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CHAPEL HILL, N. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1936
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Capacity Cr o wd Ei
To Attend Game Today
More Than 35,000 Fans
To March On Kenan
Kickoff At 2 P.M.
Close to 36,000 people are ex
pected to jam Kenan stadium
today for the Duke-Carolina
According to Haywood Duke,
manager of the Carolina Inn,
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every noiei accommodation m
Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Dur
ham has been taken. The Inn
has turned away applicants for
rooms by the score and visitors
are rapidly filling all available
rooms in the village.
Festivities started last night
with the pep-rally and torch
light parades staged by the Uni
versity club and the dance held
by the German club in the Tin
Chapel Hill merchants are
preparing to supply food for the
enormous throng that will choke
the streets of the town. The
Carolina Inn is holding a special
barbecue luncheon on the lawn
in order to feed those who will
not be able to get into the packed
dining rooms. According to Mr.
Duke, the luncheon will be
unique. Food will be served
from 11 a. m. until game - time.-
The kickoff at 2 p. m. will find
the stands packed with students,
alumni, and celebrities. Kate
Smith, the "Songbird of the
South." will be among the
guests in the president's box.
At half time sponsors from
both, schools will be on the field
The Federal and State
Revenue departments wish
to notify all concerned that
anyone selling or using a
student book for the Carolina-Duke
to anyone else will be guil
ty of violating state and
federal tax laws. Strenuous
steps will be taken to ap
prehend persons guilty of
this offense and, if appre
hended, they will be arrest
ed and prosecuted by state
and federal revenue officers.
. . Doing Our Darndest To Win"
Swing Maestro Finally
Arrives At Tin Can
For Night Dance
An urgent phone call from
Washington yesterday afternoon
at 3:30 informed campus Ger-
man club officials that S win er-
man Charlie Barnet and his men
would not appear for the first
dance in the German club fall
set. Their bus was reported to
have broken down. Carrying-on
the show, Jimmie Fuller played
at the tea dance.
Last night at 9 o'clock Bar
net's belated orchestra showed
up in Chapel Hill and relieved
Fuller's from emergency duty.
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Tar Heels Seek Vengeance
For Last easons Defeat
Veterans Buck, Webb, Hutchins, Dashiell Will Be
Playing Against Duke Blue Devils
For The Last Time
CAROLINA POS. DUKE
Buck (C) LE Liana
Trimpey LT Brunansky
Mclver LG Lipscomb
Avery C HU1
B. Smith RG Alabaster
Bartos RT Cardwell
Bershak RE Taliaferro
Little . . . ; QB Parker
Watson ' . i LH . Hackney
Burnette RH Gardner
Hutchins FB Tipton
Meet Kate Smith
There will be a reception
for Kate Smith this after
noon in Graham Memorial
after the football game. A.
short program of entertain
ment has been arranged for 5
o'clock. All students are invit-
Captain Dick Buck will be leading his Tar Heels into Kenan ed to be there. The winners
stadium for the last time this afternoon when they meet the Duke I of the amateur program will
Blue Devils in the largest sectional clash of the season. His catch I perform for Miss Smith. Oth-
of Jackson's pass in the end zone two years ago was responsible I er performers are the Agoniz-
ers quartet and Getty Monroe
and Marjorie Usher who will
arrange some songs.
Officials: referee, Carrington (Va.); umpire, Menton (Loyo
la) ; head linesman, Tolley (Sewanee) ; field judge, Bagley, (W. &
The critical and appraising s
ASK NO DRINKING
me swing Dana leader is
to greet each other on behalf of scheduled to play for this after
the student bodies of Duke and noon's tea dance and tonight's
Carolina. The Carolina sponsors finai Dall The tea dance will last
will be Pete Ivey, director of the from 4:30 to 6 o'clock this after-
Conttnued on tost page) noon, and the dancers will be
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Barnet does not oeiieve m
overdoing swing music with a
President, Dean Issue torrid Harlem tempo. As he ex
Statement To Press piams it, "i mix my swing with
: the smootn, siiKy rnytnms. iar-
In a statement to the. state lnet was acclaimed a great suc-
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press yesteraay, , x-resiucnv cess wnen ne played at Duke re-
Frank P. Graham and Dean K. cently.
B. House urged that spectators
who might bring Saturday's!
game into disrepute by miscon
duct not attend.
for the Tar Heels' 7-0 victory.
Today's Game To Roust Many
- KcDortcrs And Wire iJoerators
Hears Douty Speak
Story of Game will be Sent by
Western Union to Newspaper
Offices, Play by Play
Millions of people will read
tomorrow morning's newspaper
stories about the Duke-Carolina
football . game today. Over 15,-
000 words will be sent over ex
clusive .western union wires
about the contest.
In the press box today there
"Trends of the 1936 Presidential
Election" is Subject of Talk
Tar-Mag Powerhouse Football
The reporters will arrive this
morning and will be at the field
an hour before the game. They I Dr. H. M. Douty of the eco-
will begin sending messages Inomics department snoke to the
about the crowd and players, Farmer-Labor eroun Thursday
even before the kickoff. A play night at Graham Memorial on
by play description of the entire I the "Trends of the 1936 Presi-
game will be sent out, and be- dential Election."
tween halves a summary of the! Douty, who described Landon'
hrst half will be sent. as an already forgotten man,
D. B. Tannery, manager of said he thought that unless
will be at least 50 reporters from the local office' is in chare of something in the nature of a de-
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North Carolina, South Carolina, rlie wilcs 111 " pression occurrea Deiore tne
irom election of 1940 there wouldn't
eral reporters from Washington, Durham Winston-Salem and be much possibility for the for
D. C. Baltimore and New York Greensboro. Linemen from the mation of a Farm-Labor party
who have traveled several hun- J6 i wesuern oi-importance.
dred miles to cover this game. Union came Friday morning and Labor in the last election has
Five of the reporters have on-lset UP the beld sets, the wires come - to reahze its pohtical
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running irom me mam line, power, in the past presidential
which is located about 50 yards ! election, he said, the majority of
back of the stands. From here labor was backing Roosevelt,
they went up into(,ihe press box, In the business session a com
which is located on the Carolina mittee was formed to make mans
side near the 50 yard line. for the future program of the
For this. game Western Un- organization.:. Trez Yeatman
ion's Chapel Hill staff has been presided as the chairman of the
erators at the field working with
Western Union Morse sets, send
ing the story of the news' by di-
Irect wire to their home office.
Parker Makes Statement
I "The Student'' council;
would like members of
the student body to con
duct themselves i in an or
derly fashion," said Presi
dent John Parker last night
in anticipation of today's
Parker urges all students
to maintain a friendly spirit
in the presence of, all visi
tors to the game.
Team In Smashing Moral Victory increased from three to 10 per- meeting.
suns. xxiertJ are o cjLia uucit-
'Thantom Runher,? Baffles Op
position on Complicated Se
. "cret "22 on 2" Plays
By United We Press '
Using only their sensational
"Phantom Runner" and "22 on
2" plays; ' the Tar-Mag football
team met and won a decisive
moral victory from the Lambda
Chi Alphas in a practice game
behind Graham Memorial yes
Although only six of the 44-
Instructions have been is- man squad parucipaieu in uie
sued to police to admit no one to game, which is leading up to the
Kenan stadium and to take any- a n n u a 1 xar-Mag-i acKety-isuc
out who shows signs of Ink Pot classic, the half-dozen
t woo ocVprl that in- musketeers looked good. The
toxicating liquors not be brought plays used are the achievements
to the campus or to the game. of William bnaicespeare, uxiord
Vrt Graham and Dean 1585, and Eugene u iNein, uuo-
House expressed confidence that lin;1918, who have been signed
the game would be "one of fine to writepys for the Tar-Mags.
sportsmanship, whose results
ould be accepted in the spirit ; , The ntom Runner 'ac-
in which it is played." , cording wi , iutcn
Murphy,' uses the two guards,
two half-backs, and fullback as
tors, 3 extra messenger boys. . Dashiell 10 opeak
The score bv neriod is wired AO JfllUOSOpny t,lUD
interference on a right-end run. to the commercial news epart- psychologist will Contrast Art
The opposition keeps looking for locatea at xne mam iew and Science for Faculty
the i runner, the Quarterback. lorK omce 01 western - union.
who ha-DDens to be runnine From nere jt 1S sent to football Dr. J. F. Dashiell, head of the
around left end. As" they cannot fields a11 oyer'.-the, .country and phychology department, will ad-
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find him, he is known as "a over aQy geuerai news wires re-1 dress tne j?acmty rnuosopny oi
Dhantom" questing this service. I Science club Wednesday night
Npwsnanp.rs make hU f nr ip I on . the "Methodological . 1TOD-
xue 6 on 6 piay uses me : I. , - . ,
onf iro w i.rtT.nT-0 neia sets uurmK. iue weeK pre-1 iua ui "ciu iojvuuiu6J.
ttti - .1. i .i, . .. -. xi.J! n ip trame All arrnnorp.! Dr. Dashiell s talk will mdi-
wnen tne Dan is snapped, tne - i
... x- , , irriPTifa fnr Pirtra teleen-atih xnrV I rectlv contrast art and science
entire line reverses and cnases - : , . . .
ia v,nnA in-vf and permissions irom boacn anu wiu.ticau uu c
Ut" L'n'ftrnw rt 1 TiiTrT. ff nth I QTTlTlinO HQ f f 1T1 1 m SI Hll WIl.il I J L.I I
the I er attitudes.
find. Thp.v Vp.PTt rhasinc the
backfield until within sight of letics, are -attended, -to by
thp omnl IW Thm it. rpvprses manager ot tne locai omce.
again and takes out the opposi
tion team which has been chas
ing the line which has been chas
ing the backfield which has been
chasing down the field.
" ' Complications
Coach "Grist" Miller said yes
terday that he didn't mind run-
(Continued on last page)
Tar Heels On Time!
The circulation manager of
Due to the addition of 16 the Daily Tar Heel announced
mow stands at the Duke-Car- I yesterday that naners will be
olina game" today, 20 more
ushers will be needed. Those
wanting jobs should report to
F. W. Ferguson, gate 6, at
10:15 with their passbooks.
mailed to out-of-town subscnb-
ers in the first mail of the morn
ing in an effort to assure deliv
ery to patrons on the same day
that the paper is published.
eyes of the sporting world will
focus on Kenan stadium at 2
o'clock this afternoon when
Coach Ray Wolf's bounding Tar
Heels try to de
wind the sails of
Blue Devils of
S t a tistically
speaking on the
basis of past
p e r f ormances,
the Blue Devils
WoLF have a definite
edge but statistics, omens.
charms or acts of God are to no
avail in determining the winner
of a game as traditionally uncer
tain as this one.
Still very much of a thorn in
the side of Tar Heels is the re
membrance of the 25-0 upset
staged in a driving rain in the
Duke stadium last year.'The Tar
Heels are out to settle up that
little debt and are psychologi
cally, physically and mentally
sound to do it.
(Continued on page three)
Second Set Of Tryouts
According to the debate
coaches, Professors Olsen, Wood
house, "and McKie, the speakers
in the tryouts held Thursday
night for the British debate on
November 20 were so nearly
equal in ability that a second set
of tryouts will be held tomorrow
in Graham Memorial at 7:30.
. With Don Seawell, former
team member, taking the affir
mative, and the debate squad the
negative, the question, "Re
solved, That the Constitution of
the United States, is a menace to
life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness," was debated.
In his short talk Seawell
stressed the lack of a constitu
tion in England and the result
ing success in government. He
also brought out the need for
social planning, and the obsta
cles to it in the constitution.
The negative, represented by
David Kerley, Paul Wallach, Jim
McMillan, C. C. Greer, Edward
Toon, and Walter Kleeman,
stressed the progress made un
der the constitution and the ne
cessity of our keeping it both as
a basis for our government and
as a means of keeping separate
the powers of state and nation.