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GENERAL ATHLETIC 'ASSOCIATION
Foye Robinson, President.
F. B. Stein, Vice-President.
!$. C. HorrinK, Secretary and Treas.
UNIVERSITY FOOT-BALL TEAM.
Romy Story, Captain.
J. M. Robinson, Manager.
UNIVERSITY BASE-BALL TEAM
J. M. Thompson, Captain.
W. S. O'B. Robinson, Manager. -
H. H Hughes, Editor-in-Chief.
E. O. Herring Business Manager.
ELISHA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SO
C. H. Herty, Ph.D., President.
W. C. Coker. Ph.D., Vice-President.
F. P. Venable, PhD., Corresponding Sec
retary. A. S. Wheeler, Ph.D., Recording Secretary.
. HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
Kemp P. Battle, LL.D., President.
C. L. Raper, Ph.D., Vice-President.
J. G. DeR. Hamilton, Secretary.
M. C. S. Noble, Treasurer.
Meets monthly, on the first Monday night,
at 7 80.
C. L. Raper, Ph.D., President.
J. J. Parker, Secretary.
" Meets monthly, on second Tuesday night,
at 7:30. .
THE MODERN LITERATURE CLUB.
Archibald Henderson. Ph.D., President.
H. H. Hughes, Vice-President.
Q. S. Mills, Secretary.
ODD NUMBER CLUB.
E. K. Graham, President.
Q. S. Mills, Vice-President.
S. R. Logan, Secretary and Treasurer.
Q. S. Mills,
H. B. Gunter, ,
S. R. Logan.
UNIVERSITY GERMAN CLUB.
Hampden Hill, President.
Carol Wiggins, Vice-President.
F. D. Whitaker, Secretary.
M. Orr, Treasurer.
Meets at call of President. Leader selected
for each German.
J. D. Bruner Ph.D., President.
W. S. Bernard, Vice-President.
L. R. Wilson, Ph.D., Secy, and Treas.
The- Philological Club meets the first
Tuesday-in each month, at 7.80 P. M., in
Room No. 7, Alumni Building.
THE UNIVERSITY PRESS ASSOCIATION.
S. H. Farabee, President.
J. R. Shull, Vice-President.
J. A. Gray, Jr., Secretary.
W. D. McLean, Treasurer.
Y. M. C. A.
G. F. Leonard, President. .
E. O. Herring, Vice President.
E. C. Judd, Recording Secretary.
.1. A. Gray, Jr., Treasurer.
F. B. Rankin, General Secretary.
THE SHAKESPEARE CLUB.
Dr. Thonias Hume, President.
S. R. Logan, Vice-President.
J. H. D'Alemberte, Secretary.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION.
Chas. T. Woollen, President.
J. B. Gosleu, Secretary. .
Dialectic (Literary, Secret). Established
1795. Meets every Saturday night in the Di
Hall, New West Building.
Philanthropic (Literary, Secret) . Estab
lished 1795. Meets every Saturday night in
the Phi Hall, New East Building.
Order of The Golden Fleece (Senior).
Order of Gimghouls (Junior, Secret).
Order of The Gorgon's Head(Junior, Secret)
FRATERNITIES (P cret).
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Psi, Sigma Nu,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi
Delta Theta, Kappa Sigma. Kappa Alpha, Pi
Kappa Alpha, Beta Theta Pi.
Pickard and Strowd's "University
Club Cigar" is made especially for the
Work of the Geological Survey.
Dr. Joseph Hyde Pratt, state geolo
;ist, attended a general meeting: o
the state geologists of the United
States, held in New York City
during the holidays. At the
same time he attended meetings o
the American Association for the
Advancement of Science, Geologi
cal Society of America, and the Am
erican Chemical Society, of which
he is a member.
On Monday, December 31, Dr
Pratt was in Washington, D. C, in
con vernation with Dr. Charles D
Walcott, director of the United
States geological survey, in regard
to co-operative work between the
United States geological survey and
the North Carolina geological and
economic survey in the coastal plain
region of North Carolina. This
work will include a study of the un
aergrouna water ana the genera
geology of this region, and also a
continuation of the work regarding
the artesian water supply of eastern
North Carolina, that was begun
last summer. This investigation o
the water supply of eastern North
Carolina is one' of the most impor
tan t pieces of, work that the geo
logical and economic survey has
Another line of investigation tha
will be commenced early in Janu
ary, 1907, is the reforestation of the
banks between the sands and the
Atlautic ocean. This work will be
done in co-operation with the United
States bureau of forestry, and a
preliminary survey will be made
in January on that portion of the
bank just below Diamond City. I
the plans of the survey can be car
ried out, it will mean the preserva
tion of the remaining farming land
and forests on the banks and pre
vent the filling in of the channels o
VV. A. Houck, '07, being more
precocious than his fellow-class
mates, entered into the high, estate
of the alumnus at Christmas. At
present he is at his home at States
ville, but he will return in June to
get his sheepskin. The mournful
appearance of the Mary Ann Smith-
ians is now explained. However
they only assist in expressing the
general regret of the whole college
at its loss.
The Press Association met last
Thursday night in the Physics
room, Alumni Hall. Mr. S. H
Farabee, president of the associa
tion, presided over the meeting of
the august body.
The main business on hand was
to arrange the preliminaries for the
annual banquet of the association.
A committee was appointed to con
fer with "Marse Jesse" on this
The Tar Heel board, which
convened immediately after the ad
journment of the Press Association,
was seized by the spirit of feasting
and decided to indulge in an infor
mal spread sometime in the near
The members of the Phi Chi
medical fraternity will hold a ban
quet at Pickard s Hotel Saturday
The Biological Journal Club met
Saturday night at the residence of
Dr. W. C. Coker. After the read
ing of a paper by Dr. H. V. Wilson
refreshments were served.
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Summer School for Graduates. The clinics and laboratories of this Department are open
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For those whose time is more limited; a comprehensive course is given, beginning this
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