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V.M.I. Wins In
The Virginia Military Institute
came out victorious over Carolina in
the tennis tournament held at Chapel
Hill last Saturday by winning two
of the three singles played and one
of the three doubles.
The tournament was snappy and
interesting all around. For the Tar
Heels, Jernigan, Williams, and Bar
din distinguished themselves, while
Captain Lee starred for V. M. I.
It was Captain Lee who not only
won a .hard single match from
Jernigan, but also it was him who
was largely instrumental in defeat
ing Williams and Wilson in the
Results were as follows: For sin
gles: Lee, V. M. I. defeated Jerni
gan 6-4, 2-6, and 6-4; Williams,
Carolina, defeated Young, 2-6, 6-3,
and 7-5; and McRae, V. M. I.
defeated Gardner 6-4, 7-5. In the
doubles: Lee and Young, V. M. I.,
defeated Williams and Wilson, 6-2,
6- 3; and Gardner and Barden, Caro
lina, defeated McRae and Davidson,
7- 9, 6-2, and 8-6.
Williams and Jernigan have not
yet played off the game which will
decide which of them will be Caro
lina's tennis captain. In a game
last week, four sets were played,
each man winning two. In the near
future, five sets will be played and
the winner of the three of them will
be adjudged captain.
Di Society Favors
Junior Debate Query
Submitted by Assembly
The annual debate, the query of
which is "Resolved, That the United
States Senate should adopt without
reservations the League of Nations
covenant, as provided for in the
Versailles Treaty," will be held Mon
day night, June 14th. The query
was presented this year by the Phi
Assembly, therefore the Di Society has
the right to choose which side it
will take. The decision as to sides
will be decided upon immediately.
The. preliminaries came off on the
31st of May.
On last Saturday night, the Di
Society went on record as favoring
the ratification of the Susan B.
Anthony amendment by the legisla
ture of North Carolina. The discus
sion throughout was rather listless.
Messrs. Hayle, Smith and Boyd spoke
on the question.
This was the night designated by
the constitution for the election of
certain offices and the following men
were chosen: Treasurer, F. A. Gres
ette; Recorder of the Constitutional
Committee, H. L. Kiser; Recorder of
the Finance Committee, S. O. Bon
durant; Archives Keeper, T. C.
Smith; Graveyard Keeper, T. G.
Murdock; Assistant Business Mana
gers of the Magazine, W. E. Mat
thews and R. E. Byrd.
Leeby Lectures On
The freshmen are already pictur
ing themselves returning next year
as full-fledged sophomores.
It seems that the League of
Nations is destined to end a league
of notions, so far as the U. S. Senate
Tuesday , night in the physics
lecture room Mr. R. W. Leeby who
has for some time been connected
with the state department of agri
culture and who also did service in
the health departmerjt during war
time gave an illustrated lecture on
mosquito control. In this lecture he
presented among other things a
setch of 'the history of musquitos,
taking up the different species and
the different fevers of which they
carry infection. Mr. Leiby also
touched on the work of the sanitary
engineers in the work of mosquito
In conclusion he showed a set of
very interesting slides taken at Wil
mington, which illustrated the various
protective measures employed.
Continuing its policy of greater
service to the student body, the Y.
M. C. A. has installed a pay-station
in place of the old system of having
the secretary sunctioning every call.
This improvement will be of great
convenience to many students, as
they have the pay-station . at their
disposal at all times.
Wanted ten or fifteen young men
to pick peaches, from July 20 to
August 5, or thereabout. Good
board and room supplied. If in-
Upland Orchard, Eagle Springs, N. C.
4 'Dean' Johnson Speaks
To Boys In the Chapel
Andy Johnson,' Dean of the Medi
cal School and President of the
Janitor's Club, spoke in Gerrard HalJ
last Friday morning during the
chapel pez'iod and outlined plans by
which closer co-operation could be
obtained between janitor and stu
dent. For sixteen years, Andy has been
a janitor at the University and has
earned for himself the title of
Dean of the Medical Srhool. He is
one of the old-fashioned type of
darkey, now so rapidly passing from
the .south an on account of his long
residence at Chapel Hill, is eminently
qualified to speak to the students of
the University. It was the first
time tnat a- negro has spoken to
students in Gerrard Hall, and if
jjeaK.s weu xor me esteem and We
in wmcn varumia sxuaents hold
Holding the complete attention of
his audience for the entire twenty
t vvj vtHw wv hivav r.iiuy lntGr
spersed very sensible remarks with
jokes equally as good. He urged the
students to do their part in keeping
their rooms clean, and also asked
them not to leave valuable lyine-
i j AnMinni - . o
lying aiuuiiu vuxeiessiy, saying that
"a nigger never , takes anything
unless he has a good chance to."
(Gilbert and Sullivan)
Friday, May 28
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