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BASKET BALL PROMISING
Since Poak has had the basket
ball squad in charge for the past
month, lie has developed a team
that will surprise those who see !!
in action for the first time. The
boys work together as one man,
so that the team work is as good
as it has been in the past seasons,
and the passing has reached a
very creditable stage. With thn
rapid change Guilford is much
more optimistic, and the whole
student body is behind the team
to support it to the last.
The Cabinet has chosen W. F.
Brinkley cheer leader, and with
bis natural ability in this line he
hopes by the co-operation of the
whole student body, to develop a
system of cheering that will be
far better than it lias been in the
past, and will be a more substan
tial support to the team.
At this time the first team can
not be given because it is entirely
a matter of who plays the best
that will determine the positions
for the men.
Benbow Jones has made great
improvement since last year as
sub., and is playing an excellent
Lawrence Stuart is a true shot
at the goal, and with his passing
ability, aids the whole team.
Perhaps the man that has made
the greatest improvement is G.
Groome. He has developed into a
good center, is passing well, and
a good shot.
Futrell is playing a good game
at guard, and keeps with his man
in splendid style.
Semans is one of the best pass
ers 011 the floor, and is exception
Hinkle has been absent for tin 1
past week on account of illness at
home, and may not return until
Short plays both a good guard
and center, and is a valuable man.
Dalton Smith is playing a good
forward, and has a good eye for
Wood is improving and plays a
good game all round.
Price has made a great improve
ment, and is quick on the floor.
Poak left for the University of
North Carolina Dec. 1, coach at
that place. Since then Luther
Stuart has accepted the position
of physical director here, and
from the way he goes at the work
he promises to make an excellent
coach. Like Doak, Stuart has
GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C., DECEMBER 9, 1914.
boon a student here, and is ac
quainted witli the place. Those
who have been acquainted with
Iho college for the past few years
know of his fast work both in
base ball and basket ball, lie
was the man around whom such a
fast infield was built, and also
was one of the best guards who
have (ever represented (inilford.
Besides this, Stuarl has had ex
perience in professional ball, be
ing a member of the Winston-Sa
lem League for the past two years,
lie now has in charge the basket
ball squad, and is fast rounding
it into shape, and working hard to
have the team in perfect condition
by the time the season begins.
Stuart is popular here, ami we
feel sure that he will be a great
aid in athletics.
GIRLS' BASKET BALL.
On Friday evening after I he So
cieties had adjourned, the Old
Maids of Guilford College actual
ly had the nerve to play the
Flirts. At the sound of the whis
tle a hard fought battle was be
gun. During the first half the
Old Maids seemed equal to the
Flirts, the score standing 0 to 7.
But in the last half the Old Maids,
not being able to keep up their
juvenile activity, did not hold
Evelyn Briggs starred for the
Old Maids as forward. She shot
four field goals and had she had
the support that Tot ten Moton
and Ellon White had the score
would have been more even. She
scored all eight points made.
Totten Moton did exceptionally
good work for the Flirts in shoo;
ing field goals and fouls. Filer
White, the other forward, shot
one free goal and two field goals.
Maude Lassiter, their center, shot
one field goal.
The guards on both sides did
The final score was 1 1 to 8 in
favor of the Firfs. The line-up
was as follows:
Old Maids. Flirts.
A. Morris ....11. F 10. White
I']. Briggs ... .L. F T. Moton
M. White O M. Lassitei
B. Pike R. G...5. McGeehee
M. Freeman..L. G...M. Andrews
Mr, Krnest Lash ley, of Golds
boro, visited his cousin, Miss Ed
gerlon, during the holidays.
President L. L. Ilobbs attended
the North Carolina Teachers' As
sembly held at Charlotte during
the Thanksgiving holidays.
REV. CLYDE TURNER AT Y.
On last Thursday evening at
the regular meeting, Rev. A. Clyde
Turner, pastor of the First Bap
tist church of Greensboro, spoke
to a large crowd of the boys. He
chose as his subject 'The Pur
pose of Life."
The question for every one to
confront is what shall he do with
that God-given life. Life is con
trolled bv one central thought,
passion or ideal and Ibis deter
mines our career as does the cur
rent the course of a stream. No
man is any better than bis heart's
purpose. Individuals are con
trolled by different passions or
thoughtsjsonie have the passion
for money, others the passion for
pleasure, and others still other
Paul before bis conversion on
the road to Damascus had as bis
controlling motive the perseeu
tion of Christ, but when changed
he could say, "For me to live is
Christ" and henceforth he was de
voted to the great work of serving
Christ. Life is short, generations
swiftly pass away unnoticed. Life
is so uncertain—today's opportun
ities are all that we have at our
command and these are soon gone
never to be recalled. We cannot
return to the past. In view of
these things the serious question
is what are we making of this
Our eternal estates are what
we make here on earth and in pro
portion to our service here will
our reward be in eternity. Every
life to be a success must be linked
with God and any life that is not
linked with Christ cannot suc
The Association appreciates the
visit of Rev. Mr. Turner and
everybody was highly pleased
with his discourse.
A GUILFORD DINNER.
During the Baltimore Yearly
Meeting of Friends held in Balti
more, Mil., there were so many old
Guilford students in attendance
that we decided to have a Guilford
table Saturday at dinner. At tiie
table we had old students, alumni
The old students who were pres
ent were Ellen and .Joseph White,
of 1884, Julia Raiford. 11)08, Iro
C. Trueblood, 15)01, Lizzie Hol
land and Dr. dailies Davis.
Among the Alumni who were
present were Sue F. Raiford and
Emma White, 1892, Dora B.
GUILFORDIANS AT CHARLOTTE
There was lield in Charlotte on
Thursday evening during the time
of I lie Teachers' Assembly n meet -
ing of ;illllllni of Guilford College
together with students who had
a(tended New Garden Hoarding
School. This meeting was partic
ularly pleasing and helpful to
those who were present and was a
means of increasing the interest
both in Guilford College and in
the Assembly. Twenty-two alum
ni and students of the old school
met at the Selwvn Hotel and took
dinner together at o'clock and
then adjourned to a room for or
ganization and I lie expression of
interest in the college and in the
work so many teachers educated
at Guilford are doing. Mr. 10. J.
Coltrane, of the .Jamestown High
School, was asked to preside. Re
marks were made by President L.
L. Hobbs, Geo. W. Wilson, solici
tor, Oscar V. Woosley, of the High
School at Lexington, Mr. E. A.
Cole, who was a student at New
Garden in ISS4, and by Miss Ida
10. Millis, of the Guilford graded
school. II wdecided hereafter
lo hold annual reunions in con
nection wtih Hie Teachers' Asse
lies ides the persons already
named there were in attendance
at Charlotte, J. Wilson Carrell,
Henry W. Smith, of Aurora, L.
Lea White, of Winston, Alice Dix
on, of Jamestown, Virginia
Helms, of Sylvan High School,
Clara Worth, of Matthew's, Willis
Rarxron, Herbert W. Reynolds, of
Center school, John T. Chappell,
of Derita, Mr. and Mrs. I'inkney
Mendenhall, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Cole, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cole.
Richard .1. M. Hobbs, of Char
lotte, and A. F. Za chary, of Ran
Chirk, Vernon Ilrown, 1 Si) 7.
Alva I and ley, Sallie and Mabel
Kaiford, 1!M)N, Alice Lindley, Lucy
While and Annie Holland of 10Of>.
I >r. Caswell j raven, who taught
at (inilford in 18!).'5, and is now
an instructor in Johns Hopkins
I niversily, was also present, mak
ing seventeen (inilford people in
A (Inilford badge of crimson
and grey ribbon was given each
as a souvenir of the occasion.
M. V. It., 'OS.
.Miss Sara Richardson, of High
Point, who was in school here last
vear, was the week-end guest of