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Guilford College, N. C.
Katliryn Dorsett - - Editor-in-Chief.
Carl Stewart - - Business Manager.
Maude Culler Robt. Mitchell
Burtie Dix Fred Morris
Blanche Dixon Thomas G. Perry
Gladys Highfill A. L. Riddick
Alma Lassiter Troy Short
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NEW TENNIS COURTS.
We are very glad indeed to see
the work progress so nicely o T - the
tennis courts at the rear of Cox
Hall, and we may expect in Mie
near future to see completed four
excellent courts. Since the wo
was undertaken it has been stead
ily pushed forward so that nearly
all the heavy work has been com
pleted. The location of the ground
required considerable grading, "lit
this has been finished, and the
backstops are now being erected.
After the ground has been allow cJ
to settle, and has been rolled and
sanded, we expect to see nr iiy
more of the students adopt th3
form of exercise. In this wav we
hope to raise the standard of ten
nis at Guilford by arousing the en
thusiasm and gaining the further
support of the student body in this
branch of athletics.
"THE COURAGE OF THE COMMON
On Saturday night Prof. Peele
gave a reading in Memorial Ilall
on "The Courage of the Common
Prof. Peele has been with us for
several years, and we have long
ago learned to expect much from
him, but this time we were espe
cially justified in our expectations.
The rendering of ''The Courage
of the Common Place" in his own
calm, self-possessed, effective
manner held the audience in al
most breathless silence.
It seems that, at least for many
years, no one of the various speak
ers who have come to us have been
able to command such sustained
interest from the entire audience
as did this one of our own teach
Perhaps this was partly due to
the fact that along with the per
fection of its delivery the subject
matter itself sank deeply into the
consciousness of every one present,
for where can "The Courage of the
Common Place" be more necessary
than in tlie daily, inconspicuous,
monotonous labor of the four
years in college? And though we
would not have these difficulties
removed, we do cry out for more
of such courage.
Thursday—Y. M. and Y. W.
mid week prayer meeting at 0:30.
Dr. Byrd, of Greensboro, will lead
Y. M.; Hope Hubbard, Y. W.
Friday—7 :00, Literary Socie
7 :i>o to 10:00, in the Gymnasium.
Sunday—Kegular religious serv
Monday-—0:45, Bibical Seminar.
7 :00, lirst chorus practice.
Tuesday—o:3o, Junior class
meeting. 7 :00. second chorus prac
class meeting. Science Club at 7
Mrs. Sal lie Copeland, of Wood
land, spent the past week here
with her daughter, Mary 101 la.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry White and
son, Murray, of High Point, spent
last Thursday here.
Mr. John Farlow, a former stu
dent, visited the college recently.
Miss Mabel Fox, of Kandleman,
spent the week end here, the guest
of Miss Mary Allen Bulla.
THE BIBLICAL SEMINAR.
Among the various organiza
tions of Guilford College, the Bibi
cal Seminar holds a place of
worth. It is composed of that cir
cle of young men who already real
ize that life might present serious
problems which demand their seri
ous attention when they have fin
ished their college career.
To prepare the members to as
sist in solving these problems
with the Christian wisdom is the
purpose of this organization. The
meetings are held semi-monthly.
A book written by recognized
•uthority upon the subject for dis
cussion made the basis of the out
line for the course of study. This
not only furnishes a source of use
ful information and trains one to
enter into a public discussion of
practical subjects, but that it also
suggests fields of service and sets
the purpose of life in the right
way. The wholesome atmosphere
and the worthy ideals which are
evidenced in the meeting cannot
but strengthen a member in the
Several of the members have
conducted services on Sunday af
ternoon at a meeting in (lie com
The meetings are held in Found
ers Hall and the time for the next
meeting is November 2, at 0.45 p.
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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 0 LE U 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 to 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
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North Philadelphia, Pa.
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74 N. Broad St. Atlanta, Ga.
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