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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 22, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page 8high Point Enterprise. Friday january 22, 1926 l recommends that slate quire three year training by candidates re a Gal sin Chapel Hill Jan. I dents in Ferine flu i in vermin Law Neh ool with College training made a touch higher average in their studies during tie last year than these without the preliminary training according to the annual report of i Jean m. L. Forson of Tho University Law school Cho offers this fact As excellent testimony to the value of College training in preparation for the study of Law. Dean Forsong a report shows that no cold fever headache or Grippe cold break in a Day for the millions who use Hill s. Headache a fever Stop la Tippe is checked. Ail in a Way so reliable that druggists guarantee results. Colds arc too important to treat in lesser ways. A druggists Price 30c get red Box with portrait 61 per cent Oil the College graduates in the Law school last year passed All their courses while Only 26 per cent without College training were successful in All their studies. Further proof As to the value of preliminary training is found in the fact that 7 2 or of the College graduates in the Law school last year passed enough work to to eligible to return for another year while Only 151 per cent without College training were successful in this respect. Dean Forsong a conclusions arc regarded As particularly timely and int resting in View of the fact that last year for the first time All students entering the Law school except in certain special instances were required to offer at least two years of College training this being in compliance with the standards set Uji by the american bar association for class a a a Law Ach Cis into which class the University was re cent in inducted. Dean Forson reports n growing tendency of tile candidates to present More than the two years College work required. Last fall for instance -13 per cent of the tittering class presented baccalaureate degrees As compared with 16 per cent the year before. A the better preparation of students who have entered lately and our exclusion of students who did poor work last year has produced a marked improvement in tin morale of our student body and in the Quality of die work they Are doing a a Dean Forson save. A we have at present a student body of Able industrious men. Worthy of the facilities the University provides for included in the Dean s recommendations is one that North Carolina require three years of Legal training before a candidate be permitted to apply for admission to the bar. Such a course a is not Only urged by the american bar association and prescribed by the association of american Law schools but 67 per cent of All the Staten now require the three years while to states require four years if the study be in a night school and a number require More than three years if the study be in an the University now has n. Standard three year course hut the majority of the students take Only two years of the work before applying for License to practice. Dean Forson also recommends that a a at least $20,000 he expended to bring our Library up to a Par with the libraries of other schools that Are otherwise in about our class. A increased usefulness of the a Law review a a under the editor Ial direction of prof. R. I. Wolfs cd and of hip Law clubs under the direction of prof. Albert Contes is recorded in the report. Davidson Centre. Tulane Hampden Sidney Sweet Briar Wood Berry Forest and Fishburne. To make several records state is lacing its greatest Era orchestra composed entirely of students and i making great reputation in of v a invites gov. Smith Chapel Hill Jan. 22.�?the dialectic literary society at the University of North Carolina which is As old As the University itself has invited governor Alfred e. Smith of new York to address it sometime during the next few months the Date to suit his convenience. Members of the society in extending the invitation expressed the belief that governor Smith will accept. They would Transfer their meeting from new West. Building to memorial Hall and invited the University student body to Bear him. Tile society believes the Campus would give the new York governor a very cordial reception. If you want to make someone be Lieve you Tell them something they want to hear. A the Fielding suite no. 728 furniture buyers greetings a cordial Welcome awaits you a 4th floor exposition building Knox upholstery company manufacturers of living room furniture originators of the famous k. D-3-piece Dagenette suite High Point North Carolina Chapel Hill Jan. 22.�?Hal Kemp s band which is regarded As one of the Best jazz orchestras in this Section of the country has just signed a contract to make several records for the Victor phonograph company. The members of this organization Are All students of the univ Ersita and while there is no official connection Between the orchestra and the University still the of Carolina students reflect Honor on the Cyniver sity. The Victor company employs Only the Best musical organizations in the country to make a records and it is a big Honor for Mal Kemp and his players to be offered a contract with the new York firm. Kemp stated that they would probably go to Camden by j., where the Victor laboratories s Are located about March 4, to make the trial records and if successful on the trial records the others will be made the following Day. The orchestra which was organized last fall has already gained a remarkable record in the South and East for the Quality of its work. It Lias also received an offer from the Universal moving picture corporation to play As special attractions with certain Universal pictures on the Universal Corpora tion s main circuit next summer. This circuit comprises the larger i cities from new York to san fran Cisco and would result in widespread recognition of both Hal Kemp s band and the University. I the orchestra is composed of seven members with hat Kemp As director. Th1 students composing the group Are Hal Kemp of Charlotte Ben Williams of Raleigh and a say a Iez Dowell of Richmond va., All on Jhu saxophone. John Scott Trotter of Charlotte on the piano Skinny Ennis of Salisbury on the Drums. Harry Pond of new Orleans la., on the Banjo and Dick Markle of new Orleans. La., on the trumpet. Hal Kemp and Ben Williams wore members of the old Carolina club orchestra that gained so much Fame three years ago when they toured England and certain parts of the continent during the summer. The returned on the boat with the Prince of Wales when he came to the United states and later that fall returned to England at the special request of the Prince. Several of the players remaining out of College that fall to make the second trip across. Leal Kempis band has received More requests to play for College dances and proms than they can fill this Spring. The manager stated that they had dates to play for dances at Many leading colleges and prep schools during the next few months including n. C. State Nathaniel t. Guernsey Telephone and Telegraph official Speaks at Carolina Chapel Hill Jan. 22.�?nathaniel t. Guernsey vice president and general counsel of the american Telephone and Telegraph company was the principal speaker at. The annual banquet of the first year Law class. Or. Guernsey has been giving a series of lectures to the University Law classes on Public utilities. Or. Guernsey came Bere at his own expense. He will visit a number of places in the stat before returning to new York. Or. Guernsey told the Law students that great. Opportunities awaited them in North Carolina in the practice of their profession. The state is farting the greatest Era in its development he said the like of which is no paralleled by any other Commonwealth. Or. Guernsey said there were three things that were most essential in making a lawyer. A a done to get in the position that will make you lose your intellectual honesty it. 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Hang on he says and the Money will come in the Long run. Thirdly you have to work if you want to be a Good lawyer. Willingness to work and Good work will bring the pub lie to your door. Do Good work. Men Are always willing to pay Lor what they Enterprise want ars Brin ii Quick results a Karnak just grandest Medicine in the world a Charlotte woman so confident in great health builder told neighbor to try it and she would pay for it herself if it did no to help her. A a in a just so Happy Over the wonderful health Karnak has Given me that i told one ref my neighbors the other Day to try a bottle of the Medicine anti if it did no to help Ber i would pay for ii that s How much Confidence i have in this Kranzl declares mrs. G. To. Bhue. Of Alexander Extension North Charlotte n. Ltd. A ooh i just think Karnak is the grandest Medicine in Tho world a a continues mrs. Billie. A i ast summer i was so rundown ii was just a drag on in to try and keep up my housework. What Little i did i just had to drive to self to it. What food i ate instead of giving me strength gave Iii sour stomach and bloated to up with Gas until i was miserable All Over. Why. I was in weak t hardly had Energy enough to get up when sat Down. A a a veil my druggist told me to try Karnak Arni if two bottles did t help me he would refund my Money. But the very first bottle made such a wonderful change in me i sent bark for four and still have one on hand. For i Felt so Good and had gained so much weight i did no to need any More. There a not a sign of that Gas and stomach trouble left Abd Lime it complexion is clearer and better than it has Beem years. Of o i i m just so rejoiced Over my spic s. Did health that i can Uever praxis Karnak t Karnak is sold in to Isth Point exclusively by the Mann drug go. And by the leading druggists in every town. It with applicator attached to Cork just Brush a the Etc Over the pain area whether in Knees feet legs hands shoulders Back. Neck. 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