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Those who want the best will find this to be
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Where Sanitation Prevails and Your Patronage is Appreciated
Athletic Goods, Tennis Balls and Racquets
Gym Supplies in fact, anything you
need for your athletic work
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THE QUALITY STORE
Solicits J;he patronage of facult', students, and citizens on fur
nishings, Ralston and Walkover Shoes, Holeproof, Buster
Brown, and Phcenix Hosiery, Arrow Collars.
Lowest prices and polite attention.
Owen $ "TArmstrong. College Agents
Thousands of men are using today the
same Moore pen that went through
college with them. Better buy a Moore
. For tale at all college book
store, jewelers,, druggists
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T Cj .7 THE MOORE PEN COMPANY
The following Carolina men
that were on the Hill last year
have been at Camp Jackson, have
heen appointed to the third Offi
cers Training Camp: R. V.
Mosely, Dan Bell, J. S. Stell,
Tucker Day, Roy Gwaltney, Dr.
Tovvles and Dr. Keyes.
Allen Gant, buying six cent
cigarettes, "Darned if everything
isn't going up except my grades."
The library has just received
the Boy Scouts' Year Book. (Hap
Patterson and Teeney Hall will
please note the same.)
Earl Johnston, in the artillery
at Camp Sevier, has been promot
ed to the rank of Seargent.
"Rudy" Barnes, captain of last
year's baseball team and star
home run hitter, is encamped at
All but 43 men have registered
or are known to be coming back,
according to Dr. Wilson.
Nevv books put out on the
shelves this week include many of
the popular war books:
Empey. Over the top.
Mrs. Ward. Towards the goal.
Gerard. My Four Years in
Hay. All in it.
McConnell. Flying for France.
Kreisler. Four Weeks in the
Winslow. With the French
Discussions of Its Purpose and
McClure. Obstacles to Peace.
War and the Spirit of Youth.
Fosdick. Challenge of the
Wilson. Why We Are at War.
Cosmos. Basis of a Durable
Holland. Above the Battle.
Hagedorn. You Are the Hope
of the World.
Books Describing Definite
Kipling. Sea Warfare.
Collins. How to Fly.
Stone. Women War Workers.
The German Side
' Francke. The German Spirit.
Dickinson. The, European
Books of General Interest
President Wilson's Great
Maxwell. If I Were Twenty
One. Pell. What Did- Jesus Really
Teach About War?
Bryant. American Pictures and
i Richardson. West Point.
Lowell. Tendencies in Modern
Service. Rhymes of a Red
Powys. One Hundred Best
Books. Visions and Revisions.
MacDonald. North American
La Farge. Great Masters.
Caffin. How to Study Archi
tecture. Gibbons. Red Rugs of Tarsus.
Dr. Hamilton's Life of Eobert
E. Lee for Boys and Girls.
Gosse. Life of Algernon Chas.
Anna Howard Shaw. Story of
Memoirs of , Colonel John S.
Epler. Life of Clara Barton.
Sherman. Matthew Arnold :
How to Know Him.
Dole. Life of Lyof IT. Tolstoi.
Stacpoole. Francois Villon.
Oberholtzer. Jay Cooke, Fi
nancier of the Civil War.
Billy Sunday "They say I rub
the fur the wrong way. I say let
tho cats turn around."
EPIDEMIC WARNING BY
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the soles of his shoes are kept
sound, and that the uppers are
kept thoroughly soaked in some
Another condition which every
year interferes seriously with the
efficiency of the student body is
what is known as "Pink-eye." Dr.
Mangum described this as an in
f action ,' of the membrane which
lines the eye lids and covers the
front of the eye. -He said that it
has been pretty well demonstrat
ed that this can in most cases be
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prevented by washing out the eye
three times a day with boracic
acid eye-wash, and by taking care
not to use the same wash-basin,
towel, handkerchief, or pillow, of
anyone who is already infected.
All men who have heretofore been
subject to Pink-eye, and all those
with any abnormality about their
eyes, Dr. Mangum warns to take
this precaution at once, for the
three cases already in the Infirm
ary are a mere beginning of the
cases usually in college each year
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