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Dr. Bruuer is again able to iru ct
Frank Gatlin spent several days
fen Durham last week.
Professors Williams and Noble
pent Monday in Raleigh.
lr. J. H. Vaughn spent several
Hays last week at home.
Joe Armstrong has gone to Wil-
George Pritchard has gone to
Asheville for a few week's stay.
The football coach for 1905 has
not been selected as was reported.
Baxter Boone spent Saturday
and Sunday at his home in Durham.
Several men from here will at
tend the inauguration of the Presi
dent. Mr. W. D. James is on the Hill
again after having spent two weeks
at home in Laurinburg.
Mr. John A. Parker returned
Tuesday evening from a week's
visit to bis home in Dunn, N. C.
Among the old men who attend
ed the german last week were Al
bert Cox, Will Dunn and H. A.
Cleveland Norton and Cute Tom-
linson, two old boys of Chapel Hill,
attended the german here Friday
Mr. Harvey Holt was on the Hill
for a few days last week. Mr.
Holt is now in business at Uak
Ridge, N. C.
FOR SALE One beautiful
Kuabe Square Piano.' This excel
lent condition. Apply to N. L.
Long & Bro.
W. W. Williams, who has been
confined to liis bed several weeks
with rheumatism, will be able to
get out this week probably.
Work on the' BetaTheta Pi chap
ter house is progressing rapidly j
and the members hope to be com
fortably installed in it within a few
Dr. Smith gave a lecture - before
the Presbyterian conference at
Charlotte Sunday night. His
subject was 4 "Some Phases of Bible
The sun and wind which we are
blessed with spells a good baseball
diamond within a few days while
Captain Cheshire and Coach Law-
son mean a winning nine.
The membership of "The Boys"
is growing every day. A trip
"across the pond" is all the go.
The new members of the club are:
Noble, Wrenn, Apgar, and Lewis.
From the present indications
Chapel Hill will be as old as Rome
before she has an electric line con
necting her with Durham. Several
of the Chapel Hill merchants op
Several fellows went to Durham
Saturday night to see James J.
Jeffries. Jeffries weighs over 200
pounds and regardless of his the
atrical duties he keeps in good
Mr Merritt at Yearby's drug
store offers twelve drinks to any
man who makes a home run in any
of the scheduled games, six drinks
to any one who knocks a three
uagger, and two drinks for every
T. i Hickerson, '05, now teach
er ot mathematics at Bingham
School in Asheville, led the regular
annual german of the Bingham
German Club given at The Manor
Mr. JB. P. Denson left Tuesday
morning for his home in High
Point where he will spend a week
or so before going on to accept the
appointment to West Point which
has recently been awarded him.
Concert by the University Orches
tra and Glee Club..
The concert given by the Univers
ity orchestra and glee club Friday
night was thoroughly enjoyed by a
large audience. This was the first
appearance of the musical associa
tion this year and the expect-itions
of the students and others were
realized. The gallery was well
filled with students and there were
many visiting young ladies down
stairs who were here to attend the
February german. The associa
tion cleared about ninety dollars
from the concert.
The work of both the orchestra
and glee club showed the excellent
work Mr. Woollen had done in
training them. The program was
carried out without a hitch with the
exception that they had not enough
pieces to respond to the numerous
encores. The program was very
pleasantly varied by a reading by
Mr. McKieof "Mr. Dooley on the
College Professor." Mr. H. V.
Worth made the bit of the evening
in his song, "A Series of Catas
trophies," aided by the glee club.
Altogether the concert was good
and the orchestra and glee club will
certainly meet with success on their
proposed trips to several cities in I
the State. The following program
1 . Forty-Seventh Regiment March Orchestra.
U. IS C. ouiig Glee Club.
3. Selection from ' 'Prince of Pilsen ' '-Orchestra .
4. Serenade "Good Night, Beloved, Good
Night" Mr. Woollen and Glee Club.
.5 Song for Cornet, "In Old Madrid" Mr.
Goslen and Orchestra.
1. Spanish Serenade "Paloma" Orchestra.
2. "A Series of Catastrophies" Mr. Worth
and Glee Club.
3. Reading Mr. Dooley on the College Pro
fessor Mr. McKie.
4 ' "The Sweetest Song of All" Gleo Club.
5. "Hail Carolina" Ensemble.
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CHARLOTTE, N. C.
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can make. We have the Swellest Styles out today.
We carry the best there is in . Men's Furnishings.
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Automatic Fire Alarm in Evory Room. Telephone in Bod
Rooms, of which one hundred have Private Baths attached.
European and American Plans.
COBB & FRY, Proprietors.
Greensboro, N. O.
20 for 15 cents.
Ace High Cigarettes.
10 for 5 cents.
THE SURBRUG COMPANY, Richmond, Virginia.
THE CIGARETTE THAT'S DIFFERENT.
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Shoes! Shoes! .Shoes!
Wnlk over to No. 1, M. A. S. Building,
and see all thf Intist styles of the
Old Reliable WALK OVlili SHOES.
The beat Shoo made for $Si.50 to $4.00.
We will treat yovi O. K.
JOHN A. PARKER
Opposite Depot Cafe open all night.
Special attention to all Students.
W. F. CLEGG, . - Proprietor.
GREENSBORO, N. C
Cuisine and Service unexcelled
Private Dining and Banquet
Rooms. Prices always moderate
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J. L. O'QUINN & CO.,
Phones 149. Raleigh, N. C.
For Choice Cut Roses, Carnations, Violets, Chrysan
themums, and all Cut Flowers in season. Widding
and Funeral Decorations at short notice.
Leave orders with our acent,
W. C. RICE.
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Stein Bolch's Clothing.
HA WES $3.00 HATS.
DUNLAP $5.00 SHOES.
NELSONS $3.50 SHOES.
Everything the latest and most up-to-date.
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DURHAM, IS. C.
Is your bed hard? Is your bed aged and
trembling? Is your rocker squeaky and rocker
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than Morpheus e'er slept on. Let us sell you a
couch, a rocker, a bed, anything in our line,
and if it is not fully as represented return and
we will refund the purchase price. You need
no "boot". Grady & Moize (two U. N. O.
boys) are kept "boning" to save you money.
Charlotte, N. Q.
The Leading Hotel.
Roses, Carnations, Violets,
Floral Designs, Bridal Bouquets,
and Flowers for all occasions.
Palms, Ferns, and all kinds of,
I plants. Bulbs for fall planting:
Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus,
H. STEINMETZ, Florist,
Phone 113. RALEIGH. N. C.
Well equipped and
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'Doctor William Lynch,
Office in Kluttz Block, - CH. I PEL HILL .
Everything new and up-to-date at
Piclvcird's Livery, Peed and
(Near the Episcopal Church.)
Rubber Tire Buggies and Carriages.
Satisfaction is guaranteed. Leave
orders at Stable or Pickard's Hotel.
Stable Phono No. ?. Hotel Phono No. 6.
W. W. Plckard, Owner and Mgr.
CHAPEL HILL. N. C.
How is Your Time?
If it is not satisfactory,
send your watches to
JONES & FRASIER,
DURHAM, N. C,
and get them repaired.
They are making- a spec
ialty of student trade and
are prepared to give satis
faction; or if you wish
anything- in the jewelry
line, see before buying
! W. C. RICE,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Remember the Charlotte Steam
Laundry. 01dnt, Largest, Best.
JENKINS & McGOWAN, Agents.