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again and hope he will ,be; well
enough to piay in .me . varsny
Dr. Manning, says he is 5 one
fourth of the team, and we are of
the opinion that the-doctor knows
a good thing when ie s'e'es it.
Bob Gray '96, Cliff Carroll '96,
Mitchell 'qO, Honeycutt, Turner and
Hmham. W. A. 'as. have returned
from the Raleigh Fair. ' ""' :
p. uVVhv did Dockery spend so
much time and money at the side
shoO with the red curtains?" ;
B. "He ..went to see the
snakes.' (?) 4 ; . ;
Miller (reading Latin): "I am
completely clone for now, :
Prof. H. " (as"' the bell rings):
'That's right, Mr. Miller." And
then the. class laughed.. i
Prof., Alderman has received an
appropriation of $100 to buy books
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work and should inspire all the
nlumni to better efforts. '
We have been informed that
there is some mistake as to the
persons represented in the King's
Mountain affair. Can the gentle
man from Mooresville throw any
light on the subject ? , . . u , :
I ne uase ua.u men uvt uww
gymnasiunr and '. Memorial Hall.
; Now that they have it, why do we
never see: them use it? Capt.
Robertson should pay more atten
tion, to' this.
ITte northern glee clubs, are sing
ing "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup"' this season and it is a
drawing card . with . them. ,. The
S'Andover club, announces the, fact
'that they are the ' first glee club to
sing it. We would remind them
that our club learned it from the
original manuscript, it having been
composed by our musical director,
Prof. Harrington., .
The Manager of the foot ball
team has made arrangements for
a special. train to Durham for the
game with Trinity , next Saturday.
He has arranged for. a. ten per cent
, reduction on the price of the tickets
.; to all paid up Members of the Ath
letic 'Assoc These reductions
must be small of course since the
management is under , very - heavy
expense, but whenever it t becomes
possible the members will have
full benpfif of the reduced prices.
The Mnnnfrement must know by
Friday noon liow-many are going
that he may order the proper num-
hnr f( rnlioc frr ih V.nttnOrtaDic
accomodation of all the passengers.
: r'CLASS FOOT BALL,
There is no better way t secure
the development of new material
and at the same time encourage and
strengthen class spirit than by inter-class
contests at foot ball.
Every one who witnessed Friday's
game between the Law Glass and
Scrub Team will readily see the
benefits of the same and join us in
saying that for snap, grit and hard
rushing the game was as noticea
ble, as any played here in some
time. ' After much hard work on
both sides the game was called
with the significant score of 6 , and
6. We would be glad to see match
games between the other classes.
Why not arrange the Seniors and
Sophomores for a tug in the near
future? Other institutions have
regularly, organized class teams
which engage corresponding teams
of other collges. This certainly
could be introduced to advantage
here for judging from Trinity s
team, she can easily put out
enough' good men to form a nucleus
for a class eleven which would give
one of ours as much as it desired.
It is well worth the time and
trouble to attend to such a series
of games, for here new men can re
ceive training in a milder form than
would be possible were they man
ipulated by such men as "Kirk,"
"Pete," "Fergy" etc. Encour
agement would also be. given to
those individuals who now on ac
count of timidity refrain from ex
hibiting their superior powers to the
motley assembly of onlookers.
- We greet the Wake Forest Student
with much pleasure Quite a read
able and entertaining Magazine.
They also seem to sutler irom iacK
of financial support.
A very-disgraceful thing occurred
at the University of Virginia during
the foot ball game between Penn
sylvania State College and that
University. During a scrimmage
one of the Pennsylvania players
was unmercifully slugged by out
siders. Although Virginia's Captain
and manager offered the humblest
anolodes and gave up the game,
yet it cannot 'but reflect badly,
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not only on that institution, out me
South in general. .We cannot
blame. Northern teams for not com
ing, south any more. There is
universal regret, in the South that
such an occurrence should have
ever taken place. It injuresathlet
w nnd more than that it is so con
trary to our boasted hospitality and
R. R. Eason, '91, is teaching in
FOOT BALL GAMES LAST. SAT
. : URDAY.
, Naval Academy, 28; U. of Vao.
Princeton, 46; Cornell, 'O.
Yale, -50; Orange A. A., 0.
West Point, 12; Amherst, 0.
C. G. Foust, '88, has a flourish
ing school at Abiline, Tex.
Prof. Holmes, of the State Sur
vey, spent some time on the Hill
Mr. Currie, '94, has gone home
0 attend to his brother, who is
J. C. Braswell, '90, and J, M.
Sherrod, '88-90, are in the
tobacco manufacturing business at
Rocky Mount, N.- C.
Mr. W. P. M. Currie has resigned
as one of the editors of THE Tar
HEEL. His place will be filled at
the next meeting of the editors.
What has become of the Univer
sity Press Association? It should
be re-organized, as such an asso-
ciation would be ot mvaiuaoie
benefit to the University.
Steve Bragaw. 'oi "the first and
one of the best captains the foot
hsin tparn ever had. has been ap
pointed as agent of a law agency
in St. Louis, Mo. 1 ne oesi wineb
of The Tar Heel go with him.
Mr n. . Craig. 'Q7. has so far
recovered from his recent illness
that he was able to go home last
week. We hope for him a com
plete recovery very soon, so that
he may return and resume his
studies in college.
One fact is noticeable in regard
to the advertising patronage of THE
Tar Heel is that most of it is from
outside towns. The people, hotels
and firms of Chapel Hill that derive
their support from the University
have- never patronized University
papers as they should. The
students should look into this and
patronize only those who patronize
There will be a meeting of the
editors of THE Tar Heel Kriday
nicrht at 8 o'clock p. m. The meet
ing will take place in Mr. Murphy's
room. Business of importance 10
be attended to. All the editors are
requested to be present,
Mr Frank Rav. a young student
of Oakland, Cal., is to be ordained
soon as a rabbi of the Jewish
Church, and will be, it is said, the
first of her sex to fill such a place.
He studies in the State University
and later at the Hebrew union
College, at Cincinnati, have been
directed to this end.
Pvprv old student of the Univer
sity should have one of the photos
of the University buildings that
were taken by Mr. Brown, ot
Achpviiip. The picture is nearly
KrppfPPt'lonff and shows all the
buildings of the University except
ua rhemical laboratories and the
aymnasium. it is one of the
!.0f5ct nirtures we have ever
seen, and would be an ornament
to any drawing room in ine ouuc
The University is badly in need
of a new dormitory, and we hope
that before many more years pass
one will be built. There is room
in the present dormitories for about
three hundred men. At present
about one hundred of the students
nave to room in the village. If the
attendance at the University in
creases as it is expected a dormitory
is an absolute necessity. The next
legislature would but do the right-
thing if they would give us an ap
propriation for this purpose.
In last Sunday's Neuis-Observer-
Chronicle. appeared a call for a game
of foot ball between the University
and Wake Forest. Evidently the
writer who sent in the communica
tion had not kept up with the
athletic occurences in the State.
The University has signified her
willingness to meet Wake Forest
and will do so with pleasure, but
it must be on the conditions
named we can only play bona
fide students who receive no com
pensation for their foot ball services.
If the newspapers will permit, only
the friendliest relations will exist
between these two institutions.
At least,. the University -will leave
no stone unturned to be at harmony
The Normal and Industrial School
of Greensboro has received $1,000
from the Peabody fund. It is a
nice little contribution to the fund
of this institution, and we are glad
to note the fact of its receipt.
At once for the Special Train on
Saturday for Durham.
Traces of a prehistoric city have
been discovered not far from
ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING
CHAPEL HILL, N. U.
DR. W.H. WAKEFIELD.
OF WINSTON, N. C
Will be at
in CHAPEL HILL, on SATURDAY, NOV. as.
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