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GENERAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
K. P. Lewis, President.
W. K. Battle, Vice-President,
P. H. Busbee, Sec'y. and Treas.
UNIVERSITY FOOT-BALL TEAM.
S. E. Shull, Captain.
T. V. Jones, Jr., Manager.
A. M. Carr, Assistant Manager.
UNIVERSITY BASE-BALL TEAM.
R. H. Lawson, Captain.
J. R. Carr, Manager.
W. S. Bernard, Editor-in-Chief.
A. R. Berkeley, Business Manager. -
ELISHA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SO
William Cain, C. E., President.
C.S. Mangum, M. D., Vice-President.
Francis P. Venable, Ph D., Sec'y. and Treas.
unaries isaskerville, t'h U., Cor. Sec'v.
Meets in 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-Presidet.
H. M. London, Secretary.
Thomas Hume, D. D. LL.D., President.
W. D. Toy, M. A., Vice President.
George M. McKie, Secretary.
A. R. Berkeley, Treasurer.
Thomas Hume, D.D., L-L.D. President,
H. F. Linscott, Ph. D., Vice-President.
S. May, A.B., Sec'y. and Treas.
Meets on last Tuesday night of each month
in the English Lecture room.
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W.,FS' Bryan, President.
D. P. Parker, Secretary,
FRATERNITIES (Se cret).
Delta Kappa Epilon, Beta Theta Pi, Zeta
Psi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Al
pha Tau Omega, Sigma Chi, Phi, Gamma
Delta, Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha, Pi Kap
pa Alpha, Phi Delta Theta,
Theta Nu Epsilon (Secret).
Pi Sigma (Secret).
Order of Gimghouls (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.
Samuel May, A.B., Director.
W. F. Bryan, Manager.
J. A. Moore, Stage Manager.
UNIVERSITY GERMAN CLUB.
H. C. Cowles, President.
M. Makely, Vice-President.
A. M. Carr, Secretary.
E. Alexander, Jr., Treasurer.
Meets at call of President. Leader select
ed for each german.
Y. M. C. A.
F. M. Osborne, President.
H. Anderson, Vice-President.
G Vernon Cowper, Rec. Seo.
Geo. Stevens, Cor; Sec.
C. E. Maddryj Treasurer.
Judge J. C. McRae, Judge.
J. G. McCormick, Associate Justice.
L. M. Carolton, Solicitor.
H. D, Williams, Clerk.
W. S. Ferguson, Sheriff.
The Moot Court will convene everv Satur
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. Rev. II. H. Meade,
D. D., Rector. Services every Sunday morn
ing and night.
Methodist 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
Cook Table Talk.
j Now that the result of the sec
md of the "Century's" col lege
j graduate competitions has been an
nounced, interesting conclusions o
more or less truth begin to be
drawn by the observant. Last
year although there were twenty-
five per cent more men than women
in the competition the women took
all the prizes, short story, poem
and essay. This year the men were
successful in the short story ant
essay, but again the poem went to
a woman. Smith and Vassar cap
tured all three the first year; this
year the West, represented by the
University of Chicago, Leland
Stanford and estern Reserve
University demonstrated its grow
ing power as an educational factor
by taking all of the honors. Th
South has not yet been represented
among the winners, nor has the
East, the home of the great Univer
sities," except by the two colleges
for women; although these two sec
tious are represented by two thirds
of the competitors.
Scribner's is the first of the No
vember magazines that we find on
the Table. Its "contents" is
gestive of considerable pleasure.
The short stories are above the av
erage, and among the verse is a new
poem, "Suicide," by the widely
read Edwin Markham. Of greater
interest are the letters of Robert
Louis Stevenson. These are gos
sipy of literary men and give us
personal glimpses of our authors
such as we rejoice in. "Kipling" he
says, "is the most promising young
author that has appeared since
ahem I appeared, the fairy
godmothers were tipsy at his
christening. There is an appre
ciation of Henry James and a depre
ciation of his own "The Wrecker,"
and a short note to a young man in
the United States who wishes an
allograph. He gets it with the
advice to read something besides
novels and newspapers: "the for
mer are good enough when the' are
good, th second, at their best, are
worth nothing." Then the auto-
4 . . -i -r r . r
grapn. K. u. otevonson, author ot
a great quantity of little books."
There are other letters with pleas
ant references to "David Balfour,"
"Kidnapped" and the "Weir of
Of local interest perhaps is "The
Forgotten Woman the South" an
article in the current Outlook by
D. F. St, Clair, formerly of this
State. "Think of a young fellow
who waits upon you at the dinner
table snubbing you on the campus
because you had failed in your
class! and there was such an in
stance at the University of North
'Carolina." (Pray don't be sur
prised. We don't know our virtues
as well as others know them.)
This was to illustrate that the
South had remembered her Forgot
ten Man, "Then what of his sis
ter?" The remainder of the article
is a sympathetic write-up of the
State Normal and Industrial Col
many champions of their cause.
The South African Question (Olive
Shreiner) feeling presents it, while
"Oom Paul's People" is an easy-to-read
journalistic account ol the dif
ficulty. After the regular morning exer
cises in the Chapel Tuesday, Dr.
Alderman made a brief but elo
quent talk on the athletic situation.
He was several times applauded.
He said that the team had met with
great misfortunes recently, but
that it had the right stufT in it and
would rally right manfully that the
Southern Football Championship
might remain ours.
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas;Almighty God in his In
finite Wisdom has seen fit to remove
from among us, our former member
H. C. Wall.
Be it resolved:
1 That in the death of Mr.
Wall, the Dialectic Society has lost
an able supporter and true friend.
2 That we, the members of the
Dialectic Society do hereby extend
our heartfelt sympathy to the be
3 That the Secretary be in
structed to have a copy of these
resolutions published in the Tar
HEEE and some of the State papers
also that he send a copy to the
family of Mr. Wall.
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G. N. Coffey Com.
W. Murphey )
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Repairs and Upholstering.
Can be had cheaper here than anywhere
else. We make all kinds of picture '
frames to order and guarantee satisfac I
tion. J. E. & S. h. HERNDON. ' I
S. L. Herndon is Univ. Mechanic and I
. will make any ropairs, &c. for you.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
. . HutchhiSy Prop. J
Nice new buggfies .and splendid driving .'
horses for both saddle and buggy. Special')
rates to University students. Try me once. I
The Finest Stock of
Smokers' articles in the State.
Theo. A. Brown
Cigars and Tobacco,
Durham, N. C.
R.F.MORRIS 2t SON MF-e.Co.Jl
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THAT'S WHAT THE "BOYS" SAY.
Union Teachers' Agency of .America.
Rev. L,. D. Bass, D. D., Manager.
Pittsburg, Toronto,' New Orleans, New
York, Washington, San Francisco, Chicago,
St. Louis and Denver. We had over 8,000 va
cancies during the past season. Teachers
needed now to contract for next term. Un
qualified facilities for placing teachers in ev
ery part of the United States and Canada.
Principals, superintendents, assistants,
grade teachers, public, private, art, music,
clerks, doctors, wanted. Address all appli
cations to Washington, D. C.
The magazines teem with South
Africa. The London Spectator,
the admirable English review, pre
sents the case of the ministry from
week to week. The Boers have
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Sweaters, tennis rackets, foot
ball shoes, caps, etc.
Call and get catalogue
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Suits from $10.00 up.
Pants from $3.00 up.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. A. W. Graham, Agt. 28 Old West.
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Special line of students' furnishings. Oil
lamps, carpets, &c., cheap. J. B. vVEBB. '
Oliver W. Cole. Walter Hollady,
COLE AND HOLLADY.
The University Photographers.
Groups made on short notice.
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Uni versity Magazine,
Published by the Dialectic and
Philanthropic Literary Societies of
the University of North Carolina
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