UNIVERSITY' OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C. , WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21, 1901)
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Carolina represented by E. McK
Highsmith and E. E. Barnetr,
Pennsylvania by Messrs.
' Hoover and Koschwitz
The University of ;Norlh Carolina
represented by E. M. Highsmith and
tU. lu. tJarnett, won unanimously from
the University of Pennsylvania in
Gerrard Hall last Friday night.
In a series of three debates with Penn
sylvania the score stood Pennsylvania
one, Carolina one. In all the long
course of her debating career Carolina
had never lost a series. Neither
member of the Carolina team had been
members of a debating- team here
before. Every one at the University
was unusually interested in the out
come of this critical debate. y f
The chair of the presiding officer
was occupied by Mr. T. Wingate
Andrews, formerly a Carolina reprsent
ative in debate, at present superintend
ent of public instruction in the county
of Oranjre. Mr, H. E, Stacy: one of
Carolina's representatives ay-ainst
Tulane last year, was secretary of the
debate. The judges ' were Messrs
William K Boyd, of Trinity College,
Judge D red Peacock, of High Point,
and Rev. Melton Clark of Greensboro
The representatives ot the University
of Pennsylvania were Messrs. CarlH.
Hoover, Frederick H. Koschwitz, and
W. Lewis Abbott, alternate. Caro
lina! was represented by Messers. E.
M. Highsmith ard E. E. Barnett.
President Andrews opened the
debate promptly at 8:00 and Mr
Hoover of Pennsylvania was called as
the first speaker for the affirmative.
In a word Mr. Hoover's remarks were:
Mr. Hoover announced tnat the ar
gument of the affirmative would cen
ter around two main propositions-
first, that the Federal government is
now in urgent need of money, second,
the best way ot meeting this need is
by a Federal Inheritance Tax; the
corollary was that the inheritance tax
is by nature u Federal and not a state
tax. The gentlemen from Penusyl-
. . A 1 . . At. '
van i a stated mat mere were inree
ways of meeting this financial need of
the Federal Government, by increas
ing the Protective Tariff, by imposing
an Income Tax, or by placing a tax
upon inheritances. He then attempt
ed to show that the first two methods
were not possible, while the third, the
Income Tax, was practicable and had
the following advantages peculiar to
itself to recommend it, fiast.'the ease
with which it could be collected, : sec
ond, the lightness of the burden : it
would impose, and third, its natural
fitness for Federal purposes because of
the uninformity of the revenue deriv
able from it.
After Mr. Hoover had done Mr.
Highsmith for Carolina was called.
The following is a, brief summary of
the forceful speech which he delivered.'
We admit the inheritance tax in
theory and in practice. The issue is:
what is its true place in our system of
taxation? Now, since principle and
law are fundamental in life, we must
consider the question on the basis of
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BANQUETS FOR N. C. TEAMS
FOOTBALL TEAM AT UNIVER
SITY INN, DEBATERS IN Y. M.
' C. A. READING ROOM
E. A. Thompson to captain next
year's team. Eloquence of de
debaters did not stop with
contest in Chapel
In the past few days Carolina has
banqueted two of her winning teams,
one in the realm of athletics, the other
in the! realm of debate.
The football team has gone thru a
very successful season and the ban
quet they held was highly appropriate.
The debating team has just won an
other series for Carolina in a field in
which she stands preeminent. Both
teams have done much to add to the
glory of Carolina and to increase their
y Football Banquet -
Monday night the football team of
1909 met for the last time as such.
The occasion was the annual banquet
which crowns each season with the
rose-wreaths : of conviviality. The
place was University Inn whose walls
have heard more wit than any man can
Altho the banquet was a most infor
mal affa'r the speeches of the occasion
must have been well prepared. E. A.
Thompson acted as toastmpster and he
it was who started the flow of elo
quence symposia!. Speakers from the
faculty were Drs. D. H. Dolly and R.
B. Lawson. From the words of either
no man could have told whether they
were the coaches of the team or not.
Each of them seemed to know each
strength and weakness of the team be
fore him and each showed himself a
man who had the interests of the foot
ball team at heart as much as it is giv
en to any man to have it.
Other speakers were Coach A. E.
Brides and ex-Capt.. C. C. Garrett.
Coach Brides spoke at length in praise
of the team but his breath gave out
before he could finish his praise. "Ich-
abod"spoke a few words about the past
season that was so unfortunately end
ed and about the next season that seems
so fair in its promise.
Before the close of the banquet the
captain of the team for next year was
chosen. The man who has held one
portion of our line impregnable this
year and who has played the part of
field captain so well when called on in
an emergency was chosen to pilot the
team -of 1910. Earl " A. Thompson,
Big Tommy," played first on Caroli
na's eleven in 1907, in 1908 he played
star ball; and this season his record
has been such that he is at least a most
promising candidate for the All-Southern
football eleven. Under his able
eadership Carolina looks forward to
another successful football season next
After making merry until the wee
small hours of the night the occasion
was brought to a close by a succession
of yells led by Hon. Louis DeK. Bel-den.
Banquet to Debaters
Friday night immediately after the
debate a banquet was had in the read
ing room of the Y. M. C. A. in honor
of the debating teams. The members
of both teams, the officials of the de-
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