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T is with pleasure that the Board of Editors for '93 present
the fourth issue of "The Hellenian." It has been a
work of much labor and anxiety, but we forget all when
we think of the many expressions of commendation, con-
gratulation, etc., which shall be accorded us by the blood-
thirsty searchers for our scalps. While such aforesaid
expressions are to be appreciated, the Board desire to state
that it is their intention not to experience them — innocence
being our plea.
" We'll never do so any more."
Rah ! rah ! rah !
White and blue
Vive la ! vive la !
N. C. U.
White and blue.
Hon. JULIAN S. CARR,
~S S e5 S ^
AND WHEN BUILT.
" Old West," 1824.
" New East," 1859.
Old East," October 12, 1793, Cor. Stone laid.
" South," 1798, Cor. Stone laid.
Gerrard Hall," 1822.
"Smith Hall," 1852. "New West," 1859.
Person Hall." "Memorial Hall," 1887.
"Medical Hall," i8gi. "Gymnasium," 1885.
UNI^ZERSITV OF= NORTH CTXROL-IISK.
Gov. ELIAS CARR, Ex-officio, President.
SIDNEY M. FINGER. Ex-officio.
A. B. ANDREWS,
RICHARD H. BATTLE,
WM. H. DAY,
\VM. E. HILL,
CHARLES B. AYCOCK,
W. H. S. BURGWYN,
JNO. D. CL'RRIE,
W. T. FAIRCLOTH,
JNO. W. GRAHAM,
W. D. BLACK, D. D.,
J. H. CORDON,
THOS. J. JARVIS, L. L. D.
WM. J. PEELE,
K. P. BATTLE, L. L. D.,
R. M. FURMAN,
PALL B. MEANS,
THOS. H. PRITCHARD, D. D.
JNO. E. WOODWARD,
Ex-Gov. THOMAS M. HOLT,
CHAS. D. McIVER,
JOHN MANNING, L. L. D.,
SOL. C. WEIL,
WM. C. RIDDICK,
FR.ANK S. SPRUILL,
J. L. STEWART,
S. McD. TATE,
JAMES W. TODD,
RICHARD H. LEWIS, M. D.
W M. MEBANE,
J. D. MURPHY,
W. L. SAUNDERS, L. L. D.,
Z. B. YANCE, L. L. D.,
JOSEPH A. BITTING,
JULIAN S. CARR,
JNO. M. GALLOWAY,
JAS. H. HORNER, L. L. I
A. M. LEWIS,
A. D. BETTS,
CHARLES A. COOK,
GEO. DAVES, L-L. D.,
JNO. A. GILMER,
H. A. GUDGER,
C. M. COOKE,
RUFUS A. DOUGHTON,
HAM. C. JONES,
PATRICK L. MURPHY,
WM. D. PRUDEN,
R. L. BEALL. M. D.,
G. S. BRADSHAW,
FABIUS H. BUSBEE,
JNO. W. FRIES,
THOS. S. KENAN,
RICHARD H. BATTLE, Sec'y and Tieas.
THOS. W. MASON,
LEE S. OVERMAN,
JNO. C. SCARBOROUGH,
DAVID G. WORTH.
W. S. LONG,
H. c. McMillan,
R. B. PEEBLES,
FRANK D. WINSTON.
ROBT. W. SCOTT,
WALTER L. STEELE, L. L. D.
J. R. STR.AYHORN,
GEO. N. THOMPSON,
H. D. WILLIAMSON.
J. A. McIVER.
A. H. MERRITT,
JNO. W. STARNES,
JAS. W. WILSON.
A. B. ANDREWS,
RICHARD H. BATTLE,
Gov. ELIAS CARR, Chairman Ex-offiiio.
S. M. FINGER, JNO. W. GRAHAM,
RICHARD H. LEWIS,
JULIAN S. CARR,
THOS. S. KENAN,
JNO. C. SCARBOROUGH.
•^i- F= H C \J L- T V. 1^
Presidext and Professor of Political and Social Sciexce.
GEORGE TAYLOE WINSTON, LL. D.
Stiulent, U. N. C, 1866-68. B. Litt., Cornell, 1874. A.M.,
Davidson College. Instructor Math., Cornell, 1874-75. Assistant
Professor Literature, U. N. C, 1875-76. Professor Latin and Ger-
man, 1876-S5. Professor Latin, 1885-91. President, U. N. C, 1S91.
President N. C. Teachers' Assembly, 1879-8S. LL. D., Trinity Col-
lege, N. C. Phi. vSoc. X. *. Fraternity.
Processor of History,
KEMP PLUMMER BATTLE, LL. D.
A. B., U. N. C, 1S49. Tutor Math., 1850-54. A. M., 1S52,
LL. D. Lawyer, 1854-75. Member Convention, 1S61. President
Chatham R. R. President State Agricultural Society. State Treas-
urer. Author. President U. N. C, i875-'9i. Professor History,
Professor of General .\xd Axalvtical Chemistry,
FRANCIS PRESTON VENABLE, Ph. D.
University Virginia, 1874. University of Bonn, 1879. A. M.,
Ph. D, University Gottingen, 1881. Attended University of Berlin,
1889. Fellow London Chemical Society. Member German Chemi-
cal Society, American Association for Advancement of Science,
American Public Health Association. Has published papers in the
following periodicals : American Journal Analytical Chemistry,
Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society Journal, Journal of American
Chemical Society, North Carolina Medical Journal, London Chemi-
cal News, Berichte der Deutschen Chcmischer Gesellschaff, Chemi-
ker-Zeitung, American Journal of Science. Author "Qualitative
Chemical Analysis." Chemist to N. C. Geological Survey, N. C.
Board of Health. Phi. Soc. -\. K. E. Fraternity.
Professor of Gh:ology .\xd Mineralogy,
JOSEPH AUSTIN HOLMES.
B. S. Cornell, 1S74. .State Geologist.
Assistant Professor of Geology and Mineralogy.
IN" charge of the department.
A. B., Harvard, 1S89. Student U. N. C, 1880-81. Principal
Waynesville Academy, 1881-83. Teacher in Wilson Graded .Schools,
1883-85 ; Superintendent, 1885-86. Student at Marine Biological
Laboraton.-, Annisquan, 1885 ; Harvard, 18S6-92. Assistant Geolo-
gist, U. S. Geological Survey, 1SS6. A. B., Harvard, 18S9. .\ssist-
ant in Geology-, Harvard, 1SS8-90. Instructor in Summer School of
GeologT,-, Harvard, 1S91. Instructor in Geologj- and Paleontology,
Mass. Institute of Technology,-, 1890-92. Lecturer in Boston Uni-
versity, 1891-92. Assistant Professor of Geologi.-, U. N. C, 1892.
EBEN ALEXANDER, Ph. D.
Professor of Greek Language and Literature.
A. B., Yale, 1893. Ph- D- (honorarj-), Mary-ville College, 1886.
Instructor in Ancient Languages, Universit}- Tennessee, 1873-77.
Professor Ancient Languages, University Tennessee, 1877-S6. Pro-
fessor Greek, University North Carolina, 18S6. Minister to Greece,
1893. Di. Soc. t. T. Skull and Bones.
WILLIAM CAIN, C. E.,
Professor of Mathematics and Engineering.
Graduated N. C. IVIilitarj- and Polytechnic Institute, 1866,
Active Engineering Work, 1S66 - 74. Professor Mathematics,
Engineering, Carolina Military Institute, 1874-S0. Railway Loca-
ing, 1880-82. Professor Mathematics and Engineering, S. C. Mili-
tar\^ Academy, ,1882-89. Professor Mathematics and Engineering,
U. N. C, 18S9. Has written several treatises on " Arches, Bridges,
and Retaining Walls." Contributor to Van Nostrand's Magazine and
other Scientific Journals. Mem. Am. Soc. C. E. Phi. Soc.
JOSHUA WALKER GORE, C. E.
Professor of Natural Philosophy.
Richniood College, 1S71-73. C. E. University Virginia, 1875
Fellow in Mathematics, Johns-Hopkins University, 1S76-7S. Pro-
fessor Natural Science, South-Western Baptist University, 1878-81.
Assistant Professor Mathematics, University Virginia, 18S1-S2.
Professor Natural Philosophy, University NortJi Carolina, 1882.
Phi. Soc. K. A. (Southern).
Hon. JOHN MANNING, I.. L. D.,
Professor of Law.
A. B. University North Carolina, 1850— .'\. M., LL. D., 1883.
General Assembly. Member Convention, 1861. Member Congress
1S71-73. Convention to Codify Statute Laws of N. C, iSSi. Pro-
fessor Law, U. N. C, 18S2. Phi. Soc.
Rev. THOMAS HUME, D. D., L. L. D.
Professor of English Language .-iND Literature.
A. B., Richmond College. A. M., Richmond College. Gradu-
uatc University of Virginia. D. D., Richmond College. L.L.D.,
Wake Forest College. Professor Latin and English, Chespeake
College. Principal of Petersburg, (Va.l Classical Institute. Prin-
cipal of Roanoke Female College. Professor of Latin and English,
Norfolk College. Author of " Hints and Side Lights to the Study
of Shakespeare," and many other pamphlets, etc.
WALTER DALLAM TOY, M. A.
Professor of Modern L.anguages.
University Virginia, M. A., 1882. University Leipsic, 1883,
University Berlin, 1883-S4. .University France (la Sorbonne),
Paris, 1885. College de France, Paris, 1885. Author text books.
Phi. Soc. X. *. Fraternit}-.
RICHARD HENRY WHITTEHEAD, M. D.,
Professor of Anatomv and Materia Medica.
A. B., Wake Forrest College. M. D., University Virginia.
Phi. Soc. K. A. Fraternity.
Rev. HENRY HORACE WILLIAMS, A.M., B. D.
Professor of Mental .\nd Moraj, Sciektce.
A. M., U. N. C, 1883. B. D., Yale, 1S88. Williams Fellow,
Harvard, 1SS9. Professor Mental and Moral Science, U. N. C,
1890. Member Harvard Philosophic Club. Phi. Soc. *. K. 2.
HENRY VAN PETERS WILSON, Ph. D,,
Professor of Physiology and Biology.
A. B., Johns-Hopkins, 1883. Ph. D., Johns-Hopkins, 1888.
Member Johns-Hopkins Alunmi Association. Member American
Society Naturalists. Member American Morphological Society.
Member Boston Society Natural History.
KARL POMEROY HARRINGTON, A. M.,
Professor Latin Languages and Literature.
A. B., Wesleyan University, 1882. A. M., Wesleyan Univer-
sity, 1885. Student, University Berlin, 18S7-S9. Travelled and
studied in Italy and Greece, 1889] Graduate Student, Yale Univer-
sity, 1890-91. Teacher Greek and Latin, Public High School,
Westfield, Mass., 1S82-85. Professor Latin, Wesleyan Academy,
18S5-87. Latin Tutor, Wesleyan University, 1889-91. Professor of
Latin, University N. C, 1891. Author " Helps to the Intelligent
Study of College Preparatory Latin." Editor loth edition of die
Songs of the Psi Upsilon Fraternity, t. T. Mystic Seven 'I'.B. K-
Instructor in Mathematics and Drawing,
HOWARD BURTON SHAW, A. B., B. E.
A. B., U. N. C, 1890. B. E., 1891. Instructor Mathematics,
1890-2-3. Assistant Professor Drawing and Surveying, 1892-93.
Z. *. Fraternity.
Instructor-Assistant in Chemistry,
B. S., U. N. C, 1892. Student, University Mississippi, iSSS.
University Virginia, 1889. Vanderbilt University, 1890. Phi. Soc.
A. K. E. Fraternity.
Assistant in Physicai< Laboratory,
Phi Soc. Z. *. Fraternitv-
Assistant ix Chemical Laboratory.
ARTHUR J. EDWARDS.
Assistant in Geological Laboratory,
CHARLES HENRY WHITE.
Vanderbilt University, 1887-S8. University of Nashville,
1885-88. U. N. C, 1892. Di. Soc.
Instructor in English Language and Literature,
HENRY JEROME STOCKHARD.
Clkss of= '93
Ferguson. Busbee. Walser. Hoke. Koonce. Austin. Snow. Gaither.
Moye. Rondthaler. Wooten. Edwards. Wilson. McFadyen. Cheek. Willard. Barnard.
Pugh. Gilmer. Whitlock. Biggs. Jones. Davis. Harding. Andrews
SENIOR •*• CI-KSS
J. CRAWFORD BIGGS, President.
MICHAEL HOKE, I'ice- President.
VICTOR E. WHITLOCK, Secretary.
E. PAYSON WILLARD, Foel.
HOWARD E. RONDTHALER, Historian.
F. C. HARDING, Orator.
W. P. WOOTEX. Prophet.
|i«Mutbttrtl llccor&a, (Class cf '93.
In the following reccirds are given : i — Course taken in College.
4 — Offices held, etc. 5 — -Age at graduation, height, weight.
.\xnRRws, Alexander Bovd. Jr.,
B. Lit. Law. Dialectic Sec. 2. .\. K., Elisha Mitchell,
Shakespeare Club, German Club, Univ. Press Assoc. Class
y Historian, '89-92, Sub. Ball Manager, '93, Bus. Manager " Tar
Heel," '93, Washingingtou's Birthday Pres.,'93. 20 years, 5
feet 8^4^ inches, 150 pounds.
Austin, S.\MnEL Francis,
A. B. Law. Philanthropic Soc. Shakespeare Club, N. C.
Hist. Soc. " Rep. Speaker '92, Inter Soc. Debater '91. 23 years,
5 feet 8 inches, 135 pounds.
Barnard, .Alfred Smith,
B. S. Law. Dialectic Soc. li. e. n., Gerinan Club. F. B.
Team, Quarter-back, '9i-'93, Captain, '93-'94.'Sub. Marsha!, '92.
" Hellenian " Editor, '93. 19 years, 5 feet S inches, 155 lbs.
BiGGS, James Crawford,
Ph. B. Law. Philanthropic Soc. /.. t., Ginighoul, V. M.
C. A., Shakespeare Club, Pres. German Club, '92-'93. Class
■vHistorian, '90-91,' Class Pres. ,'93, 'Chief Marshall, '92, End Rush
F. B. Team, '9i-'93, Greek Prize, '91,' Editor-in-Chief "Hel-
lenian," '92, "Tar Heel," '93. 20 years, 5 feet 9^4^ inches, 150 lbs.
Ph. B. Law. Philanthropic Soc. Z. t., Ginighoul. Shakes-
peare Club, German Club, Univ. Press .\ssoc., B. B. Team, '89.
Captain B. B. Team, '9i-'93. "Hellenian" Editor, '93. Sub.'
Ball Manager '90. "Tar Heel" Editor, '93. 21 years, 5 feet
6 inches, 134 pounds.
2 — Chosen Profession. 3 — Membership in various College Organizations.
Cheek, John Morgan,
A. B. Teaching. Dialectic Soc. *. V. A. Sec. Shakes-
peare Club, '93. N. C. Hist. Soc Univ. Press Assoc. Latin
Certif., '91, Psychology Thesis Prize, '91, Chief ISIarshaL'gi,
Magazine Editor, '93. 24 years, 5 feet 9 inches, 135 pounds.
D.wis, Robert Mavo,
A. B. Teaching. Philanthropic Soc. *. I". A. 24 years,
5 feet 5 inches, 140 pounds.
EDW.4RDS, Arthur Joseph.
B. S. Undecided. Dialectic Soc. Shakespeare Club, Elisha
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Y. M. C. A. N. C. Hist. Soc. Asst. Chem.
Lab., '93. High-jump, '90. 22 years, 5 feet 6'< inches, 133
Ferguson, Herbert Reeves
B. S. Law. Dialectic vSoc. N. C. Hist. Soc. B. B. Team, '91.
Rep. Speaker, '91, Essayist's Medal Di. Soc. ',91, R. H. B. F. B.
Tcam,'89-'90-'9i. 22 years, 6 feet, 175 pounds.
Gaither, James F.
B. S. Chemist. -. X., Jcrrj- Goljlin, Shakespeare Club.
■* Sub. Ball Manager, '91. 22 years, 5 feet S inches, 170 pounds.
Harding, Fordvce Cunninggim,
Ph. B. Law. Ph lanthropic Soc. Shakespeare Club.
Inter-Soc. Debater, '90. 'Rep. Speaker, '92, Class Orator, '93,
Pres. Y. M. C. A.,'93-'94. 24 years, 5 feet 7 inches, 133 pounds.
B. E. Medicine. Philanthropic Soc. *. A. O., Gimghoul.
Chief Ball Manager, '91— B. B. Team, '92— Glee Club, '92, Capt.
F. B. Team, '92-'93. Vice-Pres. German Club, '93. Vice-Pres.
Class, '93. "Hellenian" Editor, '93. iS years, 5 feet lojif
inches, 161 pounds.
Jones, James Archibald,
A. B. Teaching. Philanthropic Soc. Shakespeare Club. N.
C. Hist. Soc. Special Certif. Math. 23 years, 5 feet, 11,34'
inches, 156 pounds.
KooNCE, Alexander Hamilton,
A. B. Law. Philanthropic Soc. Shakespeare Club. Y. M.
C. A. Inter-Soc. Debater, '92. Rep. Speaker, '92. Magazine
Editor, '92-'93. 23 years, 5 feet 9 inches, 120 pounds.
McFadyen, Archie Hendon,
B. Lit. Geologist. Philanthropic Soc. G. H. O. S. T. S.
23 years, 5 feet S inches, 160 pounds.
MoYE, Elbert A. Jr.,
Ph. B. Medicine. Philanthropic Soc. 1". X., Shakespeare
Club. German Club. Sec. Class, '89-92. B. B. Team, '92-'93.
Bus. Manager "Hellenian," '92. Winner Mile Race '91. 23
years, 5 feet S^ inches, 160 pounds.
PuGH, James Thomas,
A. B. Undecided. Philanthropic Soc. Shakespeare Club.
R. T. F. B. Team, '92. Editor Magazine '93. 19 years, 5 feet
I0J4 inches, iSo pounds.
Rondthaler, Howard Edward,
Ph. B. Ministry. Dialectic Soc. -. .\. K. Gimghoul,
Elisha Mitchell Soc. Pres. Y. M. C. A.,'92. Intcr-Soc. Debater,
'91, Bus. Manager Magazine, '9l-'92. Bus. Manager Glee Club,
'9i-'92. Treas. Shakespeare Club, '93. Pres. Univ. Press Assoc,
'93. "Hellenian" Editor, '93. Class Historian, '93. Sec'yChemi-
cal Journal Club, '93. 21 years, 5 feet, 155 pounds.
Snow, William Boylan,
Ph. B. Law. Philanthropic Soc. Z. t. Gimghoul. Y. M.
C. A., Glee Club, '92. Sub. Ball Manager, '91. Sub. Marshar92.
Leader German Club Spring, '93. Introductory Orator Wash-
ington's Birthday, '93. 20 years, 5 feet 8% inches, 150 pounds.
WaLSER, Zenobian Ilmer,
B. Lit. Undecided. Dialectic Soc. Shakespeare Club. Y. M.
C. A. Rep. Speaker, '91. Essayists Medal, '92. 19 years, 5 feet
1 1 inches. 153 pounds.
Whitlock, Victor E.
Ph. B. Law. Dialectic Soc. *. P. A. Shakespeare Club.
Univ. Press Assoc, Glee Club, '93. Sub. Ball Manager, '90.
Class Sec. ,'93. Special Certificate Math, and French, '93. 18
vears, 5 feet 7 inches, 134 pounds.
Willard, Edward Payson,
Ph. B. Medicine. Dialectic Soc, Gimghoul. A. K. E. B. B.
Team, '91. Glee Club, '92. Pres. Glee Club, '93. Class Poet,
'89-93. Editor Magazine, '9i-'92. Editor " Hellenian," '9i-'93.
Winner Tennis Tournament, '92. 20 years, 5 feet 8}4 inches,
Wilson, Edward M.
A. B. Publisher. Dialectic Soc. Shakespeare Club. Y. M.
C. A. N. C. Hist. Soc. 21 years, 6 feet 2'/, inches, 16S pounds.
Wooten, Willi.^m Preston,
Ph. B. Law. Philanthropic Soc, Shakespeare Club. De-
caimer's Medal, '91. Rep. Speaker, '92. Math. Medal, '92. Special
ial Certif. Math. Magazine Editor, '93. "Tar Heel" Editor, '93.
Sub. Centre F. B. Team, '92. Prophet Class, '93. 20 years, 6 feet
2>-2 inches, 184 pounds.
CL-KSS ••• OI= •?• 'NINETY-FOUR
Garnet and Old Gold.
"In Luck we Trust."
Rip! Rip! Rip!
Roar ! Roar ! Roar !
G. R. LITTLE, Presideul.
E. M. SNIPES, I'ke-President.
W. R. KENAN, Secretary.
J. L. GILMER, Treasurer.
T. B. LEE, Historian.
W. F. H.A.RDING, Orator.
J. \V. YATES, Poet.
©litaa WoW itrtb llcccr^s.
ATKINSON, Hugh Hamilton, .\shevillc.
2. .v. E. O. H. Di. Soc. Shakespeare Club. Elisha Mitchell
Sc. Soc Declaimer's Medal, Di. Soc, '92.
Barnes, Leslie Edwin, Wilson.
Brawlev, Espy \V.\tts, Mooresville.
Brown, Thomas Evans Westman, Asheville.
P.. H. n., Di. Soc. Sub-Marshal Com. ,'93.
Carr, Evander McNair, Rose Hill.
Cooper, Thomas Jefferson, Murphy.
Di. Soc. Debaters' Medal, '92. 2d Rep. from Di Soc. Com.,
'92. Editor University Magazine, '92-'93.
CURRIE, William Pinknev Martin, West End.
Di. Soc. 3d Rep. from Di Soc. Com., '92. Editor University
Magazine, '92-'93. Foot Ball Team,'9i-'92-'93.
Ellis, Alexander Caswell, K. A., Louisburg.
Phi. Soc. Editor " Hellenian," '9i-'92. Shakespeare Club.
Gilmer, John Arthur, Greensboro.
*. K. 2. Gimghoul. Di. Soc. Sub-Marshall Com., '92. Univ.
Minstrels,'9i. Shakespeare Club.
Gilmer, John L.^sh, 2. A. E., Winston.
Di. Soc. Treas '94.
Harding, William Frederick, Greenville.
Phi. Soc. Inter-Soc. Debater' Spring '92. istRep. Phi. Soc.
Com. ,'93. Class Orator.
HiCKERSON. LvTLE NowLEN, Ronda.
Di. Soc. 2d Rep. Di Soc. Com., '93.
HORNE, Hermann Harrell, Clayton.
Phi. Soc, Vice Pres. Soph. Class '91-92.
HoxEvcuTT, Samuel Tilden. Clayton.
Phi. Soc Base Ball Team, ■9i-'92-'93. Sub-Marshal Com., '93.
IxGLE, Julian E., Jr., Henderson.
A. T. i>. Jerry Goblin. Phi. Soc. Sub-Marshal, '92. Glee
Club,'92-'93. Editor Magazine, '92-'93. 3d Rep. Phi Com. ,'93.
Kenan, William Rand, Raleigh.
i. -A.E. Gimghoul. Phi. Soc. Sec'j- Class, '94. Leader Ger-
man Club, '9i-'92. Chief Ball Manager Com., '93. ManagerB.B.
Teani,'92-'93. B. B. T.,'9i-'92. Sec'y Athletic Assoc, '92-'93.
Elisha Mitchell Sc. Soc. Editor " Hellenian " '91-92.
Lee, Thomas Bailev, Mocksville.
4'.T.\. O. H. Di. Soc. Inter- Soc. Debater, '91 Fall. Rep.
of '94 at Alumni Banquet, Spring ,'91. Editor " Hellenian, "
'9i-'92. Class Historian, '9i-'92-'93. ist Rep. Di Soc. Com. ,'93.
University Press .\ssoc. Shakespeare Club. Editor-in-Chief
Lee, Benjamin Rush, Charlotte.
Di. Soc. K. A. Jcrrj- Goblin.
Little, George Roscoe, Bethel.
Phi. Soc. Foot Ball Team, '9i-'92-'93. Sub. Marshal Com.
'93. Pres. Class, '92-'93.
Little, Thomas Robi.vson, Little's Mills.
A. T. S2, Gimghoul. Di. Soc. Shakespeare Club.
Oldham, Jessie Morrow, Oaks.
Di. Soc. Catcher B. B. T.,'9i-'92-'93. Resigned Capt.,'9i-'92.
RoBERSON, Charles, Chapel Hill.
Phi. Soc. Glee Club, '9i-'92. Bus. Manager Glee Club, '92'93.
Rollins, Thomas .Scott Asheville.
B. e. 11. Di. Soc Shakespeare Club. Chief Marshal
Sawyer, James, Asheville.
<!'. r. .i. Di. Soc. Shakespeare Club. Sub-Marshal Com., '93.
Smith, Thomas Carlisle, .\sheville.
1!. H. n. Di. Soc. Shakespeare Club,
Snipes, Eugene Malcom,, Lambsville.
Di. Soc. 'Vice-Pres.,'94 ('92-'93).
Toms, Nathan, Heatford.
7: t. Phi. Soc. Shakespeare Club.
Smith, Junius Garnett, New York.
K. .-v. Jerry Goblin. Phi. Soc. Bus. Manager " Hellenian,"
'92-'93. Sub-Marshal Com. '93.
SwiNK, Louis Melancthon, Winston.
Di. Soc. 3d Rep. Di Soc. Com., '93.
White, Charles Henry, Chapel Hill.
Di. Soc Assistant Geological Lab., ('92-'93).
Wilson, Thomas James, Chapel Hill.
Di. .Soc. Soph. Greek Prize Com., '92. Editor University
Magazine, '92-'93. Shakespeare Club.
Yates, Joseph Walker, Wilmington.
A. K. E. Di. Soc. Class Poet.
One yeare plus one ys payst and ,<<on,
A thirde ys flyeing, and I ween,
Thatte nothynge beares the Juniore gaye
Of resemblaunce to Freshie grene.
Ve soph'niore lyfe of prowresse greyt,
Tho' now with dignitee laide asj'de,
Has wrought ye mans from child's estayte
And flungc us onte ynto ye tyde.
Restlessly ebbing and flow3-ng
Thj-s outyr tyde, th3'S boundyng surge
Has fast hurried us not knowyng
Whith'r, 'til pantyng 'pon ye verge.
Of spring finales yt leves us hye
Above ye low landes left agoe,
Where wearie toyleres longe and sighe
Toweard and for thatte which now we knowe.
O, classe fellowes, be not dismayde !
But looke thee wele unto tliine oares,
Just now yc rockes'r by salte sea sprayde
And ye tyde rechbynge 'round thee roares.
Knot wele ye sinewes of cache arme,
Alojng 3-e shele lye low, l)'e low ,
Breathe deepe, strike stroyng, be calm, no harme
Shal com to thee conqu'ringe, I trow.
.\nd when ye finale reefes are pa\-st.
When Juniore, Seniore whilonie are.
Upon lyfcs open sea at laste,
Mayc we by som payle silentc starre.
Benevolent, be gU5'ded 'een
To where ye infynite ys show3'n,
.\nd where far off thro' niistes are seen.
Ye breakeres of thatte greyte unknow3-n
T. B. L.
CLT^SS ••• OF ••• 'rSINETV-F=I^Ze
Pink and Light Blue.
'Cor Uxum, Viae Diversae.'
Boom ! Rah ! Ray !
Boom ! Rah ! Rive !
Sizz, Boom, Tiger,
A. B. KIMBALL, President.
T. C. NORTHROP, First rice-President.
F. B. McKINNE, Second Vice-President.
T. D. BRYSON, Treasurer.
JOE E. ALEXANDER, Historian.
L. C. BROGDEN, Oratror.
C. W. BRILES, Poet.
H. C. BRYANT, Essayist^
Orirtfls iloU of 05.
Alexander. — Phi. Rep. '93. Historian Soph. Class of '95.
Aston. — Di.
BaTCHELOR. — 11. H. n. Phi. Orator Fresh. Class of '95.
Borden. — 7,. -t-. Phi.
BovcE. — Di.
Briles. — Di. Prophet Soph. Class of '95.
Brogden. — Phi. Prophet Fresh. Class '95. Orator Soph. Class
Bryant.— Di. Essayist Soph. Class of '95.
Brvson. — Di. Sec.-Trcas. Soph. Class of '95.
Carr, F. L.— i. X. Phi.
Carr, J. 0.— Phi. Poet Fresh. Class of '95.
COTTEN.— S. A. E. Phi. Glee Club, '92.
Dawson. — Phi,
Grah.am. — Z. *. Di. Sub. Ball Manager, '93.
Graves.— 5:. x. Di.
Green. — Di. Glee Club, '93.
Heath. — 1. X. Di.
HORNE, C— ')>. r. A. Phi.
HowELi,. — /.. "f. Phi. Historian Fresh. Class of '95.
KuiBALL.— Phi. President Soph. Class of '95. Sec. -Treas. Fresh.
Class, '95. Glee Club, '93.
Kluttz — 4'. r. A. Di.
McAU-STER, J. W.— A. T. S2. Di.
McAlister, W. C. — Di.
McKiNNE. — Phi. 2d Vice-Pres. Soph. Class of '95. Glee Club,
'92 and '93.
Mattocks.— i. X. phi. Editor " Hellenian, " '93.
Moore. — Di.
Myers. — A, K. K. Phi. Sub. Ball Manager, '92.
Nicholson. — Phi.
Northrop. — Di. ist Vice-Pres. Soph. Class of '95.
Patterson. — 2. a. E. Di. Sub. Ball Manager, '93. Bus. Mana-
ger Glee Club, '93.
Price.- S.X. O. H. Di. Sub. Ball Manager, '92.
Pruden.— A. K. K. O. H. Phi. Sub. Ball Manager, '92.
QuiCKEL.— Di. O. H.
Richardson. — Phi.
Robertson. — K. A. O. H. Di. ist Sub. Ball Manager, '93. Base
Ball Team, '92 and '93.
Rollins. — Phi.
RUFFIN. — A. T. 12. Di. Sub. Ball Manager,'92.
Sanford, \V. L. — K. A. Di.
Scott, W. L.— Di.
Scott, J. \V.— Di.
Sh.annoxhouse, F.— i. X. Di.
Sh.annonhouse, R. — Di.
Steele. -. x. Di.
Stronach.— A. T. il. Phi. Sub. Ball Manager, '93.
Thompson, H.— Di. Sec. Historical Society.
Turner.—*. K. 1. O. H. Phi. Pres. Fresh. Class of '95. .Sec-
Treas. German Club, '93. Bus. Manager "Hellenian," '93.
1st Sub. Ball Manager, '93.
Warren. — Phi.
Weil.—*, r. A. Phi.
Zacharv.— Di. Glee Club, '92 and '93.
(^\ IKE all other classes the first thing we experi-
I 1 enced on returning to the University last Sep-
tember was a loss of numbers. We entered in
'91 with eighty-eight members; we now have only
Among the new students whom we were glad to
welcome as class-mates were Messrs. Aston, Boyce,
Bryson, T., Graves, Heath, McAllister, W., Scott, J.,
Shannonhouse, F., and Thompson, H.
But what was wanting in numbers was compen-
sated for in bouyancy of spirit. To realize that " the
dreaded name of Fresh ' ' had given way to ' ' the name
of dreaded Soph " was indeed "a thing of beauty and
a joy forever."
We have continued the policy inaugurated by the
preceeding Sophomore Class in regard to hazing new
students. No timid student need now hesitate to leave
his paterfamilias' coat-tail for fear of being changed
to the complexion of the sons of Ham , or of trying his
vocal organs before a ' ' select committee ' ' preliminary
to getting on the Glee Club or winning the declaimer's
medal. It is sincerely hoped that the example set by the
preceeding class will be followed by every succeeding
It is hardly within the sphere of the historian to
record future events, lest he mistake the signs of the
times and err in his judgment, but a true historian is
not only a mere recorder of facts, but must look into
the future. Hence, if our class prophet will kindly
pardon us for this slight encroachment upon his rights,
we firmly believe that, looking forward with pleasure
to the season when second French and Conies are over,
under the present excellent management of the Univer-
sity, we will return next season with as many men as
we now have in our class and with high hopes and
bright prospects for the future.
Historian of '95.
CLT^SS •*• Of= ••• 'ISINETV-SIX.
J. C. EI.LER, President.
\\. C. SMITH, First Vice-President.
D. H. WILEY, .Second Vice-President.
J. A. MAXWELL, .Sec'y and Treasurer.
W. T. BRADSHER, Historian.
R. G. ALLSBROOK, Orator.
H. A. GRADY, Poet.
T. A. SHARPE, Prophet.
J. G. HOLLOWELL, Essayist.
V. E. ARMSTRONG, President.
H. HAMMOND. First Vice-President.
R. L. GRAY, Second Vice-President.
H. B. PESCHAU, Secretary.
J. A. GWYN, Treasurer.
J. B. BOGER, Historian.
J. R. CR\IG, Orator.
G. S. BAKER, Essayist.
R. MILLER, Prophet.
F. COOKE, Poet.
•?• Ci-TTSS •?• History.
We, the class of six and ninety,
Come as Freshmen now to greet you.
In our numbers we are manv ;
More than e'er have been before us
Since the dark days of the sixtys ;
And we trust that we shall not be
Least in qualities of virtue.
Ye who e'er have been a Freshman
Know the troubles of this people
And to you we tell our story :
How, the first of last September,
Left we ovir homes and here assembled,
Left them, here to come and mingle
With the ones wlio were to haze us,
Were to scorn us, and maltreat us.
You shall hear how, on the first night.
In our rooms we trembling waited
For the coming of the Sophmores ;
Being weary with our travel
Soon we threw aside our clothing.
Said our prayers and fell a dreaming.
Btit, not long, were we to stay there .
And our dreams of short duration
Soon by ruthless " Soph's " were broken.
trom our downy couch thej- dragged us,
On our trunks, while in our night gowns,
We were placed to make orations
Or to dance, sing, or to suffer
Being smoked out with tobacco.
Then they Ictt us till the morning.
Till that sorrow, bringing morning
When we first went to the class-room,
There to stare our ignorance showing
When they asked us any questions.
Should you ask me why so manv
Tumbled on " Old Tommy's English "
We will answer, we will tell }-ou
Just because we were not able
To buy all his many text books
And we spent our "frog skins" sporting
Instead of for his boring "methods,"
So the Xmas xams. caught us
Knowing little of his English.
And, upon the board, soon after.
Many of our names were missing.
Billy told us that he never
Had a class that knew so little .
Of the principles of Euclid,
But we got through by our spotting
And the "grats" which we had taken
In the term, when " noii paratus."
So but few of us he blinded.
But "Old Harry" though he praised us
Still he threw us without mercj-.
You shall hear how in the Glee Club
Very many tried for entrance,
Nightly in the chapel practised
That they might sing well together.
And that " Harry " might accept them.
Six of us at last were taken.
And the others he consoled them,
Said next year they might be taken,
And they might then wear the dress-coats.
Take the trips and dauce the germans.
We are also represented
On the Foot-Ball Team and Base-Ball,
On one four, four on the other
On the Foot-Ball Team the swiftest
And the strongest in the rush-line.
Both are fonml within our numbers.
And they helped to win the trophies.
Did their parts in even,- contest.
On the diamond we are in it.
For we have the best of plavers.
We've a pitcher who's so speedy
That but very few can touch him.
When they do, we have an infield
That was never known to fumble.
We are also represented
Strongh- in the track athletics.
And now of the ill-famed Soph'more.
We must say this to his credit :
That this year he has restrained him
From his blacking brush and blacking,
Which it long has been his custom
To use freely on the freshman,
.\nd for this we duly thank him.
On the whole, when we consider
Both our fortunes and misfortunes.
We decide that being Freshmen
Is not bad as represented.
And the days that we have spent here
Have been fraught with many pleasures.
As our Freshman life is waning
And we soon shall have arisen
To the dignity of Soph'mores.
I now end this Fresh Class History,
And I leave you with the wishes
That you may live long and prosper,
And your sons, some ten or twenty,
Ma}-, each, some day be a Freshman.
J. D. B.
TV^EDiCKi- Cl-T^ss of '93-
N. M. GIBBS, President.
REID RUSSELL, \'ke-President.
JOHN THOMPSON, 5fC> and 'Ireas.
R. S. TURLINGTON, Historian.
Rah ! rah ! rah ! we are the Mods !
Wc are the boys with level heads.
^^HREE years ago the Medical Department was opened
\^^ in the University of North Carolina, under the able
management of Dr. Richard H. Whitehead.
This school has outgrown its experimental stage, and
has now become a firmly established department of the
University. Each succeeding class has given evidence of
not only a steady numerical growth, but progress in the
character of work done. Especially well does this apply
to the medical class of 1892-93.
Of our record in the class-room, we need onlj' cite
the testimony of our honored professor, hy whom we are
credited with being the most diligent ever under his
On the athletic field the class has had Gibbs, the ex-
cellent end-rush of the foot-ball team, and Moye, the crack
left-fielder of the base-ball team. Nor were our boys for-
gotten in the Washington's Birthday elections.
The medals for the greatest " dude " and the mos
"conceited" man in college, both fell to the embryo
Our roll call at the opening of the Fall term showed
fifteen men in the class. After Christmas, Willard, '93,
joined us, taking the medical course, in addition to his
regular college work.
Dame Rumor has it that our popular Professor of His-
tology has surrendered to the wily Cupid, and that the
frogs and bugs are resting in the assurance of being chased
with less vigilance in the future.
Our hats off to j^ou, esteemed sir. in a united bow,
with best wishes for a happy future.
Men from our department have always stood well in
other medical colleges, attended after leaving the Hill,
and we trust that the. members from each succeeding class
will continue to give evidence of the valuable training
received in the medical school of the University of North
■^hl^TK^/sL ' CL-7^SS.i^
\V. A. De\-ix, ]'icc-Prcsiden1.
O. H. Su.MPTER, Historian.
JUDGES OF MOOT COURT,
Thos. \V. KitKETT, R. H. Hayes,
R. H. Haves, W. P. Blair.
CLERKS OF MOOT COURT,
r. L. Spexce, b. a. Justice,
" When one talks of hereditaments, mispiisons and indentures,
Of chattels, and of mortgages, of choses and debentures,
Of assumpsit, debt and covenant, of trespass and attainders,
Of attaching and conveyancing, of signing and indorsing.
Of femmes, both sole and covert, separating and divorcing,
Of words of twenty letters, which you'd think would break his jaw,
You will then know that the fellow's just begun to study law."
fT is with pleasure that the Historian of the Law Class of '92-'93 contemplates the many achievements of honor and
prowess in the arena of oratorical contests and upon the athletic fields won by members of this class, and as no gen-
eral history could do justice to the subject, he has thought best to append the individual record of each man, and this
record, I would venture to sa3% will not be surpassed by that of any class in any department of the University.
The high standing of the laws in the Di. and Phi. Societies has been ably maintained, and in t.ie athletic field Devin
and Murphy on the foot-ball eleven were recognized as two of the best men, and the base-ball team ^ee in Devin a seconc
Boyden, as Washington's Birthday orator, deservedly received many high encomiums, as he delivered one of the finest
orations ever heard in the Di. hall.
Previous historians have told of the establishment of the Law Department, but no history, however small and incom-
plete, could justify its appearance without some mention of the Hon. John Manning, our able and beloved instructor. In
him we have found not only a teacher, but a kind and sympathetic friend, and there is not a man in the class who will not
carry through life an indelible impression of his noble nature, and ever see in him an example of the man, the lawyer and
the scholar worthy of the highest efforts to emulate.
The weekly moot court exercises have proven very entertaining as well as instructive, and the monthly ptiblic moot
court under Dr. Manning, have attracted the general attention of the whole Universitj', and won much praise for the able
manner in which the cases are conducted.
The members of the class who went to Raleigh and secured their license from the Supreme Court in September
last, are designated b\' a star (*), and those who went in Februarj- by a dagger (tl.
*Rufus E. Austin, North Carolina.
*James A. Albritton, North Carolina Phi. Society.
Willie L. Baird, North Carolina.
tThomas W. Bickett, North Carolina, A. B., Wake Forest '90.
W. P. Blair, Pennsylvania.
A. L. Brooks, North Carolina.
*John W. Brooks, North Carolina.
*Shepherd Bn,-an, North Carolina, A. T. ". Phi. Society. Gim-
ghoul. A. B., U. N. C, '91. Hellenian Editor, '91. Univer-
sity Librarian, '91 and '92. Junior Rep. Greek Prize, '89.
President, Class '91.
Victor Hugh Boyden, North Carolina, i. X. Di. Society. Gimghoul.
President of German Club, '91 and '92. Chief Ball Manager, '92.
Hellenian Editor, '91. Washington's Birthday Orator, '95.
Vice-President, Class '93.
James Crawford Biggs, North Carolina, Z. t. Phi. Society. Gim-
ghoul. Chief Marshal, '92. Editor-in-Chief of Hellenian, '92.
Universit}- Eleven, '91, '92 and '93. Base-ball Team,
President of Class '93.
George E. Butler, North Carolina -. X. Di. Societv. Glee Club,
*Percy Cook, North Carolina, K. A. Phi. Society.
*Josiah Crudup, North Carolina, B. S. Wake Forest, '90.
James H. Cooper, North Carolina.
William A. Devin, North Carolina, K. A. Gimghoul. Universitv
Eleven, '92. Base-ball Team, '93.
*W. W. Davics, Virginia, *. A. (i Di. Society. Gimghoul. Ph. B.,
U. N. C, '91. Mangum Medalist, '91. Sub Ball Manager, '90.
Washington's Birthday Orator, '91. Glee Club, '92.
*M. L. Foster, North Carolina.
James W. Ferguson, North Carolina, 1. X.
*Paul Cameron Graham, North Carolina, Z. 1'. Di. Society
ghoul. Ph.B., U. N. C, '91. Sub Ball Manager, '90.
tjohn Gatling, North Carolina.
William P. Hubbard. J. K. E.
JI. L. Holcombe, North Carolina.
*George H. Howell, North Carolina, 4'. A. 0.
^William O. Howard, North Carolina, A. B. Wake Forest, '90.
*John .\. Hendri.x, North Carolina, Di. Society.
tRoland H. Hayes, North Carolina, Di. Society.
*Thonias C. Harrison, North Carolina.
B. A. Justice, North Carolina.
*D. M. Luther, North Carolina, Di. Society.
*P'. S. Johnson, North Carolina.
Alexander Lassiter, North Carolina.
Thornwell Lanier, North Carolina. Base Ball Team, '92 and '93.
Walter Murphy, North Carolina, S. N. Di. Society. University
Eleven, '8S, '89, '90 '92. Business Manager of Hellenian, '93.
Managing Editor, "Tar Heel," '93. Editor-in-Chief of "Tar
*John M. Morgan, North Carolina.
*Fred. Moore, North Carolina.
*Samuel H. McRae, North Carolina, A. T. il.
*E. R. McKethan, North Carolina. B. B. II. Phi. Society. A.
B., U. N. C. "91. Business Manager, Hellenian '92.
"^Angus B. McElyea, North Carolina.
J. .A. B. Stevens, North Carolina.
tU. L- Spence, North Carolina.
*A. A. F. Scawell, North Carolina. Di. Society. Ph. B., U. N. C. '89.
*A. M. Scales, North Carolina. B. O. II. Di. Society.
Orlando Hobson Sumpter, Arkansas, '1'. r. A. *. A. *.
Robert L- Sprinkle, North Carolina.
George L- Peschau, North Carolina. A. T. U. Di. Society. Jerry
Goblin. Sub. Ball Manager '90. Glee Club, '92. Hellenian
to. L. Sapp, North Carolina. Di. Society. Ph. B., U. N. C. '90.
tC. F. Toms, North Carolina. 1. X. Di. Society. Helleniau
*Frank Tisdalc, North Carolina. -. X.
*Maxcy L. John, North Carolina. 2. A. E. Di. Society. Ph. B.
F. L. Wilcox, North Carolina, A. B. U. N. C. '92. University Lib-
rarian, '92 and '93.
James A. Wellons, North Carolina.
*E. F. Watson, North Carolina.
W. W. Vass, North Carolina. K. A. A. B. Wake Forest, '91. Jerry
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University of Alabama.
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University of North Carolina.
University of Virginia.
University of Michigan
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Beta Chi, .
College of the City of New York.
University of Rochester.
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. Wesleyan Uuiversitj-.
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Universit}- of California.
Trinity College (Conn.)
University of Minnesota.
Mass. Institute of Technology.
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F. P. VEXABLE, Ph. U.,
Professor of Chemistrv',
Assistant in Chemistr}'.
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CLASS OF 1893.
EDWARD PAYSOX WILLARD.
CLASS OF 1894.
JOSEPH WALKER YATES.
CLASS OF 1895.
EDWARD WARREX MYERS.
JAMES NORFLEET PRUDEX.
CLASS OF 1896.
CHARLES WATSOX YATES.
WILLL\M PEDEX HUBBARD.
FRAXK HUSKE HOLMES.
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HOUNDEO KT iniHSHlNGTON KND JEFF^EHSON, IS-^B.
COL.ORS:— ROVHL. PURPLE.
. Johns Hopkins.
New York University.
Mass. Inst. Tech.
C. C. N. Y.
Washington and Jefferson.
Pennsylvania State College.
Universit3- North Carolina.
Washington and Lee.
University of Virginia.
Ohio Weslcyan University.
Ohio State University.
Pi Iota, .
Indiana State University.
Illinois Wcsleyan University.
. University Minnesota.
Wni. Jewell College.
Leland Stanford, Jr., University.
Worcester Polvtechnic Institute.
Southern Alumni Associ.ation,
Western Alumni Association,
Richmond Alumni Association,
Kansas City, Mo-
New York Citv.
Turlington. Woodson, Gray.
Boger. Sawyer. Whitlock.
Phi • Ghtvttvtk •• Deltk.
CLASS OF 'NINETY-THREE.
ROBERT MAYO D.WIS,
JOHN MORGAN CHEEK,
VICTOR EMANUEL WHITLOCK.
CLASS OF 'NINETY-FOUR.
THOMAS BAILEY LEE.
CLASS OF 'NINETY-FIVE.
CHARLES WHITEHURST HORNE,
WILLIAM CLARENCE KLUTTZ.
CLASS OF 'NINETY-SIX.
JOHN DERR BOGER.
ROBERT CARTER ELIASON,
LIONEL HARTSFIELD LOVE,
JAMES CORMILUS GRAY,
WALTER HENDERSON WOODSON.
ORLANDO HOBSON SUMPTER.
ROGER SULLIVAN TURLINGTON.
Oeth • Theth • Pi.
Harvard, . . gta
Brown, . . Kappa
Boston, . . Upsilou
Maine State, . . Beta Eta
Rutgers, . Beta Gamma
Stevens, . . Sigma
Cornell, . Beta Delta
St. Lawrence, Beta Zeta
Dickinson, . Alpha Sigma
Johns Hopkins, Alpha Chi
University of Pennsvlvania,
Amherst, . Beta Iota
Dartmouth, . Alpha Omega
Wesleyan, . Mu Epsilon
Vale, . . Phi Chi
Colgate, . Beta Theta
Union, . Nu lA
Cohimljia, . Alpha Alpha /^
Syracuse, . Beta Epsilon (fij
Pa. State College, Alpha Upsilon ©
Lehigh, . Beta Chi w
Univ. of N. Carolina, Eta Beta
Univ. of Virginia, . Omicron
University of Mississippi
Davidson, . Phi Alpha
Richmond, . Alpha Kappa
Randolph, Macon, . Chi
Vanderbilt, . Beta Lambda
Univ. of Texas, Beta Omicron
Univ. of Cincinnati, Beta Nu
Univ. of Ohio, Beta Kappa
Western Reserve, . Beta
Ohio Wesleyan, . Theta
Alpha Ohio State
Univ. of Indiana,
Univ. of Michigan,
Univ. of Iowa,
. Pi Hanover,
. Alpha Chi Univ. of Wisconsin, Alpha Pi
Clii North Western, . Rho
Alpha Beta Univ. of Minnesota, . Beta Pi
. Alpha Epsilon
Westminster, Alpha Delta Denver, . Alpha Zeta
Univ. of Kansas, . .Alpha Nu Univ. of Nebraska, Alpha Tan
Univ. of California, . Omega Univ. of Missouri, . Zeta Phi
••• ETK • BETM • CH7=5PTER. •?•
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Staf of the South," Chapter of Hlystie Seven, Established 1884, beeame
Eta Beta of Beta Theta Pi, 1889.
ED. R. McKETH.-\X,
A. M. SCALES.
CLASS OF '93.
*L. O'B. B. JONES,
.\LF. S. B.\RNARD.
CLASS OF '94.
T. S. ROLLINS,
T. C. SMITH, Jr.,
T. K. \V. BROWN.
CLASS OF '95.
V. A. BATCHELOR.
CLASS OF '96.
J. C. CARROLL,
J. A. OWVN,
J. G. RANKIN,
J. A. McKETHAN.
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FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF PENN S YLiVAfJIH IN 1850.
Vtcli of Cljavtcva.
ALPHA. — University of Pennsylvania.
ZETA. — Franklin and Marshall College, Pa.
LAMBDA.— Universitv of North Carolina
DELTA. — Washington and Jefferson College, Pa.
ETA. — University of Mrginia.
RHO. — Universitv of Illinois.
TAU.— Randolph-Macon College, Va.
PHL — Richmond College, Va.
UPSILOX.— Northwestern University, 111.
PSI. — Pennsylvania State College.
•^1- PHI • KKPR7X . SICTV^H 1^
Joseph Clay Powell,
\Vm. Battle Phillips,
Julian 11. Baker,
Richard Dillard, Jr.
*Janies Mann Nicholson,
Kemp Plunmier Battle,
James S. Manning,
Duncan M. Williams.
Frank K. Borden,
Ed. B. F;ngelhard,
R. B. Henderson,
John M. Manning,
Alva Crowell Springs.
Charles C. Cobb,
B. C. Sharpe,
John S. Phillips,
LaFavette Brown Eaton.
Frank Battle Dancey,
Lucian H. Walker,
Robert W. Winborne,
*Fraiik Gordon Hines,
Turner W. Battle,
William W. Long,
Edwin A. .\ldernian,
Jonathan Worth Jackson,
Walter E. Phillips,
Frank H. Stedman,
James H. Ruffin,
Charles W. Worth,
John M. Walker.
Robert B. Albertson,
George Gordon Battle,
Thomas R. Ransom.
Peter E. Hines, Henry Horace Williams,
Lewis J. Battle, Isaac H. Manning,
Kirkland Huske, Charles T. Haigh,
*John Robert Herring.
Thomas A. Baker, J. H. Baker, Jr.,
Hillard C. Parsons, Henry W. Rice,
Samuel S. Jackson, H. B. Battle,
Louis M. Bourne, Haywood Parker.
John C. Engelhard, Henry Johnston,
Frank M. Parker.
Gaston Battle, Samuel P. Winborne,
William S. Battle.
Henry Staton, Lucian S. Hadley,
James R. Green, *Peter P. Winborne.
Frank H. Batchclor, John A. Gilmer,
F. Hubbard Argo, Ed. S. Battle,
Samuel A. .\she, Jr.
Rolicrt S. Tliompson, Walter A. Bonitz.
Richard B. Arringtou, Jacob Battle, Jr.,
Charles R. Turner.
SIG7VYM 7XL-PH7X ERSIUON.
lioU of Clja^»tcv.
Ga. Beta (G. C.)
University of (ieorgia,
University of Tennessee,
' ' Alpha 1 -Alumnus i
University of Miss.
Ga. School of Technologv
" Theta ( Sub Rosa
" Alpha Ahnnmis
" Theta (.\lumnus
" Gamma (Aluniuusl
University of Texas.
University of Alabama,
Ohio Sigma iG. C.)
Mt. Union College,
" Alpha Mu
Alabama A. 6c M. College
Ohio Wesleyan UniversitN
, Delaware, Ohio
" Mu Alumnus
University of Cincinnati,
Ohio State University,
" .\lpha (.\luninus
S. C. Delta (G. C.)
South Carolina College,
Columbia, S. C.
Spartanburg, S. C.
' ' Kappa
Greenville, S. C.
" .-ilpha Beta (Alumnus)
Due West, S. C.
University of Missouri,
" Eto Ahimiuis
Honea Pass, S. C.
' ■ Beta
St. Louis, Mo.
N. C. Theta
Davidson, N. C.
Ann .\rbor, Mich.
University of X. C,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
" Theta Alumnus
Charlotte, X. C.
University of Virginia,
Penna. State College,
State College, Pa.
" Pi (Sub Rosa)
Emory and Henry College,
Washington and Lee,
: N. Y. Alpha
Ithaca, X. Y.
University of Colorado,
University of Denver,
Univ. Park, Col.
Teun. Omega (G. C.)
Universit)' of the South,
S. W. Pres. University,
Lcland Stanford, Jr. Univ
Mcnlo Park, Cal.
' ' Lambda
Mass. Beta Upsilon
S. \V. Baptist University,
SIC7A7X ALRHM EPSILON,
4?rrttvcs in fvatcx-nitatc.
A. B. ANDREWS, Jr..
HOWARD E. ROXDTHALER.
H. H. ATKIXSON,
W. R. KENAN, Jr..
JOHN L. GH.MER.
RALPH VAN I.ANDINGHAM,
J. F. SHAFFNER, Jr.,
F. F. BAHNSON,
A. H. LONDON,
FRANK R. H.\RTY,
W. B. LEMLY.
JOHN L. PATTERSON,
MAXCV L. JOHN.
^1 VPSILON ••• CHT^fRTER.
(Jvcitcv in irtcxtltntc,
HOWARD BURTON SHAW, A.B., B.C.E., '90.
(Tratvca in llniticraitittc.
PERRIN BUSBEE, WILLIAM BOYLAN SNOW,
JAMES CRAWFORD BIGGS.
PAUL CAMERON GRAHAM, Ph. B., '91.
MURRAY BORDEN, HARRY HOWELL.
WILLIAM ALEXANDER GRAHAM.
ROBERT LILLY GRAY, ERVIX CLARK GREGORY
■^1- ZET?? ••• PS I 1^
FOUNDED AT UNrVERSITY OF CITY OF NEW YORK, 1846.
University of New York
University' of Pennsylvania
University of North Carolina
Universitv of Michigan
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
University of Virginia
University of California
University of Toronto
Case School of Applied Sciences
Leland Stanford, Jr., University
Central Association- of Zeta Psi,
8 West 29th St., New York City.
Northwestern Associ.vtion of Zet.i Psi,
306 Opera House Block, Chicago, 111.
Pacific Assocl\tiox of Zeta Psi,
310 Pine St., San Francisco, Cal.
Philadelphia Associ.\tion of Zeta Psi,
2107 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa
Capital Association of Zeta Psi,
8 Iowa Circle, Washington, D. C
^1- T^LPHK TMU OTV^EGM. -i^
•^1 ROLL- • OF= • CHARTER -i^
A. and M. College,
University of Alabama.
Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ.
University of Georgia,
School of Technology,
M. and A. College,
University of Michigan,
Univ. of North Carolina,
Asheville (Sub Rosa)
St. Lawrence University,
Jit. Union College,
Mt. Union, O.
Athens, Ga. j^ Beta Rho,
; Alpha Iota,
New Orleans, La.
College Hill, Mass.
University of Pennsylvania
, Philadelphia, Pa.
South Carolina University,
Columbia, S. C.
Spartanburg, S. C
Charleston, S. C.
S. \V. Pres. University,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Chapel Hill, N. C.
University of the South,
ijf Beta Zeta,
University of Vermont,
Durham, X. C.
Washiugton and Lee Univ.
Canton, N. Y.
Ithaca, N. V.
•^1- T^L-RHH DELTK CH7XPTER i^
R. S. McRAE.
^•ratvca t»i lljtiiici-attrttc.
R. H. MITCHELL, A. M.
SHEPARD BRYAX, A. B.,
S. H. McRAE,
GEO. L. PESCHAU
CLASS OF '94.
THOMAS R. LITTLE.
JULIAN E, INGLE, JR.
CLASS OF '95.
FRANK M. STRONACH,
J. WORTH McALISTER.
CLASS OF '96.
ROBERT BASCOM MILLER.
HENRY B PESCHAU,
FOUNDED HT WJlSHI^OTO^^ Af4D liEE UfllVERSITY, 1865.
iU->U of tHhrtptcva.
Alpha, Washington and Lee Univ.,
Beta, Sub Rosa
Gamma, University of Georgia,
Delta, Wofford College,
Epsilon, Emory College,
Zeta, Randolph-Macon College,
Eta, Richmond College,
Iota, Furman University,
Kappa, Mercer University,
Lambda, University of Virginia,
Jill, Erskine College,
Nu, A. and M. College,
Xi, Soitthwestern Universib,-,
Omicron, University of Texas,
Rho, Univ. of South Carolina,
Sigma, Davidson College,
Tau, Sub Rosa,
Spartanburg, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
Albemarle County, Va.
Due West, S. C.
Columbia, S. C.
Univ. of North Carolina,
University of the South,
University of .\labama,
Louisiana State University,
William Jewell College,
Southwestern Presb. Univ.
William and Mary College,
Missouri State University,
Johns Hopkins University,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
New Orleans, La.
Baton Rouge, La.
NEW YORK, N. Y
RALEIGH, N. C.
COLlORS — OLlP GOLlD AND CRIWSON-
ffittrca in £acitltntc,
J. W. GORE, C. E. R. H. WHITEHEAD, M. D.
4/vrttrca itt lluiiicx-fitati'.
W. A. DEVIX, \V. W. VASS, Jr.,
P. H. COOKE.
CLASS OF '94.
A. CASWELL ELLIS, B. RUSH LEE,
J. GARNETT SMITH.
CLASS OF '95.
W. L. SANFORD, C. H. HARDING,
W. R. ROBERTSON.
CLASS OF '96.
F. N. COOKE, T. FRANK SANFORD,
F. H. SHORT, W. D. CARMICHAEL, jR.
PHI Dei-TK • THOTTX
FOUNDED HT TU^IMTVTI UN I i/! E RSITV. IS^B.
I^oll of ©Ijapteva.
New Hampshire Alpha,
Rode Island Alpha,
New York Alpha,
New York Beta,
New York Epsilon,
Pennsylvania Eeta, U
University of Vermont
( Washington and 1
(Jefferson College, (
niversitv of Pennsylvania
Hanover, N. H.
Providence, R. I.
Ithaca, N. Y.
Schnectady, N. Y.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Lehigh University-, South Bethlehem, Pa.
Roanoke College, Salem, Va.
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
Virginia Gamma, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, Va.
Virginia Delta, Richmond College, Richmond, Va.
Virginia Eeta, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va.
North Carolina Beta, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C.
South Carolina Beta, South Carolina College, Columbia, S. C.
Kentucky Alpha, Center College, Danville, Ky.
Kentucky Delta, Central University, Richmond, Ky.
Uniyersit}- of Georgia,
University of the South,
University of Alabama,
.Alabama Polytechnic Institute,
Missis-sippi .Alpha, University of Mississippi, University P. O., Miss.
Louisiana ."Vlpha, Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans, La.
Texas Beta, University of Texas, .\ustin, Texas.
Texas Gamma, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas.
Ohio Wesleyan University,
University of Wooster,
Ohio State University,
Dc Pauw University,
University of Michigan,
State College of Michigan,
Ann .Arbor, Mich.
Illinois Wesleyan Universitv,
University of Wisconsin,
University of Missouri,
St. Louis, Mo.
Iowa Wesleyan University, Mount Pleasant, la.
State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans.
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.
University of California, Berkeley, Cal.
Lcland Stanford, Jr., University, Palo .\lto, Cal.
BETA • CHT^RTER.
= ST7^BL.ISHED 1SS5.
W. W. DAVIES, IR. • GEO. H. HOWELL
E. R. RUSSELL.
ANDREW SVME. E. G. DENSON.
J. W. COBB.
^1 SIC7VYA?- NU. -K^
FOUNDED AT U. M
Division I— Inspector, Victor H. Boyden, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Alpha, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., chapter dormant.
Beta. S. E. Bradshaw, University of Virginia. Charlottsville, Va.
Delta, F, J. Sloan, South Carolina College, Columbia, S. C.
Lambda, Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va.
Tau, .South Carolina Military .\cadeniy, Charleston, S. C, chapter dormant.
Psi, Geo. E. Butler, Vniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Epsilon, Bethany College. W. Va.
Dl\-isioN II— Inspector, Thomas M. Owen, Bessemer, Ala.
Theta, Robt. G. Ennis, University of Alabama, University P. O., Ala.
Iota, Jas. B. Espy, Howard College, East Lake, Ala.
Upsilon, E. A. Blount, Jr., University of Texas, Austin, Texas.
Phi, John Overton, University of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, La.
Beta Phi, Tulaue, New Orleans, La., chapter dormant.
Beta Theta, Franklin M. Mosely, Alabama A. & M. College, Auburn, Ala.
Division III — Inspector, Clarence E. Woods, Richmond, Ky.
Zeta, E. C. Blanford, Jr., Central University, Richmond, Ky.
Sigma, Dr. Chas. W. I.ee, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tena,
Omicron, Wm. Adams, Bethel College, Russellville, Ky.
Beta Omicron, Win. Whittaker, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.
Division IV— Inspector, Chas. J. Martin, Fayette, Iowa.
Nu, Clarence H. Sears, University of Kansas. Lawrence, Kan.
Rho, Robt. W. Hodge, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.
Chi, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa.
Beta Gamma, Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Mo.
Beta Delta, Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa.
Beta Epsilon, Wm. F. Baker, Upper Iowa University, I'ayette, Iowa
Beta Kappa, A. J. Graham, Southwest Kansas College, Winfield, K:
Beta Lambda, L. B. Ballard, Central College, Fayette, Mo.
Division V— Inspector, H. H. Davis, South Bethlehem, Pa.
Pi, Wm. S. Merrill, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa.
Beta Alpha, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., chapter dormant.
Omega, Columbia College, N. Y.
Division VI— Inspector, James H. Butner, Macon, Ga.
Eta, George S. Clark, Mercer University, Macon, Ga.
Kappa, A. Howard, North Georgia College, Dahlonega, Ga.
Mu, L. D. Pricks, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.
Xi, R. D. Bush, Emory College, Oxford, Ga.
Division VII — Inspector, Chas. Jakes, LaFayette, Ind.
Beta Beta, Dane S. Dunlop, DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind.
Beta Zeta, Edw. E. Reynolds, Purdue University, LaFayette, Ind.
Beta Eta, Frank O. Beck, University of Indiana, Bloomiugton,
Beta Iota, H. V,. Marsh, Mt. Union College, Alliance, Ohio.
Beta Nu, Ray S. Blinn, University of Ohio, Columbus, Ohio
Delta Theta, J. A. Crum, Lombard University, Galesburg, 111.
Division VIII— Inspector, C. E. Wolf, Berkley, Cal.
Beta Chi, Geo. E. Crothers, Leland Stanford, Jr., University, Mi
Beta Psi, Geo. H. Boke, University of California, Berkley, Cal.
Georgia State ;
Missouri State ;
Kansas City, Mo.
Texas State ;
Iowa State ;
Kansas State ;
V. H BOYDEN,
iE E. Butler
James F. Gaither,
G. H. Price,
R. T. .S. -Ste
Fred. L. Carr.
Eugene B. Graham,
Walter Brem, Jr.,
R. W. Blair,
J. Lee Everett.
E. B. McKexzie,
A. H. Ha
C. R. Emry,
George G. .Stephens.
SIG7VYH - PHI.
lioll of Chapters.
. University of Wooster .
Ohio Wesleyan University ;;;
. Columbian University
Washington and Lee University
University of Mississippi
De Pan w University
. University of Virginia
. Hobart College
Wabash College i'
. Centre College
Zeta Psi, .
Alpha Xi, .
Alpha Pi, . ■
University of Cincinnati
University of Michigan
L'niversity of California
. Ohio State University
ilass. Institute of Technologv'
Illinois Wesleyan University
University- of Wisconsin
University of Texas
. Albion College
University of Minnesota
University of North Carolina
University of Southern California
Pennsylvania State College
. Vandcrbilt University
Lcland Stanford, Jr. University
iJSo Dearborn Street.
Lincoln's Inn Building.
Fendall Law Building.
T^L-RHK T7X\J CHAPTER.
W. H. WILLIAMS.
J. E. M.'VTTOCKS,
A. V. GRAVE.S,
H. B. HEATH,
F. M. SH.ANNONHOrSE.
^^ J. R. CRAIG,
J. H. RAMSAY.
C. F. TOMS, J. W. FERGUSON,
tu K g
RePResersTeo ht u. n. c
-^- K. E Beta Chapter
*■ r. A Epsilon Chapter
B. H. II . Eta Beta Chapter
'•'• K. i Lambda Chapter
-■ A. E Chi Chapter
Z. ■f' Epsilon Chapter
A. T. W Alpha Delta Chapter
K. A Upsilon Chapter
•>•■ -i- « N. C. Beta
-• N Psi Chapter
-• X Alpha Tail
^'- "»" Faculty 2
X. 'I' Faculty 2, Students 2
X. t ; . . Faculty i
8- X- E Rho Chapter
■l"- B. K Faculty i
Skull and Bones Faculty i
Mystic Seven (Senior Soe. I Faculty i
University Attendance, 3]7
Members of Fraternities, 104
ORDER OF GI7VYGHOULS.
®i«t-®im-©tm — e5tntiiltcittl
Mchrkj le aloe gpuiits ^kzcer
\'cn iK>sher aiegain sg vorlusa,
Aixja lib giglih seriisa
Xlan podg tygr nfrake dhbduoor
^'ie sxxlf quixp. — Ca/mar IT
DeBERNIERE WHITAKER, R., Engineering. JAMES CRAWFORD BIGGS, K. D. S., '93 and Law,
VICTOR HUGH BOYDEX, W. S. S., Law, MICHAEL HOKE, K. M. K., '93.
117 PERRIN BUSBEE, "93,
126 CHARLES BASKERVILLE, Past Grad.,
129 WILLIAM BOYLAN .SNOW, '93,
131 PAUL CAMERON GRAHAM, Law,
133 WILLIAM RAND KENAX, Jr., '94,
134 THOMAS ROBIXSOX LITTLE, '94,
135 JOHX ARTHUR GILMER, 93,
136 HOWARD EDWARD RONDTHALER,
137 WILLIAM AUGUSTUS DEVIN, Law,
138 EDWARD PAYSOX WILLARD, '93.
ORDER OF= jeRRV GOBLINS.
JAMES FRIERSON GAITHER,
JULIAN EDWARD IXGLE, Jr.,
B. RUSH LEE,
ROBERT HENRY MITCHELL,
GEORGE LUDWIG PESCHAU,
EDGAR REID RUSSELL,
J. GARNETT SMITH,
WILLIAM WORRILL VASS, Jr.
M. H. M., R. \V. Blair,
H. V. Ji., T. B Lee,
H. M,, C. R. Ti-RXER,
G. C. v., A. Batchelor,
F. N. Cooke,
C. R. Emn-,
E. B. Graham,
J. G. Rankin,
E. G. Denson,
W. D' Carmichacl,
J. F. Shaffncr,
D K,, G, H. Price,
G, S., W. R, Robertson,
P, W., H, H, Atkinson-,
M. M. M,, J. N. Pruden,
J. C. Grav,
R. L. Grav,
J. A. Gwvn,
R. Van Landinghani,
H B. Peschan,
A. H. Hammond.
ROLL OK CHARTERS.
Club Chapter, University Virginia,
Striking Chapter, Emory and Henrs- College,
Paddle Chapter, Cumberland Universitv,
Dagger Chapter, Roanoke College,
Skull and Bones Chapter, Washington and Lee,
N. C. Razor Chapter, Universitv North Carolina.
Rooms in McRae Building.
WILLIAM \V. \-ASS, Jr President.
MICHAEL HOKE Vice Piesidcnt.
DeBERXIERE WHITAKER Sec. and Treas.
Govern ing Com in it lee.
J. CRAWFORD BIGGS, G. L. PESCHAU, WILLIAM B. SNOW.
.-. MEMBERS. .-.
J. CR.\WFORD BIGGS. B. RUSH LEE, JAMES F. GAITHER. WILLI.^M B. SNOW,
VICTOR HUGH BOYDEN. MICHAEL HOKE,
GEORGE L. PESCHAU, WILLIAM A. DEVIN, WILLIAM W. VASS. Jr., JULIAN E. INGLE, Jr.,
J. GARNETT SMITH, DeBERNIERE WHITAKER.
Pirsidnit, HOWARD E. RONDTHALER, '93.
Stry. and Tnas. DeBERNIERE WHITAKER, '93.
HxuHlnv Com., A. H. McFADYEN, '93,
CHAS. BASKERVILLE, '92,
WALTER MURPHY, Law.
Prof. COLLIER COBB. Prof. KARL P. HARRINCxTON,
VICTOR E. WHITLOCK, '93, Ashville Citizen. DeBERXIERE WHITAKER, 93, Univ. Mag., N. Y.
JULIAN INGLE, '94, News and Observer.
PERRIN BUSBEE, '93, State Chronicle. J. M. CHEEK, 93, Allegheny Star.
R. G. SHANNONHOUSE, '95, Charlotte Observer.
HOWARD E. RONDTHALER, '93, Twin City Daily, WALTER MURPHY, Law, Salisbury Herald,
and Editors of " LTniversitv Magazine" and Tar Heel."
McKeiizie. Patterson. lugle, Enir^-.
Prof. Harrington. Willard. Roberson. Zachary.
Kimball . Whitlock . Bahnson.
■^1- GLEE ••• CL-WB. i^
-E. PAYSOX WILLARD. \
CHAS. ROBERSON, >
J. L. PATTERSON, Business Manager.
Prof. KARL P. HARRINGTON, J/ttska/ Di reef or.
H. S. Greeu,
F. N. Cooke,
R. T. Wvche.
F. B. McKinne,
R. E. Zachary,
J. A. Maxwell,
C. R. Emry,
J. E. Ingle.
V. E. Whitlock,
A. B. Kimball,
J. L. Patterson,
E. Payson Willard,
R. W. Blair,
F. F. Bahnsou,
E. B. McKenzic,
SEASON OF 1893.
January 27. — Chapel Hill, N. C.
February i. — Asheville, N. C.
February 2.— Charlotte, N. C.
Feb. 3. — State N, and I. College for Young Ladies, Greensboro, N. C.
February 3. — Court House, Greensboro, N. C.
February 17. — Oxford, N. C.
April 4. — Salem .Academy.
.\pril 4. — Opera House, Winston.
June 7. — Couinieiicement Concert, Chapel Hill, N. C.
F. N. Cooke, H. E. Rondtlialer,
F. B. JIcKinne. E. B. McKenzie.
R. E. Zachary, R. W. Blair,
James Sawyer, F. F. Bahuson,
A. B. Kimball, J. L. Patterson,
Chas. Roberson, J. .\. Maxwell.
William B. Snow, Michael Hoke,
Julian Ing le
GL-EE • CLUB.
We are the jollv gav students
Of fair Salamanca, the old, the old,
Though we poor be, we are noble, we've more ancestors
than we have gold.
From Cadiz to Barcelona,
From Murcia to Miranda,
When the pandero's resounding ;
Every one exclaims : There they are I
O-le ! ^Ve are thejolly gav students
Of lair Silamanca, the old', the old.
Though we poor be, we are noble, we've more ancestors
than we have gold.
More ancestors than we have gold. Ah ! here we are.
We'll sing and dance without ceasing.
All day to-morrow we II sleep.
Under the curtain half lighted
Let your slim finger tips peep.
Often the bird in the tree-top.
Sings, for it hunger doth feel ;
Throw us, we pray, the small coin of silver
Which : ' " ■
it ! Thr
■ It !
College Songs. 1
. Yale Songs.
George Washington. ..... Ryley,
Trio. A Little Farm Well Tilled. . . . Parry _
Messrs. M.axwkll, Robersox and Willard.
Cradle Song. ..... Harrington.
Mrs. Winslow*s Soothing Syrup
Has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers
for their children, while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for freshmen. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents
U. N. C. Medle)-.
Huettclein. . ...
Solo, Mr. Maxwell.
The Letter. ....
K. P. H.
Three wearv davs have passed awav.
And still I sing a mournful lay.
Because my love is far awa}'.
And I have had no letter.
I study hard at ancient lore.
And when a knock comes at the door
I close mv book and hope once more
That I may get a letter.
Rat-a-tat : Rat-a-tat !
'Tis the butcher or baker, that's fat.
I know bv his ugly rat-tat.
With all his good beef the butcher's a
And the baker's both saucv and fat.
Rat-a-tat : Rat-a-tat .' etc.
Three weary days, my heart is sore.
5. Tree in the Ground.
6. Weimar People's Song.
From the Wartburg turrets o'er us
Comes a breath of sou^ resounding.
Hark 1 how rings the joyful chorus.
Both from Ilm and Saal rebounding !
Wid'ning hence the clear vibrations.
All the thrilling world enfold ;
Jlay the God who rules the nations
Weimar's princely house uphold !
A liveloug week has fled away.
And yet I sing my mournful lay,
Because my love is far away,
And I have had no letter.
I study hard at ancient lore,
And really think it is a bore.
But hark, there's footsteps at the door
Bv jingo, here's a letter !
Kat-a-tat, Rat-a-tat, etc.
Some one is coming to the door.
'Tis the postman ' I know his rat-tat,
And the gilt band he wears round his
He's brought me a letter from her I
Than Hebrew and Greek and all that.
Now welcome joy, I'll sigh no more.
Home of matrons famed in story.
Home of neroes danger scorning,
Steadfast in defeat or glory.
All the German land adorning !
Wisely ruled through general"
Crowned with bles:
May the God who i
Prince and peasant, firm united,
Find in mutual love new power,
May this love thus truly plighted
Be the living Wartburg's tower !
Hail our flag with exultations,
Ours to-day as ours of old !
May the God who rules the nations
Weimar's princely house uphold. !
.lies the nations
louse uphold !
7. Johnny Schiiioker.
U. X, C. I'ersion,
J. CRAWFORD BIGGS, PiesUlent.
MIKE HOKE, I'ice-Presidenl.
CHAS. R. TURNER, Secretary and Treasurer. GEO. L. PESCHAU, Leader (Fall Dance).
\VM. B. SNOW, Leader (Spring Dance).
THe \jNiveRSiTV Gertvtkn Club.
A. B. Andrews, Jr.,
A. S. Barnard,
J. C. Biggs,
R. W. Blair,
V. H. Boyden,
F. N. Cooke,
P. H. Cooke,
W. W. Davies, Jr.,
C. R. Eniry,
A. C. Ellis,
J. F. Gaither,
J. A. Gilmer,
P. C. Graham,
W. A. Graham,
W. P. Hubbard,
J. E. Ingle, Jr.,
L. O'B. B. Jones,
W. R. Kenan, Jr.,
B. R. Lee,
T. R. Littie,
A. H. London,
E. B. McKenzie,
E. R. McKethan,
E. A. Move, Jr.,
E. W. Myers,
J. L. Patterson,
G. L. Peschau,
H. B. Peschau,
W. R. Robertson,
E. R. Russel,
F. H. Short,
E. C. Gregory,
F. R. Harty,
G. H. Howell,
J. G. Smith,
W. B. Snow,
C. F. Toms,
C. R. Turner,
Hcnrv \V. Rice. Howard Burton Shaw.
GEt^lVinN. OCTOBER 11th, 1892.
Leader.— Q.. L. Peschau. Floor Managers.— ^\ W. Davies, Jr., J. E. Ingle, Jr.
GKRmRri, FEBRUHRY 7th, 1893.
Leader.— \V. B. Snow. Floor Managers.— P^. B. Andrews, Jr., J. C.
Moye. Turner. Gilmer. Harty.
1. Graham. Gaither. Barnard. Peschau. Bi;
Lee. Hubbard. Smith, G. Ellis. Russell.
London. Kenan. Busbee. Andrews. McKenz
F. C. HARDING, '93, President. GEORGE STEN'EXS, '96, Vke-Prcsident.
R. G. SHANXOXHOUSE, '95, Recording Secretary. H. HORXE, '94, Corresponding Secretary.
WORTH McAllister, '95, Treasurer.
1^^^^^ SoB^ U tjjj!^ i 1 Ks iji*
ESTABLISHED 1795, BOTH SECRET.
Dership 140. Jvlembership ISo
THe SHAKESPEARE CLUB,
President, Dr. THOS. HUME.
]'ice-Presidciii, Prof. W. D. TOY.
Seeretaiy, Mr. J. M. CHEEK.
Treasurer, Mr. HOWARD E. RONDTHALER.
The Executive Committee is composed of above officers and Messrs. J. T. Pugh, \V. P. Wooten, J. C. Biggs and
Prof. K. P. Harrington.
A. B. Andrews,
H. H. Atkinson,
S. F. Austin,
V. A. Batchelor,
J. C. Biggs,
J. M. Check,
P. T. Cheek,
F. N. Cooke,
W. P. M. Currie.
A. J. Edwards,
A. C. Ellis,
J. F. Gaither,
J. A . Gilmer,
F. C. Harding,
W. F. Hardiiig,
C. W. Home,
J. A. Jones,
A. H. Koonce,
G. k. Little,
J. E. Little,
J. A. McKethan,
E. A. Move,
J. F. Noo'e,
T. M. Nortrop,
G. L- Peschau,
J. T. Pugh,
H. E. Rondthaler,
\V. C. Smith,
E. M. Snipes,
W. P. Snow,
L- M. Swink,
H. M. Thompson,
W. R. Thompson,
W. W. Vass, Jr.
Z. I. Walser,
C. H. White,
V. E. Whitlock,
R. T. Wills,
E. M. Wilson,
W. P. Wooten,
Dr. Thos. Hume, University of North Carolina.
Dr. K. P. Battle,
Dr. G. T. Winston,
Dr. Henry E. Slieppard, Charleston College, S. C.
Prof. \V. A. Blair, Winston.
Dr. E. Alexander,
Prof. W. D. Toy,
Prof. K. P. Harrington,
Prof. Collier Cobb,
Mr. H. J. Stockard,
Rev. J. E. Fogartie,
Rev. Dr. J. L. Carroll,
Rev. Frederic Towers.
President, Professor HOLMES.
Secretary and Treasurer, Professor F. P. VENABLE.
THE NORTH CTXROL-INK HISTOL-OGICTXL SOCIETV
KEMP P. BATTLE, L.L.D., Pnsidail. GEORGE T. WINSTON, L.L. D., I'icc-Presidait.
EBEN. ALEXANDER, Ph.D. Treasurer. HOLLAND M. THOMPSON, Scnrlary.
Dr. KEMP P. BATTLE, ]
Dr. GEORGE T. WINSTON, \ Executive Cowmitlee.
E. M. WILSON, J
J^HIS Society has nominally been in operation for fiftj'-one years. Governor Swain in 1842 founded it, filled all the
>^ offices, and seems to ha\-e been the only member. It was not incorporated. He secured during the next twenty-
five years many valuable legislative documents, files of old newspapers, books, manuscripts, and letters of men emi-
nent in our history. Some of these are exceedingly valuable and grow more so yearly. He secured, among other things,
the manuscripts collected by Judge Archibald DeBow Murphey while he was intending to write the history of the State.
This was one of the most valuable collections ever gathered by any of our citizens. Many of Governor Swain's private
papers were mixed with the papers of the Historical Society and upon his death, in 1868, it was impossible to decide as to the
owner ship of many. Mrs. Swain upon her death, left these papers by will to the State, or the university, as her executors
should decide. Many of the more valuable autographs, however, had been sold away. The executors were Hon. R. H.
Battle and Judge Walter Clark. By their decision the Historical Society received them last year. The collection, though
greatly mutilated, is very valuable. It contains|many letters and papers of General John Steele, Archibald Mac Laine, Charles
W. Harris, Richard Caswell, and many Revolutionary worthies. Among others, the Society owns almost all the existing
evidence in regard to the Mecklenburg Declaration, of May 20th, 1775. It has the original journal of Rev. Humphrey
Hunter, the Davie copy of the Declaration, letters from John McKnitt Alexander and his son Joseph McKnitt, the letters
of General Jo,seph Grahair, and the certificates secured by Colonel Wm. Polk. The original copy of the Resolves of the
Cumberland Association, though worn into fragments is carefully preserved. The Society owns one of the finest collections
of Colonial and Revolutionary paper money in existence, and has also a very good collection of Indian and Revolutionary
The present charter of the Society was secured March 22, 1875, some of the most prominent men in the State being
named as incorporators. The first meeting was held in Raleigh, May 4, 1875, and Rev. Wm. Hooper, D. D was chosen
the first president. He was succeeded in June, 1877, by Judge John Kerr. Dr. Kemp P. Battle was next chosen and
has filled that office ever since. Rev. J. F. Heitman was the first secretary, then Dr. Stephen B. Weeks then Mr W J
Andrews served to June, 1891, Mr. Howard A. Banks to June, 1892, and Holland M. Thompson, since.
By the liberality of the University, a small appropriation was made last year for clerical aid. During the past year
much progress has been made in arranging material and many valuable books have been added to the librarj^of the Society
Much interest is manifested, especially by the students in the course, in North Carolina histon-. There is' much material
in the collection which should be published on account of the light which it would throw upon disputed points in North
Carolina history. The Society is unable to do this from lack of funds.
UNIl^eRSITV CHeTV^ISXRV JOURNAL-.
Meets Every Thursday Afternoon.
Dr. F. p. Venable, Pirsidimr Officer.
Howard E. Rondthaler, '93 Secretary.
Charles Baskerville, '92.
Arthur J. Edwards, '93.
W. M. Allen,
James F. Gaither, '93.
R. H. Mitchell, A. B.
C. H. White, '94
W. R. Kenan, Jr., '94.
THE UNIVERSITY mflGHZlNE.
Si'.v Times Per Year.
W. P. WOOTEN, J. E. INGLE, Jr., W. P. M. CURRIE,
J. M. CHEEK, T. J. WILSON, A. H. KOONCE,
Business Manager, PROF. COLLIER COBB.
THE TflR HEEU.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Editor-in-Chief: WALTER MURPHY. Business Manager: A. B. ANDREWS, Jr.
J. CRAWFORD BIGGS, CASWELL ELLIS, W. P. WOOTEN, PERRIN BUSBEE.
Editor-ix-Chief : THOMAS BAILEY LEE, *• i'- -i.
( WALTER MURPHY, i:. X.
Business Managers : J. GARXETT S^HTH, k. a.
(CHARLES R. TURNER,, ■!'. K. i.
E. P. WILLARD, A. K. E. HOWARD RONDTHALER, i:. A. E.
JOHX E. MATTOCKS, i:. X.
MICHAEL HOKE, ■i-. A.e. A. S. BARNARD, B. ■i: n.
J. E. INGLE, Jr.,A.T. ii. PERRIN BUSBEE. z.*.
KTH LeT I C S.
Chas. Baskerville, Manager.
L. GUARD. CENTRE.
Michael Hok?;, Captain.
S R. GUARD.
Hoke, (Capt. I Dev
Full Bjick. Currie,
L. Half. Merritt,
2 '2 "
' 10 "
• ii'4 "
U. N. C. z'S. Richtiiond College, at Richmond, Va.
40 to o October 22d.
Number Games Plaved, 6.
Charlottesville, Va., i,S
Durham, N. C, 24
Atlanta, Ga., 64
Nashville, Tenn,, 24
Atlanta, Ga., 26
30 " 23d.
o Noveniljer 12th.
o " 23d.
o " 24th.
o " 26th.
Scored against other teams, 196.
Against U. N. C'^o.
V r i T"^
N. C. BASE-
Gray, J. C,
Devin, ist B.
Mason, 3d B
Apr. 3, Univ.
vs. Durham A. A.,
" 13- "
•■ Oak Ridge,
" Wake Forest,
.," 28, "
, " 29, "
n and Lee,
F=RMTeRNITY TeWNIS COURTS.
Beta Theta Pi.
rresideut, Perri-V Busbee.
Vice-President, W. B. Sxow.
Sec. and Treas., Wm. A. Grah.\m.
Phi GAmmA Deutr.
President, J. 51. Cheek.
Vice-President, \'. E. Whiti,ock,
Secretary, W. C. KlutTZ.
President, E. A. Move.
Vice-President, R. T. S. STEELE.
Sec. and Treas., Chas. R. Emry.
President, T. C. Smith, Jr.
Vice-President, J. A. GwvN.
Sec. and Treas., J. G. Rankin.
T. E. W. Brown.
V. X. Batchelor,
J. C. Carroll.
President, Wm. W. Vass, Jr.
Vice-President, B. Rush Lee.
Sec. and Treas., William A. Devin.
■^1- X E N N I S ••• C L U B S. i^
UNIVERSITY THNNIS CUUB.
W. R. Kexax, Jr., President. J. I.. Gilmer, Sec. and Treas.
Mike Hoke. J. N. I'ruden, D. K. McMae. C. R. Tnrner, J. F. Shaffner,
E. P. Willard, .\. C. Ellis, R. Van Landinghani, J. L. Gilmer, W. B. Lemly,
G. L. Peschau, F. F. Bahnsou, J. L. Patterson, V. E. Whitlock. Peter John,
W.R.Kenan, .\. H. London, H. E. Rondtlialer, A. B. .\ndrews, Jr., C. F. Toms.
RUTH CLiEVEUAND TENNIS CbUB.
W. p. WooTKN', President. D. R. Brv,son, Sec. and Treas.
G. Little. J.C. Ellcr, D. R. Br>-son, S. F. .\nstin, J.Long, R. B. Hnnter,
\V. H. Williams, T. D. Bryson, J. F. .\'ooc, H. R. Ferguson, W. P. Woolen, Jesse Oldham.
flliPHA TENNIS CbUB.
E. A. Move, President. Perrix Bisbee, Vice-President. A. C. Ellis, Sec. and Treas.
E. W. Myers, W. .\. Mitchell, W. R. Robertson, Collin H. Harding, Jas. Sawyer,
Frank N. Cooke, F. H. Holmes, Ch.as. Sheltou, W. P. Hubbard.
GflmmR TENNIS CliUB.
F. L. Wii.cox, President. .^. B. KiMB-\LL, Sec. and Treas.
F. B. McKiune, T. L. Northrop, Wm. Cummings, F. L. Wilcox, Geo. Carpenter,
H. G. Roberson, R. E. Zachary, E.M.Wilson, .A.J.Edwards, .\. B. Kimball
M. Hoke, President. F. 'SI. Stroxach, Tre.isurer.
J. C. Biggs, J. .-v. Gilmer, F. ^L Stronach, J. W. McAllister,
Perrin Busbee, W. .A. Graham, Harry Howell, Mike Hoke.
We give below some of the records achieved by this institution during the past year. It is our belief that in every case all previous
lecords have been broken, and hence these stand as the World Records. Should any cases be discovered in which the following records have
been surpassed, subscribers hereby have special permission to raise ouRS ad iiifiiiitutit.
5000 Yards Dash ,
Standing High Jump.
I Mile Run,
Pole Vault over S. Building,
Running High Jump,
Throwing Base Ball,
Lifting Match (wagon on chapel
*Cross Country Match,
Hare and Hounds,
Nasal Extensor Match,
8 feet (over Alex'i
I mi. 3 days,
3000 bumps per
All the time,
9 days per week.
not appear ve
riarkable to the casual observer, but it 1
Jimmy D. Barnes,
Jno, Gilmer (both)
" Sporty " .Scott,
" Hawks " Pruden,
st be borne in mind that it is three t
Fell off 400 lbs. en route.
Start occupied 4 days.
Accompanied by his j-ellow shoes.
Never stole grapes again.
Former winner as to size,
latter as to number.
No audience — 2 .\. m.
Gray fouud asleep at 400 yards.
Died from effects.
Length, i millimetre.
5 ins. and b}- no means stopped.
Costume formerly worn by " Long "
To get the good of his pass.
From present observations predicted
distance is 100 ^-ards per step.
lies the gentleman's height.
' All hell broke loose.
' An idle weed grows apace. "
What oft was thought but ne'er so well expressed."
" A damned, horrid grind."
Small cheer and great welcome make a merrj' feast."
Foot Ball Banquet.
" They laugh who win."
Snow and Mitchell .
" Little streamlet, little streamlet, thou art a brook."
Love, composing .
Bid me discourse and I will enchant thine ear."
" If they went to hell, the devil would blush for
Second (jcrman .
" How long, O Lord, how long !"
" His face always wears a smile for he is a jolly man."
" Rich with the spoils of nature "
F>r. I 'enable.
" He spoke French, and German too, better by far than
most men do."
" 'Xay Jean' He's not only a scholar but a musician."
"Think nothing gained, 'he cried' Till nought
" Deep sighted in intelligences,
Ideas, atoms, influences."
" Man in no way approaches so near the gods as in
doing good to men."
" Petition me no petitions."
" Eureka, I have found it."
" No one but himself can be his parallel."
' ' Cheek ^ * * * *
Flushing white and softened red ;
Mingling tints as the bashful rose."
' ' As one nail drives out another,
So the remembrance of my former love,
Is by a newer object quite forgotten."
" To know him is to respect him, for in him you find
all that constitutes a gentleman."
" He was a noble man, capable only of noble impulses,
noble deeds, and loved by all that knew him."
" A kind, courteous man, whose deeds are good deeds,
and whose heart overflows with love for his fellow man."
" Smooth is the water wliere the brook runs deep."
" Dread the anger of the dove."
" All learned and drunk."
" I will be with vou in the squeezing of a lemon."
" Let others hail the rising sun,
I bow to that whose course is run . ' '
"The still, small voice of gratitude."
" Wretched, unideaed boys."
" Order is heaven's first law."
" Wince's " Law and Order Society."
" He thinks too much, such men are dangerous."
' ' Why dost thou seek me out ? ' '
J/an behind a post.
" O, while you live, tell truth and shame the devil."
' ' Sly ' ' Robertson .
" A deed without a name."
Paintinq- the Chapel .
" The devil knew not what he did when he made man
politic ; he crossed himself by it."
" He will lie sir, with such volubility, that you would
think truth were a fool."
" Beautiful in feature.
Lovely as the day,
Can there be so fair a creature
Formed from human clay ?"
" Let this be my epitaph, ' Here lies truth — none
ever comes out.' "
" If all the year was playing holidays, to sport would
be as tedious as work."
" It is better to wear out than to rust out."
" He was the sweetest of all singers."
" The ' Myrtle ' now idly entwinethh with his crown."
" Better late than never."
" He does smile his face into more lines than are in a
" A most high miracle !"
" Grace was in everv step — in every gesture dignity."
" Behold me I am worthy of thy loving."
" Why should every creature drink but I."
" I drink no more than a sponge."
" Not all that glitters is gold."
" SA'!/i>iv's " jVose.
" A prodigy of learning."
" Oh, whistle to me and I will come to you my lad."
Wobble and Murwie.
" O, 'tis excellent to have giant strength, but 'tis
tyranous to use it like a giant."
" He was so good, he would pour rose water on a
" 'Tis neither here nor there."
J/v name on Bulletin after Exams.
" Two grabs for a nickle."
" .Muneher " and " f-'ete."
' ' The devil hatli power to assume a pleasing shape. ' '
Boarding-house peaehes .
" A man of unbounded stomach. "
"P. (r." Graham.
" I am a little foot-ball man,
My name begins with B,
I wear my sweater all the time.
That all may know who see.
' ' Sentimentally I am disposed to harmony but organ-
ically I am incapable of a tune.
" A hungry lean fond villian, a mere anatomy."
" His face would cook coffee."
" A thing in paints."
" We are the biggest feet — ure of the University."
" When he ' takes a gorge,' famine threats."
" Hops " Price.
" Graceful in his gait."
" Trust not in him that seems a saint."
Borden and Miller.
" Forlorn he walks upon this earth, unclean, unwashedi
I have seen better faces in mv time.
' ' This extension without breadth or thickness : it would
take a forest of his legs to make a bunch of faggots."
" O zounds, how weary, flat, stale, and unprofitable."
" Wiser in his own conceit than seven men that can
render a reason.' '
' ' There is such a plague every morning with buckling
shoes, gathering, combing, and powdering.
" Beau Brumniel " Koian.
" Tarry at Jericho till th}- beard be grown." .
\ I 'ooteii .
" So fair example of untainted youth."
" A very ancient fish-like smell."
Bio/ogieal Laboratory .
" The rankest compounds of villainous smells that ever
offended the nostril."
Chemical Laboratory .
" Full longe were his legges and ful lene,
Y' like a staf, there was no calf y' seen."
"He shows himself more idle than if laziness were a
sister to him."
" Of all smells I ever smelled, no smell like the smell
around this man."
Foot-ballist after match game.
' ' So disposed to opposition that he does not even eat a
thing that agrees with him."
• ' 'Tis said that white swans sing before they die ; 'twere
no bad thing did certain persons die before they sing.
" I could count two-and-sevent3' stenches, all well
defined, and several stinks."
foot Ball Vcai/i.
" An' vou got to git up airlv, if vou want to take in
' ' Too civil bv half.
" The women pardoned all but their faces."
" Carlo," " Billy," and " .Uinichcr."
" I am but a gatherin'r and disposin'r of other men's
stuff. ' '
Successful Poker player.
COTVYTV^ENCETVYENT OERICERS '93.
Chas. R. Turner,
Chief, WILLIAM R. KENAN.
W. R. Robertson,
W. A. Graham,
J. L. Patterson.
PHI. SOC. Dl. SOC.
W. F. Harding, Thos. B. Lee,
J. E. Alexander, L. N. Hickerson,
J. E. Ingle. L. M. Swink.
Chict\ Thos. S. Rollins.
S. T. Honeycutt,
G. R. Little,
J. Garnett Smith.
E. M. Snipes,
T. E. Brown,
phorpogpaphiG pipotogpapbi,. ©atight in i\^e ©lass-I^oonp.
I Bell rings. ) Prof, seated at desk, legs crossed, (his, not the desk's) class book and pencil in hand. Students come in blowing and puff-
ing after having climbed three flights of stairs. "Gentlemen I will call, please answer to your names." [Calls the roll, half of class is
" Gentlemen, some members of our class are ver}- conspicuous by their absence." (^Peculiar sounds heard from class,
which are supposed to resemble laughter.)
" You will please close your books."
(Books are shifted, still open, from top of desks to knees, j
" Mister, Ah uni, Mister — let me see — I have forgotten your name — (some one suggests Long.) "Thank you, sir.
Mister Long, please translate me from the word ' Das Buch.' "
Long begins, but is interrupted by the words, " Rise if you please, sir."
(As the Universit}^ is not a freeschool nor a kindergarten, just why Mr. Long must rise to recite is not yet clearly
understood. Possibly such is the custom in Gennany. )
Long continties slowly to translate, but presently is hung by the word " Thur."
"What does that mean, Mr. Long ?"
" Any one in the class may tell us right quickly now, if you please."
No one seems inclined to tell us " right quickly now," so the Prof, proceeds : " Thur, means door, gentlemen ; let
me make it clear. In Germany they have two kinds of doors, that is two varieties, /. e. big doors and little doors ; the
door in front is a big door, the doors inside are the little doors if a door is not a big door it is a little door, sometimes
when I was a student in Germany and came home late at night, (smiles) the door was locked that is the big door. Now
get this point right clearly now, and you will never have to get it again.
Class looks very wise after this valuable piece of imformation.
" Mr. Rothlander, please read me on page 43, right quickly now." No response. " Ah, I see, Mr. Rothlander is
asleep, we will pass on."
I would like you, gentlemen, to get this point right clearh' now once for all, so that you maj* keep it.
Class looks up expectantly. Prof, proceeds : " Get this right carefully now, if you please, and hold it. Some pens
write German better than other pens."
" Mr. Askinston recite me now please right quickly ' Die Lorelei ' Mr. Askinston gets the iirst two lines, having just
seen them in the book, after a fashion, and then comes to a dead stop and sits down.
Prof: " Gentlemen let me read you a little poetic version of my own, just dashed off in a moment and of no real
merit." Class listens resignedly. (We will spare the reader. )
" Now Gentlemen, write nie for next time seven exercises in German script, learn me nine pages in the grammar,
and read me the remainder of ' Die Arganant, right quickly now, if j'ou please. " Bell rings. Class looks relieved —
slumberers are awakened — Prof, closes his book, and students wearily leave the room.
The T^ncient Oroer of= Vhrn Srinners,
DISCIPLES OF HNNHNIPiS.
REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATIONS,
(i ) No candidate shall be admitted who was ever known to ally liimself with George Washington as regards
(2) Each member must have on hand at everj' meeting five new fables (?) If any of the five are stale, the members
in turn shall gently admonish the offender with a rubber hair brush .
(3) He shall be Presider who best acquits himself in his hyperbolical pursuits.
Meiidacissiiiius, Pete Murphy.
Mcndacior, Sly Robertson, First Vice, R. M.
Minus Mcndaiior. Bob Blair, Second R. M.
" Hudy" Atkinson, Hawks Pruden, Tommyhawk Kildee Lee,
Johnny " Gilp," " Buck Ale.x." Andrews, J-. Tuberoser Smith.
"Pres," "Wince," "Billy."
(i) Anv member caught in the erroneous pursuits of veracity shall forthwitli l)e deprived of his insignia, the distaff,
and shall no longer be considered a mendax of good standing.
(2) Order meets regularly at Stick-in-the-Mud House every eighth night in the week. No broken-down sports,
foot-pads, etc., allowed unless bringing twofors and yaller ticklers, in which case they will instantly be admitted to all
sacred and mj^stic rights of brotherhood.
SPITTOON CLEANER. PIPE LIGHTER.
" Pat." Harty. "Jim." Cobb.
W. T. PATTERSON.
7VY I SC E L-LT^ N_EOUS.
GRAND SPECTACULAR and MINISTREL SHOW
FACULTY FUNNY FELLOWS.
OERARD HALL, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, APRIL 1, IS
GIVEN FOR THEIR OWN BENEFIT.
The following Special Artists and New Features have been added :
DICK WHITEHEAD, M. D.
The Little Joker.
1. The Fairv Skirt Dance, Messrs. Wni. Cain and Collier Cobb
2. ,SoNC. (Duet). "We are the Stuff." Eben Alexander and
Walter Toy accompanied on the " Eucalyptine " by Karl P.
3. Recitation. " How I Learned to Walk." Joe Holmes
This is OUR Prof. Holmes, and he will illustrate in his own
inimitable way the latest and most approved styles of walking.
4. The WoNnERFUi. Trained Ducks. Exhibited by Mynheer
Duckv', ducky, can you tell.
Why we ring the dinner bell ?
Do you know why people eat.
And who made webbing on ^-our feet ?
5. S01.0. The Lone Lovers Lament. Henry \'an Peters Wilson
The audience is requested to keep their seats as no return tickets
will be issued at the door. They will now be amused with some
ENTIRELY NEW jokes by Little Plum. Battle, the joker.
N. B. — Tickets given away at all the leading stores down town,
1. Will open with a great Motley Spectacular, with the following
characters represented :
F.\LSTAFF, ------- George Winston
Apollo BelviderE, Karl Harrington
Cupids, - (with broken darts) - Walter Toy and Win. Cain
The Black Douglas ----- Eli. the Janitor
(Used only in this parti
The Quacks, or the Duck and the Doctor, H. Williams and Dick
The Smiling Cherub, ----- Collier Cobb
The Missing Link ----- Clarence Greeley
(Specially imported for this occasion)
2. Our Own Contortionists, - Frank Venable and Josh Gore
3. Grand Finale by the Orchestra, in which the following
specialists will be introdviced : T. Hume, Jr., will blow " His
Own Horn." Karl Harrington, "The Eucalyptine." Wm.
Cain, " The Triangle and the Fiddle." Harry Wilson, "The
Miciotome." Wilkes Caldwell, Eli Merritt and Bill McDade
will join in the final chorus by the entire company
Each ticket holder presented with a chromo at the door. Show begins
An Attempt at Rhyming by a Freshman.
We stand undismayed tho' no colors airing,
And care not a snap for Sophomore swearing.
Though when we entered on last September,
We expected them our limbs to dismember.
And on account of blacking and sundn,- sprees
To air our " freshness " up neighboring trees.
But to ourselves they kindly seemed to take.
And compelled us only a few speeches to make,
And in terms of fitting application
To acknowledge them Lords of all creation.
And worthy to represent the genius of a nation.
The Juniors looked on with an air as of yore.
Sighing for their lost privileges of Sophomore,
Wishing to call backward time in its flight.
And be a Soph again just for to-night.
The Senior with dignity most bland.
Gave us a patronizing shake of the hand.
And bade us behold what a man would be
Who became a mighty Senior at U. X. C,
That the step from Fresh' to Seniors mien
Wa.s greater than Darwin's wildest dream.
Settled finally, things moved snioothly along
With just a little "game" mingled with a song,
A lot of hard work, an occasional grat ;
For a Freshman is a Freshman " for a' tliat."
And so that time glided swiftly by
And Christmas examinations drew nigh.
And the smiles of the Professors began to get broader
As tliev placidly thought of the coming slaughter.
But those who " fell " soon rallied from the blow
And in Christmas fun forgot Latin and English woe,
For bv Rhetoric and .Analysis we are ne'er made wise
Nor by eternal references to " Skeats Concise."
Back we came refreshed but not " freshed " as before
And usurped the rights of the Sophomore
Bv taking the " temperature " of the newly arriveu,
In a way that will not here be given.
With the beacon of the future ever shining bright
We leave past cares and begin the new year aright.
And soon another feather is plucked from time's wing.
And March examinations announce the note of Spring.
In the Spring the Professor's work with livelier zest ;
In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of rest.
And now may peace and harmony and good will
The bosom of each one fill ;
And when College life is o'er,
And these scenes around are known no more ;
When with the tide of life we mix.
May all honor accord to the class of '96.
Historian of '96.
^1 Driving •• Club. ^
Prof. ALEXANDER, President. Prof. GORE, I'iee-Fresident. Prof. TOY, Seeretary and Treasurer.
CHARLES ROBERSON, JOHN MATTOX,
CR.WVFORD BIGGS, J. E. INGLE.
MUSIC BOX ENGINEERS.
RUSH LEE, BAILEV LEE, GARNETT SMITH.
Most High Incomparable Gorger.
' ' fiXy ' ' Robertson .
Second Best Gorger.
SEVEN SNORTING SLEEPERS.
TOM BROWN, JAMIE SAWYER,
RUSH LEE, "OLD KIRK,
SLY ROBERTSON, TOM STEELE.
BUMPER. TOM ROLLINS.
REID Rl'SSELL, President, CHERRY STREET GILMER, rice-Presuien/.
BILLY KENAN, " WORRILL ' W. VASS.
YICTOR WHITLOCK, WORTH McALISTER.
OUT O'SIGHT SPIERS.
Professor BASKERVILLE, President'.
Professor SHAW, Correspondent to M.\trimoxiai. Journals.
Professor CAIN, 1 ,, , o.n
Professor TOY, /Members Still.
Professor WILSON, now on the fence, resignation before the Club.
. . BICYCLE CLUB.
Professor GRZEhY, Pirsideii/. Professor WILLIAMS, Vice-President.
Chief Gorger. — ' ' Hopsy ' ' Price.
Secondary Gorger. — ' ' Gus " J f liitc.
Members. — From the Faculty. — -Joe Holmes.
From ' ' Our Young Alumni . " — ' 'Hacker ' ' Mcbane.
From "The Student Body." — "Sly" Rohertson, Alf. Barnard.
Second Dudes Club.
President and Model. — Wilkes, Jr.
Members. — Van Aston Batchelor, W. R. Kenan, Jr., Reid Russell, \V. \V. Vass.
Note. — "Muncher" Toy, a member of 8 ^-cars' standing, expelled for raising his hat 7 inches
instead of the regnlation half-foot.
(Since the resignation of Professor "Harr\' " Wilson, the club has been reduced to
but one member: proving the truth of the " the survival of the fittest," William Cain, C. E.)
"Jo-Jo" Club or The Dog-F.\ced Men.
Tom Warren, Ben Stanley,
S. Mason, E. Carr.
L.A.ZV Mens' Club.
Rob. Gray, Jule Ingle,
Geo. Peschau, "Hawks" Pruden,
Knight of the Round T.\ble.
"Bumper." Nancy Hanks.
Tr.weling for the Club.
J. C. Badham, Billy Patterson.
President: — "What do you regard as the most common
measure of liquids ? ' '
Williams : — '• Pints, sir ! "
Professor Gore ; — ' ' What is the present condition of the
sun Mr. Biggs ? ' '
" Vicious, sir ! "
(Note. — Freshman are uot expected to understand this joke.)
" Mr. Smith," said Carlo Mario, " I have discovered a
new law of nature."
" What is that professor? "
" Wh}-, I observed that my bicycle runs down hill more
easily than it does up ! "
English Sophomore : — ( .Applies also to essays and orations.)
" But, gentlemen, please remember Uiat this is a once-a-
Dr. Venable to Sophomore :
' ' What is cheniism ? ' '
Student, hesitatingly replies " Professor, I did know, but
I have forgotten."
Doctor: — "That is sad, very sad; the only man in the
world who ever knew, has forgotten."
Professor Gore asks Kenan to give the duration of
"From sunset to sunrise, sir; oh no ! that's wrong. I
mean from sun rise to sun set ! "
The 'Varsity Seem=phunny.
When I " fresh" to the 'Varsity came,
" Fresh" was hardly the proper name ;
As I think of it now, you l.now,
'Pears like I must have been mighty slow !
When I myself on the campus found,
Suddenly startled I looked around,
From forty throats I heard " F'resh" resound,
I'll never be " Fresh" an\' more.
The '\'arsity ! The 'Varsity !
They say such things and they do strange things,
At tile \'arsity, the 'Varsity !
I'll never go tliere any more.
To the President's office I first did go.
Seventeen papers I signed in a row ;
For my tuition, I gave a note,
(Shall pay it by pawning this spiketail coat !)
"The Registrar wrote me a neat " little trick,"
I seized it and started for classes right quick.
But the Sophomores cried, " Take a ' grat' you chick ;"
" We never go there an}- more !" — Cho : —
On Friday night came a fellow, said he,
"Vou must go to Society along with me.
You must join the Di or must join the Phi."
The reason exactly, I couldn't learn why.
From my opera chair as I looked about,
Some one cried " fire" with a fearful shout,
I was fined fourteen dollars, before I got out,
I never go there any more ! — Cho : —
I " went on class" 'twas in first Mathematics,
The Professor's the same as of " Graphical Statics,"
A black and white dog la}- there, stretched on the floor,
X i y ^ a- I wrote near the door ;
Up started that dog, " Sic him" urged on the boys,
" Here Di," cried the Prof., in a very stern voice,
" Not just yet," I shrieked, as I fled from that noise,
I've never been there any more ? — Cho : —
I w-ent into the English Room,
And I didn't get out a bit too soon !
We had to recite only once a week,
But it was enough just to hear him speak ;
" Buy this and buy that, and whatever vou do,
Be sure and get Skeat's Etvmology too ;
If you don't, I'.n sure you will never get through.
I never go there any more ! — Cho : —
I tried again, 'twas Philosophy now-.
Began reciting the best I knew how,
" How do you know that you know," said the Prof.
" Don't sass me that way !" said I, " Come off'!"
The class rather audibly smiled at that.
Somewhat crestfallen, down I sat.
Didn't know anything w-here I was at,
Don't know nothin' now any more ! — Cho : —
New honors I sought on the football field.
In athletics resolved to none would I j-ield ;
In the " Scrub eleven" I took mv place.
Thought I'd kick tlie ball thro' four dimensions of space !
Straightway I met up with the " Centre Rush,"
Just twenty more fellows jumped on to the crush.
They scraped up my pieces with a fine-tooth brush,
I never kick now anv more ! — Cho : —
At the end of the term I " went on exam."
Sat up all night at a beastlv " cram ;"
I wrote forty pages all over with stuff",
Then stopped, thinking may be that was enough.
A day or two later, I asked for m^* grade,
" You are six" said the Prof. " I am sorely afraid — "
Just six more than I knew, I was amply repaid !
I've never got six any more ! — Cho : —
Object Lessons for Freshmen.
See the Man Running I
Is the Man Jule Ingle.
Ah, no ! my child. Jule Ingle Never Runs. He Walks only Because he can't Roll.
Who, then, is the Man and Why does He Run ?
The Man is " Muncher " Toy : he is late and Running to Chapel to Hear "Carlo"
What Have we Here, my Child ?
It is A Monkey.
No, No ; it is Prof. Greeley. But why does He look so Happy ?
He is happy because, i. He has found Out the Amount of His Bill to Mr. Crutch-
field. 2. He has Found his Hat, which was on His Head. 3. He Has found his Umbrella.
'' Rcquicscat in Pace."
THE • OLD • BELL.
Adapted by W. fl. B.
(Air: " '/rmiip, Tramp, T) amp."]
To the Ijusy morning light,
To tlie slumbers of the night,
To the labors and the lessons of the hour.
With a ringing, rhj-thmic tone.
Over hill and valley blown,
Call the voices watching, waking iu the tower.
Cling ! clang ! cling ! the bell is ringing,
Hope and help its chimings tell ;
Through the halls of N. C. U.,
O'er the quiet village too,
Float the nielodv and music of the l)cll.
By our Otey's famed retreat.
Where the loved and lovers meet.
By the laurel bank and glen of dreaming flower;
Where the groves are dark and grand.
Where the oaks majestic stand.
Come the voices, mellow voices of tlie tower.
When our student-life is o'er.
When its dreams beguile no more,
And when " Forward " is tlie order of the hour,
Still, believe me, brothers, dear.
In the future we shall hear
Guiding voices from our angel in the tower.
Not afraid to dare and do,
IvCt us rouse ourselves anew.
With the " kno%vledgc that is victory and power,"
And arrayed in every fight
On the battle side of right.
Gather glon,' for our angel in '"lie tower.
University of North Carolina, Commencement Day, iSS6.
Examination on Fresh English.
1. Name all the principal streets of Yazoo City, and give an illustration of oifensive
2. In the sentence " Strike him for pie, Mary Ann," name the kind of pie referred to,
and, also, give as near as you can, the advalorem duty on mules under the McKinley law.
3. How do you account for the difference between a horse-chestnut and a chestnut
horse, and what is your opinion of the Police Force of New York City ?
4. State how, when, where, why, and by whom the poem was written in which these
lines occur :
" This road is not passable.
Not even Jackassable, ' '
and name the author of ' ' Where am I at ? "
5. Write your parents' names, and your own name in full, giving sufficient reasons
for not being named otherwise. Pledge.
Specimen Question on Fresh Mathematical Examination.
If two diametrical circles with octagonal peripheries should collide with a centrifugal
idiosyncrasy, or a disenfranchised nonenity, what effect would the catastrophy exert upon a
crystalized codfish suspended by its caudal appendage, from the homogeneous rafters of the
W. W. VASS. J. E. INGLE.
G. L. PESCHAU. J. G. SMITH.
Opponents. " Points.
Smith and Pescliau 300
Vass and Ingle 297
Everv Alumnus and College man should wear the button
of his Alma Mater. Why not get them now at the extremely
low price of Si. 50 in Gold from WRIGHT, KAY & CO.,
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Complimentary Banquet to Foot Ball Team.
UNIVERSITY INN, 10 P. ^I., DECEMBER 2, 1892.
HOWARD E. RONDTHALER, '93 Toast Master.
THE TEAM," Dr. Venable
'ATHLETICS," Prof. Williams
'OUR SPONSORS," Capt. Hoke
' OUR CAPTAIN," Manager Baskerville
'OUR MANAGER," Dr. Alexander
'THE UNIVERSITY," Dr. Manning
'THE SCRUB TE.\M," Perrin Bosbee, '93
DeB. WhiTakek, a H McFavden.
ECHOES FHOjVL THE BAHQUET.
AIR, " Maggie Murphy's Home."
Virginians say their team can pla}',
And they are sure to win ;
But all the same they lose tlie game,
And part with hard earned tin.
For Murphy'll break their centre,
And Snipes will do the same.
And you can bet on Jimmy Biggs
To play the N. C. game.
The Trinity line the)- broke so fine,
They think they are out of sight,
But now they've met a team you bet
For N. C, she's all right.
For Devin'll open up the line ;
Mike Hoke go through the hole,
And N. C. wins the game boys,
When Barnard kicks the goal.
AIR, " Ta-ra-ra boom-de-ay."
Murphy he's our centre rush,
Kirk and Snipes you bet can push,
Biggs and Little mighty are fine.
Captain Hoke punts down the line.
U. Va., they cannot play.
U. N. C. will walk away
With their ball team any day.
Barnard tackles out of sight,
Old man Deviu, he's all right ;
Make five yards whenever we send
Little Ben Stanlej- 'round the end.
Gibbs and Guion are the stuff,
Pugh and Merritt good enough ;
Charlie, Burt, and Wooteu, too,
Will uphold the white and blue.
Air-"" RUBEN, RUBEN, I'VE BEEN THINKING.
Winston, Winston, we've been thinking,
What great things for us you've done
Though you are but j-et a j-oungster.
Fair and fat and 41.
Muncher, Muncher, we've been thinking.
Oh, how awful it would be.
If you'd forget your bows and smiling,
We'ed forget our ennui."
Harrington, Harrington, we've been thinkiii
What a fine club we would be.
If all of us could sing as you do —
From low bass up to high G.
Carlo Mario, we've been thinking.
In air above and earth below,
Where, if yon please, did you get those whiskers !
Laissez fairc, or make them grow.
Tommy, Tommy, we've been thinking,
Oh, indeed, how strange 'twould feel.
If you should once dismiss us promptly
For to take our mid-day meal.
Joshua, Joshua, we've been thinking.
How much handsomer you would be.
If you would part your hair in the middle.
Brush on both sides just like me.
Kemp, P., Kemp, P., we've been singing,
'Till we've hoarse as hoarse can be.
Can't you give a joke or something.
To make the time pass pleasantly.
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all its departments. It will contain in each number an article of the more serious sort, by some
alumnus of the University or other prominent thinker, besides poems, critical reviews, essays,
careful book notices, and editorials on topics of general interest.
Contributions are solicited from both students and alumni, and such as are available
will find a place in the Magazine.
The Magazine is for sale in Raleigh, at Alfred Williams & Co.'s ; in Wilmington, at
C. W. Yate's ; in Charlotte, at Putnam's ; in Winston, at Whitaker's ; and in Ashville at
Morgan's. It may be had at Sever's in Cambridge, Mass., and at Brentano's New York.
Single copies cost twenty-five cents ; the subscription is one dollar per year.
THE UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
The University has 23 teachers and 317 students, 10 buildings, 8 laboratories and museums for scientific
study and research, 2 literary societies, the Shakespeare Club, the Philological Club, the Mitchell
Scientific Society, the Young Men's Christian Association,
A Library of 30,000 Volumes
Open 5 hours daily, a Reading Room with 60 papers and journals, open daily 10 hours, a Gymnasium
with skilled instructor. Athletic Grounds for Base Ball, Foot Ball, and 10 Tennis courts.
There are four courses of study, six brief courses, a large number of optional courses, with special and
professional courses in Chemistry, Law, Medicine and Engineering.
The Chemical Laboratories are fully equipped for all kinds of work : the Law School has two classes,
with daily recitations, and Lectures for each day ; the medical school offers dail}' lectures and requires
students to dissect the human cadaver ; the Engineeiing department furnishes advanced theoretical
instruction, as well as field practice.
Discipline is firm, but manly and self-respecting. There is no demerit system, nor espionage. Students
are treated as gentlemen and expected to behave as gentlemen.
Students from other institutions of recognized standing are credited with such work as the)' have per-
formed with honor at those institutions.
Over 70 scholarships are available for needy boys of trust. $16,000 to be loaned to very needy and very
talented boys. Time granted to those whose means cannot be used at once. Address
PRESIDENT WINSTON, Chapel Hill, N. C.