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The faculty have abolished the
There was a slight alarm of
fire at Robinson's Hotel on Sat
Billy Hendren, Law, has been
quite ill the past week with ma
Glad to see such a cleaning up
in the library. It has been need
ed some time. 1
The old oak .; tree in the base
ball park has been removed much
to Capt. Robertson's delight.
These warm sunshiny days have
caused "the 'disinterment of quite
a number of last year's straw
hats, rv-v : ' ' ..
Gerald Wittson left on Monday
evening to spend the examina
tion period, at his home in Char
We have heard that we will
liave three new assistants next
year one in Latin English
and Modem Languages.
Chief Justice and Mrs. Shep
herd spent Saturday and Sunday
on the Hill. 'Mrs. Shepherd will
prolong her visit to two weeks.
Dr. V. Now gentlemen I'll tell
you how to make "chartreuse."
And the class laughed.'
jSX a meeting of the Junior
class on Saturday, a ' motion to
have the class represented in the
Hellenian was lost. Very little
class spirit there it seems.
There are now about 16 men in
training for next year's foot-ball
team and - more are wanting to
try. A trainer has also been ar
ranged for. . Don't be backward.
Let everybody that thinks he can
play go out and try. It won't
hurt you and may do you good,
besides doing the next team lots
The Senior Class have, by vir
tue, of Bishop Capehart's inabili
ty to be present at the , coming
commencement, invited Rev. Mr.
Murdock of Salisbury, N. C. to
deliver the Baccalaurate Sermon.
The' University' Press 'will oc
cupy a room on the ground floor
in the new West Building. The
presses and type are expected
daily, The engine is all in read
iness. Paper has been ordered.
We hear the Magazine for March
"-extra semi-centennial , edition
f 2,000 copies, will be one of the
st products of this new but
Some of the Hillians we are is fast building up a reputation
certain, enjoyed the recent fallofi-as attorney at Clinton, N. C. .
snow. Several sleighing parties ! -tt,, i 1
. , V ,. Hayne Davis '90, is located at
bigineu merrily wenainsf'rr .,, , .
. . . . f Knoxville, Tenn., where he coun-
A. A. KLUTTS'S
along the high ways of our vit
lage and others among whom
were not a few of our most digni
fied collegians- condescended on
Thursday evening to engage in a
heathy hand to hand conflict be
fore the hotel in view-of the town
and amidst showers of frozen am
munition. SOPHOMORE ELECTIONS.
A majority, so called, of the
Sophomores met Saturday even
ing and elected the following set
of officers for one year: Pres. V.
Armstrong, 1st Vice-Pres. C. E.
Gregory, 2nd Vice-Pres. Henry
Hampton, Sec. and Treas. W, R.
Webb, Jr., Historian, W. H.
Woodson, Poet, Jas. ,A. Gwyn,
Prophet, Waller Brem, Essayest,
W. R. Thompson.
If there was not - a- majority
present, the same unsettled state
of affairs exist at last year will
be reported and two sets of classes
dignitaries will appear in the
Hellenian unless some joint agree
ment be arranged.
Several committees were "ap
pointed to look after colors, yells
and what the class should put in
ALUMNI NOTES. .
Will. Breese, Ex. '95 is passing
away life very quiety at his home
in Ashville, N, C.
Jimmie Baird, Ex. '95, is in
Seattle, 'Wash., and writes that
his business is progressing and
his funds of miscellaneous legend
Mark Erwin, Ex. '95 cleans up
waste paper and sweeps an office
floor in Asheville's legal depart
ment. V. S. Bryant, Ph. B, '90 is as
sociated with Merritt in practice
of law at Roxboro, and has open
ed a branch office in Hillsboro.
Alex. Mclver, Val. '90 is now
.1 fellow at Tohns Hopkins. We
; s . .
do not know what study he is pur
Jno. Gatliug '93, Law, is con
tinuing; his studies at Harvard
Fred. Ezzel '89, has for some
years past been located as Civil
Engineer at Mobile, Ala., Fred
is getting -on well. Wading
swamps and trampling through
briars seems to agree with his constitution..
sels at law and, as of old, care
fully looks after his immaculate
cuffs and collars.
W. L. Spoon '91 B. S. has
published an excellent map of
Burlington and thereabouts.
Jessie L- Cunningham, A. B7,
.'91 is working at theology in
Geo. S. Wills, Ph. B , '89 is
profressor at Oak Ridge Institute.
Jas. C, Gray, Ex. '96 and 2nd
base University nine, 1893, has
been elected Capt. of Oak Ridge
team for the Spring'season. 4$$
Bowman Gra)', Ex. '94, is Tel
ler of First National Bank, Sa
lem, N. C. j .rM .
Billy Dixon, Law '93, has lo
cated at Oxford where his shingle
now swings before the passers-by.
- Victor E. Whitlock, Ph. B '93
is studying law in Asheville,
N. C. "
Messrs. Boyden and Sumpter
have opened up a law office in
Chapel Hill. They will while
away the time '-here until June
when thy receive .their B. L.'s.
IS IIEADQUARTEES FOR
All the Books used in the University
Also Stationery and Studc nt's S ipplies.
I have a full Hue of -
Blair's Tablets and Note Books,
Wirt's Fountain Pens,
Perfection Students' ,
Lamps, Pratt's Astral
- ' A complete line of
. " ' Goods Fancy Goods,
and Toilet Articles.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
POTTED MEATS AND PICKLES.
Fine Hats and Hand-made Shoes
Having served "the boys" and the public
generally for a number of years, I am prepar
ed to offer a line of goods unsurpassed in
quality and at prices to suit the times. My
The Best Goods for Lowest Cash Prices.
A. A. KLUTTZ.
T. J. LAMBE,
Di Man We are trying to get
Bob Taylor to come over and
make us a talk.
Tom Steele Is he 'the man
that pitched 011 Emery and Henry
team year before last ?
J. H. SNEED, Manager,
(Successor to W. A. Slater & Co.)
100 W. Main St., - - Durham, N. C.
HA VE JUST RECEIVED THEIR STOCK OF
HATS, SHOES and
and will be glad to i ( Satisfaction "
take orders for same. Guaranteed.
A. B. ANDREWS, Jr., Agent.
Old Zeb is right, and so are the prices at
THE GROCERY STORE OF
R R. BEST.
jgGive me a call and be convinced. "8
Gents' Furiiislii Ms.
"Tommy' 1 Lee, '91,
H. H. OARTLAND,
GREENSBORO, N. C.x
Will be at
ROBERSON HOTEL, Thursday 22 inst,
and will take your measure
for a Nice SPRING SUIT. ,
Call at room over Delmo
co's and select your sample.
Little & McAllister,
Custom Made Suits a Specialty.
OR ESS SWTS FURNISHED on SHORTNOTICE.
Mr. N. TO MS will represent me at Chapel
Hill. Call on him when in need of anything.
T. J. LAMBE,
The Clothier and Gents' Furnisher,
105 Main St.. Durham, N. C.
If you want a Fine Suit or Overcoat for
winter, made in the latast styles and of th
best material, we can furnish your wants
Leading :-: Patterns.
CROSS & LINEHAN,
Leading Clothiers and Furnishers,
raxkigh, k. c.
V. U. IiOYDEN, Agent.
234 Fayettevillo Street,
Raleigh, N. C.
New Method of ,