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OPPOSITE THE "PICK"
. Dr. Dudley D. Can oil has been in
itiated into the Kappa Chapter of Pi
Mr. Lewis Thorpe, '17 was on the
Hill Saturday for the game.
Mr. Billy Whitaker, of Wilson,
visited the Hill during the game last
Mr. James Thomas was over for
the game with V. M. I. Saturday.
Channing Page spent last Saturday
on the Hill.
Mr. Heath representative of the J.
T. Newman Company, Jewlers, was
on the Hill Friday and Saturday.
The ladies of Chapel Hill are at the
present busy engaged in studying
"Citizenship." Dr. Carroll has charge
of this course.
Miss Estele Lawson, daughter of
Dr R. B. Lawson, of the Department
of Medicine, is the President of the
Chapel Hill High School Athletic Association.
Mr. Allan Mebane, of Graham, at
tended the dance here last Saturday
County Club Reporters send all
write-ups of club organizations,
meetings, smokers, etc., to the Manag
ing Editor of the Tar Heel.
Watch for the Turkey Day edition
of the Tar Heel! Big eight page
Are we downhearted??? NO!
At the first meeting of the Wake
County Club, held recently in te Y.
M. C. A. Club Room, a committee was
appointed to' map out plans for the
year's work. The followin officers
were elected to serve thruout the
college year: C. B. Holding, Presi
dent, Brantley Womble, Vice-President;
E. G. Rand, Secretary, and
Chas J. Parker, Jr., Treasurer.
Filled with clever jokes and attrac
tive cartoons, the second issue of the
Carolina Tar Baby has made its ap
pearance. The cover design, drawn
by C. R. Sumner, has evoked specially
favorable comment. The Tar Baby
will come out hereafter on every oth
er Tuesday. A feature football num
ber will arrive on Thanksgiving day.
Prof. Collier Cobb gave his illus
trated lecture on "Beautiful Italy,
mother of Civilization" before a very
large audience at Flora McDonald
College Monday night.
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THE POET SAYS
We are living, we are living,
In a grand and awful time!
And a quarter we are giving
For things not worth a dime!
An Illinois farmer sold the hide of
a calf for $6, then went to town and
paid $12 for a pair. of shoes. Now
he knows what a skin game is.
ONE DANCE A MONTH
Norman, Okla. Fraternities and
sorrorities of the University of Okla
homa may have one dance a month
if the faculty doesn't decide to stop
that one. But out-of-town guests are
not to be invited.
There's too much touching of the
"cheek you love to touch," and too
much agitation about the shimmy to
suit President Stratton D. Brooks, he
said in effect when he promulgated
the . one-dance schedule. Three new
dance halls died when the sentence
But "prexy's" heavy hand didn't
stop there. ,
Curfew for the university is at
10:30. To enforce the rule Dean Git
tinger, social mentor, parks himself
unannounced upon sorority porches
and begins checking in strollers when
10:30 arrives. Later arrivals are
subject to faculty inquiry.
I know I have a congressman
In Washington D. C,
For now and then he comes around
To get a vote from me,
He proudly shakes my hand
And asks about my needs,
And when he goes to Washington
He sends me garden seeds.
Whenever there's a bill for which
I'd like to have him vote,
I trust in him and tell him so
By telegram or note,
And he gets every one, I know,
And every one he reads,
For always when the spring has come
He sends me garden seeds.
The other day I wrote to him;
"We put our faith in you
To make the League of Nations safe
If Wilson puts it through,"
His answer came right back to me.
"Appreciate your needs
Am sending in tomorrow's mail
Some lovely garden seeds."
I'm glad I have a congressman
In Washington, D. C.
His legislative efforts there
Mean, oh, so much to me!
He is my representative,
For me he intercedes,
And always when the spring has come
He sends me garden seeds.
The students at Furman are debat
ing the question of having their mail
delivered to their rooms. For a small
sum letter containers could be put
upon every door in the dormitories,
and then some college student could
be secured to assort and deliver the
entire amount of mail. The Furman
After two days' grace granted the
Freshmen to learn their songs, they
feel confident of surviving the song
test. The vigilance committee will
award either a green card, certifying
that the exam has been passed, or
the customary dose of iodine will be
put on their hands in case of failure.
Can You Beat This?
Everything for the "Feed"
STATE AND NATIONAL PAPERS
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FROM THE HILL: FROM DURHAM:
9:50 a. m.-1 2:40 p. m.
5:08 p. m.-8:00 p. m.
8:3010:20 a. m.
2:304:00 p. m.
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"The All-Weather Man"
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
The Co-eds are to be congratulated
on being able to form a literary so
ciety this year. The Mississippian.
Recently the students challenged
the faculty for a game of hockey.
However, the student team met its
match and the score still stands 2 to
2. Winthrop Weekly News.
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY (TEXAS)
The students at Baylor have to pay
poll tax in order to be able to repre
sent the University in any athletic
event, according to the constitution of
the Student Self-Government Asso
ciation. The Lariat.
Professor Hibbard of the Depart
ment of Journalism announces that
on Thursday night five reels of pic
tures relating to the mechanics of
modern publications will be showed.
One reel is released by the Detroit
News. The Curtis publications are
sending four reels.
R. O. Ballew recently spent a day
on the Hill.
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