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BASEBALL COMMENTS. ;
This is an important week in
athletic circles for the University.
On Wednesday we play Univer
sity of Vermont in Raleigh, on
Thursday we play them on our
home grounds, on Friday we par
ticipate in the field-day exercises
at Trinity Park, Durham, and on
Saturday we cross bats with Oak
Ridge on our diamond. Vermont
had one of the strongest nines in
the country last year, and it is
reported that they are equally as
strong this year, so lovers of good
ball playing have a treat in store
for them. Princeton played them
last week and met their match.
Lanier will occupy the box for us
in Raleigh and Stephens will
pitch Thursday's game. We ex
pect to win one of the games at
least. The playing of the men
since the Durham game has been
irregular and not steady. Our
fielders have not been playing
their accustomed game. Busbee
is not safe on ground balls and
needs practice in judging flies.
Moye and Robertson have made
several bad errors. Ellis at sec
ond has not been holding his own.
We are pleased to note the
change i h the infield, putting
Stanly at second and Grav at
short. This is a wise step, and
we predict that this new combi
nation will work to good advant
age. Mason at third is strong at
times but continues uncertain.
Misses Janet a n d Kathrine
Badger are on the Hill, the guests
of Miss Eleanor Alexander.
Mr. W. A. Ashe, '91, of the
State Geological Survey, left for
his home in Raleigh last Satur
day. A. B. Andrews, Jr., '93, is at
home in Raleigh on a protracted
Miss Bessie Henderson, of Sal
isbury, an inmate of St. Marys',
who has been visiting Miss Alex
ander, left last Saturday.
Mrs. and Miss Clarke, of Wash
ington, D. C, who have been
spending the winter at Mrs.
Graves', left for their home last
DeB. H. Whitaker, '93, went
to Greensboro last Friday evening
on very important business.
Miss Dot Manning, is visiting
her brother-in-law, Mr. Gaston
Battle, at Rocky Mount.
Mr. DeB. Whitaker, '93, has
been awarded the contract for en
graving the commencement invi
tations, ' and the commencement
ball invitations. Also the con
tract for printing and binding the
Hellenian, and making photo
gravures for same.
State Geologist Holmes, has
been on the Hill for several days.
Manager Kenan, '94, went to
Raleigh Monday to arrange the
Mr. J. H. Van Ness, of Char
lotte, is on the Hill doing all the
photographing for the College and
Dr. Winston leaves Wednesday
for New York City, where he will
deliver his lecture on "The Ne
gro Problem" before the Patriach
Club of that city, on Friday
evening:. This will be the same
lecture that Dr. Winston delivered
in the chapel last fall, and the
one which he was to deliver to
the famous Century Club.
Miss Mallett is visiting relations
Major Cain and Prof. Toy spent
a day last week in Durham, buy
ing implements to remove the
hirsute growth. We hear they
will open a barber shop on main
C. F. Lowe, '89, is in the hard
ware business at Monroe, N. C.
Walter Murphy, law, our man
aging editor, left Friday to spend
the Easter holidays at his home
Chas. Baskerville, '92, andDe
B. H. Whitaker, '93, took a geo
logical tour through Chatham
H. H. Atkinson, '94, has been
offered a position in the N. C.
Geological E x hi b i t s at the
J. C. Biggs, '93, is at home for
the Easter gaieties.
The Glee Club left last Mon
day for Winston.
Howard Rondthaler, '93, spent
Easter at home in Winston.
J. L. Gilmer, ''94, J. L. Patter-
1 TV. i n 1 1 T
son, 'QS, rrea irsannson, go, 1.
F. Shaffher, '96, are in Winston
Quite a coterie of Trinity stu
dents paid a visit to the Univer
sity last Saturday. We were
quite glad to have them with us.
Misses Alberta Newton, of La
gos, Africa, and Lola Rogers, of
Durham, are visiting at Dr. A.
Misses Rachael Sims and Pat
tie Styron, of Durham,, are visit
ing at Mr. H. H. Patterson's.
Dr. R. H. Lewis, of Raleigh,
Henry Frieze, Esq., of Salem,
and Dr. ' Murphy, of. the Morgan
ton asylum, the committee to ar
range for water works, were here
Mrs. A. B. Robeson entertain
ed her guests and Misses Rachael
Sims and Pattie Styron last Sat
urday evening. Among those
present were V. E. Whitlock, '93,
G. W. Gaskill, Pharm., C. R.
Emey, '96, Frank Cook, '96.
The World's Fair authorities
offer to admit chemistry students
of the Illinois State University to
the Fair free of charge for a month,
on conditions that the students
work a few hours in the mining
department in connection with
practical chemists in applied
chemistry. Silver and Gold.
Harvard has 765,000 volumes
in her library; Yale has 765,000;
Columbia 90,000; Bowdoin 84,
000; Princeton 65,000.
The members of Yale's winning-'92
crew are to receive gold
seal rings with the Yale record
inscribed upon them.
Of the Harvard eleven, Traf-
ford, Upton, Hallowell, and Ma
son will graduate next June.
times the amount of his . turf win
nings, he could never repair the
injustice and evil he does the peo
ple, in conjunction with other
horse owners, when allowing his
horse to run for purses offered by
associations that pay their expen
ses and enormous dividends out of
the people's pockets. The Summary.
SHOE - MAKER,
Opposite Prof. Harrington's.
Shoes Nailed or Pegged, - - .45
Sewed, - ... .. . .75
JORDAN'S DINING HALL
When in Raleigh. Meals on European
plan. Everything First-Class.
A. E. JORDAN, Prop'r,
114 Fayetteviu,b St.
slim, young girl, in lilac quaintly
A mammoth bonnet, lilac like the
Hangs from her arm by wide, white
strings, the crown
Wreathed round with lilac blooms, and
A cluster; lips still smiling at some jest
Just uttered, while the gray eyes half
Upon the lips' conceit; hair wind blown,
Where shadows stray, golden where the
Ah! lilac lady, step from your gold frame;
Between that starched old Bishop and the
In awe-inspiring ruff. We'll brave their
And tip a minuet. You will not? Fie!
Those mocking lips half make me wish
Her grandson, might have been my own
Headquarters for Chapel Hillians
in Raleigh is at
W. H. King & Co.s ' Drug Store.
Everything Nice in the way of
Soda Fountain Drinks, Cigars, etc.
Call and see us when in town. 4-6-4t
CROSS & LIUEHAU,
. -AND -
Cor. Wilmington and Hargett Streets,
We are Central, and Pleasantly Situated.
Students' Patronage Solicited.
TERMS $1.60 TO $2 PER DAY.
CRIME AND CHARITY.
It would benefit mankind to a
much greater and more positive
extent, were Baron Hirsch to
withdraw his stable from race-
courses, instead 01 devoting its
profits to charities. If he finds
racing necessary to improve tne
quality of his horses, he com
mands sufficient wealth and afflu
ence to obtain supporters for a
1 , ,
race course wnere no oetting
would be allowed. Were he to
spend on so called charities ten
Next Door to Citizens' National Bank,
IRaleigrli, 2T. O. '
Ice Cream Parlors.
Out of town orders solicited
for Ice Cream and Fruits of
CATERING A SPECIALTY.
Caterer to University Receptions.