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Our stock of Haberdashery is always com r
plete and new. Our line of Sincerity clothes
for the young men has proven that no other
is better. If you're going to have a suit tailor-made
Ed V. Price's line has no equal.
Tailors, Furnishers and Hatters
104 W. Main Street DURHAM, N.C, Telephone 590
W. Jl. Slater Bo.
Fellows, that's the place where you can get all those nobby lit
tle "things-a-ma-do's" in dress attire, and believe me, son, they
have the jam-up stuff in college men's clothing and furnishings.
They're such a cordial bunch, too always seem so darned glad
to see you. Oh, sure; they're right on Main street in Durham.:
WE strive at all times to portray the character of your
business whenever an order for printing is placed with us.
We are always glad to furnish ideas and estimates to out-of-town
customers, and mail orders receive prompt attention.
THE SEEM AN PRINTERY, Inc.
DURHAM, N. C.
W. M. Newton & Company
De Luxe Clothes
HATTERS AND FURNISHERS
KToo Young for Old Ideas"
212 W. Main St. Durham, N. G.
Hey, Fellows, Look Who is Coming! Charlie Chaplin
and Mary Pickford
The Pickwick schedule will include Goldwyn,
Paramount, Artcraft, Metro, Fox, and Seledt
pictures, and extra features from time to time.
Agents for M. Moses & Sons, Tailors
White Arrow Shirts with
STOP RIGHT HERE AND GET A MILITARY HAIRCUT
A. W. HARTON'S
The Sanitary Shop Next to Main Street Pharmacy
Durham, N. C.
MAIN STREET PHARMACY
TELEPHONE 541 THE REXALL STORE
DURHAM, N. C.
Students dflsirini? to work an hour or
re a day can make wages of more
fan $1.00 an hour selling America's
far for Humanity, and Life of Roose-
oeuu at once xor iree uumt, r .
Dickerson Co.. Detroit, Mich., enclos-
f? 20c in nt-nmna fnr mnilinor nntfits
Dr. W. W. Piflrsnn snnnt the first of
13 week out of town on a lecture tour.
Along about this time of year one
can hardly tell whether the winter is
going or coming.
Lot the office seek the man, may bo
good enough in theory, but when it's a
fat job nobody wants to see it get winded.
Dr. E. C. Branson has returned from
a trip to Georgia.
the unimsitit oiiiEcroRr
Harry Woodhouse Chase, Chairman
Charles Thomas Woolen, Business
Julius Algernon Warren, Treasurer
Thomas James Wilson, Jr., Regis
trar. J. J. Rhine, Recorder.
Colleges and Schools
Harry Woodburn Chase, Acting
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
Andrew Henry Patterson, Dean of
College of Applied Science.
Charles Lee Raper, Dean of Gradu
ate School. -
Lucius Polk McGehee, Dean of Law
Isaac Hall Manning, M. D., Dean
of Medical School.
Edward Vernon Howell, A. B., Ph.
D., Dean of Pharmacy School.
Marcus Cicero Stevens Noble, Dean
of School of Education.
Louis Round Wilson, Ph. D., Li
brarian. The Gymnasium '
Robert Baker Lawson, M. D., Di
rector. Student Council
Senior, L. H. Hodges President. '
Junior, E. E. White, Secretary.
Sophomore, E. E. Rives.
Medical, D. A. Cobb.
Pharmacy, E. S. White.
Law, J. V. Baggett.
Representative at large, Frank
Representative elected by the Coun
cil, V. S. Bryant, Jr. .
President, J. W. G. Powell.
Secretary, L. H. Bryant.
Cheer Leader, E. E. Rives.
Captain, J. W. G. Powell.
Manager, "S. H. Hodges.
Assistant Manager, E. E. White.
Assistant Manager, L. H. Bryant.
Coach, W. M. Lourcey.
Captain, W. R. Cuthbertson.
Manager, Jeff Bynum.
Assistant Managers, C. P. Spruill,
W. A. Royall.
Captain, Edward Wood.
Manager, W. R. Cuthbertson.
Assistant Managers, H. C. Bristol,
Chairman, C. S. Mangum.
T. J. Campbell, Director of Ath
letics. Chas. T. Woollen, Graduate Man
ager. STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
Editor-in-Chief, T. O. Rondthaler.
Assistant Editors. T. C. Wolfe, J.
H. Kerr, H. S. Everett, F. G. Miles,
W. H. Andrews. -
Business Manager, Harold William
son. The Tar Heel
Editor-in-Chief, Forrest G. Miles.
Assistants, J. S. Terry, H. S. Ev
erett. Managing Editor, T. C. Wolfe.
Associate Editors, E. S. Lindsey, J.
H. Kerr, Jr., A. L. Purrington, W. H.
Andrews, H. G. West, C. R. Sumner
T. C. Leanard, W. C. Eaton, W. H.
Hooker, L. C. Blythe, W. R. Berryhill,,
W. H. Bobbitt, C. D. Beers, J. W.
Foster, Miss Elizabeth Lay.
Business Manager, J. S. Massen
burg. Yackety Yack
Editor-in-Chief, W. E. Price.
Business Managers, C. M. Hazle
hurst, J. W. G. Powell.
Y. M. C. A.
President, T. 0. Rondthaler.
Vice-President, L. H. Hodges.
Sec.-Treas., Jeff Bynum.
General Sec, Robert Wunsch.
Old Lady Gossip goes snooping around
Trying to know au tne scanaai in town,
She pricks up her ears
At the news she hears :
You can never tell what she's found.
Old Lady Gossip is sneaky as sin.
Nothing escapes her without or within,
She writes it all down
With a erin or a frown
In a note book as neat as a pin.
We laugh at Miss Gossip for sitting
We scorn her for stirring up rumors
We have to confess
We devour every word that she writes.
Long tight skirt,
You'll get hurt I
Street car step
Long tight skirt,
Hits the idrt!
Some of us will suffer from shell
shock if the bombardment of the League
of Nations, in the Chapel Hill Peace
Conference, continues with no abate
ment of the present noise.
W. G. Hall, of Portsmouth, Va., vis
ited his son, G. C. Hall, last Saturday.
Dr. W. 8. Bernard lectured in Win-
ston-Salem last Saturday.
Trust flattering life no more; redeem
And live each day as if it were thy last.
WHEN YOU ARE IN GREENSBORO EAT AT
At the FuMnger Station 342-344 South Elm Street
J. R. DONNELL, Manager and Proprietor
HOME OF GOOD COOKING IN GREENSBORO
Suitsifor young collegians--swell in every partic
ular. We are now showing some
advanced spring styles.
DURHAM. N. C.
. Kluttz Company
See Our Line of Embossed U. N. Cm Rings
New Line Has Just Arrived
WASHBURN & TOPPING
have their display rooms at No. 8 Vance. They represent Hopkins and Schloss Bros.,
fashionable and moderate priced tailors of Baltimore. They
solicit your trade for spring suitings
' SEE .
Chapel Hill Hardware Co.
Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors
Electric Bulbs, Plugs, Sockets, Shades
Extension Cords, etcm
WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE
YOU FOLKS from CHAPEL HILL
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUART RS
. WH N YOU ARE IN DURHAM
THE ROYALL & BORDEN CO.
D. T. SASSER, MANAGER
IF you want the best pipe
that can be made, you
can get it in a W D C up
to $6. If you want the best
genuine French Briar that
as little as 75 cents will buy,
you can get it in a W D C.
American made, in all sizes
and styles, and sold at the
f f 1
No man ever had a better
pipe than this one. Care
fully selected genuine
French Briar, a sterling
ring and vulcanite bit,
band fitted and finished
by an expert
WM. DEMUTH & CO., New York
World" Largest Pipe Manufacturer
On Thursday night some twenty-five
members of the Buncombe County Club
forgot for the time being the many
troubles of the cruel world, and assemb
led at the Y. M. C. A. to engage in
the innocent pastime of completely an
nihilating a large group of cakes, can
dies, and fruit. As this was the first
get together meeting of the college year,
Holmes Sawyer outlined the work of the
club for the benefit of the new men,
while Thomas Wolfe spoke of the many
advantages which might be taken of the
various college activities. Theodore
Eondthaler spoke briefly of the Graham
memorial and of college activities since
the death of Dr. Graham. In addition
to assisting the memorial campaign, the
club expects to direct its energies next
summer toward urging new men to come
Dr. D. D. Carroll lectured in Salisbury
and Greensboro last Sunday and Saturday.
ISSUED BY TUB