The youngest student at the University is Master Robert
Welch, who is 12 years of age and weighs 75 pounds. He
registered without conditions for the A. B. 2 course.
C. T. Woollen, University Proctor, has been elected
Treasurer of the Athletic Association. All the financial
affairs of the Association will be in his hands. Mr. Wool-
len and Athletic Director Cartmell will together perform
the duties of Graduate Manager.
Up to Saturday night, September 28th, seventy-one new
men had been received by the Phi Society and fifty-seven
by the Di.
The storehouse and dwelling comprising the Miss Belle
Hutchins property on Franklin street have been moved
to the rear of the lot on which they stood, and will be
remodeled as dwellings. They give place to three pro-
posed business houses: a store for Dr. Kluttz, a drug
store for the Eubanks Drug Co., and a bank building for
the Bank of Chapel Hill.
An extension of fifty feet in the rear, which quite
changes the inside appearance of the "Emporium," was
made to the store of Dr. A. A. Kluttz late in the summer.
Luther K. Durham, a merchant of the village, killed
himself in his rooms over his store on Wednesday, August
Mrs. James A. McRae, widow of Judge James A. Mc-
Rae, late Dean of the Law School, died suddenly of appo-
plexy at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Lilly, of
Fayetteville, on September 14th.
Rev. W. D. Moss, recently of Washington, D. C, has
returned to Chapel Hill to serve the Presbyterian church
of which he was the pastor several years ago.
Mr. George C. Pickard, for many years a liveryman of
Chapel Hill and recently Assistant Superintendent of
Buildings and Grounds of the University, is the Demo-
cratic nominee for the House from Orange. He is op-
posed by H. G. Dorsett, of Chapel Hill, a member of the
Law Class of 1912.
The University Press, though officially discontinued, is
being used pending sale for the printing of job work and
the Tar Heel. It is in charge of Mr. A. L. Wiggins, of
the Senior class.
During the vacation months the old McRae house on
Franklin street was torn down and Prof. A. H. Patterson
began a new house on the corner opposite the Kluttz of-
fice. Mr. C. T. Woollen will build later on the other half
of the lot.
Prof. H. P. Winston's new residence on the corner of
the McRae lot opposite Mrs. L. O. Mangum's was com-
pleted during the Summer and is now occupied.
Mrs. Joshua W. Gore has purchased the place formerly
owned by Dr. George Howe and has returned to Chapel
Hill to live. Her sister, Mrs. Marriot, is with her.
L. P. McLendon, Law, '12, has formed a partnership
with W. S. Roberson, of Chapel Hill, for the practice of
Eight men from last year's law class are studying this
year at the Law School of Columbia University. They are
Frank Baker, Jerry Zollicoffer, Spencer Nichols. Charlie
Vogler, Dick Stockton, Walter Small, Stowe Crouse, and
J. M. Battle.
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on the Iowa geological survey, and last year held a
fellowship in geology at the University of Missouri.
Anion? the alumni to return to the University as
instructors are: in Latin, W. II. Royster, student at
Johns Hopkins University and The American Classi-
cal Soli.nil of Athens, A.M., Harvard University; in
Zoology, W. C. George, A.B., and A.M. ; in Chemistry,
C. S. Venahle, A.B., and A.M., succeeding Dr. R. H.
Hall, now of Washington University, of St. Louis; in
Drawing, A. M. Atkinson, A.B.. who succeeds J. E.
Wood, now a student at the Massachusetts Institute
Following tho Flag
Among the men the University has furnished the
U. S. Army and Navy are the following :
'90, George P. Howell, Major Engineering Corps,
U. S. A.; '92, B. T. Simmons, Capt. U. S. A.. General
Staff; '97, H. B. Ferguson, Major Engineering Corps;
'98, Law, Edward Hill, Capt. 6th Field Artillery. U.
S. A.; '88, Ellison L. Gilmer, Capt. Artillery Corps
U. S. A.; '95, Francis N. Cooke, Capt. Artillery Corps
U. S. A.; '94, Law, Oliver H. Dockery, Capt. 25th
Infantry U. S. A. ; '96, Moor N. Falls, Capt. 28th
Infantry U. S. A.; '03, Hugh H. Broadhurst, Lt. 15th
Cavalry U. S. A.; '00, Jack Hayes, Capt. 16th
Infantry U. S. A.; '96, W. W. Boddie, Lt. 15th
Infantry U. S. A.; '99, George B. Pond, Capt. 20th
Infantry U. S. A.; '98, G. McD. Poole, Major Medical
Corps U. S. A. ; '97, Hollis Winston, Lt. Commander
U. S. Navy; '06, Samuel T. Ansell, Capt. U. S. A,
Acting Judge Advocate; '09, David H. Cowles, Lt.
15th Infantry U. S. A.; '93, E. P. Wooten. Major
Engineering Corps U. S. A.; '89, Robert S. Woodson,
Retired Major U. S. A., Tryon, N. C.; "68, H. P.
Kingsbury, Col. 8th Cavalry U. S. A. ; 73, George W.
Mclver. Lt. Col. 13th Infantry U. S. A.
Around the Campus and Town
The Vance-Pettigrew-Battle dormitory, built on the site
of the old Central Hotel, was completed September 8th
and in now occupied.
Peabody Hall, the future home of the School of Edu-
cation, is going up rapidly on the lot between Commons
Hall and the Graves place on Cameron avenue. It will
be completed by January.
Officers of the law class were elected as follows for
the present year: President, W. L. Warlick;
Vice-President, G. H. Ward; Secretary-Treasurer, W. F. Taylor;
councilman, F. P. Graham; sheriff, J. W. Hester; clerk,
E. F. McCulloch; solicitor, H. E. Stacy; Moot Court Com-
mittee, J. T. Johnston, J. W. Morris, L. A. Swicegood.