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GENERAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
J. S. Carr, President.
E. V. Patterson, Vice-President.
C. S. Alston, Sec'y. and Treas.
UNIVERSITY FOOT-BALL TEAM.
Warren L. Kluttz, Jr., Manager.
UNIVERSITY BASE-BALL TEAM.
JR. A. Winston, Captain.
J. R. Carr, Jr., Manager.
W. S. Wilson, Editor-in-Chief.
W. E. Cox, Business Manager.
ELISHA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SO
J. W. Gore, C. E., President.
Collier Cobb, A. M., Vice-President.
rancis P. Venable, Ph D., Sec'y. and Treas.
Charles Baskerville, Ph D., Cor. Sec'y.
Meets in Person Hall the second Tuesday
night of each month. Journals issued twice
Kemp P. Battle, LL. D., President,
fc. A. Alderman, D .C. L., Vice-President.
J. G. McCormick, Secretary.
Samuel May A,. B., Secretary
i-t. j. iieu. treasurer
E. Alexander, President.
H. F. Linscott, Vice-President.
S. May, Sec'y. and Treas.
Meets on last Tuesday night of each month
in the English Lecture room.
An Unsatisfied Need. Georgetown University, at Charlottes- Tl- fi a.
Durino-the summer the Question ville. A "C WU" UPCrd VC
was asked us if we had a teacher of Satnrrlnv fWnhpr ?q viro-inin vc
expression at the University. All Columbia University at Charlottes- Js offering- to the students and fa
"-j "..- kusi i.uc umvci- .-. uiLv sevenLv-iive Kinds rt
si ty had employed, just for a few Wednesday, November 2 Virginia Men's Stylish Shoes
months last spring-, a teacher of this vs. Princeton, at Princeton. Always up to date. Prices fro
as is offered in any University in the Tuesday, Movember 8 Virginia vs. ou
man's tpnfhinor Jnorlicli lifr-o nnA n
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t 1 ! cri tn A f imo rl H'nf i 1-1 rv liic? qfnM4-ivi. f Qo t-A ' -,r t 1 -1 1 T r . ' I i i t4- t, ...n .m.i j r
as a teacher of expression. The s. Vanderbilt University, at Louis- Rodgen, Peet & Co. When in need
long standing truth of this state- ville. of Clothing and Gent's Furuishino-s
men t caused those in authority to Monday, November 14 Virginia 1 Wl11 Pay JTU to see "s before you
employ Mr. Cowan last spring, vs. University of West Virginia, -at L'r . . ' . .
ThL who attended his U Charleston.' We Guarantee Everything i,,
that he had no timp tnunnn fnmtiu vs. United States Naval Aeadomv. at
thino- else.' His rnV;itf intttnwinn I Annapolis.
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on society work, debates etc.. could Thursday, November 24 (Thanks-
always be obtained by those who iving" Day) Virginia vs. University
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sougnt it. jo tair, minded man
who attened the last inter-society
debate and the Georgia debate can
truthfully say, that his efforts were
Every colleg-e in the state has a
teacher of expression, a man who
who has made it his life work to
teach men how to render - in the
most. fflWtnnl rn.irinfr Vio liiwrl-ifo
I . .v. l-UUHi- 11 1.1
x nomas iiume, u. U. L,L,.L)., President. U !.,. t. 1 1 n , , .
w. d. Toy, vice President. that have been clothed in clear cut
Samuel -Mn.tr A r? c........ I 17 i: .1. t.i i i .
xvuyusn. dui aias we nave no sucn
teacher here in the state Univer
sity where men come to g-et a uni
versity education. And why haven't
we a teacher of Expression? If one
should ask some well-meaning peo
ple about the campus who could
help us satisfy this need but who
were never known to enter Mr.
Cowan's class room, why we have
of North Carolina, at Richmond.
I t iii.ii iu 4lui nam, muite OUI
University Magazine. "Tn lambs.
Delta Kanna TT.n.ilrn 'Rot-. Tl.a(, V. vt.. I
Psi. SieaNu s , X rV: "o tocher ot expression
pha Tau Omega, signm Chi, Phi Gauinm coming- year, they will say and will
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nn A 1-1... r 1 1 . t i fi i . " I 'Ir'fll'llIxT f . 4-. . . t. . . . 1 1 1. I
u,niuuji tiji piuvc man cainesL-l lxaLJ
ness wherein the experiment was
tried last year and "proved a fail
ure . They say "the agfe of ora-
t.orv isi r.Tf" 'Pfit-lm-rio e. ; vi
Order ofGWhouis (Junior, secret). ThJ ' ' . . ."T. " 1 KnuaninroP,c literary Societies
society meets in February and October. Ban- case. in all probability it has never the University of North Carolina
quet Thursday night of Commencement. existed for their peculiar kind. I
a ne uorgon 8 iieau. i . . - i
Philanthropic (Literary, Secret). Estab- lu this ag-e when a Chicago con- Subscription, $1.50 for the current
Phi Han, New w Baiidi . ' 8' 1 in " can te moved as a single College year.
i7?ialLcti: (Litera7 Secret). Established man by the student of a teacher of Send us vour suhsrrmrinti
179o. Meets every Saturday nie-ht in the Di , t,r -r . CI,U your SUDSCnptlon.
HaiLNewWn,,;,.; - expi ession anu vv . i. Wilson and
pa Alpha, Phi Delta Theta.
Theta Nu Epsilon (Secret).
fi ssigma (Secret).
One of Chapel Hill's new enterpris
es is a new furniture store that has
been opened by E."L. Eubanks & Bro.
Kead their ad.
If we havn't what vou want wp
get it for you.
This is the Best and Cheapest
Place in the State to Buy
Books, Stationery &c.
Stationery for all departments.
No. 1, Old West Building.
Hours 8:15 to 8:45 a. m., 2 to 4 p. in.,
ruu to s.uu p. m.
Faculty and Student Bod
E. H. EUBANKS & BRO.
Who have opened up a
New Furniture Store
In Chapel Hill, have......
BEDROOM SUITS, all oak. from fy.OOl
up. Centre Tables. Writiner Desks. Book I ur
eases, Carpets, etc. lou are cordially invited to call on
our representatives, iVJess.
N. C. Long- & Bro for
iverwity of JNI. O.
Student's Supply Store
Next to Yearby'a Drug Store.
Fruits. Confect ions. Hiirars fiimi-oio
Best Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Cakes,
Crackers, Potted Ham, Tongue, Beef, Olives,
Pickles, Nuts, Cheese, Sardines, etc.
When you et hungry, call in. Freshmen
enjoy the same welcome as Seniors or the
Faculty. S. M. BARBEE.
CLOT H IN G
. Custom-Made Suits a Sin r in 1 tv
- with two large line samples to select
When in Durham, make our Store
Published by the Dialectic and
Philanthropic Literary Societies of
The Clothier and Gents' Furnisher,
UNIVERSITY GERMAN CLUB.
G. D. Vick, President.
Graham Woodard, Vice-President.
H. C. Cowles, Secretary.
A. R. Berkeley, Treasurer.
Meets at call of President. Leader select
ed for each perman.
Y. M. C. A.
T. G. Pearson, President.
F. W. Colter, Vice-President.
T. G. P erson. Cor. Sec.
H. Anderson, Rec. Sec.
W. E. Cox, Treas.
UNIVERSITY MOOT COURT.
J. C. Bigg-S, Judge. .
J. D. Parker, Associate Justice.
E. B. Grantham, Solicitor.
...... Morrison, Clerk.
The Moot fourtwill convene three Satur-
uttjr monism eacn month.
Presbyterian Church. Rev. D. J. Cur
rie. Services everv Miinthv j
"wi iiiuj arm
A t Tr ti
n i . .... I iiui.i uniuv
i f ti 1 i i. . i . t i i i
jui tt. vutiu an uy ineir eloquence can r
in brethless suspense, the man who
says that the ag-e of oratory is past"
is to be pitied because of his ignor
ance and listened to if you are a
student of human nature and are
desirous of a rare specimen for the
We all can't become great orators
but we would like to have the op
portunity to be taug-ht the best
manner of expression. The fact
that we have no teacher of exnres-
siun here is no source of credit' to
this institution, the pride of North
rates furnished on
Literary contributions solicited
from the undergraduate body of the
1-T . . "
University. Articles of merit will
find prompt publication. Upon mat-
ters relating to the literary depart
ment of the Mag-azine,
W. S. Wilson,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Virginia Foot-Ball Schedule.
ueiow is given the schedule of the
A Wonderful Invention.
Zoology teaches that the hairs of the head
IN EFFECT JAN. 18th 1898.
8:55 A. M.
No. 52 Connects at University with
trains for Greensboro. DanviU. 'R.Vh.
' moud' Washing-ton and all points North
also with trains for Durham, Raleig-h,
Goldsboro, Selma, Tarboro, Rocky Mt.
Suffolk and Norfolk, Wilmington, New
Bern and Morehead City.
3:50, p. m. No 54 Connects at University
Greensboro, Charlotte, Atlanta
New Orleans, Memphis, Columbia, Sa
vanna, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and
all points South.
11:10, a. in. From Gfppsnhnm T..in-
Washington and other points North, also
from Durham Raleigh, Selma Goldsboro
it. "-"v", mm. Lumdin an on that (r va i
University of Virginia's foot-ball team ffi nhd '-n Wilmington', New Berne,
as reported by their manager. loses its life-giving propertX Nrflk' Tarboro- Rocky Mount, Suffolk
Saturday, October 1 Virginia vs Li..-Ve ?.Machine namedtheSinffeinff Ma- oldshoro, Raleigh, Durham, and inter
JSChOOl. at nil.nr1r.o
same time closes up the hollow, causing- the
air l" reiam lts l'te-giving properties: and
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Saturday. October 8-Viro-i . lT&VS out
fa""" 3. i -j 6yjiiS n a sou growth
j "-- 1 II1V1 11111V . I Till I J ' -mm f I 1 CI I 11 I l4.VWIAUkTa
"ig-ht except the first Sunday in each month. Washington and Lee Universitv at C;i1 and. exam'"e this machine anJ have
Prayer meeting every Wednoudav niht. m..... .-. "ivcrMiy, at your hair si d nu nave
Special attention given to dressing La
?i r a,r,-CUvtt,nF done with exquisite and
Mixed. Daily Except Sunday.
EMSCOPil. C.Hiiuru-Tl. ir " . , viiai IUI ICSVl 1 if.
oci v.ccs every unuay morning and night. Wednesday, October 12 Viro-inia
MrtTHnniST 'uirumi D.. V rr i. ' . 1 viiifiniai
; ..uv-i.. xvev. ah ii.u. Wilson. I VC ITtl irni: . C Tt . uj 11IC UIU un
Servces everv Mimrl iv a . , . Vi- University Of Pennsylvania oto weiitvvMr.'...!
Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Philadelphia. The singing machine is highly
vniH,-rcev. i-redenck Cleve- Saturtliv 1 e v - ' 1 "y scientists throughout the
land. Services every Sunday morninr n J Saturday, Uctober 15 Vinnnia VS. Verv RenPptlii
niirht. Praver nnftin- wrj?..j. I n.nlmir1ot nv ru i ;it. I
niirht v,v ntuucBuayi"'"-'i i vuaiiuucsvuie,
" ' I Saturday, October 22 Virginia vs.
R. L. VERNON,
Travelling Pass. Agent.
iver;j liarber J. M. Gulp, w. '
Traffic Manager. Gen. Man'g'r.
W. A. TURK,
Gen. Pass. Agent
Washington, D. C.
B. E. TEAUUE
Affent S. R. Co.
T. T). T1ITMQT A -r
Professor of Tonsorial ,trA