North Carolina Newspapers

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VOL. 18
UNIVERSITY UP NORTH CAROLINA, CIIAI'EL HILL, N. C. , WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1909
NO. 19
OFF ICIAL ORGAN OF '.THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH; CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
ALL STATE PREP ELEVENS
DAVIDSON JOINS THE GROUP
The Harris Woollen Co
Is your , headquarters for Books, Sta
tionery, Soda, Water, Fruits; Candies,
. Cigars, etc.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
A SPECIALTY
See Us. We Treat You Ri
The Yarborough
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
THE MOST PROMISING PL4YERS
FROM LEADING PREP ELEVENS
CHEER UP
And buy a $1.00 pennant at
Kluttz's for $0.75
New assortment just received
A. A. KLUTTZ.
CALL AT
H. H. PATTERSON'S
OPPOSITE THE CAMPUS,
-whr you will find Men's Furnishings, Trunks, Dress
Suit Cases, Carpets, Bugs, ready-made Sheets, Pillow
Cases, ; Towels, Bowl and Pitohers, Kerosene Oils
Heaters, Hardware of all kinds and everything that 1
good to eat.
All goods delivered promptly
CHAPEb HTM.. NORTH CAROLINA
WAEN'IN RALEIGH VISIT THE
TUCKER BUILDING PHARMACY
FOR YOUR DRINKS, SMOKES, Etc.
WE EARNESTLY SOLICIT
a share of your patronage
COLUMBIA LAUNDRY COMPANY
High class launderers, cleaners, dyers
114-116 Fayetteville Street
Greensboro, N. C.
SEVENTEEN PENNIES A DAY
GIVES YOU AN
Oliver Typewriter
OF YOUK OWN
THE BEST i MACHINE
ON. THE BEST PLAN
ASK
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Southern Express Office.,
KIBBONS AND SUPPLIES, FOR ALL
TYPEWRITERS
When in Raleigh visit the
NEW YORK CABLE
the only up-to-date place in Raleigh
Clean, cheap Enough said
13 E. Martin St., Raleigh, N. C.
Bingham of Asheville makes best
showing. Asheville school and
Greensboro have good teams
Greater interest has been taken In
football by the preparatory and high
schools of North Carolina during the
season of 1901) than ever before. All
the leading preparatory schools, except
Oak Ridge, put teams on the gridiron,
wnne ingn scnooi lootbau received a
decided boost. The championship
honors, without doubt, go to Bingham
Cscnool or Asheville. With a compar
atively light team, they went through
the season without a single defeat and
ended the season with a 3 to 0 victory
over Mooney School of Tennessee,
thereby claiming the Southern Prepar
atory School championship. Greens
boro High School had a remarkable
team composed almost entirely of bantam-weights.
Their season was very
successful, closing with a 6 to 0 victory
over the Carolina Freshmen and a 24
to 0 victory over High Point. Horner
Military School had the best team it
has put out in recent years, winning all
the games played and having the goal
line crossed only once. The Asheville
School team was below the high stan
dard of the eleven which represented
that institution last year, but made a
very creditable showing. Warrenton
Hiffh School had a strong team,- but
didn't round into form until late in the
season. Durham High School had
fast and snappy aygregfation. The
Raleigh, Wilmington, High Point,
Rocky Mount, Kinston and Goldsboro
High Schools, Donaldson Military
Academy of Fayetteville and theBing
ham School of Mebane were represent
ed by good teams.
In the selection of the All-State
Prep, team, we have exercised as much
care, as possible in order to give every
team and man a fair show. Owmr to
the fact that we have not seen all the
learns in action we have been compelled
to call upon the coaches of ihe respec
tive teams and to relv to a considera
ble extent on their judgment and news
paper reports of the game played. We
hplieve that the first eleven is the
strongest team that can be selected
The second eleven, while almost as
heavy,is not quite the equal of the first
selection in all-round make-up. ihe
third v eleven, oh account of lack of
weight and experience, is not as strong
and aggressiue as the second.
Fikst Elevkn
End Harkins, Horner,
Tackle Leak, Bingham,
Guard Barco, Bingham,
Center Stoll, Asheville School,
Guard Parker Warrenton,
Tackle Newsom, Horner,
End Broadfoot, Donaldson,
Quarter McGee. Bingham,
Half Hendrix, Greensboro,
Half Ainslee, Asheville School,
Full Hancock, Horner.
Second Elevkn
End Hickman, Bingham,
Tackle Hart, Bingham,
Guard WTood, Asheville School,
Center Pitt, Warrenton,
Guard Gooch, Horner,
(Concluded ou fourth pagw)
N. C. WINS ANNTHER MATCH
WITHOUT LOSING ANYTHING
Nine sets out of ten and this one
lost in doubles. Carolina men
too strong for Davidson f.
The Tennis team of the University
of North Carolina added another
stone to the foundation of its claims
for the championship honors in Dav
idson last Friday and Saturday
Both teams entered into the match
with confidence and respect for their
opponents. Davidson had just won
from Trinity and Carolina had a long
string of victories already to credit.
In the doubles, which were played
Friday afternoon, Davidson was rep
resented by Messrs. Crawford and
McClintock, the same men who played
on her team last year. The evening
was a tine one tor tennis and a large
crowd witnessed the contest. In spite
of these conditions, however, the play
ing of neither side was up to their
usual standard. Both sides
well but both missed many
chance. Carolina won bv
work at the net. The score:
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The McAdoo
M. W. Sterne, - - - - Phopkiktor.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
The Past Three Years the Most Successful
in Its History.
Dave W. Levy,
The
smashed
an easy
speedy
Carolina 7 - 6-3-6
Davidspn 5-4-6-2
In the singles which were played
Saturday afternoon Davidson chose to
to have Ven able play Crawford and
Fountain, .., McClintock. In spite of
the poor exhibition the evening before
there was a good crowd along the
alleys. Both teams in the singles
showed a reverse of form and the
playing was exceedingly speedy.
Both matches were concluded in one
hour and fifteen minutes.
In the first match,between Venable
and Crawford, Venable won easily
altho the playing was swift to the last
The scoi e:
Venable 6-6-6
Crawford 0 - 3 - 1
In the singles between Fountain
and McClintock the playing was es
pecially fierce in the first set. Foun
tain tried to take the net on every
point and McClintock passed him with
remarkable success. After this first
set tho McClintock became wild and
Fountain won the last twe sets with
out losing a game.
The score:
Fountain 6-6-6
McClinock 4-0-0
The Carolina men report that while
at Davidson they were most hospi
tably treated in every respect.
Tailor,
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA n
A. O. Pickard & L. DeK. Betden,
College Agents.
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UNIVERSITY
OF LOUISIANA
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
77th Annual Session opens October 1, 1910. Four
years' course; unexcelled laboratory and clinical fa
cilities. Dormitory for medical students In flirt two
years.: .
Opportunities for Clinical Instruction Un-.
surpassed by Any University in
the United States
Fees Average" About 9150 per session
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY
Established in 1888. Two graded courses of 82 weks
for degree of Ph.C. Food and drug analysis for stu
dents prepared. ; Women admitted on same terms as
men.
For Catalogs, address
Dr. Isadore Dyer, Dean,
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Memorial Services
A Memorial Service in honor of
Judge James Cameron MacRae,
late dean of the law department
will be held in Gerrard Hall next
Sunday. Ex-Chief Justice James
F. Shepherd will preside. The
principal address will be delivered-
by Justice Walker. Mr. W. H.
Grimes will speak for the old stud
ents and Dr. Thos. Ruffin will
speak for the present law faculty.
Some student from the law class
will speak on behalf of the law
students.
WE ACCOMODATE YOU IN
ANY WAY
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75 cents and $1.00 per dozen
Roses white, pink, and red
$1.50 and $2.00 per dozen
American Beauty
$2.00 to $4.00 per dozen
Lilies of the valley, 75 cents per dozen
Double Violets, $1.00 per hundred
Narcissus, Extra Fine, 50 cents
Sweet Peas white, pink (mostly
pink) 50 cents per bunch
J. Van Lindley Nursery Comp'y
Greensboro and Pomona, N. C
HENRY SMITH, COLLEGE AGT.
    

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