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— Michigan Gargoyle.



They say that Adam was the first
radio bug. He made a loud speaker out
of his spare parts.

— L\re.



Sambo (at the explosion of a shell):
'Lawdy, Hell done laid a egg!"



Four Hundred Tivent\



Ave Atque Vale

We elected to spend four years with you, Carolina. We have
spent those years, and in that time you have given us much, and you
have taken much from us. In some part we are grateful and in some
part we are resentful ; but it does not matter so much now because the
four years are gone, and henceforward we follow new trails. As to
you, Carolina, you are an institution and must remain — remain for
what^ That is the question.

In all sincerity we hope that your remaining shall be worthy. It
should; for you have every advantage. The backward element of
your State is often antagonistic to you ; the ignorant and the unintel-
ligent look upon you with distrustful eye. For this thank God.

^'our press-agents have performed a wonderful service; you are
known over the whole world — and that fame has grown in a few short
years. Your task lies in substantiating your reputation before the
bubble bursts. To do this you must accomplish much.

You must realize that tradition does not cease to be vital with
the death of one genius; that the wisdom of mind and the sweetness
of soul that was the outspoken honesty of Edward Kidder Graham is
still living in the half-shy but wholly sincere idealism of Harry Wood-
burn Chase. Bury thy dead, Carolina, and treasure the memory of
yesteryear; but hearken to the singing of a new morning.

Grow greater, Carolina, not in physical size, but in works and
thought. Be not content to be the superior of the nearer of your kind
yet blind to those things wherein you fail to be a peer with the great.

We hope that there will come a day when no other University can
even attempt to take from you an Edwin Greenlaw or an Archibald
Henderson. Men of the stature of these two will carry you onward
and upward by their presence; their absence will send you into decay.



Four Hundred Twent\-one




S. M.



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Realize, Carolina, that democracy in a University is as fallacious t

as it is elsewhere; that there is an aristocracy of the mind, and one of t
the soul, and yet another of the body. The last you have recognized

in your deference to the athlete; but when has the majority narrow- lii'.

ness of your rule yielded to a greater individual intellect or broader [|'^

vision? MJ;

Away with your jealousies and petty prejudices; cease enervating ■
your organism with the letter of the law; recognize the individual ; in-
voluntarily and gain thereby, lest recognition be forced from you to I h'
your irreparable loss. "t

Forsake your smallnesses and deceits, banish your egotism, and
achieve to the greatness which is by right yours. Hail, Carolina, and
Farewell ' '^

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Four Hundred Twenty-two



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(T^HE C. H. & D. Bus Line was founded
v_x and, from the outset, the poHcy of a
dependable schedule has been a charac-
teristic peculiar to Pendergraft.

(( Many additions have been made to
the schedule, now 14 complete trips daily,
and every one is dependable.

C[ The C. H. & D. Bus Line is bound
up in the life of the University. Our
drivers, capable and courteous, know
your problems as students and they are
dependable, too.



C.H.&D. Bus Line

"Bus Headquarters"

CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA



424



Congratulations I

to the Yackety Yack Staff

for this splendid book. It has been
a real pleasure to make these pic-
tures and we appreciate the hearty
co-operation shown by the Staff.

Duplicates may be ordered

We will be glad, at any time, to furnish copies

of any of the pictures in this Annual, as

all negatives are kept on file at

the New Bern Studio



Send your orders to

WOOTTEN - MOULTON

YACKETY YACK PHOTOGRAPHERS

New Bern, N. C. Greensboro, N. C.



Furniture



Especially selected for
Clubs and Frat Halls.
The best in wicker
chairs, swings and
hammocks. Vacation
trunks and week-
en d bags.



Pope Mattress Co.

CHAPEL HILL. N. C.



Martin Carmichael

The only man we know of who
can get blood out of a turnip and
make the turnip like it.

Tom Cheeseborough

This man comes from "the Land

of the Sky' —
He is not short, but oh! how high!
You'd think he was God Almighty.

Bill Cramer

Hails from Norfolk town.
He escorts the co-eds round
To all the dances, big or small.
He never fails to catch them all.

Marion Davis

Marion is a sweet young thing.
He is not tied to an apron string.
He has great fun.
But spends no "mon,"
He's saving for a diamond ring.



That

** Cleanliness is next to Godliness"

is an age-old, time-honored maxim; to give each
student a clean, safe and sanitary service is our
motto. ^ Yes, we sew on lost buttons and mend
to a reasonable degree with no extra charge. It's
as good as being at home with mother to patronize



THE LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT
AT U. N. C.



420



Camel quality-
stands alone

(it has no near relatives)



-and there's
no cigaretty
after-taste/




A. A. KLUTTZ
COMPANY

Everything in

Students' Supplies

Athletic Goods

Stationery

Good Eats

Candies

Smokes

Magazines



Bill Cocke is our president,

He gave up pickles during Lent.
He's done "most everything

round here.
We're sorry this is his last year.



Frances Boushall

Liked by all the boys round here.
But will not touch one drop
of beer.



Dan Burroughs

We wondereth why his face doth

beam.
But then, he owns the wrestling

team.



Luther Bass is no carpenter, but

he'll soon hang out his shingle.



FAMOUS /or
GOOD FOOD



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UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA



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RIDE THE
FAGEOL SAFETY COACH



Ma/^e it a Pleasure Trip Between

Raleigh ^^ Durham ^^ Greensboro






OUR COACHES ARE WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED

ALL PASSENGERS INSURED

COACHES CHARTERED AT REASONABLE RATES



MAIN OFFICE:

401 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, North CaroHna



Phones

447 RALEIGH — DURHAM 918 BURLINGTON

777 GREENSBORO



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STROUD MOTOR
COMPANY



AUTHORIZED



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DEALERS



Chapel Hill, N. C.



HoYT Boone

Now Roonie is a campus wit.
In Archie's he is prone to sit;
He spreads a lot of foolish bull.
Of which he seems to be quite full.
When jokes he starts, he's got

a store,
We always run right out the door.

Sam Avner is a violinist.

He makes of one a pessimist,
For when we hear his plaintive

notes
We sometimes think he's calling

goats.

Bill Abernethy

A funny boy is our friend Bill,
He knows the girls, yet likes them
still.

Rabbit Bonner joined us here

At the start of his Freshman year;
We found he was a running fool.
We fear he'll soon run this darn
school.



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I laberdashery —




thai you do not have to wait for






BOYDEN AND FLORSHEIM SHOES

DOBBS HATS and CAPS

MANHATTAN and WILSON BROS. SHIRTS

BRADLEY SWEATERS

KINCAID & KIMBALL DRESS CLOTHES




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PRITCHARD & PATTERSON, Inc.


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430



Printing that will always

be a Cherished Possession

C^^^ PRODUCTION of books, programs
Cf/ and calendars for the ^udents of
America's Universities requires an
ability to originate printed forms that
will be cherished possessions in the
mellow years that follow a University



In the libraries of many of the "old
grads" will be found books, programs
and announcements preserved for their
intimate memories and associations.

It is the production of this kind of
printing that has brought to this or-
ganization its frequent opportunities to
serve University men and w^omen.



When the urge is for something better, we will
welcome an opportunity to submit ideas




Seautiful forms and
compositions are not made
by chance, nor can they
ever, in any material, be
made at small expense.
A composition for cheap-
ness and not for excellence
of workmanship, is the
most frequent and certain
cause of the rapid decay
and entire destruction of
arts and manufactures.

— R^\m



Baker Jones 'Hausauer, inc.

45-51 Carroll St., Buffalo, New York

"Printers to American Universities"



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Send for our booklet
"The Architecture of a College Annual"




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The Yaclieiy Yacli is one of i

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■ products



STUDENTS !

SEE US FOR

Men's Clothing, Shoes
and Haberdashery

''Low Prices '



S. BERMAN

Chapel Hill. N. C.



Christopher Columbus Fordham
Christie's living up to his name,

He's discovered something great:
That two can live as cheaply as one
If only one of them ate.

Bill Couch
Bill often tries
To philosophize,
But we are wise —
It's a lot of lies.

A very good boy is Billy Vaught,
He does most all the things he ought.

Bill Coxe

If Dr. Lawson were not here. Bill
would have a job.

Knox Massey

The fifth man out of the five —
Forhan's.




THE



JEFFERSON

RICHMOND, VA.

THE MOST MAGNIFICENT HOTEL
IN THE SOUTH

Restaurant of Excellence



Located in the most desirable section of Richmond.

Bus Line puts passengers off at door. The Jefferson

is within five minutes' walk of the business

center and shopping district.



Turkish Baths



O. F. Weisiger, Manager



432



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"Meet me at Sutton & Alderman's"

IS an oft-repeated phrase,
and it is often repeated
because Sutton & Alder-
man's is the favorite
meeting place for those
students who have
a preference.






Sutton & Alderman

2 REGISTERED DRUGGISTS 2
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.



433



We save your soles!

speaking from
an "understanding' standpoint



There's a different kind
of mud in Chapel Hill.
It's intellectual mud.
Your shoes are rebuilt
to withstand this
sort of mud.

LACOCK'S ELECTRIC
SHOE SHOP

NEXT TO PATTERSON DRUG CO.

W. A. LACOCK, Manager
Free Shines Free Shines



Ben Hicks.

When ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to
look in a mirror.

James Edward Hawkins.

Here's the man we've waited for,
For him we've kept a lot in store.
He's done most everything 'round

here
But wear the president's underwear.
He always seems quite reticent.
But we'd stake all, e'en our last cent.
On what he said or what he did;
'Ciuse he's a man who's got a lid
That's more than just a darn hat

rack.
Or black inside like a smokestack.
He don't belong in this dark place.
For he's a member of the human

race.

Gene Irwin.

One thing we can't understand

Is why dere Gene was made a man.



See the Best Pictures —

Paramount, Goldwyn, Metro and
First National Pictures

AT THE

PICKWICK THEATRE

"Almost a Part of North Carolina "



434



HELLO AND GOODBYE

In 1 903, Gooch's, then a seven
seated cafe, said hello to the
incoming class. You boys now
leaving can't appreciate the
advantages that you have had
over classes that far back.
Millions of dollars have been
invested to give you jbetter
training and greater comfort.
The State believes in you. -"^
To the Class of 1 925 we say
Goodbye. The little seven
seated cafe now has a seating
capacity of 1 80. When you
come back to see us we w^ill
have more. We are back of
every Carolina class because
we believe in you and
your future.



r600CH.3
C/IFE



"Food cooked to eat
— not just to sell"



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THE NEW

CAROLINA
CAFETERIA

Next to the Post Office



Pete Murphy

Some day someone'll think he's a

saint,
But that's one thing that he is ain't;
He thinks he is a cruel critic,
But we know he is only static.
The reason he's not dead, 1 see.
Is "Woodman, won't you spare
that tree? "

Allen Stainback

If still water runs deep, he's a whole
blamed ocean.



Jeff Fordham

If talk and wild hilarity
Were signs of popularity,
This man would never, never be
The biggest man at U. N. C.




Favored Suit Styles

for the

COLLEGE MAN

Favored because they're
right in Style, in Quality
and in Price ^ ^



Our better clothes
are tailored at Fashion Park.



MARKHAM-ROGERS CO.

Durham. North Carolina



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA



THE HOTELS FOR SERVICE



500— Rooms— Fireproof — 500
Banquets. Dancing all the year

Hotel Richmond

Overlooking the Capitol
Ninth and Grace Streets

Hotel Wm. Byrd

Opposite Broad Street Station




We ivelcome you from our native Stale — North Carolina

OWNED AND OPERATED BY

RICHMOND HOTELS, Incorporated

W. E. HoCKETT, Managing Director




illnrfc i>r All



HOME OFFICE
GREENSBORO, N. C.




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y^X "Home



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is synonymous with happiness,
and a beautiful home is essential
to happiness. Welborn's has
helped to beautify many homes
in North Carolina. May we help
you with your plans?



Furniture, Rugs and Overdraperies



WELBORN FURNITURE COMPANY

Just below the big Furniture Exposition Building
South Main Street High Point, N. C.



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Are you looking into the future ?

— ^♦■BllSf*

w

A A HEN planning your future, it is tremendously
important that you consider what Life Insurance
has to offer.

(( Obligation is one of the things that always ccmes
with the much-to-be-desired sheepskin. If not direct
and personal financial obligation, then, most surely,
obligation to the good old Dad who "saw you
through." Should your banker offer to guarantee
the payment of your obligations if you would agree
to start a small interest-earning savings account
with him, you would receive his proposition with
open arnis. Had it occurred to you that this is just
what a life insurance company will do for you ? A
Pilot Life contract will guarantee your obligations,
give you independence and prove a wonderful in-
vestment. See a representative of the Pilot Life; he
will explain the details gladly and without obligating
you in any way.

€[ If the important question of "what business shall I
enter?" has not been decided, you should consider
the possibilities of the life insurance business.

C[ Energy, ambition and educated minds are needed,
and in no field are the opportunities greater for the
college man. The life insurance business is a digni-
fied and profitable profession and the field is not
crowded. The future of the business is especially
bright in the South.



A card will bring you the proposition that we have
to offer men of the right calibre.




Pilot Life Insurance Co.



GREENSBORO, N. C.



A. W. McAlister
President



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H. B. Gunter
Agency Mgr.



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All the BRICK

For the buildings

in the University

building program

during the last

four years

FURNISHED BY

CHEROKEE
BRICK COMPANY

RALEIGH. N. C.
Annual Capacity ocer 20.000,000



CAROLINA

SECRETARIAL

SCHOOL

AT THE "Y"

Open all the year; enter any time.

Classes Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Fridays

BRANCH

Durham Business School

Mrs. Walter Lee Lednum



SINCE


1885


This Company
serving a vast
in North Caro


has been
clientele
!ina, and


this ripe experience,

coupled with a complete

modern equipment, is

at your command.


CORRESPONDENCE
INVITED






The Seeman


Printery


Durham, North


Carolina



Attention !

Every other week
we show

Fashion Park Clothes

at

Pendergraft's Bus Station

or

Sutton & Alderman's
Drug Store

Roth -Stewart Co.

HENDERSON. N. C.



(^ VISIONS created by the imagination pre-
vy cede the achievement of any really
great accomplishment. The ability to
weave the threads of imagination into the
finished fabric is equally important.

Such able co-operation is one of the
"visions" which precede the building of a
successful business, and is a part of the
working policy of the Edwards & Broughton
Printing Company.

To those Staffs desiring complete co-op-
eration from art work and engravings to the
finished book, we offer unexcelled service.
Complete service means undivided responsi-
bility as to the result — one organization to
correspond and talk with — one trained
director to merge the many ingredients into
the finished product.

You, too, may be proud of your annual.



'*i>\\ CORRESPONDENCE IS INVITED k>-



Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.

RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA



SUTTON'S



FOR



Prescriptions

Drugs, Cigars and

Candies



^^7f>J



Main Street Pharmacy



DURHAM. N. C.



ROBINS & WEILL

(■07)



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INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE



GREENSBORO, N. C.



WE WIN!



College men everywhere are turning to Stetson "D"
because here, at last, are clothes which meet every
requirement of style, wear and price ^ ^

See the New May time Shades — Made to Measure — $29.50



22-24 S. HOWARD STREET
BALTIMORE. MD.




Nationally Known



Justly Famous



ESTABLISHED 1818



MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK

Complete Outfits for School
and College

BOSTON PALM BEACH NEWPORT



Complete Line of

Sporting Goods



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ODELL'S

■WHERE QUALITY TELLS"
Greensboro, N. C.



Dress well
and succeed!

Here, at Collegiate Corner, you
find the fashions of Fifth Avenue.
A store of Metropolitan manners
with Carolinian courtesy.



VANSTORY

Clothing Company

GREENSBORO. N. C.



HOTEL
MALBOURNE

Durham. N. C.



Best Cafeteria in
the State



We appreciate our

Chapel Hill friends. Come

to see us often.



E. I. BUGG. Manager



H



ave you a



RADIO ?

Sets $10 and up



DURHAM PUBLIC
SERVICE CO.

DURHAM. N. C.



GUILFORD HOTEL

DOUBLE SERVICE —
CAFETERIA AND CAFE

The Best Patronized Cafeteria in North Carolina






YOU NEED NOT ASK THE LOCATION
JUST FOLLOW THE CROWD




O. HENRY HOTEL

L/^e a Clubhouse for University Men

JTi^s COMFORTABLE as an Oriental dive; as cordial
as a flapper's acceptance of your bid to the Easter
dances. Describe the O. Henry any way you wish,
the main idea is, you Carolina men are as warmly
welcomed here as you welcome Dad's allowance
check. You rarely find the clubhouse atmosphere
of the O. Henry in the usual hotel. In other words,
it is a house where the word "hospitality" fits. It
is the Alpha of the Poor & Robinson Hotels — a
chain of houses where perfection of service, cuisine,
equipment and tasteful decorations deserve a
"master's degree. "

THE FOOR & ROBINSON HOTELS




'Toofand
'Jiobinson
jiotels



Associated Carolina Hotels:



Sheraton
High Point, N. C.

Cleveland
Spartanburg. S. C.



Frances Marion
Charleston, S. C.



Charlotte
Charlotte. N. C.



Geo. Vanderbilt
Asheville. N. C.



"Good Hotels in Good Towns"




The Premier Engraving
Plant of North Carolina

Located in the Daily News
Building at Greensboro

North StAie En^r&vittg G>.



Educational
Forces



in North Carolina are
responsible for the
State's great strides in
development — which
explains the support
given educational
work by the

GREENSBORO
DAILY NEWS

Independent :-^ Progressive




Over 1 4 years of
High Class

KODAK
FINISHING



Customers in Every County in North Carolina

MAIL FILMS TO

FOISTER'S



CHAPEL HILL, N. C.

Complete Price List on Request



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Colleoe
(Jrganizcitions



us submit design:
and estimates
College Jewelry



We have a completely
equipped manufacturing
shop in Greensboro for
the production of college
jewelry: emblems, pins,
rings and trophies.

Men thoroughly versed
in the art of jewelry-
making do the work. A
superior product is as-
sured and in many cases
substantial savings are
made.

Designs and estimates
will be furnished gladly
without charge or obli-
gation.



chiffman



I DO

Housework

-^TjT*^

XoR A FEW CENTS a month I will bring
you big returns. Not only do I yield
work-free living — seven days to your-
self instead of five — but I return much
money in real, bankable dollars.

(( I am easy to hire, easy to get along
with, do things your way, never try
your temper, am dependable at all
hours; I never quit, and the longer you
keep me in your employ, the more I
save and make for you.

dl 1 am working in your neighbor's
home and making money for her! My
name is "Electricity." Ask the
woman who keeps house the electrical
way. She knows.

(i[ You can have these facts verified
and get further interesting information
about me from your Electric Company,
who has made my services available
to you. An electrical housekeeping ex-
pert from this company will tell you,
without cost or obligation, in a few
minutes' time, exactly how 1 will work
out in your home.

C[ If you wish to have more leisure,
extra money, more luxuries, phone for
full particulars about me.

Your Servant —

CAROLINA POWER &
LIGHT COMPANY

general office
Raleigh, North Carolina



Chapel Hill

Insurance and Realty

Company



INSURANCE AND
REAL ESTATE



CHAPEL HILL. N. C.



U. N. C. cannot lure 'em
From that "bully " town of Durham
And that is why we lose this year
Ludlow Rogers, who's leaving here.

Greensboro has one claim to fame.
And that all lies in just one name:
Walter Robinson.



The Queen City has one boy

Who ought to be her pride and joy;

His name is William Summerville

But we all know him as plain "Bill."

He's always got a cheery smile.

The kind for which "you'd walk a mile."

A. T. HORTON

Fizzle is so very small

We hardly know he's here at all.

But when he opens up his face

You hear him o'er the whole darn place.

Leonard Huggins

At baseball games he leads the cheers,
And jeers, and cheers, and jeers, and

cheers.






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