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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. ;
BOARD OF EDITORS
0. P. Russell,
W. E. Pharr,
0. "W- Miller,
- - - Business Manager.
- Ass't Business Man.
J. V. Howard,
W. T. Shore,
J. L., Moore,
J. K. Wilson
J. A.Parker, -
- - Campus.
- - Athletics.
Published every Thursday by the General
Entered in the Postomce at Chapel Hill, N.
C, as second-class matter.
Subscription Price. $1.50 per Year.
Payable in advance or during first term.
Single Copies, 5 Cents.
All communications for this paper should
be in the hands of the Editor-in-Chief by
Wednesday at noon to insure publication the
same week. We shall be glad to publish
pertinent discussions of college topics. The
Tar Heel will welcome news items, and hopes
the whole college will aid it alongthls line
We have played our first game
off the Hill for this season and won
it without much trouble. We give
two different accounts of the game.
The first as seen by a South Caro
lina man in "The State"; the second
as seen by our own representative.
The two views do not accord exact
ly but we leave them for our
readers to pass upon. ;
We have heard no complaints as
to the behavior of our own men both
on and off the field and we wish we
could say the same for South Caro
lina. We do not think it wise for
us to continue athletic relations with
South Carolina College. Our base
ball team did not receive the best
treatment in the world (when at
Columbia last spring and now a
South Carolina man exhibits his
hate for U. ; N. C. by striking the
youngest and smallest man on the
foot ball team a foul blow in the eye;
on account of which the latter was
compelled to go to his home for
treatment. There is no glory to be
gained by defeating South Carolina
College, so let us have no more of
them..' !.; ;
What is the matter with our mu
sical organizations? Where are
the Glee Club, the Mandolin and
Guitar Club, the Orchestra, and
the Band? Last 3Tear these were
the most pleasant features of our
college life and we see no reason
why they should be dropped after
such a succssful year. The musi
cians we sent to Greensboro last
year were most highly spoken of;
some of the Normalites even going
so far as to declare that they were
"just too cute for anything."
The band last year was a most
up-to-date organization and aided
the rooters very materially in our
ball games. Whenever Carolina
made a great play, which was often
last year, the notes of "We are Tar
Heels Born" sounded like a very
paean of joy. We play one of our
biggest games on the Hill this fall;
at this and at Richmond on Thanks
giving the band will be a most val
uable addition to our rooting organi
zations By all means, let's have
for the Varsity and more attention
should be given them. The fresh
man team of 1903 won the class
championship and seven men out of
the. eleven afterwards gained the
right'to wear N.C. on their breasts.
We have probably the best class
teams in the South, other Southern
institutions paying very little, if
any, attention to class athletics.
The way in which our class teams
defeat neighboring preparatory
schools show what a good article of
ball they can put up and we hope
they will be able to get games with
nearby schools this fall. A little
instruction by Coach Olcott would
increase the efficiency of a class team
very much and would besides aid in
the development of material for
future Varsity teams, and he could
doubtless be procured for a short
while occasionally to give instruc
tion in the finer points.
Let us pay more attention to our
will be here on
OCTOBER 9tb & 10th. WAIT FOR HIM.
We acknowledge the receipt of
the "Annual Report of the Auditor
of the State of North Carolina for
the Fiscal Year Ending November
30th, 1902," sent with the compli
ments of Auditor B. F. Dixon. It
is a very neat volume, larger than
a 12 mo., and bound in light green
paper covers. We were much, in
terested in the reports of the num
bers of mules, goats, feather-bed
renovators, lighting rod agents, etc,
in all the counties from Cherokee to
Currituck. On the whole the vol
ume reminds us of what Mark
Twain said of the dictionary,
"Powerful interesting reading, but
a trifle disconnected as to plot,"
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Pipes, etc. Call and let us serve you.
Our fountain drinks have no equal.
Our services can be had at any hour
day or night.
J. D. Markham Drug Co
West Chapel Hill, N. C.
Hold your orders for
of LOUISVILLE, KY.,
The Largest Tailoring Concern in the South.
W. J- HUNTER.
Feed and Ltbety Stables,
Located Next to "Post Office.
Good driving horses, new vehicles, ready for
the boys at any hour, night or day.
$8.00 per month.
We art glad to nee the da team
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nak with mj much naj and ginger.
Tlu Mf das learn are direct feeder
Interesting Items Culled From
the Personal Columns of
. Imitating Bob Herring.
Mr. Edwin Wiley has raised a
home and built a beard. Vander-biltHustler.
Thought it Looked Like Him.
A Freshman wanted to know if
the bronze bust of Homer in the
Library was one of Booker T.
Washington. Red and Black, Ga.
One of our co-eds is so tender
hearted that she thinks it is cruel
to shoot a poor little gun Crimson
All Around Man!
Abell D. Hardin, soldier, doctor,
windjammer, and flirt, has entered
school and the "Bugology" class.
Manager Monk has acquired the
derby habit, stopped telling ques
tionable jokes in public, and joined
the Theological Department. Van
Hard to Answer.
Prof. Hamilton (in sociology),
"Miss Vernon Hill, what is love?"
Miss Hill (startled), "I don't
know, sir." The Lariat, VVaco,
If you smell anything rotten on
the campus or on tin street, don't
get excited; it i simply the medi
cal htudentK. carrying old hour
around, Athenaeum, V, Vii.
J. T. McCracken. D.D.S.,
. Durham, N. C. .
OFFICE IN WRIGHT BUILDING.
City Livery Stable
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Boys always stop with Fowler when in Dor
ham. There you get the best service.
J. T. FOWLER, Propr.
T. A. WALKER
The Merritt-Johnson Co.
CLOTHIERS AND . .
of Greensboro, INI. C
will be on the Hill next week.
Wait for "Tom" and get the
best for the money.
FATTY GILES, Agt.
J. W. TRATHER,
ZMT. (AIRY, N C,
Clothing and Gents' Furnishings
bee our Hue bcuore buying, it will pay you.
FISHER & GRAVES, Agts.
Dr. Geo. A. Carr, Dentist,
can be found in his office in DUR
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Clothing, Hats, and Furnishings.
ATTUBURY CLOTHING ,
Stetson and Dunlap Hats.
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CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY.
Photographic goods of all kinds. Developing-
and printing done for Amateurs.
OPTICAL GOODS, ETC.
Eyes examined and fitted with glasses.
Repairing done in all its complications.
All work warranted.'
W. B. SORRELL, Chapel Hill, N. C.
NEW BARKER SHOP
at LONG BUILDING
on edge of Campus.
Special rates by the month. Neat, new out
fit with up-to-date work of all kinds offered.
Call and see us. PHIPPS & LLOYD.
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Tablets, Note Books, Box Papers and
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