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: " II.. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLIM, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, JANUARY 10, 1894. NO. 11.
THE TAR HEEL. , -i
weekly paper published at
Uiiivrrsity of North Carolina,
er the auspices of the Univer
... 1 Athletic Association devoted
'he interests of the University
ssued every Thursday morn -
twill contain a summary of
(' occurrences in the University
I village of Chapel Hill. .
;5pace will be assigned for the
. rough discussion of all points
taining to the advancement
l I growth of the University.
A brief account each week of
t: occurrences in the amateur
.letic world, with especial at-
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1 - r i
; !;; and progress of Football,
seball, Tennis, etc.
Ml society news, personals
; I every subject, of interest,
:h to . students and citizens of
; village, will be treated each
The columns, will be open to
: cussions on all appropriate
bjects, with an endeavor to do
l justice to everyone. The
ief and his assistants will de
le as to appropriateness of
icles no anonymous article
;ll be accepted without author's
ine being known to the chief,
lich will be in confidence, if
Advertisers will note that this
the BEST, QUICKEST and
'REST, means by which they
V reach the students. For
es see or write "Business Man
4r of Tar Heel," Chapel Hill,
C. or drop him a card and he
ai call. ;'";:
Examining Medical Professor:
vjw sir, tell me how you would
at a case ot typhoid fever,
tdent: Well sir, I should first
i should E. M. P. (impa
ltly) Yes, Yes; go on. Stu
it (seized with a brilliant idea):
hould first call you in for. con -tation,
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Passes with honors. Ex.
PERSONALS AND LOCALS.
We are glad to learn that Mr.
Caswell Ellis '94, who has been
quite sick during the holidays, at
his home in Louisburg, is now
improving rapidly and hopes to
return to the Hill in a few days.
- Charlie Home, '95, will not
! return this spring. " He is in bus
iness with his father at Clayton,
V. W. Long, '87, and family,
and Prof. A. W. Long '84, visit
ed their mother here during the
The young men who spent
their vacation here surely had a
pleasant time socially. Besides,
the ladies of the village there
were 011 the Hill several visiting
young ladies who made the social
life more enjoyable. A m o n g
these were Miss Emma Howard
and Miss Price, of Elon College,
Miss Gertrude Austin and Miss
Annie Calhoun, of the Normal
and Industrial School, with Miss
Rena Pickard, Miss Isabella Win
ston, and Miss Johnson, of Ashe
ville, Miss Lilly Long and Miss
Miss McCauley is visiting
friends in Alabama.
We are sorry to give up Rev.
Dr. Fogartie and his. .family who
will remove to South Carolina.
Dr. Fogartie has been with us
three years as Pastor of the Pres
byterian church, and has be
come identified with .the Uni
versity by his work here. He
has won the love of the students
by his kind interest in them, both
spiritually and socially. We dis
like to give him up; but he has
accepted another field. Our
wannest wishes go with him to
his new home, and we trust that
he may have still larger success
in his work.
Petty ex-' 9 1, has returned to
When shall we have the Inter
mediate or Washington's Birthday-dance
? January 25th has
been suggested, as Lent begins
early in February.
; Have you heard the latest song ?
What? Why," "Billey's Court
ship." :.': v; ;.;'
. Miss Maud Hackney of Dur-
ham is .visiting Miss Mary Rob-erson.
Miss Hattie Freeland, who has
been spending her holidays with
the family of Dr. Roberson, has
returned to her home in Durham.
Dr. Tolmau and wife spent
their Xmas in Boston and New
York city, visiting friends and
'; Hugh Atkinson, '94, E. W.
Myers, '95, Brawley, '94, Bailey
Lee, '94, V. H. Boyden, Law, L.
I. Guion, '96, Bryson, '96, and
Merritt, Law, spent the holidays
on the Hill.
Claudius Dockery has returned
from Pittsburg, Pa., where he
has been in attendance at the An
nual Convention of the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.
; Hayue Davis '88, now of
Knoxville, Tenn.,. was 011 the
Hill during the holidays.
Prof. H. J. Overman, an old
University man, spent the holi
days on the Hill, as the guest of
his sister, Mrs. Dr. Mangum.
v E. P. Mangum, '86, was at
Mrs. Mangum's during Xmas.
Hon. John Manning went to
New York city the last of Decem
ber, to consult a specialist in re
gard to a bronchial affection from
which he suffered. We are pleas
ed and gratified to know that the
Dr. has returned very much ben
Prof. Wm. Cain of the depart
ment of Mathematics spent the
holidays gunning in the western
part of the State.
Dr. Whitehead with Mrs. White
head spent the Christmas vacation
in New York.
We are glad to see that H. Mc
Call of '94 and Coble ex-' 95,
have returned; to the University
after a year's absence. ;
Prof. Collier Cobb went down to
Laurinburgthe night after Christ
mas,' he now wTears his usual smile
only it has broadened considera
blyit is a boy and the genial
Professor says, the first thing he
shall have it to speak is, "I am an
evolutionist from the word go."
We are sorry to state that Mc
Kenzie '96, Brown '94 and Sniith
'94, will not return to the Uni
versity this spring. The Glee
Club lost a valuable man in Mc
Kenzie, and the Athletic team
will be considerably weakened by
On Thursday night last a very
! enjoyable entertainment in the
shape of a german took place in
that gay and festive metropolis,
I Durham. Among those present
were several 'Varsity boys, some
of whom were, Geo. Graham,
Myers, W. A. Graham, Rollins,
! Baskerville, Barnard, Boyden,
Steele, Buck Andrews, Ed. Carr.
Hon. Kemp. P. Battle, Profes
sor, of History, went up to Salis
bury last week by invitation and
delivered his splendid lecture on
St, Paul at Athens , before the Y.
M. C. A. of tii at place. We have
no doubt but his lecture was high
Kirkpatrick, our big right guard
on the team for the last two years,
intends going to Princeton in " ...
'94-95. He will make, with
proper training a valuable addi- .'.
tipn to the "champion team of
Prof. Toy went to Norfolk,
Va., Christmas on a visit; to rela-
tives. : ...
The following men led their
classes for the term ending Dec.
31: Senior Wilson, T. J., Jun- ,
ior Carr, F; L. Soph. Eller.
Freshman--Eatman and Craig.
If there is any intention of pub
lishing an Hellenian this term,
steps had better be taken. ;
THE OLLIE TORBETT CO.
Miss Ollie Torbett, the talent
ed young violinist, with the
Swedish Sextette, appeared in
Gerrard Hall last Friday night.
To say the concert was appreci
ated would be tame. Every num
ber except one was encored and
the violin was called back for a
double encore each time. Miss
Torbett quite sustained her ad
mirable reputation, every one be
ing struck with her grace, beauty
and talent. The sextette is com
posed of thorough musicians and
they sang together and in good
harmony through the whole con
cert. The -U. N, C. will welcome
them back most heartily.
ENCORE ! ENCORE !
Bobby was well encored
As a Freshman, so I hear,
For the faculty requested him
To repeat the year. ;
Leland Stanford, Jr., Univer
sity desires to be called simply
Stanford University. -