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UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
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.
Prof. J. A. Holmes, President; Prof.
J.W. Gore, Vice-President; Dr. F. P.Veua
ble, 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. M. Thompson,
Secretary and Treasurer. Meets at call
of the President.
Shakspeare Club. Dr. Thomas
Home, President; J. T. Pugh, Secretary;
Jas. Sawyer, Treasurer. Meets in Young
Men's Christian Association Hall the
third Tuesday night in each month.
Library opeued one hour each day.
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 (secret).
The Society meets hi February and Octo
ber. Banquet Thursday night of Com
mencement .1 ,
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.
Universitv German Club. T. R. Little,
President; F. R. Harty, Secretary and
Treasurer. Meets at call of the Presi
dent; Leader selected for each German.
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Prof. Collier Cobb, Managing Editor.
J. T. Pugh, Ass't Managing Editor.
C. H. White,
II. M. Thomspon,
W. D. Charnnchael,
F. L. Carr.
E. C. Gregory.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
Geo. G. Stephens, President
H. H. Home, Vice-President
J. A. Butt, Secretary.
J. Worth McAlister, Treasurer.
Meets in the Chapel on Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday evenings
three-quarters of an hour after the supper
Baptist Church. Rev. J, L. Carroll,
D. D. Preaching every Sunday morning
and night Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Prayer-meeting every Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Church. Preaching every
Sunday morning and night, except first
Sunday in each Month. Sunday School
at 9:30 a. M. Prayer-meeting every Wed
Methodist Church Rev. ,'.N. .".M... Wat
son. "Preaching every morning and night
Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday night. '
Episcopal Church. --Rev. Frederick
Towers. Sunday services at at 7, 11 and 7
o'clock. Weekly services at 4 P. M. Fri
day. - Sunday School at 4 p. M. : -
Th e College singles opened
Monday the. 23d. The games
were as follows:
Bridgers-Howard: 60, 63, 60.
B r yson-Mangum: 6 1, 7 5
, 60.' ., .
Graham, G. -Mitchell: 6 3, 61,
Graves-Emry: 6 3, 6 4, 6 1.
The second day:
Biyson-Bridgers: 6 3, 5 7,
Graham-Graves: 63, 3 6,
The third day the champion
ship game was played between
Bryson and Graham. The game
throughout was fine and at times
brilliant. The most noticeable
features were the backhand re
turns of Bryson. His net works
was also very effective. Bridgers
scored the only sot, which went
Graham's work on the back
line was very strong. The game
ended in a victory for Bryson:
Bryson-Graham: 6 4,8 6,61.
By the result of the Tourna
ment, Bryson won the champion
singles of the University. There
was a great deal of interest shown
in it by both professors and stu
dents. The tournament for doubles
will open Friday. The teams
that have entered are: Graves
and Shepherd, Mangum and Gra
ham, Hampton and Emry, Smith
and Mitchell, Bryson and Bridg
ers, Little and . .,
'There will be two handsome
prizes, and the team winning will
go to Virginia and play West
Virginia for the championship of
the two colleges.
path with such sweet gems of
learning, we hope that upon his
brow unwithering laurels of learn
ing hang and "smooth success be
strewed before his feet." The
lilies of the valley, as birthday
flowers, were worn by Dr. Hume
and members of the Circle. The
imposing body of intelligent
ladies, twelve in number, repre
senting the Book Club, wore blue
and white badges, the University
colors, in honor of Dr. Hume's
position and distinction there.
4iDr. Thomas Hume, of the
Chair of English at the State
University, delivered three lec
tures at Salisbury last week, and
occupied Bro. Jones' pulpit on
Sunday. Dr. Hume has become
the most popular lecturer in the
State, and his services are always
in demand." Biblical Recorder.
This is the third address or lec
ture before our people by Dr.
Hume. The Literary Circle
and the Book Club, already at
work on definite lines, have been
prompted to special studies in
Tennyson and Shakespeare and
will do them methodically. It
was indeed a brilliant gathering
and a beautiful home, a charming
hostess, that greeted the lecturer
last night. After the lecture light
refreshments were served by the
graceful maidens of the Circle. It
was an evening long to be remem
bered for its intellectual pleasure,
its social smoothness and friendly
greetings. The crowd was large
and the dignitaries of the town
well represented. 'Tis with regret
we say the evening is in the past,
and for the Circle we wish "that
fair thoughts and happy hours at
tend them;" and for the venera
ble scholar who hst sprinkled our
A JOKE VERSIFIED.
In San Francisco the scene is laid
Where the heathen Chinee is lady's-maid,
Cook, washerwoman and everything.
Well Ihere they have cars that run by a
Cable cars vous save, I force the rhyme
For to hunt for a better I had'nt time,
On the platform one day stood a heathen
Going home with a great big pile of
washee, ' . ;-0
The car turned a corner quite sharply
And out in the street flew the heathen
His bundie flew open, collars, cuffs and
a shirt . . ,
Were nicely scattered around in the dirt,
But even this did'nt phase the bloke
He picked himself up and thus he spoke
"Golly glacious! walle matter; dam
My George stretched out his shapely
To warm before the grate,
When suddenly a spark flew out
And sealed my lover's fate.
My life is now a desert stretch'
My life is one great void;
And daily I deplore this fact,
His cuffs were celluloid.
THE SWEETEST MUSIC.
You talk of mandolin and harps
Of zithers and guitars
And serenading instruments
Strummed 'neath the listening stars.
But to them, one and all, I have
A long line of objections
I like them not; and when I play
I'll play on girls' affections.
X4Ct CO RECEIVED
CALL OR SEND FOR THEM.
W. KAUFMAN & CO.,
' Leading Clothiers, Hatterg & Furnishers,
Cor. Central Hotel, CHARLOTTE, N. C.
R. Van Landingham is the University Agen t.
H. H. CARTLAND,
OF GREENSBORO, N. C ,
WILL BB AT
Roberson Hotel, Thursday, 22d inst.,
AND WILL TAKE YOUR MEASURE
FOR A NICE SPRING SUIT.
Call at room over Delmoco's and select
little & McAllister,
Agents. ; :
Dr. R. H. WHITEHEAD
Has bought out the
ppe mm mm
And completely re-stocked his store with
all the articles necessary to comfort and
uses of the students.
Mr. McRAE, who is managing the
store, will be glad to see his student
friends at all times, and will sell them
DRUGS, CANDY, CIGARETTES, CIGARS,
TOBACCO and STUDENTS' ARTICLES
Cheaper than any place in the village..
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
at all times.
ry (Soods, IKotioas,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Hard
ware, Groceries, Wagons,
Furniture a Specialty.
Chapel Hill, N. C.
The Great Through Car
Line Between the North
and South and Southwest.
Washington & Southwestern
Richmond & Danville
Fast Hail, - -
New York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Washington, Atlanta,
Montgomery, Mobile, New
Orleans, Binning' m, Memphis.
THE HIGH STANDARD OF PASSEN
Fast Time. Sure Connections,
(During the month of December, 1893.
this Company expects to open a new route ,
to Florida, via Columbia, Savannah and
the Florida Central and Peninsular R.R.)
For rates, schedules or other informa
tion, address any agent of the System, or
CHAS. L. HOPKINS,
Traveling Passenger Agent, Cliarlottc, N. C.
W. A. Turk. S. II. Hardwick,
Gen, Pass. Agt, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.
W. H: Green, Sol. Haas,
General Manager. Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Washington, D. C.
F. W. HDIDEKOPER ADD REOBIN FOSTER,
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Lv. Chapel Hill, 8 15
Lv. University, 9 40
Ar. University, 9 IS
An Chapel Hill, 10 40
Lv. Chapel Hiil, 4 18 -At. University, 3 18
Lv. University, 5 18 Ar. Chapel Hill, 6 40.