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GENERAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
J. S. Carr, Jr., President.
E. V. Patterson, Vice-President.
C. S. Alston, Sec'y. and Treas.
trNivEtisrrr foot-ball team.
F. O. Rogers, Temporary Captain.
Warren L. Kluttz, Jr., Manager.
A. K. Berkeley, Assistant Manager.
UNIVERSITY BASE-BALL TEAM.
R. A. Winston, Captain.
J. R. Carr, Manager,
W. S. Wilson, Editor-in-Chief.
W. E. Cox, Business Manager.
ELISHA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SO
OIETY. J.A.Holmes, U.S., State-Geologist.President-C.S.
Mangum, M. D.,: Vice-President.
Francis P. Venabtei PhiD., Sec'y. and Treas.
Charles Baskepvilie-, Ph D;, Cor. Sec'y.
Meets iti Person Hall the second Tuesday
night of each month. Journals issued twice
Kemp P. Battle, LL. D., President.
E. A. Alderman, D .C. L., Vice-President.
H. M. London, Secre
Thomas Hume, D. D. LL.D., President.
H. F. Linscott, Vice President.
W.J. Horney, A,. B., Secretary.
H. P. Harding, Treasurer.
E. Alexander. President.
H. F. Linscott, Vice-President.
S. May, Sec'y. and Treas.
Meets on last Tuesday night of each month
in tke English Lecture room.
Delta Kappa Epilon, Bet Theta Pi, Zeta
Psi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Al
pha Tau Omega, Sigma Chi, Ph, Gamma
Delta, Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha, Pi Kap
pa Alpha, Phi Delta Theta
Theta Nu Epsilon (Secret).
Pi Sigma (Secret).
Order of Gimghoul (Junior, Secret). Ban
quet Thursday night of Commencement.
The Gorgon's Head.
Philanthropic (Literary, Secret). Estab
lished 1795. Meets every Saturday night in
Phi Hall, New East Building.
Dialectic (Literary, Secret). Established
1795. Meets every Saturday night in the Di
Hall, New West Building.
R. H. Graves, Director.
G. D. Vick, Manager.
M. Bellamy, Jr., Stage Manager.
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 german.
Y. M. C. A.
T. G. Pearson, President.
F. W. Coker, Vice-President.
T. G. P.;arsou, Cor. Sec.
H. Anderson, Rec. Sec.
A. J. Barwick, Treasurer,
UNIVERSITY MOOT COURT.
J. C. Biggs, Judge.
J. D. Parker, Associate Justice.
E. B. Grantham, Solicitor.
R. B. Morrison, Clerk.
R.T. Poole, Sheriff.
The Moot Court will convene three Satur
day nights in each month.
Presbyterian Church. Rev. D. J. Cur
rie, Services every Sunday morning and
night except the first Sunday in each month.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Episcopal Church. Dr. K. I. Battle.
Services every Sunday morning and night.
Mkthodist Church. Rev. N H.D.Wilson.
Services every Sunday morning and night.
Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
Baptist Church. Rev. Frederick Cleve
land. Services every Sunday morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
X Senior Class Poem.
On the crest of college life I pause
My track has crossed, environed by
The fertile fields of circumstance.
And hare and there I may diseern
Some little plot my hands have" tilled
Compelling its small harvest ; but
How small beside the store I willed!
Geologies and Engish Ten
Are all and every thingil've passed;
While round my struggling "footsteps are
Trig., Psyc, aud Junior Physics massed.
And now these ready fields rebuke
My sloth and lack of patient care,
Sad deserts stretching far and wide,
Gaunt trees which Sodom's apples bear.
For I have reached the Senior Class
And other fields await my hand;
Commencement Day will soon be here,
. Ah ! Shall I join that happy band?
What brief allotment may be given
The remnant of my finite power,
Still I must gird myself to do
My duty, at the eleventh hour.
Y. M. C. A. Leaders For this Week.
.Monday night, Prof. Gore.
Tuesday night, Mr. L.B. Wilson.
Wednesday night, Mr. Greening.
Thursday night, Mr. Alison.
The public is cordially invited to
take part in the Y.M.C.A. services.
It is a student organization and con
ducted by students for the benefit
of students. The officers are striv
ing every da' to make the services
more attractive and interesting. It
will pay students to participate in
the exercises. The association
meets four times a week at 7:15
o' clock in the Chapel.
Early in the term Dr. Alderman
called the Senior Class together in
the Chapel and gave many h-elping
suggesting by which the class
might profit. These the class app
reciated and are endeavoring to
carry out. But there is one thing
that he mentioned which the seniors
built much hope upon aud yet that
one thing seems to have slipped his
memory. He promised to call the
Seniors together from time to time
and address them upon the leading
social and political question of the
day. We recognize the fact that
the president's time is very valuable
that no spare moments fall to his
share but the Senior Class has his
promise and feels that it could not
relieve him from it and do justice
to its self. So even should this
conflict with other duties, it is no
more than right that some of them
should give way to this one. The
Senior Class is about to go out into
life and while they are taken up
with their work in the class-room
these addresses thrown in from time
to time would well serve" to keep
them more thoroughly in 'touch
with the problems of the day.
Then there is another thing we
would like to call to the attention
of the faculty. The system of fac
ulty lectures on each .Friday night
of last year has fallen into disuse.
Why can't we have them again?
Surely' tis not lack of an audience
for last year the hall was always
A large crowd of U. N. C. stu
dents took in the Blacksburg game
in Winston Friday.
Messrs. J. P. Bunn and Clarence
QMviriii wfnt Imn-io last week to
V J V v -
attend the Rocky Mount Fair am
to cast their votes on the 8th.
English 6 at Harvard is a debat
Harvard defeated Yale by a score
of 16-4 in the Inter Collegiate Golf
The total registration at Yale is
2500; that of Harvard is 3774.
Judging from an editorial in the
F. and M. Weekly of last issue, the
students of Franklin ami Marshal
College are determined to retain
their teacher of Elocution and ora
tory although the authorities plead
"financial embarrasment". This
shows a noble spirit in the students.
If we are not provided with one
after Xmas we see no reason why
we should not follow the example
of the students of , Franklin and
Hudson the great Indian quarter
back, kicked a goal from the 45 yd.
line in the Carlisle -Harvard game
STANDARD RAILWAY OF
he direct line to all points.
Strictly first-class equipment
on all through aud local trains ;
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
on all night trains ; Fast ami
Travel by the Southern and
you are assured a safe, comfort
able and expeditious journey.
Apply to Ticket Agents for time
tables, rates and general
information, or address
R. L. VERNON, F. R. DARBY,
T. P. A- C. P. A.
Charlotte,' N. C. Asheville',' N. C.
Frank S. Cannon, J. M. Cuep,
3dV;P.&Gen. Man. Traf. Man.
W. A. Turk, G. P. A.
Washington, D. C.
A Wonderful Invention.
Zoology teaches that the hairs of the head
are hollow, and contain an oil that gives
them life. In clipping the hair with scis
sors, this hollow is left open, and the hair
loses its life-giving properties.
I have a Machine named the Singeing Ma
chine, which removes the hair and at the
same time closes up the hollow, causing the
hair to retain its life-giving properties, and
therefore stopping the hair from falling out
or dying, and giving it a soft growth.
Call and examine this machine and have
your hair singed.
Special attention given to dressing La
dies' hair. Cutting done with exquisite and
srtistis skill by the old University Barber
of twenty years' experience.
The singing machine is highly recom
mended by scientists throughout the country.
T. IX DUNSTAN
Professor of Tonsorial Art.
rtw uu-up AND
you will find shoes,
hats, shirts, and
kinds of gent's
f Fiirtiishitig Goods
the best and cheapest on the market
t tt r i i i r
we rurnisn a large uue ror you to
select, from. You can get what you
Our stationery can't be beaten.
Letter heads for every department.
Special run on tablets and second
' Co-operative Store,
No. 1 O. W. Building.
Hours: 8.15 to 8.45 a.m., 2 to 4
and b.30 to 7.30 p.m.
E. H. EUBANKS & BRO.
Who have opened up a
New Furniture Store
In Chapel Hill, have
BEDROOM SUITS, all oak, from m.W
up. uentre iaDies, writing uesks, Book
Cases, Carpets, etc.
Student's Supply Store.
Next to Yearby's Drug Store.
Fruits, Confections, Cigars, Citrarettcs
Best Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Cakes.
Crackers, Potted Ham, Tongue, Beef, Olives,
Pickles, Nuts, Cheese, Sardines, etc.
When you get hungry, call in. Freshmen
enjoy the same welcome as Seniors or the
Faculty. St M. BARBER.
Faculty and Student Body
lJ niversity of N. O.
You are cordially invited to call on
our representatives, Mess.
N. C. Long & Bro for
Custom-Made Suits a Specialty,
with two large line samples to select
When in Durham, make our Store
1 . J . lamjju;,
The Clothier and Gents'' Furnisher,
IN EFFECTHAN. 18th 1898.
8:55 A. M.
No. 52 Connects at University with
trains for Greensboro, Danville, Rich
mond, Washington and'all points North
also with trains for Durham, Raleigh,
Goldsboro, Selma, Tarboro, Rocky Mt.
Suffolk and Norfolk, Wilmington, New
Bern and Morehead City.
3:S0, p. m. No 54 Connects at University
Greensboro, Charlotte, Atlanta
New Orleans, Memphis, Columbia, Sa-
v.Ttitm. Tnclfsnnvillo St A iirrnsiti'ne. and I
- 1 1 . i ( i i . t
ILIA puiuia OUULM. V
11:10, a.m. From Greesnboro, Danville i
Washington and other points North, also
from Durham Raleigh, Selma Goldsboro
6:50, p. m. 53, from Wilmington, New Berne
Norfolk, Tarboro, Rocky Mount, Suflol"
Goldsboro, Raleigh, Durham, and inter
mediate stations. Quick time: accora-
Mixed. Daily Except Sunday.
Travelling Pass. Agent.
Charlotte, N. C.
. M. Culp, W. H. GrKEN.
Traffic Manager. Gen. Man'g'r.
W. A. TURK,
Gen. Pass. Agqnti
Washington, D. C
Agent Si R. Co,