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N. C, Club Discusses
The North Carolina Club held its
regular fortnightly meeting on May
17, in Gerrard Hall, with Mr. C. I.
Taylor presiding. The general sub
ject for the meeting was Civic
Reform. Mr. Taylor spoke on co
operative Organization. America
faces a great question in regard to
industrial organization. In Russia
labor has attempted to central indus
tries without success. In America
Industry is controled . largely . by
capitalists who grow rich from the
labor of others. Co-operative con
cerns have not been developed as
they should. Co-operative credit
unions are just beginning to be put
in operation, in North Carolina with
very favorably results. Such an
organization offers to the farmers
the opportunity to borrow money on
easy terms. The superintendent of
Co-operative Organization of North
Carolina should with the aid of the
farm demonstrations establish such
a union in every " community of the
Dr. Branson was the next speaker.
He pointed out the fact that co
perative organizations form a mid
dle ground between capitalism and
bolshevism. They are organizations
of personality, not of capital alone
as in the case with co-orporative
concerns. There are only thirteen
states that have passed laws and
recognize co-operative, organizations.
In the colleges of the United States
there are to be found many Schools
of Commerce, but not one gives a
full course in co-operative enterprise.
The hope of Russia lie in the fact
that she has thousands of these
co-operative organizations with more
than 90,000 members.
Burgaw Here Today
Today at 3:30 on Emerson Field
the Burgaw High School baseball
team, champion of the eastern half
of North Carolina meets the Greens
boro High School team champions of
the western half of the state, for
championship honors of the v state.
The record of each team is as fol
lows: Burgaw defeated Teacheys 21
to 0, Jacksonville 20 to 0, Atkinson
23 to 0, Goldsboro 13 to 2, Wilming
ton 7 to 0, Kinston 14 to 1, and Red
Oak 3 to 0. (Last year's champions,
all consecutive victories.) ;
Greensboro's record is : Bessemer
High School, 11 to 7, won; Madison
High School, 4 to 1, lost; High Point
High School, 7 to 1, won; Jamestown
High School, 13 to 0, won; Salisbury
High School, 18 to 5, won; Winston
High School, 9 to 5, won; Reidsville
High School, 8 to 0, won; Jamestown
High School,, 3 to 0, lost; Charlotte
High School, 2 to 1, won; South
Buffalo High School, 4 . to 1, won;
and Madison High School, 6 to 2,
The Sylvan High School won the
state championship contest in base
ball in 1914 and 1915; the Clayton
High School won in 1916; the Cher
ryville High School won in 1917; the
Winston-Salem High School won in
1918; the Red Oak High School won
Chapel Hill Post
Opposed to Bonus
The Chapel Hill post of the
American Legion last night voted
against a blanket cash bonus to all
those in the service, though at the
same time it favored prompt and
liberal financial aid to all those
disabled in the service and also aid
to all those disabled in the service
and also aid for those who thought
being called into the army; navy, or
marines suffered severe pecuniary
disadvantages, or whose dependents
suffered thus. A tax on war profits
was recommended as a source for
the necessary funds.
The resolutions adopted by the post
read as follows:
"While we favor most prompt and
liberal treatment of those disabled in
the service, and while we favor
liberal financial aid also to men and
women who can show conclusively
that they or those dependent on
them suffered severe pecuniary dis
advantages as a . result of their
service in the army, navy, or marines,
and while we favor a tax on war
profits as a source for such com
pensation, we do not favor a blanket
cash bonus to all who served merely
because they served. Our action is
based on our belief that our service
cannot be paid for in dollars and
cents, and that we who were privi
leged to play our part in the service
do not wish to ' put any additional
financial burden on the country in
this hour of further crisis."
The student and faculty directory,
published by the Y. M. C. A. has at
last arrived on -the Hill. It is with
much regret to the Y. M. C. A. that
it can only present these directories
at such a late day. It is due to
printing trouble that this much
needed little book didn't make its
appearance before the Christmas
holidays, but it is hoped that it
will serve the student body for ike
few remaining weeks. J
The new student advisory board
has been agisted with some slight
changes as to policy. The present
board, in addition to advising about
mattjT of administration and the
budget," also selects the cabinet. The
men who compose the advisory Board
for next year are B. C. Brown, Allen
Gant, Tyre Taylor, John Kerr, Don
nel Van Noppen, W. R. Berryhill,
Charles Phillips ' and Dick Falls.
It is believed by the association that
these men -represent the various
interests and activities of the campus,
and that by their working together
in the capacity of such a board they
can make the association alive
in every phase of college activities.
This board selects on the cabinet
only the head of each department
and that member selects others to
serve with his particular department.
The cabinet or departmental heads
are: Meetings, Charles Phillips;
Study, Shorty Spruill; Community,
John Kerr; Campus, Wilbur Stout;
Extension, Daniel Grant; Freshmen,
Bryant Brown; Financial, Dick Falls;
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With Apologies to Pepys
Up de bonne heure on hearing
noise of a bed tumbling followed by
footsteps passing swiftly along the
corridor. Thence to breakfast where
the Angel who ministered unto the
table "served more bounteous break
fast than had hoped for. Noticed at
the Library several Playmakers at
leisure and thereby understand the
professor to be out of town. The
grass on the campus now being cut,
me thinks the co-eds j like to sit
under the trees and study though
often interrupted. To class, where
known well the lesson did look much
out the window and so was called
on which did raise level of my grade
some ten inches. Was right merry
on seeing the R. O. T. C. picture.
One private atttemping placing his
rifle in the proper position near his
toe. Soon to dinner where there
was a certain shortage of biscuits
which caused one emethical freshman
to remove seven from the plate that
his species might not be cut off by
starvation. Luckily having finished
myself did moralize and pity the
poor boy who was unaware there are
other things which besides starvation
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