Tlrxe Tar Heel.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Published every Saturday by the General
Athletic Association. :
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BOARD OF EDITORS.
Wm. A. Graham, -. Editor-in-Chief.
John A. Moore, - - Associate Editor,
E. P. Carr, - r ' -R.
G. Shanonhouse - W.
- r jas. o.carr
J.H.White, - -
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name of writer.
Entered at. the Post Office in Chapel Hill, N, C. as
second-class mail matter.
It is with regret that we an
nounce the , resignation from the
TAR HEEL board of our former Ed--itorin
Chief and Associate Editor
on account of college duties. They
will be missed by the board and col
lege generally, as men who had the
proper college spirit and men ' who
did their best to make THE tar
HEEL worthy of representing the
University. And in assuming their
duties, we deem it wise to follow
. THE TAR HEEL in the future, as
the past, will endeavor to be a con
servative college paper edited for no
faction or party, but for the whole
University, keeping its interests
pre-eminent above all else.
We notice in a recent
TheNcwvs and Observer,
at this time living our family life, it. The idea is among us and will
having no interest in those outside remain, conform to its demands or
the family circle, and admitting to see to it that you do nothing to hin-
membership only those who were der its progress
able to come up to ,our standard.
At this stage we were not a Uni
versity; personal views were held to
be pre-eminent, no place being given
to those holding different views.
But on last Monday this larger idea
became a reality to the University
student. He recognized that he
was a member, not only of a fam
ily, but of a state as well, and
that the demands of the latter were
more important. While he might
have his family ideas, as it were,
yet when, the two came into conflict
the higher ideas , of the state must
Here the Unniversity made a stride
forward, a deeper insight had been
gained, and a narrow idea had b een
supplanted by a far reaching one
The view, which saw an aim as
useless unless it promoted personal
nterest gave away to one regarding
the welfare of the University as the
aim of all action.
Along with this idea comes the ne-
cssity of conformity to law. While
in an ed
itorial relating to Fraterties at the
University, the statement that TAR
TAR HEEL is the exponent of the
Fraternity men. We have no wish
nor do we think it a good plan to
discuss in our coumns the merit or
demerits of the questions at issue
in regard to the Fraternities. But we
must correct the mistake and make
wavs been, what it claims to be
the official organ of the Athletic
Association, at the same time en
deavoring to be the exponent of no
man or set of men, but of the Uni
versity generally, wishing to see
its interests placed before any other.
And we hope that in the future,
we will not have to correct the
same error again.
University of North Carolina.
Offers thorough instruction in four re 'mlar
courses of study, six brief courses, optional
courses to suit individual needs, and profes
sional courses in law and medicine.
Tuition $60 a year; total expense $250
Over 500 students, 26 teachers, 40,000 volu
mes, 7 scientific laboratories and museums
gymnasium,' athletic grounds, bath rooms
(free to all.
Disciplin manly, without espionage
Scholarships and loans to the needy.
Tuition free to sons of all ministers, can
didates for the ministry, public school teach
ers, and persons under bodily infirmity
Address PRESIDENT WINSTON,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
e statement, once more, that the Ward's NeW ReStaUTant
at TAR TAR HEEL is, and has al- ' T . . '
, Optxslte Pntchard's Store is the h.
13 urc neanrmar
ters for Fresh York River Oysters and Meals
at all hours. Few Regular table boarders
can be accomodated.
McALISTER & McRAE
ARE AGENTS FOR
w at me A. l U. Frarern tv
We are glad to see that some
have taken up our suggestion of atl see their samples.
entertainment for the benefit of the They can take your measure and
nronrmttiofnfm.r 1on,c A f Vllpfir A tdorln tOll ' TIlA tee a Pe"eCt fat. ,
, a x i i. j , , They sell Suits, Pants, Dress Suits
were unnecessary, every one sought in some degree, at least.due to the overcoats. ts
personal ends, hence a common law carelessness of the student body.
is a contradiction. So we think it is their v duty to do
The life of a state is governed by all in their power to relieve this
lawandeach indidvidual, if he wish- debt. And the men who are will-
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And as such we invite the stu- es 10 noiU nis moersnip m ine iugivC inai.-umc anu taient,
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dents the alumni and the Farultv state' must contorm to tms Jaw. ineaccompusnment 01 tms ena,
to use its columns whenever tlievl These requirements are not made deserve the support of the entire
wUh at the atnp timp rpwrvimr armtraruy oy any one, Out they university, ana we nope tnat it will
the rip-ht to nuhlish onlv those ar come as results of the state's life be cheerfully and hearty given. Let
fJMc TMiUirU tt fk;ir e;m f, they are indeed an expression of the work go on and when we have
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publication and declining to stand the state's life- And as the state done our best, then we can, without
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roctv.neSKif. fnt- fV,A nicAvnc. wpanQs, iaw Decomes more aoun
ed incommunications. Each. writer dant' we are growing, hence an
must be . known to the Editor in
Chief, through the article need not
be signed And we hope that this
invitation will be accepted and that
we may thus make our college pa
per throughly wide awake and in
crease of law.
Any one being a member of the
state and seeing that the demands
do not suit him, should either learn
to obey or leave. The interests of the
student bodv demand that either
shame, look to the alumni and friends
The change, from the stage in
The resolutions which appear- in which there is no law, to the one
another column of our paper need no governed solely by law is always
explanation, all understand the attended by friction, and in some
causes which made them a necessity, cases with great bitterness, but
The , passing of the resolutions these are only evidences of vigor.
signifies that the University has Their significance is growth,expan-
passed successfully another crisis in sion and a deeper insight.
its onward march, a large idea in- It is but natural that the feeling
voiving all has taken the place of one should have been high against the
seeing only a part of the whole. leader of this great movement. Has
The University,as the embodiment this not been the case with all such
of all large ideas, must pass through leaders? Have they not always been
a certain series ot crises in its up- stamped as seekers of personal ad
ward march. The narrow views, vancement? Seeing the conflict
seeing the few, must be supplanted from the stand point nf the lesser
by those having a wider and a deep- idea this is the only conclusion, any
er significance. The narrow grooves other would be in direct opposition
in which this old idea moved must be to the opinions held by such men.
While warm weather lasted, the
base ball. candidates had very good
batting practice and we hope that
much improvement over last year's
batting average will be made. And
one of the two courses be pursued. We have noticed with pleasure many
ucw niucsuii inc aciu, out we, near
that there are several men who can
play base ball who have not yet
made their appearance on the field.
And we w.sh to urge them to
come out and help to make the
team as good as possible. Even if,
W, DUKE, SONS & CO.,
, BRANCH OF THE
American Tobacco Co.,
DURHAM, N C.
A Wonderful Invention
Zoology teaches that the hairs of the head
are hollow, and contain an oil that gives
them life. In clipping the hair with scis
sors, this hollow is left open, and the hair
loses its life-giving properties.
I have a Machine named the Sinffeingr Ma-
enme, which removes the hair and at the
for any reason whatever, they should fameime closes up the hollow, causing the
-u r ii hair to retain its life-giving properties, and
iiul uc duic lu uc a memuer oi tne inereiore stoppinir the hair from f;illin- out
team, still they could help the team Pcii"
J I ldll ana examine this innrhmp :in,1 Vinv
in many ways. A good Scrub team yur hair sin&cd.
i i j-rr ii i Special attention given to dressing La-
makes much difference in the play dies' hair. Cutting done with exquisite and
of the 'Varsity and it is the dutv tistis skill by the old University Barber
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of all to help in any respect. And
to those who hope to win places on
the team we would sav that there
is but one way to accomplish their
end and that work alone will give
them an N. C, sweater. ,
of twenty years' experience.
I lie singincr machine is hiohlv recom
mended by scientists throughout the country.
v ery liespectlully,
T. D. DUNSTAN,
Professor of Tonsorial Art.
widened to meet the needs of the It means a outtW aside of thP w.e ttave lost many ot our
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Our present revolution did not sud
denly spring into existence, we have
only made individually real a prin
ciple brought out in Raleigh two idea recognizing the
years ago. Here the University j few has given place to one
was recognized' as an Institution of : the University as a unit.
old regime and the introduction of " . . y " "'"Jy w nit
wun any uegree oi sureness ana the
management recognize this. Good
a new order.
Our strufirle is a lon-iral nnp' wo
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have had a genuine revolution. fl t,CIV-wul-H- WU1 "cuccioria win
'hts of the p over superior neiaing.ana now
is tne time wnen tne oatting prac
tice has especial attention given it.
Patterson's New Hotel.
Reception Room, Well furnished Table,
' Polite Servants, Everything suited
to the convenience of students and
the public. . .
Prices moderate. Your patronage solicited.
N. G. L. Patterson.
the State, this recognition demand
ed the break up of the old Univer
sity idea. Before this time tbeUni
iversity was not a University, only
when the Legislature, composed of
representatives from the people de-, of this reality.
ckred It to be an Institution for the Tha
The University has won a victory,
not a part but all, the , principle is
greater than any man or set of men,
The University idea has become
a reality and each member is a part
passed and it
people, did tins old idea give place now oilr duty as friends to our best wanee during the present
to the deeper jnh.ght. interests,- to the University, and as v-inderbilt seem to !.
Thi onward march lad not, ai'cilizc-n of North Carolina, to makclwiih much
yet, rctHcu OWr inner me, we were um uca luuiVHiuaily real by Jiving tion oi her indoor (lyimiah
So do not wait longer, but come
out and go to work for those who do
hard conscientious work, at the be
ginning of the season will be apt to
be members of the team.
There is to be an inter-collegiate
; debate between Vamierbilt and Se-
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