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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH- CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, JAN. 25, 1896.
Ball Oiir AtMetic Debt-
Though Manager Carmichael has
not yet finished the schedule for the
coming season, . yet, the j list below
will show he has provided us .with
the best schedule of games which we
have had; in many years. There are
incluecf more Northern colleges than
heretofore and most of the Southern
rn11e-es which we could conven-
The games are as fob
Va. A. M.
Univ. of Va.
Besides the above it has been ar
ranged to play two games with Oak
Ride-e, though the dates have not
hem decided on. Also arrangements
are in progress for the games with
Richmond College during om
rnencenient week. The University
of Georgia wishes a game with us
and it is probable that it will be ar
The University of Pennsylvania
wishes to play us on April lOtli and
we hote that the management can
arrange the game.
If the movement started in Dur
ham to put out a team is success
' ful, we will probably have games
Though the places at which the
e-ames will be played are as yet
undecided, still there will be at least
five frames on the home grounds
This, then, is the schedule, so for
as we have been able to obtain 1
or1 n future issue, we wil
publish the completed schedule.
But this is enough to show that we
are to meet teams this year which
will be hard to down and if we are
to come out victorious we must work
and work hard.
The Historical Society.
The Historical Society met in the
o'clock, on Tuesday
at half past seven
the largest attendance of the year.
The first paper of the evening was
read by Mr. uucnrisi mcoimc-ic,
names of prominent
belonging to the Athletic Associa
tion. We do not mean to accuse
these men of stealing", but it is more
due to their thoughtlessness. For
cvprv one must recop-nize that the
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Association is' not a "bloated bond
holder" and not rich enough to
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sratin sncn troairaenx. auu wc in- wnn rave 111c
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tainly hope that in this and future Patriot and Tory leaders in the bat-
spasftfis. r.he men will restrain mem- t p oT iMn.o- s mountain, saauu
selves in this respect. those wounded and killed
Another reason for the existence Mr. Nunn read an entertaining
of the debt, is that mariv men have Undr on "The Settlement'of New
not paid all of their subsbnptions Bertie by the Swiss, giving 111 de
to fnntba.11 last seasen. Now, with tail the organization of the colony
all due respect to the management, the hardships of the voyage, and
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we do not think that enougn enort the trouble with tne Indians. acy
has been made to collect this money, were aided in their struggles with
for we think that some whose sub- the Indians once by tol. tfarnwen,
scriptions are still due, are not with a South Carolina force; then a
aware of that fact or of the fact second time by Col. Moore of South
that the money is needed so badly. Carolina.
Nnw we do not oresume to think The most interesting and mstruc
that we are athletically wise enough tive paper of the evening was read
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4, nt-ncftcu n n wmr.n wouiu miu- hv iv r. a s nro k suuieti; vum
io-ate this heavy evil, but we do wallis's Route in North Carolina
tiiat tTip athletic management He 'p-nve. in an interesting way
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ousrht to be able to feel confidence the j entire route through the State
in and complete arrangments on the Corn wallis was overcome by the
pleges or subscriptons made by the Patriot bauds and was iorced to
students. And if the students sub- g-0 to Wilmington, then to leave tne
scrintions now due were paid, it State.
rnn1r1 in a larp-p, deeree. help, to Dr. Battle supplemented the pa
put the association on its feet again per ; by some interesting remarks,
So we hope that the students win showing that tne cieieat tnat vom
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rprno-n ?? this tact ana, tnev win wallis met witn an over inui m vax
alsoremember that these pledges olinA was no inconsiderable factor
should be paid as soon as possible jn the winning ot independence roi
and not as soon as convenient. And the colonists
we hope, too, that the managers Dr. Battle gave some interesting
will n-et out their old subscription extracts from a history of the Uni
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lists and predict that their cliorts versity which he is writing, some
will meet with cuccess as students nc t, ;Mr;deiits connected with the
At the meeting of .the Athletic
early government of the institution
were very amusing.
The meeting adjourned at hal
Association this afternoon there vviU past eight.
he an oro-anization of the track
ich will besrin regular
training for the coming field day ex
Ail tlie old men and ' any new
ones who wouia 11 Ke to to uy
Our Athletic Debt.
In a recent talk with a member of
the Faculty, who has been intimate
ly connected with our athletic life
ever since its beginning, and who
has always had our -athletic inter
est in view, the sad fact was stated
that the Athletic Association is in
debt. The exact amount of this
debt was not stated, but it is a
heavy debt. In fact so heavy that
it has been doubtful in the minds of
the advisory committee whether or
not it would be wise to put out a
team this year. (
The management of recent sea
sons is we think, in no way to blaipe
for the fact that the debt is hang
ing over tis. But it has happened
unavoidably as far as the manage
ment was concerned:, One instance
which might be sighted in confir
mation of this, was thjp tendency of
last gear's team to 'cabbage balls,
bats, sweaters and otiier property
Senior- Class Meeting.
The Senior class met in the Chape
last Saturday afternoon.
The first business was the discussion
for of a plan, which seems to have a good
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stlv reauested to many supporters in college, for peti
report at the meeting. tioning the faculty to put the Monday
T 4-1, jo mntipcttnn we shouici nice rppitn firms on Jiaturaav ana itiukc
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to call the attention ot those in ionday the weekly holiday.
charge to the fact that we will soon The question was thoroughly discuss
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need a track, and tnat worK uu h-Lji sides and then a vote was
has not besrun. After being built
the track will need 'a considerable
fimn i wViirh tn settle and tret into
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itc hest. r.nndition: so it is very im
portant that work should begin' on
it at once
taken which resulted in almost unani
mous opposition to the proposed
A report was then made by the com-
mitte appointed for the selection of a
mi -fn,. lm fr-nrli- wn do- nhotopraoher. criviner quotations trom
nated last December, and the work various photographers and announcing
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has been "going to commence ever
c nrp hut. somenow it nuis ucvci
We hone therefore that the ; com
mittee in charge will give the mat
ter their early attention; tor a gooa
track is very essential to the making
of a good team
the selection of Mr. J. II. Faber,of
Norfolk, who was here last year. The
report was accepted. The committee
on selection of the preacher of the bac
calaureate sermon was not ready to
make a final report.
A committee was appointed to con
fer with the faculty on certain ques
tions relating to senior examinations.
On motion of Mr. Webb it was de
cided to add to the present list of class
Some New Rules.
Lately the Faculty have passed
and announced several new rules m
regard to the regulation of repre-
setitatives of the University, as
members of Athletic Teams, Glee
Club, Marshall s, and Literary So
Though this is not an exact copy
of the rules, as passed by the Fac-
ultv. yet it contains the substance
and sense of the rules.
1. Written permission to leave.
the University to represent the Uni
versity on an athletic team 01 vjitc
Club, shall be required from parent
2. Twelve hours 01 wor yci
week must be taken by each repre
sentative and he must have passeu
on at least six hours the previous
V Must have twelve hours of
work and not seriously negligent at
the time of leaving to represent tnc
4. Students on pronation nou Al
lowed to represent the University.
5. Students who leave tne um-Trot-oil-V
iii a renresen tative capacity
and those who go with them must
g ive pledges that they win not uc
ititovirat.ino- drinks or gamble dur
ing the entire period of absence.
Tt, romtnitte anuointed from the
Dialectic and Philanthropic Socie
ties to confer with the university 01
Virginia and arrange for an Inter
Collegiate Debate has performed its.
duty,and report that such an ar
rangement will be heartily endorsed
by the Literary Societies of that
Institution. The plan is to have
two representatives from each in
stitution, one from each of the So
cieties. The place and time of meet
ing will be arranged later; for the
first year, Virginia asks that it be
held at Charlottsville, on or before
the tenth of June.
When we consider the vast amount
of good that may be derived from
the inaugeration of such a series ot
yearly debates, we can easily af
ford to give way in matters per
taining to incidental arrangements.
While we would be glad to have
the first debate at our own Univer
sity, yet we hope that this may
form no obstacle in the final per
fection of arrangements.
With such able representatives
as Herman Harrell Home and John
C. Filer, we should be sure ot a
victory whether this "literary con
test" be waged in Virgina or Caro
lina. "It is a good thing; so let s
" Let. us hope for a
time when literary contests of such
iau rival in interest
our football contests on Thanksgiv-
There will be an important meet-
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ingof the General Atnietic statistician, an office
iatiou in the Chapel at 2:30 o clock Lomraon in northern colleges and the
Saturday after noon. 1 here win discharge cf whosc duties affords one
be important business to transact if the most interesting features of the
: Un-rwA that Hit; meeting r.lass nav exercises.
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11 1 11 Mr. V.istor iatcneior was autiuu
will be well attended. Li,Aw nffim.
13y order ot There beinr no further business the
GEO. li. STEPHENS, Jt'rcs. racetinr adiourned
Law Class Meets.
The spring election of the Law
Class wes held in the Law room
ith the following result:
Pres. Dockery, Rockingham, N..C
Vice Pres. Bellamy, Wilmington,
Hist. Grimes, Grimesland,
Sec. Barnes, Murfesboro,
Prophet, Harrell, Weldon,
Poet, Roby, Wrhittier,.
The Moot Court ofiicers are as
Ass. Justice, Doiby. Oxfora, .'.C.
Clerk, Grimes, Gnmesianu
Solicitor, Hurley, Troy
Sheriff, Hare, Tunis,