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TII'E TAR HEEL
II. II. Hargrett spent several
days in Raleigh last week.
R. E. Little, '15, recently spent
a few days at his home in Wades
The Junior banquet will take
place at, University Inn on Fri
day, February 23rd.
Yancey Milburn, W. T. Eag
: l;in ', and R, M. Ray, went to
Kaleiyh on the 16th.
Miss Elizabeth Bain entertained
a few friends informally at a
.Valentine party on the 14th.
A M Atkinson, captain of the
tr;t'cl t. :in, is in the infirmary,
tiireiitered with typhoid fever.
Alex Worth, Jim Manning, and
'Willie Parsley spent Sun-lay, the
11th, on the Hill with friends.
L. 1. McLendon, who recently
passed the St;ite Board, has been
back on the Hill for a few days.
JO. Credit' of Swan Quarter
was the guest of his brother, W.
F. Credle, a few days last week.
N. E West, who is teaching at
Hillsboro, spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends on the Hill.
Murvin Taylor, of Wit. who is
attending Kings Business Col-
lege, spent bunday with A. L,.
On account of a slig-ht indispo
sition Prof. Collier Cobb has been
unable to meet his classes for a
Ex-Governor Charles B. Aycock
will deliver an address on Robert
ly i-ee in uerraru nan i uursuay
night, the 22, at 8:00 p. m
At a recent meeting- of the
German Club John Whitaker was
elected leader for the German to
be given at Easter. Walter Stokes
ami J W. Haues were elected as-
mm t-m -i t i ri i "ii A
1 he Philolog-ical Club will meet
i . it i-t 4. i -a
to-niglit in the library at 7.30 p.
m, r n " -ii
m. The followin papers will
, , .a- tvt i
be read. "A Note on the Date
ti 1 r i i.T i 4.
of Mucketh, Dr.Royster "Daudet
, Tv , Ar
and Dickens , Mr. Ware.
Of the fifty-one candidates who
stood the examination for law
licenses, W. C. Coughenour, Jr.,
who studied law here, stood the
highest. Not a man who had a
certificate from the University
W. T. Shore and F. M. Valz,
both of whom passed the Stale
Board, have been sworn in as
lawyers by the clerk of the court
of Mecklenburg County, The
former will practice in Charlotte,
and the latter in Gastonia. V. P. I. clearly outplayed the
Docter Archibald Henderson Varsity quint on this half,
returned on Monday from the Uni- Both F. and W. Legge plaved
versity of Virginia, where helec- a great game for the visitors,
tured on last Friday night before Hughes also played well though
Civic Club on "The Contributions not so-good at center as Carring
of George Bernard Shaw to Mod- ton. Tillett did the best work
ern Socialism," and on Saturday for Carolina. His blocking and
he addressed the Book Club of the guarding as well as his goal
University. He was accompanied throwing were splendid exhibi
by Mrs Henderson, to whom Mrs. tioas of the art. Carriugton
C Alphonso Smith tended a re-
ception on Saturday'
Mr,. Frank Wrenn, of Siler City,
known to his friends as "Rummy"
Wrenn, has just been awarded a
hospital appointment in Pennsyl-
ania. Mr Wrer.n made a baseball
reputation as a catcher on the
T:;i A. i i tf
ured in proffesional ball with field goals.
the Raleigh team, afterwards at Tillett 4, Carrington 4, Cham
Chapel Hill, where he studied bers 1. Irwin 1, McKnignt 1,
medicine, managing a winning Legge W. 5, Legge F. 5, Hughes
team for the State University. 3, Fitz Gerald 1, Menefee 1.
This spring he is to graduate Officials: C a r t m e 1 1, N. C.
from the Jefferson Medical College Referee. Barker, N. C, 'Steele,
in Philadelphia. News ami Ob- V. l I., Timekeepers.
saver. Time of halves 20 minutes,
V. P L DEFEATS CAROLINA
A Very Exciting Game, Fiercely but Cleanly
Contested From Beginning to i
In the best played and hardest
fougfht eratne of basketball
on the floor of the Bynum Gyrn-!
nasium this year Carolina met
telYal at the hands of the Vir
ginia Polytechnic Institute last
Thursday niyht by the score of
37 to 28 The yam,- was fiercely
but eh auly contested fiom start
lo finish Both teams put all
i hey had into the struggle-. There
w. re moments like that when
iilt tt m.ide iiis splendid Held
in the first half -which
brought, .tremendous cheers from
the sralleries. And then there
were moments when one or the
ot ur of V. P. IV inevitable
L e g g- e s would figure in a
spectacular play which brought
cheers miugled with groans from
the same galleries; or moments
when on an attempted field goal,
the ball would hover on the rim
of the basket only to fall back in
to the mass of struggling- players,
which broug-ht naught butgroans.
Thegame was a thriller fromstart
The two teams seemed about
evenly matched. Both of them
played hard, fast, clean ball. V
P. I. proved to have the greater
sticking- power, however, for the
visiting quint came back strong-
in the second half, overcame
lead, and had thing's pretty much
its own way in the last quarter.
The game started with a rush.
V. P. I. scored immediately on a
free toss from a fouL A second
later Tillett slipped a field goal
in for two points. V. P. I. had
her turn next with afield.g-oal by
Legge, W. "Lengthy" Carring-
ton, after one failure, scored on a
foul thus equalizing- matters.
Thus the game progressed during
the first half; each side was
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guarding- its own goal, blocking
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the opponents well, and taking-
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desperate chances for field goals,
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Through the good work of Til-
lett and Carrmg-ton, Carolina
gained a lead which despite the
fine piaving- of V. P. L, she was
abl.tohold throughout the first
haf and part of the second At
the ciose 0f tjje first period the
score st00(i Carolina 21," V. P. I.
The Virginians came back
strong-in the last half. Carolina,
on the other hand, towards the
end seemed to lose her grip,
Tillett was taken from the game,
and from that time on the Varsity
seemed unable to find the basket.
played great bail at center, irwin
and Chambers blocked and guar
V. P. I;
Tillett, Long, Stein L. F.
McKnight, Smith R'. F.
"Go in swimming? 'Well I
guess not. " I'd like to see myself
in that tank."
"Then you'll have to wait till
Monday when they change the
"Do you believe in eating- clubs
on the campus?"
"No; nor in chewing- tooth
Take a DRINK Between Trains at
0. F. Craig's Soda Fountain
At University Station,
nnnyonn oanthes fr.tttts
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA
Excellent Facilities for teaching
Medicine, Dentistry and
For Catalogue address
OmitsTOPHBn Tompkins M. D., Dean,
Richmond, Virginia ;
Head of the State Svsrem of
The University stands for thor
oughness and all that is best in edu
cation and the moulding of charac
ter. It is epuipped with 24 ( build
ings, new water works, -central
heating, electric lights. Eleven
Scientific Laboratories, equipped for
good work. The Faculty numbers
80. Students. 800. Library of
60,000 volumes. One librarian and
four assistants . Fine Literary Socie
ties. There is an active Y. M. C.
A., conducted by the students.
Scholarships and loans for the
needy and deserving. . ;
For information, address
F. P. VENABLE,
Chapel Hill, N.- C.
Are Invited to Make the Store ol
Whiting & Morion
Raleigh, N. C.
What Time Is It?
Time to have your watch repaired .
Repair work of all kinds quickly
done by Skilled Workmen. Hand
it to me.
Steve Pember, College Representative.
- - NORTH CAROLINA.
If You Want to Feel Good
as Well as Look Good,
MOSER'S BARBER SHOP
All styles of Hair Cuts on hand at all
times. Opposite campus. .
COTTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, NEW YORK,
Makers of the Caps, Gowns and Hoods
to the University of North Carolina, University of the
South, Harvaid, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, and th
othew. Clas Contracts a Specialty. Reliable Ma
teriala. Reasonable prices. v Bulletins and Samples on
Pritchard, Bright Company
and Furnishers :-: :-:
15c. i for 85c. Cluett, Peabody & Co., Makers
University Supply Co,
A thletic Supplies for High Schools
A. G. SPALDINO BROS..
are the largest
the world of
FOR ALL ATH
If YOU are inter
ested in A thletic Sport
world as a
you should have
copy of the Spalding
Catalog. . It's a com
plete encyclopedia of
What 's New in Sport
and is sent free on re
A. G. Spalding & Bros.,
208 E. Baltimore S., Baltimore, Md
Does the best pressing
and the cleanest cleaning
done on the Hill. Give
him a trial.
Opposite University Inn.
Meet Your Friends
When in Durham.
MR. E. S. MERR1TT
Is with them. Opposite Postofh'ce.
THE STAR CAFE,
The Cleanest and Most Up-to-Date
Dining; Room in Town.
Quick and Polite Service. University
men ere invited to give as a call.
Pleasant room to rent also.-
The Main St. Pharmacy Co,
Send them your card and name; they
do the rest.
201 E. Main St., - - DURHAM, N. C.
(incorporated) V A
BUSINESS. When you think of going to
u(hool, rite for a new Catalogue and specia
offera of the lead hip Business and Shorthan
Schools AddreK8 Kliig'M BnitineHft Co
lege, Raleigh, N. or Charlotte, 18. C
We also teach bookkeeping, Shorthand, Pen
manship, etc., by wail.
Shoes Need Mending
Opposite University Inn
Dr. Wm. Lynch,
New office over Cates' Jewelry Store,
CHAPEL HILLJN. O.
L. G. UTLEY
Next Door to Post Office
A nice line of Men's Furnishings, Cigars,
Confectioneries, and Stationary. Give
us a part of your trade.
Merrit & Sparrow's
The Most Up-to-Date,
The Most Convenient
Livery Stable in town.
Rear of Post Office.
E. P. CATE,
Fine Repairing a Specialty.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
CUT GLASS AND
CHAPEL HILL, - - - . . N. C.
New quarters below Pickard's
Hotel. Bought out entire
stock of W.W. Pickard.
Let the College Caterer,
Prepare that banquet. He
$10.00 PER MONTH.
Fruits and Confectioneries.
Gent's Furnishings a Specialty
Clothing and Shoes i , ,
Next Door to Postoffice.
W. . S0RRELL
CHAPEL HILL, . . . - N. q