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CHEERING CAN STOP TECM TODAY
. FRESHMAN GATHERING
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CHAPEL HILL, N. C SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19 33
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Winners of Contest
At 10:00 O'clock.
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Committee Will Select! Armistice Dav Plans
Feature Huge Parade
Plans for the Armistice Day
celebrations in Chapel Hill have
been announced by LI J. Phipps,
commander of the local post of
the American Legion.
Other phases of the celebra
tion will be a parade led by
the University band, with almost
all of the organizations of Chap-
Today the University com
munity .observes its own decora
tion day in connection with the
In the three sections of the
decoration contest sponsored by
the University club and local
merchants, there are entered 18
fraternities, .seven dormitories, el Hill taking part.
and all Chapel Hill business
Jndffinff will be done this
TO IAD TAR 1IEELS TODAY
The line of march will extend
through the business section of
Chapel Hill, dispersing at Me-
morning by R. B. House, W. A. morial hall, where special exerr
Olsen, and Dean r. -traa- cises will be held m commemo
shaw, who will begin at 10:00
o'clock an automobile tour of
the campus and Chapel Hill to
take in all the sights and name
the winners in the three divis
Prizes in the contest are:
fraternity, a sliver loving cup;
dormitory, eigTt-tube Atwater
Kent table model radio ; business
firms, two tickets to the Caro
lina-Tech game to the winner,
and one ticket to the runner-up.
Fraternity entries in the com
petition are : Beta Theta Pi,
ration of the signing of the
Armistice fifteen years ago.
IS MADE PUBLIC
BY E. R. RAN10N
I Comnarison Will Be Made of
English and American
The query which will be dis-
nncianA Intr TVI QTV1-QTC! "T "f Tin Til CrY
Sigma Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha, school debating union this year
Sigma Nu, Theta Chi, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Delta Kappa
Epsilon, Phi Gamma Delta, St.
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is: Kesoivea: mat tne umrea
Sites should adopt the essential
features of the British system
Anthony Hall, Phi Kappa Sig- 1f radio controi and operation.
ma, Zeta Psi,. Kappa bigma, This was announced yesterday
Zeta Beta Tau, Tau Epsilon by Secretary E. R. Rankin, fol-
rm, Aipna iau uniea, jtxh lowin a meeting of the central
ta Theta. Chi Phi. and Delta
Dormitories in the contest
(Continued on page two)
CP. A. GATHERING
committee of the high school de
bating union here.
The topic which has been
chosen for the high school de
bating contest is also the nat
ional high school debate sub
ject for, the current year, to be
discussed by high school debat
ing leagues in thirty-three
r y a
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Golden Tornado Invades
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en an Stadium For Tilt
This Afternoon At 2:00
On Processing Tax
Dr. C. T. Murchison, director
of research in the school of com
merce, is in Washington over the
week-end confering with officials
of the Agricultural Adjustment
administration on problems re
lating to the cotton processing
Dr. Murchison lias done much
research on the economic side
of the cotton industry and is the
author of a book on the subject.
He has also made several lect
ures on the series sponsored by
the school of commerce, con
cerning the NRA program.
Tar Heel Outfit Takes
CaroHna Pes. Tech
Frankel l.e. Slocun
Tatum l.U Tharpe
Barclay l.g. D. Wilcox
Daniel c. Shaw
Kahn r.g. Laws
CoUins r.t. Williams
Brandt r.e. Gibson
Woollen q.b. Roberts
G.Moore Lh. Martin
Shaffer r.h. Davis
Croom f.b. Phillips
AT PEP MEETING
1,500 Noisy Supporters Parade
And Cheer in Demonstration
Before Tech Game.
Carolina's fighting Tar Heels
rested last night after yester
day's light work-out in prepa
ration for the all-important
Homecominer Dav eame with
Georgia Tech this afternoon at
2 :00 o'clock.
Coach Bob Fetzer, in the ab-
sence ot Mead uoacn "unucK
Collins, who had gone to scout
Wake Forest in their game with
Catholic U., put the Carolina
varsity through its final work
fireworks yesterday. Coach "Bob" drove
TTnrV thp his charges hard, running
1 500 through a light dummy scran
thundered, strains of "
nrnliTio simnorters. . gathered mage and a long, drill of KicKmg
around a roaring bonfire behind off and returning punts. 7
Memorial hall last night to The entire squad was entnu-
nromise their moral support siastic and an optismistic spirit
against Georgia Tech here today, prevailed. Although . the Tar
The pep rally was one of the Heels have lost their last, three
most spirited and exuberant games, the team seemea conn-
aw. Jo rwi TOii rrnnn, nt f!nrnlina wlm leads his team held on the camnus since the dent over their chances ot turn-
in the Homecoming battle this afternoon against Georgia Tech. days of Kay Kyser and was the ing back the highly-touted Gold-
Croom is the logical man to lead the Blue and White back into
the win, column, after three straight defeats, as he has starred
for the past two years in Carolina-Tech battles. Captain Bill is
scheduled to start at the fullback position.
best attended rally of the year, en Tornado.
Trainer "Chuck" Quinlan an-
(Continued on page three)
Annual Session of Accountants states.
Here Sponsored by University
School of Commerce.
The schools becoming mem
bers of the high school debating
union will take part in a state-
j I union win. i-cijtvc
Talks by Robert B. House and . , .QT1(yillr Hfthate in the
. j i tyjuc niwiia"" "
ATcniDaia. xiiuupA6uii. . Schools winning ootn
vesterdav's session of the annual , . . . w , jpuai ps win
meeting here of the North Caro- nd teams to the University to
lina certified public accountants, i OOTlfo5It f nr the Avcock
The conference is sponsored Cup Thig organization is an
by the University scnooi 01 com- x ngion activity 0f the Uni-
merce. several piuxcoouio,
including Dr. J. B. Woosley and
Dr. H. D. Wolf, spoke at the
business meeting concerning
current economic problems.
Robert TS. House delivered a
welcoming speech yeste.rdy Broadcasting companies
morning alter a siuub ucvuuw
serviPA ld hv the Reverend Al-
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bea Godhold of the Methodist i nf the National
church. Neal S. Zeigler, presi- University Extension Associ
dent of the association, respond- ations COmmittee on debate ma-
ed to this speech. tterials and inter-state coopera-
Dr. Archibald Henderson wasi
cuest sneaker at the dinner ban- m, Qf;VA team is com-
x J.X1C aii.ll
quet held yesterday evening m VQSed of. e. C. Buehler, of the
Graham Memorial. - Mrs. A. R. University of Kansas ; H. L.
Wilson entertained with a read- 0f the University of
FOR GRAIL DANCE
Third Function of Year by Or
ganization to Be Held Tonight
In Tin Can at 9:00.
BY FRAT BUYERS
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A debate will be broadcast on
the same subject November 1,
from three to four o'clock, on
coast-to-coast networks of both
the National and Columbia
The debate will take place un-
ig, and the University quartet
sang several selections.
The conference will close to-
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Wicnnnsin ; and V. vunmns
low""- 7 ,
ham, of Northwestern Universi-
. , fy. jvcpici3cxiw"e -
day after an election of officers.; of the question are: Presi-
The delegates will then be guests
at the football game.
The folbwing students have
appointments today for Yackety
Yack pictures: ,W, E. Arm
strong A . W. Edelson. R. D.
Haynes, Milton Kalb, P. O. Leg
?ett, and Tom Nisbct.
dent Harry W. Chase, of New
vr-v TTniversitv. and two others
f n hA selected from the" faculty
of the University of Chicago.
Pmf Assor Robert H. Sherrill
is teaching an extension ciass
accounting at Burlington.
The third dance sponsored by
the Order of the Grail will take
place tonight in the Tin Can
from 9 :00 o'clock until 12 :00.
Jelly Leftwich and his orches
tra will furnish the music. ,
Last night the big shed was
the scene of the annual sopho
more hop where a huge crowd
danced to the melodious strains
of Leftwich's band. It was de
clared one of the most successful
social affairs of the type, in re
The Tin Can was attractively
fitted out in maroon and white
decorations with natural back
ground of leaves and boughs.
Other social events of the
week-end have included pledge
dances by the Sigma Delta and
Sigma Chi fraternities last
night. Attendance was by bid
Notables Here Today
Governor J. C' B. Ehringhaus,
former Governor O. Max Gard
ner, Marvin H, Mclntyre, private
secretary of President Roose
velt. Turner Battle, assistan
secretary of labor, and L. W
"Chip" Roberts, assistant secre
tary of the treasurer, are among
I the notables who will attend the
Fraternity Buyers Association body to support the team to-
To Install Pressing Service morrow like he himsell nas done
Tipnartment for Members. since 1916. George isronson
and Allan McDonald woricea me
The Fraternity Buyers as- letn dnts into a hicrh state of
The procession started from!
the post office, winding down
Columbia and, ending behind
Memorial hall. Led by Ernie 1
Hunt, the mob let off steam with
booming yells, after which Step-
an'-fetchit. venerable Carolina
mascot, exhorted the student by c jj. Chadbourn An-
swers Questions Concerning
Practice in General.
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sociation yesterday announced frenzy with burning pep talks, by C. H. Chadbourn, assistant
dftfinitP. nlans for a nressms tt.o m v pnded in a huge proiessor oi law. xxie vuv
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service department for its mem- snate dance which wound and one of the University of North
bers, which will be located m twisted its way across the camp- Carolina stuay series.
Sutton building. The service us. . Questions are answered con-
will ha for members only. No t firAwnrlcs for the nen ral- cerning the reasons for legal
dry cleaning will be done by the Were donated by E. C. Smith, processes breaking down in the
association. manager of the Carolina theater, iace oi mou viuic, u lCa-
t ocrf- V4nr the association. sons for lynchers generally go-
composed of 12 fraternities or- ORDERS TO FORM ing unpunished.
ganized into a non-profit cor- SPECIAL SECT1UJN In the spnng, tne press re-
poration, purchased coal for its pQR GAME TODAY leased "The Tragedy of Lyncn-
lng, Dy ur. Arxnur reaper, an
The University press recently
released "Lynching and the Law"
members, creating a net saving
of $200. The pressing service
will be a result of the success
attained in the coal buying ven
Cheerios, Sophomore Orders, Grail, alumnus of the University. This
And Golden Fleece to Sit lo- kv i,as ramdlv become the
gether at Today's Game. leadW authority throughout
revived the United States on lynchings
Members of the
The officers of the organiza- Cheerios, the three sophomore in the south and their underly-
tion are Herbert Taylor, presi
dent, Henry Anderson, secre
tary, and C. D. Miller, business
siring membership can i obtain
such by purchasing one share oi
the corporation stock and by
obeying the by-laws.
Huse at Knoxville
H. R.. Huse of the Romance
language department and au
thor of the recent Illiteracy of
tiiA Literate." left yesterday for
Knoxville where he will address
a meeting of the Tennessee state
orders, the Order of the Grail, ing causes, 'ine dook points oui
and the Golden Fleece will sit Lthe fact that conditions of living
t TTpnan f in thft localities where these
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stadium at this afternoon's I tragedies have occurred 'have
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Freshmen will meet as usual them.
at the Tin Can at 1:45 o'clock Br. Raper's book presents the
where they will receive mega-1 findings of the Southern Lpm-
nhones. ' 1 mission on the btudy ot i,yncn-
TTonr. cheerleader Ernest mgs, a Doay appomrea Dy me
Hunt announced that he is ex- national administration to inves-
rtino. the bieest demonstra- tigate the 21 lynchings wmcn
r " r-- . 1 , ji .1..J.1. mon
f.rt-n nf rTipprinsr of the year. Si-1 occurreu m xne souui m
rens and whistles will be dis The University was represented
tributed and during the game a on this committee by Dean W.
tiiXnisaTid : streamers will be C. Jackson, Dr. Howard W.
i-hrnwn over tlie crowdi ' Odum, and Dr. Arthur Raper.
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