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deal to us and everyone concerned
knows it. ' If the team doesn't make
the mightiest effort of their lives to
win they may expect to be held accoun
table for the defeat.
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In football we have a scrub team, in
baseball we have a scrub team, in de
bate we have a scrub team, in tennis
we have only a varsity. If we are to
develop our tennis team to the highest
degree of efficiency -and that is the
only kind of team that Carolina ever
wants to send over we need a scrub
team or even several scrub teams.
Several teams in doubles might be
picked tip in college that could give
the varsity plenty of work to do. Some
teams are strong in one place, some in
another. The varsity ought to be ac
customed to play , against any kind of
game. The faculty have possibly the
strongest team outside the varsity but
they only play one kind of game. If
we should happen to play some college
team that did not play the game the
faculty does our men would be all at
sea, for a time at least. It is necessary
to have them play as many teams here
in college, as is possible.
The Davidson County Club met
Mondav night and initiated three
new men. The club now has ten
members. The following officers
were elected for the following year:
H. O. C raver, president; S. E.
Leonard, vice-president,' H. C.
Craver, secretary and treasurer.
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That V. M. I. should have beaten
Carolina is a source of keen regret to
all of us here at the University. We
expected to win the game with compa
rative ease but the cadets were unex.
pectedly strong and our team failed to
turn the trick. The result was a
great disappointement to the Universi
ty and her friends but to none so much
as to the men on the team. We can
not give any reasons for our defeat and
we shall not give any excuses. The
V. M. I. game is now a matter of his
tory. We all regret the outcome but
regret will prove powerless in the
Georgetown game next Saturday.
That game is soon to be a matter of
history also. It is up to see that Caro
Una doesn't get a cross-mark beside her
name again on the twenty-third. We
had hoped that we might ero througfh
the season without being scored on.
.That hope has just been blasted, but
to win the remainder of our games
will be an enviable record still. "How
ever we don t want to lose another
game. It's hard for a student body to
stand behind a loosing team. For the
past four days not a single instance of
"knocking" the team has come to our
notice. The students still have confi
in the team and they expect great
things of Saturday's game. One of
the men, who are best acquainted
with the football standing of the vari
ous teams of the South, was heard to
remark the other day, that he consider
ed the V. M. I. and Georgetown games
as pivotal in the success of our football
team this fall. We have already lost
one of these games. The other is to
be played on the home grounds of our
opponents. It is necessary for us to
have that e-ame and it will be well for
the team to remember that fact. ! est display of live stock; complete ex
Every ounce of energy in every man on ' hibits in agriculture, and horticulture
the team must be expected before we anu ,arm Pemenis. wore iree ai-
allow Georgetown to either beat us or tractions, than ever before. The Fair
to hold us to a score. The defeat of ths ?ear wil1 be the largest in its
last Saturday undoubtedly showed to nistor"'
the team and-to the coach some weak Jos. E. Pogtie, Sec.
points in the team's work. In this . ' n
present week those weaknesses are to U1"r,e' es
be strengthened. The game lost' '. '
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