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Ttxe Teir- Heel.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHv -'CAROLINA.
BOARD OF EDITORS. "
Smith, - - Editor-in-Chief,
E. K. Graham,
T. I,. Wright,
R. H. Graves,
W. J. BBUAMY,
T. T. CANDtER,
S. W. Kenney,
F. O. Rogers, - - Business Manag-er.
Published every Saturday by the General
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Payable in advance or during first term.
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All Matter intended for publication should be ad
dreased to the Editor-in-chief and accompanied by
and of writer.
Eatered at the Post Office la Chapel Hill, N, C as
second-class mall matter.
The GREAT game has been play
ed and Carolina has suffered a de
feat without a parallel in all her
foot ball history. It, is difficult for
us to believe that any team could
pile up such a score on us, but it
has been done and that ends the
matter. We shall not attempt to
make any excuse for our defeat, the
score speaks for,itsel.f. Our team
played tbe best ball it knew, the
Virginians played better ball and
we are.' willing1 to do honor to a gen
erous and successful rival. The de
cisions of the officials, so far as we
have been able to learn, were fair
and just. The Varsity, though de
feated, is still the pride of every
Carolinian and dear to the hearts of
University men on account of their
overwhelming- defeat in their manly
struggle for our athletic reputation.
possible improvement for the stu
dents' welfare, will be made. The
administration is fully aiive to- the
best interests of the students, and
in return for its labor only expects
appreciation on the student's part.
The Tar Heei feels sure this ap
preciation will not be lacking-, and
that Dr. Alderman will receive the
support and encouragement of the
student body in any reform or im
provement he may undertake.
The football season is over and
we can look back calmly upon the
season and honor those who deserve
honor. And beyond all doubt Dr.
Baskerville's name stands first in the
list of those who deserve our thanks
Review of the Foot Dall Season. The Musical Clubs
The general, active interest in After over . two months of prac
foot-ball with us this year has far tice the members of both the Glee
surpassed that of any year in the and Mandolin Clubs have at last
history of the game. We have had been selected. , The singers nr
seven strong- teams or select men ac- chosen by Frot Jdarrington and Mr
. i i ' r 1 i i ti . . . . .
been nt wnrlr nn the ' at.lilot.irr fielrl I ntirl rn-o-nrnveu tUa ;ho...i
, ., l "" ui j,u.umv.i man. umc n till con
every evening trom halt past tour tmgent.
until six o clock. Ami among" all , Amon? the mem her f ti n,
tnese men in an mat time not one oi Club will be Messrs. Farm
rhp r InRa-inpn 1 hns Iwn sprinnuhr rn..i a. i
" - "rv er;, x'inoi, .anaerson. uudo-er u
Instrumental: E. V. Patterson
n TD Tk Tk jt t-i...
uwuci;, v. ay. xey, ivi.vJ. 11 liott
and W. S. Myers, first mandolius
Davis and Branch second mandolins
Howard. Lake. Anderson ami n.i
ger, guitars; Cowles, violin: pf1ni
.... , - t
The hard work of the examina
tion period has already begun; and
will continue till examinations are
over. Some of us are being- cheated
out ' of an opportunity to do good
work by a crowd of thoughtless vis
itors and loafers. ' The visitors are
men who work hard for a few hours
and then call on you when you are
busiest yourself. The loafers nev
er work -themselves and seem deter
mined to keep other men from work
ing- also. If you. have nothing- to
do, stay in your own room or stroll
about the campus, but don't visit
other men, when you may be sure
you are not wanted. I
7 Show a little consideration for
your neighbor by absenting- your
self from his room; and remember
this, that a visitor during- exams, is
a bore and a very weariness of the
The Tar Heel, is glad to note
that the new administration is endeavoring-
to repair and beautify the
campus and buildings, as much as
our limited means will permit. The
west end of the campus, too long
neglected, is receivings attention
just now. The low places on either
side of Cameron Avenue, near Com
mons and Prof.' Gore's residence,
are being filled and supplied with
drainage. The "Avenue itself has
been improved and the west gate
has been rebuilt and how presents
a creditable appearance. Improve
ments are likewise being- made in
the Chapel. New chairs have been
added, the rostrum enlarg-ed and re
carpeted, and the walls a r e
now being- T kalsomined. Other
changes are under consideration
tn.l we feel safe in saying- tha:v
M lift V -v-- j- l-i w 1 l m n. l-v I A . tf
ii u i i, in ii iiiir iii r v i i s v in v i iii i . - r i it i
' ----- w ers, ASKcw, u. xviangum, jr. (Joker
receiveu any injury more serious anc Meredith.
than -a sprained ankle or at most a
broken collar-bone; while the beuef
icent results can hardly be en urn er
ated. The "winning- of the class
and gratitude. At the very beg-in- championship. is the very least mi
ning- of the season and long- before portant. One hundred men have
our coach arrived, Dr. Baskerville been trained trained! Taught to
was doing- everything- in his power deny themselves; taug-ht the necessi-
to train the men, and his enthusi- ty of temperance in all respects;
. . ... . i , . . . . . , . i- ;i i l 1 1 . i
asm has known no abatement from taugnt the value oi united action; trip win ueunusuany good, owing to
t.i4- Antr 41,: Tiru iL ' A lnnfrlif f-v (-fniTiYlo fnf .l-ioi, 1 I i .he rrren t. va ripf v nf nlru
look was most gioomy the Doctor ' mater; taught to succeed;taught cal and instrumental. Messrs
Tvake and Pfhol will nerfnrm eon
J" ' Jt - A 4 I , - " -
noon coaching- - both 'Varsity and have developed brawn and bronze rately on the banjo and flute respec
scrub: and in some instances, even tnaj. will last tuem through the vear. tiyeiy, wnue tue uieevniDs most
1 " i
donning- the canvass m order to even it they take no iurther exer- attrative ieature will be a quartet
fill a vacant olace in the line. If cise. One hundred men have learn- composed ot one 'star sineer from
we would all emulate Dr. Basker- pd a lesson that will make them each part.
vine s interest and enthusiasm it men sucn as tney would not have January 4th lav Is the hrst date
vtuuiu uc a, unuun(n.ivcjy easy ran- h-hvhl il. vjwh.jv nicac its- aui a ciuitci i, auu uu mai. niirni. xne
fii.. fr. r-i t. 1 ' :J.': I onio nra inlinKIa : I I . AJ. : .. A "11 1. -
in jui aiunua iu . tidiu t vvinuiuir I "-i-v muiaim,, , uuciiinK cu Lei tcii uiiich l vvm ue STlven
team. A result that, will be timre direrf-1 5n Mef rnnnl If n n Oni-i "PTmn-n 1?,
: " .. ' ly evident is the development of leigh. From there the fol
Rvprv man ' in tti TTm ixr-i.-; 4 tr I A a . r "i. 1 1 I i . n i i
- . m.udtuauuijudiii tudtciicii out oi wnicn to Mowing towns win De visited on
should feel indebted to the Y. M. form a team that will represent us successive pig-hts: Henderson, Tar
C. A. for the series of services just in our inter-collegiate relations next boro. Norfolk, Suffolkand Wilson.
closed. We count it a great privi- year. We prophesy that there will making- a total of sixconcerts, after
lege that we could hear the common be more men and better men apply- which the boys will return to the
sense view of a higher and nobler ing-for positions on the reg-ularteam Hill in time for recitations on Mon-
life presented in such a clear and next year than ever before. day, January 11th. Shortly after
forcible way, so entirely free from Of the several teams the Juniors this the regular mid-winter concert
sentiment or sensation. It is diffl- and Fresh were perhaps the first to will be given in Chapel Hill, and a
cult to estimate the g-ood that has organize and both showed spirit possible trip during- the Easter
been done by Mr. Say ford's talks, from the beginning-. The Seniors holidavs is contemplated.
r , ' i - . - ' " ' .I I
tor ne struck deep and the reaction were the slowest to, make a start
is slow and silent. However,? men and it was good fortune that saved
who were previously careless, are them in the game with 1900, for the
thinking-now and when men begin advantage in playing was rather
to think there can be but one result, with the Freshmen: but a nromnr.
y - ' ' - -y' i seizure . of: opportunity' saved the the English room on last Tuesday
... , , nitrht. President K. P. Harms-ton
Ti, v,.o;,r; V: a r, ..I game with a score ot 4-u. The Ju- . A n . ,a
morning. They are sore over their n,ors clearly outplayed the Sophs most r interesting and instructive,
defeat but have only words of praise with a score of 10-0. By the time and the meeting was as usual thor-
for Virginia and her team. The of the game with the. Juniors the oughly enjoyed by all present.
treatment they received at the hands Seniors had" rr0t themselves i n to The programme was as lollovvs:
of their opponents was kind, cour- (r- , i. Mrtf "The use of the Final Verse by
teous and polite. There was no ill od shape, and notwithstanding CatullusMr. Linscott.
feeling between the two teams, the -Tumors superiority of training Unity of Time and' Place in Le
and both talked the game over in a and favorable public opinion, walked Cid Mr. May.
sociable and friendly way after the right over them, inflicting the worst How to Use Die Hambttrgische
contest had been decided. We are defeat of the series. The Meds Dramaturgic Mr. Toy.
glad, this is so. We freely admit were allowed the honor of playing On two verses of Tibullus-Mr.
Virginia s, superiority and we shall f . '.,. Harrington.
- . tha, rifi tint4 rT H aco rr-A footo itr 4- u 0
cherish no ill leelings against our v, ar
rivals. '. , , out having played a previous game,
t 1 j 1 1 . 1 J i 1 rA . 1
. out yieiueu to tne seniors their
Thauksglviug Day at Chapel Hill. claim to , the championship because
While the great contests were be- they had lost Mr. Mechling by . a
ing waged on the gridiron through- ruling of the advisory committee.
The Philological Club.
The regular November meeting
of the Philological Club was held in
out the country, Chapel Hill was After this the Seniors, secure in
enjoying a . Thanksgiving after its the championship, relaxed in prac-
own peculiar manner. tice, while the Meds. continued to
In the forenoon the good towns- practice. for a gam with the Med-
men took a little something in a hCal class of Davidson College; so
glass and then went Over tov the de- that when the Meds., with Mr.
pot where a shooting match was in Mechling on, played the Seniors an
progress. One of the law class, we exhibition game they succeeded in
hear, won eleven turkeys. Many of - a n il 1
the boys went home, or to the Rich- f or.ng 4-0 on thech mpions. This
mond parae, but a great maiontvot iU1 . .-nt
us stayed right here. A few of the not by the terms of agreement afJFea. rro-uorc w -
elect dined with the professors, but feet the championship. aua responded to tne cans wu
the most ot usol course were denied . , In the struggle for ; second place nice mue .speecn oi cneer uu
this privilege, In the afternoon we the Fresh beat the Sophs 6-4. The couragemeut for the team,
all assembled at Yearby's drug remaining game between Juniors This kind fellow feeling .affected
store anr received a detailed account and Freshmen was not played. the team anfi we have no doubt
of our y nlrr.iiig defeat. After ' " . . . , nn ast
thh -e vinghadnomore in- Messrs. W. C. Smith and W. J, caused them to play harder on
1 ; o this chronicle clos- Horney spe t.: Thanksgiving in Thursday than they otheivif
.'lit. ' Greensboro. I would linvc doac'.
. Mass Meeting,
The entire student body assem
bled in the Chapel on Tuesday
night and collectively bade our foot
ball team an enthusiasticGod speed.
Mr. D. B. Smith was made chair
man of the meeting. The team and
Coach Johnston were' escorted to
seats of honor and all called on for
a speech. The members of the team
responded heartily and cheerfully,
and it is needless to add that their
every utterance was vociferously ap-