UNIVERSITY OF NORTH"' CAROLINA, CHAPEIH1LL, N.' C, SATURDAY,"" DEC; 11, WQU
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Also an urgent appeal for more
baths in college. Student's 1
roommate needs a bath
The following- resolutions , were
adopted at a recent meeting-' of th
WHEREAS, the Wilson County
Alumni Association of the University
of North Carolina has heard of , " the
death at Chapel Hili, N. C, on .Octo-
cer lUth, iy09, ot James Cameron Mac-
Rae, late Dean of the Law 'Depart
ment of the University of North Caro-
ina. " ' ' 1 1
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV
First. , That the Wilson County Al
umni Association of the University of
North Carolina learned with profound
regret of the death of Judge f J ames
Camt-ron MacRae, a learned; and' up
right jurist, a faithful and untiring
preceptor, a true and sympathetic
friend. ,3; 5 ?h H 'Hlr 'i? "
Second.5 ' That the' State has lost an
eminent educator and public-spirited
citizen; the University, a highly valu
ed and much-beloved instructor; and
the alumni a true and loyal friend.
Third. That this Association ex
tends its sympathy to the ( bereaved
Fourth. ' That these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of this Asso
Fifth. I That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to "The Tar Heel",
"The News & Observer", and "The
Daily Times" with requests that they
. F. S. Hassell,
H. G. Connor, Jr.,
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More Chance for,4'Next to Godliness"
Physiologically speaking a
bath is more beneficial to the student
than most other things in our physical
culture paraphernalia. This is what
Dr Mangum has said and what we have
sometimes had the pleasure of knowing
but alas! the days are gone when a
man can get a decent bath in the gym.
With the increase m numbers at the
University the facilities for bathing
have gradually decreased. To supply
oyer eight hundred j students we have
only ten shower baths in our gymna
sium and only , five of these supply
warm water in these cold days. I have
lately heard several students say that
they must run down early on Saturday
for fear they will not get their weekly
bath ! Suppose they; are at the labor
atory and must go late. My own room
mate has had this experience and I am
getting tired of it. Personally I have
been deprived of a warm bath for two
weeks and had to wait a considerable
time to get a Haste of the cold water.!
- I understand that some baths have
been installed at4 the Inn and at the
Mary Ana Smith building.but then we
can't all of us go there besidesjl would
not have my dog washed at the Mary
Ann Smith. What we need is more
harhs at the e-vm. and if we can't5 get
more at least let's have the old ones
fixed so we can get more hot water. j
! - '1-;:i'J- A Student.:
ALL THE TEAMS PLAYING HARD
THIS WEEK FOR THE
Seniors lose to Juniors. Fresh
'ri'mento Law. Sophomores
The ;Jnriiors defeated the Seniors
Wednesday afternoon "in the hardest
fought 1-on test of the series: : The feat
ures' of Jthe game were' the insignifi
cance of Hyman on the senior' team
and the hard struggle in th last set.
The juniors succeeded in placing five
out of every six balls to Lasley who
played 'a very good game. In the last
set thexcore was five to two in favor
of the juniors but the seniors managed
to carry it into deuce games.
Juniors 1 6 - f, .
Seniors . " 3 - 4 -7
On Tuesday afternoon Hyman of the
senior team won from Barker one of
the sophomores. The sets were close
but neither men played brilliantly.
Hyman 6-3 - h
Barker 2 - 6 - 3
Thursday afternoon the law and the
freshman tennis teams spent very little
time in coming to' the conclusion that
the lawyers were too strong fot their
adversaries. The doubles went to the
law team with all ease. . j
Score: . . : ; ;
Law : 6 - 6 - 6
Freshmen 1- 2 - 2 !
InsTngles Battle of the lawyers
easily woti over Fry.
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Activity of Zoology Department
In the last volume of the Ergednisse
der Anatomie und Entwickelungsges
chichte (Wiesbaden, 1909) Hans Dri
esch of Heidelberg in his report on
he progress of Physiological Embry
ology reviews Prof. II. V. Wilson's pa
per "On Some Phenomena of Coales-
:ence and Regeneration in S)onges'"
(Journal of Experimental , Zoology j
1907)7 In the same volume Prof. Bar-
urth of Rostock in his report on Re
generation and Involution reviews the
above mentioned paper as well as an
other by H. V.Wilson (A New Meth
od by which Sponges may be artificial-
y reared. Science, 1907). Both of
these papers have already been abstrac
ted or reviewed in Archiv furEntwick-
elungamechanik (Leipzig), Zoologis-
ches Centralblatt (Leipzig), Journal of
the Royal Microscopical Society (Lon
Several of the recently completed
treatises on Zoology have incorporated
results published by Prof. Wilson in
various papers on the development of
corals, medusae, fishes, and amphibia.
Among these are A Treatise ' on
Zoology" by Lankester (London),
'Traite de Zoologie Concrete" by De-
age and Herouard (Paris), "Text-
bookof Comparative Embryology of
the Lower Vertebrates" (Jena), and
the monumental Handbook of Verte
brate Embryology edited by llertwig
(Jena). 5 1
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