TO JT IS SPENT
University Gives the, y, M..C.
A. $b,uuu to carry on Work
., X A. T J. -XT . I .....
into nexi xear.
FIVE ON EMPLOYED STAFF
Big Amount Has Been Latf, Asidfi fori
Neeaea improvement of the I
tteaamg ana nest Kooms.
The finance committee and the board I
of trustees of the University have again I
passed on a f 12,000 budget for theY. M.I
C A. The state, legislature voted for I
it witnpiK a question. b. fact, tne bud-
get or tne Y. M, t, A. is the only budget
1 1 i a. i l . . i i i.i . I
mai went entirely; tnrougn wimout some I
attempt being made to cut it to a lower
figure. The authorities were so grateful
for the work that the Y"j has been
carrying on, and so ambitious for nec-
essary extension of its service that they I
were glad to appropriate half of the!
iz,uuu, tnus leaving $o,ooo for the stu-
dents, faculty, and alumni to raise. .
Just, a glance, at, the Retailed budget I
is enough to. convince a man that $12,-1
000 is a very conservative estimate of I
the cost of a program such as the "Y"
should put on "at an institution of this
size. ,-The $6,000 appropriated by the
University will almost pay the salaries I
: of five on the employed staff, only $1,000
Tlrt m- payf!
oi uic vcgiuiiiug ui tins vcar uiiufuiHeu
to $250., JLt wm estimated that the
printing of the hndbqokj "siiudfjnt and
town , 'directory, posters and booklets
will cost $1,000, while the actual cost
last year was $1,200. " The postage bill
including the sending of the handbook
Will be at least $300. Stationery and
office supplies will cost $200. The. tnipi-
mum cost of keeping up the. reading I
room, as it shoul be kept, is $200. 1
Heretofore, the reading room account
has had to be cut down considerably, I
while every student will agree that morel"16 students.
material has been needed. .One hundred!
dollars i is . .PXP.9&?sLfo,r .records and aau-J
sic, two other items that the "Y" has
never received enougli money to Install. I
The ' telephone and telegraph . pommuw I
cations for the various matters tbst I tractor, tnree electrically anven gar
$175 annually, .Space in the Yacketv Went pressers and a compound shirt
Yafk cqstfi $.74 The Y. M. C. A. pro-
poses to spen4 $5.Q9 fflt, good .speakers,
like Sherwood Eddy; but last year, on 1
account of insufficient funds, it was un-1
able, to secure moe than pne man,' The!
Rural Club is to get $S0; and the boy's
work, including leadership in Boy Scout I
troops and the.Hi-Y clubs, $75. Th.e( it is practical Imppssible to tear a gar
"Y" proposes to spend $300 for socials me"t- The three electric Jroners are
and entertainments, while it will have practically, new on the , market and are
an expense of $300 more for confer-1
ences. whidr jnusj, be .attended and
planned "fqr'fivfiry year, Jt thought .that
$400 should be spent for musical enter-
tainment such as a piano, victrola. and!
radipj articles , which nofortunaUlr
' I I
have had to be left off in the years past
because of the fact that the receiDta
would never allow it. The Interna-
tional Y. M. C. A. committee wUI iret
$100, while the .State Y. M. C. A. com-
mittee is supposed to get $50. The sum-
Jfter ..expenses of the .Y" will be $300
if fhp tTnlvmifv mlamHmnt An nt
cause them to go over this mark. Two
hundred and fifty dollars have been al
lowed for incidentals. All of jhesj i it?ms
(Continue.d on Page Four)
CHANCE ITS WEUP
Cover of the, Alumni Review Is A
Pleasant Surprise to ;Its Readers
Harmopy jn 'CplDr Scheme. .
rne uctoDfr :mimper oi jpe
Rtvieio comes fiorth with a jiew coyer
design ana make jnjp ,w.nwn.j5;fne punr
ncation the eat jappeaMpce or any ..is-;
this iiht hi,,e background is a picture
of thetfvll which is veiy effective, duel
probably a, jts: clvr fewness. The
Well anij name plate is done in shades
of brown ad.ftjmqne.eJEeqtJyely wlfji
the backgr9un?., !
The generfll BBHe 'up jof;tbe publica-
tion has also undergone a very. decided!
change for ,,$e -better.,, , A ,ery err
estlng table of contents summarizes con-
ditions on the campus in athletics,,.b.uald-
ings, changes and scholarships : in a, way
that will prove most enlightening as
well as delightful reading matter to the
.The expsspd purpose, of ajumni pub
1 cations Is to keen the alumni of the in
stitution in ,iuch ith , he , Vlve.rsity
anil with Its Alumni. This nnrnnse Is
evidently strictly adhered to in prepar-
Ino. th Trnlvritv' .Inmnl nnhllca-
tion. .Much favomble comment has
been heard reitardlnir the current num-
bar of the R.tUv.
MANY GIRLS ARE
COMING FOB THE
BIG GRAIL DANCE
Girls Will Come, Over for Trin-
ity Game and Stay for
MUSIC IS FROM DURHAM
Order of the Grail Dances Hold, Very
Excellent Reputation for Conduct
nd Efficient Management.
large crqwd of visiting girls and
co - eds are expected to attend the Grail
dance tqnight in Bynum gymnasium. A
good number: of boys are baying gju-js
over for the gam? with Trinity this aft
ernoon and for the dance tonight.
, . ...
Urail dances made, an excellent repu-
tation for themselves last year for tfyefr
cleanliness and real good times. Tlje
Order of the Grail Is striving to ejfen
surpass the record dances of last year, in
order to give Carolina students dances
to fill In between the regular dances of
the German Club. The Order plans, to
have these dances as often as possible,
and yejt not create a. desire for them.
Dancing will begin tonight at nine
and continue until twelve. Music will
be furnished by the Piedmon,t Strollers
of Durham. Admksion to the dative will
remain the same as of last year, that
NEW DELIVERY PLAN
HAS GREAT SUCCESS
No Bundles Have Been LoBt As Ye
New Equipment Has Been
Added to Laundry.
The new delivery .system that
University Lpundry Department
ftdppted was put in operation last week.
All bundles had been delivered by Fi
day night. 1 his is another convenience
w! the laundry as brought about ior
The foundry Is now operating all of
the .new machinery . that ,ni Jmngfat at
tne beginning of this year. Ihe new
machinery Includes : .One jlage motor.
drlY?n wP3en, .turbjne, one "large ex-
The large extractor, which is of ,gxtra
5!?? i?J rins?n& ha? . jevQlicing ca-
Pcy 01 revolutions per minute.
! equipped with a pew device,
namely a sejt-oaiancing Daskqt. J,ms
basket is automatically airtight so that
iost numan in operation, in? com
BSHSd J?hrt .ironing .linit , consists xf five
.dffsrejtf .Blftcllines, giving an added ea-
.PAW -P4t .ftWI JUWW per wee.
The laundry department has an
i ! X. 1 Xl J. J.
"MM? JW mucn Pleasure wyi ppi
M?ne bHn.d!e has been misplaced this year
througn tne lauit oi tne ,iaunpry. ft
Would Je .appreciated by the laundry
d?Partp?ent, if those mep living , in fra-
tWlty tow, ,WPUd put their address
wn In .Teal American, wean raui-
A0 W -H? .W wer 80 un
fortunate as to have atot received
course or ureeK m tneir education,
Try-Outs for ,Ca,ptS of
Three New JE!ajf s Monday
Try-outs for the Carolina Haymakers
will be held Mnda,; October 13th, at
four o'clock in jtjenrard Hall.
The new plavs,, selected after the au
thor's readjngt . Thursday night, are
three in number. They are "Bonava", a
play of reconstruction days by Judge
Bphert Winstojn, ,of Chapel HJI
''Swamp Nights", .a new play on tfie
Lowries, ,by 'Vill,iam Cox, of Rowland,
w c.j And '.'Straight Ticket", a moon-
I epmedy built arguid an election and
.n, marriage,, by Martha Boswell,
f. Brevard, N.tC
Begin Marathon Initiations
yjg tyQ gocial organizations of Bul
and ghieks have started out on the!
annual jnarathon . initiations. These two
orders have .earned the reputation ,of
having the -longest initiations of any
other -organlxations on.ihe campus.
,The Bulls, with iheir red banded
straw hats ,and -red .flowing ties, came
out only-to be closely followed by thei
deadly rvals, the Shieks, adorned wjth
I turbans and yellow sashes,
-Those .undergoing the Shiek lnitja.
I tion ares. Byron Glenn, Tom Pearsall, T;
- 1 T. : Holderness, Jun .hannonhouse, Andy
- 1 nw",i r.- -
Miss Bessie Davenport, '24, has ac
cepted a position with the firm of Wal
ter S. Liddell, insurance brokers fit
Charlotte, Mty w" on Ve
Tm Hin, staff lat year,
CHI PHI WILL BE ;
HELD NEXT WEEK
J . v..-." '
Gamma Phi Local Will be In
stalled as Alpha Alpha
Chapter of Chi Phi,
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
Many Visitors are Expected to Attend
Initiation Ceremony, Banquet
Gamma Phi iocal will be installed as
the ' . Ipha Alpha chapter of the Chi
Phi fraternity next Tuesday and Wed:
nesday. A program of ceremonials and
events has been sent out to all members
of the national organisation in the state
along with an invitation to attend the
installation. Representatives ..from sev
eral chapters of Chi Phi and alumni
members of the fraternity iave already
signified their intention of attending toe
ceremonials .and. jjje .ojhejt rents of tie
The initiation ,cerem.pjjy proper will
begin Tuesday, morning in the lodge
room of -the Gamma Phi house and will
continue until', about eight-thirty that
evening. , The.gra,nd councu of the Chi
Phi fraternity will act in Its capacity
as installation officials added, by. a spec
ial initiation committee, chpseii fjoxa the
alumni of this state. Congressman John
H. Small, of Washington, Coach S. W.
Alexander, qf Durham, and P K Schuy
ler, chief .bridge engineer of the Si;ate
Highway. Commission, will serve on flys
A. Holley Rudd,s an. pfficial of . the
Pennsylvania railway system and head
of the national organization of the fra
ternity, is expected to arrive in Dur
ham early Tuesday morning in his pri
vate railroad car with the qthfjr .national
officers of Chi Phi.
Immediately after the,. initiation cere
monies will be the installation .banqiift
given by the local chapter to all visjthjg
members and the officiate, This1 banquet
will be hcjd in the ,Coop.
Wednesday morning" and afternoon
will be given over to the entertainment
pf the visitors. Among other .things
planned is an auto sight seeing trip to
Pinehurst and golf. Wednesday evening
the formal Chi Phi installation dance
will take place in Raleigh at the
Womans Ciub. Invitations have been
sent to all the fraternities on the Hill
and a large attendance is expected. The
members of the local chapter are hav
ing a number of girls qver for .the dance.
Chaperones who have already been se
cured for the affair include Miss Ida
Morrison, Hon. and Mrs. W. N. Ever-
ette, and Col. and Mrs. Albert L. Cox,
all of Raleigh; Mr, and Mrs. C. T. Wool
len, Mrs., J. B. Bullitt, Mr. and Mrs.
francis F. Bradshaw, and Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Comer, all of Chapel Hill.
Thursday the installation party and
visitors will be guests of the chapter
at the State Fair in Raleigh in the
porning and the annual Carolina-State
football game in the afternoon.
The Chi Phi chapter here is to be re
vived, since there, was formally a chap
ter of the fraternity in the University,
In fact the Southern Order of Chi Ph!
was founded at the University on Au
gust 21, 1858. This order was later
united with two other orders of Chi
Phi known as, .the Princeton prdejr and
the Hobart Order to form the present
Chi Phi fraternity. The archives bf the
organization contain papers and min
utes recording the founding of the .first
order at Princeton on December 24,
1824. A centennial celebration of this
founding will J?e held in Chicago the
last three days of this year.
The fraternity has at present twenty-
six active chapters, and with the addi
tion of the North Carolina chapter and
the VandqhjUt chapter, which will also
be installed .next Week, Jthe total wiii
Some very interesting bits of history
(are connected with the local chapter.
The North Carolina chapter was given
(Continued on Pag Four)
.Will Take Place Tonight
Initiation of new. members into the
Phi and Dl societies will take place to
night at 7:30 o'clqck, according to pro
grams formulated at the first meetings
,of the year, held .last 'Saturday.
The societies' this year are not con
ducting the old type of membership
campaign, which was more or less of
hit-or-miss plan and sought members
whether they were interested or not,
.canvas has been made of the dormito
ries, and all interested men have been
nvited to come out andfiin. :
During the week L. T. Rogers, speaker
of jthe ,Philantbropic Assembly, made
short ..talk in chapel, in which he ex
plained to the freshmen the purpose and
objective of the societies, and issued an
Invitation, to .Join to all those interested,
MISS DRAPER IN
Miss Draper, Not Only Holds
But Also Makes Audience :
CREATES 50 CHARACTERS
Sketch on New York . Flapper Wins
Praise While Southern Girl Does
Not Register Success.
JU bail to the renaissance of interest
in the arts t Two years ago when a cele
brated monojogist appeared in Chapel
Hill to give a very fine performance, a
pitiful audience of a handful of people
But a really creditable, enthusiastic
and intelligent audience greeted the ap-
ne&rance of. Miss Ruth Draner in her
pjogram, pf "original character sketch
es" Tuesday evening in. Memorial HalL
Miss Draper created well over fifty
d,5finite characters to people the stage,
which was bare save for two bright tig
ured screens. She wore the same simplt
green gown during the entire program,
using a variety of shawls to suggest te
costumes. Showing absolute freedom in
the use of her voice and truly remark
able ability in the use of her whole body.
especially her hands, Miss Draper moved
easily through a program of sketches
which covered a variety of emotions. In
portraying the .characters she was nevr
guilty of stage tricks, and. rarely verged
on caricature, almost completely avoid
ing mimicry. For two hours practically
the whole, audience sat tensely watching
her eypry movement, listening to avoid
losing a single, sound.
Miss Draper not only held her au
dience by amusing and interesting them.
b,ut she made, the crowd work. Swayed
by her acute sense of characterization
their imaginations were working over
Miss Draper was unusual in her un
affected and simple manner' qf entrance.
ureeted by a storm of applause she im
mediately gained the attention of the
audience in the very first sketch "Three
Generations, in a Court of Domestic Re
lations", in which she probably showed
at a great ability, versatility and depth
as .In any other part of the program. : I:
a second's time she threw a shawl qver
her head and an old Jewish woman with
sunken cheeks, and sullen eyes turned
speaking to the judge in very broken
.English. Xhen the younger woman
spoke and .last' of all the flippant, mem
ber of the new generation who "was just
different, ' that's all," stood before the
judge twitching at her garments and
patting at her hair. Here Miss Draper'i
outstanding talent - was first revealed,
The young Gentile to whom the girj was
engaged seemed quite as vivid as the
hree. characters who spoke. There was
grim irony and - acute penetration into
the Jewish question in the sketch,
The "Boss-topian at the art exhibi
tion who thought "art was just lovely'
and likewise the little cows and the
stream; was true to life and to type to
the nth degree. Here Miss Drape:
showed an absolutely faithful knowledge
bf the correct accent The sarcasm and
(Continued on page four)
STATE GAME TICKETS
HAVE GONE ON SALE
.... , . " -1
Are Now Obtainable at the Graduate
Manager s uuice special
Train .to .Kun.
Tickets have already gone on sale for
the annual football game between State
College and the University on Thurs
day of Fair Week. It is necessary to
present .registration cards at the qf
fice of the' Graduate Manager in Alumni
building to buv a ticket for the game.
Regular price to the game is $2.00, but
students may secure tickets for half
price on presfntatiqn qf their registra
The special train will be run again
this year, it has been announced. The
round trip fare has been announced as
$1,89. The train .will leave Chapel Hill
on Thursday morning at 8:00 a. m. and
will leave Raleigh on the return trip ,to
the Hill at midnight. Many students
are planning Oon taking advantage of
this special round trip price while oth
ers are counting on going with the jit
ney drivers who are operating cars on
round trip prices on the day of the
game. " -
The train will arrive in Raleigh
time for students to attend the Fair just
before the game and will not leave the
city until midnight, thus allowing stu
dents to catch the dance in the Audi
torium the night of the game.
Chcr Leader Huggins has mapped
out a special pep meeting on the square
in Raleigh just before the game. De
tails, will be given out regarding this
pep. f est later on.
HOWARD JONES' BLUE DEVILS PLAY
THE FETZERS' TAR HEELS IN FIRST
GAME ON LOCAL GROUND THIS YEAR
iUJN GUAM'S TEAM
Carolina's : Ta '" Ijabies, romped .
over Bingham' team yesterday aft-,
ernoon on Emerson field for a twen
ty to nothing victpry. , ,
Neither team scored j in the first
quarter, although the frosh made
several large gains, including one of ,
forty yards, only to be called back ,
for off sides.
FerrelL freshman full back, car
ried the ball ior a touchdown in the
second quarter, and Shepherd kicked
goal. Immediately following the,
first score came a seven.ty-flve yard
run, by Isor, frosh quarter back, for
a touchdown, and, Shepherd again
kicked goal. '
Simpson, who was substituted for
Isor .in the .third quarter, made the
third touchdown after carrying the '
bail down the field for several large
The last twelve minutes of play
resulted in a kicking and passing
duel, with many fumbles inter
mixed, and neither side scoring.
. Carolina . made fourteen first
downs to Bingham's none. Passes
were numerous in the second half,
with both teams completing several
long ones. ' "
Bingham's only chance to score
came in the third quarter, when a
' drop kick for goal failed by a har
row margin. '
NOW UNDER WAY
Twelve Men Left in
THE TOURNAMENT HERE
xt n i x .".
No Promising Double Material Has
Sixteen matches have been nlaved so
far for "the elimination "of cihdiduTes
for varsity tennis. Twelve of the new
men are still left in the running and the
remaining matches will be played off in
a few days. '
Unless some excellent doubles mate-
rial shows itself in the new bunch, trie
members of last year's varsity Sole-
man, Fuller, Whitaker, and Blaylock
will Drobablv be scheduled for th two
doubles teams. ' '
Reserve signs have been put up on the
two courts back of Memorial Hall, which
means that all other students are asked
f ir-. I.., Wk ' L
W V.. U1K .LI T V. Wl.ll UIU1 bU 111 I.
varsity. ' '
In the Sarin, tennis enthusiasts will
iret a new attraction. The State Colle-
iate TournamenL which w formerlv
held at Greensboro, will be held at Chap- ca?'d uPon ? Play 'the 'entire game lo
el Hill this year. cY.e.r has been on the sick list
Some of the new men Anderson. Ged- and' wniIe not seriously ill, is not' at his
die, Kelly, Elgin, and Bullock are play-
inK unusually good tennis, and all of the
bunch are fighting hard for the tout, out
or eight remaining varsity positions.
Injured in Scrimmage
The first major casualty among the
frosh football players happened, last
weanesuay, wnen tne iar wapies en-
gagea in a nara scrimmage wiui .me
O. E. Davis, former all state end fori
Sanford, broke his collar bone when
attempting to tackle Hackney, oi tne
varsity crew. Hackney had plunged
through the line for a good gain whjn
Davis came up from beliind and made
the tackle. The freshman end will
probably be out for the rest of t ie
The freshman put up a good offence
aguinst the .varsity, although they were
unable to make any appreciable gains
... m .
35 Men Report
ForvTraining in Wrestling
The 35 men out for wrestling are
worKing out, at present, on ine top nopr
i. i i . l a . a
of New West.
One large trip will be taken by the
team inis year. i is at present un
decided whether it will be a northern
or a southern trip. If the team Wes
north, they will probably get a match
with the Navy, as well "as V. M. I. and
Men are out for six or more differ
ent weights 188 lbs. through 178 lbs.,
and over, if possible. Most of them are
out for the weights from 139 lbs. on
C. E. Spencer, '24, is teaching schoollvanced work In the study of the brain
at RcidsvUle, N. C
Trinity Defeated by State by
Very Small Score.
YALE GAME GIVES HOPES
Second Game at Chapel Hill
Since Resumption of Foojb-
JJaii at Trinity in 1922.
CAROLINA HAS BOILY BACKFIELD
Bullock and Lagerstadt on Methodists'
Sick List While Carolina Boasts
of a Healthy List Herself.
For the second time in the twentieth
century, the Ter 1 tels will be hosts to
the Blue Devils when the Trinity eleven
comes to Emerson field for the annual
encounter this afternoon.
The Jones eeven is pretty much of
an unknown quanity this year. Although
beaten by State the Blue Devils fought
them on even terms for a half, and sta
tistics of the game show that first
downs were even at seven all. They
trounced the Guilford eleven nicely a
week ago but that was an expected
event with only the score in 'doubt.
While trinity did not run up the heavy
score against the Quaker eleven that
the team of last year did, they seemed
to be complete masters of the 'field and
the greater "part 'of the time the second
string was doing the playing.
uarolina, after the Wake Forest set
back, played A good game against the
Yale Bulldog' and' raised the hopes of
students and alumni for a winning team.
After light' practice for a few days fol
lowing the stiff game with "pld Ell,"
the Fetzers put their charges through
hard scrimmages and the team that will
represent Carolina on Emerson field this
afternodn is expected to be several points
better than that defeated two weeks
ago by. the Gharrity gridmen! All the
me are. in good shape with the excep
tion or Habbit JJonner, who is still . suf
fering with a swollen W. Should he
be' unable to ploy, ' dopesters are' pre-
dieting that Jeff Fordham will get the
call( 8Underwoodi Dill, flnd Cobb are
all making a strong bid for a place, and
K 18 PssltMe W "ttaomtt s" place
wiU -"3 of them.,The Jina. will
Probably be the same as that of the
Wake Forest Same although Whisnant
ana "0Dmsn making Jackson hump
i in practice to Keep nis place.
ta"nS few men of experience
aound whiSh to develop his team, How-
ard Jones struck bad luck and lost his
tw, most valuab,le back? Bulck :.ni
agersiaat, tnrougn injuries, tie Ha
unearthed a "find" in Frank, and with
tlle abillty that -bled him to turn out
a team caP.ablc .?' wbiPPinK Yale mV
abIM PjuS me of the holes by
development of likely prospects.
. ...... . " ,' . .;
An " epidemic of boils and sickness
has 1 ihe Carolina camp since" the
retun fm Nf Haven with the re-
sult that several substitutes may. be
be.st and Robinson or Murphy may get
a cPance toatlJr to alte his position.
George Sparrow too has been off colour
and may not be able to play the entire
game. ' Bonner, Underwood and Deyln
are all suffering with boils, which, while
not enough to keep them from playing
win nuri ipeir worK. Taking into con-
sideration these factors and the uncer-
tainty'as to' whom Jones will piay, a
line-up is very much of a guess, but in-
dications ere that these men will most
likely take the field this afternoon.
Emilie Rose Knox Will
piv tt... pAfra Co5li
I- ' " 11 ' . b
The possibility that Miss EmUie Rose
Knox unowned violinist, will appear in
Chapel Hill again before she goes
abroad next Inonth 'or .extended study,
I was connrmea recently when an in-
structor in the Department of Music
nau a snort interview witn ner over
i iiinn nicroniu
long distance telephone. Miss Jn'oxex-
'I pressed her great desire to come to
Chapel Hill again ' before sailing for
Europe. ' In her past concerts here, she
has made an extraordinary record, and
probably no other artist has "attained
the degree of popularity among (Caro-
I . .
,ina students as has Miss Knox.
Messrs. M..V. Jackson, of Chapel Hill,
a P J' W Kocky. Mount, and Dr.
J. a. atncklanu, or JN or folk, va., were
initiated into the Acacia .Fraternity
Tuesday evening, Oct. 7th, 924.
Dr. Strickland is an alumnus of
Carolina, haying taken bis .first two
years of medicine in 1906-'08. Since
that. time, he has been operating a hos
pital in .Norfolk for . neuro-psychiatric
patients. He is at present taking ad-
lnd nervoui system at the. University.