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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
BOAKD OF EDITORS
C. B. Rlffin,
A. II. Wolfe,
W. M. Gaddy
- - - Business Manager
Assistant Business Manager
Published once a week by the General Ath
letic Association. .
Entered in the Postoffice at Chapel Hill, N.
C, as second class matter. . .
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We are congratulating" ourselves
upon having had Dr. Wilson with
us. We will sot cease to congra
tulate ourselves soon, but we can
not comment upon his address.
Being sorry for those who could
not hear it we do not mind say ing
so, but it was too splendid for us to
stand off and paste price values on.
Since we feel that any words of
ours would be empty to those who
heard Dr. Wilson, and misleading to
those who did not, the next thing
to do is to remain silent.
The visit of the Legislature was
indeed enjoyable to us . It is fit
ting that the State should know
what we are doing, and such a visit,
although it could hardly be called
an inspection, will scarcely fail to
make our aims seen more clearly
bv those members wno nad never
a . . . 1 1
been to see us. It helps us to trot
ourselves out to be looked over. It
seemed to please the visitors to
look at us.
The initiation of the members in
to the societies was in every way
oleasant. It was an honor that we
were glad to show them; one which
they appreciated. The old mem
bers of the societies, when called
upon for talks, came across like
the good old boys that they are.
The new members responded appre
ciatively. None seemed glad to
hear the bell which cut short the
As a visit it has given us plea
sure. As an inspection it has help
ed us both. We didn't know the
Legislature as well as we do since
hey paid us a call. They have
seen us face to face as we like to,
look at folks. We hope that this J
is not the last visit from them, but
only a begining of a fair under
standing of a State institution, by
the legislators of the State.
In our last: issue we tried to put
into words the sentiment of a large
number of the student body in re
gard to a physical trainer for the
football squad. If we succeeded in
voicing the sentiment we hope to
see it grow stronger. When we
need a thing it is never too earlv to
begin trying to bring it about. Let's
tret to work to see how we may in-
THERE have been about ten dras Wilson, of Princeton, after beine-
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handed in for the '"Yackety Yack.'' made welcome officially by Dr. Ven
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j.nis uot-sen i iook gooa to anyone aoie. xne exercises were over in
who is interested in our annual, time to allow them just sufficient
Kerr and Battle are able to take on time to catch their train which left
those that are offered, and would be at nine o'clock.
glad of the chance to see some drags.
it looks as though we ought all to
get behind this department of the
annual and cover these folks up
with the best we have or can find.
And there is no time for delay if
the drags are put in on time.
Don t be afraid that someone else
has handed in your drag. Hand in
something any way!
Dramatic Club Deccldes on Play.
The Dramatic Club met Friday
afternoon for the purpose of select
ing a play for this spring. The
meeting was more poorly attended
than it bhould have been but those
present settled down to business.
It was decided to put on the Hero
op the Gridiron, and to give the
first performance during Junior
Week. Work on the play will
begin as soon as it is possible to ob
tain copies or it.
All men wanting to go in for th
uramatic L,iub snouia begin com
peting for places at ouce. The
Legislature Visits us
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In the Phi there was about the same
number of initiations as in the Di.
The first man called on was Mr.
Josephus Daniels, who responded Parts of the Play are Petl to a11 who
in a manner very agreable to those care to try for them- The Club is
present. What he said was well not essentially a club, but represents
saiH a wpII wll thrmtrht a phase ot student activity.. lne
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Mr. C. W. Bickett next expressed members ot the club do try to re
himself as being rejuvenated by his serve the Plays .to,-themselves bu
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v r Hp pi no-i7.pri )r Mntm no- wouiu uei iotu ui any neiu mai
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under whom he studied law. might be given by the students
Mr. Alex Field and Mr. Blow 1 ne iacl ot mterest nas 'm posed a
are next called upon, and responded handicap heretofore. It is hoped
in a humorous vein. that there will be good stiff compe
Mr. Brooks praised both the socie- tition for a11 the P,aces. The char
ties and the University highly' and peters in this play are thirteen in
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number, nine masculine and tour
tut x iii uuciciy
Mr. riand thauked the society in Baseball Men are Getting Out.
ucuan ui me icisiauuic lur mc ie- As otten as the weather permits
ception given and the honor ot Cantain Hamilton has the canidates
membership. Mr. Connor proposed for the baseball team out for light
practice on the old diamond, back
Now is the time, Kluttz's is
the place to buy your new
tne change or making the active
members speak to the honorary
Messrs u ray ami isascom were
humorously incluivU, Mr. ,Gray
wanting to send ten children to the
of the gymnasium. Four of the
regular members of the 1908 'Var
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sity ana three substitutes nave re
turned to college. They are:
uuiDersity. Alter tnese two gen- Stewart, pitcher and outfielder.
tlemen came an able talk from the paf Rn;n fircf KaCO Trtf
Instruction, J. 1 . Joyner. Mr. Duls, substitute pitcher. Wads
Joyner asserts that he is still an worth, substitute infielder, and
artivp tripmhpr nf the sndpt.v. Tillett, substitute outfielder.
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UUU1CS tuc u.u mcu.uci a mono- them mav be mentioned
attending. He praised the society MoQr catcher. Duncan, second
and alluded to it as a great factor base, Armstrong, third base, Winn,
in shaping the destiny of the State, short stop, Hedgpeth, and Hendrix,
Then Mr. Manning admitted that pitcher and outfielder
he had done his duty
$9.00 PER MONTH.
by the society
by sending two sons to the Uni
versity. He also gave some enter
taining reminisciences of the re
opening days at the University.
The new members, Messrs. Idely,
Prugue, Peele and Godwin express
ed themselves as being in sympathy
with our work here. Mr. Albert
Cox being on the committee of ap
propiations would not say much but
what he did say was to the point
The new members in both socie
ties showed themselves to be appre
ciative of the honor of membership.
Those called upon acquited them
selves with Credit, as though they
hade spoken before. This time, how
ever, it was not a controversy so
thev aereedt The meetings were a
successeverv wav. and all seemed to AH samples, stationery, and art cata
:n,T logue free. We want one permanent
i After the initiations the Legis
latcrs inspected the Library.
six until seven o'clock there was
On and off like a coat.
In fast colors and ex
clusive styles. $1.50 up.
CLUETT, PBAB0DT & CO., Makers
SALES AGENTS WANTED
$36.00 per Week or 400 per cent Profit
agent in this locality for the largest
nirfiirp anrl frntne house in Amprir.a.
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a vou how to sell our troods and furnish
reception given there. They were the capital. If you want a permanent,
met by the faculty and such of the honorable, and profitable position
sure the installation of the trainer students as felt no need for supper, write us today for particnlars, cata-
next fall. The Tar Heel would ber At seven o'clock the aniversy ex- logue and samples
glad of any suggestions from any of , ercises began in Gerrard Hall. The FRANK W. WILLIAMS COMPANY
ts friends as to the best way to do visitors were addressed by Dr. 2114 W. Taylor St., Chicago, Illinosi
sale on. New
in men's Fur
that cannot be
beat. Call early to avoid rush.
New selections 8 to 9 p.m.
A. A. KLUTTZ
Office in Kluttz Block
Dr. G S. BOYETTE
Office in Brockwell Building
The Athletic Store
Invites the students to give it the same
iberal support in the future as they have
in the past.
We carry a complete line of
Give our manager your order for a
pair of Regal shoes.
J. M. Neville. Mannaer
See "Long" Bill Jones
or Pressing and Cleaning. Work
guaranteed. $1.00 per month. . Shop
in rear of Kluttz Building.
The Royal & Borden Fur. Co.
DURHAM. IS: C.
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE.
GIVE US A TRIAL
B. C. Pickard & Co.
ocated on Rosemarv St.. near Tele
phone Exchange. Stylish turnouts
always on hand.i
WANT A TEAM, CALL 30.