The Tar JE-i d:
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CARO A.
0. J. Coffin,
0. W. Hyman,
- - Editor-in-Chief,
T. P. Nash
C. 0. Robinson
C. B. Ruffix,
A. II. yVou-F..
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' - - Business Manager
A.--i."t jnt lJui'imw Manager
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Something has been said about
our running a directory of the Uni
versity. We know that we ought
to do so, but we have no place for it.
We are getting out a paper more,
or less of one which does vey little
more than finance itself. At present
we cannot make an addition to its
spree. If we "could the directory
would be the first : thing to go in.
The directory could be used . with
good effect in a time like this week
when there is nothing else in the pa
per, scarcely, but when there is any
news at all there is no room for iti
If we can't run it all the time we
don't like to begin. This, of course,
does not justify its abscence, but it
nial of McCormick, the inventor
of the grain reaper. This is un
doubtedly a good move. It is the
new American spirit; that? acknow
leges the greatness of industry,
is no longer necessary for a man to
have been a great warrior, ; states
man or orator to acquire fame. Our
Virginia friends have caught on.
T; at, is not saying that they have
been slow, or that this is the first
evidence of their being up-to-date.
This-is just congratulations from
from one institution to another upon
its recognition of true worth.
We congratulate Virginia upon
the victory of her relay team over
Pennsylvania. This is going some,
to get ahead of one of the Big Pour.
Virginia also made a good showing
in the other events. We al ways
follow the trips of any Southern
team across the Potomac with hope
for its success. We hope that this
is not a mere sectional spirit, in fact
we are pretty certain that it is only
pride in our Southland. If we can't
get a president let's get some ath
letic victories. ' If our neighbors
will accept our congratulations in
this spirit, so be it.
There is a matter that we want
you to consider; that much is due
it. The outcome we think we can
foresee. It is this habit to which we
are all given of cutting across lots
on the campus. Well laid out
walks are made for u to walk on,
but being perverse and in a hurry,
we don't like the beaten trail. AH
are aware of the great temptation
to save a little exertion, and of the
greater temptation, to us, to just
strike out for ourselves across the
cooler portions of the campus.
This is natural and would be all
right if there were not a penalty
attached. If we cut across, others
follow our lead. It not only makes
the campus suffer for it but us also.
Let's be just a little more careful
and everyone will be the better for
We notice in the Ring-lum Phi
that Washington and Lee Universi
ty has been celebrating the centen-
. Men are needed to compete for
places on, the track team. There is
something to be gained from making
the team this spring. . Where before
we have had one meet, Ave are to
have three this year, r Corneoutand
run some man off his feet and his job
if you can! The manager and the
captain would . be glad to have you
break every record made. But it
isn't necessary to do such startling
things to help the-team. Good men
are needed who will do their best.
There can't be too many men out
and at present there are far too few.
Stocksdale has Arrived.
: ,,. (Concluded from first page).
Lambeth and Avery. Some of the
infield candidates who get beat out
may be used for the outfield. Stew
art' will probably play left-field
when he is not pitching on account
of his batting ability. So after all
we ought to have what Prof. Noble
calls a "densely populated" outfield.
There are several other candidates
out who have received no person
al mention, but as Coach Stocksdale
gives everybody a good show it is
probable that a "dark horse" will
beat out some of the players we have
mentioned. The tin can will rattle
sometime this week. To the unfor
tunate ones we extend our sympathy
and wish them success on the class
Though the schedule before us is
by no means an easy one, we believe
that Coach Stocksdale is going to
turn out a nine which will take the
scalps of the best teams we meet.
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