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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
BOARD OF EDITORS.
Frank McLean, - - Editor-in-Chief
T. Griew Miller, Asst. Editor-in-Chief.
O.B.Ross. R. R. Reynolds.
W. B. Love, J. J. Parker,
J. M. Robinson.
0. W. Miller,
N. A. ToWNSEND,
Asst. Bus. Manager.
Published every Wednesday by the General
Entered in the Postoffice at Chapel Hill, N.
C, as second-class matter.
Printed by The University Press, Chapel Hill.
Subscription Price. $1.RO per Year
Payable is advance or durlnif first term
Singlk Copirs. 5 Cents
Two weeks ago we , reprinted
from the Gastonia News a clipping1
which grave offense, we are in
formed, to the sister institution to
which it referred. To the athletic
authorities of that institution we
offer the assurance that nothing
like an intention to offend prompted
the copying of the article or the
comment that was made on it. We
assumed no responsibility for the
article and credited it plainly to the
paper to which it belong-ed. As to
our meaning- to bring- a charge of
professionalism by means of it
that interpretation seems to have
been the cause of offence it is
enoug-h to say that Carolina does
not bring- such charges through
then refuse to make a contribution
to the Association or to attend its
concerts, his place is not in the
University of North Carolina.
We wish to congratulate heartily
the Musical Association on the
striking success of their concert
last Frida evening- in respect both
to the excellence of the programme
and the size of the audience. -The
need for music is great in our life;
the college community which has
not its cultivating influence is to be
pitied. Surely we are fortunate
in having an organization which can
fill this want as vell as our Musi
cal Association has shown itself
able to do. Quite au agreeable is
it to know that the members of the
Association are supported by the
student body. Last year and for
part of this year, this support
was not g-iven. We hope the au
dience of Friday night may be
taken as an earnest that the students
have realized their duty that all
the burdens are not to be borne by
The amount of time and work
that members of the Musical Asso
ciation devote to practice is aston
ishing. They g-ive their time and
labor to developing- a side of student
life that is of an importance to be
compared with that represented by
the athletic teams. We go to g-ames
to enjoy them and to aid the Ath
letic Association. The same reason
A most enjoyable - germau was
given by the Junior Order of Gim
ghouls on the evening of the twenty-
third in their Lodge on Rosemary
avenue. The hall was- skilfully
decorated With cedar and 'Spanish
moss. The electric lights were cut
off and the bright lig-ht from (the
large open fire-place on the red and
black of the order and the white
and blue of the University ma e a
beutiiul picture. During the prog
ress of the german light refresh
meats were served.
1 he germau was masterfully
led. by Mr. P. Cheshire am
Miss Copehai t of Avocus. Those
in attendance were as follows: T. P.
Cheshire and Miss Copehart of
Avocu, H. V. Worth with Miss
Belle Nash of Tarboro, D. G.
Fowle with. Miss Lucy Andrews of
Raleigh, E. S. Nash of Wilming
ton wiih Miss Annie Taylor Pitts
boro, E. S. Burwell with Miss
Louise Venable of Chapel Hill, J
E. Barry with Miss May Hume of
Chapel Hill, Paul Schenck with
Miss Smith of Tacoma, Wash.,
J. W. Winborne with Miss Mary
Roberson of Raleigh, R. E. Calder
with Miss Henderson of Salisbury,
H. McR. Jones with Miss Cheshire
of Tarbofo, L. G. Rountree with
Miss Margaret Pruden of Eden ton,
B. H. Perry with Miss Octavia
Hughes of New Bern, B. H. Bridg-
ers with Miss Fowle of Chicago,
H. McMullau with Miss Major of
Hertford, W. S. Bernard with Miss
Millie Archer of Chapel Hill, N. C.
Curtis with Miss Isom of Chicago,
A. H. Bahnson with Miss Haynes
of Winston-Salem, J. R. Moore
with Miss Margraret Merriman of
Greensboro, A. C. Dalton with
Miss Louise Bradshaw of Greens
boro, J, G. Wood, Jr. with Miss
O'Berry of Goldsboro, E. V. How
ell with Miss Thompson of Raleigh,
J. B. Murphy with Miss Bessie
Gore of Wilmington, A. L. Cox
.ith Miss " Annie Gray Nash of
The chaperons were: Mrs. Cramer,-
Mrs. Dalton of Greensboro,
Mrs. M. C. S. Pel ton, Dr. and Mrs.
Raper, Dr. and Mrs. Howe, Dr,
Wheeler, Dr. and Mrs. Pratt, Dr.
and Mrs. Henderson, Prof, and
Mrs. Gore, Miss James.
Stag-s: Foye Roberson, H. M.
Emerson, John Cheshire, V. L.
Gudger, H. S. Lewis, W. J, Bel
lamy, Cameron McRae, W. P. Ja
cocks. Carolina Clothing Co.,
Clothing, Hats and Gents'
Our specialties are Atterbury Clothing-,
Stetson and Dunlap
Lassiter & Wilson, agents.
CHAPEL HILL, N. 0.
, , , i , ,i . 1 Dealer In General MorcliiindlHu. Keep on hand b
ShOUld make US g0 tO the Concerts. I full line of the well known DoukIoh Hhoe and a Kf'iit
I many other popular miiki-H, Carpet mid Hukh, Art
A for the man who will irn to ltcar HquareH, Hlioet and Pillow Cases, ready-made Cloth
S lor Vne radii nuu win lO Iltdr j,, Bl Blnlr'ts and QuIltH, M.-n'H Und.-rwcin-, Tow
. , , , i . t. i , , elx, Window yiuidcM, OvorHliotiH, Curtain UoocIh. Como
the rehearsals night after night and and o we before buying.
"The Holladay Studio"
SUCCESSORS TO "COLE AND HOLLADAY."
Gallery will be open every Wednesday of each week,
beginning-Wednesday, October 19th. HIGH GRADE
WORK ONLY. Prices reasonable. A line set of
view of campus and buildings on sale at all times.
GALLERIES AT BOTH DURHAM AND GHAPEL
I?. S3. McRAE,
FRUITS AND CIGARS.
F" LJ F? TV. I T U R E
Is the place to buy your supplies, and
I The best line of Fountain Pens,
; Tablets, Note Books, Box Papers and
.school Stationery to be found anywhere
From Maker Direct to Consumer.
bWs Peerless Clothing
Equal to Custom-Tailored
at half the cost.
Uncommon Appearance, Correctness
of Fashion and Excellence of Work
manship, are Characteristics of the
Burk Tailored Apparel, and Features
in which it leads all other Ready-to-wear
In Norfolk. Va.. Richmond. Va.. Nashville. Tenn..
Mtmiphis, Tenn.j Dallas, Tex., and Baltimore. Md.. In
wmcti cities the leading stores are tliu Hvvk s:t.' f;.(
best and most fashionable dressers are adopting this
superior clothing not alone in preference to all other
ready to-wear, but also to tno expensive mercimnt
tailor kind, invariably obtaining better all around
satisfaction and saving handsomely in expenditures
It is our purpose to introduce this
superior clothing- to every student at
University, and we will have the most
extensive and handsomest spring- line,
which is now in process of manufac
ture, presented at the University in
due time for the Spring- season, like
wise Haberdashery and Headwear.
Btirk 6c Company,
JAGOeKS & MILLER, Agts.
Steel Die Stamping.
t Fashion's Headquarters
May be found- both the
SINGLE AND DOUBLE-BREASTED
in all the new fabric patterns and
style the custom tailors cannot excel
us in a single point. Besides our prices
are far lower than his about one
half think of that.
fl STUNNING DISPLHY
of Furnishings. The new Autumn
lats, Derbies and Soft Hats from
$2.00 to $5.00.
DURHAM, - NORTH CAROLINA.
YEARBY'S DRUG STORE.
The largest and best stock of drugs in town.
Our drinks are not old and antiquated, but
vew and modern. Ueliko, Wuvita, JPepsi-Uola,
incho. HOT DRINKS, Beef Tea, Tomato
Bouillon, Chocolate and Coffee, etc.
We carry a full line of Paints, Oils, Var
nishes, Dye-Stuffs and Gasoline, Druggists'
Sundries. Toilet Articles, including Combs,
Chamois Skins, Brushes, Perfumes, Toilet
Soaps, Face Powder, Sponges, eto. Lowney's
Tenny's and Huyler's Candy. Choice line of
Cigars. Prescriptions accurately dispeused
day or night.
E 8. MERRITT, Manager.
TO ORDER AT
Hcrndon's Hardware Store,
LAMPS and LAMP GOODS OILS,
ETC. FINE CIGARS and TO
BACCOS, PIPES, LOW
l' NRY'S FRESH CAN
CAKES, CRACKERS, POTTED
MEATS, PICKLES, OLIVES,
FRUITS, NUTS, WAFERS,
TO EAT. TOILET
GOOD FURNITURE, RUGS and
MATTRESSES. FINE HATS
and HAND-MADE SHOES.
and order you a suit and save you
A. A. KLUTTZ
Pickard's Livery, Feed and S'e
Near the Episcopal Clnucn. Splend
id Riding- and Driving-Horses. Polite
Hostlers. Quick Attention.-
GEORGE P1CKARD, Proprietor.
Hausauer, Son &
Specialists in College' Print
Catalogs and Text Books.
253-257 Ellicott Street,
BUFFALO, - - - NEW YORK.
Cotrell & Leonard,
472, 474, 470, 478,
ALBANY, - N. Y.
Makers of Caps and Gowns to the American
Colleges and Universities. Class contracts n
specialty. Illustrated bulletins, samples, etc.
White and Blue
ONE DOLLAR PER MO. IN ADVANCE.
We bIho do altering and repairing nt
small extra cost. Give uh a trial mid be
convinced. .All work 1h guaranteed.
R. i, PINDLE,
Phone 23, Nearly opposite University Phurniiuy