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UNIVERSITY' OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C,. SEPTEMBER 25, 1893.
; ..THE TARHEEL..
A weekly paper published at the
University of North Carolina, un-
der the, auspices of the University
Athletic Association devoted to the
interests of the University at'large.
.. Issued every Thursday morning.
: ;'lt will contain a summary of all
occurrences in the University . and
village of Chapel. Hill. . " ., .
.Space will he. assigned for the
thorough discussion of all points
ft' ; ;' 1 y " -1 , '" ' . ."' ' ' 1 - . " '''
pertaining to the advancement and
, .growth of the University, v
; A. brje'f account each week of the
occurrences' iii, the "amateur, ath-Ictic'-vvydd
wifh' Special' attention
to "our own ' athletic-interest; i and
-,, ,.-( . "-.r - i-''.t' .-.1 !' "
..progress. in Football; Baseball,. Ten -
1 K 'lVr' 4f:
nis,, eic.. ,
everj' Subject' W tfitWrbS Wito.
the students and citizens of the vil;-'
L'Mf helhtiloVl' 4
v-ri.' -.'.). 11. 1
aiss.iomqniail! appropriate! subjtp
.with cm; ertdqiy-or, to-Av, full justice
to everyone.' I he . chief and hf
assista-nth w;ill. decide a ilo. rappt:o
priateness of articles Vio ;ohy-!
' inou" art'jclcs will ic-i acceptfwith
out autlior'.s name being knovviV.;tp
the chief, .which -will: be f in- confi
dence, if desired. ,
Adwrtis.TS will v.)tc that ihis is
the BI-ST, QUl;:n-ST. and ; SUREST,
means by which they ca'n. reach the
students. For rates see or write
"Business Manager of Tar Heel,"
Chapel Hill, N. C; or drop him a
card and he will call.
The Editors . of the i Iellenian ,
should meet and devise some plan
to meet the debt of $184,00 that
is due Mr. Whitaker ' the agent of
Chas. H. Elliott & Co., of Phila-
' Jeiphra," ' for;-' publishing l'. it..' Mr
Whitaker has been'i put to rconsid-.
erable inconvenience and this piat
J b.h he attended to at o"
THE "Hellenian," last year so
far as the get up and contents of
the book were e.oncerned was a de
cided success. From a financial
standpoint it was ?. decided failure.
The present shape that the "Hel
lenian,' ; matters are in suggests the
idea that since its' inception the
Editors have been - pursuing the
wrong course in regard to the-, pub
lication of the book: .The ; pub
lication of it has-always been de
layed until very.. near.-, Commence
ment and generally it arrives at
the most disadvantageous time to
dispose of it. It is generally known
that people who advertise ; iiv such
publications always place.' .their., ad
vertisements at the beginning of ,
the. year, and in the past the. Edi
tors have, not:; been elected until
after Christmas, then it is too late
to secure, paying. 'advertisements.
tMt does: seem from present obser
vations and.especially;wlth the; past
year's bad results, that .in .the. , fu
ture there is "tmty one course, to
pursue and-that is to elect ther Edi
tors at the-beginhirg ;of -the. Fall
jernr' a'ndFihave ali -the; matter, .'read
for "thfe publisher 'by. the' lastof'
t January so the!rbook,;ma,y;.:be7rQut1
of the pubirsherhajadsit. txitsiw
of May." Perhaps-some jbjegtions-
:am be; made t.tlKt l?Jl' -it'; h ""the
plan-adopd Jy most of -.our. sister
'iasrjtutjQhK, that jue ", Annuals
Let a meeting of... the,- fraternises
be called and .-4iscuSs the matters
,It wRl.natdo fof .the.lUfllejnjan, .
to.' he discontinued -foiJbecpme.
Unjalmostperrnanen mvb ui M1C
.University 1and,Ja,rYery-i impoiVV11
.oi)eo,as'it ishe- yeatlreford
,of Universjty ;lire. j
' . 1 : l 1
, Ti ih.Tah Heel,, in 'behalf of . .the
studenis, accords warm .welcome
to the hew Professors, who in ; the
future cast theirjot with us. Prof.
Alderman, we. all. know, .nri honor
graduate of 'the University, a pro
found thinker, able and tleep scho!
ar and a nun .of. great personal
maonetism takes charge of. the new
chair recently . established, " (he
Philosophy of Education.'' Prof.
Telman comes to us from the tar
north with the best of recommen
dations anct'.an universal reputation
for scholarship, he will fill the chair
of "Sanscrit, "..and act as Professor
of Greek in the absence of Hon.
Eben Alexander now our Minister
at Athens. : We hope his stay in
the South will be -pleasant and we
accord to him our best wishes for
success in his new, field.. ; . ; :
WATER WORKS. .
One of the departments : most : to
be desired, in University equipment
is an effective and convenient system,
of water works. . This, thanks to a
generous legislature, has at length
been provided us and indubitably
the Hygenic conditions hereabouts
as. individually related will greatly
improve. A dozen hydrants station
ed about the campus offers - protec
tion in case of fire, While underneath
the Library are placed faucets, tubs,
shower baths and all other: appara
tus necessary to the health and
comfort of Collegians.' The shower
bath, especially, will prove a source
of much pleasure and godd result to
the; training: foot ball men; Two
large tanks1 situated in the 'South
Building attic serve-8 as' ' reservoirs
for the water when pumped ; from
the cistern .back of Memorial Hall.
Miich .care Ms' been 'exercised i'n Re
gard to 'the la'ying'of Wewerage pipes
which : extend ' nearly' a rr!fl? -sbiiUi
:of the rear wall;!ancl,i! s6-fiT,'':tfie
HrAiha'se 'seeiirea is-fexfe"l(erit.luA a
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saepeqhe bfeHe.' Vf'-J rUi 1
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
J H Daingerfield, Salem N.C.
L H McRae, Chapel Hill, N. C;
V B Allen, Florence, S, C.
M.Allen. ' : " "
. : . : ZETA psi. '
John Gregory. Lr.iIfax,.N, C:
Stuart Hilh, ' - - "
W-.-D .Grimes, Grimstland, N. C
C'F McRae; Payeueville, N, C.
F. i ; J Haywood , Raleigh,; i L C.
R S Busbee,- h' " :
E F Carr, Durham, - "
Percy McMuIlen,. Hertford, N. C;
A W. Mangum. Chapel Hill,
R H -Graves, ; v'-t' : "
. " -PHI GAM.MA DELTA .' i
B R LL LI A, T REfQ 1 19; v ! T) 9
j -QF QUR fi'P'UNQ fALUMNL ! I
Class, of;'QO.and;.tR- jPrJohnsJpnj
.of fat? v.er-eia.ppainte'4 as;cadets-ta
the United: vbtate iVli!,ita'ryAaaa
emvat WestlPoint.f ..Hovv.dJ anil
Joknstou irwerevtwo"- ';ofl, thev-Ji.es't
students ,at tnat. ume, ine . u niyetM
ty had, and though a .brHliant carper
was predicted- them'at the Acad-my-
-yef' the Reality 'far' exceed
ed' all expectations;" for in June,
Howell graduated, first and John
ston third, in an unusually ' large
and brilliant class. ' :
this fact alone would, demon
strate 'the superior educational ad
vantages that young men enjoy at
the University. The University
and the State feel proud of these
young men and predict for them a
brilliant career in the A f my . Both
Howell and Johnston are stationed
at Willitt's Point, near New York
city. ; ' ' ' '
Cornell has an t'liuuw.nuu
Ja'sV Abdertbn ,' Lexington N,"C :
KAPPA ALPHA. ;
T RjRobertsQn, 1 Jr,;Cha'f jotte N..C.
H Fcushe'e., Nasiiyijle, , ?t
J H '.Mvtin?f Washington, Ul.C
H R! .Harnptp'r, M.inappUs, ftlinr.
,y . jM ..GAves (Se.lmaf N,.? vffJ
'.Mr,, DELTA, ,KAPA -P.SLLON.. ,.f. .
VqS .Howard, ?Tafboro N. G. n y
'GlaytonjGilesjiWilmington,' iSin (
. . 1 r - T- .tiff ,1 ".1:1 m. L . . ...
A, . VV ' 'OClUCTIi,!' I J r I . . v
t7f;J PrtCutlar v::'vr."c r';.;t u
Fred' ,06 hftsorf ; I Qmto Hp. N .: . h
!S B- ShepheTd,fWashingt6h.rN:.:C
'Her man; Hp r nfhai (i 'Plyrnouthy v. ?
Dbvid'fiooth; 'KtredcYfllB;: TeRin.';.
Di L RlrssdV J2i:)iWilmingtfchxXC .
,R vR GatH'ng. Rkieigliv-fti- V
T;J R .WhaMm; jWaskirigton, :
V 'G , ClaVkearboro. ,
We hear that Trinity college
opened with n'O students. Wake
Forest- 150, and Davidson ' 1 10.
The University has 376 ; students
at the present time. ; We are sorry
that the bad times1 'have had such
an effect on our sister institutions,
but rejoice that the attendance at
the University is larger , this year
than for 32 vears. ; -; y
.ti li SlGAiAAC(jH - .,t- .
thedl--Klllttz.: Jrt ;kfebury. N.C.
P BVCraige:'"l--'!i,? 'i:MM !M ;-;,
J L' Everett. Rockingham, '- u
W R'Webb' Bellbirc'kHS'-renu.-
W.HlGreen, Jr., Wiimingto"h, N.C.
jonn anarews, uuiciii, . .
Mike SchencWj.Greensborp, .
H. T. Sharper. Plymouth, . Va.1
F. W. London, Pittsbcro, N. C.
O, H. Dockery, Mangum, ; c;
. , ' . BETA THETA PL . , .
W. L. Scott, Greensboro,
W..J. Weaver, Asheville,
H. E. Johnston, ;
W. S. Myers, .....
V. E. McA'doo Greensboro, N. C.
VV. W. Home, Fayetteville, "
Prof. J. A-. Holmes, has resigned
from the chair .of Geology, and
will devote his time to the" duties
of state Geologist, which, position
Hp nW fills; Prof. Holmes' position
is now very ably .filled by! Prof.
Collier Cobb,, who for the past
vearwas acting. Prof, of that., de-