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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CARO A.
BOARD OF EDITORS
0. J. Coffin,
0. W. Hyman,
- - Editor-in-Chief.
C. O. Robinson
C. B. Ruffin, -A.
H. Wolfe, -
, W. M. Gaddy
- - Business Manager
Assistant Business Manager
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told to eat hay whether the sun
shone or failed to shine! A good
healthy braying would not annoy
us, but they have seen their own
physiognomy in a pool and have
fancied us scared as they.
So after all it is a question of
taste. Nebuchadnezzar would have
consorted with these folk who are
beating: the air with their fore feet
and braying- "cold feet, Carolina;
cold feet." But since we don't like
grass, and have a set of rules, and
a system of thought under which
our assailants cannot qualify, we
prefer our "cold ftet'Vto their undi-;
gested ego, over-grown hooves, and
g o w Y
Vfe,V v x
"Eureka! We know what to do
with these rainy days. Everything
is stuffy, stifling, sleepy. The
brain will not even manufacture lies
nrVi weather as this. What will it
do then? That is what we have
Our intellect will take advantage
of the effect of the weather. We
will write our "eds" aud news when
there is no danger of hurting any
one's feelings. When we feel good
we are apt to get too playful; when
we feel bad we are apt to get sar
castic; so these days when we prac
ticallv have no feelings we are safe
We don't feel good, or bad, we are
t 'Jl. il. n Til
in; accoru ' wun uic vvcatuci.
stuffy weather we are listless, harm
less. We are almost as good as
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Bromides forever! We shall
neither joke, nor criticize so long as
the weather stays as it is, r 3 We be
lieve that the reader if he gets
this far can see that we are un
der the influence of gray weather.
Let us make this distinction, we
know that gray weather is not gray
matter. Gentle reader are you
asleep, or just listless as are we?
Well, we have at last descended to
talking about the weather, so will
THE faculty's evenings at home
are bringing the desired resuM.
The students are paying calls to ;ja
much greater degree than ever be fore.
Everyone reports a pleasatjt
evening, and it looks at last like the
student body and the faculty w 11
soon be acquainted. There shoud
be no hanging back, for all are ii-
sured a welcome. It you want to
see what your instructor is like
class, call on him! Or course
isn't a question of duty, it should li
one of pleasure. We need the view
point, let's go and get it rr it Me
are astute enough to get it withopt
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Championship! That is the
watchword in baseball. We came
out second last year. It is our
time to be first this year. Wake
Forest is determined, and we hereby
serve notice of of our intention on
the State. We are very sorry that
we will not get a chance at Caroli
na and Trinity this spring. Caroli
na has "cold feet", which being in
terpreted, means that the Universi
ty of the State is afraid to meet
Wake Forest on the diamond, and
Trinity, as usual, has conscientious
scruples. Neither of these colleges
will have right to claim any stand
ing among the college teams . in
Biological Journal Club
TM-ip Rinlncrira I Journal Club Wad
its customary bi-weekly meetng
with Dr. Coker last Saturday nidit
at 8:00. Quite a number of advanc
ed biological students and the in
structors in biology were; present.
Professor H. V. Wilson made a re.
Wt on recent-7.ook)fncal . rmblilv-
i rr t - a" . ti
tions. j. nc meeiinsr was eniovapie
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as well as instructive.
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Experience unnecessary. We instruct
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hear the hee haw! of our Wake
Forest neighbors. We do not deny
having feet; sometimes in bad weath
er they get chilly. How sad it
would be if we had no feet, but. were
as our belliaking contemporaries.af
flicted with sore hooves from having
been turned into a wet pasture and
NOW MR. YOUNG MAN, 1 FROM
EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE UP
We've something to show you.
Meet us at the Central Hotel
on March 16 or 17 and we will
gladly show you the new crea
tions in CLOTHING, SHIRTS,
HATS and FURNISHINGS
this Spring and Summer.
MARCH 16 AND 17
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We can save you money on your
All the latest atj lea rvill
be in our store for your
Give us a call,
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'Doctor William Lynch,
Office in Kluttz Block
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Now is the time, Kluttz's is
the place to buy ' your new
il 1 Hats,
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
See "Long" Bill Jones
for Pressing and Cleaning-. Work
guaranteed. $1.00 per month. Shop
in rear of Kluttz Building.
Pickard's Livery Stable
Near the Episcopal Church
Rubber-Tire Carriages and Buggies,
Stylish Horses, and Polite Drivers.
For Quick Service
Call Phone 6 or 67
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