UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA-
BOARD OF EDITORS
0. W. Hyman, -
J. W. Lasley Jr.
L. N. Taylor
N. S, Plummer
A.. H. Wolfe, - -Cy.
W. T. Joyner
R. T. Webb
L. A. Brown
With Other Colleges
Davidson, N. . CM Sept. 18. Presi
dent Smith, following his custom, has
sent out in letter form a special re
port to be read at the fall meetings of
the several Presbyteries in North and
South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
Editor-in-Chief. These are the Presbyteries controlling
the colleere. He notes with satisfac
tion the large enrollment, which is j
now 325 and estimates that the total (
number for the year will probably ,
reach 340, an increase hardly expected
in the face of more difficult entrance
- - Business Manager requirements, and the passing out last
Assistant Business Manager year of the largest graduating" class
in Davidson's history. He naturally
feels that great significance attaches
by the General Ath- to the recent resolution of the students
to abolish hazing and to put the en
forcement of the resolve upon the hon
or system that holds in the matter of
examinations and damages to college
property. The letter also expresses
the hope that the current year will be
made memorable by an addition ?to the
pitiably inadequate endowment of the
institution. The General Educational
Board has offered $75,000 for this pur-
r 4 f TV 4 i
pose proviaea inends oi uaviason in
addition to their recent gifts for build
ings, etc., subscribe $155,000 for en
dowment before the first, of next June
The board makes this gift without
any strings of any sort. Charlotte Ob
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There are situated behind the gym
nasium now eight of the most beauti
ful tennis courts to be found in the
south. These courts have been built
and finely finished through the untir
ing efforts of the officials of the tennis
association for the past two years. The
tennis association and its workers de
serve a great deal of commendation
Charlottesville, V., Sept. 18. -With
tne return oi ".fop Lannigan, asso
ciate director of athletics, f ootbal
for this work of theirs. For a long practice began in earnest at the Uni
time there have been more men in col
lege who take part in tennis than in
any other form of exercise. Indeed,
considering the fact that tennis is
played from one end of the year till
i ll ? A A .4 A
tne otner, we migm aimosi maxe tne Coach Neff, Oscar Randolph,
statement tnat tennis is piayea more Crawford, and Tad Bowen.
at -University than al! other .Randolph ( is the first Alumnus
sports togeinen' Ai inese men must foffer his aid in developing the team
t fj - j Among- tne memoers or last vears
eleven who worked out today were Ce
cil Stanton, Geyer Bowen, and Colfee
versity of Virginia yesterday, when
over 40 men reported on Lambeth field
and the bunch was quite a lot of prom
4 nr4 j
ising material, l ne candidates were
divided into four squads, under Head
the tennis association received permis-
sion to use the space behind the gym
nasium as a tennis ground. Immedi
ately steps were taken to make, upon
this plot of ground, eight courts that
could not be rivalled in the State. No
one except a man who has been inti
mate with the workings of the asso
ciation can understand what a source
The return of Colfee is hailed with d&
light. The stocky little guard made
rapid strides last season, and should
prove one of the best men in the line
Dovell, who was kept out of severa
of the bier erames last season bv an at
of annoyance and care the construction tack of fever . was, in uniform today.
Murphy and Yancey were on the side
of these courts has been. The associa
tion deserves all the more credit for its
success because it is an organization
entirely in the hands of the students,
with no faculty supervision. Outside
the pale of protection by the general
lines. "' j':; :
Wake Forest, N. C., Sept. r 16
There was great enthusiasm and
pleasure among the sudents .today
1 V. Zi. 1 Hit
athletic association it has had tn-firfitr wucn 11 WdS KBUWD inai Beyers, xor
its own fights and do what it has done mer1 riht end at Harvard, had been
nnn its nwn Tnprit TPrirnnor'h
forts tennis play has been so enlivened 1 securing
and advanced that we doubt if any
college in the south can boast of as
large a number of
players as the University of
employed to coach the football team
of such , an excellen t
coach means that Wake Forest will
have an excellent team, for there is
i a t i
first class tennis lcy v U1 &uuu inuendi on
Nnrth 1 wM- vmy uecus ueveioping
Carolina. For these, their labors, the
tennis association deserves all praise.
On account of intermittent light
supply it has been necessary to de
crease the size of our paper temporar-
j Meyers will arrive tomorrow afternoon.
The team is practising every j after
' . ' t is a -r . . .
npon unaer iapr. leggett and is
making splendid development.
wane sorest, aept. i. mei regis-
I tration today is 350, which is the lar
; gest in the history of the institution
this early in the season. At the close
of the first day the matriculations
In our local columns last week we I were b2 in advance of those of the first
showed some doubt as to the class in day last year. It will be remembered
which we should place Mr. William that the total registration last year
Maupin. All doubt in that matter was the largest in the history of the
has been settled "now. We have re- college. A wide range of territory is
ceived the following statement of Mr. represented in the student body, there
Maupin's status in college, which state- being students from Mississippi, Ari
ment is considered official. Mr. Mau- zona, Colorado, Japan, and the Philip
pin's statement to relieve us of doubt pine Islands, besides from the neigh
is classic in its brevity and comprehen- boring States. i .
siveness; "I am, in years, a senior, in At chapel meeting a few days ago,
the catalogue, a junior, in spirit, a President Poteat made a general state
sophomore, and in reality a freshman." inent of the explanation of the position
These are the words which a reliable of the college on matters of discipline,
reporter gives us as verbatim. Referring to the three commandments
You will find what you want at
Bowls, pitchers, rugs, druggets, etc.
Clothing, both ready-made and tailored
GIVE US A CALL '
"The Old Reliable Adam" is still at
the old stand, ready to serve you as
usual. Everything for the student,
from a shoe string to a dress suit.
Anything not in stock will be ordered
promptly, Books at cashi: Bargains in
college stationery, pennants and sou
venirs. Up-to-date Hats, Shoes and
Furnishings. Be sure to trade with
the "Old Reliable" and save money.
The University Book Store, next to
Bank of Chapel Hill.
A. A. KLUTTZ.
CALL AT '
H H. PATTERSON'S
OPPOSITE THE CAMPUS,
where yon will find Men's Furnishings, Trunks, Dress
Suit Cases, Carpets, Rugs, ready-made Sheets, Pillow
Cases, Towels, Bowls and Pitchers, Kerosene Oils
Heaters, Hardware of all kinds and everything that 1
good to eat.
All goods delivered promptly.
CHAPEL HIU.. NORTH CAROLINA
Great State Fair
RALEIGH, N, C.
OCT. 18-23, 1909
Greater. Midway than ever. Larg
est display of live stock; complete ex
hibits in agriculture and horticulture
and farm implements. More free at
tractions than ever before. The Fair
this year will be the largest in its
Jos. E. Pogwe, Sec.
J, H. Currie, Pres.
G. C. Pickard & Co.
Located on Rosemary St., near Tele
phone Exchange. Stylish turnouts
always on hand.
WANT A TEAM, CALL 30.
G. C. Pickard, Manager
Strouse Bros, of Baltimore
will have an expert cutter here to
day, tomorrow, and Saturday with a
line of fall
BATTLE & GRAHAM, Agents
of the United States military academy
at West Point, "Thou shalt not steal,"
'Thou shalt not lie," and "Thou shalt
not be afraid," he said, "Wake Forest
has but one commandment, that is.
be a gentleman.' "Charlotte Obser
Washington, D. C, Sept., 20. The
Georgetown varsity boys will get dowh
to practice on the gridiron tomorrow
or Wednesday. The prospects for a
great aggregation are extremely bright.
Several members of last year's, eleven
have already returned and when the
law and medical schools open it is ex
pected that there will be at least 60
Concluded on third page)
Dr. Isaac N. Carr
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