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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. "ft, APRIL 27, 1893.
THE TAR HEEL. ;
A weekly paper published at the
University of North Carolina,
under the auspices of the Univer
sity Athletic Association, devoted
to, the interests of the University at
Issued every Thursday morning
It will contain a summary of al
occurrences in the University and
village of Chapel Hill.
Space will be assigned for the
thorough discussion of all points
pertaining to the advancement and
growth of the University.
A brief account each week of the
occurrences in the amateur athe-
letic world, with especial attention
to our own athletic interests, and
progress in Football, Baseball,
All society news, personals and
every subject of interest both to
the students and citizens of the vil
lage, will be treated each week.
The columns will be open to dis
cussion on all appropriate subjects
with an endeavor to do full jus
tice to everyone. The chief and
his assistants will decide as to ap
propriateness of articles no anony
mous articles will be accepted with
out authors name being known to
the chief, which will be in confi
dence, if desired.
Advertisers will note that this is
the beat, quickest, and surest, means
by which they can reach the stu
dents. For notes see or write
"Business Manager of Tar Heel,"
Chapel Hill, N. C, or drop him a
card and he will call.
OUR YOUNG ALUMNI.
Jule H. Little, '98, is with O
P. Heath & Co., Cotton Brokers
Charlotte, N. C.
Wm. Little, '88, is engaged in
the practice of law, Charlotte
A. W. Long, '84, formerly Pro
fessor of English in Trinity Col
lege, N. C, and Wofford Col
lege, S. C, has a fellowship a
Harvard this year.
Chas. C. McAlister, '91, is in
the cotton mill business, Ashville,
W. H. McElwee, '85, is en
gaged in the manufacture of to
bacco at Statesville, N. C.
R. B. McLaughlin, '88, is rap
idly rising as a lawyer, at States
ville, N. C. He .represented his
District in the last General As
sembly, as a member of the Sen
Frank H. Beall, '92, is raising
blooded stock on his farm, at Lin
wood, N. C.
The late issue of the. Univer
sity Magazine, of New York, con
tained an account of Judge Au
gustus Van Wych, '68, with a
short sketch of his life. Judge
Van Wych is a prominent lawyer
of Brooklyn, N. Y. , and is Judge
of the-Brookly city court.
David Schenck, '88, is asso
ciated with his father, Judge Da
vid Schenck in the practice of
law, at Greensboro, N. C.
H. W. Scott, '90, is another of
our young alumni who is engaged
in the manufacture of cotten, he
has charge of a mill at Graham,
The Lynchburg, Va. , papers of
the 26th give an account of the
marriage of 6. D. Batchelor, '88,
to Miss Maude Watts of Lynch
burg. The Tar Heel extends
congratulations, and wishes for
the happy couple a long life of
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joy. Mr. Jiatcneior is very pleas
antly remembered here. He was
a student ot high standing and in
his Senior year, won the Willie
P. Mangum medal.
Confectioneries, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco,
Prof. Joseph Swain, of Leland
University, accepts the presiden
cy, of Indiana University, from
which Dr. J. M. Colter has re
signed to accept the presidency
of Lake Forest University.
B. Rush Lee, '94, has returned
from a visit to his parents.
Mr. H. B. Hitze, of the state
Geological Survey, has gone to
Washington, S. C.
' Chas. Mangum, '91, who has
taken such a high standing a
Jefferson College has returned
Tom Lighter, '94, paid us a
pleasant visit last week.
Walter Murphy and J. Craw
ford Biggs of The Tar Heel,
were down to see the Wake
Forest game Friday.
Our congenial fiiends, Tommy
and Jerry Bellezzer, have opened
a dancing class in Raleigh.
Van Ness, of Charlotte who
has been doing the photographic
work of the University has gone.
We are glad to see Reid Rus
sell, med., back. His father is
very much better.
Gaither, '93, has been honored
by an election to the jerry gob-
The Misses Badger of Rahigh
who has been visiting at the
charming home of Dr. Alexander,
left Tuesday. "
Prof. C. W. Toms, '89, of the
Durham Graded Schools, was
here last Friday as one of the
Dr. Thos. Hume, Jr., has been
invited to deliver an address in
Wilmington before a select
audience. This is quite a com
pliment to the University and
the Doctor, as he takes the place
of Mr. Watterson, who was to
have made his famous address.
Mr. A. T. Hill, of Kinston,
was here Friday night as com
mitteeman in Phi Society.
Thos. R. Foust, '92, has been
elected Asst. Prof., in math
ematics, vice Burt Shaw, '90,
who will not be back next year.
Profs. Chas. D. Mclver, Mar
in H. Holt, Eugene Armfield
constituted the committee, for
:he Dialectic Society Friday.
E. M. Armfield, '88, now cash-j
ier of the High Point National
Bank, paid his alma mater a
visit last week, while heare he
was the guest of the Phi Gramma
Messrs F. M. London and F. C.
Williams, of Pittsboro were here
Friday as guests of A. H. Lon
L. J. Kirkland, '84, has been
on the Hill, for a few days, visit
ing his father, our postmaster,
and selling goods for the Dur
ham Supply Company.
J. M. Anderson, '89, was on
the Hill a few days since.
Dr. Winston, has been to Spar
tanburg, S. C. , where he went
to deliver an address at the lay
ing of the corner stone of Con
verse College. "
Mr. Wm. A. Devin, and Mr.
E. P. Willard have been honored
by election to Gim ghouls.
Drs. Whitehead and Venable
took in the game with Wake
Last Tuesday night Mrs.
Alexander gave a delightful
dance in ; honor of Misses Kate
and Janette Badger of Raleigh.
The following gentleman from
the University attended: Messrs.
Boyden, Perschall, Murphy Vass,
Ellis, Patterson, Andrews and
Dr. Battle, left hurriedly Sat
urday night for Lilesville where
his brother Dr. William H.
Battle is quite sick.
The contests for the Society
medals on last Friday night re
sulted as follows: In the Philan
thropic Society the debater's med
al was awarded to Mr. W. P.
Wooten, '93, and the declaimer's
to Mr. H. H. Home, '94. The
judges in the Phi contest were
Dr. J. L. Carroll '63, of Chapel
Hill, C. W. Toms, '89, of Dur
ham and A. T. Hill, '82, of Kin
ston. In the Dialectic Society
the debater's medal was awarded
to Mr. E. M. Wilson, '93, the
declaimer's to Mr. M. B. Aeton,
'96. The judges in the Di con
test were, Prof. Chas. D. Mclver,
of '81, of the State Normal Col-
ege, Prof. Martin H. Holt of
Oak Ridge Institute and E. M.
Armfield, '88, of High Point.
'I'd follow you e'en to the ends of the
"I'd defend your life with my blood."
"All right," said the girl as her hat flew
"Just chase yourself out there in the
U. of M. Daily.