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Picture Frames All Kinds at FOISTER'S
Three Classes Plan to Have
The PJ14 commencement of the
University of North Carolina has
been arranged with respect to the
securing of the chief speakers for
the occasion. Hon. W. C. .Red
field, "'United Stales Secretary of
Commerce, will make the chief
address on Wednesday, June 3.
The baccalaureate sermon will be
delivered on Sunday, May 31, the
opening day of commencement, by
Dr. KdgarP. Hill, a noted Chicago
divine. The Y. M. C A. sermon
will be delivered Sunday night by
Dr. O. E. l.rown, a teacher in
Vauderbilt University Theologi
Judge Van Wyck of New York
City will make the alumni speech
on Tuesday. June 2. Judge Van
Wyck graduated from tlic Uni
vrrsitv of North Carolina with
the class of 1SS4. Other than
being a well-known lawyer .of
Broadway, he has long been in
terested in New York State poli
tics. He was 'once a candidate
for Governor of New York, making-
the race against Theodore
In addition to these features on
the program, many classes are
making preparations for reunions
at the coming commencement.
Threeelassrs l04, VW)nm 1M3
are exerting special efforts to
have every 'member of their class
return on this home coining
First Good Roads Convention Held.
Continued from iht pa'.
hind the riovement of its future
success. Lively interest in the
road problem is increasing and
on the Good Roads Institute we
can henceforth depend as a clearing-house
of all problems and
ideas whicn may arise in this
great movement now on a boom
in North Carolina.
Officers to Be Elected.
When Dr. Greenl aw had con
cluded his talk on Tuesday
night, J. Li. Gentry read the i j?(
names of the men nominated by
the committee for the ensiiiiio
year. They are: for president,
T. C. Bousholl and W. P. Ful
ler; for secretary, F. O, Clarkson
and R. E. Parker; for treasurer,
R. B. House, These men will
be voted on next Tuesday night.
It is the desire of the officials
that there be a larye attcdance
on this night.
The Freshmen Have The Stuff.
, A Freshman asked Monday,
"Who is that man Lumni? He
is going to give us 100 if we
raise $50." At the freshmen
class meeting Monday they de
cided on an assessment to raise
the desired $5(. Having raised
t h is amou n t they shall recei v e
$50 also from the Athletic Asso
ciation; and this sum, $200, will
be used in defraying expenses of
playing high school baseball
teames this spring.
Assuming that the sophomores
come across with their share
there Ought to be some baseball
this spring. There are rumors
of a heavy interclass schedules
On Tuesday the Elisha Mit
chell Scientific Society, met, for
the 210th time.. The meeting
was held in Chemistry Hall.
There were three papers, the
first being delivered by Dr. C. S.
Mangum under the itle of "The
Study of Morphology by the Re
construction Method." Mr. Jeff
ries then discussed the "Relation
of color to Structure in Organic
Compounds. Dr. A. S. Wheeler
closed the regular program with
Rhodes Scholar Honored.
Announcement comes from
England that Kdgar W. Turling
ton, Rhodes scholar from North
Carolina, .ind a member of the
class of PUOof the State, Univer
sity, is one of the Oxford scholars
to be awarded a "first-class" in
the Honor Schools. Mr. Tur
lington is one of the six scholars
admitted to read for advanced
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The Magazine wishes to an
nounce that hereafter no contri
butions will be considered unless
accompanied by the authors
name. If the author does not
wish to have his name used, the
Editors will, of course, respect
that wish. This rule is made
simply as a matter of convenience
for the Kditors.
Dr. Hell showed the Journal
Club about all there is known at
the present time about Colloidal
Chemistry Monday night. Be
sides a very interesting lecture on
the subject, he had many very in
teresting and . beautiful ''experi
ments, which he performed by the
aid of Mr. Flume.
The University is making- pre
parations to plant hedsres so as
to screen the Power house and
the piles of wood, wreckage and
trash heaped behind the Memor
ial Hall. One hedge runs from
the south side ot Memorial to
the old stiff house, the other
from the west side to Commons.
The class track meet has been
postponed from Saturday March
28 to Monday 30 on account of a
baseball game on Saturday.
Everybody is urged to come out
and make tilings lively. Look
in the next issue of the Tar Heel
for the big list of prizes.
Kenneth Kirby, of Union, N.
C. was taken into Alpha Tau
Omega last week.
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W. H. BUTLER. Proprietor.
All Kinds Fine Shoe Repairing - Ruhher Heels and Soles a Specialty
E. F. UZZLE, College Representative.
Students Pressing Club
OVKlt KMJTTZ'8 BOOK STOliK
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Have just received a full, line of
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Our clothes go a long way toward getting a
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