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UNIVERSITY OF NOliTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N; C, SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1000
OFbiCIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS
PORTER MAKES ORATION
The Harris Woollen Co.
Is your- headquarters for"Books, Sta
tionery, Soda Water, Fruits, Candies,
; GENTS FURNISHINGS t
See Us. We Treat You Right
"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.
A. A. KLUTZ.
MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC ASSO
CIATIONS HAVE FULL HOUSE j
CALL AT ;
' OPPOSITE THE CAMPUS, . i
when you will fln-i Men's Furnishings, Trunks, Dress
8uit Owes. Carpets, liugs, ready-made 8heets, Pillow
Cases, Towels, Bowls and Pitchers, Kerosene Ollb
Heaters, Hardware of all kinds and everything that 1
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Jolly & Wynne Jewelry Co,
Watchmakers and Jewelers
No. 128 Fayetteville Street
RALEIGH. N. C.
Fine Repairing a Specialty
Special. Attention to Mall Orders
WE EARNESTLY SOLICIT
a share of your patronage
COLUMBIA LAUNDRY COMPANY
Hig-h class launderers, cleaners, dyers
114-116 Fayetteville Street
Greensboro, N. C.
SEVENTEEN PENNIES A DAY
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Dealers in , .
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GIVE US A TRIAL
Lincoln, Iredell. Johnston, Ala
mance, and Oak Ridge Clubs meet
in jubilation at Y. M. C. A. i
At an enthusiastic meeting- of the
Athletic Association Thursday after
noon, in Gerrard Hall, it was decided
that the Richmond excursion Thanks
giving Day would he in charge of the
athletic Association. Messrs. D. B.
Teague, E. F. McCulloch. Jr., R
Thompson Webh, and Cy Thompson
.vere appointed an excursion commit
tje. V. C. Pritchett was elected song
leader. The following men were ap
.Pointed on the Finance Committee
Profs. E. K. Graham and H.H. Wil
Hams, and Messrs. B. C. Stewart, H
E Stacy, and L. DeK. Beklen.
At a meeting of the Musical Associ
ttion, held in the Y. M. C. A. house
Phursday at 2 p. m., the following of
ficers were elected for the year, Presi
lent K. S. McNeill; Vice-president W
B. Ellis; Secretary and Treasurer, J
3. WiMnian; Business Manager, G. C
3eanl. The association hopes to se
cure a director at once and prepare to
send "out a glee club and orchestra this
fall. A good number of old men are
back this year and will be ready for
service. The glee club' men whore
turned are J. E. Ray, Jr., R. S. Mc
Neill, first tenors; J. A. Hartsell, W.
B. Ellis, Jr., D. S. Crouse, J. P. Mor
gan, second tenors, and .3. C. Larkin
and J..R. Wildman; second bases. All
of last year's orchestra men are back
except F. A. Sch imp!', C. S. Vogler
and J. C. Dellinger.
The Lincoln County Club, which was
organized several weeks ago, will hold
its first regular meeting Saturday ev
ening at 7 p."m. Messrs. C. L. Eaker
and L. B. Beam, will read short
sketches pertaining to the county's re'
sources aud development. The officers
of the club are: Joe R. Nixon, presi
dent; R. C. Dellinger, vice-president;
C. E. Mcintosh, secretary and treasur
The Johnston County Club held its
regular monthly' meeting Wednesday
night in number two, South building.
Thirteen members were present. After
the transaction of some important bus
iness, light refreshments were served.
Hereafter the club will meet on- the
first Friday night of each month.
The Oak Ridge Institute Club was
called to order at 7 p. m. Wednesday
night in the Y. M. C. A. Mission
Room by President B. Lee Fentress.
About thirty men were present. A
short address was made by Prof. M.
C. S. Noble, exhorting the men not to
forget the past with its pleasures in
the hurry of today. After this, cigars
were passed around and the "members
retired filled with love for their alma
mater. This club is a very enthusias
tic one arid is probably the strongest
school club in the university.
The Alamance County Club held
its regular monthly meeting in the
Y. M. C. A. house Monday night
at 7:15, with all members present-
Two very interesting- papers were
read on subjects connected with the
history of the county, The first
paper was entitled "Cornwallis at
Snow Camp" by W. T. Henley,
"HEEGIE" AND"ICHABOIV ALSO
MAKE STRONG EFFORTS '
The biggest mass meeting of the
year hear Messrs. Vermont
. Pearson and Lawson
The greatest mass meeting Of the
year come off in Chapel Thursday
nightj - A. magnificent bonfire gave an
auspicious start to the enthusiasm.
Ten minutes after the flames of the
bonfire had begun to die down there
were assembled in Gerrard Hall six
hundred heart and sou! backers of Car.
olina's team. !
Mr. Adolph Vermont, who, tho a for
eigner he came among us, today loves
our alma mater as his own, started the
speeches of the occasion. Mr. Ver
mont's words were enough' to fire j a
steam engine. The team ignited im
After Mr. Vermont had done Dr.
Lawson was demanded by the students
and he was caught with the goods, as
usual. Dr. Lawson proceeded to give
some facts about the team's physica
condition According to Dr. LawsOn
most of the team are in good condition
When Dr. Lawson had finished his
remarks some one saw, in the back of
the hall, an old alumnus, Mr J T. : Gil
bert Pearson, of Greensboro. niWhen
Mr.Pearson took the stand he announc
ed that he had reached the goal of his
ambition to be applauded at a Garoli,
na n.ux meeting." : Mr. Pearson,' as 'a
member of that wide-spread, loyal
throng of Carolina alumni, reminded
the team that eyes would be turned to
ward them Saturday from every part
of the state.
Mr. Hogue next caught the eye of
some body and of course nothing would
do but that he be heard from, aad that
immediately. Mr, Hogue made three
points for th consideration of the
team. He said first , that V. P. I.'s
team was probably stronger than ours,
not that our team has not done all tha
they could but that V. P. I. had more
experienced players; second, that in
athletics it is always the pure man that
has the best nerve, the strongest intel
lect; third, that the man with the han
dicap, when he has the proper spirit
within him, often comes out ahead of
his opponent. Mr. Hogue seemed to
fear all along that he was boring his
audience. No one has accused him of
It was now quite late and the chair
man of the occasion started to close
the meeting1. The crowd however was
not yet fully satisfied.
Coach Brides had to be heard from.
The coach said that he had all kinds
of confidence in the boys on the team.
And promised that they would make
An eighth wonder was added for the
world when Garret, Porter, and "Hed-
gie" arose and made their debuts as
mass meeting orators. They must
have been strongly moved indeed.
The mass meeting adjourned. Every
man feeling proud of his team whether
they win or lose.
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General hardware and mill
supplies, guns and ammuni
tion, pipe, valves, fittings,
lime and cement, hardwood
mantels, grates and tiles.
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GKEENSBORO, N. C.
The Past Three Years the Most Successful
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DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
" A. C. Pickard & L. DeX. Belden,
HEAD OK THJfl 'f ATJS SYSTEM OF
' !'.. EDTJOATIJN.
: : ...1909...
The University. stands for, thoroughness
and all that is best in education . and tli!
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 . cond ucted - ' by th a : stud ents .
Scholarships and loans for the needy , and
leserving. - , .-. ;
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F. P. VENABLE, President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
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CrREKNSBOKO DRUG CO.1 Max T. Pu iw, Mjrr.
Ukf.knsboko, South Oahomna.
who gave a detailed account of his
encampment at that place. The
other was a brief history of cotton
manufacturing1 in Alamance by
J. G. Walker.
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her a steel enyravinyr,
hand painted picture, with
calendar for three months.
Some parties who have re
ceived these were so weP
pleased that they requested
us to mail some' to' their
friends, others say they
have them framed.
Will put in your card if
There is no charge
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