UNIVERSITY JF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1909
OFF xCIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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Is your headquarters for Books, Sta
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'The Old Reliable Adam" is still at
the old stand, ready to serve you as
usual. Everything- for the student,
from a shoe string to a dress suit.
Anything not in stock will be ordered
promptly, Books at cash. Bargains in
college stationery, pennants and sou
venirs. Up-to-date Hats, . Shoes and
Furnishings. Be sure to trade with
the "Old Reliable" and save money.
The University Book Store, next to
Bank of Chapel Hill.
Respectfully, ' .
A. A. KLl'TTZ.
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Heaters, Hardware of all kinds and everything that i
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Constitution of the Athletic Associ
ation which gives this power
to Its members. ..
. The following,, constitution was
adopted by the Athletic Association of
the-University in the fall of 1907.
Since then the only important amend
ment has been to empower the N. C.
Club to award sweaters instead of; the
committee on the appointment of
sweaters. ; ' 1 ' ''
Article 1. Name' and Object
Sec l.This organization shall be known
as the Athletic Association of the Uni
versity of North Carolina. Section 2.
Its object shall be the efficient man
agement of the University's Athletics
and the" fostering of high ideals among
Article 2 Membership.
Sec. 1. Any student or member of
the Faculty of the University may be
come a member of the Association:
Provided, he applies for membership
on or before November 1st of each col
legiate yean Provided that students
entering in the spring term may apply
for membership on or beforeMarch 1st.
Article 3 Fees.
Sec. 1. Each member of the Associ
ation shall be required to pay an an
nual fee of one dollar. j? ; f
Sec. 2. The annual fee shall be paid
on or before November 1st; and if not
paid then1 shall be doubled by the
treasurer; and if said fee be not paid
by December 1st, the delinquent mem"
bers shall be disfranchised for the re"
mainder of the collegiate year: Pro
vided, that those men who join in the
spring term shall be allowed until
March 1st to pay their fees; but if said
fees be not paid by March 1st they
shall be doubled; and if they be not
paid by April lsts, the delinquent
members shall be disfranchised for the
remainder of the collegiate year. ; ,
Article 4 Government, i
Sec. 1. The government of the asso
ciation shall be vested in its members.
All officers of the association shall be
elected by a direct vote of its members.
And the final appeal in all questions
shall be made to the association law
fully association. , ;
Sec. 2. The president of the associa
tion shall call meetings, when necessa
ry, to present matters of business to
the association It shall also bei his
duty to call a meeting on the written
request of ten members. But no meet
ings shall be deemed lawfully called
unless it be advertised in three public
places at least twelve hours in advance.
Sec. 3. One third of all the members
who are entitled to vole '-shall consti
tute a quorum for the transaction of
business in a meeting which has been
lawfully labeled. ; .
Sec. 4. In all elections for officers of
the association, the voting. shall be by
roll call. - But the method of voting on
all other questions shall be left to it he
discretion of ;the president, unless 'a
motion be made to vote by roll call;
and if ten men vote in favor of said
motion the roll shall be called. j j
i Sec. 5. U Elections, :rr.h el ejection
for, the manager and sub-managers ; of
the football team shall be held on the
(Continued on page four.) ;
DRS. MacNIDER AND MANGUM
SPEAK TO STUDENTS j
ODELL HARDWARE CO
General hardware and mill
. supplies, guns and ammuni
tion, pipe, valves, fittings,
lime and cement, hardwood
mantels, grates and tiles.
Practical talks on the subjects of
prevention of disease and j
of personal hygiene. j
it the Chanel ' exercises continue!
along the same line "they have gone
this week for the rest of the year chap
el attendance will soon Come to be
, - x - '-
looked upon as a privilege and not as M- W.,Stebnk; - - - - I'koprirtor..
an unpleasant necessity. The talks' GREENSBORO, N. C.
that .have been made in ' the course of The Pasfc Three Yeftra the Most Successful
this past week have been' instructive I ' in Its History.
and also pleasant to listen to. ) ! , ' '.". '. " : , .
On Monday Dr. McNider spoke on 1 JJaVe W . LeVV,
Greensboro, North Carolina
the prevention of infectious diseases.
His remarks might be summed ' up in
the following sentences. . .. MPor j two
reasons we ought to" know a few fun
damental facts in regard to infectious
? i he l ail or,
DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA
A. 0. Fickard & L. DeK. Belden,
College Agents. ' ,
diseases: we wish to 'avoid such dis
eases ourselves and weVyrant to be able
to help the communities in which' we I
live,' do likewise. There are three in-1
fectious' diseases with ' winch .we iiave j
mainly to deal, about here; The 'first j
is tuberculosis, especially of the lungs.
It is estimated that a person who has
consumption expels' from his . .lungs 5
billion germs in twenty-four hours. j ' :'
This is one way in -which the disease j
is aken.;i One person is; infected by
the germs from, another: Other s ways' HKAD
of taking the disease are "eating under-
done meat and drinking infected milk. ' '
There'sxe' easy. methods for thelpre- ' ' " , "
vention of all these dangers. : t
, m. l T. and all that is best in education and the
The second disease with which we ulding ()f character. ; It is equipped
are bothered especially is typhoid fever: with 16 buildings, new water works, cen
This is caused by the growth of bac- j tral heating, electric lights. Eleven Sci
teria in the'ihtestines; These bacteria - entitle Laboratories, equipped tor good
ot -ua a.io w!work. The Faculty; numbers 98. btu-
get out.ni the waste products of the ;dentg g()0 Librai.; of 60,000 volumes,
body aud by different means g-etf into; Qne Iibrarian and four a8Sistant8, Fine
food and water used by others.. , Also Literary Societies. There is an active Y.
flies convey - the germs directly from M. C. A. conducted by the students,
an infected person to a well one. The 'Scholarships and loans for the needy and
spread of typhoid may be stoppedwith .JV' ,. n
THE STATE SYSTEM
EDUCATION. , ,
the proper care. ; , : i
Malaria is the third disease we hiust t
combat in the South. This disease is
caused by a very low animal organism j
whose chief habitat is in the ,blood. i
The disease is translated in only, one
way and that is by mosquitoes.Furher-1
more only by the female of one certain
species of mosquito. The only thing
necessary then is' to kill out this mos
nnifn: This mav be done bv deorivine-
t ' . J J t. a Q r
them of breeding places." ' 1 1
On Tuesday morning Dr. Mangum
spoke on the proper care of the body.
He said that there are two things pri-f4 "
marily necessary for this: first, per
sonal cleanliness' and second, proper
clothing. ., I
In regard to the first Dr. Mangum
said: ''Most of you here take plenty r
of baths but there are some of you who
were brought up by old-fashioned folks 1
who did not believe in much, washing. J
There are few people who really take j .
baths enough. To see the importance
n f r1piitr of hathinir 1pt us r.ormidir a I
' v j : : ' -
few important facts. There are
enough poisons created in the body of
a man daily to kill him almost instant
ly if they were not removed.-, There j
are inrcc wp ui icmuvnig iicc pui
sons. The skin is one of these.'':-; The'
importance of the skiu in this respect
is seen when we realize that - if one
third of our skin becomes inactive we
die. Also if we allow the pores of our
skin to become clogged up boils result.
';' (Continued on page two.)
F. P. VENABLE, President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
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