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UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIA
TION. Chas. Turner, President. , .
J. T. Pugh, Secretary.
G. Little, Treasurer.
UNIVERSITY FOOT BALL TEAM.
,G. R. Little, Captain.
Charles Baskerville, Manager.
UNIVERSITY BASE BALL TEAM.
W, R. Robertson, Captain.
W. R. Kenan, Manager.
UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB.
Chas. Roberson, President and Leader.
John L. Patterson, Manager.
Prof. K. P. Harrington, Director.
ELISIIA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC
Prof! J. A. Holmes, President; Prof. J.
W. Gore, Vice-President; Dr. F. P. Ven
ahle. Secretary and Treasurer. Meets in
Person Hall the second Tuesday night of
each month, journals issued twice a year.
Dr. Kemp P. Battle, President and Cor
responding Secretary ; H. W. Thompson,
Secretary and Treasurer. Meets at call
of the president. v
Dr. Thomas Hume, President J. T. Pugh,
Secretary; Jas. Sawyer, Treasurer. Meets
in the Y. M, C. A Hall the third Tuesday
night in each month. Library opened one
hour each day.
Prof. K. P. Harrington, Sec'y. Meets
last Friday night in every month, at va
rious members houses.
FRATERNITIES. (Secret. .
Phi, Gamma Delta, Delta Kappa Epsi
lon. Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta
Theta.Phi Kappa Sigma, Zeta Psi, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Beta Theta Pi,
Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Sigma.
Theta Nu Epsilon, (secret.)
. The Order of Gimghouls, Junior, (se
cret. ) The society meets in February and
October. Banquet Thursday night of
- Philanthropic (Secret, Literary) Estab
lished 1793, meets every Friday night in
the Phi Hall, New East Building.
Dialectic, (secret, Literary,) Established
1793, meets every Friday night in the Di
Hall, New West Building. .
University German club T. R. Little,
President; F. R. Harty, Secretary and
Treasurer. Meets at call of the president
Leader selected for each German.
Prof. Collier Cobb, Managing Editor.
J. T. Pugh, Ass't-Managing Editor.
C. II. White, '
W. D. Charmichael,
F. L. Carr,
E. C. Gregory.
Y. M. C. A.
G. G. Stephens, President.
H. H. Horne, Vice-President.
II. II. Horne, Secretary.
J. W. McAllister, Treasurer. .
Meets in Gerrard Hall on Tuesday, Wed
nesday, and Thursday nights at 6:45
o'clock. . ' '-'" ; "
Published annually by the Fraternities.
Editor in Chief. -F. L. Carr, Sigma Nu.
Business Managers. G. R. Little, Kap
pa Sigma; J. A. Gwyn, Beta Theta Pi ;
Harry Howell, Zeta Psi.
Associate Editors .J. L. Patterson,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; T. R. Little, Alpha
Tau Omega; J.- W. Yates, Delta Kappa
Epsilon; C. R. Turner, Phi Kappa Sigma;
O. II. Sumpter, Phi Gamma Delta; B. R.
Lee, Kappa Alpha ; E. G. Denson, Phi
Delta Theta; J. R. Craig, Sigma Chi.
Baptist Church: .' Rev. J: Ll Carroll,
D. D. Preaching every fSunday morning
and nteht. Sunday school at 9 :30. a. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Presb yteria n Ch urch (No regular pastor. )
Preaching every Sunday morning and
night; except the first Sunday in each
month. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Methodist Church: Rev. N. M. Wat
son. Preaching every Sunday morning
and night. Sunday school at 9:3o a. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Episcopal Church: Rev. Frederick
Towers. Sunday services at 7, 11 and 7
o'clock. Weekly services at 4 p. m. Fri
day. During Lent . services daily at 5
p.m. Sunday school at 4 p. m.
A CHANGE OF OPINION.
When a Freshman, first he came to college
Full to the brim of all sorts of knowledge,
He wouldn't have been surprised at all
Any fine day to have received a call
To act as Professor ,
In some school.
When to Sophomore's dignity he did at
tain, He, all at once, grew oh very profane,
What once was smartness, he now called
He'd sit 'round the drug store and loaf
by the week,
And think he was grown,
Like a fool.
Another year, and he's a Junior sedate,
Ereshmen look up to him and think he's
Everynight in the week, he dons a "biled"
And goes to see the ladies and think he's
And a "masher" oh my !
But he ain't.
And now, as a Senior, of sense he's got
Thinks he knows less than ever before,
Sees that the world would wag without
Thinks his chance for a "sheep ekin" has
grown very slim, "
And wishes he'd studied
To get more sense.
With a Latin diploma tucked under his
He goes home to the old man and works
on the farm.
To get bread and butter he works with a
For plainly he sees as the problem for him
Coining his knowledge
Is dollars and cents.
Oh the snow, the snow
This miserable show ; r
I'm sorry it came,
I wish it would go.
Not a stick in the wood-box,
Net a cent in my purse ;
Of all bad fixes,
That's surely the worst. N.
Don't trust the girl athletic, ,
Nor the one who is aesthetic,
Nor the one who just "to pass away the
Will construct a ten-page essay
On the days of good Queen Bessie,
Or turn out a bushel-basketful of rhyme.
Shun the one who all she can,
Tries to be just like a man,
And indulges in a shirt and standing collar;
If with joy you'd be o'erladen,
Pin your trust upon the maiden
Whose features ornament the silver dollar.
It is said that Vassar girls are
so modest they will not work up-
pon improper fractions.
The following "want" was no
ticed in an exchange. "A pony
with a side saddle for the Virgil
If it is probable that this sum
mer the members of the Yale
Glee and Banjo' Clubs will make
a tour of the seaboard towns of
the country in a big yacht. Elab
orate programs will be rendered
at each place where a stop is
There are twenty-three colleges
and universities in the United
States with an enrollment of over
' As a maid so nice, . .. ,
With step precise,
.Tripped o'er the ice, .
: She slipped : her care in vain.
And at the fall,
With usual gall,
The school-boys call,
"Third d6wn ; two feet to gain."
DR. R. H. WHITEHEAD
HAS BOtKJHT OUT THE
"Shall I brain him?" cried the hazer,
" And the victim's courage fled.
"You can't ; it is a freshman,
Just hit it on the head."
( 'No college in all England
publishes a college paper. This
is another illustration of the su
perior energy of America. About
200colleges in this country pub
lish periodicals. Ex.
At running he did poorly,
At tackling only fair,
But he won the co-ed laurels
With his Paderewski hair.
U. of M. Wrinkle.
Many strange things ill this age we see,
For girls can now take a level degree,
And owrgirls all have, we're happy to
Joined to their names the A. B.
And yet 'tis well known, to all, far and
They soon take another A. B. " A Bride."
' OUR NEW LINE OF
.. JUST RECEIVED.
Call or send ',
for thtm. jy KAUFMAN & CO.,
LEADING CLQTKIERS. HflTTERSflND FURNISHERS,
Cor, eentral Hotel, Charlotte, M. C.
R. Van Landingh'am is the Univer
have just opcacd up
A New. Store. 1N
CatesV Old Stand,
and I have just received my stock of fresh
GROCERIES s GQNFEGT1QNERIES
Everything wished for by housekeepers
kept in stock, if not will order at once
what there is a demand for. Fresh Cheese,
Crackers, Canned Goods, a specialty. Ci
gars and Tobacco. My stock is of best
quality and prices as low as can be for
such goods. Ask only for a trial. -
and completely restocked his store with j
the articles necessary to comfort ami uhos
Mr, Melt AE, who is mannging the st.G
will be glaJ to see his student friends siti
times, and will sell them'
DRUGS. CANDY. METTES, TOBACCO. CIGARS I
cheaperthan any place in the village. '
Prescriptions Carefully Covii(i(m
at all times.
C. L. LINDSAY,
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, BOOTS. SHOES.
Groceries 'Wagons, Horses, Mulei
FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
Main Street, - - Chapel Hill, N.
Richmond I mi
The Great .Through Ci
Line Between the Nort
and South and Southwe
Waslii & SoulIiwestB
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. New York, Philaclelplii
Baltimore, Washington, Atlant
Montgomery, Mobile, New G
leans, Birmingham, Memphis.
THE HIGH STANDARD (
(During the month of December, 18
this Company expects to open a new 10
to Florida, via Columbia. Savannah a
the Florida Central and Peninsular R.
For Rates, Schedules, or other ini
mation, address any agent of the Syste
Chas. L. Hopkins,
Travelling Pass'r Ag't, Charlotte, N,
W. A. Turk, S. II. Hardwick
Gen. Tass'r Ag't. Ass'tGen. Pss'rA
W. II. Green, Sot, Haas,
Gen'l Manager. Traffic Man'
General Offices: Washington, D. C
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' MORNING TRAIN.
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' University, 9 40 Chapel Hill 10
. EVENING TRAIN.
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