OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1910
FIVE RECEIVE N. C. MONOGRAM
ABERNETHY, APPLEWHITE, CALMES, PARKER, AND
YOUNG WIN THIS HONOR
Stars Awarded to Old Men on Team, Sweater to L C
McLean, f Now Thirty-two Wearers of
N. C at the Uniuersity
The N. C. club met Tuesday night
for the purpose of awarding sweaters
to the men who made the varsity foot
ball team this year for the first time.
There were five of ; these , men whom
the club deemed worthy of wearing
the N. C. They were: Abernethy,
Applewhite, Calmes, Parker, and
Young. To the old men who made
the team again this year the club
Although E C. McLean did not
make the team, yet the N. C. club de
cided that he deserved some reward
because he has served faithfully on the
scrubbs for the entire four years that
he has' been in college. The club
therefore voted to award him a plain
sweater, without the N. C. monogram,
as a recognition of his good work.
These five new N. C. men make the
total number of the letter men now in
college amount to thirty-two.
TO PUBLISH COLLEGE SONGS
About the Yackety Yack.
The 1909 Yackety Yack was among
America's ten best college annuals and
the 1910 book is generally considered
even a better one. The Yackety Yack
for 1911 will be the best ever pub
lished. To begin with, it is to be a
more expensive book than any or its
predecessors. It will be much more
elegantly and expensively bound. It
will have more athletic and generally
interesting local paragraphs. It will
have more colored work than ever be
fore by about $300 worth, part of
which will be of a grade not usually
seen in college annuals. It will be a
book you can justly be proud, of.
You want ONE Yackety Yack, of
course but how many more do you
want? You must subscribe for as
many as you want, and do it NOW
for no more books will be ordered than
we have signed subscriptions for. We
do not intend to lose as past managers
have, by ordering more books than are
subscribed for in an indefinite hope
that maybe somebody will want mor
So remember when delivery time
comes you cannot have more books
than you have ordered. Think it over
and provide for the ever fateful spring
time when the ladies are so predom
inant. The Business Managers.
Movement by Y. M. C A. Workers to Get Out a Book
of Songs for Southern Institutions
lhe following communication has
been received, at the University, from
a member of the International Com
mittee of Young Men's Christian As
sociations: ' 7
You will doubtless recall that, last
year, there was a movement on foot
for publishing a book of songs for the
Southern institutions. When we first
Started agitating this matter, there
was practically no college in the South
that had songs of both original words
and original music. However, during
the year, a number of colleges det
mined to have their own songs, with
original music, and had contests offer
ing prizes for the best song and for
the best music. As a result, we now
have some thirty-five splendid songs,
with original music, ready to go into
this book. We should like to have, at
least, a hundred different institutions
represented in this song book if pos
sible. The conditions of admitting
any college into the book are as fol
1. The words must be original.
2. These words must be set to orig
inal music, not to some old tune.
3. The college agrees to advance the
money necessary for the making of the
plate for the printing of its own song,
for which money books will be sent to
the college as soon as these books are
out.f af press. The plate for an ordi
nary song will cost about $5.
Your institution can Ml afford not to
have a part in such a great intercolle
giate movement as this, and I trust
you will take this matter up with your
students at once and see that we have
a song from your school as soon as
prosecbtios by u. n; t uwYiRs FRESHMEN HAVE BIG DEBATE
An Interesting Case Dispoosed of in Moot Court
!- Judge Imposes Heavy Fine
fLast Saturday night the Moot Court
held its regular weekly session. 'The
case that held the attention of the
court was that Of Price vs. the Orange
County Fair Co. It seems that Price
was an artist and had ; sent a picture
to the fair for exhibition. In some
way this picture was lost: so,. Price
sued the company for the value of the
picture. The company contended that
they had shipped it back to him by
express; they could not, however,
show an express receipt for the shipment.
The plaintiff was represented by
Messrs.; Currie, . Store and Lynch;
while Messrs. Bond, Strange and Mc-
Nairy defended the Fair Company.
Both sides put up extremely able argu
ments; McNairy for defence, however,
was especiahy worthy of mention.
' Judge P. D. Winston, after hearing
the evidence in the case and the argu
ments of the various attorneys, ; ren
dered his decision; in favor of the
plaintiff in the sum of five 'hundred
dollars. It has not yet been learned
whether: or not the company will
appeal. -, :.
Athletics at Tulane
New Orleans, Nov. 26. On the
grounds, it is stated, that students of
the University have not heeded his ap
peals to participate in college athletics
as they should, President Craiarhead
has announced that hereafter Tulane
will enjoy the taste of compulsory ath
letics. Every freshman and sopho
more at the University will be com
pelled to take a certain amount of
exercise prescribed by the faculty.
Outdoor work will constitute the
greater part of the physical require
ments. Charlotte Observer.
Class Tennis Progresses
1 The class tennis tournament contin
ues to be played off at irregular inter
vals. Almost all the . doubles have
tvfvm played and the1 teams are at
present occupied with the singles.) 'In
singles the freshmen and law split
even. Smith defeated McLean 7-5,
7-5; Lindsay defeated Baume 5-7, 6-2,
6-3. The tournament will probably
be finished this week. From the pres
ent outlook the seniors have the best
chance for the championship.
TWENTY-FIVE FIRST YEAR MEN OF THE DI SOCIETY
ENGAGE IN THE CONTEST
Athletic Fee Discussed ' Eight Men Selected Who Will
Appear in final Contest for Prize
Saturday Night , r : -
The annual freshman debate in the
Dialectic Society will be held ; next
Saturday night. The. preliminaries
have been on this week and some good
debating material has been in evi
dence. About twenty-five men entered
the final preliminaries, from which
eight were selected for the final con
test for the freshman prize.
The question is: Resolved, That a
two dollar athletic fee should be paid
at the bursar's office, at the fall term
registration, for the support of athletics.
The affirmative held forth Monday
night; the successful candidates were
J. T. Pritchette, L. R. Johnson, J. P.
Burke and J. E. Holmes.
From the negative, Tuesday night,
the following men were chosen: G. H.
Ward, M.. R. Dunnegan, J. A. Holmes,
and R. L. Lasley.
Junior Class Pins Here
The Junior class pins have arrived
and are being delivered. ' The pins
were made this year by Bastian Bros.
Co., of Rochester, N. Y., whose origi
nality of design and perfect workman
ship have given 1912 a very attractive
The Eastern Eleven
The New York Sun gives the lol
lowing, all eastern elevens, for 1910:
First Team Kil patrick, Yale, and
L. Smith, Harvard ends; Scully, Yale,
and McKay, Harvard, tackles; Fisher,
Harvard, Brown, Navy, guards; Coz
ens, Pennsylvania, center; Sprackling,
Brown, quarterback; Wendell, Har
vard, and McKay, Brown, halfbacks;
Mercer, Pennsylvania, fullback.
Second Team Daly, Dartmoath,
and Gilchrist, . Navy, ends; Smith,
Brown, and Withington, Harvard,
tackles; Wier, Army, and Minot, Har
vard, guards; Morris, Yale. center;
Howe, Yale, quarterback; Kistler,
Yale, and Ramsdell, Trinity, half
backs; Hart, Princeton, fullback.
New Book by Dr. Henderson
Announcement has been made of the
publication of "Interpreters of Life,"
a book by Dr. Archibald Henderson,
consisting of a number of essays on
subjects of present day literature. The
publisher is Mitchell Kinnerley, of
To Elect Student Representative
According to a resolution passed by
the student body last spring, one rep
resentative is to be chosen by the stu
dent body at large to serve on the
Student Council. This action of the
student body has been overlooked
until recently, and this representative
of the study body at large has not been
chosen. At the chapel Friday morn
ing nominations for that position will
be made, and the nominees will be
voted on next Monday morning at the
chapel, a plurality vote determining
Faculty Members Abroad
There appeared last week, in the
Paris edition of the New York Herald,
quite a lengthy account of the instal
lation of the "exchange" professor.
Dr. Hugo Muensterberg, of Harvard
University, and the "Roosevelt" pro
fessor, Dr. C. Alphonso Smith, of the
University of Virginia. Dr. Smith
spoke on "Some Aspects of American
Literature." ; Among the distinguish
ed visitors on this occasion, besides
members of the royal household, and
representatives of the foreign embas
sies at Berlin, there appears the names
of Mrs. C. Alphonso Smith, Professor
and Mrs. W. D. Toy and Professor A.
S. Wheeler. '
W. H. Kibler, A. B. 1906, assistant
in zoology 1904-07, who has been
teaching biology and physics in the
Durham High School for the past
three years, is acting-professor of biol
ogy, in Gu ilf ord College, N. C.
C. F. Kirkpatrick, A. B. 1909, is an
assistant in the State Laboratory in
Hygiene, under the directorship of Dr.
C. A. Shore, S. B. M. S.', of . this Uni
versity, and formerly an assistant,
later instructor, in biology.
A. B. Greenwood, A. B. 1910, is also
an assistant in the State Laboratory of
About thirty students assembled in
Gerrard Hall Monday afternoon to
hear the new play of the Dramatic
Club read by Professor McKie. The
play is Goldsmith's "She Stoops to
Conquer". It will be presented some
time in February.
Lost Lady's Gold Medal, dated
1879. Finder return to the Tar Heel
The Tar Heei, has recently received
copies of the following exchanges:
College Topics. Va.
Virginia Tech. V. P. I.
Orange and White. Tenn.
Ring Tnm Phi. W. and L.
Crimson and White. Ala.
The Cadet. V. M. I.
Old Penn. Penn.
The Reveille La.
Stetson Collegiate. --Stetson U.
The Oak Leaf . O. R. I.
The Idea. Ky.
The Tiger. Clemsori. '
The Hustler. Vanderbilt.
Tulane Weekly. :
The Chronicle, Utah.
George Washington News.
Red and Black. Ga.
Gamecock S. C.
High School Topics. Wilson.
Gluck Auf . Goldsboro High.
High School Monthly Asheville.
Elon College Weekly.
The Chronicle. Md.
College World. N. Y. City.
The Gamilicad. Ga.
St. Mary's Muse.--Raleigh.
The Ivy Salem Female.
Chapel Hill News.
Daily Evening Times. Raleigh.
Basket-ball will now be the chief di
version in a number of colleges,
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