; . - . LOCALS
The third number of the Star
Course will come off December 3rd.
Governor Taylor will speak.
Prof. Collier Cobb left yesterday
morning- for a short trip to Raleigh.
Y. Minakuchi was recently initia
ted into the Philanthropic Society.
A. H. Wolfe has returned from a
visit to Raleigh.
Coach Floyd Simmons w ho is
coaching the Davidson team this
fall spent Thursday on the Hill.
Rev. Neal Anderson, D.D.of Wins
ton will preach at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning.
Mr.L.C.Cald well of Statesville,
stopped on the Hill to see his son
Joe, between trains Wednesday, on
his way from Raleigh where hehad
been to represent the Southern Rail
way before the supreme court.
Typewriters lor rent, Robert W.
The annual freshmen debate con
test of the Phi Society was held
Thursday night The query was,
Resolved That Congress should
establish a great central bank.
The four best speaktrs were select
ed as follows: L. R. Gu nter, T. B.
DoLoach, W, R. Petteway and
H. C. Petteway The contest
will be held in January.
If for any reason the suits you
have ordered this fall do not tit,
call and see me, W. H. Boger of
Varsity Tailoring. Fits here guar
anteed. The Robeson County Club held
its regular monthly meeting in the
Y M. C. A. house Wednesday
night. Twelve men were present.
The Club has decided to have
their .banquet some time in Dec
ember. There is a movement on
foot to try to get more men from
Robeson to come to the University.
r The football season is not over.
Greensboro High School's husky
eleven will meet the Freshman
team on the Carolina gridiron Sat
urday afternoon at two o'clock.
The Greensboro boys have made a
splendid record so far. Although
the Freshman team lias had no op
portunity to show its power with
the pigskin a hard fought game is
expected. The price of admission
is twenty-five cents and the' pro
ceeds are for the benitit of the Ath
The week of prayer has been
observed by the Y.M.C.A. Short
meetings have been held,each night
at 6:45 in the auditorum. Monday
night Frank Graham spoke on "The
work of the International Committee
in the Foreign FieUr'airl '-The
Young Man of Africa. " Tuesday
night Mr.Ci.C. Huntington made an
excellent talk on prayer. We are
always glad to have Mr, Huntington
with us. Wednesday night Lee Tur
lington led the meeting. The, topic
was, "The Church Brother-hoods
and Kindred organisations of Chris
tian Men"and "The Young Men of
Asia". Thursday night Macaulay
Costner told us about the "Young
Men in Australasia"aud also the
Y.M.C.A. Work for emigrantsand
immigrants. Last night Hoke Ram
saut spoke on "The Association
Boards of Directors and Managing
Committees"and told us of "The
Young Men of Europe". These
meetings have proved a distinct sue
cess, a good crowd leinr out each
night. In addition to these evening
services several groups have been
holding sun-rise prayer services.
With Other Colleges
Wake Forest, Nov. 13. The varsity
football team met this morning' - and
disbanded for the season. The team
has played hard and as good 'as could
be expected for a team of only two
years' experience. The reason for the
action was that some of the players re
fused to play the remaining- games of
the season, which were scheduled
with A. & M. and Bingham of Ashe-
ville, because they did not consider
themselves in the same class as A. &
M. and that there was nothing to be
gained in winning from a prep school,
while it would be very bad to lose to it.
Due West, S. C, Nov. 13. This
week has been what the ex-President
would term a strenuous week in col
lege circles in Due West. Foremost in
strenuosity and importance was the
fourth annual tennis tourney which
began Tuesday morning and ended
Thursday afternoon. The event prov
ed the most successful ever held by
the colleges of South Carolina. This
can be said without fear of contradic
tion when the excellent showing of
the colleges is taken into considera
tion. The class of the playing was
higher this year and the winners had
to put up some fine playing to win.
Grier and Watson of Erskine cov.
ered themselves with glory and fully
met their expectations of thier college
mates. Grier had a very hard day
Thursday, the last day playing Clin
ton in finals for singles, and also tak
ing part in doubles, having only a few
minutes intermission between singles
The tennis association will meet
next year with the. Presbyterian Col
lege at Clinton. At a business meet
ing Thursday the following officers
were elected for next year: G. W.
Warring, of Carolina, president; Er
win of Cleinson, vice-president; J. D.
Fulton, of Presbyterian College, sec
retary; Hugh K. Taylor, of Erskine,
Durham, N. C, November, 13th.
It has just been learned with regret
that Bob Gannt, who married this fall,
will be ineligible to pitch this spring
under the S. I. A. A. rules.
A Peary Partisan but a Cook
Students just from cosy covers were
going to breakfast, clothed in sweaters
and overcoats, walking fast that the
warm blood might be distributed fas
ter in their veins. A wind from the
north swept through the leaf-stripped
trees, swept along the white walks,
and blew overcoats tighter.
Standing in the door of h, is shanty
at the power house was , a man. He
faced the north, and he was from the
north. A black cap was on . the back
of his head. His black shirt lay open
at the neck, and revealed a full and
heavy chest. The sleeves of his shirt
had been ripped off near the shoulders
and his large arms hung uncovered.
Greasy overalls and thick-soled bro
gans made up the rest of his dress.
"How do you like this weather?" I
"Aye, my boy, this is pleasant."
The words came from deep lungs.
"You fellows must think it's cold."
, He ; stooped to the ground. His
muscles swelled and doubled. He
hoisted a steam pipe to his shoulders,
and went to work.
' University Directory
' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Ff P. Graham, President , ;
O. A. Hamilton, Vick-Pkksidknt
L. C. Kerr, Secretary ;
D, M. Williams, Treasurer
Y.M. C. A.
V,. II. Ramsaur, President
J. H. Boushall, Vice-President
L1 N. Taylor, Secretary
J. H. Johnston, Treasurer
E, E. Barnett, Gen. Secretary
O. W. Hyman, Editor
J. W. Lasley
R. T. Webb
N.. S. Plummer :
W. T. Joyner
L A. Brown
F, P. Barker
L. N. Taylor
A. II. Wolfe, Bus. Manai;ek
C.'Thompson, Jr., As. Bus. Mc;k.
T; P. Nash, Editor
N. S. Plummer, Assistant Editor
ASSOCIATK EDITORS '
W. II. Fry
F. E. Winslow
L. N. Taylor
J. M. Reeves
C. B. Spicer, Bus. Manager
P.'Dickson, As. Bus. Manager ;
; yackety yack.
T.-'J. McManis, Editor
C. B. Ruffin, Business Manager
L.'D. Belden, Business Manager
C.'C. Garrett, Captain
J. N. Joyner, Manager
R.- G. Stockton, As. Manager
C. 'L. Williams, As. Manager
A. E. Brides, Coach
B. C. Stewart, Captain
R. Drane, Manager
E. F, McCulloch, Jr., As, Mgr.
W! T, Joyner, As. Mgr.
D. ;M. Williams. Captain
Geo. Rutzler, Manager
J. W. Lasley Jr., President
S. R. Carrington, Sec. & Treas.
A. H. Wolfe, President
W. R. EDxMONDS, Vics-L'REsrDtf.vr
J. A. Highsmith, Secretary
S. F. Teague, Treasurer
T. P. Nash, Poet
D. R. Kramer, Statistician
J. R. Nixon, Historian , '
W. H. Ramsaur, Reader Last
Will and Testament
J. M. Reeves, Prophet ?
L. T. Avery, Capt. , Football
Team ; ,
J. H. Boushall, Mgr. Football
B. C. Stewart, President
John Tillett, Vice-president
R. L. Deal, Secretary
Cy. Thompson, Jr., Tkeasuker
G. W. Thompson, Historian
R. T. Webb, Class Representative
J. . W. Cheshire, Mgr. Football
J. S. Cowles, Capt. Football
; .'. ; TeAM :
FIRST YEAR MED. CLASS.
H. Hedgepeth, President
R .Drane, Vice-President
E. C. Cocke, Sec. and Treas.
J. A. Speight, Historian
C. E. Henderson, Surgeon
DIALECTIC1 (Literary, secret) Es
tablished 1795, meets every Saturday
night In the Di Hall.New West Build
PHILANTHROPIC (Literajy, se
cret) Established 1795, meets every
Saturday night in the Phi Hall, New
East Building. ' '
ORDER OF THE GOLDEN
ORDER OF GIMGHOULS, (Se
ORDER OF THE GORGON'S
HEAD, (Secret, Junior).
Delta Kappa Epsilon
' Sigma Nu
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Alpha Tau Omega
Phi Delta Theta
Pi Kappa Alpha
Beta Theta Pi
ELISHA MITCHELL SOCIETY.
A. II. Patterson, Pres.
J. E.Mills, Vice-Pres. k
F. P. Venable, Cok. Sec.
A. S. Wheeler, Rec. Sec.
A. II, Wolfe, r . : c .
11. C. Stewart
F. 1. Barker ' ' '
J. F. Spruill
J. F. Roystek, President
W. S. Bernard, Vice-President
L. R. Wilson, Perm. Secretary,
C. Howard, 'Sect. 'and Treas.
PHI BETA KAPPA.
J. P. Nash, President,
A. II. Wolfe Secretary,
T. J. Wilson, Jr., Treasurer.
The Athletic Store
Invites the students to give it the same
liberal 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, Manager
The Store for
We announce our readiness' to
serve you with the best outfitting
for young men that the country
THE FALL STYLES ARE READY
And every price is a pleasing one.
We will be represented in Chapel
Hill by LARKIN & REEVES
Sneed, Markham, Taylor Co.
Durham, N. C,
UNIVERSITY DRUG. CO.
Carries a full linea of the; best Cigars
Cigarettes, and Tobacco. . Agent for
Two-in-One Safety Razor.- Count on us
o fill your prescriptions promptly..
Sunday Hours: -..:
S to ,.):P,0 A. M., 12 to 2:00 I M.
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KALEKJH, N. C.
Clothiers and Gents' Furnishiers
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