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UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Walter Murphy, president.
J. T.Rage, secretary.
O. Little, treasurer. i
UNIVERSITY FOOT BALL TEAM.
A. S. Barnard, Captain.
Char-les Baskerville, Manager.
UNIVERSITY BASE BALL TEAM.
W, R.Robertson, Captain.
UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB.
Chas. Roberson, president and leader.
John L. Patterson, manager.
Prof. K. P. Harrington, director. ;
ELISH A MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY.
Prof V. A. Holmes, president: Prof. J. W,
Gore, vice-president; Dr. F. P. V enable, sec
retaryud treasurer. Meets in Person Hall
the second Tuesday night of each month
Journals issued twice a yar.
Dr.- Kemp P. Battle, president and corres
ponding secretary; H. TV. Thompson, secre
tary and treasurer. Meets at call of the
Phi Gamma Delta, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Theta,
Phi Kappa Sigma, Zeta Psi Sigma Alpha Ep
silon, Sigma Cin, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Tau
Omega and Kappa Sigma.
- SOCIETIES, ' ...... .;' ,
Theta Nu Epsilon, (secret. ' ' ;" , 1 ' '
The order of Gimghonls,. Junior, Secret.)
The society meets in Febuary and October.
Banquet Thursday night of Commencement
Dialectic, (secret. Literary.) Established.
1703, meets every Friday night in the Di Hall,
New East Building.
University G erman club, , pres-
dent; C. R. Turner, Secretary and treasurer,
Meets at call of the president. Leader selec t
ed for each German.
ShakespereClub, Dr. Thos. Hume, presi
dent. Meets in the Y. M. C. A. Hall the third
Tuesday night in each month. Library open
one hour each day.
Prof. Coliier Cobb, Managing Editor.
J. T Pugh, Assistant Managing Editor.
C.H.White. Caswell Ellis,
II. M. Thompson, P. L. Carr,
W. D.-Carmichael, II. A. Grady.
Y. M. C. A.
F. C. Harding, president.
G. G. Stephens, vice president.
H. H. Home, secretary.
.1. W.McAlister, treasurer.
Meets in Gerrard Hall on Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday nighta at 7;15 o'clock.
"Arthur's arm was still around her;
Several minutes had gone by
Since the first kiss had been given,
And he'd sworn for her to die.
'Darling,' gently lisped the maiden,
Red as roses grew his face;
'If you never loved another,
How then learned you to embrace?'
Joyously he pressed her to him,
Whispering in her ear with" haste:
"Football trainers at the college
Made us 'tackle' tound the waist."
.' ' '" : Ex.
The football season has come again,
It's ghastly w )rk's begun;
They gouge each other's ears and
. . eyes,
And break their ribs and shins and
thighs, " : ---y--'-' -y
And have no end of fun.
Tull, (on 59th street, reading
bill posters a month old), "Boysr
I never saw as much free reading
since I was born. .
Towser Sharpe, (walking- up
Broadway) "Say boys, Bar
nura's circus must be in town to
day; let's wait here till the
Kirk, (as the elevator carries
his baggage up to his room)",
"My God, boys, look at my bag
gage going up that chimney."'
Brawley; (in Savoy hotel),
"Sa. waiter fetch me one of
them programs, I want to see
what you have got to cat."
Tull, (pointing at the grape
fruit at the Savoy), ''Waiter,
plcnsc hand me one of them big
Hops Price, (In Philadelphia
Unin depot, trains coming in
every lour minutes), ''My Lord,
boyf , there must be a picnic in
this town to-dav.
Towsrr Sharpe. (after the
champagne supper at the Com
monwealth Club), "Boys, what
place in that we just left?"
Geo. Graham. "That was
the Commonwealth Club."
T. S. "Pshaw, there was
nothing common aboat that
For Sale A pair of 'yaller"
shues. Apply to "Pete" Mur
Where did Kirk, put Guy Ran
kin to sleep? In the hammock.
Gate keeper, (at the ferry as
"Pete" starts through), "Hold
on friend, let me see what kind
of shoes you have on?"
The warlike spirit never dies;
In peace 'tis present just the same.
When nations know no enemies,
Their youth will brave the foot
ball game. Ex.
"'Tis sweet to love,
But, oh! how bitter,
To love a girl
Whose dress don't fit her."
3 But 'tis bitter far,
So I am told,
To Kiake a touch-down,
And miss the goal.
The North Garolinas did not win
the football game here yesterday in
the contest with our University boys,
but they won. the unqualified admi
ration of the spectators for their
pluck and constancy . And they also
distinguished themselves for the ex
cellent spirit with. which they accept
ed their defeat.. They are worthy
sons of those sires without whose aid
Lee never could. have held his lines
before Richmond or won the Seven
days' battle. Jlichmond Dispatch.
It was the hardest fought contest
ever seen on a Richmond field. Vir
ginia had come to win, and they
were surpi-ised to see that it took all
their determination and skill, com
bined with the training of Poe and
the splendid direction of Penton, to
overcome the North Carolinians.
The "Tar Heels" are tho seeond best
eleven that ever appeared on a
Richmond field. They deserve cred
it for their splendid team work.
Had they not been suffering from
the effects of a hard fight with Le
high the figures might have looked
different. Richmond Times .
We are onlv too u:ii to re
print such as tho above, when
thev are deserved. The student
body at the University of North
Carolina delights in tho' abso
lute confidence of the faculty.
They have tried to siio'r them
selves worthy of this confidence
in the past and trust they will
succeed in the future as well as
they have done in the past.
Represented by such students
the reputation of the University
will never be hurt by the roam
ings of her "Tramp foot ball
CLOCKS WATCHES M D
at reasonable prices. also tako pleasure
in showing largo illustrated Catalogues and
price lists of the largest jewelry houses in
the United States, and will order anythlug
in the jewelry line.
Repairing of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
a specialty, tWAll work warranted and
W. n. SOUR ELL
Chapel Hill, N. C.
X. J- LAMBE,
II E A D Q U A LIT E US FOR
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Custom Made Suits a Specialty.
Dress Suits furnished on short notice.
Mr. N. TOMS will represent me at Chapel
Hill. Call on him when in need of any thing1.
T. J. LAMBE, "
The Clothier and Gents' Furnisher,
105 Main St. Durham. N. C.
; A. A. KLUTTZ'S
. AT THE ';,
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR
All the Books used.
in the University
Also Stationery and Student's Supplies.
I have a full line of
B LAIRS TABLETS & NOTE BOOKS
Wirt's Fountain Pens,
'Lamps, Pratt's Astral
A eompli'K' line of
Goods, Kuncy Good;,
aad Toi.ei' ArtiuU'f.
CONFECTION EUIKS, FWJITS,
CIGAKS AND TOHACTO,
POTTED MEATS AN l PICKLES.
Fine Huts unci IIiuid-AinJe Shoes
Having served "the Hoys" and tho public
jrwterully tor a number of years, 1 am prepar
ed to otto v a 11 nt! of goods unsurpassed in
quality ami at pi Ices to suit tLo times. My
Motto: Til K 11EST GOODS l'OK LOWEST
A. A. KLUT'IZ.
DK, R.H. WHITEHEAD
HAS BOUGHT OUT TH
JVleRAH DRUG STORE
and com pkdely restocked hit) store with, all
the artie.k-s nccescury to comfort and uses of
Mil MolLvB, whoi luaHUKiny tin? store, will
bo glad t) soo hU wtu I jud friends ;it all tinus,
and will bell thorn
Drng.-'f t .iu.iy. CurareUi'S, Tobacco Cigars
AND STUDENTS' ARTICLES
cheaper t'.i.m any pi i jo in to vllU.ce.
yreccijMion,4 CateCuily Cmvj?uviit a t
Morton v-c "VI! i uuiiB
Uro., are od'evlnjr. special' bai-trains in Haii'l
niH'.lo Shoes, II, its, Gents' Furnishing Good-,
Wehavojudt received a new ptock of the
goods and will seliutthe LOWEST PUSSlllLE
Tho patronage of tlio Students is rciucstcd-
HORTON & WILLIAMS,
(Next to Robertson's Drugstore,)
Chapel Hill, - N. C.
C. L. LINDSAY,
Dry Goods. Notions. Boots. Shoes, it
Groceries. Wagons, Horses, Mules,
FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
Main street, - - Chapel Hill, N. 0.
Call on GEO. THICK When you want a nice
Oyster Btew or fry.
Bring: him your shoes when thoy nood
GEO. TUICE, Main Street.