There are two cases of smallpox
among the students at Oak Ridge.
The fourteenth annual Yale
Princeton debate will be held in
New-York on March 22.
A pipe organ, the gift of Andrew
Carnegie, hasjrecently been installed
in the chapel of the University of
. Freshmen at Franklin and Mar
shall are required to wear black
skull caps with green block F's on
them, and must salute all seniors.
The Senior class of the forestry
school of Yale will spend the last
lour months of the year in camp in
the yellow pine lumber region of
The University of Washington,
in Seattle, has closed its doors on
account of the coal famine, from
which the city is suffering. It is
not known at the University when
classes will be resumed.
The Dramatic Club of Chicago
University presented Goldsmith's
"Goodnatured Man" before a large
and enthusiastic audience in Man
del Hall, Chicago University, on
the evening of February 2nd.
THE UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE
(Continued from page 1.)
teras Island. It has the delightful
lyric .-quality of Elizabethan verse
and has very probably been handed
down from the date of the island's
On the whole the January Maga
zine leaves a good taste in one's
mouth. The . editor-in-chief is to
be congratulated on the issue.
Remember the Charlotte Steam
Laundry. Oldest, Largest, Pest.
W. A JENKINS, Agent.
W. B. SORRELL,
Jeweler - and - optician,
Chapel Hill, N. O.
Concert Tomorrow Eveul tig.
The John Thomas Concert Com
pany, consisting of John Thomas,
humorist, Ellen Thomas, violin,
and Norma Emmens; soprano, will
appear in Gerrard Hall tomorrow
evening under the management of
the Y. M. C. A. The company
is very highly recommended. In
speaking of Mr. Thomas Mr. Mc
Kie says "He is the funniest funny
man I have ever heard."
SEE MARSE JESSE
Estimates given on class banquets.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Location Southern Passenger Depot. Newly
Refitted and Modern. Special arrangements
made for Traveling men. .. .
GRESHAM & CO., Proprietors
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Opposite depot. Cafe open all night.
Special attention to all stndeuts.
W. F. CLEGG. : : : Proprietor.
Y. M. C. A. Delegates.
The following nfen have been
-elected to represent the Young Men's
Christian Association of the Uni
versity at the student conference to
be held at Trinity College, Dur
ham, Feb. 15th to 17th: G. P.
Leouard, president, and J. A. Fore,
president-elect, J. A. Gray, vice
president, H. P. Osborne, C. W.
Tillett, Jr., M. S. Huske, A. M.
Secrest, J. W. Umstead, J. M.
Reeves, D. D. Withers, J. T.
Johnson, W. P. Grier, D. B.
Teague, F. P. Drane, F. P. Gra
ham, J. R. Nixon, T. J. Carring
ton, Earle Morrow, W. H. ' Jones,
E. C. Byerly, I). Z. Newton,
N. P. Lyles, B. O.. Shannon, and
F. B. Rankin.
PICKAFiD'S LIVERY STABLE
(Near the Episcopal Church)
Rubber Tire Carriages and Buggies. Everything New ai Stylish. 'Phones No. 67 and 6 (
W. W. PICKARD, Owner- and M&mager'.
University of Pennsylvania
DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE
Undergraduate Department. The One Hundred and Forty-first Session will begin September
, 28, 1900. The course, which covers a period of four years, of eight and one-half
mouths each, is eminently practical, and properly graded, beginning with laboratory
instruction in the fundamental subjects, and concluding with a comprehensive system
of clinical instruction, terminating in the Fourth Year with the assignment of students
as clinical clerks in the Hospital.
A large proportion (at least 80 per cent.) of the graduating classes secure positions
as Resident Physicians in Hospitals.
Summer School for Graduates. The clinics and laboratories of this Department are open
throughout the year for the behefit of those who wish to engage in graduate work.
For those whose time is more limited, a comprehensive course is given, beginning this
year May 14, and continuing for a period of six weeks. This course is designed to meet
the needs of the practioner. LsJ
For further information, apply to the
Dean of the Medical Department, Unfbersity of Pennsvbv&nia. 'Philadelphia.
In Winter's Grip.
Always pass because they ar kept up
to the mark and never fall below the
official standard. Recognized univer
sally as best for athletes.
SEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOW TEN
CENTS PER COPY.
No. 588. Group XVI Muscle Building. By
Li. H. Gulisk, Director of Physical Train
ing, N. Y. Public Schools.
No. 27. Group XII College Athletics. ' By
M.. O. Murphy, the well-known Athlectio
iramer, now with Umv. or Penn
No. 246. Group XII Athletic Training for
bcnooldoys. By Geo. W. Orton, or the
Univ. of Perm., and a famous athlete
A copy of our complete catalogue of athletic
goods will be mailed upon request.
MAIL ORDER DEPT.,
a. G. SPALDING & BROS.
126 Nassau St.,
Lost or Misplaced
A Full Dress Suit, belonging
to Professor E. V. Howell.
Any information leading- recovery of
same will be gladly received
at the shop of
R. H. PINOLE,
Nwarly opposite University Pharmacy
149 Wabash Ave.
Drs. W. II. & Linus M. E
ODE XL, HARDWARE CO.,
GREENSBORO - - - - N. O
Thanks to the sleet donated to
us by the ground-hoof during- last
week, the devotees of the bob
sled enjoyed life exceedingly. Some
few enthusiasts were so reckless as
to attempt sliding on their ears and
noses but the results of their ex
periments did not encourage the
onlookers to follow suit, Friday
the athletic field was covered suffi
ciently heavily with sleet to afford
a grip for skates and many begin
ners resorted thither to take a few
lessons where there could be no
danger of a ducking. The cold was
not severe enough to produce safe
ice upon the neighboring ponds.
Pickard and Strowd's "University
Club Cigar" is made especially for the
- Durham, N. C.
Office over Thomas Pharmacy Co. Phone 657.
Eubanks Drug Company,
CHAPEL HILL. - - NORTH CAROLINA
TO ORDER AT
Herttdon's Hardware Store,
...17 &9 ...
HEAD OF THE STATE SYSTEM OF
The University stands for thoroughness and
all that is best in education and the moulding
of character. It is equipped with 15 buildings,
new water works, central heating, electric
liarhts. Eleven Scientific I.a1irrn.fria
ped for good work. The Faculty numbers 67.
students WS7. , .Library of 42,000 volumes.
One librarian and four assisfRnt.s. Vina Lit
erary Societies. There is an active Y. M. O.
A. conducted by the students. Scholarships
and loans for the needy and deserving.
v or miormation, address
F. P. VENABLE, President,
Chapel N. C,
NEW YORK RESTAURANi
AND LUNCH ROOM.
Open Dav and Nie-ht. For T.adiips
and Gentlemen. 207 Main St. Onnn-
site Court House, DURHAM, N. C.
Jim Fau,Sj.John Popas, Proprietors.
The best and most wholesome food
obtainable on the market. Birds at
least three times a week. $18.50 at
BREWER and FREEMAN'S
Opposite Pickard's Hotel.
TTNEXCELLED is our line of
lobaccos and Cig-ars.
NEW line of Huyler's CandiesO
COUNT on us to fill your pre
The "Bull" Tail
of Raleigh, is at Central Hotel Today and Tomorrow
ia, S. C
is with him. Come and see their Display.
HAYWOOD & J. II. McLAIN, Agents.