North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. 18
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILLN. G , SATURDAY; DEC. 18, 1009 :
NO. 21
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OB' NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC: ASSOCIATION
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BRILLIANT CLASS TENNIS
WEEK FULL OF GOOD EXHIBI
TIONS OF TENNIS ON COURTS
BACK OF GYMNASIUM.
Seniors and Juniors fatten their
scores on the Lawyers and
Sophomores and on '1
each other.
Altho the tennis series has not been
brought to a close the Junior pros
pects seem at present the brighest.
They only have the Lawyers to play
in singles. If the Juniors win either
match they get the championship.
V.he Seniors have next best chance,
The Lawyers are out of it. The
Freshmen and Sophomores have never
had a chance.
In the singles between the Juniors
and Seniors the Juniors chose to play
Bailey against Lasley, Wyatt against
flyman. In the singles between the
former the score was close and the
fight hard till the last. Lasley won
the first set. Bailey won the second
set. In the third set Lasley had the
advantage, five games to one. Bailey
pulled out of the hole however and
won after the games bad gone to
deuce several tim.es.
Score:
Lasley 6-3-7
Bailey 2-6-9
On Tuesday afternoon Hyman play
ed Wyatt on a very slippery court,
Both playors fought hard but the sets
went to Hyman after a hatd struggle
at the beginning of each. , ,
"Score:
Hvman 8-6-6
Wyatt 6 - 2 - 1
Also on Tuesday afternoou the
Seniors won easily from the Freshmen.
For the first two sets the Seniors
played an excellent game but becom
ing over-confident in the last set they
slackened very perceptibly. If there
were any features they were the ser
ving of Hyman and Shamburger.
Score:
Seniors 6-6-6
Freshmen 3-0-4
Also on Tuesday afternoon Hyman
played Fry in singles. The sets were
about as one-sided as possible. Fry
was unable to pass Hyman at the net
and also unable to hold his position at
the net. The result was no games
for Fry.
Score:
Hyman 6-6
Fry 0 - 0
On Wednesday afternoon .the Senior
and Law teams fought out their
doubles on the courts behind the gym
nasium. The Seniors started out
with a rush. Took the first set. Had
the score five to one in their favor in
the second set. Then slumped re
markably, losing the set. The third
and fourth sets were stubbornly fought
but went to 1910. The lawyers play
ed steadily all the way thru. The
Seinors played brilliantly at times but
slumps were frequent.
Score:
Seniors 6-5-6-6
Law 3-7-4-3
On Thursday afternoon the Juniors
won from the Lawyers. The Laws
took the first set but were unable to
win another. The Juniors won by
continual lobbing and good playing at
the net.
The score: ,
Juniors 3 - 6 - 6 - 6
Law 6-2-2-4
THE NOVEMBER MAGAZINE
EDITOR NASH AND HIS ASSIS
TANTS BRING OUT EXCEL
LENT EDITION,
Altho belated the Magazine con
tains many good articles
, that reconcile one to
. the delay.
, M. C. ; Noble has . in the Nov
ember issue, of The University
Magazine r an article entitled "Why -a;
Young Man Should Choose Teaching
as a Profession in North Carolina..!.
Prof. Noble discussed; this subject
from the standpoint of a young man
who still has the choice of a profes
sion under : consideration. Three
questions are asked: (1) Is there a
need for men in this profession? (2)
Is there a living in it for me?, (3)
Does it give honor and 'an opportunity
for tublic service? These questions
are answered in ; order: , (1) North
Carolina s public High School system
has improved more than that of any
other state in tne American union in
the past five years, and a need is pre
sent for competent men. (2) With the
increased demand there is an increas
ed inducement. The people realize the
responsibility of the profession. (3)
Prof. Nobfe told of Alderman, Mclver
and Joyner, and their work, and their
accomplishment. .
In this issue of the .Magazine is a
disquisition by W. -P. Stacy- on the
"Constitution of the United States the
Supreme Law At the outset is sta
ted that the adoption of the constitu
tion of the Unitod States marks the
beginning of an epoch in the evolution
of organic law.
A sketch of the life of Judge James
Cameron MacRae, by F. P. Graham, is
contained in this number. Empha
sized here are the characteristics of a
man who served faithfully his State
at all times of need, and who loved,
and was loved by his fellow men.
"A Moral Leper" is credited to t4'07"
The story tells of a young man who
became involved with poker, with a
deacon, with a preacher, with a
woman, and with a church.
Two poems by S. H. Lyle, Jr. are
in the magazine this month. The
poems are "Aftermath" and "A Song
of Autumn."
"Billy Brint's Vaction Episodes,"
copied in the Exchange department
from the Randolph-Macon Monthly
are full of amusement.
Reprints from Dr. Coker
Reprints from the following papers
have just been received by Dr. Coker.
All of them have been published in
various scientific journals as follows:
Leplolegnia from North Carolina"
describing a water mold never before
found except in northern Germany;
"Some Rare Abnormalties in Liver
wort's" giving account of oddities
found in the labratory at Chapel Hill;
"Lycopodium Adpressum Forma
Polyclavatum from South Carolina"
a rare plant discovered by Dr. Coker in
South Carolina; "Liverwort Types for
Elementary Classes," a suggestion for
making laboratory work on liverworts
easier for students; "A double-flower
ed Sarracenia" a rare variety noted by
Dr. Coker; aud "Additions to the
Flora of the Carolinas" a list of plants
found in North and South Carolina
that were unknown in these localities.
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