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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. 15
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of the day was noticeably relieved as
the groups talked freely and "withou
Those men -who yesterday pledged
the 21 campus fraternities are: ATO:
Ealph Tolar, Harry Bryant, George
Hogan, Ernest Lord, Jr., Phillip Lewis
Thompson, Henry Williams, and Wil
BETA TIIETA PI
Beta Theta Pi: Edwin Pcra, Hugh
Bayne, Frank Dalton, F. B. Harvey
Robert H. Morris, Robert Swain, Don
.aid Sager, J. B. Webster, Landon Rob
erts. Paul Schenck. and Thornton
WoodalL : .
CHI PHI '
Chi Phi: Charles Donovan, Roger
King, Alfred Phelps, George Grotz
Charles Zimmerman, and Lee Height.
' TAU EPSILON PHI ,
Tau Epsilon Phi: David Michael
Amer, Richard Ernest Bernstein, Sid
ney John Heimovitch, and William
' DKE: Graham Carlton, Thomas
Cardun, Simmons Jones, Brackton
Uyon, Junius Davis, Robert Bobbitt,
P. L. Davis, Edward Hobbs, Hugh
Morton, Elmer Hollingshead, Harvey
White, Samuel Hobbs, III, John Saun
ders, Eugene ReQua, Herbert Turner,
William Young, Camillu3 Rodman, and
ST. ANTHONY HALL
St. Anthony hall: Frank Branson,
Henry Chandler, Henry ' Barnard,
Franklin Laurens, Jesse Nalle, III, and
, Kappa Alpha: Bryce Dickson, Rob
ert Page, Holly Bell, John Page, Rich
ard Brandham, William Calhoun, El
bert Boogher, Roy Gibson, Richajd
Bell, Edward McGoogin, Risden Lyon,
Charles Massey, Burgess Urquhart,
Wallace Brown, Charles Bradshaw,
Walter Sheffield, Bonner Thomason,
Junius Shamberger, Charles Speisseg
ger, and Hampton 'Shuping.
. Kappa Sigma : G. Holland, Dorman
. -n. m T TTT 1
Hall, Fhil Hughes, KoDert J-Kmg, vvu
liam Porcher, Isaac Taylor, Livings
ton Vernon, Lawrence Neese, and Rob
SAE : Steve Adams, Harry Horton,
T. G. Brown, Henry Garwes, Leconte
Gibbes, Hugh DuBose, Samuel Hall,
Kenneth Sprunt, Bucky Orsborne, Fred
Swindel, Billy Thornton, Hugh Smith,
Dave Rumph, Mike Nolan, Russell
Odell, Grisw'old Smith, George Worth,
and Bob Saunders.
Zeta Psi: Marion Parrott, Robert
Kittrell, Charles Hancock, John Fore
man, Alexander Davis, Marion Trot
man, George , Adams, Hugh Dortch
Leslie Babcock, Frank Mordecai
George Penick and Thomas Wadden.
Chi Psi: James Self, Jack Stahlen
Bob Heitzeberg, Cole Burgess, Willis
Goulld. Ernest King, Clayton Farris
Hans Barber, Thomas Andrews, Wil
ton Damon, Bob Judd, John Kenr
field. Jr.. George Paine, Charles Pali
oca,.Richard Pethlick, and Taylor
PHI DELTA THETA
: Phi Delta Theta: Edmund Pincoffs
Byron Sherman, Duncan Walker, No-
land Ryan, Dan Thomason, Jean Ty
ler,' Charles Jones; ' Charles Beyer
Beverly Landstreet, Carroll Milam
William Feuchtenberger, Wilbur Glass,
John A. Feuchtenberger, G. A. Lem-
mon, Campbell Irving, William Cleve
land, and William Merrui. -PHI
Phi Kappa Sigma: William Morri
son, Ralph Stephins, John Huber, Ed
ward Colby, William Krauss, Wallace
Gibbs, James Stillwell, and Albert
PI LAMBDA PHI
Pi Lambda Phi: Aaron Raisen, How
ard - Imbrev. Leonard Conen, Jack
Dnlie. Erwin Mack, and Donald
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Pi Kappa Alpha: Charles Sloan,
John Rogers, Bruce Snyder, Bob
Whitten, Jaques LaSauce, William
Davey, Charles Bradbury, Jr., Hurst
Hatch,, and John Cooper.
Sigma Chi: Robert Council, Stanley
Holland, Edward Antolini, Jack
Barnes, Richard Freeman, George
Miles, Jr., Wade Coiirad, John Brooks,
William HerpeL Robert Wright,
Charles Wall, Charles , Tucker, Oren
Oliver, and William Vail,
ZETA BETA TAU
Zeta Beta Tau: Gene L. Usdin, Fred
erick Block, Warren Winkelstein,
Howard Cohn, Sinclair Jacobs, Charles
Landy, and William Rosensohn.
PHI GAMMA DELTA "
Phi Gamma Delta: John Robert
Bourne, Paul Severin, Paul Hammer,
Brad McCuen, Bob Craver, Buster
Kennedy, Dick Hurdis, Bill Elmore,
Bill Brantley, Bob McLean, Ed Mor
ley, Jim Groome, Jack Wilkinson, Bill
How Many Right?
The students listed below were con
fined to the "infirmary yesterday.
Those printed in italic type are the
names used in the "news story" on.
the front page.
Wade Fox, D. L. Deaver, Sam Mc
Pherson, Ira Ward, Hugh Stanley
Hole, Daniel Wolfe, Martha LeFevre,
Irving Nemtzon, Junius Grimes Ber
nard Swan, Harold Amoss, Chris
Siewers, Charles Easter, Herbert
Miller, Vernon Bodenheimer, Thomas
Myers, Henry Bryan, Cutler Watkins,
Lawrence Sharpe, Paul Jones, Joseph
Orr, Burke Herndon, Emily J,ones,"
Sail Silver, Virginia Smith, Arthur
McCaig, Edward Kantrowitz, Fred
Block, James Holland, Walter Cole,
IF. L. Hand, I. J. Kellum.
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substitute, proved that he needed no
apologies. Billy's topic was athletics.
Thomas Wolfe, editor of the Tab Hnr.
Straight Stuff ,
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coming team of the East," says Tatum.
George Barclay, five years ago an
All-American and today an assistant
coach, goes with Johnny Morriss to
Charlotte, where State and Clemson
do battle this afternoon. Chuck Erick
son and Coach Bob Fetzer take in th3
antics of Duke against Colgate, Dick
Jamerson, delegated to keep an eye on
NYU until next Saturday, will record
formations used by the Violets against
Penn Military college. '
Owens, and Reynolds Tucker.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Lambda Chi Alpha: Alvin Under
wood, Ralph Buffey, James Butler,
Rush Rankin, William Morris, Theo
dore Danford, Philip Clegg, William
Phi Alpha: Morton Silverstein,
Hyman Leinwand, Milton Harris, and
Sigma Nu: Leslie Worthington, Wil-
iam Stanback, James Shaw, Robert
McNaughton, E. Stuart McCoach,
loyd Cohoon, Joseph Conger, Joseph
Orr, Robert Grimes, James Learning,
and Harry Dunkle.
next unfolded himself in sections and
discoursed with much freedom on the
topic of college publications. Frank
Graham, newly elected dean of stu
dents, closed the program with a very
appropriate summary of all the phases
and a general description of the whole
of Carolina community life."
Another item, from the Alumni Re
view of October. 1917. dprTflTftrl-
"Twenty-four young women have reg
istered this year. The number will in
crease to fifty next year if we can
give them accommodation. The num
ber of students enrolled this year is
In conformity with the Alumni as
sociation's program this year of tell
ing the state of the educational fields
being explored at the University, the
Review begins a series of brief digests
of research projects in progress here
They are written in the style of ari-
cles in the Readers' Digest.
The weekly football edition of the
Review for the week of October 4, is
included within the pages of the month
ly edition. The four-page sheet is pub
lished weekly during football season
and mailed to the regular circulation
list of the Review. Something new in
football coverage is introduced by-the
publication of minutes of play of each
Carolina player in the Wake Forest
Other features of the October issue
are a page picture layout of buildings,
registration, Swain Hall, and class-,
room scenes; an article on the record
enrollment for this-year; an article
on and ' biographical outline of Dr.
Harry W. Chase former University
president, who will be the University
Day speaker this year; and numer
ous other items.
Establishment of the James Alex
ander Hartness scholarship of $100 an
nually is anounced in ah item. Moyer
Hendrix, a graduate of the R. J. Rey
nolds High school, Winston-Salem, is
the winner of the scholarship; this year.
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Although the times show that Han
son has another, fine cross country
team there is danger that the squad
will become stale before the all-impor
tant Navy and Southern conference
meets in' November if it continues to
turn in fast times.
Hanson's f rosh squad took three
and one-half miles on the new Braf-ford-Lewis
course, despite the pres
ence of many trucks and workmen
who are clearing away underbrush.
The same men that looked good last
week appeared to have a definite edge
over the others. Ed Phillips and Sim
Nathan finished first and were fol
lowed by Vernon Drewry, Roy Gibson
and Dick Van Wagoner. Van Wag
oner would have finished with Nathan
and Phillips had he not turned back
to show the course to those who didn't
know it. Following Von Wagoner
came C. A. Howe, Jim Manly, D. L.
Goldf arb, Bill Brassmer, and H. B.
Marrow, Gene Boutyette and Donald
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in nigh school; Hatfield Clegg, foil-
eppeist; and Sam Wallace, Charlotte
foils fencer. Other freshmen actively
fencing this quarter are Allan Bal
mush, Ralph Fore, George Irvin, Jim
McDuffie, Lloyd Nelson, and Gordon
The coed ranks boast of 32 swords-
women, many of whom have fenced
here last year or have had outside ex
perience. A larger home intercollegiate
schedule is planned for the coed fenc
ers, as well as. seasonal trips during
the winter quarter.
The varsity, for the second succes
sive season, win enter tne annual
Eastern Intercollegiate fencing tour
nament, probably in New York. Last
year, the Tar Heels placed fifth in
a field of 21, winning three individual
trophies. However, this year the pros
pects look considerably brighter not
only in this tourney but in all dual
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of the Grail, and a tea dance, the date
of which has not as yet been determ
Plans are being formulated to ar
range matters so that the sophomores
and their dates will sit together at
the game in a body. An announcement
will be made soon telling the second
year men of the procedure of the fes
tivities. Although the committee unanimous
ly favors Woollen gym for the dance
the locale has not been decided upon,
pending further investigation.
George Spransy and Pinkjf Elliott
have been appointed to make arrange
ments for an orchestra. At the dance
committee meeting Spransy told of
plans concerning a band. "We will
know our exact appropration when
the budget committee makes its report
next week. Until then, we will be mak
ing contacts for a swell outfit. We
want a really professional band this
year and will make every effort to get
the best within our means," he said.
Other committees appointed were:
Flowers and chest bands for com
mittee members; Charles Pyle and
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team in its place. Today, Georgia
ferocious Bulldogs will pick onti
Hurricanes at Greenville.
Frank Dobson is not a miracle tsam
but some say he has produced a foot!
ball team at Maryland this year. So
reaching into a hat and taking the
lesser of two evils, we say the Terpg
over Western Maryland.
South Carolina tied Villanova, &.
on home grounds last season, but t&
day the Gamecocks are at Philadel
phia with little hope of repeating.
Not the team they used to be, th
Southern lads will probably get a sot-
Marching Figure: Jack Holland.
Only sophomores and holders of bid
will be admitted to Friday's dance
which will be a formal affair. The
dance Saturday night will be informal
the class and the Grail splitting the
costs. Every one wil be admitted. The
Sophomore figures will xbe held both
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