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Guilford College, N. C.
Kathryn Dorsett - - Editor-in-Chiof.
Carl Stewart - - Business Manager.
Maude Culler Robt. Mitchell
Burtie Dix Fred Morris
Blanche Dixon Thomas G. Perry
Gladys Highfill A. L. Itiddick
Alma Lassiter Troy Short
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Address all communications to
Guilford College, N. C.
At the present time when all the
monarchs of Europe are engaged
in such a destructive conflict we
arc won I to look with pride at our
peaceful, self-governing republic
and with pride to claim our share
in it. So perhaps it is not strange
that at this time there is a move
ment on foot to establish a system
of student self-government among
the College men.
This movement is not a new one
at Guilford. The present action is
only the expression of a long exist
ing demand on the part of the
more serious minded students to
better conditions about the col
Jt is quite evident that there is
a sentiment among some students
that anything they do or fail to do
is all right as long as the Faculty
does not find it out. Such a spirit
on the part of the students is not
conducive to right living and does
not strengthen the students them
The most desirable result deriv
ed from a system of student self
government is the responsibility
which each fellow must assume.
The idea that one's fellow students
are opposed to those things which
injure or lower the college life is a
stimulus to good moral conduct.
The .near future will call on
every man to show liis attitude to
ward Ihe movement by more than
words and we believe the cause
worthy of your support.
Class of 1914.
Katherine K. Allen is principal
of the school at Alinonesson, N. J.
J. Wade Barber is traveling for
the Vick Chemical Co. and was in
St. Louis when we last heard from
Charles F. Benbow is continuing
his education at the University of
North Carolina, doing most of his
work in History and Economics.
Hardy A. Carroll is principal of
Gatesville High School, Gatesville,
Irma Coble is teaching in the
Finn Life School near Mebane,
Alma Crtitchfield is teaching in
Martha it. Dough ton has gone
to Kadclitl'e for some post-gradu
Helen East is using her Bryn
A. Brown Finch is assisting his
father in his business at Thomas
ville, N. C.
Mary Fox is at home at present
but expects to teach in a rural
school near Guilford.
Virginia Helms has become a
member of the faculty of Sylvan
High School at Snow ('amp, N. \
David Henley is a member of
the Oak Grove Seminary faculty
at Vassalboro, Me.
Fred M. Henley is the assistant
in the chemistry laboratory of
Haverford College, Haverford, Pa.
Harris (J. Johnson has charge
of Waughtown graded school.
Estelle Korner is a member of
the teaching force in Kernersville
Eilene Lewis is located at Hand
some, Va., where she is engaged in
instructing the youth.
Silas J. Lindley is teaching at
Archdale, X. C.
Edgar H. Mcßane has super
vision of the Stokesdale graded
Samuel S. Nelspn is engaged in
ministerial work in Greensboro.
Paul 8. Xunn is traveling for R.
J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Matthew W. Perry has matricu
lated at the University of Pennsyl
vania in the medical department.
Ernest G. Shore has returned to
Guilford to assist in Athletics and
do graduate work in Physics.
Olive Smith has charge of the
collegiate work in the Thornwell
Orphanage at Clinton, S. C.
William I>. Webster is continu
ing his study of Biology at Haver
Clara Woith is in the Matthews
Mary E. M. White has joined
(he teaching force in Mt. Airy
W. Alpheus White as the holder
of the Haverford scholarship, is at
Pearle Vomits is teaching at
Blanche Futrcll is spending the
winter at her home near .lames
Earl W. Pearson has taken a po
sition in a mercantile establish
ment in Goldsboro.
Kathleen Pike is teaching in
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
For several years the girls and
the lady members of the Faculty
have realized that an Athletic As
sociation independent of the
Christian Association was needed.
Last collegiate year we organized,
"Get It At Odell's" Quality First
Base Ball, Basket Ball, Tennis, Track and Gym Supplies
Sweaters, Jerseys and Athlectic Clothing
Odell Hardware Company
Greensboro, N. C.
J. D. WOOD, College Representative
BERNAU ™y w ° L p E R LAR
Invites you to his store when in Greensboro
Best stock of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
Diamonds. First Class Repair Shop. Medals
and Class Pins made lo order in shop.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
The Charles H. Elliott Company
desire the services of an energetic repre
sentative at this Institution on a commiss
The Chas. H. Elliott Company
North Philadelphia, Pa.
and to some extent it proved a suc
cess. We had enthusiastic officers,
but the president failed to call a
meeting to elect officers for this
year. However, early this fall the
vice-president called such a meet
There has not been much inter
est in athletics heretofore, but
with Mary Doan as president and
Maude Lassiter as secretary there
is no reason why the Girls' Athlet
ic Association should not he as
potent a factor at Guilford College
as the boys' association.
The president has selected with
care the managers for the differ
ent branches —Evelyn Briggs, bas
ket ball; Luna Cox, tennis; Juliet
Ballinger, track; Blanche Dixon
and Mary Inn Shaniburger, miscel
The treasurer, Ethel Speas, has
already collected the fees and the
money has been apportioned to
each committee, so that any neces
sary things can be obtained.
There is absolutely no reason
why each girl cannot participate
in some form of athletics every
day. Is'o girl should be found in
her room from four until five-thir
ty. The Faculty has kindly fixed
our tennis courts, and there is no
better way of showing our appre
ciation than to let them see 11s
playing. We also have the privi
lege of using the gymnasium on
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons
and on Saturday morning. Here
again is another chance to show
our appreciat ion. Those who wish
to play neither basket ball nor ten
nis should take long walks.
By doing one of the above men
tioned things we can refresh our
physical bodies and thus be able
to do more effective school work.
ELLIS, STONE & CO.
Dry Goods, Notions
A. C. Spalding & Bros.
74 N. Broad St. Atlanta, Ga.
Give a Special Discount on Picture Framing to
218 S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C.
Y. M. C. A. AT BLACK MOUNTAIN.
The largest delegation ever sent
from Guilford College to the
Southern Student Conference at
Black Mountain landed there 011
the 12th of last June. President
Perry with seven fellow delegates,
J. K. Brown, C. W. Stewart, F. IT.
Morris, F. IT. Mendenhall, .T. 1).
Wood, Paul Fitzgerald and Paul
Nunn proceeded to take in every
phase of the life presented at the
Each afternoon was given over
to the physical side. There were
inter-State and inter-collegiate
games of base ball. Guilford lost
(lie first inter collegiate game, but
had a goodly number of men on
the Carolina State team which
won the inter-State championship.
The Guilford tennis team stayed
in llie tournament until the semi
finals and then was defeated by
the Davidson champion team. In
basket ball Guilford made a still
better showing not losing a single
game. The finals were never play
ed because of the weather condi
tions and shortage of time. An
other victory would have put the
pennant in our hall. As it is we
remain tied with Vaiulerbilt Uni
versity for the championship.
These bare facts are apt to leave
hidden the great spirit of loyalty
and fellowship that existed among
the conference men. Enthusiastic
as every delegate was for his dele
gation to do its best in athletics,
still more zealous was he that his
delegation should conduct itself
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