Miss Susan Bynum of Charlotte
is visiting1 her sister Mrs. Archi
Joe Walker is spending a few
days at his home in Graham.
J. W. McGhee and C. B. Stock
ton spent Thursday in Raleigh.
W. T. McLean was in Durham
R. B. Cox has gone to Selma for
a short visit.
J. B. Colvard spent Thursday in
The Tuesday and Thursday
night meeting's of the Y. M. C. A.
were in the form of song services.
A. S. Oliver is on a visit to
Selma. 'V, ;.
Typewriters for rent, Robert W.
R. Thompson Webb left Wednes
day afternoon for Lexington, Va.
Karl Bailey is spending a few;
days at home in Elm City.
The tennis game between Caro
lina and -Washington and Lee,
which was to be played Wednes
day afternoon -was cancelled.
If for any reason' the suits you
have ordered this' fall, do not fit,
call and see me. W. H. Boger of
Varsity Tailoring Co. Fits here
A large crowd of the students
took in the great Thanksgiving
game of football at West End be
tween the negro teams of Chapel
Hill and Durham.
L. N. Morgan is spending a few
days in Goldsboro.
Mr. Buchanan, of Concord, spent
Thanksgiving on the Hill with his
Henry Smith, representing the J.
Van Lindley Co., of Greensboro, will
take your order for all kinds of cut
flowers at very reasonable prices.
Marvin Snider is at his home iu
Salisbury suffering from an attack
S. F. and Claud Teague spent
Thanksgiving iu Raleigh.
A. W.' Graham, Jr., left Wednes
day afternoou for Oxford.
Rev. J. W. Wildman left last
week for Florida. He is expected
Dr. A. H. Patterson will deliver
the second of the series of free lec
tures given under the auspices of
the Moravian Brotherhood in the
Memorial hall of the Salem Aca
demy and College, November 29tb.
His subject will be "Starlaud" and
colored lantern slides will be used.
Next week will be a gay one.
On Thursday night the University
Dramatic Club will present "The
Indian". Immediately after this a
dance will be held in the gymna
sium. Friday night Governor Bob
Taylor will speak and a dance will
The Pickwick Theatre is run
ning in full blast..
George Wood and Fred Drane
spent Thursday in Hillboro.
I. R. Williams returned Thurs
day from a several days stay at
Jim Joy ner attended the A.aud M.
and V. P. I. game.
D. B. Bryan returned yesterday
from a visit to . Klon i College.
Magazine and Yackety Yack
Under the capable editor-in-chief-ship
of the senior class the university
magazine in its first issue gives indi
cation of being a publication of great
credit to the university. Several
times the university magazine has
been classed by other college maga
zines as "one of the best ten college
magazines in America." This is a
standard of attainment that all the
college magazines strive to reach and
if the first issue of the North Carolina
magazine be an average of the issues
this year it will again be in the class
of the ten best.
The university annual, "Yackety
Yack", has been classed by one re
viewer of American college annuals as
one of the three best in America. The
Navy annual was given first place and
the University of North Corolina was
rated third. The J. B. Bell Printing
Company, of Lynchburg, printed the
"Yackety Yack" and count it as their
best advertisement. It was shown by
the company at the summer school of
the University of Virginia as the best
annual yet -issued from a Southern
7 Broke, Broke, Broke.
By I. B. BuhUmI.
Broke, broke, broke,
On thy friendless shoals O debt,
And my creditors cluster around me
To know if my "dough" has come
Oh well for the rafflers of hundreds,
That they jingle their dollars all
Oh well lor the banquet committees
" That they flash Out their coin so
And the fizzing drinks go down
To the haven under belt
But oh for the "chink" of a vanished
And a purse that is fat to be felt.
Broke, broke, broke,
The Pickwick is here but not free
And I have not a dime nor a penny
To pay the small entrance fee.
F. P. Graham, President
O. A. Hamilton, Vice-P resident
L. C. Kerr, Secretary
D. M. Wiluams, Treasurer
VV. H. Ramsaur, President
J. H. Boushau., Vice-President
L. N. Taylor, Secretary
R. T. Webb, Treasurer
E E. Barnett, Gen. Secretary
O. W. Hyman, Editor
j. w. lasley ,
L. N. Morgan
N. S. Plummkr
W. T. Joyner
L. A. Brown
F. P. Barker
L. N. Taylor
A. H. Wolfe, Bus. Manager
C. Thompson, Jr., As. Bus. Mgr.
T. P. Nash, Editor
N. S. Plummer, Assistant Editor
S. R. Carrington
F. E. Winslow
L. N. Taylor
J. M. Reeves
A. E. C. MacRae
C. B. Spicer, Bus. Manager
P. Dickson, As. Bus. Manager
T. J. McManis, Editor
C. B. Ruffin, Business Manager
L. D. Belden, Business Managers
f ":: football. -
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. P, McCulloch, Jr., As, Mgr.
W. TV Joyner, As. Mgr.
D. M. Williams. Captain
Geo. Rutzler, Manager .
J. W. Lasley Jr., President
S. R. Carrington, Skc. & Treas.
' SENIOR CLASS.
A. H. Wolfe, President
W. R. Edmonds, VrCdj-PttEi: r
J. A. Highsmith, Secretary
S. P. 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
J. W. Lasley, Mgr. Tennis Team
B. C. Stewart, President
John Tillett, Vice-president
R. L. Deal, Secretary
Cy. Thompson, Jr., Treasurer
G. W. Thompson, Historian
R. T, Webb, Glass Represkntaw:vk
M. B. Wyatt, Mgr. Tennis 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
DIALECTIC (Literary, secret) Es
tablished 1795, meets every Saturday
night in the Di Hall,New West Build
ing. PHILANTHROPIC (Literary, se
cret) Established 1795, meets every
Saturday night in the Phi Hall, New
ORDER OF THE GOLDEN
ORDER OF GIMGHOULS, (Se
ORDER OF THE GORGON'S
HEAD, (Secret, Junior).
Delta Kappa Epsilon
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.
F. P. Venable, Cor. Sec.
A. S. Wheeler, Rec. Sec.
A. H.Wolfe, chairman
B. C. Stewart
F. P. Barker
J. F. Spruill
J. F. Royster, President
W. S. Bernard, Vice-Presidfnt
L. R. Wilson, Perm. Secretary
C. Howard, Sect, and Treas.
PHI BETA KAPPA.
T. P. Nash, President
A." H. Wolfe Secretary
TV J. Wilson, Jr., Treasurer.
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Southern Life and Trust Co.
with a view of protecting ;
your friend who has loan- ,
ed you money to complete
your education or of
Protecting: Those of
who are advancing" mone'
for that purpose U
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HEAD of the state system of
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. conducted by the students.
Scholarships and loans for the needy and
For information, address
F. P. VENABLE, President,
I Chapel Hill, N.C
The Athletic Store
Invites the students to give itthesam
liberal support in the future as they
have in the past.
We carry a complete line of
Give our manag-er your order for a
pair of Regal Shoes.
J. M. Neville, Manager
1 he 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,