T7 T7TT3 m A Ti VOL. 18 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C. , THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1909 NO. 4 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION WARM ROOMS OCTOBER 15 ENTHUSIASTIC MASS MEETING N. 0. I8 WAKE FOREST 0 UNIVERSITY DAY HOT WATER TO BE IN CIRCULA TION WHEN CHAPEL OPENS CHEMISTRY HALL PACKED TO BRIM WITH ENTHUSIASTS CAROLINA'S TEAM SHOWS UP WELL IN FIRST GAME HOLIDAY IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY Many new improvements at the Professors Graham and Patterson, power house and in the method Coach Brides, Collins of Wake of distribution of heat Forest make speeches With weather conditions favorable The crowd that was jammed into the company that is putting in the Chemistry Hall Friday night was just heating plant ought to be able to turn as large a seating and standing space out heat by the morning of October permitted. The fellows were noisily the fifteen. The out-of-doors work, enthusiastic and gave vent to their the digging and laying of drains, feelings by frequent yells for everybo which had to be done first, was great- dy from "Billy" Noble down. Dr. A ly delayed by the frequent rains that H. Patterson, Prof. E. K.' Graham came during the middle of September. Coach Brides, Capt. Garrett and others But that has been finished and the re- made short speeches. The Prince mainder of the job, which will consist Mass Meeting Speakers had sent word mainly in installing machinery, is that he wouldn't come as he was call quickly nearing completion. ed away to Raleigh. A member The new system will be a great lm- the Wake Forest team who was in the provement over the old, under which we audience had the nerve to face the mu have suffered during the past. In the sic and tell the crowd that Wake For iuture there win reany oe neat in sui- est naa come to win. ine Dana was ficient quantity to warm every building present and gave the audience severa! on the campus. An entirely new sys- breathing spaces at the expense of its tern of drains has been laid. Instead own wind. of every building bein on a single cir- Dr. Pattterson delivered an address cuit, as things used to be, we have Jon Sportsmanship,the Keynote of Ath now the campus divided into three letics. He used frequent illustrations divisions, each division including some to convey his concept of true sports certain buildinsrs and having- direct I manship to his hearers. He cited ex connection with the central plant. J amples of warriors, from the time o When the new system is put in opera- Alexander the Great down to modern tion, one building will be heated as times, who had gone into battle inspir quickly and asthorougly as another, ed with a desire not to obtain victory Dr. Howes Latin room on third floor at any price but to fight fair and to New West will no longrer have to wait win or lose with honor. These men he . until, noon for the temperature to I classified as true sportsmen. Dr. Pat become endurable on a winter's day. terson exhorted the university, repre- This dividing of the old long circuit senting both the team and the team's into three smaller divisions would by supporters, to make this the most itself almost be sufficient to make sportsmanlike season in the history o: sure of the buildings being comforta- Carolina athletics. In closing,Dr.Pat bly heated, but the improvements have terson made a plea for unity so far as not stopped here. The work was to athletics are concerned. He expressed be well done and to provide not only a hope that this fall there would be no for our present needs but to put off knocking of the captain and no criti the possibility of a change in the heat- cism of the coach. ing plant being needed for many years Prof. Graham announced, as he fac to come. Two larg-e, new turbine en- ed the audience, that he was the man gines have been installed at the power who was making a speech before tak house. These engines have a capabi- ing up a collection. He asked for the lity of four thousand revolutions a serious consideration of the student minute. With these in operation, the body as regarded membership in the water will circulate much more quick- athletic association. The team is the ly through the system of mains and representative primarily of the athletic will be noticably hotter as it groes association. The association bears all along. Three buildings have been its expenses, loses in its off years and connected with the central plant that profits by the large attendance at big have formerly had to depend upon games. "Is every Carolina man behind their own facilities for heat. These Carolina's team?" asked Prof. Graham, are Davie Hall, the Library and the If sa, he should be a member of the as. old infirmary building'. sociation that supports it. He quoted Mr. Chas Neilson is foreman in some figrures that went to show the charge of the installation of the new low financial situation of the associa system. He is a hustler; and through- tion. In 1906 there was $313.36 in the out the discouraging weather that treasury; today there is $200. He said came in September he kept things that the association needs more than moving at a lively rate. a third of the student body to become members and pay their fees. Prof.Gra- Through an unforunate error on our hams fmal remarks were in comoli- part we failed to mention Mr. C. C. ment to Coach Brides and Capt. Garrett. i e i r I Alexander as one oi ine memuers oi He said that both facuUy and students the English department. He now Hke Coach Brides'way of doing things holds the position or instructor ai xue and fdt confident that f00t-ball would University after quite a varied career fare extremely well under his regime. in eaucauonai enaeavor. lur. vicaiu- Ag f Garrett he said that he was der took his A. B. degree at Wallford pleased to see a representative Univer uoiiege, o. in ivuu. ne was prin- git man at the head of athletics "Fttl UA "4C "oluu6'u"i - Mr. llogue, being called upon, re school, lywwwa ana insiuctor in sponded from the rear of the hall that ungnsn ax yvaiiiomunege xwivw. hg wag a tightly wedged as he hoped aince tnat ume ne nas peen aujunn. t see Wake Forest on the gridiron the oTlXralWs ?nTrM7fonowin,day. He suited however degree at Columbia. (Concluded on sixth page) The men work together like machi nery. The whole machine plays good ball The football season for 1909 was ushered in Saturday when Carolina met Wake Forest on the local gridiron in a fast, snappy game of the ideal college sport. The day was ideal, and by three o'clock crowds were pouring into the Athletic Field. Students, towns people, visitors all eaerer to see the opening jrame of the season, and be able to judge for themselves Carolina': showing for a victorious team. By 3:00 over seven hundred people had ta ken their stand on the side lines await ing the referee's whistle. The Baptist team entered the field amid clapping of hanH and yells for Wake Forest They ran through a tew signals and were practicing a : few drop kicks when the Carolina squad, numbering some fifty, entered the field from the west "'gate amid shouts of applause and greeting from the side lines. A sharp signal practice then began after which both teams retired to their por tions of the field preparatory to the game. At 3:40 Referee "Farmer' xvioore Diew his wnistie and the game was on. The first half was marked by two touchdowns by Carolina and the unexpected brilliant playing of the whole Wake Forest team for some minute of scrimmage. Carolina made her first touchdown after 1 min ute and 51 seconds of play. Carolina kicked off to Wake Forest, who was in turn forced to kick out out of danger With it Carolina's ball on Wake Forest 40 yd. line, there started a march for the goal line that nothing could stop, First one back then another would gain from four to ten yards straight through the line. Wake Forest then kicked to Winston, and it was Caroli na again for a while until an unlucky fumble gave the visitors the ball Then it looked like things were going the other way a while. Though the gains were small, they were many and were made one right another for about five mintes of play. Forehand did some good line bucking for Wake Forest about this time, and was aided in his rushes by Duffy, Williams and Leggett. This quartet did some playing that was really spectacular or a while. Only the excellent work of Capt. Garrett, Hedgepeth, Winston, and "Fleet" Williams saved the Caroli na goal. . Wake F orest executed a pretty forward pass, which but for timely tackling of Winston might have proved a touch down. Duffy of Wake Forest played a plucky hard game. Though badly hurt he contin ued to play till the'coach made him go to the bench on account of his inju ries. With this spurt of brilliant play Wake Forest's showing ended. From then on Carolina kept the ball, and did pretty much as she pleased on the field. A second touchdown was made when there were only two minutes to play. Porter, Crosswell, and Belden carried the ball to Wake Forest's 20 yd ine on successive line bucks and a beautifully executed forward pass, Ruff in to Winston carried the ball be tween the goal posts. Croswell's work (Concluded on sixth page) Procession forms In front of Alumni Building at 9:45. All faculty and students to line up Next Tuesday, the twelfth of Octo ber, will be University day. On that day the students and faculty of the University will celebrate the birthday of the University here on the campus, and throughout the state hundreds of loyal alumni will celebrate the date. Here a holiday will be declared in all departments of the University. At 9:45 all the students together with the faculty will collect in front of the Alumni building. Thence a proces sion headed by the faculty and consist ing of the student body marching in their respective classes will march to Memorial Hall where the exercises are to take place. The exercises will con sist as usual of singing the University songs, the president's report, speeches from alumni and from a student repre sentative, and a speech from some prominent man. Every man here is urged to take part in the parade. Don't let your class be the least repre sented of them all. Swell its numbers all you can. Get Behind the Annual Instructed by the very recent past and inspired by the near future, the ed itors and managers of the 1910 Yacke ty Yack are determined to get out the best annual in the history of the Uni versity. The exterior will be as good as last year's and the management is determined to make the interior the most exhaustive seen in any annual in the South. Our last year's annual ranked third in the list of the ten best in America. This year we want to have one at least second best. But to do this the business managers and edi tors must have the support and co-operation of the student body. It is not only the privilege but the plain duty of every man in college to contribute something toward making the annual what it should be attractive, original representative, and exhaustive. There are various ways of helping to do this. In the first place, your en couragement is worth something and your suggestions may be practical and helpful. By drawing or by securing drawings from others you can contri bute something to the art department. There is at least one department to which even the most awkward and in experienced can contribute the humor department. To be original, amusing, and representative of the student body and college life the knocks, the drags, and the bits of humor must not be for mulated by a small group of men who are to be held responsible for this de partment: they must be the product of eight hundred men. Begin at once, hen, and acquire the habit of record ing the amusing instances and inter esting absurdities that are constantly happening on the campus. Deposit your contrioutions to the humor de partment in the drag box to be found at the Alumni building bulletin board. Think of your privilege, realize your responsibility. Give your encourage ment and support to the business man agers, assist the editors with your sug gestions and contributions get behind the movement that will make the 1910 Yackety Yack the best yet.