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Title: Carolina magazine [serial]
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Dialectic Society University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Philanthropic Society
Subjects: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Publisher: Chapel Hill, N.C. : Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Societies of the University of North Carolina
Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: North Carolina Digital Heritage Center
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th wascommon and life cheap. Shooting was neither arare nor a heinous offense. Billy the Kid havingconceived a great hate for the cattleman Chisolmdropped by the camp fire of a lone puncher onenight and asked him who he was riding for.Chisolm was the friendly reply. Well heresyour pay was Billys less friendly response as heshot the man whom he had never before seenthrough the heart. The writers of sensational fic-tion could do little to improve on incidents suchas this. In Dodge City, Tombstone, and otherold cattle towns are still to be seen the cemeteriesboot hills in which are buried the hundreds ofmen that died with their boots on. The gun was not alone. A fall from a halfwild horse, a mad steer, or a band of Apache In-dians did their share in thinning the population.Disease took many while others got lost and afterpursuing cruel mirages across the sand wastes lefttheir bones to bleach amid the cactus and the chap-paral. Many came out and few returned to the(Continued on fage four)
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IN THIS ISSUE Songs of the Cowboy, by J. F. Alexander, de-scribes the note of tragedy to be found in the cow-boy ballad. Alexander has lived on the Arizonaranches and knows the psychology of the cowboy . . .Mossy Point, by Robin Jones, is a story of thelove of a lonely man for a lonely eagle. RobinJones is the pseudonym of a well-known writer whograduated from Carolina a few years ago . . . FosterFitz-Simons, the author of Lady Beyond, has be-come known here as the promising playwright whoseplay Four on a Heath was produced last quarter. . . Alex Neuman is the pen name of a man inti-mately connected with football. His article dealswith the subject of football from two angles; thefirst regarding football and its critics; the second,the players and what is expected of them . . . ThomasMcKnights letter from a marine is an actual bit ofcorrespondence from an educated man who is num-bered among the thousands who are now feeling thedevastation of the depression . . . V. N. Garofol, astudent
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