Tmes Tar PI is is l
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
. BOARD OF EDITORS.
Q. S Mills - v Editor -in-Chief,
tl. B. G inter, - Asst. Editor-in-Chief.
Melius Oku. ' J- R- SHt;LL
.A. Gkay, Jk. T. H, Sutton
K. L. Stkwart.
H. L. Sloan, - - Business Manager.
t i, siimmons. - - Asst. Bus. Manager.
Published once a week by the Genera
Entered in the Postoffloe at Chapel Hill, N,
0., as second-class matter.
Printed by The University Press, Chapel Jlill
Subscription Price. S1.50 per Year
Payable in advance or during Bfst terni.
": f Single Copies. 5 Cents.
We have noticed in the daily pa
uers that efforts will be made to
have the Legislature establish two
new counties. For both of these
counties the name of "Mclver
County" has been suggested.
It seems to us that this idea of
naming a county in honor of
Charles Duncan Mclver is one that
ouht to meet with approval where
ever his name is known. Judging
from the sentiment among the stu
dents at the University a senti
ment surely representative scarce
ly any means more fitting could be
found for honoring this great man
A statue of marble or bronze is
even now being constructed in
his honor, but the memory of a
man wjio , has done so much for the
cause of education in bis State, is
due more than the conventional
Especially, as in one of these pro
posed new counties is situated Dr.
Mclver's boyhood home, does the
plan of naming a county in his
honor seem worthy of commenda
tion. Between the two, also, there
should be no hesitancy about choos
. ing, for what spot could be more
properly named in Dr. Mclver's
honor than the land of his birth?
would be out of place on any page
except that of Brand's Iconoclast
in the days of its utmost phosphor
escense. However we enjoyed it,
and might - be persuaded to ex
change our subscription for Life
for one to .The Mountaineer would
it promise us a morsel of similar
flavor each month.
In dead earnest, though, it had
not occurred to us that Catholics
were different from other folks
or that anv one wouia taite
exception to being referred to
in terms of his own religion-s
unless he were ashamed of it.
The term "Catholic" we used in
the same spirit that we would
apply the term "Tar Heels" to our
selves and we are rather proud
of that title down Carolina way.
In conclusion we would say to
the editor of The Mountaineer" that
we commend his religious zeal, but
would admi re it much moi e were it
seasoned, even slighty, with thte
salt of common sense.
' . Mr. Hofton, representing-
W Ttl i t i g B r o s ,
of Raleigh, N. C, is coming again with a
swell line of' Fall and Winter Furnishings and
Tailoring Samples. Save your orders for him. Full
Line of Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Ties, and Shirts. -
SLOAN and D'ALEMBERTE, - Agts.
"The Hoi I a d ar S t ii d io"
SUCCESSORS TO "COLE ANinftjLLADAy.';
Gallery will be open every Wednesday of each week,
beginning Wednesday, October 19th. HIGH GRADE
WORK ONLY. Prices reasonable. A fine set of
views of campus and buildings on sale at all times.
GALLERIES JIT BOTH OURIIHM HNO CHHPEL HILL
During the fall term the Tar
Heei received through the mail
several communications on mattersof
general interest. These communica
tions were, we suppose, from mem
bers of the student body, but their
writers had failed to subscribe their
names to them, and hence the artic
les could not be considered for pub
lication. As the organ of the stu
dent body the Tar Heel, will
gladly publish any suitable discus
sion by a student of any college ques
ionthat may arise, provided only,
that the name of the writer be made
known to the board of editors.
! tnl Stock ft3O.000.0O.
MTCIYCCC When ou think of gohii? off to srhool,
DUMA writ, for New Catalogue and Special
Offer of the Leading Busings and Shorthand Sclioot
Address King' Business College, KaleiKh. N. a.
or Charlotte, N. 0. (We -also teach Bookkeeping,
9horthand. Penmanship, etc., by inail.)
The Yackety Yack needs mater
ial. Every man in college is inter
ested in the success of the annual,
but unless every man here gets
busy in its behalf the interest will
be negative along about June.
Then everybody will forget that
there is anyone to "cuss" save the
editor and his assistants.
Mr. C. T.PEARSON,
The Merchant Tailor,
will do our Tailoring. See him when
MANNING & TILLETT, Agts.
4 WA? 1
if ' .1
Now that the froth in the Sen
iors' political pot has settled some
what the campus might be quiet
would the Juniors let the fire(under
We are completly over whelmed.
We have just learned that we are
"bigoted, ignorant, narrow-minded,
discourteous, son headed, base, and
unmanly." Likewise we have
learned that we have "no feeling of
true sportsmanship" and that we
are "a blot on the fair name of the
University of our State." No
wonder we are squelched. But may
be it will not prove fatal.
The wherefore of the aforesaid
vituperation that has just been
heaped upon us? It fell out in this
wise. In all innocence we alluded
in our write-up of the Georgetown
Carolina game to the Georgetown
eleven as "the Catholics simply
for the sake of convenience. But
beholdl the editor of The Moun
taineer, of Mount. St: Mary's Col
lege, Marylandallowed his eye to
stray across our page, and immedi
ately he threw forty tits, lhen
we got our dose. Acting on the
assumption that we were "using
our rivals' religious name as a con
temptious epithet" the aforesaid
editor proceeded do a little stunt
in our favor with his pen that
Tito, Professor Collier Cobb's
pet collie, is no more. What stu
dent has not missed him from the
campus since Christmas? During
the holidays he fell, as did his com
panion Betsy last spring,, a victim
to the poison set by some scoundrel,
who is, luckily for himself, un
known. But how happy must you
two be now, Tito and Betsy, united
once more in dog-heaven for .there
must be such a heaven for such dogs
as vou to race madly through the
green field of that happy hunting
ground together and bark joyously
at the7 flitting shadows of ethenal
buzzards pray pardon the figure
for the sake of Tito and Betsy.
The Richmond dailies have been
reporting repeatedly of late
that Carolina will be represented
at the indoor track meet in Kich
mond on Jan. 28th. Carolina wil
not be represented, as her team is
not in proper trim. Richmond Col
lege, William and Mary, Randolph
Macon, and Virginia will send teams
to the meet.
Trad Mark Rtritttred U. S. Patent OffUt.
Coat Cut Undershirts and
Knee Length Drawers,
Retail Price 50c and upward alGarment.
Erlanger Bros., New York
Distinctive Clothes of Quality
for Particular Young Meu
has been the keynote of the suooess ofour
Young Men's Department.
This season you have only to look over cur
great number of styles and wouderful aosort-
meiit of, fabrics to realize that here you can
surely suit pour taste.
DURHAM, N. C.
STEM & THOMPSON, Agents
Has a Foothold ou
the Shoe Business
He has hats on the brain; - puts up
Umbrellas ami puts out Lamps.
He Pants for your trade.
Would you do well, buy of Kluttz and
cut a swell.
He has some stunts iu bargains for
cash, and they are going with a
Those new style Shoes and up-to-date
Hats will look well with those Fancy
Shirts and new Spring Cravats.
H. H. PATTERSON'S
OPPOSITE THE OAMPUS,
where you will ttnd Men's Fnrninhlngs, Trunks, Di.ess
Salt Cases, Oarpets, Rugs, ready-made Sheets, Pillow
Cases, Towels Bowls and Pitchers, Kerosene Oils
Beaters, Hardware of nil kind and everything mat l
good to eat.
All goods delivered projnpUy;
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L, i v e t y - St ab 1 o
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. rt 1 1 .1 I. i .
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doctor William Lynch,
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GET IN THE SWIM
BEFORE BU YING'YOUR; SPRING
FURNISHINGS. CALL ON THE
Kluttz has the Stunts. See him!
Klutts has added to his already exten
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azines. Periodicals of all '
kinds. Current issues.