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" Associate editors : """
W. P. M. CUrtRIE, , CHAS. BASKERVILLE,
r." B. lee,; .,. ;. -" J. T. pugh. ,
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as secortu ciass matter.
'.'ThursdaV,i Oct. 26; -1893:
- " -Mr. Bank's of the, Charlotte " 6b-'-1
"'server the ' embryonic" "'I'rlprace
(" Greely,"-who ' helps Joe Caldwell
- 'sling paste on that most excellent'
' :.v "paper; has;falleri out with the 'new
n - college 'yell. " After1 reading his ar
: ''tide in last ,f Saturday's "edition .'of
'-'ihat paper one -would hatually sup-
i ::5iust recoverecJ' from ' a' severe: at;'.
;'-f -tack iof: 'bill iousfiess. -", Mr,' vEanks.
' ' ' 'vriies' charmingly, ' he1 also writes
vpbery,' but when' he" falls' info! the
' ' error' or' writings alrthorativety
4 about college yells-; he gets" out of
I ;"Miis latitude-' about 45 "degrees; ; That
- subject is something th'at'he 'has no(
'" more idea of than' a 'billy goat has
' -of ' the -ballet. " ; According -'toj iis
: 4 idea it is a" bad yell witho'ut'' 'one,,
''":" : redeeming-feature," he says', ''it' js
the worst yeiixever saw. .vyeare
glad of 4t, foe want everyone" w.ho
nmr emu if r 'Vrinl' f A "ijfi'mm
41 W' killllih
'As for lis,' we never" have seen it,
' but we . have heard 'it, and affer
' . once hearing it, we became charm-
- ed, infatuated witH it. It is a bad
yell, we want a bad yell, we aim to
have, the; worst,. yell in. the south,
ana tnougn, itt uoes not qyite ;ap-
' ."'proa'ch the CnoflwCdmmanclie,.
Calliope ccmbinatibn fhaj the' (l)ni-
- versity 'of Virgina has for ".a" yell,
' ; , yet, we, who, are to warble'fortjil its ,
.rJ;sweet, uuicet, -narmonious. tQnes,
'"''are 'satisfied jwith'it.' Mr. Barfs
1 " says'men may come', '.men, may go,
nations' may 'fall', Maryan' Uutler
A" may 20 tq'.-ine 'Senate, the' devil
. ' may die an'd the Pope'turn.resby-.
"terian,' still he'villsit in ' his easy.
" chair in the editorial "sarjetum and--;
; chant in his .prima . doqna Tories'
" those heprt-rending, peacerdestrdy,;
"' mi7tiines that ye have' for so., long-:
called our yell. t Oood tor ypif
( ' Banks, oW boy, vxe.likp, ypir oy&
4 ' alty'aridllevotibn'to .'things'' of , the
. past. , -rejser,ve, Oh!f Preserve
' ' that' yell in your mind, run, it alli
. v-!:i(. . ; H."..." j .,;. ...i;. .).,' I
througn.your larynx ror exercise,
hnd it down to your children', buy
: i. n pl;onogpph ahd Havd.it recorded,
' '- cylindfically,' but tar'tn sake 'of
: ;hVrmony,','eyphony and . b-otherly
" "love,. if you'ever come hack to'" the;
'' 1 In'uorc!H nnt inii wixA tll'it 'oll -
' on 'the rampus unless, you want .
' "'some one to 6 rain you. J ;
I kt Sntnrdnv afternoon eleven Buy your tlCKeis lur uic ocvia,
r j - . , nru-..
M:in'Ainavrnlv-hpnr1pd crpntle- train to Durham at once, llicy
f IrfYeJi clparisdced in blue: stockings can be had at the bursar's office.
ahel dirfy-looking foot ball suits,
appeared on the - parade grounds of
Have the fraternities taken any
the -Virginia Military : i Institute: at steps to pay Mr. Whitaker the bal-
Va.. shouting: ".We, are ance "ue un ai mv...v....
There is still a large oaiance aue,
and it is a shame that it has not
been paid. ,
'&JZ "J. 'J,..'" i V,'t
the stult . 1 here are no tiies on
us ! ' ' . These ;. . ,same, . uncouthly
dressed mortals had. the day before
" i I 1 III i 1 .J T IT.-!
Kicn;eq(Svyasningxpn, anume um-
versity off the field, by a score of
44,to pp and theys went over to V.
M. I. with The same delectable
. .' i 1 . , ; , .! ; . I .... ' : i, 1 . . !
anticipations, .All anticipations are
,npt,t , real.izea, . .however; at least
.these, yere . not, . for in one hour
ir:oin jne:ume,iney .apFeareu ou uc hi time that the editors of
3 7 The Hellenian for '93 and '94 were
i; Davidson College has a foot ball
team. They, defeated the Char
lotte Y. M. C. A. last week at
Davidson by a "tore of 36 to o
Why could we nt get a game in
Charlotte with them?
cu cv cue siuu, . auu ; UIU
, blue-s.tocking , fellows were all try-
ing to hide ehincl, Kirkpatrick. who
was leading The.way to the dress
ing, room, ,,i .he. result of that game
baturdayj gives us food for. thought,
ahfi part .of,., the, food is indigestible
.somQ.ofjit, pause.ating and none of
itfapgetizing; but we must stomach
it. the best wecan. ' We have had
the same desc ,?ea fruit .before;. ; In
the opinion pf tie editor, who was
one of, .those eleven blushing
and. .bashful, youths, that Was
jn Jtjiate.gafne against . ;y.. -.M . .; the
game yas lost through carelessness,
lackof team work and oyer-confi
dencei. The team should not feel
ter, for if you do, an experience
similar to the one of last year
awaits you. The book should be
ready to , go to the publishers by
the last of March. As yet not one
thing has been done.
GOLLEGE SPIRIT AMONG THE
The spirit shown by SOME of the
boys, and we are glad it was not
all, was one of which any college,
much more the University of North
Carolina, should well be ashamed.
Our team came back and like
.discouraged;. tiiis is but a repetition men confessed that they did not
.yrK-. p16. things that effect play like they ought but did not
lay any blame on umpire, referee
the team most is the lack of-cohfi-
donee Jn each ; other,, that we
possessed in a ; ; great, .degree iast
yeaAM Jhis year we, must have it;
we did 'not; have? it - at . v.; M. 1.'
or anyone else.
Instead of holding up their heads
and encouraging them to harder
Jhere;wasa decided: contrast in playing and better practicing, what
theixwa'y:the ,.Jeam lined up last
, Saturday, an4th? .wayi'vit. lined up
in - Atlanta -i Jast . ; year against ; the
, University of Virginia. Last Saturday-
we i..;Were;v over-confident.
. fWvent Jnto the .game; with the
jdeaj-ngt.the determination, that we
would ;winv ; We played , loosely,'
and th .e.su.lt was we, , had our tail
feathers plucked in, a very.uncere
monious manner, In Atlanta the
should the boys at home do but
hang their rooms in mourning, toll
the bell and give the V. M. I, yell
when they came in from the depot.
Shame on such conduct and such
want of college pride and feeling 1
The following gentlemen have
Lectin wem vu 111c liciu Willi u Kieai -, ,
, v,,;i i' ;7 . , Club:
- M -" I T7 xt nr.
thpr wi?nt' wirfi thA MpprminiiTion a t -vr r 1st Tenors.
of playing haliand'the result was,"
.the' University' of ; .Virginia was
kicked wto:afraz2le;!- In the future
letv.thej;tekm. have confidence! in
ieach'Cther; .let them play as a unit. ne rest win be chosen in a
afid vhenlthey ,.go !in - a game let hweek or more.
'them, go" in iwith the determination
'of : winning,1 and- winning . at any
cost within the limits of a gentle-
F. N. Cooke,
A. W. Mangum,
f! B.' mSc 2nd Tcnor3'
Chas. Roberson, 1st Bass.
P. F. Bahnson, 1 ,
E. B. McKenzie, 2111BaSs.
The rest will be chosen
a tfA id
r.Vf ;vu Liuijjvuuvi j
aVvWnF-?U,?C,;-P?0n:S' at. ,once'
.Wne3 money ;to run , Te"Tar
,He'EL, , ji.nd ,need 'it ' at once. So
please pay, up.j Mr, '. RobeVspri'.'SyiU.
,b.e very glad to receive , your sub
scnption., .,, ; .,. . , ;
Look at Cross & Linehan's ad
vertisement of fine clothing and
furnishing goods. -
We call attention to r the adver
tisement of Dughi's Resturant.
The Branson House has a . notice
among the "ads."
w . -
Horkm and Williams, who bought
out Burch and Bro., are advertising
a new stock In this issue. :
FALL 11 WINTER SUITS.
If You Want a FINE SUIT
OVER COAT for Winter.
Made in the latest styles and of the best
Material, we can furnish your wants
In All The Leading
CROSS & LINEHAN,
Leading Clothiers & Furnishers
Raleigh, N. C.
V. H. BOYDEN, Agent.
The University : :
of North Carolina
Offers thorough instruction in 4 regular ,
courses of study , 6 brief courses, optional
courses to suit individual needs, and pro
fessional courses in law, medicine and en
gineering. Tuition $60 n year ; total expense $250
375 students, 25 teachers, 30,000 vol
umes, 7 scientific laboratories and muse
uums, gymnasium, athletic grounds, bath
rooms (free to all).
Discipline manly, without espoinage.
Scholarships ana loans to the needy.
Tuition free to sons of all ministers,
candidates for the ministry, public school
teachers, aud persons under bodily infirm
ity. Address President Winston.
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Horton and Wiffiams
Having bought out the firm of A. P. Burch
& Bro., are offering special bargains in
Hand-made Shoes, Hats, Gents' Fnrnish
ing Goods, Underwear, &c.
We have just received a new stock of
the above goods ana will sell at the
LOWKST POSSIBLE PRICES.
The patronaee of the Students is re
HORTON fc WILLIAMS,
(Next to Roberson's Drug Store.)
Chapel Hill, - N. C. .
ON THE HALF SHELL,
at 25 Cents a Dozen at
Fine ''Old Baker" and MMonongahala"
Whiskies. Give me a call.
No. 114 Church st., Durham, N. C.
You will find DUGHI'S RESTAURANT the
best place in town to get a good meal or a
first-class stew or fry of Oysters.
Give me a call when in town.
DUGHI'S RESTAURANT, "
Raleigh, N. C.
Ti?e Biraisoi) Hotise.
Students, when they come to Raleigh, will
find the BRANSON HOUSB a first-class place
to stop and get good meals. Polite servants
and splendid cuisine. BRANSON HOUSE,
Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C.
Rich. & Dan. R. R.
F, W. Hudekoper & Renuen Foster,
Chape Hill Branch.
Lv Chapel Hill 7 55 Ar University 8 55
: university 9 20 " Chapel Hill 1020
EVENING TRAIN. ,
Lv Chapal Hill 430 Ar University S30
university 6 05 " Chapel Hill 7 S