UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. CHAPEL HILL, N. C, SATURDAY, JAN. 29, 1910
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
POLAND AND ITALIAN BOYS CAPTAIN "RED" HUSTLING PROFESSOR LATTA TO LEAVE JUNIOR PROM EASTER WEEK
STAR COURSE MONDAY NIGHT
A NIGHT IN VENICE"
Led by Elbert Foland, the versatile
American entertainer, the Italian Boys
are again touring the South, and will
appear here on Monday, January 31,
in a concert that promises a musical
and literary treat. - ;
Mr. Foland's strong- dramatic work
and his skill as a character delineator
have made him very popular on thely
ceum and chautauqua circuits and the
combination of his ability in this di
rection with the musical genius of the
Italian Boys has resulted in one of the
premier attractions of the season.
The program 'will include several
special features in addition to the usu
al instrumental solos, duets, and con
certed numbers. Mr. EVlaud's part in
the performance will be that of imper
sonator and reader and it will be found
that he has lost none, of his charm and
magnetism. The evening will close
with the production of a musical and
literary fantasy "A Night in Venice."
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SEVEN OF LAST YEAR'S SLUG
Since now we are free from the
trammels of exams., it behooves us to
look about us and see what material
we have for the building-of a baseball
team. Work, good, hard work, and a
lot of it should be the dominaut idea of
the candidates from ; now until Caroli
na lines u pa team in 1910 that will bow
the knee to none. , With this idea in
mind Captain Stuart has a small band
of chosen few in practice now before
the call for candidates is issued, Coach
Lawson has been constantly keeping
the pitchers in training- by regular
gym exercise. Things are moving off
nicely. - In a few days the baseball
diamond will alive bewith determined
work and enthusiastic energy.
Seven of our last year's varsity will
again be candidates for their former
positions; Capt. Stewart, pitcher;
Hamilton, first .base; Duncan, second
base; Armstrong, third base; Hackney,
center field; Hedgepeth, pitcher. So
we have back with us the cream of our
last year's team. : A good foundation
upon which to build a better sponger
team. .- , ., .. -.
Of the scrubs, who battle: Valiantly
that the varsity may shine, nine are
backand will again enter the field:
John Tillet, third; John Battle, short;
E. C. McLean, first; E. C. McLean,
first; Tom Rose, center; Stevens.right;
Nixon, second ; Witherington, catch ;
Dnls and Nause, pitchers. A good
crowd of scrubs means good building
material for varsity. This bunch,
with others who will join them, will
do much toward making ours a win
The brilliant reputation of some of
the new men lead us t believe that
they will give the old timers a hot
fight in the struggle for 'varsity.
Among them are: the far famed"Bud"
Uearn;Bivens who was Trinity's main
stay in the outfield during a former
season; Poole and Swink, one of whom
will probably be 'varsity catcher unless
Witherington of last years scrubs
shows his superiority; Buie, who
caught for Davidson last year; and
''Fleet" Williams of football fame.
At present nothing definite cart be
given out as to the schedule. Manager
Drane has not completed it. nor ap
proved what he has secured. He prom
ised to put out his schedule next week.
It will probably appear in Tuesday's
All students, who know Dr. Law
son's reputation as a ball player !or
know him personally as a gentleman
are delighted that he is to coach their
baseball team. They mean to stand
behind him and the team, and work
for the best-results for 1910.
PARKER H. DAGGETT TO BE HIS
Professor James Edward .Latta,
whp before-Christmas tendered his
resignation as Professor of Electrical
Engineering, will leave in a few days
for New York where he will engage in
It is with great regret that the Uni
versity, loses-.. Prof. Latta. Having
graduated in the class of '99, he has
with a recess of two years, held a most
important , position in the department
of Physics. . He took his A. M. at
Harvard, and later did some advanced
work in Electrical . Engineering at
Harvard., Being for some years In
structor in Physics here, he afterwards
became Professor of Electrical Engi
neering. . . Besides rendering , valuable
instruction to ; his students, Prof.
Latta has. done much towards build
ing up the Electrical Engineering de
partment from its beginning. He also
was ChiefElectrician in the installation
'-ecent improvements here in our col
lege plant, While, there will be great
regret among the, students as well as
jthe faculty that the University will
lose one of her best men in the Depart
ment of Applied Sciences, yet we feel
sure that the Commercial Engineering
world holds much in store for Prof.
Latta, and the Tak Heel wishos him
every success in his new field of , work.
Upon the resignation of Prof. Latta,
Prof. Daggett, of Nepouset, Mass. .
was chosen as his successor. Prof.
j Daggett is a Harvard '07 man, who
during the years '07-'09 after his grad
uation was Assistant in the Engineer
ing Department at Harvard. For
the last six months he has been with
the American Telephone and Tele
graph Co. in New York City. Prof.
Datrgett.was most highly recommend
ed by Prof. Adams, who, for many
yeais has been in the Engineering
Department at Harvard, and who was
instructor of our own Dr. Patterson
here. Prof, and Mrs. Daggett for the
present have rooms at Mrs. Klutz.
AH the Bible study groups .will,
hold their first meeting tomorrow at
12:30. All the old members are re
quested to be present. New mem
bers are cordially welcome'. -Two
courses will be offered this spring,
the Life of Christ and Life of Paul.
Those wishing' to be assigned to"
groups see the jresident,; Chairman
of the .Bible Study . department, or
the General Secretary .of the M.
Glee Club Has Coach
AVith Professor W. H. Overton of
the Durham Conservatory of Music as
director and the prospect of two good
trips, the Musical Association is look
ing for a successful season this spring.
Messrs. R. S. McNeil, President and J.
G. Beard, Business Manager, report
that the new men are coming out bet
ter than ever. The old men, McNeil,
Wildman, Stroup, and Larkin of the
Glee Club and Wyatt, Ray, Thomasj
and EUis of, the Orchestra furnish the
nucleus for a strong association. Pro
fessor Overton will be here three days
each week. Under his direction, the
Orchestra will rehearse in the afternoon
and the Glee Club at night. The real
practice will begin next week. The
hard work that the men will put in be
tween now and Easter week will no
doubt result in a good concert as a
part of the Junior Prom festivities.
Directly after Easter the association
will make an Eastern trip which is to
include Wilson, Goldsboro, and two or
three other.towns in the same section.
Later in April they will give concerts
in Greensboro' Winston-Salem, and
COMMITTEE HAS EXCELLENT
Although the program for the festiv
ities has not been definitely, arranged,
it is certain that the Junior Prom will
come the week after Easter. The
week will include mere opportunities
for enjoyment this spring than ever
before. The committee on arrange
ments, of which D. B. Teague is
chairman, is t trying to get two days
holiday for the Thursday and Friday
following Easter, instead of the usual
Easter Monday. This matter will
have to be decided by the Executive
Committee of the faculty at its meeting
next week. The program as it stands
now is: Senior reception, a perform
ance by Dramatic Club, two Lafayette
baseball games. Glee. Club concert,
Senior stunt,. Track meet, fraternity
hop, and Junior Prom. With the re
turn of the President from Baltimore,
the plans will be definitely finished.
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