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Miss Ettie Mangum has return
ed Home. -: ' x M -y: U '
Mr. h. Leon, with samples of
furnishing goods from Kaufman
& Co., of Charlotte, was at Robe
son's Hotel last week.
Dr. T. J. Murdoch, of Salis
bury,; has been selected by the
Senior Class to preach the bacca
laureate sermon at commence
ment, and has accepted.
Messrs. P. C, Graham ('91), and
F. Gr Mebane ('92), of Hillsboro,
drove "over from Hillsboro on Sat
urday and were the guests of the
Zeta Psi Fraternity.
. 'The First Regiment" Band of
Richmond, ,-Va., that has been
coming to Chapel Hill for so many
years, has been engaged for next
commencement., . . , ) : ;
Mrs. E. Pr Mangum, of Cullow-
nee, Jackson Lounty, .!.. .C, .is
visiting the family of Mrs. A.f W.
The. Upsilon Chapter , of the
Zeta Psi Fraternity, celebrated its
anniversary" last Saturday night
by a supper at the Chapel Hill
HoteL 1 1 In H? T h
A. Aldermaia" "of "the" Department
of Histor) have been elected
corresponding members of the
Maryland Historical Society a
deserved compliment to our pro
fessors and the University. "
v "The Geological Department has
just received from Dr. Chas. W.
Dabney, ' Assistant Secretary of
Agriculture, a set of ores found
along the line of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa" Fe Railroad.
They are a valuable addition to
the already extensive collections
of tthe Department, and supple
ment the collection from the
Kiug's Mountain region. , ,' ,
rDr. Thomas Hume was in Pitts
boro last Sunday, where he lec
tured aiid preached to audiences
that were very' large, as they
usuallyare,'wherever our learned
and popular Professor of English
appears. lie showed his great
interest in his college work by
making a forced drive of nearly
twenty miles over a bad road,
reaching, here in time to hear his
recitations on Monday.
'Dancing lessons have begun in
the' gymnasium under Mr. Bagar,
who gives instruction on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday nights
of each week. The class is quite
large, and many, are learning 4 to
trip' the light fantastic toe." As
soon. as the lessons are over, the
gymnasium will be turned over
to workmen, and the interior be
painted white, with trimmings -of
light blue and old gold. This
will convert the bare old room
into a beautiful hall, and will be
a 'boon to ball managers, as not
so much decoration will be nec
essary for the commencement
xlances. , ' ,"'
Y. 31. C A.
State Secretary, L. A. Coulter,
spent Wednesday and Thursday,
the 28th and 29th, on the Hill, and
held two very interesting services
in the Y.. M..C. A. hall.
On Wednesday , evening his
subject. was "What think ye of
Christ ? and he very graphically
depicted a court scene; with the
audience as jury, himself as attor
ney, and various persons from the
Bible as the witnesses. Among
Christ's friends he took the testi
mony of Nathaniel, Peter and
God the Father himself ; and
among his enemies that of the
Scribes and Pharisees, Pilate and
the.Roman soldier; all agreeing in
the opinion "this was the Son of
God." Nature itself endorses this.;
On Thursday evening Mr. Coul
ter took as his subject, "The
chains that bind young men,"
viz., profanity, drink, gambling
and licentiousness. His lecture
was a " straight talk on crooked
subjects," and he handled with
great power the subject of such
vital importance to all young men,
showing that only in the gospel of
Jesus Christ may one find deliv
erance from these chains that bind.
On Friday afternoon at 2:30 ?.
M. he held a gospel meeting, sub
ject :" A hard master. ' ' "t ;
Good audience's met the speaker
on each occasion, and he spoke
with the power of experience and
deep feeling. His talks have un
doubtedly done good, and we hope
to have with us again one whom
we are always glad to welcome.
Till GLEE CLUB.
. The Glee Club returned from
their tour through the eastern
part of the State on Saturday last,
after a week's absence.
Their first concert was given
on Monday night at the Academy
of Music in Raleigh. . The Club
witnessed the Lehigh game in the
afternoon, and both the baseball
teams were present at the concert.
The programme as given in the
last issue of The Tar HEEL was
the same throughout the trip, with
one or two slight changes. At
the close of the UasU song' Mr.
McKenzie turned and counted,
and the1 Cl,ub gave, ftie familiar
"Hackie! Hackie! Hackie!'' com
bined at the end withthe Lehigh
cheer. The Lehigh men respon
ded to this with their regular col
lege yell. ' - ,;V' 1 - ' 1 '
The next concert was given in
Fayetteville on the following
night. It seemed that here the
old luck was to begin again, for the
audience was exceedingly small.
The paper next day gave the cold
weather as a reason for this.
When the Club arrived in Wil
mington, the first face that greeted
it was that of " Ep " Willard,'93.
He was familiar'to all old mem
bers of the Club, both as leader
and as the writer of the " Song of
the A. B. , " and they were glad
to meet him once more. Here
the fellows divided up into twos
and threes and promenaded the
streets, displaying their colors as
an advertisement. However, this
was a failure, especially on the
streets over which McKenzie and
Patterson went. However, a
good audience met them, and the
concert was fair. After its close
the Club attended a complimen
tary german given by the Ger
mania and Lariosa, and had a
very enjoyable time there.
In the morning several of the
fellows went to the Hammocks to
see the ocean, and those who had
not seen it before took a taste of
its water. Several went over one
of the ships that were in the dock,
and all enjoyed themselves until
time to take the , train for New
At the latter place there were
several revivals going on, which
greatly affected the numbers of
the audience; and as the concert
did not begin until after church
was over, several of those who did
attend were in a very poor - mood
to listen to drinking songs and
the other light selections.
While here they received a tele
gram asking them to come . to
Kinston, and funds being low,
they gladly accepted the invita
tion. At Kinston they were met
by Harveyv Cox, Collins and
Pollard, old University men, who
showed the club every attention,
taking them to see the various in
dustries of the place in the morning
and beauties of the place in the af
ternoon. After-the concert was
over, some of the boys took a
row up the Neuse by the kindness
of Mr. Parrott. Here Lindsey,
with his usual desire for adven
ture, tried in many ways to upset
the boat, much to the discomfort
of the other occupants of the boat.
While some were rowing, others
were ! calling, and McMullan and
Stanley were leading Robersbn a
chase over the town. No one
has ever seen Stanley asleep on a
Glee Club trip. : r :;'? '
The trip, as a whole was a most,
enjoyable one, and one that will
long be remembered by all; ;f '
When the train passed through
Pollocksville, McKjnuie .got, off!
and met a host 01 relatives as
Some of the New Berne people
were surprised to find that the
club were not blacked. They are
not all freshmen at the University.
Who put the Chief Justice to ;
bed ? j
In Kinston a fat man came !
puffing up to the manager, and 1
said, " The ladies-of your troupe
over there need some help with !
While in Kinston certain mem
bers of the Glee Club learned:
that " Little Mitch " once called j
upon a young lady, who told him !
that the children were in the back !
yard. ' ! !
While passing through. Golds-:
boro,' the members of the Glee!
Club met ' ' Tommy Lee, ' ' the :
leader 1 of the famous first Glee !
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Having served "the boys" and the public gen
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at prices to suit the times.
My Motto THE BEST GOODS FOR , , k
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
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