Play by the Dramatic Club
(Continued from tirst. page)
the various committees. His statement
was discouraging, not to say disap
pointing. The regular chapel services were
dispensed with on Wednesday. After
a further report from the treasurer of
the Athletic Association as to the
progress made in clearing the debt, the
three upper classes were dismissed and
a meeting of the Freshmen held, the
purpose of which was to get 1913 to
raise higher its average contribution
towards paying the debt.
With Other Colleges
Oxford, N. C, Nov., 20, Tlie foot
ball season has closed here. A game
had been scheduled witli Durham High
School for today, but this was can
celed owing to objections fro'n the
Durham people. However, in the
tjfamts so fiir played Horner:; lias al
ways shown up well, winning each
game. The game with Durham Y
M. C. A. resulted in a victory for the
cadets by a score of 16 to 0. The first tlie college chapel on the first Tuesday
W.rrontnn tra.no went , ITornor bv after the first Monday in May
same way by 5 to 0. The next ame BOYb I See "Long" Bill Jones
. - - -
was with Bingham of Meoane, when for Pressing and Cleaning:.. Work
Horner again won 12 to 5. These done satisfactorily. $1.00 per month
were all the games k played, -Horner s Repairing and darning neatly done at
total score being 44 points to their op- small extra cost. Shop'in rear of Kluttz
ponents 7. No injury other than that Building.
I 2. Each vear the name of the winner
will be engraved upon the cup. Should
it be won three times in succession by
any student it will become his proper-
3. The nature of the work submicted
will be determined by the following
classification. One entry only will be
made for each of the first two divis
ions; there may be one, two or three
eutries for the third division. ,
A. (a) Special article; (b) special
news story; (c) general news letter.
Approximate length, 2500 words.
D. (a) Editorial; (b)informal essay;
(c) book review. Length 500 to 1000
C. (a) Verse; (b) sketches (descrip
tions or narrative); (c) miscellaneous.
Length: no single entry to be over '200
4. All material will be handed in
to the he'rt'd of Uk- English .department
by April 1. .'..'.''
5. The award' will be' made by
April 30, by a committee of. three se
lected from editors of North Carolina
papers. l lie award win oe maqe in
UNIVERSITY; OP" VIRGINIA
n- University P.O.. Ya. 7
EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D', PRESIDENT
The College , . .
Offers four year courses, which can be selected from a large number of sub
jects, leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science
Cultural or vocational. :
The Department of Graduate Studies
Offers the degrees of Master of Arts and Master of , Science, and Doctor of
Philosophy. " f
The Department of Law
Offers a three year course leading to the , degree of Bachelor of Law.
The Department of Medicine
Offers a four year course leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
The Department of Engineering m
Offers four year courses leading to the degrees of Civil Engineer, Mining En
gineer, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, and Chemical Engineer.
Loan Funds Available? Expenses Reduced to 9 Minimum
HOWARD WINSTON, Registrar
of a tnfltntr nature has happened to
any member of the team and, all in all,
the game has been quite popular
among the students.
Elon Collegre, Nov. 20. The Francis
Asbury Palmer fund, a fund which is
worth $2,000,000, left in the. hands of
thirteen trustees by the late Francis
Asbur'y Palmer of New York City, has
vntfd the rnlleo-c fti SOD for cnrrpnr Cigarettes,
o- -1 ,.
L j ' . ' . 1 " rr
penses aunnsr ine coming year. 1 nis
money will be available the first day
of January. This is not the first time
the Palmer board has shown its in
terest in Elon College. t Last year the
board appropriated $500 and previous
3cars sums have been given, but the
appropriation this year is the largest
one received yet. During Mr. Pal
mer's life he manifested a great in
terest in Elon and at his death left
$30,000 as a permanent endowment to
President Moffitt is this week at
tending the Western North Carolina
Conference which met at Graham, in
this county. Wednesday afternoon he
addressed the conference on the
"Status and needs of Elon College,"
outlining his policy for raising the
Last week Mr. W. Z. Atkinson, of
Cardenas, gave the president $500 on
this endowment, this making a total
of $10,000 raised to date.
Mebane, N C, Nov. 20 The ten
nis team is in splendid shape, and
games are likely to be played with the
fo lowing schools and colleges: Cha
pel Hill, Horner Military School, Elon
College and others. The tennis club
has an exceedingly large number of
members this year. ,
The Preston Memorial Gup
; Stipulations governing the award of
the Ben Smith Preston Memorial Cup
for journalistic work in the Universi
ty of North Carolina:
1. The cup will be awarded annual
ly to the undergraduate student who
during the months September to April
has done the best work of a journalis
tic nature. . . .
Doctor William Lynch,
Office in K him Nrrl - CHAPEL JUL
UNIVERSITY DRUG CO.
Carries a full linea of. the best Cigars
and Tobacco. ;. Agent : for
iwo-in-une naiety; itazor.- uiunfon us
to fill your prescriptions promptly.
8 to 9:30 A. M.,' 12 to 2:0() P. M.
E.M ERR ITT, Manager
HE College Tavern. Happy hours.
Splendid chaps. Old romances,
The Turkish Cigarette of
distinction. A blend of mild,
mellow, full-flavored tobacco
exquisitely pleasing to the ttoste.
' The American Tobacco Co.
,n 1 ne curvea iiik ieea
!i which rrcvents air cx-
pandeu by the heat of your
fj uujy win. . 1 pen is in your
pocket Jrom lorcing ink
into the cap-no in kin
yourfipgers -no wiping
nt barrel before sou can
use Cue Parker.
Tho PARKER la cle.nly-
becauae of the Lucky Curve
It a a regular little ' helpful
la the cus room.
tCU r ONE FROM YOUR f
E A different
It's an Ryeta'most
A !, conserva-
ARROW tive style
Collar H 15c.-2for25c.
JjS Cnett, PeabodjrA
' Company, Mitkerg ;
The Holla day Stud
"COLE AND HOLLADAY"
Gallery will be open every Wednesday of each week,
beginning Wednesday, October 28th. HIGH GRADE
WORK ONLY. Prices reasonable. A. fine set of
views of the campus and building-s on sale at all times
GALLERIES AT BOTH DURHAM AND 6HAPEL HILL
University of Pennsylvania
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
1910. The courxi'
lent. The Ono Hundred and Forty-fifth Session will begin September, 23
w of instruction, extending over four annual sessions of eight and one-half
ght and one-half
with the funda-
monthseach, is a carefully graded and eminently practical one. berinnine
.,.....!..! I... I 1 1 . i .. . " 6
.u. -..uu umiiwra wiui mil laooracory exercises, proceeding through a comprehensive sys
te.n of clinical instruction in wtnch ward and budsido instruetiou and individual work on
t he part cf the students form a Iargt? part, and terminating in tho Fourth Year with the
imigm.Kiiit of students as clinical clerks in the Hospital. . A large proportion (more than
JO p r c.Mit. ) of the graduating classes secure positions 'as internes in hospitals'
Entranc renirements embraciMi minimum of two years of college work Including two
languages other than English (French or German must be one of these) and at least one
year of study with appropriate laboratory work in Physics, General Biology or Zoology and
General and Inorganic Chemistry (including Qualitative Analysis).
For Further information, apply to the '
, Dean of the School of Medicine, Univer.ity af Pennsylvania. Philadelphia.
High class motion pictures, change daily-open 6 to 1 1 -Illustrated S