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university athletic association.
Wa'.ter Murphy, president.
J. T. Pugh, secretary.
G. Little, treasurer.
UNIVERSITY FOOT BALL TEAM.
A. S. Barnard, captain.
Charles Baskerviile, Manager.
UNIVERSITY BASE BALL TEAM.
W. R. Rotertson, ciptain.
-: t Manager
University Glee club.
Chas. Roberson, president and leader.
John L, Patterson, manager.
Prof. K. P. Harrington., director,
ELISHA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY.
Prof. J. A. Holmes, president; Prof. J. W.
Gore, vice-president : Dr. F. P. Venable, sec
retary jtkI treasurer. Meets in Person Hall
the second Tuesday night of each month. Jour
nals issued twice a year.
Dr. Kemp.' P. Battle, president and corres
ponding secretary ; H. IA. Thompson, secretary
- and treasurer. Meets at the call of the presi
FRATERNITIES. ( Secret.)
Phi Gamna Delta, Delta Kappa Ecsilon,
Sigma Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta theta,
Phi Kappa Sigma, Zeta Psi, Sigma Alpha Ep
silon, Sigma Chi, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Tau
Omega and Kappa Sigma. .
Theta Nu Epsilon, Sophomore, (Secret).
The Order of Gimghouls, Junior, (Secret).
The society meets in February and October.
Banquet Thursday night of Commencement
Dialectic, (Secret, Literary). Established
i795 meets every Friday night in the Di. Hall,
5W r co.t ouiijiiig.
Philanthropic, (Secret, Literary). Establish-
nA . . . . . . - . r 4... ; ii rit -
Hall, New East Building.
! Jnivp::rv nrmin Clnh nrpci.
dent; C. !i Tomer, secretary and treasurer.
Meets at the call of the president Leader
selected tor each German. . . ,
Shakr.wra dnh. IVr 'TTinc. Hump nrnc?
dent Meets in the Y. M, C. A. Hall the third
Tuesday night i each month. Library open
Prof. Collier Cobb, Managing Editor.
' J. TV PUGH, Assistant Managing Editor.
Di. Phi. '
C. H. White, Caswell Ellis,
H. M. Thompson. F. L Carr,
W. D. Carmichaeil, H. A. Grady.
Why did ''Bumper" leave so ab
ruptly? Geo, Graham, has returned to
the University. ' '
"Mr. H. Atkinson's trunk, see!"
as it appeared before the company.
A. Caswell Ellis, '94, has been
elected Washington's Birth Day
Two of Durham's most charm
ing belles, Miss Lillie Parrish and
Miss Blanche Morgan, are guests
of Mrs. Dr.. Harns. ,
E. B. McKenzie spent a part of
this week in Salisbury, presumably
cn business, but to those who know,
.Mc. went to see his best girl.
v Prof. J. W. Gore, Dr. J. W. M.
Williams, of Baltimore, Dr. Thos.
Hume and Wescott Roberson have
' returned fium the association at
Rev." R. T. Bryan, '82, and fam
ily, who have been for some years
missionaries to .China," will spend
the winter with the family of Dr.
A. B. Roberson.
Hopsie Price, left for Chicago
James Sawyer and Dick Ly brook
have returned frcm the World's
Johnny Poe, of Princeton, Nor
ton, of Virginia, and Avery and
Durham of the Trinity team wit
nessed the games , at Lexington
Very few of the students attended
the State fair this season. Those
who went do not think the rest 0
us are out much; at least, not as
much as they are.
O. D. Batchelor, '88 was over a
Lexington last Saturday to see the
game. He is practicing Law at
Buena Vista Va., in partnership
with Bob Winborne, '81.
We are very sorry to state that
Guion has been called home by
the severe illness' of his father.
We hope he will find his father
much better than he anticipated.
Major James W. Wilson, chair
man of the Rail Road Commission
has been on the Hill for the past
few days, as the guest of Dr. Win
ston. Major Wilson graduated at
the University in 1852.
Dr. Venable and his two little
girls, Louise and Cannis, went
with the foot ball team to Virginia.
No wonder "Little Denson played
such great ball with those bright
little fairies along: ; ' - ' i
Messrs. Claudius Dockery, , O.
H. Dockery, Jr., A. S. Dockery,
F. B. Benbow and' ex-Senator J. S.
Stanford left for Chicago last Sat
urday afternoon. They go by
Charlottesville and Cincinnatti.
We lope they will have a "fair"
trip. : -y
Dr. J, L. Carroll, pastor of the
Baptist church, went to Burlington
to attend the meeting of the Bap
tist convention. From there to
Asheville, his. old home, to, marry
a couple. THE TAR HEEL wishes
the happy pair a pleasant honeymoon.
- The regular monthly meeting of
-the Philological Club will be held
at the hoijse of Professor Toy, Fri
day, Oct. 27th, at 7:30 p. m.
Among other things the following
papers and notes may be' expected:
1. Explanation of "irregular"
accent in the so-called 2nd Aorist
infinitive and 'participle, Professor
2. Peculiarities of the Petrine
Gospel ("Bruchstuecke des Evan-
geliums des Petrus, von A.' Har
nach"), Professor Tolman.
3. On some disputed passages
in Tibullus, Professor Harrington.
Karl P. Harrington. Sec'y.
Buy your tickets for the special
train to Durham at once.
1 day Clocks from $1.00 to $3.00.
8 day Clocks from $3.00 to $3.50.
Warranted to run well and keep good time
Repairing of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry
a specialty. tr All work warranted and
pneesreasonaouv w B SORRELL,
Chapel Hill, N. C
T. J. LAMBE;
Gent&' Furnisfiino Goods.
Custom Made Suits a Specialty.
Dress Suits furnished on short notice.
Mr. N. Toms will represent me at Chap
el Hill. Call on him when in need of any
T. J. LAMBE,
The Clothier and Gents' Furnisher,
los Main St., Durham, N. C.
SAMUEL SPENCER, F. W. HUIDEKOPER and
REUBEN FOSTER, Receivers.
. OPERATING THE CREAT
AND THE .
Richmond Sc. Danville
Between the North and South and
THROUGH PULLMAN PALACE SLEEP
ING CARS BETWEEN
New York and New Orleans,
New York and Atlanta, : : :
New York and Augusta, : : :
Washington and Memphis, : :
Close Connections to all Points reached via
this Great Iinc. '
The Fast and Complete Service cannot be
For time tables, maps, and other infor
mation, apply to any ticket agent of the
Richmond and Danville Railroad, or to '
C. L,. Hopkins, Traveling Pass. Ag't.
Charlotte. N. C.
W. H. Green, W. A. Turk,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Soi, Haas, Traffic Manager.
General Offices : Washington D. C. j
Call on GEO. TRICE when you want
nice Oyter stew or fry.
Bring him your , Shoes when they
DO NOT BTJY
UNTIL, YOU SEE
Wannamaker & Brown's Samples.
They are far superior to ail preylous styles.
Call and see them.
IS. W. ANDREWS, Ag't.
at Alliance Stor.
C. L. LINDSAY,
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Groceries, Wagons, Horses, Mules.
FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
Main street, - - Chapel Hill, N. C.
DR. R. H. WHITEHEAD
HAS BOUGHT OUT THE
McRae Drug Store
and completely restocked his store with all the ar
ticles necessary to the comfort and uses of the
MR McRae, who Is managing the store, will be
glad to see his studot friends at all times, and will
Drugs, Candy, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Cigars
AND STUDENTS' ARTICLES
cheaper than at any place In the village.
Prescription Carefully Compound
ed at ell times.
A. A. KLTJTTZ'S
GLASS : FRONT
JS HEADQUARTERS FOR
All Hie Bits
Als Stationery and Student's Supplies.
I have a full line of
BLAIRS TABLETS and NOTEBOOKS.
Wirt's Fountain Pens,
Tramps, Pratt's Astral
A complete line o
Goods, Fancy Goods,
and Toilet Articles.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
POTTED MEATS AND PICKLES.
Fine Hats and Hand-Made Shoes,
Hflvlncr wrvii1 "tin Trtv' anA the nub
0 - ' i
he generally for a number of years, I a"1
passed in quality and at pricoa to suit the
times. My Motto : Tim Best Goods for
lyOWEST WASH PRICES.
A. A. KLUTTZ