UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL IIILL.N. C, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23, 1910
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
COUNTY CLUB BANQUETS
NEW HANOVER BOYS ENJOY A
Prof. M. C. S. Noble and Dr. Ham
ilton the guests of' honor and L.
D. Belden toastmaster
The New Hanover County Club held
its annual banquet Tuesday night in
Marse Jesse's newly erected dining
parlor, the occassion of the spread be
intr the somewhat belated celebration
of the anniversary of the arrival of
TTintnn James, m Chanel Hill. This
native of New Hanover County, the
first student ever to enter the-University
reached Chapel Hill on February
12, 1795, but for various reasons the
members of his county club could not
banquet on this day of the month this
year. Last year and two years ago
Professor M. C. S. Noble entertained
the New Hanover bos s at this time.
This year the club members gave a
banquet at which Professor Noble and
Dr. J. G. deR. Hamilton were the
guests of honor and principal speakers.
Messrs. George Meares, Earl CrosweU,
Spencer Van B. Nichols, and Fred
Dulls made short speeches. Honor
able Louis De K. Belden acted as
toastmaster and the few words with
which he introduced each speaker
wee chosen with a niceness that be
spoke him the prince of toastmasters.
The affair was delightfully informal
and was thoroughly enjoyed by every
New Hanoverian in Chapel Hill.
THE FEBRUARY SERMON
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Excellent address on "The Bases
of Power" delivered to most
The university sermon tor Febuary
was delivered Sunday "night in Gerrard
Hall by Rev. II. II. Hultou of Char
lotte. Altho the weather was most
uninviting there was a large audience
participating in the service. Mr. Hul
ton preached a powerful sermon on the
subject "The Bases of Power." He
was himself intensely in earnest and
the congregation was most attentive
to his sermon. The euthusiasm of the
congregation found vent in a most re
markably good song service.
A brief outline of the sermon is as
follows: "The story which furnishes
the theme for our words tonight is the
story of the choice of David to be the
king of Israel as it is told in the old
Testament. Out of the eiyht sons of
Jesse, David the youngest was chosen,
a stripling, to be tne king ot Israel.
Why was David chosen? Because he
whs true to the noblest impulses with
in him. He was a kingly man all
around. The three bases of power in
man are, morality, a clean heart, .in
tellectuality, a sound mind, and physi
cal strength. These three are men
tioned in the proper order of import
ance. On these must be reared the
superstructure of manly achievement.
Speaking first of the least important
of the three, there can be no doubt
that David's excellent physique was of
wonderful benefit to him in his success.
Brains seldom achieve success unless
supported by a sound body. We are
coining- to recognize more and more
that it is necessary to have a strong
body to be the most efficient in any
line of life. Why shall not the soul
be ambitious to dwell in a beautiful
body, at once its workshop and its tem
ple. In mental ability was David strong
est, A strong mind gave bent to his
physical power. Then as today to
have a good mind meant to have great
power, and ignorance was the first con
fession of weakness. We speak much
today of our culture. We have the
semblance of it but not the substance.
There is no excuse for this. We have
access to the great library of English
literature. I don't mean the pop
ular modern novelette. These books
are drunk and drunkards they make of
those who read them. Culture is at
hand however. All we have to do is
reach forth and take it. ;
The last, the most important basis
of power is the sound heart. A sound
body is necessary, a sound mind is es
sential but a sound heart is absolutely
indispensable in leading a kingly life.
Above all things keep your heart clean.
Without a si.und heart a clean body
leads only the life of a brute. With
out a clean heart a brilliant mind turns
only to trickery, graft, and shystering.
Butjiow to get this clean heart? You
must be born again. Good can never
come out of the heart of man, which
is naturally bad, until it be born again.
A new heart made David a master man.
A new heart made Saul of Tarsus
Saint Paul, and John Bunyan, the
able Gvusv, the author of the
FOOTBALL PROSPECTS VAGUE
SEVERAL; GAMES PENDING DE
CISION ON NEW RULES
Coach Brides may be secured again
No Tennessee game, perhaps
none with Georgetown
Foot-ball coach, foot-ball schedule
are matters about which absolutely
nothing can be ascertained. A motion
is pending" before the. State Legisla
ture of Virginia which purposes to
make a mitch game of foot-ball a mis
demeanor.; Nobody knows What wil
be the result of the final session of the
Inter-collegiate rules committee on
March 25; Everything is unsettled;
nothing is really known.
The finance committee of the Uni
versity Athletic Association of which
Professor E. K. Graham is chairman
has the job of selecting a coach. They
want-Arthur E. Brides who gave such
areneral satisfaction last fall, but
until something definite can be found
out about what erames we will be
played, "they will not sign the $1,500
contract which is necessary to make
sure of Coach Brides. Coach Brides is
still at Ra1eigh in the Medical School
and he has promised, before making
any other arrangements for next sea
son, to give the committee ample no
There is very little probability that
the above mentioned bill will ever pass
the Virgitia Legislature. The Uni
versity ' of1 Virginia manager has al
ready issued a tentative schedule of
which Carolina is the only big- game.
At Virginia they feel confident that
they will have foot-ball but until
something more definite can be found
out they will not make ' any elaborate
arrangements for next season.
Manager C. L. Williams of our own
team is working upon his schedule.
He states that it will be very similar
to last year's. Although it is not
nearly finished he makes known the
following facts. There will not be a
game with Tennessee, but there ivill
probably be an equally important game
to take its place. A date is being held
open for Georgetown pending the ac
tion of the Rules Committee in March.
The Virginia game has been practic
ally arranged to take place in Rich
mond on Thanksgiving day. Manager
Williams has one or two interesting
prospective changes in his schedule
about which as yet he will make no
The general attitude of faculties of
Southern institutions and the policies
issuined by the college foot-ball teams
inspire the belief that foot-ball will be
played next year, but that it will be
a materially changed game and that
enthusiasm and interest taken by the
public in the game will be greatly in
ferior to that of the past few seasons.
FACULTY AT TACKY PARTY
DR. AND MRS. GEORGE HOWE
Ye Faculty cake walk for the prize
President Venable among
One of the most unique and original
entertainments ever given in Chapel
Hill was th a "Tacky Party" which
Dr. and Mrs. George Howe gave on
Friday evening at their beautiful home
Waldfricdeu, in honor of their guesr,
Mrs. Mack David Horton. of Columbia,
The invitations, which were sent out
a week before hand, were written in
pencil, on tacky pieces of home wrap
The frolic itself proved quite in
keeping with the quaint character of
the invitations. To begin with, all
the married couples invited had been
separated from the outset by having
all the husbands and wives pared off
with others than their own spouses.
The whole lower floor of the beau
tiful house, which is especially adapt
ed for entertaining, was thrown into
one, and all the rooms were profusely
decorated with fragrant pine boughs,
and the only lights came from many
candles and the huge wood fires. At'
"ate haf pas" the fun began. The
guests were greeted in the hall by the
host and hostess, each ridiculously cos
tumed in typical "cake walk closes,"
..... . (UoTitinuf'c) on Fourth Paw) . ...
God can give a new heart. Exercise
may give a strong body, study a
brilliant mind, but God alone can give
to you a new heart."
The speaker .clinched each step in
his argument with illustrations from
the lives of well-known kingly men.
These instances were powerfully de
scribed and their effect upon the list
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