Woolen call for direct
orders for seats. The price will be $2
and the allotment will be made No
vember 20,. seats being alloted in the
order in which the applications are
Cluett, Peabody & Co.
received. In addition to the stands on
each side of the field, there will be
standing roomat each end of the field.
The general expectation is that the
reserved seats will be sold out com
pletely and that the crowd will num
ber more than 5,000. The normal
hotel and cafe service in Chapel Hill
will be supplemented on Thanksgiv
ing day by changes in the service at
Swain Hall and University Inn, at
both of i which places light buffet
lunches will be served.
Several special trains are being ar
ranged, one from Charlotte, another
from Goldsboro, and others from Vir-
nia and different parts of North
Carolina. A great number of visitors
are expected to come in automobiles
and special arrangements are being
made in Chapel Hill to handle the
heavy traffic and the parking of the
cars. During the day one building on
the Campus, the Peabody Building,
will be turned over entirely for the
comfort and convenience of . ladies. '
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TAR HEELS REDEEM
THEMSELVES IN GAME
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the end of the last quarter. Caro
lina marched down the field and when
they neared the Red and Black goal
the Tar Heels executed a perfect de
layed forward pass that sent Spaugh
over for the only touch down of the
game. t: ' ;
The ability of Carolina to gain on
off tackle plays and Davidson's end
runs were the features of the game.
Carolina Position Davidson
Sims .. Davis
Gant - Hammett
Tenny - Johnson
Touchown, for Carolina, Spaugh 1;
goal Fearrington 1; field goal Lowe
1; Substitutions: Carolina, Cray ton
for Sims, Jacobi for Blount, Bardin
for Robbins, Pharr for Lowe, Lowe
for Pharr, Pritchard for Gant, Aber
nethy for Tenny, Fearrington for
Abernethy, Dortch for Harrell, Grif
fith for Spaugh, Spaugh for Griffith.
Davidson: None. Referee, Simpson,
Umpire, Williams, head-linesman,
Moore. ''. '. ' "V ." '
, Class Basketball Rules
1. A man playing in one league
cannot play in another at the same
time. The idea is to get as many men
playing as possible.
2. As many men as desired may
be played by an organization during
the course of the series; it is not ne
cessary to have the same line-up
3. The following men are ineligi
ble to play: A ' x " '
(a) Those who are on the varsity
or freshman basketball squads, as de
termined by their coaches.
. (b) Those who have won varsity
letter in basketball. ,
4. Scoring for the championship
in each league will be as follows: Win
ning team receives two points; Losing
team receives no points. Tie game
each team receives one point. (Ties
not to be played off.)
- Fifteen' minute halves will be play
ed ! with five minutes intermission.
During each half two minutes rest
will be given (after eight minutes of
play), and on resuming play the ball
will be tossed up where it was when
time was called, the centers jumping
for it at this point.
6. An hour is alloted to each
game, and the game must start on
time, and finish within the hour, to
avoid interference with teams follow
ing, and also to have the gymnasium
floor cleared by nine thirty p. m. and
every body out of the building by ten
7. A team more than ten minutes
late, forfeits the game. If both
teams are more than ten minutes late
they must shorten the playing time
so that they finish the game within
the hour allotted. If both teams fail
to appear for the game, the score is
a defeat for each. By mutual agree
ment, games may be played in ad
vance of the date scheduled, but they
may not be postponed, except by per
mission of the Athletic Committee.
8. Officials for the games should
be selected at least a day in advance
by the manager of the competing
teams. The following men have
agreed to act as officials: J. D. Mor
ris, J. C. Bynum, S. W. Brown, F. C.
Shepherd, W. O. Price. Also call on
the men of the varsity basketball
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J. H. KERR,
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