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The Guilfordian. online resource (None) 1914-current, September 29, 1915, Page 2, Image 2

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2 THE GUILFORDIAN r.riLFOIJI) COLLEGE, N. C. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BOARD Fred H. Morris Editor-in-Chief C. Robt. Mitchell. .Business Manager Prof. W. E. Moore Censor Prof. J. B. Woosley... .Alumni Editor Bessie Guthrie Laura Davis Harrell Budd Ethel Speas Ezra Moore Sarah Richardson Joseph Reddiek Mary I. Shamburgei Deborah Brown Clifford Hinshaw SUBSCRIPTION PRICE SI.OO Address all communications to THE GUILPORPIAX, Guilford Col lege, N. O. SCHOOL-YEAR RESOLUTIONS. The first few weeks of the col lege year determines for each stu dent whether or not his entire year will be a success. In order for it to be a success the student must begin with a desire and a deter mination to make the most of every opportunity. Now is the time for us to make our school-year resolutions and begin to live up to them. Each task well done is as a rung in the ladder by which we climb to high er tasks. Let us then resolve' To make some "A's"; to fall below "B" in no subject; and never to quit a study 011 the plea that it is impractical. A student who makes "A" 011 a subject is gaining an education. For in order to make this grade lie must not only learn what oth ers say but lie must classify this with what lie already knew, and it is this classification that permits him to pass the knowledge 011 with the mark of his own individuality upon it. This mastery by com parison and classification, of one subject is of more value than a smattering knowledge of many subjects. A "B" grade means that the student is learning what is in his text book, but is failing to assimi late it. This student however has a chance to become educated but those who fall below this grade seldom acquire an education. A "C" means that the student has only a smattering idea of his sub jeet which will never be of much value to him. Then let each one now resolve to lay the foundation of a broad education and as we do so recog nize that: "There is no enlarge ment, unless there be a compari son of ideas one with another, as they come before the mind, and a systematizing of them. We feel our minds to be growing and ex panding then, when we not only learn, but refer what we learn to what we know already." EDITOR'S NOTICE. In last week's issue there ap peared an article in regard to so ciety activities here, so plated as to look like a continuation of the The Young Men's Store Everything for the college boys in Cloth ing, Hats and Furnishings. Nobby Suits in all the newest fabrics from $15.00 up. English models suitable for fastidious dressers. Vanstory Clothing Company GREENSBORO, N. C. editorial. This article was not written by the editor, but was written by a student and handed in without either heading or sig nature. As such it was due to be printed only as a letter, the sentiments of which are not nec essarily indorsed by the board. It was a mistake on the part of the printer that it did not so appear. These letters, as representing student opinions, will be gladly received and published as such. They will not require a signature but in all cases should be headed. THE BALTIMORE ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR CO ALL WORK GUARANTEED WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERD Look for our Car Monday Morning and Thursday 329 South Elm. Phone 897 Greensboro, N. C. PARKER PAPER & TWINE CO. HIGH POINT, N. C. Carries the lagest stock of Paper and Twines of any house between Baltimore and Atlanta. W. T. PARKER Sec.-Treas. and Gen. Manager. STUDENTS OF TODAY WILL BE THE BUSINESS MEN OF TOMORROW Some will probably locate in High Point, N. C. The best possible Banking facilities are offered by The Commercial National Bank of High Point, N. C. J. ELWOOD COX, President. C. M. HAUSER, Active Vice-Pres. W. G. BRADSHAW, Vice-President. V. A. .T. IDOL, Cashier. THE GUILFORDIAN "Get It at Odell's" Quality First Base Ball, Basket Ball, Tennis, Track and Gym Supplies Sweaters, Jerseys and Atheletic Clothing A Specialty. Odell Hardware Company GREENSBORO, N. C. A. L. RIDDICK, College Representative. GUILFORD COLLEGE We want our Alumni, Old Students and friends to help us make a Greater Guilford. We have the material equipments—the social, moral and religious advantages, as well as a Faculty of well qualified and exper ienced teachers The expenses are low. Library, Laboratories, Atheletics, Music, Beautiful campus and Homelike surround ings. Ten good Buildings. Call on us. Write for information. Send suggestions. THOMAS NEWLIN, President. WE MAKE YOUR PHOTOGRAPS AT GUILFORD, And save you a trip to Greensboro. MOOSE & SON Store in Greensboro ThaGker & Brockman's Best Palce in Greensboro to Buy Shoes. In Ladies' Shoes we sell the popular $2.50 and $3 Sherwood line and the elegant La France $3.50 and $4 line. For men, the famous Bostonian Shoes, sold at $3.50, $4 and $5. W. H. FISHER COMPANY Best Line of Engraved Cards, Wedding Announcements, Etc. PRINTING Record Office. Greensboro, N. C THE ONE ALWAYS APPRECIATED GIFT Flowers In Our Flower Shop You Can At All Times get the Best the Season Affords DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY. WEDDING FLOWERS. VAN LINDLEY COMPANY FLORISTS 115 S. Elm Street. Greensboro, N. C

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