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Mr. Jack Oates has returned to col
lege. The game with South Carolina Sat
urday will be called at 3 o'clock.
The Junior banquet will be held to
morrow night at the University Inn.
Prof. Collier Cobb will entertain the
Albermarle-Paliraco boys at his home
B.L. Banks, Jr., and J.L. Morehead
conducted a continuous report of the
V. P. I. game.
The present Bible study enrollment of
the Y. M. C. A. is 300, and the mission
study enrollment is 98.
J. N. Joyner returned Tuesday from
Raleigh where he stopped over on his
return from Richmond.
Mr. B. II- Kirkpatrick, Law, 97,
a well known lawyer of Haywood
County, died last week at the home of
The men interested in track athlet
ics met Tuesday night with Captain
Shaw and Manager Eames to make
definite arrangements for track
The sophomore class met Saturday
afternoon out of respect to Mr. John
Cooper, who died last week. A com
mittee was appointed to draw up reso
lutions. Alamance County Club was organ
ized Friday night. Mr. J. H, Allen
was elected president; Mr. J. C. Wil
kins, vice-president; Mr. I. C. Moser,
secretary; and Mr. J. W. Lasley, Jr.,
corresponding s ecretary.
The Directory of Faculty and Stu
dents has been distributed among the
students. The book, though it con
tains a few mistakes, is a very credita
ble one. J. T. Johnston and II . K.
Clonts were in charge of its publica
tion. At a meeting of the Flisha Mitchell
Scientific Society held in the Chemist
try Hall at 7: 15 P. M., Tuesday, Dr.
Herty gave a lecture on his new
method for determining the percen
tage of oil in cotton seed products and
Prof. Collier Cobb, assisted by lantern
slide gave an instructive lecture on
his recent visit to Europe.
Make arrangements at once for
the Rich mod trip!
The Soph-Fresh game will be
played Friday. afternoon.
The Junior banquet will be held
Friday nig-ht in the University Inn
at 9 o'clock.
The Phi Society Freshman con
test in debating will be held on the
afternoon of November the twenty
first. The Senior class will meet this
afternoon to reconsider the action
previously taken in regard to the
The Senior banquet tickets will
be on sale until November 28th.
The tickets can be secured from
Winslow, Costner, or Oliver.
Messrs. Schimpf and Kelly are
teaching dancing. Lessons are given
in the orchestra room of the Alum
ni building three nights out of every
The Yackety Yack Board met in
the Y. M. C A. Building at 6:45
Monday night to consider bids
and to make apportionments of the
The Medical Society met Satur
The Philological Club will meet
Tuesday night at 7:30 in No. 16
Alumni. The following papers are
to be presented: "Spencer's Hrech
aism and Cicero," by Dr. J. F. Rov
ster; and "Kuossos, The Remains
of a.Minoan Palace," by Prof. W. S.
Dr. C Alphonso Smith made the
address before the Y- M. C. . A.
Tuesday night. He spoke on
"'Stumbling Blocks and Stepping
Stones." Dr. Smith spoke with
great power and held the closest
attention of the two hundred stu
Le Cercle de Conversation Frau
caise held its weekly meeting in
the Y. M. C. A. Building at 8:15
P. M. Wednesday. There were a
number of short speeches in French
on '"The Relative Merits of the
Cow and the Horse." The discus
sion proved most interesting.
The query debated in the Phi
Society Saturday night was: "Re
solved, That a national eight hour
law should be adopted." The nega
tive Won and Mr. J. H. Boushall
was the best speaker. A committee
was appointed to draw up resolu
tions of respect to Mr. J. H. Coop-
er. rror. uoiiier iodd made oerore
the Society a very interesting talk
on Col. R. B. Creecy.
Several books left at the Y. M.
C. A. book exchange have not been
called roiv 1 lie owners or tnese
should call at once or the books will
be disposed of.
In the Di Society the query was:
"Resolved. That the. National
government should guarantee bank
deposits." The committee reported
that the affirmative won. Mr. J. R.
Sloan made the best speech and Mr.
h. A. Swicejrood received honorable
The contract for the University
Calendar has been given to the Ray
Printing Co. of Charlotte. The Ca
lendar will be out the first week in
Mr. John M. Kecves has been con
fined to the Infirmary with the tonsi
litis. Mr. H. S. Kirkpatrick was called
home Friday on account of the death
of his brother.
Messrs. J. D. and J. h. Eason spent
a few days last week at their home in
The admission to the Carolina-Davidson
tennis match will be 25 cents.
Mr. George Thomas has beeen initi
ated into the Order of Golden Fleece.
Put a drag in the drag box!
The Modern Literature Club held
its regular monthly meeting Thursday
night in No. 16 Alumni. Dr. Archi
bald Henderson read a very entertain
ing paper on "George Meredith," and
Mr. C. D. Wardlaw gave an interest
ing comparison of "Hamlet and Her
nani." Dr. Bruner presided and Mr.
L. W. Parker acted as secretary.
University of Pennsylvania
DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE
Undergraduate Department. The One Hundred and Forty -second Session will begin September
; 27, 1908. The course, which covers a period of four years, of eight and one-half
' months each, is eminently practical, and properly graded, beginning with laboratory
introduction in ihe fundamental subjects, and concluding with a comprehensive system
; of clinical instruction, terminating in the Fourth Year with the assignment of students
; as clinical clerks in the Hospital.
A large proportion (at least 80 per cent.) of the graduating classes secure positions
as Resident Physicians in Hospitals. r .
Summer School for Graduates- The clinics and laboratories of this Department are ojen
throughout the year for ihe beneiit of those who wish to engage in graduate work.
For those whose time is more limited, a comprehensive course is eriven, beginning this
year, May 13, and continuing for a period of six weeks. This course is designed to meet
the needs of the practitioner.
For further information, apply to the
Deanof the Medial Department, Unfbersiiy of Pennsylvania., Philadelphia.
HOW A WOMAN IN N. G. STARTED IN
BUSINESS WITH ONLY ONE DOLLAR
She is now independent and cares not how bad times
are. Can be done by others
A woman in North Carolina started in husiness with only one dollar and now lias an
income of of more'than 200 dollars a week.
One day she saw an advertisements in a monthly story paper of "WICKE'S SWISS
HERB TEA" stating that it wts the BEST REMEDY ON THE MARKET for all Kidney,
Liver, and Stomach Troubles and while she had been troubled with all these complaints for
more than"7 years, she wrote to the Manufacturer for a 25 cent package, which she asod carefully
according to the directions. After one weeks use she found that all her complaints had left
her and she told the people, who had known her as a very sick lady, what she had used. All
who saw the wonderful change in her condition, asked her to get them a package, and she
sent one dollar to the manufacturer of the tea and asked him to send her as many packages
as he could afford for the one dollar.
She got 8 packages which she sold at 25 cents each, which gave her a profit of one dollar
on her investment, and 25 sample packages, which she distributed to other people and asked
them to try this wonderful Herb Tea.
A week later she went to all these people again and asked them if they had tried the Tea
and what they thought sf it, and to her surprise she got an order for a package from every one
of these, they all said "the Tea is wonderful." She at once sent for 100 packagese and kept on
distribting samples and sold them all in a weeks time. Then she sent for 500 packages and now
she had 59 other ladies and men working for her, selling "Wicke's Swiss Herb Tea" from
house to house, and North Carolina has never been in so healthy condition as she is now; the
call for a Doctor is only in rare cases or accident. A Druggist offered her the other day
$10,000 dollars for her Agency, but she declined his offer.
Any one, who has a little push and energy can do as well as she and while there are a few
Agencies still open, we advise all who want to build up an independent business, to write to
II. FELDSTEIN, 1375 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., and send him a Monev Order for one
or more dollars to secure the Agencv of their town. Write todav and build up a business and
The Holl a d ay Stttdi o
SUCCESSORS TO "COLE AND HOLLADAY"
Gallery will be open every Wednesday of each week,
beginning Wednesday, October 28th. HIGHGRADE
WORK ONLY. Prices reasonable. A fine set of
views of the campus and buildings on sale at all times
GALLERIES Kl BOTH DURHAM AND 6HAPEL HILL
Pickard's Livery Stable
Near the Episcopal Church
Rubber-Tire Carriages and Buggies,
Stylish Horses, and Polite Drivers.
For Quick Service
Call 'Phone 6 or 67
W. W. Pickard, Owner and Mgr.
Davidson and Carolina,dissatisfied
alike with the no-score football
game at Wilmington, have decided
to submit the question of their ath
letic superiority to the arbitrament
r . i . . i o 1
or tne racquet. oome aays apo
day night at eight o'clock in the, Carolina threw down the gauntlet
J o I j r i j 1. -i. .. .!n.
Medical Building Dr. W. D. Mac- wv7" LUUK ,L UV sPir'
XT. , , ,3 tr 'This afternoon at 3:30, the
iNiaer maae an auaress on xue i-;choseil champions of the White and
feet of Alcohol on the
Hlue and the Red and Black will
meet on the Gresham court.
Commands you to be prepared
for all contingencies. Croup
comes like a thief in the night
Gowan's Preparation, exter
nal, cures and prevents Croup,
Coughs, Colds , Pneumonia.
Keep a bottle in the home. 25c;
50c; $1.00. All druggists. Be
prepared to meet emergiencies
Boys if you want an up-to-date suit
of clothes from
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Basket Ball Uniforms
Ice Skates 'l
Spalding's handsomely illustrated cata
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