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OFF ICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ''NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1911
SHE STOOPED AND
A CREDITABLE PERFORM- . :
ANCE BY GLEE GLUB
Sir Chas.; Marlow
C. C. Fonville.
W. S. Beam.
W. B. Clinard.
E. L. Williams.
J. F. Oliver.
H. C. .Smith
C. L. Gates.
J. C. Busby.
C. L. Cates.
C. C. Fonville.
W. E. Craver.
H. C Smith.
J. C. Busby.
W. E. Craver.
J. S. Moore.
. W. Lasley, Jr.
L. C. Jones.
1913 In Ealing Contest
On Friday night at the University Inn
the class of 1913 gave its first class
banquet. Jollity and mirth prevailed
and the good things to eat were en
joyed by all Nvho attended.
The class president, Mr. R. W.
Scott presided. , . ,
The banquet committe consisted of
Messrs. J. F. Lynch, (chairman), H.
H. Hargett, C. B. . Hoke, W. J. Cook,
The following were the faculty
speakers: Messrs. Royster, Wilson,
Booker and Bernard. The so-called
responses were delivered by Messrs.
Wiggens, Stokes, T. B. Gunter and
Dr. Miras on Book of Job
Doctor Edwin Mims gave' the first
lecture in a series of lectures which
he proposes to give on the Bible as
literature, Sunday morning at. Jhalfr
past twelve o'clock in his English
class room in the Alumni building.
The first lecture was concerned with
the description of nature, the figura
tive language, and the melody and
liarmony of the verse found in the
book of Job. The second lecture will
continue the study of this book of
the Bible, and the succeeding lectures,
coming at the same hour on Sunday
mornings, will consider other portions
of the Bible famous for their literary
qualities. Twenty men attended the
Glee Club Delighis a "Fair Audience" With the Aid of
Messrs. Sneath, Woollen and Daggett
The Carolina Glee Club and Orches
tra gave its initial concert last Fri
day evening in Gerrard Hall; More
than two months', nightly training and
practice under the direction of Mj
Sneath, Mr. Daggett, and Mr. Woolen
went into an unusually high class and
The hit of the program was un
doubtedly the quartet with its negro
dialect selections. Its pantomine ren
dition of 4 The Old Oaken Bucket" was
an original idea in encores which took
well with the galleries. Mr. Right's
clarinet solo was an heartly enchored
number. And Mr. .'Sneath ' introduced
the personal interest element in his
solo number by singing "Love's
Twilight," and "I Know Two Eyes,"
two songs composed by Professor P.
H. Daggett. The Orchestra was at
its best in "T he Chocolate , Soldier,"
and ''Madam Sherry," and came in
for its full share of applause. The
Glee Club was a well ballanced and
nicely harmonized body, but its selec
tions, save in one or two instances,
were stale, and did not meet with the
favor of the other numbers.
The boys sang and played to a
"fair" audience as a consequence of
the -February dances.' That circum
stance ' must have added a slightly
quicker time to the beat of Mr. Dag
gett's, head, and a fuller tremelo,to
George Sneath's "Rosary".
Mr. H. S. Pember, first tenor in
Glee Club and quartet, who was called
to his home several days ago on ac
count of the illness of his mother, was
substituted for by Mr. C. T. Woolen
who had prepared to serve as utility
man in such an emergency. This in
terruption, however, may necessitate
cancelling the two engagements which
the Club has scheduled for Winston and
Greensboro, on Friday and Saturday
nights of this . week, unless Mr.
Woolen can be prevailed on to make
the trip. The Club has in mind a
more extensive tour of the Eastern
section of the State further along in
Twenty-four members of the Univer
sity Musical Association participated
in Friday evening's performance. This
number will be thinned out consider
ably before the longer trip is under
taken. .. V ' ' '
The Mandolin Club, listed on the
program, was not further in evidence.
This club will probably be developed
in time for the trips, and will add
variety to this concert.
It is reported that Professor Smith's
lectures aTe creating a profound effect
far outside the narrow bounds of uni
veisity circles. The whole i literary
part of the nation, it is said, is begin
ning to read American short stories.
That Virginia should be responsible
for such a revolution is a matter of
congratulation for all citizens of the
old commonwealth. College Topics.
Promises the University All the Treasury Will Stand.
How Much Is It?
Classes in the University were sus
pended .during ,the twelve-thirty
period on Monday so as to allow the
entire student body to assemble in
Gerrard Hall for the purpose of meeting-
the sub-committee of the com
mittee: on General Education, in . the
House of ?, Representatives. Repre
sentative Spainhour, of Burke, Ro
berts of Buncombe, Magette of Tyrell,
and Johnson of Orange, were, the
visiting, i committe. Dr. Venable
stated , briefly in introduction that
three elements make up . the Univer
sity's material equipment, faculty, and
student body; . that he had asked the
students to assemble so that the com
niitiee might make its investigation
complete. , ; '
'( Mr. Archie Dees, president of the
Senior Class and of the Student Coun
cil welcomed ; the, ? Committee on be
half of the student body. He told the
committee that the , plea of the , stu
dents was for larger clothes; that the
students were at present forced to the
uncomfortable "' necessity of wearing
clothes which they had long ago out
grown. All the members of the com
mittee except Mr.' Johnson r replied in
short, pleasant speeches,; dwelling ap
preciatively upon the needs of ., the
University and promising that the
Legislature would be as generous
with the University as the financial
condition of the Stale would permit.
Nat Caitmell to Run "
Here is what Coach Cartmell has to
say in regard to meeting Robinson :
"Recent sporting papers from Eng
land have brought news to me of a
a challenge issued by the American
amateur sprinter, Lawson Robertson,
who is now acting as trainer of the
Irish-American Athletic Club of New
York. In his challenge to the world's
fastest sprinters, which was sent to
the Manchester "Sporting Chronicle"
in England, for publication, Robert
son professes to have a desire to run
for the sum of 200 pounds, or $1,000.
Together with this challange to the
world the English papers printed a
statement as, having come from Rob
ertson, to the effect that I am not wil
ling' to run him a race of a distance
shorter than 220 yards.
?:. "This statement is incorrect and un
fair to me as well as to other Ameri
can professional sprinters, as it has
led the English to believe that Rob
ertson while willing to run is unable
to make a match in his native land.
"If Robertson is anxious to run me
I will sign articles with him for a
race for any distance from 130 to 500
yards, for as much money as he cares
to get together. The race can be run i.
on any; fair cinder track. .
The coach has met Robinson three
times. In 1905 he defeated him in the
hundred. At the Olymphic trials in
Philadelphia, 1908, Robinson won the
100 metre dash from him. In the semi
finals) at the Olymphic games, how-
The Baptists Soak Us Again
Wake Forest 38, Carolina JL6. That
is all there was to it. The water ba
bies simply outplayed us and carted
the game away to the ice-house. ;
A square deal was our portion all
along the line with the exception of
the rooting, which to say the least
was unsportsmanlike. However con
sidering it was the water babies, we'll "
The first half was about a toss up
between the two quints. Each threw
five goals, but ' the Baptist gentlemen
proved better in throwing touls. They
landed five in' the basket to our none,
making the score at the end of the
half 15-10 in their favor.
The water babies came back strong
in the second half ar.d we went to
pieces. They played beautiful rings
around us and as a xesult, six points
for us and 23 for them. Final score
386. . ,. ,'"'..
Our bunch was decidedly off color.
They lacked a whole lot of putting
up their usual , game. They showed
plenty of fight' but not enough basket
ball. Consequently they gor trounced.
' Line up:
Carolina Wake Forest
Tillett R. F. Beam
- Smith L. F. R. Holding
Ritch (Capt.) C. B. Holding
Haynes, Long R. S. Utley (Capt. )
Duls L. GDowd .
. Goals , ; Smith 2
Ritch. 2, Duls 1, Haynes 1, R.
Holding 4, Beam 7, B. Holding 3,
Time of halves twenty minutes
Umpire Crozier .
Tennessee Easy .
In a one sided game of basketball
Carolina won from Tennessee tonight
40 to 21. i The floor, was slick from
the dances last week and ; prevented
fast play. Tennessee seemed . weak, in
every department: of the game. Caro
lina showed improvement in . team
work froni the last appearance on the
home floor. . The first halt ended 26 to
6. Tennessee had thrown one basket
from scrimmage and this, in the, last
four minutes of play. Mr. Kipp of
Tenn; refereed a very fair game.
The line-up:; .
. Carolina --: . , Tknn.
Ritch (Capt.) Maxedon
S. Carrington, (Sub)
Tillet Tittsworth, (Capt.)
Hanes, Dulls, Ketchen
Long . Neely
Steps are being taken by the facul
ty at Columbia, to organize a student
ever, Cartmell vanquished him in the
100 metre event.
Coach Cartmell intends to do some
training on the Hill this spring. If he
rounds into condition' he will very
likely run an exhibition hundred at
one of our meets. ;
Friday Carolina vs. Virginia