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Tuesday, November 2,1926
FIVE CHEERLEADERS AT THE GAME SATURDAY
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(Ift the Greensboro Daily News)
. C-a-r-o-l-i-n-a! C-a-r-o-l-i-n-a!
Team! Team! Team! '
It was the familiar "Split Car
olina" yell for the Tar Heel foot
ball team, the old war whoop
that makes a .thrill run up and
down the spinal column of the
old grad. , , .
NeVer did the ' old yell thrill
more than when it was being
given by the five darkies shown
in the photo, above at the. Carolina-State
game here today.
It would be safe to guess that
every one of the several thous-.
and alumni back for "home-coming"
game today has been waited
on at one time pr another by one
of these most faithful jt univer
sity servants. These darkies
have served Carolina students
for periods ,ranging from 15 to
50 years. - i ',
- Kike Kyser, , Carolina's enter
prising cheerleader, goj these old
boys out on the field .today and
led them in a series of yells for.
the Tar Heel ' team, while the
stands went into an uproar of ap
plause. President Chase and
many, of the old alumni walked
over and shook their hands.
They proved a most delightful
sight for alumni eyes:
In the photo "above they are
shown giving a , Carolina yell.
Left to right, they are $Jncle Bill
McDade, age 73, who i has been
waiting on university students
50 years; Johnson Merritt, age
59, whose university 'v services
dates back 35 years; "Dean" An
dy Johnson, age . 66, now . the
guardian of the med school, who
has been serving Carolina stu
dents as far back as his memory
will go; Jim Strowd,, age 39T the
youngest of the lot, chief steward
at the "Cabin" for many years
past; and Henry Merritt, age
45, whose attendance on Carolina
students dates back 20 years.
.-. By virtue of residence in Chap
el Hill, Uncle Bill McDade(iwho
is almost ready to celebrate his
73rd birthday, has probably been
actively connected with the Uni
versity longer than any of its
alumni or employees. He has
been known and known well by
Virtually all the alumni to pass
through the institution during the :
last half century.
ATTEND THE TEACHERS
Dr. Knight, ;Dr. Trabue, and
Syd D. Chappell attended the
meeting of the Northwestern
District of i the North Carolina
Education Association in Greens
boro October 29 and.30. .
Dr. Knight, President of the
District, delivered an address on
Friday afternoon, October 29.
Johnston Men' to
Meet This Evening
There will be a. meeting of the
Johnston County Club Tuesday
night at nine o'clock in the Y.
M. C. A. building. Both old and
new nfen are especially urged to
be present. , ,
Theta Rho fraternity v an
nounces the pledging of John C.
White of Brevard, N. C.
Opportunity and incllnatiojfi to excel in
athletics may have never been yours.
Yet every man or womaii demands at
least self-consideration asfirst team ma
terial during college anl in after years.
Make just one whole meal tof whole wheat everji
day. SHREDDED whole. WUiEAT contains all the
PROTEINS, SALTS, CARBOHYDRATES and VITAMINS
your body craves, properly balanced for complete
digestibility and assimilationl i Also BRAN all that
you need to regulate . you fc digestion for the day
and to throw off the poisoii pf less healthful foods.
Have your Shredded VVWeat served with milk or
cream and sugar, with frums and berries or in many
other appetizing ways. St Art now to get fit and keep
fit. If interested, write for
COMPANY, Niagara Falls,
our booklet "Fifty W&yi
of Serving Shredded WheeVt." THE SHREDDED WHEAT
r- '. ,'T ' Sat A ' '" I
Choose Billy Graham, President,
and John Anderson, Secre- ,
tary-Treasu)?er, at First
Meeting Last Week.
The Student Vestry of the
Chapel yfc the Cross held its
first meeting last week at a din
ner erved by the ladies of the
Parifeh. Billy Graham was elect
ed' president of the Vestry, and
.John Anderson secretary-treas-nirer.
This vear. for' the first
time, the Student Vestry will
be represented on 'the Parish
Vestry, with a voice in the pro
ceedings, but no vote. Jim Bul
litt was elected as the student
Beginning this month, the
Student Vestry monthly social
gatherings to be held in the Par
ish Social rooms for the stu
dents. The social and reading
room are for the students, and
all students are welcomed at the
Parish House. "Andy" Milstead
is conducting the student Bible
class each "Sunday at 16 :00 a.
m., and he reported favorably
on its work at the meeting of
the Vestry. " ' ' '
. The Student Vestry will meet
every Tuesday night in the Par
ish House at 9 :30.
FUND BE AWARDED
Applications for Four Scholarships
Should Be Filed at Once.
All students desiring a. Holt
scholarship or a loan . from the
Holt Fund must send their appli
cation in writing to R. B. House,
Executive Secretary of the Uni
versity, by November 15, 1926.
The applications for scholarships
or loans will be considered at
that date, and awards, made soon
' This fund, which is adminis
tered by the University, was es
tablished by Mr. Lawrence Holt,
Jr.,. , of Burlington, N. C. The
principal of the fund is loaned
to "worthy and needy students"
of the University. The income
from the fund is to be used in
establishing scholarships. The
fund first became available for
loans and scholarships during
the session of 1920-21. There
are now four Holt Scholarships
valued at $125 each, based on
the' income from the Holt fund.
These are awarded to a member
of each of the four classes in
TO MEET TONIGHT
Graduate Students Especially Invited
; Paper by Professor Bernard.
, The third meeting of the Phil
ological Club will be held to
night at 7:30 in the Episcopal
Professor Bernard is to pres
ent a paper on "A Resume of the
Higher Criticism of the New
Testament." Professor Bernard
has spent a life-time of study
ing and thinking in the field of
the interpretation of the gospels
and the epistles as historical doc
uments of the greatest import
ance. Therefore his lecture is
sure to be interesting as well as
instructive and of especially high
value at a time when, "funda
mentalism" and "evolutionism"
are the talk of the day.
Graduate students' are especi
ally invited to this meeting,
which promises to have, besides
a lecture of general appeal, a dis
cussion of important questions
related to the historical back
ground of, Christianity.
Pi Beta Phi fraternity an
nounces the initiation of Miss
Miriam Baggett, Lillington.
T HIT I- CI ni
5- . ,cw untie oaiu nai.
taken from the library Sun
,day " .evening. It will be
greatly appreciated if the
finder will return it to
103 G l
will be shown
Nov. 2nd and 3rd
New Bern Greensboro
"Almost a Part of Carolina
, 6:45, 8:30
10 and 25c
Candy, Popcorn, Cold
Drinks, and Gum on
Sale in Lobby.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Alberta Vaughn in
WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER 3
Leatrice Joy, William Boyd and
. Robert Edeson in
Aesop Fable and Kinogram News
MEN WHO ARE
IN "WHO'S WHO
Leland Stanford Forrest
Leland Stanford Forrest, Pro
fessor of Law, .University of
North Carolina Law School, was
born' in North Platte, Nebraska,
on" the 28th of August, 1894. He
received his high school educa
tion at Siloam Springs, Ark., he
received his degree of -Bachelor
of Arts at the University of Ar
kansas, and his degree of Doctor
of Jurisprudence at the Univer
sity of Michigan. After prac
ticing law at Jes Moines, . he
went to Drake University, where
he served successively, as As
sistant Professor1 of Law, and
later, as Dean of the Law School.
During the war he was a pri
vate in the United States Army,
and student O. T. S. at Camp
McArthur, Texas. , 7
Mr. Forrest is a member of
the American, the Iowa .State
and the Polk County Bar Asso
ciations, Phi Alpha Delta Law
Fraternity, and Gamma Sigma
FOR TAG FOOTBALL
TUESDAY, NOV. 2.
3:30 Smith vs. Manly .
G. vs. J. ;
4:30 New Dorm vs. West
Beta Theta Pi vs. Theta
Zeta Psi vs. Sigma Phi
. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3.
3:30 F vs G . ' '
4:30 New Dorm vs. Mangum
East vs. Carr
THURSDAY, NOV. 4.
SiSO-Ruffin vs. F. : .,
4:30 Zeta Psi vs. Beta Theta
.' .- . Pi '.
.West vs. Grimes
FRIDAY, NOV. 5.
3:30 Smitjh vs.Mangum
v, West vs. Manly
4:30 Chi Phi vs. Theta Phi
New Dorm vs. Ruffin
DR. R. R. CLARK
Office Over Bank of Chapel Hill -Telephone
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