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Mrs. P. H. Winston, of Windsor,
U visitiner Dr. Winston, her son.
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Mrs. Samuel B. Hunter, of Hah -
fax county, recently visite this
brother, Mr., E. L. Harris.
Mrs. Martha A. Harris is spend
ner some time with her son, Mr
Eugene L. Harris.
Some body got on their "ear' las
week, and as a result, about half o:
college is on probation.
Mr. Fred Carr.' 95 has been elect
ed to succeed. Mr. Pugh as instruc
tor in Latin.
Mr. Thos. R. Foust, instructor
in Math, for the past two years, is
now teaching in South Carolina.
Mr. Butler, of the U. of Ga., sue
ceeds Mr. Foust arid is also a valu
able addition to our foot ball team
Mr. Motley -Morehead, of Dur
ham, was on the Hill a few days
Mr. H. G. Sharpe ex '96, has de
lighted his friends by appearing on
Mr. Copple, '99 has been called
home by the serious illness of his
The Law, class, 16 in number; go
to Raleigh Saturday to be examined
Mr. Philipps, '99, is very sick
with fever: His conditon has been
critical for some time. His father is
now with him.
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This weather is too hot for hard
study, so while away the time in
the shade and while away the time
by reading the Tar Heel.
Work on the electric plant goes
c.wi:i.. i r j
ai.cci.uiiy un, duu in a. lew uiiys more
Dr. Kluttz's revenue from the oi
trade will cease.
Mr. Pugh, instructor in Latin for
the last two vears. mid us a visit
last week. He was on his way to
Mr. Harry Lake, '98, now comes
to the front with a gift of $300 to
build a new athletic tract. The en
tire student body ieels gratihed.
We are sorry to say that some of
professors have no sympathy for the
the students. Very few have lessened
the work during the oppressive
Weather of the nast two weeks.
Mr. Cormichael. of the Tar
Heel board, has gone to Atlanta to
ctiiena a convention or ivappa Aipna
fraternity, and will incidently
take in the sights of the exposition.
Mr. James Beard, the man who
laid out his opponent in the U. Va'.
game last fall, has returned to the
Hill to the delight of all foot ball
"Johnnie" Moore is seriously
thinking of writing a story on the
"Difficulties I exprienced in collect
ing fifteen dollars. " The literary
world is anxiously waiting.
- Prof. Williams says Aston is a
good psychologist. Whether that
means Mr." Aston is to get 1 or 5 on
. 1. 1 . i
examination we are uuauie iu
, Misses Clyde Mason and Mattie
Kirkland are making extended visits
away from the Hill. Their friends
are anxious to welcome them home
The boys have, on their own mo
tion, transformed the memorial
hall into a skating- rink, and those
i , . , j . ' , ,
who are acquainted with the "skeat
ing" art get some pleasure out of
these lovely evenings.
A bright psychologist, after list
ening to a discussion of realism and
nominalism, propounded the follow-
ing astounding question: "Prof.
Williams, if a thing isn't a thing,
what is a thing?"
Mr. Trenchard, who is to train
this season's team has arrived, and
every one is impressed not only with
his thorough knowledge of foot ball
but also with his courteous man
ners and gentlemanly bearing.
Now is the time for U. N. C, to
regain her foot ball reputation.
With the best material we have
ever had, and Mr. Trenchard, the
foremost foot ball man in America
to coach us, what is to prevent us
from conqueroring all opponents.
The Sophomores held their annu
al election last week with the fol
lowing result: Pres. E. K. Gra
ham, Vice Pres. W G. Peace; His
torian, Follen; Orator, Harding
At the same time H. S. Lake was
elected Capt. of the '98 foot bal
We are glad there has been no
maltreatment of new students this
year, l lie voluntary abolishing o
this unmanly practice by the stu
dent body is a step towards tha
high plain of morals and manhood
which should exist in all great uni
versities, such as our's is destined
Mr. E. W. Woods, an aged citi
zen, of Chapel Hill, died Tuesday
September 24th, He was not very
well known to the present body o
students, as he had been an invalid
for some time. Old students, how
ever, remember him as a picturesque
character and as one who did many
ittle jobs for them, as remedying
clocks, lamps, etc. At the time of
his death, he was not far from
eiirnty years oia,
The Philological Club held its
first meeting for the year 1895-'96
in the English lecture room, Tues
day evening, Sept. 24th.
Prof. Toy presented some notes
on "Faust II, 365-380." The pa
per called out an interesting discus
sion on the origin, history and uses
of the magician's wand, the divin
Prof. Harrington called attention
to a new Latin Grammar, by Prof.
Bennett, of Cornell University and
o "A Short Manual of Comparative
Philology for Classical Students,"
by P. Giles, M. A., oi Cambridge
Prof. Harrington also spoke ot
he twenty-seventh annual session
of the American Philological Asso
ciation, which was held in Cleve-
and, Ohio, during the summer.
Mr. Wills made a few remarks on
he revised edition of A. S. Hill's
'Principles of Rhetoric."
The officers tor the year are as
Prof. Harrington, President.
Dr. Ball, Vice-President.
Prof. Toy, Secretary and Treas
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September 18 December 31, 1895.
For the above occoslon the Southern Railway
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ATLANTA, OA., and return qn the follow
Asheville, N. 0
Burlington, N. C.
Chapel Hill, N. C
Concord, N. C
Charlotte, N. C. ...... .
Durham, N. C
Front Royal, Va
Greensboro, N. C
Goldsboro, N. C
Hendersonville, N. C.
Hickory. N. C
High Point, N. 0
Hot Springs, N.C....
Henderson, N. C
Lexington, N. 0 .
Morgan ton, N. C
Marion, N. C
Oxford, N. C
Reidsville. N. C
South Boston, Va
Salisbury, N. C
13 15 . 9.
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Tryon, N. C
West Point, Va
Wilkesboro, N. C
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10.75 i 7.
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