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H. McCtll , i$ ' teaching rttfcr
Itite'svillc N. C.
A;H; Kboiicr BJ'9S; ii teach
ing in Onflow. .
tfeprgl Connor 92' If 5 principal
f the GolcIsborV Graded Schools.
Percy Cook, Law '92. is a law.
yer iri Columbia, Tenn.
J, I. Foust, '91, is Superintend
nt of the Wilson Graded Schools.
Sam Ashe, Ex. '93, is teaching
E. Car r, Ex. '94, has a school in
Duplin. He will return next' year.
Z. I. Walser, Litt, 93, is at home
reading law. . "
James Sawyer left Saturday to
take in the World's Fair.
Palmer Dalrymple, -91, is teach
ing at Rock Hill S. C.
Chas. S. Mangum, '91, spent a
few days on the Hill last week.
R. S. Turlington, Med. '93, is at
"the Medical College of Virginia,
H. B. Parker, Law g2 is located
at Iorth Wilkesboro, N. C. prac
Mr. H. Armstrong, of Bryan Tex
as, has been initiated into the Phi
Gamma Delta Fraternity.
C. G. Peeble, '91, is a member
of the law firm of Peeble & Peeble,
Jackson, N. C.
C O, McMichaei, Ex.'oj, got his
license to practice law some days
Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Durham, has
been visiting Mrs. H. H. Patterson
during the week.
Rev. B. S. McKenzie, of Hillsbo
ro, paid a visit to his brother, E. B.
McKenzie, 96', the past week.
Dr. Hume, last Sunday morning
at the Baptist church, gave us a
sabbath discourse on the "Perma
nent features of the Bible."
Judge Shepherd, Chief Justice of
the Supreme court of North Caro
lina, was on the Hill from Saturday
: Howard Rondthaler. '93. is as
sistant in the Salem Male ADademy.
He is preparing to enter the Mora
vian Theological Seminary near
Mr. Nitze, assistant State Geolo
gist, has been on the Hill for the
past week. He will go to John
Hopkins this year to do special
The Glee. Club promises this
year to surpass all previous clubs.
Several of the old members have
returned, and there is an abundance
of new material. There is a bright
prospect, and Prof. Harrington is
. Any one who has listened o the
imprompti 1 meetings on Saturday
night will heartily agree with : us in
bur prediction of a brilliant season
for this club. . ; , x
Rev. Dr. Williams of Baltimore,
is visiting his daughter tXr$: Prof.
Gore. On last Sunday evening he
filled Dr. Carroll's" pulpit, deliver
ing a very ifble and interesting sermon.
Geo. Grthm, 91. ex captaii of
the "Varsity" Foot ball team is on
the Hill. He has been giving , the
team some excellent coaching.
George is the best full back that
we have ever had.
Rev. C. C. Newton, together
with his family, spent some days
on the Hill last week, and filled the
pulpit at the Baptist church in the
morning and in the evening lectur
ed on African life as he had seen it
in his four years' stay as Baptist
missionary in Africa. He sails
again in about two weeks for his
Hurrah for the Secend Eleven,
the much worked and much abused
"Scrub.".; They have done nobly.
The game Thursday, Oct 12th,
between the A. & M. College and
the Second Eleven .was. a very
creditable display, of scientific foot
ball considering the earliness of the
necessarily poor chances for prac
tice. There was aot very much
fumbling, and there were many
brilliant plays. The rushing of
Steel, Dockery, and Thomas, the
tackling of McKinne and Rankin
were especially noticeable. Currie
and Sharp did wonders in breaking
up Vs, and Webb played his posi
tion well. The team owes ' much
to George Graham for his training.
Hughes, Pritchard and McRae
played well for the A. & M. They
put up a good steady game but for
tune was against them. We hope
to have many a friendly tussle
with them in the future.
They have left a pleasant im
pression as fine gentlemanly fel
The score was, Second Eleven
22. A. & M. College o. Full de
tails will be in the next issue.
Harvard and Princeton have not
played Foot Ball since 1889. The
differences that exist between these
two . Universities have continued
from that time until the present.
This vear prominent alumni of both
colieges have been making efforts
to have these differences adjusted
and have the teams meet in the
future as in the past in Athletic con-
tests and especially roor. oan.
nresent indications 1
m opm that the efforts of the
alumni will prove of no avail. Har
vard as usual will make no con
cessions and gets on her dignity and
tries to treat Princeton as an mien
Rpinw is anoended the record o
Prinrptnn and Harvard. Foot Ball,
since 1887. Princeton is far ahead
in every particular.
! Hiruarl touchdowns,
iB77-rniu.ci.vHi, -;- . iT'..t -
J, n;-r 1 n-ii t ift" Harvard, s
i879-Prin;eton, i touchdown; harvard, .o. 5
safeties. , , , .
r; o rrmlc tailf hilOWIlS. 6 Site
ties; Harvard, i goal, i touchdown, 4 safe
oo. o-n t cflftvt Harvard, i safety.
1882-Harvard, 1 goal, 1 touchdown; Pnnv.et.on,
1883- Princeton, 20 points; Harvard, 7.
1884- Princeton, 34 points; Harvard 6.
1880-Pnnceton, 12 points: Harvard, o
i837-Harvard, 12 points; Princeton, o.
i833-Princeton, 18 points; Harvard, 6.
1880-Princeton, 41 points; Harvard, 15.
iSS7-'8v-Totals: Princeton, 5 goals, 4 touJi-
downs. 10 safeties; Harvard, 2 goals, 4
touchdowns, 10 safeties.
iS83-'9o-Princeton, 131 points; Harvard, 46
Recapitulation, Nov. ( Wnceton,9yirtones
?-?-aa. .... - Harvard, 2 victories.
18, 8 One game tied.
What's the matter with College
Topics? We miss this valuable exchange.
The following newsy exchanges
gives us much pleasure, Daily Car
dinal, Lehigh Burr,-Sewanee News
Merritt, who played eid on the
team, has decided to play this year.
He will make a valuable addition to
Roanoke College has, during the
past summer, built a neat Gymna
sium and established a system of
water works, steam heaters etc. in
Every student, friend and alum
nus f the University who has any
interest in the welfare and advance
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Tvo venrsaooit was announced,
and for awhile observed, that there
would be given, yearly, a series of
lectures by eminent men for the
benefit and entertainment of the
student body. Of late, we are sor
ry to note a cessation of the cus
tom and trust that the matter will
receive due consideration from the
powers that be so that IN FUTURE
there may be extended these excel
lent opportunities for improvement.
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J. Crawford Biggs our crack right
end of last year .is captaining the
St. Albans Academy team this year
where he is an instructor. He has,
we have heard, an exceedingly
strong team witn Symmes, Prince
ton's old center, snapping the
ball, and Murray McGuire of Uni
versity of Va. dishing it out.
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