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VOL. 18 ' ' :. - UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL NV C, SATflRDAY, OCT. 16, 1909 . NO. 6
-: , ' " OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE; UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
BOYS!
"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 cash. 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.
Respectfully,
THE TENNIS TOURNAMEN
VENABLE WINS ' FROM BAILEY
IN THE FINALS
Fountain to play winner to decide
the team's personnel. Hard,
schedule expected
A. A. KLUTTZ.
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H. H. PATTERSON'S
OPPOSITE THE CAMPUS,
where you will find Men's Furnishings, Trunks, Dress
Suit Cases, Carpets, Bugs, ready-made Sheets, Pillow
Cases,- Towels, Bowls and Pitchers, Kerosene Oils
Heaters, Hardware of all kinds and everything that 1
good to eat. v -
' All goods delivered promptly.
CHAPEL HILL. - . NOKTH CAROLINA
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Watchmakers and Jewelers
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Fine Repairing a Specialty
Special Attention to Mailorders
Eat All You Want
UNIVERSITY INN $15
WE EARNESTLY SOLICIT
a share of your patron ag-e
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High class launderers, cleaners, dyers
114-116 Fayetteville Street
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Dealers in
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE.
GIVE US A TRIAL
; TV 1 r i
i i.ne process or cnoosine- two men
out of sixteen by means of tennis tour
nament has gone on apace this week
and last. At the end nf th fire
round the following- men were left: K.
D. Battle and M. B. Wyatt, K. B.
Bailey and C. W. Tillett, J. P. Mor
g-an and J. W. Lasley, C. S. Venable
aud L. Lamb. Of these Battle won
over Wyatt, Bailey won from Tillet,
Morg-an won over Lasley, and Venable
won from Lamb. All of the winners
have been members of a class team
and two of them, Venable and Battle,
of a championship team.
The semi-finals of the tennis tour
nament came around with the follow
mg- lour men still having- a chance to
make the team: K. D. Battle, K. B.
Bailey, C. S. Venable, and J. P. Mor
gan. Bailey succeeded' in winning from
Battle after a close shave'in the second
set. Venable won from Morgan with
out a great deal of trouble, Morgan
playing a defensive game all the way
through. The two men who were
now left in. the running were the scrub
team last year and their success argues
11 for the custom of having a scrub
team being established in . tennis as
well as in other athletics.
The finals of the tennis tournament
were played off yesterday afternoon.
C. S. Venable won trom K. B. BaiW
by a close score in three sets. All the
games were close but Venable won on
acccount of Bailey's not being able to
pass him at the net. . Bailev nlaved a
fine steady game but his style of play
was not equal to the strain.
Venable will now play Fountain,
winner of last year's tournament.
Should Fountain beat Venahlp ttiet,
will make up the team. Should Vena
ble win, Fountain must play Bailey.
It is extremely fortunate that we are
to have a erood team this vear. Tf
j ,
ooks at present as if the schedule for
the coming season is to be the hardest
that any university team has ever been,-
up against. Among the North Caroli
na colleges we will play our old rivals.
Guilford, Wake Forest and Davids.
and have the possibility of a meet wiCh.
nnity. ut these Wake EVpi- w
Guilford will be olavert uti:ii
Other colleges with rhom the tennis
association author-ties are in commun
ication are Virginia, Washington and
Lee, the Navy, and Richmond College,1
Of these Washington and Lee will
be played on the Hill. if meets cam
be secured with all of these colleges it
will mean by far the most difficult
schedule we have ever had.
VICTOR'S VENETIAN BAND
FIRST NUMBER OF STAR COURSE
A SUCCESS
Instrumental soloists especially
good. Vocal soloist also pleases
. the audience
In Memorial Hall at 2:15 o'clock on
Friday evening Victor and his Vene
tian Royal Band under the auspices of
the Star Course rendered the delightful
program given below.
' I The company consisted of the band
of 25 pieces and Mr. Howard ' Duane
Bryant, barytone.
The Band was organized by Victor
in 1899 and has been under almost
continuous engagement since that
time. Press and public alike have
given it high praise. , The players
are Venetians nearly all of whpm are
excellent soloists on their respective
instruments. The program rendered
here gave several an opportunity to
demonstrate their ability in this re
spect.
The vocal soloist was , Mr. Howard
Duane Bryant, whose barytone voice
has been commended for its rare combi
nation of power and sweetness. It is
said that the manag-er of the Band
was in the West on entirely different
business when he "discovered" Mr.
Bryant. He recognized his ability at
once, realized that he , had made a
find, and engaged him then and there.
Since that time he has moved steadily
upward" in the musical world.
The program:
1. March "American Spirit" Victor
2. Overture "William Tell" Rossini
3, Schubert's Serenade
4. Sextet from Lucia
5. Vocal Solo, Barytone
Mr, Howard. LuatKi Brvant
6. Grand Selection fron "Jl Trova-
tore" Vordi
Intermission
7. Scene Picturesovie Massanet
8. Toreador . Sonsr from Carmen
9. Saxophone Q uartet
10. Vocal S,io Selected
11. Amri'can Fantasie Herbert
i I ac tion to this greatly pleasing
cograTji they gave us such addition
al Sections as: ' "Way Down upon
"Sewanee River" and a number of
ier popular airs.
The large Hall was comfortably
filled. The attention of the audience
never flagged but was completely ab
sorbed by the beautiful music during
the entire hour and a half.
The Bohemian Fete was especially
enjoyed.
The soloists were uniformly good,
and. the Band so well balanced that
the ensemble presented a complemen
tary whole that was not only interest
ing but delightfully refreshing.
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The Past Three Years the Most Successful
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Dave W. Levy,
The Tailor,
DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA -
A. C. Pickard & L. DeK. Belden,
j College Agents. '
The
University
OF
North Carolina.
t..t7 89,
Rev. Francis M. Osborne, ai'i
alumnus of the University, rector b:"f
the Episcopal church at Dil worth.
a suburb of Charlotte, will preacj i
the University Sermon for Octobe r
in Lerrard Hall Sunday night, "at
7:30. Mr. Osborne will preacb. at
the Episcopal church Sunday raorti V-
Mr. Y. Minakuchi, of Japan, will
address the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday
niffht. His subiect will be 'Chris
tianity and Christian Missions.'
Mr. Minakuchi is a graduate of i
great university in Japan, an alum
nus of the University of Kentucky
and the Christian Theological Sem-
inarv. He studied Philosooh v at
j . - A ,
Yale and is now a graduate studeni
in the Uuiversitv. Mr. Minakuchi
is an interesting speaker and no one
in Chapel Hill is more fitted to dis
cuss this subject than he is.
HEAD OF THE STATE SYSTEM OF
EDUCATION.
j ..J909...
The University stands for thoroughness
and all that is best in education and the
moulding of character. It is equipped
with 16 buildings, new water works, cen
tral "heating, electric lights. Eleven Sci
entific Laboratories, equipped for good
work. The Faculty numbers" 98. Stu
dents 800. Library of 50,000 volumes.
One librarian and four assistants. Fine
Literary Societies. There is an active Y.
M. C. A. conducted by tb.3 students.
Scholarships and loans for the needy and ;
deserving.
For information, address ,
F. P. VENABLE, President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
UNIVERSITY DRUG GO
: Carries a full line of the best Cigars,
Cigarettes, and Tobacco. Agent for
Two-in-One Safety Razor. Count on us
to fill your prescriptions promptly.
Sunday Hours:
8 to 9:30 A.' M., 12 to 2:00 P. M.
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