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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
VOL. 15) r UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY ,19ll NO. 20.
TWILIGHT OF THE GODS.
SPRING ELECTIONS HELD
Ball Managers, Marshalls and Junior Prom Leaders
The most, important class elections
of the spring term occurred Saturday.
The Seniors chose the commencement
ball managers while the Juniors elect
ed leaders for the Junior-Prom,. com
mencement marshals and a manager
and a captain for their baseball team.
The Senior election was closely con
tested. The various cliques worked
hard for their respective candidates.
The Junior election was rather, tame.
Apparently it was a cut and dried af
fair. The results are given below:
The Senior election came off in the
moraine:. A class committee ."" had
named ten Seniors and six Juniors,
from whom five Seniors and two Jun
iors were to be chosen. The ball man
agers elect are E. F. McCulloch, '11;
F. G. Whitney, '11; W. M. Parsley
'11; A. E. Zollicoffer, '11; W. L.
Small, '11; J. D. Boushall, Jr., '12 and
R. B. Cox '12. These gentleman held
a caucus Sunday morning and elected
W. L. Small, their chief.
The Juniors held their election in
the afternoon. J. W. Morris was
elected leader of the Junior Prom. R
W. Winston and D. R. Murchison were
elected assistant leaders. C. W. Pitt
man was elected chief of the com'
mencement marshalls. " Six assistant
marshalls were then chosen. These
are W. Carter, R. R. King, J. C. Lock-
hart, A. H. Graham, G. C. Wood and
R. M. Hanes. '
W. D. Bnrbee and P. H. Gwynn were
elected captain and manager respect
ively of the baseball team.
March 17, Oak Ridge at Chapel Hill.
March 25, Wake Forest at Raleigh.
March 27, Davidson at Charlotte.
March 28, Amherst at Chapel Hill.
March 29; Amherst at Chapel Hill.
March 31, Lafayette at Chapel Hill.
April 1, Lafayette at Chapel Hill.
April 8, University of Virginia at
April 10, University of Virginia at
April; 13, Wake Forest at Chapel
April 15, Guilford at Greensboro.
April 17, Winston League at Win
ston. April 18, Davidson at Durham.
April 19, University of South Caro
lina at Chapel HilL
April 21, University of Virginia at
April 22, Navy at Annapolis.
April 25, .Catholic: University at
April 26, Georgetown at Washing
ton. April 28, Guilford at Chapel Hill.
May 4, V. P. I. at Chapel Hill.
May 5, Washington and Lee at
May 6, Washington and Lee at
Chapel Hill. s
Harvard has instituted a system un
der which every freshman has a senoir
appointed for his adviser.
ASSOCIATION TAKES NO ACTION
After Warm Discussion the Meeting Adjourned Until
- Tln Athletic AsMiciati'-n met yes
terday to vote on the three proposed
amendments to.the constitution whtah
were published in the last , Tar Heel.
Mr, Williams and Mr.' McCulloch op
posed the 1st amendment. Mr. Stuart
and' Mr. Thompson upheld it. Af ter
forty-five minutes of hot air a vote was
taken and the amendment was passed.
Mr. Williams then declared there was
no quorum. This was true and the
President adjourned the meeting. Ac
tion will be taken on the amendments
Saturday at 2:30.
Brilliant German Attended by Elite
Last Saturday night the many di-
ciples in the University of the terpis
corean art gathered in the superb ball
room I of the Bynum Physical Culture
Parlors, for the aesthetic-pleasure of
tripping the light fantastic toe. Tt
was indeed a dazzling throng which
gathered in this palatial hall. The
company was one of the most brilliant
and exclusive ever brought together in
the two Carolinas, except for two or
three freshman; who, having heard
somebody speak the word "German''
at the postoffice Saturday morning,
supposed they were going to hear a
lecture by Professor Viles.
One feature of this ball is particu
larly worthy of note, as a novelty for
such a grand occasion, namely, that
all the dancers were stags. ' But Oh,
it was magnificent. The polished,
high bred, and lordly appearance and
manners mostly the appearance of
the gentlemen contrasted strikingly in
a beautiful riot of color with the pink
socks and flowing purple ties of the
other gentlemen. One was reminded
of the fetes at Versailles by the grace
ful manner in which the flower of
Carolina aristocracy executed the fig
ures, railroading down the floor in a
superb rush through center, yelling
like Comanche Indians. Indeed, Louis
Bourbon himself could not have done
it better. Mr. Dick Phillips help lead
the Gauls I mean the Germans with
a light, springy step. The most pol
ished dancer on the floor was Mr. L.
E. Stacy, who wore his class pin over
his heart, and Only stayed a few min
utesjust long enough to say some
thing about ring rule in the junior
While all the costumes were verita
ble triumphs of the dress makers art,
the palm for the most striking garb of
the evening must be awarded to Mr.
Elmer Yelverton, who achieved a
wonderful Parisenne sheath effect.
PENN INVITES CAROLINA TO TRACK MEET
The proposal to remove the railway
line connecting Venable and Univer-
sity and to provide m its place a trol
ley line from Venable to Durham is
opposed , by those living along the
present line. A petition to this effect
has , been signed, by, three hundred
people. A second petition favoring
the project has been circulated around
Chapel Hill. Practically the whole
town signed it. It is rumored that
Dr. Kluttz signed the opposition
Big Inter-Collegiate Meet to Be Held at Philadelphia
. ; ' in April
; The Tar Hkel has received a news'
iletler from the University of Penn
isylvania. It will be of special inter
jest' to track men and should be of
general interest to the ' whole campus.
In part it is as follows: : :
j ; The Athletic Association of the
University, of Pennsylvania will give
its Seventeeth Annual ' Intercollegiate
;and Interscholastic Relay Race Meet
ing on Saturday, April 29th,' open to
all the colleges and universities of the
United States and Canada. There
;will be three races to determine the
College Championship of America,
and they will be open to any college' or
university that desires to enter. One
race will be for a distance of a
each man to run a quarter-mile,
second race will be a four-mile
each man to run a mile. The
will be a two-mile race, each man to
run a half-mile. The University of
'Pennsylvania will be found in all three,
land it is expected that Harvard, Yale,
Princeton, Cornell, Columbia, Chicago,
Michigan; Wisconsin, etc., will also
'enter them. ;V
j There will be, in addition, a number
iof other races between colleges. We
would be pleased to have your college
tenter a team. , An effort has been
made to arrange colleges in groups
that1 are about equal in strength.
Making such a classification has
(been difficult. If you do not feel
that your college has been placed in its
Iproper group, we shall be glad to put
you. if possible,: in any other that you
may suggest. Of course, by racing in
jone of the general contests you are not
prevented from entering races for the
Intercollegiate Championship: If you
desire you may race with the colleges
iin which you have been grouped, and
jalso enter the championship race and
not enter the contest in which you are
, The Relay Races have now become
so well known that we hope yon will
make a' special effort to send a team.
Each year all the big colleges, and
schools wih hardly an exception are
on"hand. The companionships and
special events are very high class,
while the group races are most inter
esting. Over 200 teams have been
present for several years,, making this
the biggest meet of the year. To be
absent from the Relay Races is to miss
an athletic treat.
l- We shall award the following prizes:
A Silk Banner will be, given to the
winning team as a college trophy, and
to each member of the winning team a
gold watch. To each of the members
of the team that finishes second, we
shall give a silver cup. Cups , will be
given as third prizes. If only three
colleges are able to enter the race, we
shall give a silk banner to the winning
team and a gold watch to each of its
members. Second prizes will be given
when four teams contest; third prizes
will be given when six teams contest.
In case your institution should enter
and the other colleges with which we
classed you should not enter, we shall
"SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER."
ON MONDAY FEBRUARY 20
Dramatic Club Will Present the Great Comedy on
The Dramatic Club will present
Goldsmith's "She Stoops to Conquer"
Tuesday; Febuary 21st. The club has
been working hard on this play, under
the guidance of Director McKie, and
this production is expected to be up to
the standard of former efforts of the
If not, it will be through no fault in
the play, for this sceamingly delight
ful comedy by Goldsmith has taken its
audiences by storm ever since its first
production in London signalled a new
era in the history of English drama.
The plot centers upon the effoits of a
young lady to win her lover, who is ex
ceedingly bashful in her presence. By
taking the character of the bar maid
of an inn, she wins his affections ab
solutely; thus stooping to conquer.
The delicate and rediculous situations
that Goidsmith weaves about the affair
are enough to make one forget that he
has fallen on one of his courses.
The following men will interpret
the characters of "She Stoops to Con
quer:" J, F.'Oliver, Henry Smith, W.
B. Clinard, John Moore, Speight Beam,
E. L. Williams, John Lasley, . Laur
ence Jones, J. C. Busbee; C. L. Cates,
J;;- T. Pritchet ' rind " J. R. Craven." ':
Speight Beam is leading" man; and it
is safe to say that when he is diked up
in his gay 'togs-otherwise attired in
the garb of a seventeenth century
gentleman his superb figure will be
calculated to make the fair damsels of
of the Greensboro Normal lose their,
hearts. ; Mr. Beam will be assisted in
his office of hero by E. L. Williams.
The two heroines are John Lasley and
Laurence Jones. 'All who remember
last years senior, stunt will appreciate
what a winsome heroine Lasley will
make. Mr. John Moore will also por
tray the eternal feminine. It is said
that his coquettish glances are abso
lutely killing. Of course, the most
enjoyable character of the whole play
will be Frank Oliver as Toby the jol
ly good fellow. Oliver's portrayal of
Meddle in last year's "London Assur
ance" placed him at once on the high
est pinnacle of college dramatic fame.
The students have always given
most hearty support to'dramatics, and
since this is probably the only play to
be given the whole season, its produc
tion will be a big event.
Missouri University holds faculty
- A greater number of men at Yaleare
interested in swimming than in any
other branch of athletics.
Washington and Lee has reopened
after having been forced to close in
November on an account of an epidemic
of typhoid fever and pink eye.
make arrangements to put you in a race
with some other teams about your
equal in strength. .
Carolina is classified with such teams
as Virginia, Amherst, Carlisle, Lafay
ette and Georgetown.
Basketball Tonight-CaroliiQa vs.