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Tuesday, Iay 14, 192ST
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Published tri-weekly during the col
lege vear. excent one issue Thanks
giving, the last two weeks of De
rpniher fholidav Deriod) and the
last two weeks of March (examina
tion neriod and suring holidays).
The official newspaper of the Publi
cations Union of the University ol
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Subscription price, $2.00 local and
$3.00 out of town, for the college
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Offices in the basement of Alumni
Walter Spearman .....Z... Editor
Will Yarborough....... .Mgr. Ed.
Marion Alexander... ...Bus. Mgr.
lowing individual pleas for readmis- pressed ; collegiate question "What's
sion is one method of placing the Tes- J it all about?"
ponsibility for each offensive article ' What Dr. Martin will have to say
upon the man responsible for it. Un- here will be heard and read with in-
fortunately for some concerned, when terest. We are glad to have him and
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a group rather than particular per-, all the other delegates and sneakers
sons assumes responsibility for an en- of the Association with us, and ex
tire publication, all members of that tend to them an ""early sincere wel
group become implicated. When the I come. H. J. G.
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authors of the offending articles have
admitted their authorship, the guilt-
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less ones will undoubtedly be readmit
ted and the number on trial consider
ably diminished. The opportunity is
now presented, for the men who are
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degree by releasing the innocent from handsome professors, and scholarly
students do we print this column in
Indeed, we note that the gentleman is
" Associate Editors
Harry ;Galland Will Yarborough
B. C. Moore ' J. E. Dungan
J. D. McNairy J. C. Williams
J. P. Hu skins
J. C. Eagles ' C. B. McKethan
Holmes Davis George Dannenbaum
An Ear Full
By J. C. WILLIAMS
The other day in Durham we saw a
trio of women with no skirts on.
Actually, right out on the "street.
That's an example of what women are
coming to when their husbands don't
give thertu enough money to buy
Oui( column would have been longer,
but we wrote part of it with fadeaway-ink.
their present awkward position,
A mistake has1 been made. Now
let it be remedied as quietly and ef
fectively as possible.
. For the man stranded on a lonely
; shore .we mildly suggest "Let con
science be your guide". -
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Now that another chapter has been enterprising lads have organized the
added to the annual Carolina-Virginia Bi-cameral Club. We wonder why
W. C. Dunn
E. F. Yarborough
,E. H. Denning
J. R. Knott
D. L. Wood
B. W. Whitton
J. E. Huffman
B. M. Parker Asst. Bus. Mgr.
Leonard Lewis Adv. Mgr.
Sidney Brick ., Asst. Adv. Mgr.
H. N. Patterson :' Collection Mgr.
T. R. Karriker L..... Asst. Col. Mgr.
Ben Aycock ; Subscription Mgr.
Advertising Staff " r
Harry Latta , U H. Merrell
Hubert O'Donnell J. Schulman
Jim Harris J. G. deR. Hamilton, Jr.
Tom Badger W. G. Boger
Tuesday, May 14, 1929
baseball classic the minds of the stu
dents of this university turn natural
ly to matters of a more serious nature!
Not until next fall will the ,Tar
Heels meet the Cavaliers in dual com
bat again. Indeed, the very last chap
ter of the year's athletic feats is al
ready in the making. The campus
turns to other things final examina
To a part of the student body the
thought: of examinations is by no
means an unpleasant one, but this part
constitutes the small, element who
have elected to study earlier in the
game. On the other hand, such a
thought is very disturbing to the rank
and file of the student body of this
university. Many have been warned
already by the registrar; many are
laboring under threats from home.
The tragedy of the matter is that
many are beginning to realize that
college life "isn't-what-it's cracked up !
they didn't call it the Booker Club.
Returned Carolina students report
that the N.C.C.W. campus was well
lighted Saturday night, y No doubt
illumination was shed on some of the
most vexing problems r of modern
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.This coming Adult Education meet
ing scheduled for the University next
week might do well to v extend its
scope to include a few , of bur own
undergraduates Contmehcement time
is nearing. -
vvitn tne. xacKety lacks put so
"bright and early, some of the seniors
may have time to memorize their sta
tistics before departing for the busi
ness world but the" trouble is that
by that time the statistics won't do
them any good! '
- When the old tree in front of New
West fell down,; it was found to have
195 rings one for each year of its
life. Judging from the number of
rings, we wonder how old some of
our co-eds are?
An Offense Which
Demands Expiation '
The existence of such a publication
as the Yellow Journal on the campus,
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maKing an annual appearance, in
evitably leads to a situation like the
one which has arisen. The shield of
group responsibility has encouraged
men to commit to print statements
they would no doubt refrain from
making in person. It cannot be de
nied that the present Yellow, Journa
considerably overstepped ' the proper
bounds, nor is it so denied by those
men implicated; a V
At present, the affair is in the
hands of the student council, and the
outcome must depend upon' the firm
ness, discretion and understanding of
that body. When a serious mistake
ha3 been made such as the inclusion
of certain stories in the Journal
some attempt must be made to cor
rect that mistake, to deal with its per
petrators, and to prevent the recur
rence of the same blunder. We trust
however, that it will be remembered
that college is, 'after all, a sort of
laboratory in which the students are
experimenting before , going out into
the business of living and that mis
takes even foolish and .unpleasant
mistakes are not "capital crimes.
The present action of the council in
placing all members of Sigma Upsilon
on indefinite suspension and then al-
The other day Dr. Ab showed us
a letter from a woman which stated
that" her baby ate dirt whenever he
could find it. It is rumored that sev
eral campus politicians are related to
the family.. -.- s
' "When better automobiles are built
. Buick will build them".
and we might add
When later classes are caught co
eds will catch them.
It occurs to us that the Western
Union slogan "Don't Write" is excel
lent advice for some of our present-
There are justtwo kinds of men in
the world those that have IT and
those that "run after" women.
Which reminds us that Valentine's
Day is the day' when birds select their
mates. Well, we know some flighty
females who seem to think every day
is a Valentine's Day. "
- And we might add that the edu
cational films shown every t now and
then in Venable Hall arein no way
endanaerina the attendance of the
to be." Many are beginning to realize
that they were never meant for coir
lege men that they have left a life
and surroundings which they never Carolina Theatre.
elivnl1 Viagra lo-ft
' , uur idea oi dumbness is tne proies-
We believe that final examinations sor. o says that the younger gen
constitute a great disturbance for the eration are all going to Hell and then
student mind because the student him- remembers that he himself is only
self is at fault. Study is put of f I twent7-f ive
until the last minute. "After the big
Which reminds us that since we
can't think of the rest of it we'd better
stop. . ' .
IN THE WAKE
J. E. Dungan
Well folks! ' The boys did a real
job this time holding the faculty to
a no run no hit game in the Yellow
Journal contest last Friday. All Cal-
ford expects to see things' stirring
from now on.
Probably the prfee ten-word tele
gram of the week was received by
one of our friends from a very nice
young lady. We'll pass it on to you
HAVE DECIDED TO MEET YOU IN
SCOTLAND NECK AND LOVE.
ders advice. He has such things" as
Basic Slag, in one, hundred pound
ots, fifty dollars for fifty young
gentlemen, and four sets of terracing
But Mr. Sanders' especial passion
is poultry. Here is his ballyhoo on last
Monday's market "The next poultry
sale will be held May 7 at the court
house or the depot, if the railroad will
grant through rates to New York.
Come to the courthouse yard and if
you do not see anybody there, come
to the depot."
Mr. Sanders' doesn't say what was
to have been done if there wasn't any
one there either, but the natural in
ference is that one should go home,
and await further directions from
this wizard. ..
"J. R. Woodard, colored, of War-
renton," according to The Warrenton
Record, "was caught in a raid last
week. At the time the off icers start
ed chase he is said to have had a
worm and cap in his arms and to have
been on the way to a nearby still that
was being fired up.
Suppert the college newspaper by
advertising in the TAR HEEL.
DR. R. R. CLARK
Office Over Bank of Chapel Eill
4 Telephone 385
Winner Last Week
J. T. T ALLEY
Sign your meal checks for
chances on the carton of cig
arettes given away each Wed
nesday , at
Polly's Coffee Sh6p
Czar Carroll of the Faculty Execu
tionary Committee, who generally
sees his duty and does it reck what
may, disposed of fifteen alleged
violations of the honor code all of
which were in the language depart
ment by very humanly pardoning and
paroling them all. People's tongues
always will get them into trouble.
A large delegation will attend the
Blue .Ridge conference this year.
Among the faculty to make the trip
are : "President Harry Woodburn
Chase, Dean Francis Bradshaw, and
Dr. English Bagby of the English de
partment.". It is unfortunate that
Dn English Bagby's last name is not
France or Berlin oil. Ireland, as they
would surely believe tbat he belonged
to the Psychology department. As
Dr. Bagby has j sojaptly -remarked,
"It is the association of ideas."
I kissed her once; I. kissed her twice
In fact I've kissed her all my life
But never -did I dream
'Twould land me with a wife.
Ah well, such is life.
game is over I'll buckle down to my
studies." This is the attitude of the
rank arid file of the students of this
and other colleges. ' In other words,
many will fail to pass the coming And we might add that an acquain-
final examinations because" of neglect tance of ours told us the other day
and "putting things off" rather than , , - , , , . , ,
half-brother had a friend who was
because of a lack of ability. ciifw .,miir wiTi rortnin
If the purpose of examinations be person whose neighbor's wife had
to separate the sheep from the goats, heard it rumored that her stepfather
the capable from the incapable, then had son, who worked in a nearby
they fall far short of accomplishing lce lactory'
their purpose. The method cannot We understand that 90 of the
work in the' case of the vast majority students at Lincoln Memorial tJniver
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of students wno put tmngs on as long ( sentence that relief is in gight
vv suggest Liiai, il a. stuucm, gets
through here he has to work the pro
The Phi Assembly met last Tues
day night and tangled' brows over "Re
solved: That it is the opinion of the
Phi Society that our state govern
ment pursued the right methods in
settling the recent mill strike dis
agreements in North Carolina."
The enthusiastic reporter recounted
the occasion in glowing terms. "Splen
did arguments were presented by both
sides. Representative H. was of the
opinion that the state government
used right methods in settling the re
cent strike disagreements. Represen
tative W. argued that the previous
speaker was wrong. Representative
C. was of the opinion that strikes
should be settled by the course they
take. Representative B. condemned
the state's sending troops ... on the
ground that the actions were uncalled
Before adjournment a committee
was appointed to revise the consti
tution." All of which is very subtle and pro
found, but one can see by the last
as they can and, oftentimes, longer
than they can afford to.
Be this as it may. a more studious
attitude does prevail since the great
baseball game is over. The question
which now arises in the mind of the
student who has neglected to study
earlier: "Is it too late now?"
J. C. W.
The Author Who ,
Answered the Question
With the coming of the first South
ern meeting of the American Asso
ciation for Adujt Education to the
University campus another advance in
educational progress in North Caro
lina is made. The fact that the Uni
versity of North Carolina was chosen
as the meeting place is cause for con
gratulation to President Chase.
Somebody asked us the other day
to give a definition of LOVE. We
submit the following:
Lasting . N
. Void '
We know one "whoopee dame"
who has such a dark past that she
has to carry a lantern with her
During the four-day session there everywhere she goes.
will K (wr fifftr cnonVora in Vit 1 R
. . . - . We understand-that students at
discussion groups. All of them are U g were recntly forbidden to
leaders in the field of adult educa- use automobiles for transportation,
tion. Outstanding are William John but we. haven't been able to find out
Cooper, United States Commissioner wha was being transported.
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ox uucautm, r reaencK r. xeppei, judgillg f rom appearances Carolina
President of the Carnegie Corpora- students spend more week-ends in Dur-
tion of .New York, and Everett Dean ham than the Duke lads.
Martin, Director of the People's In
stitute of New York.
Dr. Martin is well known here by
reason of hi3 authorship of "The
Meaning of a Liberal Education."
The book is of the greatest impor
tance to the college student, provid
ing as it does an intelligent answer
to that oft-thought but rarely ex-
Which reminds us that the man
who, has a hat can always recover.
We observe that women habitually
wear their evening clothes at night.
It wouldn't surprise us, to, see some
co-ed catching 8; 30 classes in pajamas
We understand that "HejEfner will
play the LEAD in Rip Van Winkle."
"PROUTY TALKS TO ROTARIANS
Speaks on Rocks of North Carolina
and Where They Are Found." It is
assumed that most of the rocks of
North Carolina are found right here
in the state.
The cultured and humane enter
prise engaged in during the past-, week
by the Parent-Teachers' organization
of Mount Airy as chronicled by The
Times of j that city follows: As a .re
ward for. having the greatest number
of mothers present at two consecutive
meetings of the parent-teachers' asso
ciation, the grade mothers of the third
grade, Mrs. W. R. Mitchell and Mrs.
A. B. Macon, took the children on a
picnic to Slick Rock.
"A wild animal hunt was entered
into with zest and Robert Hill proved
the best hunter, bringing in eight
animals." Mrs. W. R. Mitchell and
Mrs. Macon are true pedants.
The Roxboro Courier at the instance
of Hambrick, Austin, and Thompson,
local druggists, told the sad story last
week of a certain Mr. Fahy, who it
seems was in a pretty bad way. Here
is his story. "It actually irritated me
to have anyone talk to me I was so
nervous. Vinol ended this and I
feel wonderful now."
If your friends irritate you, Vinol
is what you need! Monsieur le pro
fesseur Radoff and his former Sigma
Upsilon brothers of Yellow Journal
fame might get together over a good
bottle of Vinol and patch things up.
H. K. Sanders -the agricultural
wizard on the staff of The Roxboro
Courier in a clever little column tells
the big world about air the valuable
prizes that the county is offering in
dustrious people who follow Mr. Saun-
Twelve miles at sea No law save
that of the ship's captain and she S
A. tremendous picture story of the
sea of a frail girl, two he-men rivals
and a babe in arms make up the
strangest love triangle ever filmed.
CHARLIE PHASE, that POPULAR
COMEDIAN, in his latest and
"OFF TO BUFFALO"
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SHOES AND HABERDASHERY FOR LOUNGE
SPOR7S AND CAMPUS USAGE WILL BE EXHIBIT
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YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND.
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CAROLINA DRY CLEANERS
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Today and Tomorrow ,
Harry Kuster, Rep.
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