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The Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1943-1946, January 12, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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NEW WAR BOOK IN LIBRARY if 3 1! iJl&v Irfcn I (III :;i mom Hi I BH1!HH Tl I iiimhiii III I f rY.j.liY. il-w YOUR CLOTHES Should be chosen with the same degree of care that you choose your aasociates the kind that have a known reputation for integrity and dependability. In Hart Schaffner & Marx and Society Brand clothes we are able to offer you suits and overcoats that are known as the highest standard of quality through their dependability in fabric, tailoring, and style leadership. Those who want the best will find this to be the logical place to secure it. PRITCHARD, BRIGHT & CO. DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA EAT AT THE ROYAL CAFES Chapel Hill as Well as in Durham Where Sanitation Prevails and Your Patronage is Appreciated SWEATERS SWEATERS Athletic Goods, Tennis Balls and Racquets Gym Supplies in fact, anything you need for your athletic work N. G. GOODING Y. M. C. A. No. 1 ,A n&rews (Easl) Store Compart? 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 ATTENTION PLEASE 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 .and stationers S S f stores, jewelers,, druggists , tr fA. .and stationers V C I 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 Fort Caswell. All but 43 men have registered or are known to be coming back, according to Dr. Wilson. Understanding Ger- Nevv books put out on the shelves this week include many of the popular war books: Personal Narratives Empey. Over the top. Mrs. Ward. Towards the goal. Gerard. My Four Years in Germany. Hay. All in it. McConnell. Flying for France. Kreisler. Four Weeks in the Trenches. Winslow. With the French Flying Corps. Discussions of Its Purpose and Outcome Peace McClure. Obstacles to Peace. War and the Spirit of Youth. Fosdick. Challenge of the Present Crisis. Wilson. Why We Are at War. Cosmos. Basis of a Durable Peace. Holland. Above the Battle. Hagedorn. You Are the Hope of the World. Books Describing Definite Phases Kipling. Sea Warfare. Collins. How to Fly. Plattsburg Manual. Stone. Women War Workers. The German Side ' Francke. The German Spirit. Dickinson. The, European Anarchy. Eastman. many. Liebknecht. Militarism. Books of General Interest President Wilson's Great Speeches. i Maxwell. If I Were Twenty One. Pell. What Did- Jesus Really Teach About War? Bryant. American Pictures and Their Painters. i Richardson. West Point. Lowell. Tendencies in Modern American Poetry. Service. Rhymes of a Red Cross Man. Powys. One Hundred Best Books. Visions and Revisions. Seegar. Poems. MacDonald. North American Ideas. ' La Farge. Great Masters. Caffin. How to Study Archi tecture. Gibbons. Red Rugs of Tarsus. . Biographies Dr. Hamilton's Life of Eobert E. Lee for Boys and Girls. Gosse. Life of Algernon Chas. Swinburne. Anna Howard Shaw. Story of a Pioneer. Memoirs of , Colonel John S. Mosby. Epler. Life of Clara Barton. Sherman. Matthew Arnold : How to Know Him. Dole. Life of Lyof IT. Tolstoi. Thomas. Goethe. 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 INFIRMARY PHYSICIAN (Continued from Page 1) . the soles of his shoes are kept sound, and that the uppers are kept thoroughly soaked in some oil. 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 C. S. PENDERGRAFT Pioneer "Pendy" with his Cadillac, Will carry you there and bring you back; And when it's food or fruit you need. He's got all the stuff for a high-class feed. His prices are reasonable, his politeness rare. When you want "Pendy," '"Pendy" is there. At Our Stand FRUITS OF ALL KINDS For All Occasions NEWS Agency for all State Papers and Leading Periodicals G. S. PENDERGRAFT SWAIN HALL A co-operative boarding place for University men. You can get the benefit of its success. $13.50 per month. Our Automobile Truck Delivers Fresh Bread Each Day to Your Grocer PHONE 560 Star Xakrj DURHAM, N. C. 3lo?all 3? 3&or&ct Turntture DURHAM, N. C. Dealers in High Grade Furniture Furnishings for Students Everything for the Home PRESSING NEATLY DONE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ' 15 Years in Business $1.00 A MONTH For Best and Quickest Service Get "LONG BILL" JONES DR. Wm. LYNCH DENTIST New Office Over Chapel Hill Hwd. Co. CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 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 heretofore. Just the Information We Need Webster's New International -TheMerriam Webster Every day In your tali and reading, on the Btreet car, in the office, shop, and school some new question is sure to come up. You seek quick, accu rate, encyclopedic, up-to-date information. This NEW CREATION will answer all your questions with inaf author ity. 400,000 Words Defined. 2700 Pages. 6000 Illustrations.. Cost i $400,000. The only dictionary with the new divided page. A "Stroke of Genius." Write for spec imen pages, il lustrations, eto. Mention this publication ana reueivu FREE a Bet of pooket mnpB. G.&C. MERRIAM CO., Springfield, mini fBSVfWSSffiJlftm Mass. ATTEND AN ACCREDITED BUSINESS SCHO0I Never before has the demand for bust ness-trained men and women been si great. Bookkeepers, stenogrophers at" office clerks are now needed as never be fore. We are members of the Nation" Association of Accredited Comniercifi Schools.' Special classes for .University students. DURHAM BUSINESS SCHOOL The Peoples Bank E. V. HOWELL............. President R. II. WARD , Vice-Presidenj LUECO LLOYD Vice-Presidenj O B. GRIFFIN Cashicj R. P. ANDREWS Asst. Cashier

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