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DEFEAT THE S. C.
Steele Stars for the ; Little Tar
Heels Makes TWp of the
BIDDIES EXCEL - IN PASS
One Bill Steele, whose ;post-office
address is Rock Hill, South Carolina,
treated the University of his native
state rather roughly Thursday, when
lie scored two of the ..Yearling touch
downs in their 18 to 12 victory over
ithe South Carolina first year eleven.
The Tar Heels outplayed the visit
ors in everything except forward pass
ing. They made 13 first downs to
.six registered by hte Gamecockerel
Chicks. South Carolina's six first
downs came largely as a result of the
wonderful forward passing arm ex
hibited by halfback Rogers, who made
one forward pass good for 45 yards,
Johnston, on the receiving end, run
ning about 30 yards for a touch-down.
On another occasion he made
j "forward pass good for 50 yards.
Steele played an exceptionally good
game for the winners. One of his
touchdowns came as the result of an
intercepted forward pass, the South
Carolina speed merchant racing a
distance of 40 yards to a touchdown.
Bill, Marks, Hackney, and Clontz, alsc
played well for the Frosh. Marks tore
off some pretty end runs, while Hack
ney got loose for a 50 yard run on
one occasion. Clontz, mammoth cen
ter, intercepted a South Carolina for
ward pass, and played an all around
Captain Boyd, Smith, Siederman,
Mickell, Johnston, and Rogers played
well for the losers. The Gamecock
Aggregation made an even dozen for
ward passes which resulted in very
Kims, Freshman captain, was tak
en off the field with what was thought
to be a broken right ankle. Upon
-examination it was found that the
members was O. K. except for an in
jured ...ncrve,- Ho , probably ,wUl3e
.iack in the game in a few days.
: Line-up and summary;
,S. C. Position N. C
L. E. ;
L, T. .
Siederman .l..l...i.L.L:....L: '. Potts
; Edens -
L. H. B.
Score by periods: 1 . .
.JSouth Carolina 0 $ 0 612
.: North Carolina P 6 12 018
Substitutes,, (South., Carolina:
. Mickell for Edensj White for Russo
Sterne fr Glenn, U HaH tor
Sharpe. (North Carolina) : Steele for
.Grinwleyark Joj: .Nims,; Branch
for Hackney Whisnant fpr Padgett.
Scoring -touchdown' Steele 2,-JDill,
Johnston. 2, - f-k - 4
Reree--Alexander. i Washington
..and Jefferson.) Umpire ' McDougall
(N. C. State). IBeadlinesman, Rowe
(Gettysburg.) . ,
. . 111 ?'Si.rw'..
.American Legion To
, 'Observe Armistice
In accordance with the usual cus
tom, the American Legion and the
"Unfversity will hold a" joint eelebra
- tion of Armistice day thiayear. The
. anniversary comes at eleven minutes
past eleven, Sunday,, November 11,
i-.and the University authorities think
"it appropriate that the celebration
;: should take the form of a memorial
BPrviee. This service will be held in
Memorial Hall under the direction of
-Chaplain A. S. Lawrence of the lo
cal Legion post, at 11 A. M.
The program will consist of music
:i:hv the University Orchestra, Glee
Club, and a community choir. The
.:scrmon will be delivered by, Lhap
' lain Lawrence. '
The American Legion will attend
i in a body.: All students, faculty
members and the general public are
invited to attend.
The service will conclude with the
r- sounding of taps. I
GIRLS:PLEASE:..::M Pir f ' TBti
G; C; Girls Glee Club Given an
. Excellent Musical Program i
' : ; Tuesday Night 1
Twenty-five beautiful : and attract
tive girls made up. the Greensboro
College Glee Club which was present-
eel by the University Musical Clubs
Tuesday evening ' in Memorial Hall.
They were greeted by a large and
enthusiastic audience, and rendered
a clever and pleasing program,
The program follows:
01' Car'lina By James Francis
, Summer Wind By Edward Mac
Sandman Am a-Softly Comin, Air
by F. R. Rix,' (Humoresque, by An
t Romance By John S. Svendsen.
Violin Solo Requa Duke.
The Flapper Flaps By Mary Mon- J
The Flappers-Julia Marshal Lit
tle. Trees By Carl Hahn.
Goin' Home From the Largo of the
Symphony. "From the New World,"
Dickory, Dickory, Dock By W. O.
Selections Ensemble Orchestra.
Kashmiri Song By Amy Wood
. (Song in Costume) Lolita Ellis.
Come and Trip It By Handel.
A Spirit Flower By Campell Tip-
; Rolling Down to Rio By Edward
, Mr. Alexander
. Bumps, a one act play.
Presented by Dorcas McKinne,
Hope Hardison, Julia Marshall Lit
tle. Sweet Indiana Home By Donald
Beside a Babbling Brook By Kahn
All of the numbers were well ren
dered. Miss Little gave a -very clos
er impersonation of the Flapper, and
Miss Ellis sang the Kashmiri Song
in costume most effectively. The
Glee Club numbers under the direc
tion of Gilman F. Alexander were
also very good. They were entertain
ed by the Glee Club after the con
cert. TRAINING SCHOOL
. FOR OFFICIALS
Coach Bob. Conducts School To
Train Officials For High
A training school for officials of
football "games has recently been
started bjr Coah )3ob. These officials
will be of 'the - greatest assistance in
helping( standardize the coaching of
the games played in the state-wide
high school elimination series. There
have been several contested games in
the past because of incompetent offi
cials, and T3te varying standards of
hurriedly '- selected "amateur referees
often work an injustice on one of
the teams. '
Sanford Brown,' Norman JShepard,
Jimmy Bagd&le, and J. O. Harmon
make up the school. Most of the
championship series games which are
played tn th central part of the state
will be turned over to these men.
Each of them has had some kind of
football experience and knows the
game thoroughly. They have been
officiating at all the scrub-varsity
scrimmages ' for ' the sake of prac
RECORDS FOR 1923
22 Wake Forest 0
0 Yale ...........I. ...53
'l 4 Trinity ' .;..!:....... 6
14 State 0
; 0 Maryland i.;r. 14
13 S. Carolina 0
63 ' 73
6 Marines 0
33 Lynchburg 0
7 Georgia Tech. 10
21 Roanoke 6
35 Virginia 0
22 N. C. State 7
46 Emory and Henry 0
sr.- mm .r' i
t- Captain Carlton of l the
Flying Squadron who will
lead his team against the
.a . k
"Windy" White, star back
field man of the Cadets, who
was injured in thej N. C.
State game, will probably
start for the Cadets!
f r - v - - - -
; , Mr II"
Carolina V.- M. I.
Morris (C) 176 L. E. Watkins 160
Matthews "174 L. T. Hammond 190
Poindexter 180 L. G. McCracken 170
Mclver 180 C. Ferguson 160
Fordham -'175 R. G. inton 175
Hawfield 200 R. T. Barbour 235
Shepard 139 R. E. Carlton (C) j 160
McDonald i 154 Q. B. Oaldwell 160
Bonner ' . 1 142 L. H. B. -Ryder' 155
Underwood -i 144 R. H. B. aulkner 155
Randolph i '170 F. B. -VVhite 180
Average 166 . Average ' 173
UNDER WAY SOON
First Meet Will Be Between Car
olina and Trinity Fresh
The University of North Carolina
Track Squad will open its 1923-24
season oft November 16th., with Trin
ity Freshmen coming 'over here for
a two mile run with the Carolina
Frosh team. 1
The next day, Saturday November
17th.,' the same day of the Carolina
Davidson football game, Wake Forest
is sending seven men ' over to com
pete with the varsity men, who will
be led by Captain of the Cross Coun
try team, Dale Ranson, miler on the
On November 24th., the Varsity
will journey over to Durham to par
ticipate in the Washington and Lee,
Trinity, State, Davidson and Wake
Forest Cross Country.
December the 8th., the annual
ChamDionshiD of the State in the
Cross Country comes
off at State
All the teams in the state
will be represented and Carolina will
Captain "Casey" Morris,
who was' kept out of the
South Carolina game, will be
in Saturday against V. M. I.
"Monk" McDonald, who is
hindered by a wrenched back,
will probably start the game
at least for the Tar Heels.
GASTON cWNTY CLUB 5
: HAS A GOOD SMOKER
Wednesday night the Gaston Coun
ty Club was given a rare treat in the
form of a very interesting and in
structive talk by Prof. W. J. Math
erly of i he Commerce School. Pres
ident Hauser of the Club introduced
Mr. Matherly, who chose as hi sub
ject, "The Dead Heads I Have Met."
In a very humorous manner the
speaker drove home the point that
the Gaston County Club should have
a definite purpose in view, and not
be shiftless organization.
After the talk there was a short
business, session following which, re
freshments were served and the cus
tomary "splitting of Carolina" for
the home county.
send at least eight men, according
to the limit. State College won this
event last year, and it is hoped that
the Varsity will carry off the honors
The men that are back who are ex
pected to go into this cross country
are Ranson, M. D., Kanson, R. L., Mil-
! stead, Purser, Wells, Whitaker, Sey-
ffert, Otto, Giersch, Thach, Lawrence,
j Scarborough, Buchanan, and others.
Hi 1' 1 :n
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TAR HEELS OFF FOR
N. C. Date V. M. I.
4 . 1893 10
17 1902 . 10
28 1903 6
17 1905 0
0 ' 1900 4
G 1910 0
30 1914 7
3 1915 3
38 1916 13
7 1919 ' 29
0 - 1920 '"' 23
20 1921 7
9 1922 7
THE MID TERM
X REPORTS OUT
1224 X's and W's Out of a Pos
sible 6618 Scored in Mid
The ominous X's and W's have
been tunned into the Registrar's of
fice, have been neatly typewritten,
and now cuddle close behind your and
my name in Dr. Henry's trick file.
The returns from Medicine, Law, and
Graduates are not in, but the rest of
us did right nobly without their aid,
pulling down 1224 X's and W's com
bined out of a possible C618.
This number is only 83 more than
last year's 1147 and is a better aver
age, considering the number of stu
dents in the University, than has
been recorded in years. By schools
the report reads as follows, and A.
B. (Not Abou-Ben-Adam) "lead all
A. B : 529
Premed. , , 123
B. S. VI .; 14
B. S. IV , .52
b. s. v .6
Engineering....,,.., .,., , .....-....,. 121
TOTAL : 1224
WHITE READS A
PAPER AT N.C.
Reads Paper on "A Forest Pro
gram for North Carolina" at
Second Meeting of Year
VERY INTERESTING PAPER
' The North Carolina Club held.fts
second meeting of the year Monday
night, November 5, in Saunders Hall.
W. E. White .read a paper on "A
Forest Program for North Carolina,"
in which he told of the state's for-.
mer and present supremacy In for
ests and forest products. . Bat he ex
plained that, although North Caro
lina is potentially one of the first
ranking states in forests, she has hot
made the proper arrangements' for
the care of this wealth and that' her
magnificent woodlands are liablw " to
be destroyed in the ceurse of a few
years unless some action is taken to
Some extracts from his paper fol
lows: "Eastern Carolina was fw
merly the home of the long-leaf priw.
A century ago hundreds of thousands
of acres were covered by these ma
jestic trees. As late eyon as three
or four decades ago ejtteasive areas
of that type of timber were still In
tact. But where in North Carolina
today is to be found a long-leaf pine
forest of any size?"
"For many years the eastern por
tion of the state was the sce.to of
an enormous turpentine activity. The
trees were first boxed and the chip
ped as far as the long-handled blades1
could reach. This great novel indus
try caused us to become known as
the Tar Heel State. Following in
the wake of the great rosin and tur
pentine industry came the saw milL
Whole forests were jevpured and no
thought for the morrowas taken by
anybody, and least of all, by those
interested in the lumber industry. No
one seemed td think of the needs
of the future. Now the great for
ests are practically gone and the
small saw mills are completing the
destructive work that the large ones
"In 1914 North Carolina ranked
(Continued on Page 4)
V; M. I. CADETS
Odds Are In Favor of the Fly
ing Squadron But Fetzer
ites Will Fight
V. M. I. HAS GOOD RECORD
With V. M. I. ruling as favorite,
Carolina will play the "Flying Squa
dron" on Mayo Island in Richmond
tomorrow. The interest of two
states has been kindled to a high
pitch by the annual Armistice Day
battle and not since the removal of
the Carolina-Virginia game from the
Old Dominion capital has Richmond
and the State of Virginia looked for
ward to an intra-state game with
quite so much eagerness.
Notables throughout the Middle
Atlantic have signified their inten
tions of attending the game. The
private secretary to President Cool
idge has engaged seats. The Gov
ernor of Virginia has invited the Gov
ernor of North Carolina to attend
as his guest. The fierce battle last
year has left a pleasant taste with
the Virginians, and tomorrow they
will gather in expectation of anoth
er hard fought game. For V. M. I.. '
it is a rally day for Alumni, and the
key to the City of Richmond will he
turned over to the football fans of
V. M. I. still rules the ' favorite.
Following Carolina's defeat at the
hands of Maryland, heavy odds in
favor of V. M. I. wgre obtainable.
Then came the easy yictory over
South Carolina and a decided drop
in odds. By tomorrow it is the pre
diction that betting will be on even
Will "Windy" White be ablo to
play? The star fullback was injured
in the N. C. State game and noth
ing has been heard of him since. IIj
Vas not in the, line-up against Emory
and Henry on Nov. 3. Just what
a onnrlUinn ia linn - 1 1
ed and whether or not he will be able
to play is , a matter of speculation.
'XT' T . il ' .. . ' .
j. i. may do attempting to dupe
Carolina by leaving her under the
impression that White is disabled,
and then marching him out on the
field Saturday. On the other hand
TXrkS4-A . .. 1. . LI. . 1 ...
..in tc inojr ue uuauie to piay ana tne
news has perhaps been with-held
from fear of possible injury to V.
M. I's morale. If White is out. the
"Flying Squadron" wings will be
badly clipped and Carolina's chances
Capt. "Casey" Morris, left end. will
play against Capt Carlton, right end.
It is seldom that in a game of such
importance that two great captains
meet "face to face. Between these
two. individuals there will be waged
as fierce a battle as between the
"Monk" McDonald, playing his
last year of football for Carolina,
will probably be unable to play. The
midget garter has been severely
crippled Tfj aa injured back that gen
erally hampers his work in every
i ') (Continued on Page 4)
1 " " '""t
Carl Wiegrand Will
Try For Bofc Prize
Lawyer Carl .Wlegand has entered
the' race of those competing forwie r
100,000 prtee which will be given to
some one on January 1, 1924. -JEd-ward
B. Bolt, a Philadelphia capital
ist, and former editor of the Ladies
Home Journal, has deposited that
sum for this purpose. A commit
tee of ten men are guardians over
the treasure and will have the pow
er to say to whom shall be given.
One of the committee is Roscoe
Pound, Dean of the Harvard laur
school. Last year students will re
member that he made three speeches
here on the Law of God and Morals.
What requirements are to be met
in order to win this treasurer? One
mast be the accredited author of a
hplan, whereby the Un(ked States may
co-operate with othet nations to
achieve and to preserve the peace of
the world. Furthermore the plan
has to be accepted before its author
gets a chance at the prize,
i Lawyer Wiegand- has about com
pleted the work on his plan, and in
tends to send it in next Saturday.
The contest closes November 15. Sev
eral subsidiary rewards of $5000
each are offered to the author of a
plan which has a part that is ac
cepted. If Mr. Wiegand doesn't gath
er in the grand pile, he still has a
chance at the smaller ones.