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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C. APRIL 25,1896.
Off to Danville
On Friday, the 24th. our team
The Dramatic Club in Charlotte. - No Field Day.
"The Little Rebel" was present- . There will be no field day this
w ... , Vlfl eel at the Uhariotte opera nouse yeai. x. ws miruuu.
leaves for Danville to pla lj the Urtat p n & ol May but it has been (le.
game of the season against our old & cided to &ive it up entirely for the
rival, the University of Vnia .n u presnt year.
The game will be tht -8 missedvery much the Banjo Club, Just before the' track was comple-
and the closest ot all the fcame which has f()rmed been a feature ted.another generous gift was made
ever played between the Uo Urn- rf concerts whereby it could be considerably
versities. From an impartial com- Tfae Charlotte Drafflatic Club enlarged and improved. And a;
;Cftii nf the erames piayea o me , . . . ,.tt i., .i.- ,;,-.i u v,,f,(t deal ol
paiw -- : w f ve as a curtain raiser i-xci uuxjr lui vwi tv i - :
w tpams. the teams seem to uc , : . . ,,r nirm1et.ed earlv
well matched, both hitting hard ana fof them fa W.CAdams enough to allow for the preparation
i;r-with dash and vim. xne ; J . , , .n ,1 TV.? U a wie i e-
uci.g, - it was enioyea ana ueseivcuiy ap- iui.a iivna uu.jr. - .
games with Yale and liobart seem ded b n The players were cision. The work this Spring has
to indicate that our team are the, . Miss Hirshineer, Mrs. been of an inferior order, vhile we
better hitters but, it so. it is omy - Mrs H, Mesgrs Bov. win now have everything in rcad.-
bv a small margin and can uuu uc Landingham. Robbinsand ness for a successful start next year
' :;ainti that the game will fo A , u-x tW Track Ath
be ours. "And our team realizes Universitv Club was elegant- letics will then be on a firm footing
vn11 to win ana - . , , . ....
iui" - 1p l v entertameu n, pi lvatc iv-aivivwwo r--
the mn are each and every one : ae- membera desire to express le&e life.
termined to do his best. May their Hppreciation for the kind at- 1
efforts be crowned with suesb; tention th received on all sides. The Summer School. '
Th team as it will go into tne , r ra :iA Tit thirn 'session of the Univei
game is as follows: - , to lunch at Mrs. Jones' with sever- sity Summer School will be held
Both Pearsall and Hill wi 1 pitch ntlemen of Charlotte, from June 23 to July 17.
nrobablv half the ffameeach, mi- Armlstead It offers courses in Pedagogics,
ley will be, as usual behind tht bat BurweU,99 , German, French, Chemistry, Latin,
and the infield will be the same that It ia that 8everal who were Greek, Algebra, ArithmeticPhysi
showedYalehowtopick up groun- .. and fancy free" on ology, Grammar, English, Botany,
A Arc Winston. Gregfory, Staniy anu -
Vertical WntiniT, 1 V-
". ," r 1 1 i leaving tne xmi, adve uci-iiic mmi- wivS;i .
Johnson. The four out fis who Charlotte beauties, also chology, Geography, Music Pnma-
have played during the season have 4lCharf v heada the- fet '- and ry work, Drawing and child study
all kept up their u - Commencement engagements to besides educational comeic
almost neck and neck for their po- , lectures.
" The men who will go in u . p , Alderman will again be
against Virginia will be,decided by r delighted with the trip, Superintendent. He has spared no
the work of the present wee. r . - be effort to get a strong teaching lorco.
according to that work three men and hop AlderfflaHt
will be chosen from Whitaker, Gra- last visit J . Baskerville, Ball, Holmes and
ham, Belden and Brem. Resolutions of Respect. Home of our own Faculty, Profs.
With this team of hard workers, Nobles of Wilmington, Graham of
who have surprised even their Jll i Charlotte, Alphonso Smith of La.,
friends, bv their season', record we WHEREAS. nlwidence has Newlands of Ontario, Apgar of
have a fair chance to come home the m His inscrutable providence has A c Ellis of Clark
- victor, They have so far downed seen fit Z University J. J. Blair of Winston
many good teams which, at the be- remitting and useful tiv our ce Brown of Greens
gin Jug of the season, we ; had no honored fellow-member, Thomas M. These ffentlctMen will be as
hopes of beating and they have done Holt; and h- sisted by Misses Belle Thomas of
?t7Lu,h hard work. That work whereas. We feel that m his Blanche Little . of Penn-
. ..." T.,,, a hit but each one death the btate nas iosx v.u. .... Redfonl -of
Vh r than ever ' and and trusted citizen, the cause ot ed- py-
has worked harder than ever iuu ....... i, Raleigh.
; Mame with our old ucation an aruent uFFu u ; nn;Versitv will be
tb the determination to do University a loyal son and the , a- - ; students, theVeby offei
their best, and play the game of lecti c bocie a ing excellent advantages for work
lives. ' ful adherent; therefore by the Soc Withsucha
We are glat to announce that the iety m ZV V sen- strong Faculty we have no doubt
,ame will be umpired by aNat, but that very good work will be
T nithe career and achievements
t o dis graceful scenes of of this patriotic citizen an example
fair play and justice to both sides- a res.
that is all Carolina wants. 7 t?;,, nialtir. Soc-
peer, inc ij.au
iety be draped in mourning for sixty
I J . r . 1 . J -.,1
The Editors have at last gotten be sent to the tamiiy oi xne uecea.cu
all their material together and it to the University publications, to
has been forwarded to the Courier the State Press, and that a copy be
Publishing company of Louisville spread on the minutes of the Socie-
Kentucky, who nave tuc. lv.
Harvard, with special exercise ad
opted to supply physical.defecta in
Our record on the track and in
he gymnasium next year will doubt-
ess show that the selection ot Mech-
ing was wise and lortunate.
The Society Contests. t
The annual' contests in the two
literary societies has just pns-eu
and the showing made by the con
testants is not so discouraging as
the regular meeting of the societies.
The Inckv co-.itf-if xut-i in the Phi
Society were Messrs. Jenkins and
:Vskev for debaters and dcclavrners
medals respectively and in tiic: Ut.
Messrs. ' Aston and Whitlock.
While it h claimed that the So
cieties are at a low ebb, it seem., un
reasonable that tlu-re is a. consider
able increase in I lie numb -rot co:i-
testants. Howver this is tru-. In
both Societies together there were
no less than thirty contestants, the
increase being in the numbcr'of de
baters. While this ii enconrarging
to the societies there is another
side of the matter to be looked at.
On examination of the iacts it is
seen thai the j?rctt deficiency u.
the part of conti-slaiits, especially
the debaters, is in th-ir di::ivtry.
There is a practical lesson to be
derived from this. The boys ha v.;
been thinking, but tiny nave neg-
Wi-fd t!-u'i t. riracticc in fecctetv .which
enables them to
;ias taught them to tliiak, but the
societies have neglected to tram
A"-ain, it is a significant fact, and
i 4 U, I I 11 1 FM'C.1 1 V
one cncouriiguii; io i-
and Prof. Williams, that all the .le
tter:, were men who had been
through the vigorous training in
the Psychology and Logic clashes.
Let the ocnaies uut: luui,
and add their effort to what ac-
,-mMri1Ui-.cd in the clas pjoi.i and
rlnne and that this session will
clipse the prosperous session of last
summer. Uur reputation as a sum
mer resort will doubtless attract
many visitors outside of the jor
F. F. Bahnson.
D. B. Smith.
J. H. White.
fnr. Ur rmblication of the book
The work seems to have been
thoroughly and well done and we ex
i j . rrr-xr rreditable annual
appear. It is hoped that it will be Apr. 1D, 1896.
completed by the miuuic j-
The Hellenian will have several Harvard Yale, Princeton and
new features tnis yea auu Columbia will each noiu u iu.-
its predeces- , , cti?r tennis tour-
lmprovciucui. scholastic cnd.mivu..t- - r
A Step Forward in Athletics.
. . if
17,1 rrinrl tn fttate that tne
v v c ait ti
TTn'iversitv has employed as Physi
ra1 Director in the Gymnasium foi
next year Mr. H. hi. Mechlmg. or
Snrino-field, Mass. xir. xMcchimg
v.c Wn for three years instructor
in the Physical Department ot tne
School, for " Christian Workers at
Springfield, and he has the very
highest commendation irom mat
school as a fine gymnast, athlete
,nrf teacher. Indeed tney ueclare
that they part with Mr. Mechling
We shall have next year the sys
tem of physical measurment used at
The class room
there will yet be hope lor
The University is to be omgrat-
ulatedon securing the
Dr. Charles Manguin, as a-,:sfant
professor in this dej.arlmvnt.
Mangumis a nat.ve ol U.u.pe .u.i
and well Knov .1 to
tudents. He gryK-ited Irom tne
TTniveritv in ani touK Jif. i'e-
pa i x ti j v '
taking the h:gh-.st ;
nid tcine .
;las. He then went 1o
Medical Colleg.- ol
where he made a remarkable record,
easilv standing at the head of r.v.i
. i ...... K . .
class. While there ne was ---
tant Demonstrator of nato.ny.
After serving a year as Resident
Physician in one of the largest hos
pitals of Philadelphia he accepted
the portion of Ke-ident l'hy:mn
of a large mining company in Au
denried, IVnn. Ifn has there had a
large practice and comes bac: to us
. 1 : j: v,..- th" no-.ition. ile
I'Uiiv ( uaoo'-'i .' i
will be warmi
"he has ahva- had
many friends and admirers.
UAiXlUb V" J