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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. Riddick
Alma Lassiter Troy Short
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Guilford College, N. C.
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS.
The attention of the student
body is called to the advertise
ments in the GUILFORDI.YX. The
persons who are paying to adver
tise in our paper are those w_o
have faith in the student body and
those who are willing to support
its institutions. It is only by their
assistance that the maintenance of
the paper is possible financially.
For this reason we urge tin stu
dents to favor these men with as
much patronage as possible, and
let them know that you are from
Guilford, so that they can see some
tangible results from their adver
tising and not feel that it is pure
charity. Again patronize our ad
At the regular meeting of the
Pliilomathean Society on Friday
evening, October IG, the following
officers were installed: President,
Blanche Dixon; secretary, Debo
rah Brown; marshal, Clara Blair.
A very interesting and instructive
Carolina program was rendered.
We have had splendid discussions
on the cotton question in tlie
South and on student government.
On the evening of the 23rd Mis
Hobbs and Miss Patterson sang
the ' Lorelei" in German.
This year it was decided to have
a secret critic appointed for each,
meeting, whose report should b,
given the following week, by the
critic for the evening. So far these
reports, though not pleasant, have
On the whole the members of
the Society are doing excellent
work. Especially do we wish to
commend the interest manifested
by our new members. They seem
to realize, as the old members do,
that the benefit derived from Soci
ety work will be in proportion to
the effort put forth and conse
quently they are striving to get
the most possible out of the work.
LETTERS TO GUILFORDIAN.
(Publication of letters does not neces
sarily imply that their sentiments
are indorsed by the Editors.)
While traveling at considerable
speed the direct line between Cox
Hall and the east corner of Foun
der's about 13:31 p. 111., one day
last week, I realized that I was
hungry. Upon mentioning this
not unusual fact to my compan
ions. 1 was not surprised to learn
that several shared the same feel
ing, because we merely had a pass
age from the Bible and imagina
tion for breakfast; and even that
scanty meal was served cold.
Full of anticipation, but empty
otherwise, we arrived at our table
in record time and sat down. I
expected, at the very worst, to get
hash. Was I disappointed? Yes,
indeed, also dismayed!
There was nothing but plates on
the table and even these were un
dersized. Time passed and the
waitresses passed, but nothing to
eat appeared. Was this all?
Would 1 be forced to eat these
sandwiches or these plates? I had
seen such left on the table after
a hungry bunch had demolished a
Sunday night suppr, but for din
ner! The idea was preposterous.
Nevertheless it seemed to be true,
that what was before us was all
we were to have to eat. In other
words, this was not dinner, it was
If they fool us that way without
any excuse, 1 certainly hope the
first of April comes on Saturday,
so 1 will be at home.
Thursday—Y. M. and Y. W.
mid-week prayer meeting.
Friday—7:oo, Literary Socie
Sunday—Regular religious serv-,
Monday—7 :00, first chorus prac
Tuesday—o:3o, Senior class
meeting. 7:00 ; second chorus prac
Wednesday G :30, Sophomore
class meeting. 7:00, Literary Club.
There seems to have been great
improvement in the athletic activ
ities among the girls since they
liave become better organized, and
have had regular use of the gym
nasium and the tennis courts.
Evelyn Briggs, as manager of
basket ball, has made out the class
teams and has found several gir!-j
in the preparatory department
who promise to play well. There
"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 the ji p 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 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
The Chas. H. Elliott Company
North Philadelphia, Pa.
is a great need of a coach or mem
ber of tlie Faculty to direct the
basket ball, for there is confusion
when one of the girls takes this
place. They are planning to have
a public game in the course of two
or three weeks.
Mrs. W. 0. Blair, of Fall Creek,
Va., is spending some time here
with her sister, Miss Benbow.
Tervis Beeson, who was in
school at this place last year
spent Sunday night with friends.
Miss Velma Paris, of Greens
boro, was the week-end guest of
Miss Kathryn White.
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.
W. P. Reaves, M. D. C. R. Reaves, M. D.
Reaves Eye, Ear, Nose and
GREENSBORO, N. C.
C, W. BANNER, M. D.
Practice Limited to the
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
Hours 9 to 1 and 2 to 5
Banner Building Greensboro
DR. J. E. WYCHE
Office Phone 29 Residence 22
DR. J. S. BETTS
Cor. Elm and W. Market Sts.
Over Greensboro Drug Co.
DR. J. W. TAYLOR
Specialist In Fitting Glasses. Relief or no pay
Examinations Without "Drops"
sth Floor, Banner Building
GREENSBORO, N. C.
OFFICES 111 COURT SQUARE
Phone 629 Greensboro, N C
Yadkin Hotel, Salisbury, N. C.
Stonewall Hotel, Charlotte, N. C.
LaFayette Hotel, Fayetteville, N. C.
500 SOUTH ELM STREET
Repairing a Specialty
Special Rates to College Students