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VOL. 18
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N C, SATURDAY, NOV; 20, lfMJ!
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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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ACTIVITIES OF DULL MONTH
Y. M C. A. LYCEUM TO GIVE
FIRST NUMBER TUESDAY NIGHT
Class tennis tournaments fast
turning outclass tennisteam J
Fast se7lesp7oniised
Thanksgiving week will not be so
dull after all. The Y, M. C. A. Ly
ceum Committee has secured Caveny
and Co. as its first attraction lor the
year, and the' will perform here Tues
day night November 23. This enter
tainment promises to be equal to that
given by Packard three years ago.
Caveny and Company were in Char
lotte last year and will appear there
again tonight. This we think is suf
ficient endorsement. In speaking of
them The Observer states: "They were
one of the best attractions given here
last year, and the people of Charlotte
welcome them back again." Mr. Cav
eny has appeared on the lyceum plat
form for twelve successive years, 4 and
comes to us highly recommended.
He is a cartoonist, clay-modeler and
an impersonator. "His caricatures
were fine. His winter scene landscape
was generously applauded.. His hu
morous sketches, and magical trans
formations captured the audience."
He is assisted in the program by his
wife. "Mrs Caveny has an expressive
soprano voice of range and beautyj
and is a pianist of rare accomplishment.
Some of her songs are illustrated by
Mr. Caveny's rapid and skillful hand."
Tickets are on sale at Eubank's
Drug Store. The entertainment will
begin at 8:00 o'clock.
Glass Tennis Team
The tournament to determine who
shall represent each class as its tennis
teams are now in full blast; 5 It is to
be remembered that the class teams
develop the men who make the var
sity. For the past two years there
have been three men to make the var
sity and each of these had played on a
championship class team- j It is no
mean honor to-be one of a champion
ship team for such a team is next to
the varsity in the scale of university
tennis.
Five men have entered the senior
class tournament: J. W. Lasley, D. B.
Teague, O. W. Hyman, E. F. Roderi
guez, R. C. Dellinger and W. A. Dar
den. Of these Hyinan and Lasley
seem the most promising candidates at
present. Both have been members of
their class teams before.
In theJunior tournament there are
the following men: A. B. Rhodes,, J
B. Colvard, K. B. Bailey, M. B. Wyatt,
L. B Whitaker, W. B. Ellis, R. T.
Webb, J. M. Battle and R. ti. Stock
ton. Just now it seems that Bailey
and Wyatt or Whitaker have the best
chance to make the team. Of- these
Bailey was on his class team last year.
For the Sophomore tournament the
following men have entered: J. C.
Lockhart, F. P. Barker, J. C. Lanier
Jack Hobgood, C. S. Cooke, and Hi
Grimsley. Hobgood and Barker seem
the most promising candidates.
Neither has ever represented his class
before.
The law class has not arranged for
any regular schedule but it is under
stood that they will put out a team.
If they do K. B. Battle and C. W.
VARIED TOPICS AT CHAPEL
CUP FOR JOURNALISTIC CON
TEST INTRODUCED TO STUDENTS
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Athletic Association and Thanks
giving football game come up for;
serious consideration j
The devotional exercises this week
have been conducted by Mr. Royal i
Short talks have been made each day
by the President, while on Monday
Prof, E. K. Graham also spoke for a
few minutes. 0
On Monday Dr. Venable spoke of
the death of Archer Christian, Vir
ginia's left half back. The Presi
dent's impressive words but- expressed
the keen sorrow of the students at the
unfortunate accident. Dr, Venable
said that the death of Bryne, of West
Point, and the injury of so many other
players caused a serious pause. "I do
not know what the result will be, nor
is this the place to say," said the Pres
ident, "but something must and will
be done."
Professor Graham then spoke, con
gratulating the tennis team on its
successful invasion of Virgina. Prof.
Graham showed us the Benj. Smith
Preston memorial cup, offered each
year by Mr. E. R. Preston, of Char
lotte, to the undergraduate student
who attained the highest rank in jour
nalistic, work; Stipulations for the
contest will be given later.
On Tuesday morning Dr. Venable
spoke for a few minutes on the signi
ficance of the word "gentleman.'
The President said that in the first
place that a man was not a gentleman
because of birth, wealth, or good
clothes. The title must rest on some
thing higher. It must rest first
on respect for self, a gentleman must
keep his word of honor. Still another
part is courtesy; a gentleman has a high
sense of the rights of others. Dr.
Venable said courtesy towards woman
was a cardinal principle of a Southern
gentleman. How-humiliating, then
has been the conduct of certain stu
dents recently in Chapel and on the
campus. . Such. conduct does not , be
come gentlemen, and it will work ir
reparable injury to Carolina.
On Wednesday Dr. Venable explain
ed the problem which confronts the
Athletic Association and the Faculty
Committee on Athletics. Dr. Venable
said that the first difficulty was in
finding a city in which the Thanks
giving game could be played. Rich
mond and Washington being eliminat
ed for obvious reasons, the choice is
very limited. A second difficulty lies
in finding a suitable team to play.
The only college now left with which
Carolina could get a game, are Le
high and Washington and Lee. The
President saiu that the matter would
be decided Wednesday afternoon at a
meeting of the committee from the
committe from the Athletic Associa
tion and faculty.
Dr. Venable announced on Thursday
morning that no game could be secured
to take the place of the Virginia game,
(Concluded on fourth page)
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A. C. Pickard & L. DeK. Belden,
College -Agents.
The University
OF
North Carolina.
,..1789..',
HEAD OF THE STATE SYSTEM OF
EDUCATION. i v
...1909...
The University stands for thoroughness
and all that is best in education and the
moulding of character, It is equipped
with 16 buildings, new water works, cen
tral heating, electric lights. Eleven Sci
entific Laboratories, equipped for good
work. The Faculty numbers 98. Stu
dents 800v Library of 50,000 volumes.
One librarian and four assistants. Fine
Literary Societies. Th eye is an active Y.
M. C. A. conducted : by the students.
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