THE RED AND BLACK.
UNIVERSITY OF (JEORdlA, ATHENS, (i.\ M MARCH 24,1894.
l’KKSIDKNT KLIOT AND INTKIM Ol.
LKOI ATK SPOUTS.
On nextY'ridav evening will ap- La "‘ Sat " r ' l »y the first civil case
pear the Dramatic Club before the of lhe n,oot uo,,rt w “ s oall « d>
foot lights at the New Opera House.! Tl,e u48e w " one wh ‘ cl ' ooc,,rrcJ
This is the third performance of the * ome - vei,r * >K° 1,Br » 1,1 C, » rke
clubs, ami promises to eclipse any- oou,,t y> which cause,1 no
thing yet pres >nted in the New l«Ule agitation to .he legal fratern,
Opera House. The club embraces ** of lhe Alhen * Ur - The case for
only the very best of talent, amI the trial was one of peddling without extravagant extent. He suggested
success of its former efforts is enough
President Kliot, of Harvard, in a
recent report,recommended that ath
letic training and sports be materi
ally curtailed, on the ground thnt
they are now being carried to an
to insure a good performance an 1 a
large crowd on Friday night.
The University Orchestra Club,
composed of Messrs, Barnwell,
Brooks, Beckett, Boland and Os
borne, will discourse sweet music
during the interludes.
license. It went to three juries tie- three changes to eliminate fresh-
fore a verdict of guilty was found, contests; to let no man
the lirst trial having resulted in a
non-concurrence of the jury.
In the moot court, Daly and Bush
represented the prosecution while
Mobley and Stafford were employed
by the defendant. Thu moat elo
■ piunt picas made were entirely
I be comedy which will be pre- irrelevant to the question at issue,
settled is Second Floor, Spoopen- The speeches were limited to ten
lyke, one of the best on the list. leg each, but a majority of the
perform in oouIpnU more than one
year; to mu kr eon teals biennial in
nteu<l of annual. It in not yet known
wliethci theNc* eliangCH will he
made, or thin department be ullowed
to pro^reHg an at prevent. It is
hardly likely that so great an in-
ntitution as Harvard would take Niieh
a radical step and cant a shade of
ditmpprovul upon that which has
When the lusty March winds 'round the
Iumihc corners whistle.
Ami the ghost* ride the Masts like the
dow n of the thintle,
And the cat, m ath my window doth how l
and doth bristle,
Then often I think as l sit hy my hearth,
Of a maiden I loved once—a maiden
Was greater than Vanderbuilt’s, taken
Hut her fare was her fortune, the world
held her poor.
I remeiuher my feelings on thnt sweet,
When, with “nin” safe up slaint, I
turned down the light;
llo\v we sat in the dimness, 'twas unite
out of sight;
How | asked for a kiss, and she said
that I might.
Hut. hoys, she kkked tun—with
such keen-toed shoes,
That, when offered a seat, I am forced
Several of the young ladies of tlic oratorg „uuceeded in making their contributed so abundantly toward
city and the best talent among the | lear#rg „,„ re or s UHg tried ere their bringing the college* constantly lie file mis, |(n malilch, the fairest you've
college boys will make up the cast
Among the specialties, though,
will be lliw minstrel feature, the
clog dances, the comic songs, local
bits ami jokes of a general nature,
which will prove the most interest
itig part of the performance mid
bring down the house. Billy Arm
strong, with his high tenor voice,
Lyndon, Beckett and Morion will
reproduce some of the best musical
products of the day. Many of the
happiest features of the Midway
Plaisanee will also be reproduced
by the famous burnt cork artists.
Armstrong, Barrow, 3rd, Lyndon
These performances are given
under the auspices of the University
Athletic Association, and so every
>' udent should take a pride in at
tending the show, thereby encour
aging the members of the dramatic
club and rendering a needed con
irihulion to the Atliletio Associa
lime was up.
The jury were unable to agree
upon a verdict, consequently the
case was continued. It would be
well for the leaders in future trials
t make better propiralion and ask ">«*"» of improvement,
f. r more time, nslen minutes not President Eliot says: “ilisclear
siillirienl. | that extravagant training in nth-
— leties is not compatible with the
John Holder, an honor man of III, conditions for the best intellectual
and one of the best politicians in work." A writer in Harper’s Weekly
college during his stay here, came | gives this excellent answer: “V
down from Jefferson yesterday.
Col. Sheffield lias very ably ad
ministered the military department
of the University, and battalion
drills will soon be the order of the
Yancey, of ’!I7, is now sporting a
Delta Tail Delli badge.
fore the eyes of the public. How seen,
ever, there arc many abuses in alh ,,r ’ " J" ,u think tier, that lias
leties, as in everything else, which
should be corrected. It is after all
a question of the most desirable
II ik, Ity her bright smile, stole away your
Take care lest her toe and your love
l ike ear lest politely site ask you to
"i;ii to — M
And yon Him! that »’.,’s keen not in toe,
but “in toto."
i that is clear, of course, as it also is
that extravagant mental training
1 does not produce the best intellect
mil work. Extravagant training of
j any sort should be restricted. But
in the restriction it should always
[ be remembered that what is one
man's poison may be another mail's
Many Alumni came ove. from infcal ’ und lbal tb '' “thlotic training
Atlanta to be at the joint debate on ' vl,iul ' w,,uld ■ b,orb onu »•*
yesterday. voiis energies to the detriment of
.... . , . .. ... . his intellectual side may be merely
I he coming of springtime, with its ... , 1 . 1
, ■ , . „ sufficient to arouse the facu lies of
anotner mail, Ins intellectual faoul
the rest. If
warm sunshine ami
, . , ... . reminds the averagu college boy of
lion, in which every one is interested ® 1 tu-s
, . iiti. commencement vacation at home,
tud wants to see provided with all I , . . '
of pic-uic festivities and some fair
lame, the thoughts of whom occupy
In order *li it some of the students,
who so desired, might hear the
speeches of the guheinational can
didates, several of the professors
after doubling the lessons for nvxl
recitation, excused their classes yes
As the time approaches for the
hoys to contest for speaker's places,
they are growing more am! more
enthusiastic on the subject. At al
most every hour in the night the
walls of some room ill the “Yahoo"
is ringing with eloquence, which
would rival that of Demosthenes.
to see provided with all
the funds necucssary to meet the de
mauds that must be made upon it.
So let every college boy go. The
town people will patronize the per
formance very liberally.
among tbe rest. If a man's It is almost impossible to say why
mind is acute and active and work i \ that rabbit took its (light across the
him hard, just enough exercise to ball ground from under New College
l’rincelon and University of IVnn
sylvania will not meet iu baseball
this season, owing to the refusal of
the I’rincetoii management to agree
to Pennsylvania's demand for three
The granddaughter of Nathaniel
Hawthorne, llildegarde Hawthorne,
is about to publish her lirst book.
It is to he called ‘‘The Fairest of
the Fair," and is to contain a record
his leisure hours.
Mr. T. Daniel, '9b, left college
-l Wednesday. lie will, after
spending a few days with home
j folks, go to Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
where he indemls to lake a business
keep him iu condition may be all
that he needs. But if his mind is
sluggish and his physical man op
presses him, a course of thorough
athletic training may stir every fac
ulty he has into fuller ami more
eager life. If by limiting a man's
physical labor one could be sure to
Mr. A. <•. Greenfield, 94, after suf-1 divert all the energy thus saved into
fering much from weak eyes, was intellectual force, the problem of
forced to retire from college this college athletics would be much
week. An toon ah hi* eye* permit, more simple than it i» would he ah The joint debate developed nev
he also anticipate* taking a bussi- simple, indeed, as some of tbe critics eral politicians among the boys.
of inter-collegiate sports seem to re
building, while the lawyers were
practicing, last Thursday evening.
The oidv explanation is that itgot a
glimps. those “little blue pants"
Koht. L. Avery, now a lawyer of
Atlanta, but who graduated from
the Law school here a year or two
ago, <. over yesterday with the
ness course at Poughkeepsie.
Frank Pearing, ex-D6, is now a I gard it.’’ Ex.
clerk al the K. A D. depot. ,, m
Hon. Charlie Hill, of Atlanta, J D. Uockfeller has
The statue of Benjamin Franklin
which stood in front of the Electric
f50,- Building at the World’s Fair has
of her experiences in Chicago last came over yesterday to be at the 000 to the University of Chicago' been presented to the University of
for a library.