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"College Topics" after the
Carolina-Virginia Debate remarked
that Virginia had acquired the
habit of licking Carolina. Now it
seems that Carolina has helped
Virginia break that habit. She is
very welcome to any aid given her.
AT the Biological Labor rtory
the persons who painted the score
of the Virginia game on most of the
buildings on the campus have been
classified as fallingunder one of three
categories. The first category is
Microcephalous Idiots; the second,
persons of Slow Maturity due to pro
toplasmic structure, or enviroment;
third, Blackguards. We know not
the first inklings of any of the scien
es ending; in "ology", but we have
classified these persons, too.
We do not think that they were
blackguards, or idiots; the other
category we are ignorant of. We
do know this, however, their aes
thetic sense is numbed, and proba
bly paralyzed. The buildings were
ugly enough before. Now they are
hideous. This is the first of our
charges, that instead of being art
ists they are not even good sign
Not alone in this sense is their
taste poor. It seems to us as if it
is poor taste that shows itself in dis
playing its ideal after midnight, in
doing what the possessor would not
do in daylight. And what is most
of all it is a poor spirit that would
show its pride in a team of men, who
play baseball gentlemanly, by
a means that even the painters
would not call that of gentlemen.
Our team won a game, which each
side lost more than once, by a small
margin. We are glad that we took
the game from Virginia. We
would be foolish to say that it did
not mean more to us than winning
from anyone else, but we hardly see
how we have any call to decorate
our buildings with with the score
N. C. 7 Va. 6 When we win
from a weak team have done noth
ing to gloat over. When we win
from a strong team, sucn as Virgi
nia, by a narrow margin in a game
full of errors it is enough to know
that we have the game. Show the
team that we are proud of them!
That's i all right, but if you are
obliged to make the campus hideous
to do it, lose sleep, and do it by
On behalf of the Tulane debat
ers we wish to thank Tulane for
he generous reception given our
representatives. Matthews and
Stacy report the best treatment of
heir lives. They were met at the
station bv a goodly delegation
which spent its time giving them a
good time during their stay. All
that could have been done to make
the visit a pleasant one to our de
baters was done. Carolina wishes
to be put on record as being grate-
ul for the kindness shown her rep
The baseball season closes Fri
day and Satnrday when Capt.
Hamilton lines up his nine against
the strong" Central University of
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By your leave, the means wasn't
gentlemanly tor yet manly. It was,
we say. discourteous to the Univer
sity, very unlke the spirit of our
team, and extremely childish.
Here's. what should have happened.
We should have all kept quiet until
we had a chance to thank the team.
This most of us have been trying to
do. Then you who were so profuse
with your paint ought to have been
sleeping , souncwy in tne nursery
when the painting was done. Be
ng up so late that night you could
scarely relish your Mellin's the next
day. No, you are not blackguards,
nor scoundrels, you are just kiddies
fter all. Worst of all you expect
to be treated as men.
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