UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GA., DEC EM II HR 9. 1893.
Dec. 9-Fay Templeton Opera Com- .< Good byo gweetl.eart," she said;
||»anv. matinee n \! night. .
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p Dec. 0— * v of Georgia vs. Fur
man t 1
l » \ \ «y Hi Me Class in Y.
still with a woman’s instinct
clung closer to him :is if she couhl
^ never give him up. “Good bye,sweet-
.uinis at 0:30 A. M. Ia ' art; whcrover y ou " ,a y K° a,,J
; service* in the room, of the throu « h " l.atever vicissitudes you
i M. C. A, at 7::lu p. in. may pass a’wayH romeiuher and be-
( terary .societie*. the Demosthenian licve tlmt lovu 1 - "!'you will never
1 ..‘t Phi Kappa meet every Saturday falter nor swerve. Take with you
morning at 10:30 o'clock. this little heal shaped locket and
Dee. 22-Christinas holidays begin. wear it so long as I am enthroned in
Tho'Varsity and College teams will you heart, so long as I am your pur-
have sharp practice every afternoon on est idol of worn in." A moment
the campus at 1 o clock. more; one last embrace and the hun
gry shadows had swallowed him up.
Out in the striving, bustling
world ho went, and like a guiding
star, the memory of her last words
ever pointed him to higher and bet
ter things. Through many a long
trying day and into the weary
wutc' s of the night, whilst the
city lay sleeping peacefully as if a
habitation of the dead, the inspirit
tion of those moments came to him
like a visit of ministering angels,
sustaining him under misfortune’s
heaviest blows and warding olT the
The University team left yester iiisidn-ms snares of temptation. Un-
'day afternoon by way of the Geor- oci uisly ' h-:iI In-cauie higher
gia railroad for Augusta. They go and pnlie invested her with all
to play Furman University of South the virtues of divinity, while her
Carolina. We were to have played faults grew dimmer and failed away
a game with this team last Beason, * in the shadowy distanoe.
hut on account of the limited time ******
Why not Have Two or Three
Hah ! Rah !
house, his heart warmed within him
and his years of labor were as noth
ing. Even as ho stood there the
door opened and on the porch illu-1 „ .
. . , , ., . ' . ; hers fo the Senior Class.
year in political science each member
Dr. McPherson lias announced
the subjects for essays by the mem-
• . i| ,, . . | hers fo the Senior Class. Every
initiated by the pale moon beams, i J
came a man and woman.
vi ! yi
l T . <i.-A!
Hah ! Rah ! Hah ! ! !
Off for Augusta.
f|,| . | j jm.iivu <• a nvit ll\>v> ( ilt/ll lllv II1IIUI
4 i*ii iiiii * | of the clans i« required to treat full?
that he dreamed he looked a train — I . . .. . 7
1*1 , • . , . . *otne political mihjeot and read lii«
and then covering Iiim eyu« with lim , , , / '
, , , , I,,- , his work to the class. All the os-
hand, he staggered hack into the . ,
says are to he returned hv the be
ginning of the holidays, and imme
diately after Christmas one or two
will he read every day until all
have been completed. This in one
of the most interesting features of
the course in political science, and
one in which every writer should
take a deep interest. No doubt all
of the papers will he very inlerest-
As she that day had traced his
nervous handwriting, she felt and
acknowledged in her inmost soul,
that whatever her fauciui ho hail
always been her king, :\r the news
of his return on the morr 'thrilled
her as naught else could do. Still
that night as she sat and listened to
the sweetened words and impas
sioned utterances poured into her !
ear by another, she forgot for the
moment, him she thought yet far
away. And when standing in the
starlight, thinking with that woman
like excuse that this was the
time, her good-byes were soft and
Fire on the Campus.
A few evenings ago then came
near being a dangerous blaze on tin
campus. I luring the day some of the
men had been burning the grass
asl and accidentally let the fire get out
, , behind the gymnasium on the east
tender, she saw not that the en-
croaehing shoilows seemed to trem- 1 ,
hie and quiver witli agony and
knew not that out in the merciful
darkness a true and noble heart had ,i„. f M - , ,
, . . the rear ol > lot. .Morris s house had
Here it ran violently through
t he thick grass to the fence and in a
few minutes the whole thing was
ablaze. It would soon have reached
it not been I
In the morning they handed h
for practice, both teams agreed
to call the game off. Now, however,
And she -was it. to stay in aching
, , , heart that she plunged again into
another game has been arranged . ,
, f , , . I the vortex of society, or was it that
and will he played this afternoon at . . . , - , . . .
, ... inherent love of admiration planted
the exposition grounds. . , ... ...
in every beautiful woman, claiming
Of the 1 urinan team we know j ts own the tribute and homage
very little, nor have wl- a lisLof the . r associate? Tl , t h„ hall room
who will play. \A few days „| 1( . gayest of the gay; at j foot ball gridiron, the ’Varsity elev-1
• •• * * *i .*i . . . many
together with HubHtilutcM and , J
♦ he pining of novae
Dormitory boyH who hood extiii-
a letter addressed by a familiar | K " U , h0<1 il ' Tl "' oan, l* UH w * l,Uok
hand. With eager haste she tore it l< ’ < ’ kl "b' l»‘“‘-«
open; out from the blank enclosure 'T'""* but W '" ,,,, alri « ht * fter
dropped a little golden heart. * fuw niM B,,d Hm,WM '
s she was Ui<
ago they played Wofford College, j thc baiiquel , mori . brilliant or
and come out victorious by a score faHcinaling) all d if ever the tremu
eighteen to four. Ions hand of sorrow touched the
The ’Varsity hoys aipin good choriU of memory , thc vi
training and anticipate an excellent! brali0|1H were , OMl in th<3 licvt . r
umc and an easy victory. They ceding whir | 0 f life. And the
have practiced steadily all the flll rllmo , began to
week, and the improvement in t*MI ,„. r „ ame w | lh another’s: at
work has been phenomenal. Mo- hoine and , broad he WM her filth-
Cutchen’s playing as tackle cannot fu|> (1( , Vote(1 attendant, always at
he surpassed. The following men hep Blde B nd always prodigal of
will play in this afternoon’s game. permissible attention.
Nally, Black, Smith, Warren, Flem-
*’ + if* * 1f if. +
ing, McCutchen, Fricks, Shackel
ford, Ilalsey, Brown, Butler, Mo- The wanderer was coming home,
reno, Wrigley and Stubbs. Fortune, as ever capricious dame,
Also several Uni versity hoys went had smiled upon him and marked
over to see the game. Among them him for her own, and as fast as the
were Messrs. I*. L. Fleming, the efti- fleet iron steed could hear him he
Their Picture Taken.
Just before leaving for Augusta
yesterday afternoon, to meet the !
foot hall eleven from Furman Uni 1
vorsity,,of South Carolina, on the
Let’s all pull together and make
the Kkii ami Bi.ack ii lirst rale col
some of the officers of thc Athletic
Association had Maddox Bros., to
take their picture in a group. This
is a long established custolu among
the students, and the team this year
is an unusually handsome set of
men, and no doubt will make as fine
looking group of men as ever graced
the gridiron. There will he as
The beginning of this term found
long needed improvements
made on the campus. Thc walks
and lawns have I icon levelled and
put in good condition, while the
rolling part of the grounds have
been terraced and sodded with Ber
muda grass. The rows of water-
oaks that adorn the grounds have
been trimmed. Several electric
lights have been erected at promi
nent places on the grounds, and a
many as twenty in the group, and , . ,
Maddox Bros., will have them ready watchman engaged to guard
i rt e _ I the buildings at night. These are
timely improvements, and Colo-
dent of success in today’s game. I "I' 1 <f , ‘» rbo " ni ‘ !r »>« coograt-
— j mated for having these improve-
The action of the Board of Trus- moots made. Since the night watch-
tees last spring in offering four man has been engaged the hoys are
relieved of suspicions of mischief
were attributable to other
in a short while. The hoys left for
Augusta in good spirits, and confi
medals to the four best debaters in
. , , ... i j. . , . ' , each society is a commendable one. .
cient manager of the team, and Mr. was speeding to clam, the reward Qllr iipe Bor( .| y in of that
W. A. Wilkins. of his toil and privation. When he ntinxuluM, and the good effect of souroes.
The boys were tendered a great stepped from the car at the familiar this action is already manifest. »m •—
theatre party last night by their depot the night was well nigh half j While the societies are not what Let every man subscribe to the
Augusta friends, which was enjoyed spent, yet impatient of delay he ^‘ :l wltl ' l, '« ”1’”'- Hm. ash Bi.a. k and those who have
to the fullest extent. walked up the well known street of • ... “ subscribed send in their dues at
The team will return to Athens where dwelt the object of his ambi
on Monday morning.
tion. As he stood and gazed at the
and there will he a strong pull made once and assist the weekly ou her
for their medals. road to success.