UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C.; WKDNKSDAY, MAR. 8,' 1910
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TI1K UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHI.KTIC ASSOCIATION
EXCITING WEEK CULMINATES IN
MEETING IN CHAPEL SATURDAY
AH questions passed unanimously
except one. Bulk of time passed
on one point.
After a week of the hardest polit icing-
ever witnessed on the campus, the
Athletic Association 'met in G errant
Hall at 2:15 Saturday aliernoon. Tlie
purpose of the meeting- was the consid
eration of the amendments published
in the Tar Heel last week.
The meeting went smoothly at lirst;
tho excitement was plainly in the air.
The amendments w ere passed without
discussion until the amendment fixing
the Tar Heel board and the nature of
their selection was called. This amend
ment had been changed by the com
mittee so as to rep d as follows:
Section 2. The administration of the
Tar Heel 'shall' be in the hands of
a board consisting ol an edilor-in-cliief
two assistant editors-in-chief,, and four
.associate editors, with a business man
ager; all of whom shall be elected uy
the association at the regular meeting
in May, except the two assistant editors-in-chief
who shall be chosen in
the following way: At the regular
meeting for elections the president of
the association shall appoint a com
mittee of five who ' shall nominate the
assistant editors-in-chief. The elec
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N. JOHNSON WIN FOR PHI.
Messrs. I. C. JNoser and W. J. Hen-
drixs represent l)i on question
Principle vs. expediency was the
keynote of i lie inter-society soph-junior
debate, . held in Gerrard Hall Fri
day night on woman suffrage for the
United States, between L. N. John
son, '12, and J; A. McGoogan, '11, af
firmative, of the Philanthropise society
and YV. F. Heiidrix, '12, and I. C.
Moses, '11, negative, of the Dialectic
society. The organic argument' ad
vanced by the affirmative caused the
judges, Professor A. II. Patterson,
Professor P. H. Winston, and Profes
sor M. C. S. Noble to decide, two to
one, "That woman should be allowed
to exercise the right of suffrage in the
United States." :': . V
The argument advanced by the affir
mative was a unit which centered
around the propositions that de mocra
tic government in its nature is an out
growth of the needs of th? governed,
that those directly affected by the gov
ernment should have a voice in its di
rection, that woman today exerts a
vital influence upon and is directly af
fected by the government of the Uni
ted States and accordingly should
have the privilege of the ballot. The
negative sought to establish dynami
cally that in the interests of efficient
government the polls should be denied
to women. They sought to detach
the argument from a basic principle
and put it on a footing of practical ad
visability. L. N. Johnson, of the sophomore
class, led off for the; affirmative. He
outlined the argument of the affirma
tive, giving most attention to the re
lation of the individual to democratic
government. He followed . govern
ment thru three stages, first the ab
solute monarchy, second, the limited
monarchy, the monarchy ruling with
certain advising and restricting bod
ies, third, modern democracy, the gov
ernment by the majority for the ser
vice of the people. And in each of
these periods he showed the gradual
ascendancy of woman. In the tribal
stage she was mere property. Bit by
bit she was liberated from the exis
tence of the mere household slave; bit
by bit, she obtained recognizance in
the various activities of religion and
industry hitherto restricted to the
stronger sex; until today she occupies
her present glorious position in Amer
ican life. At this point he left off, de
pending upou his colleague to carry
the argument on to its logical conclus
ion. I Mr. W. F. Hendricks, who spoke
lirst for the negative, argued that the
fate of woman suffrage should be de
cided upon its merits as a force,
strengthening and making more effi
cient the government of our nation.
His ideal for the government of the
American people was neither an abso
lute monarchy, nor pure democracy,
which he stated is rank socialism, but
rather the golden mean between the
two, the practical working model of
American democracy. The strength
of a o-overmnent depends upon strength
and "intelligence of its voters. Man
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EXCELLENT -SERIES 'RESULT OF
ImUCH CAREFUL WORK
Tweiity eight games, sixteen on the
j Hill. Season tickets
only $5.00 !
- The baseball schedule . has at last
been 'given out for publication. Tho
there; has been a. great deal of delay,
the manager, Mr. Robert Drane, has
been most careful to .arrange an ex
cellent schedule. Twenty-eight games
arc to be played, sixteen of which will
be on the Hill.
The teams on the: schedule that we
did not play last year are: Trinity,
Bingham, (Asheville), Hampdeii-Sid-nev.
State University of Kentucky,
Navy, Washington and Lee, and Wake
Forest. Among those whom we have
been accustomed to play, but who are
not Scheduled;, this year are Pennsyl
vania, Villanova, and Delaware.
; Above all else Manager Draue is to
be congratulated upon securing three
yames with Virginia. There . will be
no tie. this year at least.
The students will learn with pleas
ure also , that there will be a game at
Durham . and one at Raleigh.
Tire price of season tickets this year
will be the same as usual, S5. Those
who Wish to aet one must leave their
name with Robert Drane, W. T. Joy
ner, E. F. McCulloch, Jr., or R. W.
Winston; Going to each game sepa-
will cost a man fifty cents each game
or eight dollars for the whole season.
By buying a season ticket one saves
three dollars, or nearly half the whole
The schedule: ,
March 14, Bingham (Mebane) at
: March 18, Oak Ridge at Chapel Hill.
March 23, Elon at Chapel Hill.
March 26, Davidson at Winston-Salem.
March 28, Lafayette at Winston -Salem.
March 29, Amherst at Chapel Hill.
March 30. Amherst at Chapel Hill. .
March 31, Trinity (Hartford, Conn.)
at Chapel Hill.
April 1, Lafayette at Chapel Hill.
April 2. Lafayette at Chapel Hill.
April 4, Bingham (Asheville) at
April 7, Hampden-Sidney at Chapel
April 8, Virginia (place left open)
April 9, Virginia at Greensboro.
April 13, Davidson at Chapel Hill.
April 15, Guilford at Chapel Hill.
April 16, Guilford at Durham.
- April 19, State University of Ken
tucky at Chapel Hill.
April 21, Davidson at Davidson.
N. C -
April 22, Virginia at Charlottesville,
April 23, Navy at Annapolis, Md.
April 25, Washington and -Lee - at
April 26. Washington and Lee at
April 27, Georgetown at Washing
ton, D. C.
April 29, Wake Forest at Chapel
April 30, Wake Forest at Raleigh.
May 2, Central University of Ken
tucky at Chapel Hill.
May 3, Central University of Ken
ucky at Chapel Hill.
TENNIS ASSOCIATION OFFERS
PRIZES TO WINNERS ON COURTS
120 men enter tourney for amateur
singles championship of
The annual tennis tournament con
ducted by the tenuis association will
be begun as soon as the schedule can
be completed. The tournament this
year will be the biggest evev conduct
ed here and the man who wins fust
prize may pat 'himself on the back.
Those who are eligible Jo the tour
nament are all members of the tennis
association who have paid their initia
tion fee excepting tlioe few men who
have played: on the varsity team or
lrave before, won first prize in the as-
speiatiou tournament. 'Phis means
that in the first round there, will be
something like a hundred and twenty
men. This is a colossal scale on which
to be running a college tournament
and 'probably no college in the suth
can boast of such an event.
The tennis association has ruled
that during this tournament the courts
shall be open at all times to those who
wish to play off a match. Also the
progress of the tournament shall never
be delayed except thru the necessity of :
bad condition of the grounds.
T h e pr i zes o ff e r ed t o th e -w i u ncr s
will be the best racquet on the market
to the winner and various prizes to
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