JUDGE BATTLE'S PORTRAIT
Manning Hall 11:00 A. M.
JUNIOR CLASS EDITION
TALK ON "THE SOUL"
REV. JOHN R. HART, JR.
Chapel of Cross 7:00 P. M.
CHAPEL HILL,- N. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1927
TAR HEELS TAKE
FIRST GAME OF
V. M. I. Loses To Flying
Phantoms By Score , of
33 to 14.
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The Tar Heels won their first
game of the Northern trip when
they defeated the V. M. I. bas
ketball team Saturday night at
Lexington, Virginia, 33 to 14.
The Carolina second team
started off the game and played
25 minutes before they were
yanked in favor of the varsity.
The subs played great ball, arid
led the Cadets 15 to 7 at half
time. The following up work
of lankyPurser was largely res
ponsible for the 8 point lead at
the half. ,
Satterfield and Price were the
brilliant luminaries for the win
ners while Frost and Mundy
played best for V. M. I.
The Phantoms journeyed to
Washington D. C immediately
after the game at Lexington,
and met the strong University
of Maryland quint at College
Park last night.
Line-up and summary :
'Carolina (33) V. M. I. (14)
Position , r
Sides Harner (3)
Price (10) L. B. Fulkerson (4)
Purser (6) Frost (4)
Baggett Bellinger Jl f
Morris (3) Mondy (2)
Substitutions: Carolina Satterfield
(4), R. Hackney, Vanstory (1), Per
kins, (5), B. Hackney (4). V. M. I.
McGlone. Referee, Carrington.
JOHN HART SPEAKS
IN CHAPEL TODAY
Conducts Series of Lectures on Mod
y ern Interpretation of Bible.
The Rev. John R. Hart, Jr.,
of the University of Pennsyl
vania, will be at Carolina
through tomorrow night, con
tinuing his series of addresses
on faith and the modern inter
pretation of the Bible. The Rev.
Mr. Hart will talk in chapel to
day and tomorrow; at Chapel
of the Cross tonight at 7:00
o'clock, and will hold the final
service of his visit at the Chapel
of the Cross tomorrow at 7:00
p. m.. There will be a celebra
tion of the Holy Communion at
the church at 7 :30 a; m. tomor
In chapel toclay, his subject
will be "The College Star, and
his Faith." Mr. Hart will talk
tonight on "whether or not you
have a soul," and will talk to
morrow night concerning the
"results of religious , life, what
particular contribution religion
has for life, and what is gotten
out of it." '
Mr. Hart arrived at the -University
Friday to conduc a ser
ies of student addresses at Car
olina and. at the Chapel of' the
Cross, in connection with the
Between meetings, Mr. Hart
will be at the Y. M. C. A. to
hold interviews upon any sub
ject , with' students and others
who may be interested in reli
gion, morals, ethics, psychol
ogy and personal . topics. t. .
OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1928
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Junior class, officers, left to right: Van Core, Student Council Represen
tative; Norwood Carroll, Secretary; Walter Kelley, President; Ed Avent,
Vice-President; and ToTn Young, Treasurer.
Property Man Careless, Girls
In Scandals Lost Part of Apparel
FINDS BUCK; JR.
Otherwise Reviewer finds the
Show Mediocre Heavy Em
phasis on the Spectacular.
Carolina Loses 1
The Tat Heel basketeers lost
to Maryland at College Park
last night by the score of 28-20.
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"Unaccustomed as I am to
seeing Scandals 'peaches' " we
might almost refrain from mak
ing committed statement but
George White's Seventh Edition
of the Scandals is an error and
alas, we also erred. After see
ing the Vanitie's a few months
ago and comparing them to the
Scandals, we say that the next
timfe we go;, to see the Scandals,
we'll go. to. the Orpheum.
'Mri, White has. built his Scan
dalous reputation around the
snectacular and after one crood
look ai the chorus, we heartily
agreed thai they were spectacles.
The girls ranged from the ath
letically muscular to the corn-
fed type but there were a half
dozen mediums for - which we
Excepting John Getz's--we
might say he who.Getz slapped
rendition of "All Alone" the
singers all needed oiling and in
one scene Lillian Norwood look
ed as if she would . have been
grateful for the services of a
pulrtiotor. Sonia DeCalva sang.
The program said so. But we
thought she was a train an
nouncer. The dancing was right hotsky.
Crotty and Berk did their stuff
in some rather excellent soft sole
and clog steps, And an apache
dance, its burlesque and' a few
steps from the chorus were good.
The Black Bottom disappointed
us sorely. It should have been
called Shake That Thing. ; '
Of Chorus ,
Now we hate o mention this
subject in a polite review but
about the only lewdness of the
show was the unnecessary dis
play of bovinistic forms, but we
have already passed judgment
on the chorines... Of chorus,
some of the chorus was chorus
but then we have to let nature
take its chorus. Getz and How
ard led the laugh contest and a
few of the jokes ; were . really
haughty but nice. . v Other gags
must have originated when the
Appalachian geo-synclin (was
forming. We. blushed deeply
when one bit of mud was slung
at the fair name of Chapel Hill.
Other cracks preceeded and fol
lowed; we tried to follow them
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. Presentation of Battle
Portrait This Morning'"
A-valuable oil portrait vf
Judge' William H. Battle
will be presented to the
Law School Association by,
Thomas H. Battle, of Rocky :
Mount, Herbert B. Battle,
Alabama, and William J. '
this mnrnincr in Mm-minor I
Hall at 11:30.
: ;;; Hill . . Yaybproughv Presii ,
dent of the Law Association
will preside, and receive the
portrait on the part of the
Association. Mr. Frank
Spruill, of ; Rocky Mount,
will make ,the speech of
presentatioh! x President
Chase will ccept t in be
half of the University, and
Acting Dean Mcintosh in
behalf of the Law School.
Three Plays Here
Thursday and Friday
The Carolina Playmakers will
present their bill of three plays
here Thursday and Friday of
this week in the Playmaker The
atre. The plays to be presented
are The Muse of the Unpublish
ed Writer by Alice Radewald,
Lighted Candles by Margaret
Bland, and a revivial of In Dix
on's Kitchen, a comedy, by Wil
bur ,Stout and Ellen" Lay.. Seat
sale will go on Wednesday at
Sutton . and Alderman's drug
store where tickets will also be
exchanged for those people hold
ing season tickets.
Lose Norwich Match;
Score By Telegram
In the first meet of the Car
olina Rifle Club held Thursday
and Friday nights of last week,
the local team lost to Norwich
University by the score of 1576
to 1927. Each team fired on its
own range and compared the
scores by telegraph reports. Ten
men fired on each team, the five
highest scorers counting.
The local club was organized
about a year ago and did some
shooting on the outdoor range
last spring and fall, but just
started work in gallery this
quarter. This was the first
match held by the club in the
gallery. Also it was the first
match of any kind with an out
door team. The high scorer for
Carolina are as follows: B. S.
Colburn, 339; Joe Reece, 321;
Haywood Parker, 319; George
Holmes, 317; and, Martin Kel
Norwich University has one
of the strongest rifle teams in
the country. They placed fourth
in the National Intercollegiate
matches held at Annapolis last
May, losing to the Navy leams
and George Washington University.-;
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V.M. I. WRESTLERS
DOWN TAR HEELS
Southern Conference Champs
Win Slow Match By Score
of 16 to 13.
BY 5 TO 2 SCORE
First Defeat for Cavaliers By
Southern Team In Six
High School Basket
Series Gets Started
Soon; 103 Entrants
Final arrangements are now
being made for the thirteenth
annual high school , basketball
contest, which will be held dur
ing the rest of this month. The
championship game of the ser
ies will be played at Chapel Hill
about the 5th of March.
Conferences of faculty mem
bers of both the eastern and the
western groups to make plans
for the schedule of games jare
being held this week. The east
ern fcroup met last night at the
Sir i Walter Hotel, Raleigh; the
western group meets tonight at
the Yadkin Hotel, Salisbury. The
championship games will begin
at once as soon as these two con
ferences have been held.
In a rather slow niatch on Sat
urday night; the V. M. I. wrest
ling team, champions of the
Southern Conference for three
times defeated the Tar Heel mat-
men by a score of 16 to 13. The
meet was tied' twice at 8 and 11
points and finally depended en
tirely upon the unlimited match
This bout was won by the V. M
L captain, Culp, after a fall in
two minutes and twenty-five sec
Summary: 115-pounds: : Mayfleld
(V. P. I.) won on a fall from Uzzell
(N. C.) in nine minutes, thirty sec
125 pounds: Motsinger (N. C.) won
time decision over Davis (V. M. I.).
Time advantage of fifty-eight seconds
in one extra period.
135 pounds: Wilson (V. M. I.) won
time decision over Leary (N. C).
Time advantage six minutes, thirty
145 pounds: Gardner (N. C.) won
on fall from Moss (V. M I.) in four
minutes, fifty seconds.
158 pounds: Woodbury (V. M. I.)
won. time decision over Taylor (N.
C"). Time advantage five minutes,
twelve seconds in two extra periods.
175 pounds: Captain Warren (N.
C.) won time decision over Fields
(V. M. I.)- Time advantage three
minutes, thirty-nine seconds.
Unlimited: Capt. Kulp (V. -M. I.)
won fail over Abbitt (N. C.) in two
minutes, twenty-five seconds. -
Score; Carolina, 11; V. M. I., 16.
Referee, Bailey (High Point Y. M.
The Carolina boxers outclass
ed the University of Virginia
mittmen and defeated them 5-2
Saturday night in the Tin Can.
This was the first time the Cav
aliers had been defeated by a
southern team and the third time
by any team in six years. The
other two defeats were handed
them by Colgate in 1924 and
Penn State last season.
With the exception of the
featherweight and lightweight
classes the Tar Heels outclassed
them in every department of the
game. Brown and Butler had
to go extra rounds, but they won
their scraps by good margins.
Captain Charles Mabbutt, presi
dent of South Atlantic Amateur
Boxing of the American Athletic
Union, refereed the bouts. He
has been coach or manager of
several Olympic teams. He com
plimented the students on their
behavior during the bouts and
predicted "a great future for
inter-collegiate boxing here."
Summary: Bantamweight: Carpen
ter, Carolina, won decision over Kelly,
Virginia (four rounds). Feather
weight: Hugo, Virginia, won decision
over Meigs, Carolina, lightweight;
Captain Memminger, Virginia, won
technical knockout over Russell, Car
olina, in the first round. Welter
weight, Butler, Carolina, won deci
sion over York, Virginia. Middle
weight: Brown, Carolina, won deci
sion over Urmston,. Virginia (four
rounds). Light heavyweight: War
ren, Carolina, won a technical knock
out over Kinchlos, Virginia' (one min
ute, 30 seconds of first round). Heavy
weight: Captain Shuford, Carolina,
won decision over Gleaves, Virginia.
Score: Carolina, 5; Virginia, 2.
Referee: Mabbutt (Baltimore).
Judges: Tilson (Duke), Wood (Char
lotte). Time Keepers: Daniel (Vir
ginia), Way (Carolina). Seconds;
Woodley (Va) ; Presson and Summer
TO GET OPTIONAL
Spring Holidays To Come At End
of Winter Quarter Next
Year Schedule Adopted.
At the last meeting of the fac
ulty three decisions of prime im
portance to students were reach
ed. Each of the three matters
has been under discussion for
some time, and the decisions
come as a resulfof much con
sideration and thought.
' The first is "That, for the
spring quarter of the year 1926
1927, all rules governing class
attendance of juniors and
seniors in junior-senior courses
be waived except for those few
who may be on probation during
This innovation is to be con
ducted as a trial experiment for
one quarter If the student
body of Carolina realizes just
what this step means and coop
erates to make a success of it,
then in all probability it will be
continued as a regular, policy of
the University, a member of the
The abolition of compulsory
class attendance is regarded as
a forward step toward the ideal '
of .modern education, in which
airresponsibility devolves upon
the individual, students.
The second ruling of the fac
ulty concerns the equalization of
quarters. The tentative sche
dule for the year 1927-28 as
printed in the Tar Heel some
weeks ago was accepted by the
faculty with some minor
Of the changes in the present
schedule the most significant one
is the placing of the spring vaca
tion between the winter and
spring quarters rather than at
Easter time. (This change will
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ATHLETICALLY, JUNIORS RANK
AS TOP-NOTCHERS IN PROWESS
Member of Class Finds That They Can "Toot Their Horn" With
out Being Egotistical Group Contains Some of
Best Athletes. .
The final four days of this
week will positively be the last
time the Yackety Yack photog
rapher will make a trip here to
take individual and organization
pictures. Make your appoint
ments today at Sutton and Al
derman's. From Wednesday on
through the remainder of the
week appointments.! must j be
made at the Y. M C Ar where
the photos are being taken.'. ; vi
A writer of popular songs is
said to be deaf. It seems a very
(By "Mutt" Evans)
"He who tooteth not his own
horn, will find that it remaineth
in a state of untootedness." '
This article will be devoted to
the distinctive purpose of con
vincing everyone that the world
at large has made, a sad mistake
in adapting the superstition that
the University of North Caro
lina has four classes. We have
plenty of scientific and phil
osophic proof that the Univer
sity boasts of but one class and
that, the only class is the one
to which this issue of the Tah
Heel is dedicated ! (Whoa there !
back up ye Frosh, Sophs, and
Seniors). As to athletics, let us
- The Carolina coaches 'could
place a varsity football team on
Emerson field composed entirely
of Juniors, and no one would suf
fer qualms of conscience. What
coach's heart would not miss a
beat or two when he saw a back
fiekf made up of Tom Young,
Billy Ferrell, Tom Gresham, and
Norman Block," trot out on "ye
ole turf?" Ferrell first won;
laurels as a quarterback at
Woodberry Forest, and he won't
mind a bit being shifted to his
old pilot position. Just take a
peek at Captain Garrett More
head, Charlie Lipscomb and
Nolan Faulkner and we might al
most agree that they are all the
line necessary. But we have a
few more' football men and al
though they haven't won a letter
in the sport, they are very capa
ble performers. Ed Butler is a
halfback by trade, but we will
shift him to end in order, to pair
up on the flanks and be the mate
of Morehead. , Lipscomb will
toss 'em back thru his legs. Jack
Davis will play one guard, and
we will let Thompson, Twiford,
and Beard flip a coin for the oth
er guard. (Author's note no
Maizie, that's not Notre Dame's
1928 line-up, just a few Carolina
Juniors!) By the way, Ed
Hudgins, himself, (in person),
varsity manager, will manage
The tig gun of this year's var
sity, Billy Vanstory, is a mem
ber of our class. And then
there's Worth Morris and Carr
Purser, and a bunch of other lads
on the squad. '
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