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S. C. MITCHELL, M. A., Ph. D.,
LL. D., D. D., President. On leave
of absence at Brown University.
ANDREW C. MOORE, A. B., Acting
PATTERSON WARDLA w, A. B., LL. D.,
Dean of the Department of Educa
tion. College street.
F. HORTON COLCOCK, C. E., LL. D.,
Dean of the Department of Physics
and Engineering. Campus.
M. HERNDON MOORE, A. B., LL. B.,
Dean of the School of Law. Pick
ens and Gervais streets.
LEONARD T. BAKER, A. M., Secretary.
MRS. S. L. LATIMER, Matron, Stew
ards' Hall. Green street.
IRVINE F. BELSER, President Athletic
Association. 12 W. Rutledge.
B. JENNINGS WHITE, President Aca
demic Class. 6 E. Rutledge.
J. COPELAND MASSEY, President Law
Class. 5 E. Legare.
RICHARD M. JEFFERIES, President
Clariosophic Society. W. Harper.
JNO. C. SHEPPARD, JR., President Eu
phradian Society. 6 E. Rutledge.
JNO. C. SHEPPARD, JR., President Y.
M. C. A. 6 E. Rutledge.
ROBT. M. COOPER, JR., Acting Mgr.
Football Team. 9 E. Rutledge.
ROBT. M. COOPER, JR., Manager Base
ball Team. 9 E. Rutledge.
Tiios. K. VASSY, Manager Basket
ball Team. DeSessaure.
ROBT. E. GONZALES, Editor-in-Chief
"Garnet and Black." Senate street.
B. JENNINGS WHITE, Editor-in-Chief
"Carolinian." 6 E. Rutledge.
L. WARDLAV SMITI, Editor-in-Chief
"Gamecock." 9 E. Rutledge.
IRVINE F. BELSER, Busincs Manager
"Garnet and Black." 12 W. Rut
L. WARDLAW SMITH, Business Man
ager "Carolinian." 9 E. Rutledge.
BERNARD MANNING, Business Man
ager "Gamecock." 6 Monte Carlo.
From Across the Hall-"Hey,
Jack, I hear your roommate is on the
Jack-"Yes, and I wished it was
Fresh Harper-"Bush, wliat is a
Mr. II. H. Heyward, Jr., visited
friends on campus during the week
and witnessod the Davidson-Carolina
Prof. r<eith, in Second French
"They 'say, Mr. Graydon, that after
you are twenty-one years old, you
never can learn to speak French cor
Fresh Graydon - "Why, that's
nothing, Professor, I knewm a French
man in Greenwood once who had been
here twenty-five years and couldn't
speak a word of English."
Prof. Keith---"Well, Mr. Graydon,
he must have been exceptionally dull."
Fresh Graydon-"No, sir; Profes
sor, lie was only dumb."
Senior Lee-"Lucy qobb is in
Athens, isn't it?
Junior Parrott-"Is she Ty Cobb's
"No, she is his wife."
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Dr. Moore (in Ethics)-"Miss
Yarborough, give a classical instance,
where the definite law of the State
comes into collision with the more
customary principle of family affec
Miss Yarborough-"A classical in
stance of such a conflict is found in
the ANTIGONE of Sophocles. HE (An
tigone) prefers the latter, because it
is of immemorial antiquity and its
origin cannot be traced, whereas the
law makes and unmakes itself.
Special Holmes wants to know if
the back band is the part of the har
ness that goes under the horse's tail.
Mr. J. B. Reeves, 'Varsity 'o7, is
visiting Mr. Bernard Manning and his
many Carolina friends.
Senior Manning ("The Battery")
-"There's no doubt about its being
cold there when it is cold."
Who will be a starter among the
University boys of a campaign fund
on first edition
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