THE TAR HE!
fTm OFFICIAL ORrggTERSITY ATHMmCSOM ,
rffT . inmwm iw 1MKTB CMLOLHi. CBAPEl HILL. K, C MARCH, 7, 1895, u m-
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Mr Turtipr stated that a league
I with the University of Virginia was
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I with the university 01 vngmm -.o
"Gentlemen 1 ten you ui, w msiuu " contemplated, to emuic
" Such was the remark track athletics; and he
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made in the c;napei axew muimug moved tnat a committee ui mv.
Lo by a member of the visiting- com- j appointed to effect the formation of
fnittee from the State Legislature and sucll a ieague. Carried. President
jthe events that gave rise to the remark Stephens appointed Messrs. Turner,
is well as subsequent ones must prove Walter Brem and J. A. Moore on the
entertain any uoudi on committee.
iat the assertion is an "NVvfirp was served that a meeting
ariilH he railed, verv soon, of all those
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interested in Track Athletics, ior me
purpose of organizing and training a
Ho those who
femminently true one.
J Dr. Winston is a "hustler" and it is
ftune every body should be aware of
the fact. If the University is to re-
tain the State appropriation iu mm
more than any other man will be due
iu cAU of winning the fiafht that
LUC viv-uik v . o
Vias deen wasring so long in the edu
i:,i iVIps no-ainst him and the
With the rood weather last week
and this, the ball team is making fine
nrnorrfSS. The first practice game
rational cicies against mm tuu r"-- - - .
ul v" ity, the decisive battle ta even came off last Saturday, and s,nce then
univcisnj, i.t,mi,.awtiriardatit. Capt. Old-
now being waged witn au tne rantom
STt jealosy and ill-founded prejudice ham is a hustler and keeps the cand,.
J . . m ,t, uoc rn the mmr all the time.
and iffnorance can Destow. xw muu j .
oraisfcannot be awarded here for his Of last year's team only four are in
praise cannot oe aw i,:a Vpor- Oldham. Stephens,
tireless ana masteriy , r - -f nh.m . of
. o!.-.. Jt. miner ot JStanieV ami, vjiCKuiy. ,
University, oin.e will be at backstop, and Ste
the ris-ht he nas Deen m tuc vau , --- -
ttabnmt of the battle, and to phens in the box Stanley at short and
ing tuc , 1, r,r ocnrif1 are Also fixtures. No
riim more than to any otner stioum tne wcgu.j
"...' 11 i i1,n --oi firvtiG rati hp forecast at ores
honor be wnen tne nBui... r--- , .
1 1 J -ui I out ii '.uniu nuu vuiiivii
tr umohed and tne sweneu umu
mumpneu auu 0- 0 vP thp most promising-
- . ii i i urn 1 rrv Tor uua.
Words are hut empty tmngs ctt .y - t,iaeai
to show appreciation. What shall we Oldham is rast approug
to show appreciate u. o-raceful, with
do to show oursr iu.d5 ucwi . Ka1, wp
m(5tp(1 tliat the Senior class get up his hatting eye sun
gested that the emor . l t ball from him this season.
and take charge 01 a uau4uct . T r-- o .
of Dr. Winston, nas not aumc - -r - airpv
a better sufftrestion: as this is a mat- blutt, ana as au, u, -
a belter suggest L-hnwn that he won't stand.any shirk-
ter that concerns every ouc u. u, -
. . , . . . i aj 1 in- i-inrsPTiiav 011 tixc uv-i"-
every one ot us ought to De mxerestcu s . r--v
r. . nJ m.totlnM NPtrm. SUOlCtl i v " 011
.ne utu r-ii.. Lead by Mr. E. B. Lewis. He briefly
Last night one of the most pleasant the old Faust legend and
entertaiments of the year was given wherein Marlowe had adhered
in Gerrard Hall, when Mr. Folk MU- more closdy to the Gld legend than
ler,.of Richmond, Va., delivered his Goethe who als0 wrote a Faust based
celebrated dialectic recital on wu onthesamewend.
Times down South," delineating tne u R Yount presented the last
old plantation negro. paper on "Goethe's 'Faust.'" Theob-
A good audience of students, facul- of th.g paper was tn show how
ty, and townspeople, including several q egend was treated in Ger-
ladies, were present ana eacn one w man literature by one of her greatest
readyi to declare that the evening was furnished a counterpart to
most enjoyable. The speaker was g preceding. paper showing how
troduced by Mr. m. a. iewis, wuu differentl the same thing is treated in
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that as the late Denaun - ". different languages,
wavs known as "Zeb Vance of North , m .
Carolina, so the. gentleman present
that evening was always known as
"Polk Miller of Virginia.
Mr. Miller began his talk with a
the old plan-
very tuucmiio "'"bj - rc
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At the next meeting of the Club, the
Greek drama will be discussed by Dr.
The New University Trustees.
trua T.o-iQlature has elected the fol-
tation negro, the faithful and affec- trustees to fill vacancies:
tionate servant, friend, and companion Alexander rm Tyrrell Coun-
of his old master, both of whom are
passing away. He criticised the urn- w Grahami D, Orange County,
tation of the negro dialect as given by Thomas F Lloy d) R, , Or angeCounty .
the negro minstrels and Northern Thompson, P., Onslow County,
lecturers, and gave a true imitation, Peebles, D., Northampton
which every one immediately recog- ''
nized as correct. In tact, mr. minei Hoover, P., Wilson County,
has exactly caught on to that brogue alzer? Rt, Davidson County.
and renders it just as tne o.a udi White, R., Perquimans Coun-
himself would. .
wr ,11 rr ctnriPS Ot trie I J
He tola many diuusmg ovV-
of the negro in which his imitations,
were exact in all respects. However
u io crrv-tp11inp-. it is in ban-
line UC J.3 ".I. m-v- J O 1 "
io-picking that he excells. His tunes
in the matter.
his guidance the work is methodical
George Stephens is wen, ne ib
nur licorp-e" ana ne is aim
best pitcher on the college diamond in
the South. Last year he had a "drop"
ball that puzzled the benign men,
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Athletic Association Meeting
a miw meeting of the General
Athletic Association was held in Ger
rard Hall, on last Saturday afternoon,
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President btepnens in tne cuu.il. .""' ball tnat punxieu tuc ,
T E. Alexander stated that the object but this year he has evolved what he
t i.t. ;rr Trmci tn discuss plansLn0o 'Mart" ball. You will never
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frM- 1, union of the Association's pa-know what it is till you try to hit it,
r Tak Heel, with the other vou won't know much about it
college weekly, the White and Blue. tten He is in fine trim and working
TTowell read articles of U,ard pverv dav
combination, as drawn up at a joint .Pat Stanley has steadily improved
m f thp prlitorial boards of the prv VPar and is now "one of the fin-
two papers; which articles provided est He covers the premises around
w r.PW -naner be organized, with a allort fieid wjth the same steady gal-
-t.:vu Dti.iii fiQciime the 1 1 t,; caIa hasp, on Yale last
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M. E. Carter, P., Buncombe County.
C. A Cooke, RM Warren county.
John T. Hogan P. Orange County.
W. H. S. Burgwyn, D., Vance
S. Otho Wilson, P., Wake County.
F. D. Winston, I)., Bertie County.
W.rrv Skinner. P., Pitt County.
Spencer Blackburn, R., Ashe County.
A. B. Gorrell, D., Forsyth County.
J B. Lloyd, P., Edgecombe County.
James E. Boyd, R., Guilford Coun-
J. M. Moody', R., Haywood County.
W. E, White, P., Alexander County.
V.'s. Lusk, R., Buncombe County.
D A. White, R., Alamance County.
d' L. Russell, R., New Hanover
new name, wnicn snouiu assume m.
assets and liabilities of the two old pa
pers, that the Athletic association aa
smnp control of the new paper, elect
its eio-ht editors, and be responsible for
its dhts: and that, at present, four of
the editors be chosen from the staff of
the White and Blue, and four from the He js a hard worker and
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year while the ball was in the pitch
er's hand. His arm, which has before
given him some troube, has not shown
any sign of trouble yet.
Gregory covers second with the
same all-round steadiness of last year.
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Motion was made that these articles
be accepted, whereupon a debate en
sued, in which many took part. As
much objection was raised to the
plan, especially to dropping the name
Tar Heel, Mr. Turner made a mo
tion, embodying a suggestion of Mr.
Howell, that the constitution of the
Association be temporarily suspended,
cn nc r n11ow eleven editors on the
Tar Heel, instead of eight; that four
new editors for the Tar Heel be elect
ed from the White and Blue staff
there was already a vacancy on the
Tar HEEL-and that the Tar Heel
assume the assets and liabilities of the
White and Blue. This motion was
ramoii iitiatiiTno'iislv. and Messrs. Jno.
A Moore, A. B. Kimball, J. O. Carr
and J. C. Eller, were elected the new
editors of the Tar Heel.
more warm days will soon be in good
form. He does not seem to get in con
dition so easily as the other old play-
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ers, but he is generally -on tne spot
when the first game is called.
Slocumb is quick, active, and grace
ful, and should make a good man. His
throwing is low and strong. His bat
ting is not up to the mark of his other
Collier shows wonaeriui speeu m tuc
box. He has a smootn, quicK umvu),
and a change of pace which we be
i;r will nrove troubesome to a bat-
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ter. He is in excellent trim ana wotks
hard. For want of space these intn
ductory notes will have to be contin
ued next week.
ana swss f- - .
n-n.Aoorrxr Pi mi c" "Watermelon
o:i; A Vinp." etc.. With the
OlUlllUg """ . , .
old "nigger lick," were repeatedly en-
COU1CU. , .
u. :n i-inrfsp one as Deiner
j.1 .t,1,r arniinitlted' With the OlO
LllOlUUguxjr "-1" . . ,
0 1 11 A nnmnnTVlKP With J
negfro ana auie tu ajuxyu. .
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that there existed no affection between
the masters and tne -slaves; ne Ly
1 ,iviior stories 01 tne wit
sevcicti w - -
white people took of the negroes, ot
the love the latter returned, and spoke
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i 1 j 1 ty At nit 1 1 i 1 lit v ill muui" 1 1
i1" , . Tf Said the best
anu ma uwji .
1. Ail ,oa n thp freemar
result OI tne wu v -
of the slaves, dui meucaug - - w n,,rViam Countv.
poor white people; that while the W. A. Guthrie, P., Durham County.
South and the white people were ben- Qf these the following are alumni,
efitted by the emancipation, the negro w Graham, '57, R. B. Pec
was infinitely better off before the war y. Walser, '84, M. E. Car-
thTheTc'ture was not only entertain- ter,' W.' H. S. Burgwyn P. D
ing, but instructive; to the new gener- Winston, '79, A. B. Gorrell, M, U. u
xt.l -i,mo ohiti(r of the old planta- ..I1Dati 'A4 and W. A. Guthrie, M.
on-rn hp showed true pictures ot T , , resident of Chapel
a unique class of .'people, of which a r. j
few are now to be found; to the older HU1. .
ones present, he brought back fond, but Notice.
sad recollections of the good old times f j.
"befodewah." Ifte aeic,ait! p-m.Hellenic
! ties composing the 1 an-iiuitnic
Shakspere Club. . Tennis Association will meet in my,
On Wednesday night, Feb. 27, the r00ffl D. K E. Hou
Shakspere Club held its regular month- at 2:30 P. M. to decide on da'c
greeting. The subject, dis- for Holdin, the
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rr Hume, in his prehminray re-
marV. showed how Marlowe had un
locked the secret of blank verse and
how the instinct of Shakspere had en-
abled him to adapt this verse ior tne
use of the drama.
Mr. L. C. Brogden read a paper in
which he compared the Richard the Sec
ond of Shakspere with the Edward the
Second of Marlowe. The similarity
in the character of the two kings was
Itt?hS .y 'te""ce
As she said in reply,
'"Tis a kiss, sir, re-
... . . .i,;,Kr in the
in the character oi tne two .iu6 There will oe a .. ,
clearly pointed out; the object of both Roofflt 2nd floor, u$xM-
kings being the gratification of their . aj t2;.
own desires. 9th, of all thost iniere
Dr. Hume then read extracts from Athletics Steps wiU be tae
r t 4. i. : riir out d.
. , -n papers written by Messrs. nru,, pu. r r y - f laccs
It is the general opinion iut , . wicker. Let an wno ,
t, ic rlnwti and Winston on topat. AUU1""- . -,4.. attend.
. - "Marlowe's 'Lr. r aubtus
present. Kaieign evening .