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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA-
ly. They consist chiefly of petitions a few minutes in the first half, .were tion for mercy, we believe that most
for the condemnation of the power be- as impregnable as a line could be. of the students stand pat for the coun-
hind the lighting system, the said pe- The team played star ball and it all cil. Breaches of the honor system, such
BOARD OF EDITORS
0. W. Hyman,
titions being fine examples of brevity goes down to the credit of the Univer
and emphasis in discourse tho they sity.
may contain colloquial expressions
ro-cr f Kn tnie f ov,Qv,- I Last baturdav's game is now a
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Editor-in-Chief, and unity the unity as a rule how- tning ot the past, a matter or nistory.
The men recognize that tact ana no
J. W. Laslky Jr.
L. N. Taylor
N. S. Pmimmer
A.. H. Wolfe,
W. T. JOYNER
R. T. Webb
L. A. Brown
as the defendants were manifestly
guilty of, have become a little too fre
quent. When any one cheats on exam
ination no one wishes him to remain
in college. He has shown a disregard
for the honor system and he deserves
no mercy. When a man gets druuk,
he also is not acting in accord with
the honor system. Why should we
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0., as second class matter.
Printed by The University Press, Chapel Hill.
ers in the room and break none of them. s0 their strength will increase with
Still aftpr thp first mVii the. riarAo nn each victory, tfut we .want to win as
iua Mn-uto longer are thev thinking- of it. Next
eworai imtir mo nr,A ia,,ra iUorr, oaturdav we are to piay a came in
to g-et to bed as best they may in the Knoxville, Tenn., no practice game
dark, for one night or maybe two. toward that game now we are to Dena critkise the council for expelling such
Generally, tho, the men fail to see the a11 our energy. To that game we are a man? We elect to have a COUncil to
- Business Manaffer Pint after two trials- The first night to confine our attention. Playing a run our honor system or rather to
Assistant Business Manager one wm probably kick an tne chair e0" atj 6 w execute punishment on all offenders or
rockers and butt into all the table corn- mure slICUSlu ul'UB oiuiujr tuu the honor system, and then wedeliber-
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ately get up a petition every time a
man is expelled and try to change the
verdict of the council. If a man is
guilty it is not being merciful to let
him stay in college. To show mercy
to that one man is to be unmerciful to
eight hundred others. Expelling men
is the council's business. When you
elect a man to that council you ought
to believe that he is capable of exercis
ing- lustice. Alter you have elected a
council to handle this expelling busi
ness for you then you are out of it.
one s shins where the skin used to be
will smart for awhile. The second
night there will not be a chair or a
table to escape injury. Those skin
less places, too, don't appreciate being
reminded of their barren condition.
well as play a good game. Davidson,
no doubt, got a lot of satisfaction
from out-playing Virginia but Vir
ginia gets credit for that game. We
want to out-play Tennessee and to
win too, but if we have to take our
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Thp nrnrss of frnino- to hod owrv choice let's win that ffame. We have
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mVht in the riarV snnti Unso itsrWm never yet chosen to win unfairly and
of romance and excitement. Even
tho one feels like kicking someone the
rocking-chairs make noor substitutes.
CttttMi t T n frAMMr 1 oIaIit 4-lt e kin i
vwKailCiuWuaiaij mCuMC- d st ckinp- thp sharn rornpr nf
bail enthusiasts, who do their light heavy tables -to th f e
nractisinp- bark of trip frvmnasmm. . . .
r .0 -- ---- ' macn gets monotonous alter a season.
have given evidence ot a spirit ot reck- We do t know enot. about .
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icssness in KnocKing tne uaii auoui
we never will but what we want to do
is to win fairly regardless of who
plays the best game.
that is absolutely murderous. The
batter has some one to pitch the ball
to him and then proceeds to drive the
ball in the general direction of the
outfielders. Unfortunately there are
Unless the lord of the frozen realm
North Pole becomes tired of the Cook-
Peary squabble and comes down to put
a stop to it immediately, the students
of the University are not to suffer from
coid. - ine installation ot the new
heating plant is to be completed on or
before the fifteenth of October. October
ject to be called an authority but it
seems to us tnat we might be given
that same wink that was given last
year. A little wink like that requir
r only a second for its execution
would save manv minutes when the the hiteenth by the way, is to be a bier-
quite a lew tennis players in this gen- onlj Ught we hav -s the luridness of ger day than University Day this year,
eral field of actions tennis players, ,i On that dav wp arp tint ntil-c r orica
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many of whom possess a physique to the pleasant glow of radiator but
which could not bear up under a good, The game Saturday last with Wake also on that dav for the first timP a rp I HEAD OF
sound whack from a baseball. Conse- r orest was a most creditable affair all the academic classes to hold a si
quentiy the baseball players at times any way you look at it. It was a multaneous meeting in Chapel. The
succeed in making- certain of the credit to Coach Brides; it was a credit heat this vear wp arp nrnmie-mi
tennis courts so tull ot danger that to the men, and to the University it we sincerely hope that this
no one cares to play on them. Now was a credit. Although we always will be held sacred will not be an emp- and all that is best in education and the
the tennis players have done a great looked upon the game as a practice af- ty name but a warm reality. Last . amg 01 cnaracter. it is equipped
deal to secure themselves a place to fair, in spite of the remarks of some vear it was necessarv fnr mpn tn sit wlt.n. A pumungs, new water works, cen
play and they do not deserve any such of the Wake Forest . men concerning
THE STATE SYSTEM
promise liie University stands for thoroughness
treatment as this. It is up to the their expectations, still it is no easy to study. This year the new triple cir
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that they are not the only feature on points in twenty-five minutes on any going to make even the glacial region
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ting down nearer the class athletic play under it is hardly possible for the ever was the reading room of the libra
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jxiiu uu a. j iuuvu ao i icaui iu i uu mc ov-uic vci) uigu. vviiu i ry iasi year, oome one remarked in
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their radiators to get enough warmth Utific Laboratories, eauinned for trood
work, ihe Faculty numbers 98.
dents 800. Library of 50,000 volumes.
One librarian and four assistants. Fine
Literary Societies. There is an active Y.
M. C. A. conducted by the students.
Scholarships and loans for the needy and
can near the tennis courts. If they the exception of the forward passes the Y. M. C. A. Monday morning that
insist that they must play near the and very few end runs Carolina con- the heating plant of that building
courts, why then, they are doing noth- lined her energies entirely to line buck- would not start ahead of the Universi-
mg anyway except batting flies to ing. It is true that when those backs ty under any circumstances even if
some outneioers, it would suit the or ours nit tne line something gener- the ink froze on the pen from which
fielders better if the batsman would ally gave way but it takes time to go flows this pleasant stream. Thisstate- Thp ?f)Wll k RfflVlrMI Fill fin
toss the ball up and hit it. The ten- from one end of the field to the other ment, however, was not official and we U UUI UCII I Ul . UU.
For information, address
F. P. VENULE, President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
xiio wuioco aic iwtxAiniiLig ixii c auiu&c- vj iinc uutniug. x nc tudtu rcrnarKeu i nope tnat tne x . jvi. J A. managers
ment tor more men than the baseball m the mass meeting that he would be will not hesitate to start ahead of the
is. 1 he only thing-for the baseball satisfied with a score of 5 to 0 against Univprsitv in this mur nr dni.
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xjfi.o w io iu ljjuvc uu, xx icw nttftc ruiwi uuu. uiai a uctit was cti x lie men at tne power nouse promise
are standing in the advance path ot beat regardless ot the score. The team that they will catch up even though
tne many, isot only standing as an certainly measured up to his require- they started a little behind. May all
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ousiruciion 10 enjoyment out actually menxs tnen. we agree that wake the heating power here get together
endangering the limbs ot the unoltend- Jb orest was as well beaten as if the
ing. Mighty few men can keep their score had been 72 to 0 and we are en-
mind on a game of tennis when they tirely satisfied with results. The most No college in the South can boast
are expecting to be laid out every admirable thing about the game Sat- of such a scene as mav bp witn
minute by a lick trom a baseball. The urday is that not even yet has anyone back of the gymnasium each evening
iiu nix- ixgui. w a. jf a.uu iia u.uxs iu oclj vuai ciiajr viie mail in tuC WeCK. Jljlg" ll t teimiS COUftS
should not have to put up with such played the best game. You think, bordering one another and each court
treatment. well, this man here played what might with fnnr tp nUn. t, 4.-
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nave oeen tne best game but then from two till six. The tennis assoria-
JWBRYday.at about 12:01 A. M. here's another and y another that did tion has so manv members that th.P
mere are a large majority oi tne stu- tne same tmng. ine wnoie team courts will not accommodate thpm all
DURHAM. N. C.
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE.
GIVE US A TRIAL
soon and make things warmer, hot. The QfniA
We announce our readiness to
serve you with the best outfitting
for young men that the country
dents in the dormitories sitting or played together as one man and that and at least four new courts are im-
THE FALL STYLES ARE READY
reclining over their books in thought, one man played a star game. The perative. We hone that thPSP rm,rtJ A,i :
Those who have deeply studied the back field went throug-h the line as a will bp fnrrt; .t "a J" . ?,TV 1 d Piea-slEgT one.
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ese matter of course. However, they tell that the new courts will bP . mil Z r XT? "!Pei
thoughts have their origin in religfious us that Wake Forest had no cotton thpiP npc , n-u x
ceremonies, that in the age of sacrifice thread there to hold them, but a good the courts is reserved fnr a Wciw- Snftfid. Markham Tmlnr
and thp bpfrinninirs of nraver thpsp stout line. And thnsp "Watp Fnrptst . u..:i.i: 1 ..... ' Ul W.
r-- : new uunuiuy we unaerstanci but tmir
earnest prayers irom the very bottom linesmen meant business as was wit- or six new courts might easil b
wi iuc ucai u wcic vcijr iuulu luuuigcu i ncoacu. uj 111c iati iiiai cvciy xjuw anu DUllt toward the Cast
in. Ut course tending over a book is then one would get knocked out for
not generally considered an orthodox a while. The offensive part of our The recent action of the University
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does not effect the earnestness of the
occasion. The prayers, whereof we
now make discourse, are not for the back field. The defensive
betterment of the student race direct
Durham, N. C,
BOYS ! See "Long" Bill Jones
the opposing Council has been the center of a trrpat for Pressing and Cleaning-. Wnrt,
men ano tney DroKe up many a good deal of criticism, pro and con. While aoae sasfactorily. $1.00 per month
intention on the part of Wake Forest's some have believed that the council RePairin and Earning neatly done at'
sections of might have been more lenipnt anri c;. small extra cost. Shoo in rear nfvi.,.
Carolina's line, with thp pvrpntion nflnJfi'orl i,:. t.-u. ... mtii1di'ii
, 1 ." uenei py signing