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Sherwood Anderson Lecture
Movement Underway to Protest
btudent Vote in Election
Contention Comes from Junius
H. Harden, Who Was Defeat
ed for Congress from the
if th Congressional District
By Major Chas. JM. Stedman
Junius H. Harden, of Burlington,
Republican candidate for Congress
from the fifth Congressional district,
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aneges that m the. election held on
November 6, between 300 and 400
students of the University who were
not qualified to vote, did vote and
thus brought about the election of
, ' Major Chas. ,M. Stedman of Greens
boro, the Democratic candidate. Al
though the official count of the bal
lots has not been made, it appears on
the unofficial returns that Major
Stedman was elected "by a majority of
siigntiy less than 500
Mr. Harden has said that the de
partment of justice is Being requested
to investigate the election. He has
turned the matter over to his asso
ciates whose only interest in it, . he
says, is to see that the law is obeyed
and the sanctity of the ballot pre
served., v ;
Charles Robertson, mayor of Chap
el Hill, characterizes, the claim as "a
he of the whole cloth," He says that
, was iouna .that approximately -Jl 40
students of the University voted and
all of them were qualified. The reg
istrar ot the Chapel Hill precinct has
confirmed the statement that only 40
See Tar Heels
mg accepting an invitation to
visit the University of Virginia
on Thanksgiving day, having
luncheon with President Edwin
A. Aldermait, and later witness
ing for a -time at least, the foot
ball game between the Universi
ties of Virginia and North Car
olina. ;-. -'.v. .
President Coolidge will spend
a few days vacation around
Thanksgiving Day at the Swan
nanoa Country Club' in the .; Blue
Ridge Mountains about 30 miles
from Charlottesville, -where the
University of Virginia is located.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1928
AND PRIZES OPEN
Most Valuable Prize Is $25,000
Offered by .Will- C.
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Announcement has been made by
the Dean's office that an unusual
number of valuable prizes and scholar
ships are o
CLUB TO LEAVE
IS DECEMBER 7-8
Delegates of Alumni Clubs Will
Gather for Sessions of Gen
University alumni have their annual
business meeting in the fall of the
year, rather than at CommencemPTit.
n to students, graduates, time . when reunion festivi
and instructors. in the University. ', fer with business- Ann,PfflPnt
The. most valuable prize that may has alreadv been ff wiq9q
Z Wn. oLCQl fge men -thls winter is Gener Assembly of the Alumni As
the $25,000 prize offered to the citi- sociation will be held TW
zen of the - United States who will and 8th. r -
present the most practical plan for ; All -University nf Nnrrrni;
the efficient working and enforcement alumni clubs and all organized classes
of the Volstead Act and the Eighteen- have votes in the General ARSphW
Amendment. 'The donor of this and will be exbected tn lvoW,t0,
prize is Will C. Durant, automobile in Chapel Hill for the sessions of the
manufacturer, and one time chair- Assembly. : Anv aluma:nf h0 tt
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man oi 'tne uenerai Motors corpora- versity may attend the session of the
tlOn. ': : 4c.nVl , j : . .,
Those who wish, to compete for the are onen to all. Fsvmlt 0WD,.c,
Durant Enforcement prize must also invited, as are members of 'the
present their ideas in not more than student bodv who mav rt
two-thousand words and mail their an inside picture of the work with
essays to The Prize Committee on the which the Alumni Association iscon
18th Amendment, Room " 2401 Fisk cerned. . '
Building, New York City, on or be- ; The first session of th tqoq qq.
iw -.vww lltVVV
Soutlierii Confereece on
.uctipri Opens Toilay
Coppridge To Give
: ; j
On Saturday night-November.
17th at 7:30 P. BE in the lecture
hall of the Medical Building Dr.
Coppridge a, well known G. U.
Specialist of Durham, N. C,
- will deliver an illustrated lec
ture on some phase of his work
to the Whitehead Medical So
ciety. All PrerMedical students
are especially invited to' hear
Dr. Coppridge at this times. .
University Plans To Expand Its
Education School Into a Mod
ern Teachers College; Many
Prominent Educators Here.
Governor McLean and Governor
Byrd Will See Thanksgiv
ing Game. .
UNIVERSITY, VA., Nov. 13. Vir-
-'w...v.i j.. Aiiuuuukcmciib ui i inc win no ha h o u t' t i m-nia x
inves H.ation was Wder 'ani it Thirty Members Will Make Trip.1 the winner wiU be ' made on Christ- at .:"0 WdlS S SSSSL
Wll Travel Only in North ' I' , This i11 -e a dinner meeting . and, for the annual Thanksgiving day
' : "X - " on m- aiumm and outside speakers will frame with Governor -Harry F. Byrd
lcl.flWrtl uon 1 awara 'ee headline the program. U The regular of Virginia and. Governor Angus W.
r"ra tu &l 01 outnern col- business session will be held Saturday McLean of North Carolina as guests
6Co amuuuuug to uu ior xne Desc morning at 10:30 at the Carolina Inn of honor.
u tne suDject Justice m About a hundred delegates and other Invitations extended the chief exe-
t ? Kindred subjects, interested alumni are expected to take stives of the two states - have been
it the prize winning papers have part in the discussi J c,-.-, accented
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un ueuvereu as orations or have matters of the Association. - on hand with members of their off i
T , peroneals, -art ot the work of the Assembly al families. It will be Governor
tne money win oe distributed as f ol- will be .to -elect three directors-at- Byrd's first official visit to Lambeth
lows: one nundred dollars for the large of the Alurnni AUk field since his pWtirvn
best paper, sixty-five dollars for the There are 22 directors- of the Asso- Seats have been provided on Lam- lumbia University will head up the
secona paper, and nirty-five dollars ciation, representing the several beth field for , 15,000 spectators.
ior tne third paner. . If the nri7ft I alumnf dii-rnf,, v r.,v.. j,-.- I tvahi, u-
on . . - . r . - i "wi wic juuieau 01 Aiass I ihuj.c i,uaii twu weeKS stiii re-
w wmrnn? essavs navp tipvpt hoon iK
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The University Glee Club, 'which
has received so mnoh
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mi , - I o.v.v UUi illtl tXIC
I ha -fn.c.4. 1-1 jf it..'! i - I .- m
i'VK J. Uiiiux UJ. tnH lTTPOIl anrn TISST. torn rraa-c jj i.
,.. , o-"j "" joio, icaves monaay, on its
m vutmg came irqm an article in the Fall Tour of the state. It will be
High Point Enterprise which , was gone a week nn 1..-
i , , . . , i v. ..uv iwio d uumuer
puDiisned last bunday. The Greens- of the smaller
x uy ixews and other state pa- Carolina. The complete itinerarv i.
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f uij u gut a vermcation as ionows:
af charge from Mr. Harden him- ' Moav
tsol-F T ,. I
ocu' conversation with the News Wile
ne is reported as saying, "We are re-
The first annual Southern Con
ference on Education will be held' at
Chapel Hill today, Friday -and. Sat
urday. , Officials: of the University of
North Carolina have completed plans
for making the present School of Ed
ucation into a modern teachers col
lege equal to' the best to be found in
American state universities.
, "The two major purposes of a
teachers college in a state univer
sity," Professor Walker said, "are to
improve the quality of teaching in
the schools by supplying competent
leadership and to train teachers for
the elementary and secondary schools
normal schools and colleges, princi-
pals, supervisors and superinten
dents, and technical workers in the
field of education."
The conference will open Thursday
night, November 15, with a banquet
at which Dr. Harry W. Chase and Dr.
Douglas ; S. . Freeman, editor of the
Richmond; Va:, ' News Leader, will
be the principal speakers.
At the second day's session, over
which President Harry Louis. Smith,
qf Washington and Lee will preside.
President Lotus D. Coffman of the
University of Minnesota will speak
and also Frank D. Boynton Superin
tendent of Schools, Ithaca; N. Y..
will make a talk.
The Friday afternoon session at
2:30 will be devoted to special con
ditions and objectives. Prof; George
DStrayer of Teachers College, Co-
evening, November 19,
liably informed that quite a number
oi students at the .University of
North Carolina who had no right to
vote, did vote last Tuesday. Frank
ly it may be said that this state in
stitution also needs a wholesome les-
Secretaries, and thp nlrrmTii r,nr Lmain before tTin
Wednesday evening, November. 21 hi .l T auuience iarge- Uffice" of the General As- V. U. Brown, graduate manager here,
ir.- ' . ' . i vi.uo win ue as iouows: seven tv-
Thursday . afternoon, Novembe
Thursday, . evening, 'November ' 22.
r naay, evening, November 23.
Incase the election is to be nro-
tested it must go before the national Lumberton
"" V xepresematives, according Saturday evening, November
iur. unaries Hmes of Greensboro, St. : Mary's in Raleigh
cziaxrman oi the state board of . elec-:
The most important immediate -project
of the School of Education is the ;
development, of training school facil
ities. Following - a gift of $75,000
from the General Education Board
of New York Qity in the spring of
1926, the acting dean of the School
of Education entered into an agree-
ment with v the ' ChaDel Hill Schnnl '
H pointed out in a statement
to the News that Ihe department of
jusice would not investigate it, as
had been reported, but the House
must conduct an investigation in case
of protest. v
It would involve, considerable ex-
pense on the part of, the government
to conduct and investigation.
, .Although no definite action has
been taken, Mr. Harden stated that
notice of contest in the election might
be filed with the national house of
Second Grail Dance
Of the Year Given
Last Saturday Night
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inree things combined themselves!
to enable the Grail to stage one of the
best dances that it has ever given
last Saturday . night. The football
game with South Carolina, several
fraternity dances, and the mere fact
that the Grail was to give a dance,
all served to attract probably the best
set of girls that has attended a dance
here in a long time. Several distin
terested spectators have expressed the
opinion that no dance given by the
urail m recent years has approached
tnis one m the manner in which it
was carried out and in the crowd that
attended it. . , '
The dance began promptly at nine
o clock, and in a few minutes every
thing was m full swing.-YThe music
furnished by the Carolina Buccaneers
was incomparable, and served to buoy
up the spirits of the North Carolina
supporters who had become depressed
over the failure of their team to win
the game. The decorations we're car
- ried out to perfection, and- much ad-
miratkm was expressed over, their
uniqueness. The plans of the officers
of the order to prevent too great a
crowd from being on the floor worked
The next dance "to be given by the
Grail will be held on the evening of
December 8, following the football
game with Duke. This game is ex
pected to be the best on the home field,
and a good crowd is expected toVre'n
main over for the dance.
sociation will also hp rnvminQo, renorts that, nil tpsptvo cqqo
five dollars for the best paper, fifty the Assembly, and these nominations concrete" stadium' have been sold' ex
dollars for the second winning essay, presented immediately by the alumni pt. m the two end sections. Good
and-twenty-five dollars for the thir.d secretary .to members of the Alumni bleacher seats on the west side of the
paper. Association by mail for hallntir, field still mav be obtained
Contestants are entirely 'free "to Officers whose, tr na i, .' Whiln VWri QfhiQ; LJn:
choose any phase of the question that end of this year are: president, two ment looking far ahead the' squad Board to use the Chapel Hill school
24 , . - -. o J ra.'wuw: aim representative I UA vviier piayers ajia tneir coaches J """6 vnuui.
.should not exceed two thousand and oh the Athletic CnnHfiT Tha ,ii can see onlv t.h W?fi, tTo. Today plans will be presented for
i rm - I -- ' .K. 111 aiUIII I ' J KUIU TTXUil J.T1 C. I V m
th0 r oi u JuQ 1nun?red words and must be in secretary and treasurer are .elected land that is to be played in College makmg the present -School of Educa
If tJn he hfnds of the chairman of the by the alumni Board of Directors. ' Park next Saturday. Preparations for tl0n into a mPdern teacher's college
UC1U1C Auimni secretary Maryon 'Saund- This contest is taking their full time,
suggested, reading ers is engaged now in arranging the Virginia's squad will have the full
program ior the Assembly. A com-.. weeK in which to workout here - at
Thirty members of
- I UMliUU
1 . " , wwaeu- lo maxe.tne rail Commission on or before
wip. iney are as lollows: 1st Tenors, Information and
W. S T?oTv.i T7! 1 XT. it I -.
7'' i n n nuwe11' eye lists may .be obtained from R,
uyuvn, xt. miner, w,
and M. A,
Cobb, J C. Connolly, Frank Jac'ocks, 409 Palmer Bid., Atlanta, - Georgi
Robert Reeves, J. H. Stuart, A. J.
Stubbs; 1st Bass, W. R. Battley, J.
B. Brooks, Wesley S. Griswold, W.
L. Hunt, T. L. Kesler, Paul Patton,
and Troxell Reynolds; 2nd Bass, W.
G. Brown, J. C. Goodwin,. Franklin
Little, Allan A. Marshall, J. A. Me'tz,
J. E. Miller, F. M. Prouty, and Paul
Through the aid of the Rockefeller
. (Continued on page four)
Anderson To Speak
To Students Tonight
Sherwood Anderson, noted author
and lecturer, will speak to the stu
dent body tonight at 8:30 in Memo-
Twenty-six "of these boys are ree- al Ha on the The Creative Im
istered from North Carolina and one Pulse- ' This is the' second event on
each from Ohio, Connecticut, Virginia, the schedule of the Entertainment
New York, and Colorado. . Professor Committee to be presented this year,
Paul John Weaver director of the and is the first lecture to be held
Millionaire Shoe Manufacturer Gets
Divorce. Headline. Another shoe
maker who wouldn't stick to 'his last.
Club will accompany the Club on this
trip in company with Professor Nel
son O. Kennedy, accompanist.
Wesley S. Griswold, formerly from
Amherst College, . but at present a
student here, has been engaged as
baritone soloist for the Glee Club this
year. While at Amherst, Griswold'
was very much in demand as a re
sult o'f his excellent perfprmance of
solo work, oratorios, and his experi
ence in church choirs. It is very for
tunate that he was able to be secured
for work in the Club this year. He
is a member of Phi Gamma Delta fra
ternity and will return to Amherst
at the end of this year to complete
work on his Master's degree. i
The officers of the Glee Club-this
year are as ' follows: Professor
Weaver, director; Nelson O. Kennedy,
accompanist; Wesley Sv Griswold,
baritone soloist; Ed Curlee, .presi
dent; Frank Jacocks, vice-president;
E. E. Stauber, secretary; and T. L.
Kesler, librarian.' Robert A. Foltz
of Winston-Salem, is business man
ager of the Club.
20 DUKE ATHLETES GET BIDS
Durham, Nov. 13. Twenty out
standing Duke University athletes
have been, initiated into the honorary
athletic fraternity of " Tombs, and,
according to the list, virtually every
team has its share of neophytes.
Aimee back on the front page the
election must be over. Greensboro
here. . ' . . ' . 4
Anderson was born -in Camden, O.,
and .from his early youth has been
prominent in literary circles. While
young he wrote' a series of sketches
which were published and which at
tracted much attention to the young
author at the time. Since then he
has published many articles and books
all of which have been favorably
commented on by literary critics.
Mr. Anderson has lectured quite ex
tensively over the United States aTid
has a wide reputation as a hignly en
tertaining speaker;. The Entertain
ment Committee is very fortunate in
securing him to speak here at this
The students in the Liberal Arts 1
College and School of Education and
all others who have season entertain
ment. tickets will be admitted, on
them, but all others must purchase
single admission .tickets.
Glee Club to Give
On Friday evening at 8 o'clock in
the Carolina Playmaker Theatre, the
University of NorthT Carolina Glee
Club will give a concert in honor of
the Southern Conference on Education
which is" meeting here this week.
This will be in the form of a fare
well performance before the Club
leaves for its Fall Tour of the- State.
The public is invited to attend .the
concert. :, There will be no admission
Dr. Bell To Address
JDebate Class Tonight
Dr. Bell of the Chemistry Depart-
. Miller W C. PoH-tt t -ci t,., , . - x---o--. -vc -xxooviuuiy.. a com-.. iM uxvu- w wuijioui nerei s
Webb LTenlrs iF EdUTcatl0nf , Director C' miee has beenappointed - by the Corner for the trip up to Washingtc
CZnitl- S1n.n Internal, Cooperation, alumni president to Assist with this will i not be . made until :, SatuSa
arrangement, and ahnouncements Df mornin . A special train may. be run ment will'speak at the meeting of the
the complete program are expected to carry Cavalier supporters to see Debate Class tonie-ht at 7-1 K in ?n.
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I the srame. . Mnmlion ti ,..;n j: .
...u wiusi I I v.iiv. . . lie .Will UISCUSS LHP SflPTI-
Jonny Sloan will again, have to tific method of arrivingt conclusions
FaCUltv OrrKpcfrn V ' carry the burden on the Cavalier run- and tell the class how- the scientific
Tot TV 4-1, -mr m m . ; as ms ""V" uKinx ves in tne presence ot f acts.
JLii nic iuamng CIHei assistant These two did most A his address is designed to be pre--
oi tne ground gaming against V. P. I. limmary to preparation for the next
xne acuity Muse at last looms last Saturday and. anv sfnrino- hf inter-cn11po-iflf0 HoWQ tv .in
I t . I w-.to 0-wV uwwmj, n w ill tctiLC
h into prominence. The musically mind- the Cavaliers mav dn Mo,- nlaP
Plans are under wayfbr arranging
debates with the University of Mis
souri, Marquette University, Univer-.
ed professors are diligently, polishing land appears. '.to be up to them,
up their big brass horns, and shaking , '
the dust off the old pieces they used Ob erfm Co-ed WlTI5
t6 play. The bit?
mi., t! -rv IT1HO.
Zf' -tr1 m aJ lhls Pre" M Rf To TIU sity of Virginia, Emory University.
ron is . McPherson, f Princeton University TTnWsi
A 1 aSt MOVing Traill Alabama, .and Tulane University.
bacteriologist in the" medical school
Dr. McPherson is an active member
of a quartet, three members of
which' live in Raleigh
Officials of the Debate Council are at
tempting to schedule the first three
OBERLIN, O., Nov. 8. Miss Lil-
. , . , . i i- o - xv4ivuu, mc xusi iiiiiee
nan ixamsey, IS, of Struthers, O., a for the Vfi
meets alternately at RaleigTi and fAr,fhmTaTn at 0berlin ColleSe lies four for the Spring quarter. ' Three
uexe, riousiy injur- trips are probable: Missouri, Alabama,
"-"-" uci. ivionuay i and Virginia,
nisrht that shp Anlj1 cit :i -I "
,a -: , " committee composed of three
' T- ,Ti I n wimam members of the Council has been ap-
,nnh3 yvet ewton, . a pointed to manage the matter of se-
SSZ Z V lecting:queries.andischeduling debates
-"-.mbey. sat tne long- m the future. This committer nT,
CT. Rho VlQo Q h.n1rn. IT : l - I. . . . r
DQne' P0d Wlth a to making the
k.;. ' i. T J." ,.fcBW,su,u'ul' mier-coiiegiate . debates
7ISM "" r ooay, received when more of a definite arrangement in
.xv o n uy tt tram wnne she the future.
remained voluntarily on the track to
vnapei nin. au aay sessions are
held each Sunday that the nnnrf of
plays. '. , ; r: : V;-.
F . B. McCall, professor in the law
school, and Professor E. W.. Zimmer
man, of the commerce department as
well as Paul John Weaver of the
music department are also interest
ed in the proposed orchestra.
Another recruit that may. be added
o the list of faculty men "who may
pursue their mutual - hobby ' together,
is. Business Manager, C. T. Woolen.
whom it is rumored plays an exceed
ingly mean cornet, he' haying been an
instructor in the University school of
music when he first attached himself
to Carolina. : " : ' ; r
RUSSELL TO READ
; Professor Russell Potter will read
selections from the works of John
Masefield this afternoon in Room 207
of Murphey Hall. ' f -
The reading will be the' third of
the Bull's Head Readings this .fall.
The program is begun each Thursday
afternoon promptly at .four-thirty
o'clock and lasts for forty-five
The Carolina Folk
Play Series To Be
The third series of "The Carolina
inson, the two were returning from Polk Plays' is now being printed by
a college dance and stminpd at. tv,o thes Hpnrv TTnlt PnhUcT,;
. x-.r- - . I m. uuuciuug vuiuptiiiy
New York Central Railroad crossing and will be distributed to book stores
on E. College Street when they saw throughout the United States.
ine plays included m this collection
me unusual wacer.
which; has set the whole college talk
ing, were learned today after officials
conducted; the investigation. .'" ;
According to the story told by Rob-
a tram annroachinsr.
In a spirit of jest, Robinson said, the
two entered into a bet , as to who
dared to sit on the track the longer
while the train approached.
Robinson jumped first and attempt
ed to pull the girl away with him,
he said, but he was not qujck enough
to prevent her from being struck by
the engine. -
There will be an important meeting
Until after the Christmas holidays I of the Johnston County club Thurs-
Mr. Potter will read, when Howard
Mumford Jones will do the reading,
day evening at 7 o'clock in the social
room of the Y. M. C. A.
are : "The Scuff letown Outlaws,," a
drama of the Croatan Indians of
Rqbeson county; "Lighted Candles," a
tragedy of the . North Carolina high
landers by -Margaret Bland; "A Shot
gun Splicin,' " a delightful dialect
comedy of Carolina mountaineers by
Gertrude Wilson Coffin; "Quare
Medicine," a story of a quack doctor,
by Paul Greeny "In Dixon's Kitchen,"
a comedy of a" country courtship by
Wilbur Stout; and "Job's Kinfolks," a
tragedy of mill people of .Winston
Salem. ' .