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While the current issue of The
Magazine cannot . with exactness be
called pro-administration, it as least
has one consideration in common
ffith the Wilsonian programme it
presents fourteen points. In this
issue the fourteen points are divided
as follows: seven feature articles,
three stories, two essays, and a run
of editorial comment.
The number of serious articles is
perhaps greater than in the former
issues 01 tne year ana indicates,
perhaps, the recently announced plan
to make the Magazine less a fiction
nublication and more of a review,
The range of articles is rather wide
comprising, as it does, discussions of
bolshevism, the exedos from North
Carolina to South America, the Mex
ican situation, the work of the loca!
Y. M. C. A. in "African Orange
Country" and a consideration of
The leading position is given to
Mr. van Noppen's "What's an
Honor,?" in which the writer dis
cusses Carolina honors and traces
the careers in later life of men who
have been successful on the cam
Mr. J. S. Moore, with "Black
Commie," heads the fiction list. Mr,
Moore's story is a . vivid but of
romantic tragedy in negro life.
Mr. W. D. Harris in "The Journey
Home" offers a post war tragedy
of triangular dimensions which, after
it gets under weigh, moves rapidly
to a denouncement very different
from that of a similar complication
which recently occupied much space
in metropolitan dailies.
"A Bag of Swag," by Mr. Blythe
at the outset seems richer than
either of the other stories in its
promises of blood uses the 0. Henry
surprise conclusion by way ol re
Perhaps the most colorful bit in
the issue is Mr. West's "Extracts
from a Diary" which is reminiscent
of a July nieht in New York City
a situation which might have given
Mr. Kipling material for another
"City of Dreadful Nigh4."
But Kipling and 0. Henry do not
stalk these pages alone. Poe, too,
is there in the imaginative contri
bution called "Realities or Dreams
by V. E. Wiles.
But enough of this seeking out of
models and influences. The Maga
zine is the work of the Carolina
students who are thinking about local
and national issue. If you don't
believe it, read the anonymous nug
ges'tion that candidates for class
officers announce their platforms.
The visiting committee of the
Board of Trustees were on the Hill
Thursday, May 20th. They inspected
the grounds and went over the (Jin
versity's holdings, so as to mako their
annual report to the Board at com
HERE'S A DIFFERENCE'
ELECTIONS TO BE HELD
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26th
(Continued from page one)
Assignment Editor: A. L. Purring
ton. and W. W. Stout.
Manager Varsity Football: D. Van
JNoppen, and J. b. Massenburg.
Assistant Managers: J. A. McLean,
George Denny, Watts Hill, L. Ran
Sub-Assistant Managers, (four):
D. C. Sinclair, R. C. Carmichael, H.
Holderness, Chas Strowd, Tanny de
Rossette, A. M. McGee, L. P. Hun-
geriord, and 11. L. Monk.
Manager of Varsity Baseball, J.
M, Horner, and Will Ruftm.
Assistant Managers, (two): Bob
unnitn, Kutus LeGrand, W. P. An-
Sub-Assistant Manae-ers Cfour-
T. P. Graham, Clayton Bellamy, M.
uooper, l. H. JSheppard, J. T. Barnes,
mn Yates, Ralph Price, W. F.
Gattis, R. F. Anderson, Jack Cheese
borough, Walter Hook, William
White, L. V. Alexander, E. B.
Cooer, and Sam Jenkins.
Manager Varsity Basketball: T. J.
Wilson, Jr., and Joe Person.
Assistant Managers (two): A. L.
Danghtridge, D. B. Jacobi, R. M.
Wearn, Ike Thorpe.
Sub-Assistant Managers (four):
L. P. Williams, Bob Bell, Jake Wade,
J. P. Leak, Oliver Allen, Silas
Whedbee, Bill Clark, Vaughn Wood
ard, J. H. Cooper, and W. J.
Manager Varsity Track : A. L.
Assistant Managers (two): L. J.
Phipps, A. M. Scarborough, W, C.
Murchison, L. W. Fishel, 'F. A.
Sub-Assistant Managers (four):
L. V. Phillips, LeGrande Everitt, L.
M. Fuquay, Charles Ashford, M.
McDonald, W. L. Charmley.
Manager Varsity Tennis : Wade
Gardner, Waverly Hester. B. C.
Brown, Jess Erwin.
Manager Freshman Football ; Rnn.
ford Brown and Allen Osburn.
Assistant Manae-ers ftwrA; W
Maxwell, George Dickson. G eors-e
Thompson, John Hutchins.
Manager Freshman Baseball: Bob
Proctor and Dick Lewis.
For that old pair of shoes
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Assistant- Managers (two): Jim
Rickart, Gus Downing, and J. D.
Manager Freshman Track: John
Harden, and Charles G. Lee.
Assistant Managers (two): Bill
Hosea, E. C. Jernigan, Al Orr, Phil
Purrington, H. H. Merritt, S. G.
Wallace and G. W. Eaton."
Manager Freshman Basketball: C.
R. Strudwick, Bill Transon.
The Y. M. C. A. secretary took
the Knights of King Arthur on a
two day hike and camping trip Sat
urday, May 15th. This organization
is composed of the Faculty Juniors
and other community kiddies. 'Anions
the organization's illustrious names
are Edward Kidder Graham, Jr.,
Joseph Gregorie De Roulbas Hamil
ton, Jr.. Joseph Hvde Pratt. Jr. Dr.
Abernethy, Jr., Isaac Manning, Jr.,
rat Winston, Jr., Haywood Daeerett.
Jr., and others.
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