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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA,; CHAPEL HILL, N. CM SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 19(M)
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THK UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
CAVENEY AND COMPANY HERE
PLAY BY THE DRAMATIC CLUB
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Those seeking entertainment were
not disappointed in first of the
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The J. Frank Caveny Company gave
a good show Friday night. As a chalk
talker, clay modeller, impersonator,
and humorist, Caveny made himself
In the program of old song's, Mrs.
Caveny's low soprano delighted every
one. During the past few seasons,
Alton Packard and Ross Crane have
both appeared here in entertainments
of the same sort, but neither succeeded
belter in pleasing his audience.
The crayon work of Caveny himself
was the feature of attraction; he an
nounced himself in the beginning as a
chalk-talker and as such he made good.
He connected the impression that he
was a born artist by portraying him
self at the early age of ten months,
when he was able to draw but one
thing, liquid refreshment from his
morning bottle. His rapidly executed
transformation from one subject to
something far different attracted the
admiration of his audience. With a
few quick strokes, he changed the
cracked water pitcher of the platform
orator into a crack base-ball pitcher.
Holding the attention of the audience
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by a running fire of witticisms, he
skill fully x;aised.aJi- .xjumcJ-ut.,,IndiaiL
in full war plumes to evolute out of
the sternly lined head of Dante. He
attempted a caricature of some person
in the audience, but did not" succeed
wry well with it.
His more serious work was very
well leceived. The winter landscapes,
summer sunsets and marine scenes
were artistically done. He talked as
he chalked and with his repertoire of
new jokes and poems, he kept his hear
ers in one continuous laugh. Caveny
has a number of good ideas for his
sort of entertainment and carried them
out rapidly and well.
Mrs. Caveny's low, well modulated
soprano made her a general favorite.
Her operatic selections were chosen
well within the range ot her voice.
She pleased most however as a singer
of simple, familiar songs. A few old
Southern melodies were illustrated by
her husband as she sang them.
The clay modelling had to be cut
short because of the lack of suitable
light arrangements. .
Carolina's Glorious Record in
Out of twenty-seven debates in
which Carolina has participated during
the past thirteen years, she has wort
nineteen. Carolina has a majority out
of every series into which she has en
tered. She has encountered teams
from some of the greatest universities
in the country and has defeated them.
No institution has been too mighty to
be our foe, and no foe has been too
strong to be our victim. In athletics
Carolina teams have met with varying
success, victory coming as often a's de
feat; but in forensic contests, success
has almost always been with us. In
no phase of student activity has the
University attained the prominence
which her debating record gives her.
Reverend Neal Anderson speaks at
chapel Treasurer of Athletic
College life has a great many activi
ties: the lecture room, the campus, the
athletic field all make their demands
upon the student, and contribute to his
mental and physical development. And
we are glad to see that the University
has encouraged another phase of stu
dent life: dramatics. Two years ago
the Dramatic Club gave us a splendid
representation of the Rivals, the Eng
lish classic, l?st year the Cercle Fran
cais appeared in the greatest French
Comedy: Le Medecin Malgre Lui, this
year we are to be treated to a favorite
of the Spanish stage, the Indian. This
famous work of ; the renowned Garcia
de la Vega, was translated into Eng
lish by R. Diez de la Cortina, Sujerin
tendent of Instruction in the Republic
of Argentine, and this translation will
be used. The members of the Drama
tic Club who. presented so successfully
the Hero of the Gridiron and the mem
bers of the Cercle Francais have com
bined for the occasion and will ? give
this play this coming Thursday, 2nd
of December. . .
The rehearsals , promise an artistic
and most pleasant evening. The play
ers have worked most faithfully; the'
dramatic traditions in this college.
The scene of the play is laid in Spain
and ;t is the aim of the management
to reproduce the customs and costumes
of the country in their least details.
No pains will be spared to make the
evening a real treat to the literary au
dience. The tickets will soon be offer
ed for sale, and seats may be reserved
next Monday at Eubank's drug store.
Chapel exercises on Monday were
conducted by Rev. Neal Anderson.
His talk was interesting and beneficial.
He said that a marvelous growth had
taken place in North Carolina, and
that there was a field of unlimited op
portunities for the young men of the
State. The speaker said that he did
not come to ask us how to succeed in a
State, rich in the promise of the fu
ture, but that he came to ask us what
constituted success. And the one
thought which Mr. Anderson said he
wished to leave with us was: "No man
succeeds in life who falls below his
highest ideal. A man may make
money, may win honors but he will not
succeed unless he has the seal of God's
On Tuesday the President conducted
chapel exercises. He read the 15th
Psalm which gives, he said, an excel
lent definition of a Christian gentle
man. In his talk Dr. Venable spoke
again of the importance and magni
tude of the present crisis. Emphasiz
ing the fact that the burden of the
debt must fall upon the students. Dr.
Venable said that the crisis did not
mean the mere payment of the debt,
but that the very existence of a track
team and baseball team next spring
and even the football next fall, was at
stakei Mac. Williams, treasurer of the
Athletic Association, then made a
statement of the amount collected by
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