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Rev. J. L. Caeeoll, D. D.
' Preacbing ' tvery Sunday, 4 morning and
nijght. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. l'rayer
meeting every Wednesday night.
, Presbyterian Church.
: v J Ret. J. E Fogaetie.
-1; Preaching every Sunday, morning and
night; except the first Sunday in each month.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m. Prayer meet
ing every Wednesday night.
f Rev. NV.M. Watson. v.-i
' Preaching every Sunday , morning, and
' night. Sunday School at 10:30 a. m. l'rayer
meeting every Wednesday night.
Rev. Feedeeic TWees.
Sunday services at 7, 11 and 7 o'clock.
Weekly services at 4 p. m. Friday. Sunday
School 4 p. mi .. During Lent services "daily
at 4 p. m.
Prof. Kael P. Harrington,
Organists, J. A. Maxwell and
.. UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE,
"six times a yeae.
Pin. . . Di.
W. P. Wooten, W. P. M. Curri e
J. T. Fugh, J. M. CHeek,
A. H. Koonce, T, J. Wilson.
, Manager, Editor,
PROF. COIXIER COBB.
' UNIVERSITY LIBRARY.
De. Eben Alexander, Librarian.
F. L. Wilcox Student Librarian ,
Open every day except Sunday, from 1 1:30
to. 1:30, and from 3 to 5. Open Sundays
- from 3 to 6 p. m. ;
University Beading Boom. f
Open every day. Leading papers pubi
lished in Union and State on file. ,
University Press Association.
H A. Rondthaler, president,
De. B Whitaker, Secretary.
Julian Ingle, De. B. Whitaker. II. A.'
Rondthaler, Walter Murphy, Executive Com.
Object is to further the disbursement of
news relating to the University. Meets at
the call of the president.
University Athletic Association.
H. B. Shaw, president.
V J. L Pughf sec'y. and treas.
Meets regularly the second Saturday in
September and January. Other calls subject
to the president.
University Foot Ball Team.
A. S. Barnard, Captain.
Charles Baskerville, Manager.
University Base Ball Team,
Perrin Busbee, Captain;
W. R. Kenan, Manager.
University German Club.
J, C Biggs, president;
, C. R. Turner, secretary and treasurer.
J fleet, at the call of the president. Leader
ected for each German.
University Glee Club,
E. Payson Willard, president and leader;
Charles Roberson, manager.
Prof. Karl P. Harrington, director.
Dr. Thomas Hume, president; J. M. Cheek,
secretary and treasurer. Meet in the Y. M.
C. A. hall the third Tuesday night in each
month.' Library open one hour each day.
Elislia Mitchell Scientific Society.
; Prof. -J. A. Holmes, president; Prof. J. W.
Gore, vice-president; Dr. F. P. Venable, sec.
retary and treasurer. Meets in person hail
second Tuesday night in each month. Jour
nal issued twice a year.
Historical Society. t.
- Ttr.Keaip Ea.Uk, presidentand correspond.
ing secretary; H. M. Thompson secretary
and treasurer. Meets at the call of the
Philanthropic Society. (Secret) .
Meets every Friday night in Phi. hall,
new east building.
Dialectic Society. (Secret.) "
- Meets every Friday night and Saturday
morning in Di. hall, new west building.
The Order of Gim Ghouls. (Secret.)
Junior. The society meets in February,
October. Banquet Thursday night of com
mencement. Fraternities. (Secret.)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Alpha, Zeta
Psi Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa
rilgma, Phi Delta Theta. Phi Gamma Delta,
Sigma Chi, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Kappa Ep
silon, meet in their respective halls every
Saturday night. .
Y. M. C. A.
F. C. Harding, president; George Stephens,
secretary and treasurer; R. E. Zachary, or
ganist. Meets four times a week in Y. M.
C. A, hall. Members appoin.ed to lend.
Hand books issued every September.
P. HarriDgton, secretary and treasurer.
Meets first Friday night in each month.
Tlie Hellenian. (Annual.)
Published by the Fraternities.
Thomas Bailey Lee, Editor-iu-Chief; Chas.
R. Turner, Walter Murphy, A. Caswell Ellis.
J. E.Mattocks, Perrin Busbee,E. P. Willard,
A. S. Barnard, H. Rondthaler, J. E. Ingle,
Jr., M. Hoke.
Walter Murphy, president; Wm, A. De-i
vin, vice-president; R. tt. Hayes, judge.
Moot coun every Saturday night.
N. M. Gibbs, president; Reid Russell, vice
president. Quiz every Saturday morning at
Senior Class. ,
Crawford Biggs, president; Michael Hoke,
G. Little, president; W. S. Snipes, vice
president. Sophomore Class.
A. B, Kimball, president; T. McL. Nor-i
throp, vice-president. r j
Dr. R. II. Whitehead, University Physi
cian. Office hours, 11 to 1.
Jerry Goblins, Junior.
Banquet Thursday night of commence
ment. ' !
In the Charlottesville game Vir
ginia played a close game up to
the seventh inning, scoring four
runs to Yale's five, then went to
pieces and let Yale run the score
up to eleven. ,
In Harvard's first game Jack
Highlands struck out three men
in nine balls in the fourth inning.
He seems to be in grand form but
it is hard to get any one to hold
There is slight chance of an
English crew coming over to row
Yale or Harvaid. The great ob
stacle seems to be the necessity for
prolonging their training for three
months after the Oxford-Cambridge
Princeton defeated the Univer
sity of Vermont on" April 5th, at
Princeton by a score of six to ten.
Vermont got rattled in the seventh
inning. Their pitcher Cook
seems to have caused much amuse
tnent. Yale captured the second game
from University of Pennsylvania
by a score of eight to seven.
Harvard had a walk over with
Lehigh on the same date, April
5th, the score being fourteen to
Harvard tied University of
Pennsylvania in a game on April
6th. Highlands was wild and
was retired. Bayne gave out.
Reese, was disabled by a pitched
ball. Score twelve to twelve.
Errors, Harvard four, Universi
ty Pennsylvania six.
A student may live on $300 a
year at Harvard, but careful cal
culations are necessary.
Over $89,000 a year are distrib
uted by Harvard University 4 'to
poor and worthy scholors of high
In the first twelve weeks of uni
versity extention work, under di
rection of the Chicago University,
12,090 people were present in the
The Levering lectures at Johns
Hopkins University were deliv
ered last month by the Rev. Dr.
William R. Huntington, of New
York. The lectures were on
"Four monosyllables of religion :
Life, light, law, love."
The attendance of women at
the Scotch universities, is steadily
increasing. Glasgow and Edin
burgh have each about 100 lady
students; St Andrew's has 19,
Aberdeen has 11. In addition
there is a medical school in Edin
burgh, especially for women?
which has 43 students enrolled.
These are on graduation entitled
to degrees. '
After 1 894, the standard of ad
mission at Princeton will be
Krepert's Atlas Antiquus.
Price by mail, $2.00.
LEACH, SHEWELL & SANBORN,
New York, Boston,
Professor Thomas Dunston,
Get his estimate before you employ any
one else to get up your banquet.
v' - OF V'
The University has 23 teachers and 317
students, 10 buildings, 8 labratories and
museums for scientific study and research,
2 literary societies, the Shakespeare Club,
the Philological Club, the Mitchell Scien
tific Society, the Young Men's Christian
A LIBRARY OF 30,000 VOLUMES
open 5 hours daily, a Reading Room with
60 papers and journals.open daily 10 hours,
a Gymnasium with skilled instructor,
Athletic Grounds for Base Ball and Foot
Ball and 10 tennis courts.
There are four courses of study, six
brief courses, a large number of optional
courses, with special and professional
courses in Chemistry, Law, Medicine and
The Chemical Laboratories are fully
equipped for all kinds of work; the Law
School has two classes, with daily recita
tions and Lectures for each day; the Med
ical school offers daily lectures and re
quires students to dissect the human
cadaver; the Engineering department fur
nishes advanced theoretical instructions
as well as field practice.
Discipline is firm but manly and self
respecting. There is no demerit system
nor espionage. Students are treated as
gentlemen and expected to behave as gen
tlemen. Students from other institutions of rec
ognized standing are credited with such
work as they have performed with honor
at those institutions.
Over 70 scholarships are available for
needy boys of trust.
$16,000 to be loaned to very needy and
very talented boys.
Time granted to those whose means
cannot be used at once. Address,
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Rev J. J. JONES,
CHAPEI HIL,L, N. C.
CRFAES MEET EVERY TRAIN.
Boarding House ,
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