Rev., J W; Wiklman has return
ed from a visit to Florida.
J. A. Leitch has returned from
a visit to Rowland.
Edwin B. Davis, of Moranton,
ex 1911. is spending a few1 days on
John Lasley returned Monday
nijfht fron a trip to Hurlinton.
Lee Cooper has returned from
his home at Graham.
A. F. Ross has left college on
account of his eyesight.
Dr. F. P. Venable has one to
All the secretaries of County,
High School, and College Clubs,
should hand lists of their members
and officers to John Boushall for
the Yackety Yack. This should
be done at once.
Miss Sadie Thomas, of Charlotte,
arrived in the city Monday night
and is the guest of Mrs. Chas. S.
Typewriters tor rent, Robert W.
Rev. W. R Royal has returned
f-om the Conference. His many
friends will be glad to hear that
he has been sent back to Chapel
Hill for another year. .
Don t forget the Dramatic Club
The National Civic Federation
lias chosen Dr. Charles Lee Raper,
professor of economics, to be a
member of a committee of six to
meetin Washington City early in
January for the purpose of making
recommendation to Congress of.
uniform tax laws.
If for any reason the suits you
have ordered this fall do not fit,
.call-ami see me.' W. H. Boger of
Varsity Tailoring Co. Fits here
Henry Smith, representing the J.
Van Lindley Co., of Greensboro, will
take your order for all kinds of cut
flowers at very reasonable prices. ,
In the Phi Hall Friday night
there was an interesting debate on
the query, Resolved. That Con
gress should appropriate funds for
Aerial Navigation. The affirma
tive side won and Mr. E. W.
Turlington was the best speaker.
Saturday night the query, Resolved,
Th;tt the inter-society debaters
should be elected on a competitive
basis a the Varsity debaters are.
The decision went to the negative,
C. K. Burgess making the best
In the Di Hall Saturday Night
tbe final contest of the Freshmen
debate was held. The four best
men from the affirmative side of
the question "Were selected in a
contest Thursday night and four
from the negative were selected in
a similar contest Friday night.
These eigh t meiynet Saturday nigh t
and debated the query, Resolved;
That aside from the constitution
ality of the question, a Federal in
come tax should be levied. It is
said that this was the best fresh
man debate ever heard in the Di
Hall. The reioinders were speci
ally sirony. Messrs. Walker, Bus-
bee, Woltz, and Scott represented
the affirmative, Messrs. ' Bivens,
Mebane, Wiggins, and Kussell up
held the negative. The affirmative
won and R. W. Scott won the prize
of ten dollars.
F. P. Gkaham, President
O. A. Hamilton, Vice-Pkesident
L. C. Kerk, Secketary
D. M. Williams, Treasurer
W. 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. Plummer
W. T. Joyner
L. A. Brown
F. P. Barker
L. N. Taylor
A. H. Wolfe, Bus. Manager
0. 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 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. Eo.VIOVDi, VlZA-S.i SitDSXC
J. A. Highsmith, Secretary
S. F. Teague, Treasurer
T P. Nash, Poet
D. R. Kramer, Statistician
J. R. Nixon, Historian
W. II. Ramsaur, Reader Last
Will and Testament
J. M. Reeves, Prophet
J. W. Lasley, Mgr. Tennis Team
B. C. Stewart, President
John Tillett, Vick-presjdent
R. L. Deal, Secretary
Cy. Thompson, Jr., Treasurer
G.W. Thompson, Historian
R. TWebb, Class Represkntatvk
M. B. Wyatt, Mgr. Tennis Team
FIRST YEAR MED. CLASS.
H. Hedgepeth, President
R. Drane, Vice-President
E. C. Cocke, Sec. andTrkas.
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 i , ;.v,:,,'::-" ' '
PHILANTHROPIC (Literary, se
cret) Established 1795, meets every
Saturday night in the Phi Hall, New
ORDER OP 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. H. 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
T. J. Wilson, Jr., Treasurer.
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your friend who has loan
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your education or of
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for that purpose
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The University stands for thoroughnesp
and all that is best in education and thv
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,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
The Athletic Store
Invites the students to give itthe sam
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 t
for young men that the country
THE FALL STYLES ARE READY
And every price is a pleasing one.
We will be represented in Chapel
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