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The game that was to have been
played Inst Saturday morning was
canceled at a very late hour b>
High Point. ('onsequently anoth
er week has passed and the club
hits not played its first game yet.
It might be well to note here that
the line men are of a very uniform
weight, although not heavy, but
splendid men in their places. The
last week has seen many changes
in the whole line up. (Jarner has
been put in as fall back. Mc(Jee
has also been shifted to the left
guard. There has been a continu
•ous alternation between Redding
and John Ilollowell for the center
and left tackle. Ralph Davis, one
of the fastest men on the hill, has
at last been brought out and
placed in the back field. Short,
the fast right end man, who has a
presence of mind throughout the
game, has developed great ability
to receiving the forward pass.
There has been circulated far
and wide an impression that the
football interests here are more
than the Unilford Football Club.
This is a false impression because
of the fact that football is not a
regular department of the Athh t
ic Association initiated and luck
ed by the College. The faculty
athletic committee simply gave
the boys leave to initiate the fall
sport on their own resources and
responsibilities. Owing to the
fact too that there has been circu
lated a statement to the effect
that we have been piling up tre
mendous big scores against other
aggregations, there has been some
hesitancy on the part of secondary
and scrub teams in accepting our
challenges. Such a statement is
unfounded because of the simple
fact that we have not had a game
with any team so far this season
Put we are confident at this time
that we will have a game with the
Carolina Freshmen next Saturday
afternoon at •'? o'clock on our own
On last Tuesday afternoon Mas
ten and Fitzgerald meandered
down to Elon where they sustain
ed a severe defeat at the hands of
Ilardcastle and Holland, the Elon
team, to the tune of (Ml, (5-1, and
•-2. Notwithstanding the fact
that the score indicates that the
(luilford boys were far outclassed,
it remains to say that they had
the speed and serve, but for lack
of practice they were not able to
display any real head work
GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C., OCTOBER 27, 1915.
The third regular meeting of
the Joseph Moore Science Club
was held in Memorial Hall on
Wednesday evening, October 20th.
At a previous meeting I lie follow
ing officers had been elected I >
serve litis year:
President—l'rof. Print on.
Vice-President —Roy Play lock.
Secretary—Laura I >avis.
Treasurer—l esse (Jarner.
Ausseher—Prof. I )owning.
New members voted into the
club are: Hazel Armstrong, Onia
(Jray, (\allie Lewis, Sara Richard
son, Floy Lassiter, Josephine Co
ble, Clarice Xewlin, Phoebe
Worth, Carrie Yates, Ellen Rai
ford, .lones Smith, Robert Thayer.
Henry Ileeson, Fowell Menden
liall, Warren Mitchell. J. T. Val
entine, Milton Mason.
The general subject of Public
Health has been chosen by 111
club for this year's study. At the
meeting last Wednesday, Prof.
Downing spoke on ''Public Health
and the Water Supply.'' He took
up the quantity, sources and qual
ity of water supplies and perform
ed several experiments showing
the methods by which chlorene
and nitrogen are determined in
the chemical examination of wa
Dr. Xewlin and Professor Peele
have been attending the Friends
Conference at Richmond, Va.
Miss Evelyn Ilriggs and Miss
Lucy Richardson were at the col.
lege Sunday afternoon.
Misses Ilea trice Crouch and
Minn Freeman visited Miss Clara
111 a ire Sunday.
Miss Marguerite Tilth ill spent
the week end with Miss (trace
Mr. Harris Johnson was here
Saturday to see his niece. Miss
Miss Ellen White spent the
week end in (ireensboro with her
Messrs. Roy Hodgin and Edison
Hicks, who were students here
last year, were seen on the cam
Mr. Xeece Williard, of James
town, visited his brother, Hemic,
Mr. Ernest Shore, 'l4, who won
fame as a pitcher with the Most on
Red Sox and played an important
part in tin 1 world series this year,
stopped by Thursday while on his
The f.iculty lias decided upon ji
new ruling which is ;m ;i 1 1 cm 11 j> I to
till ;i gap in the all-roundness of
the young women's collect 1 course.
The ruling is ;i modified form of
systematic gymnasium work. On
Tuesdjiv ;uid Thursday afternoons
every woman, except .Inniors and
Seniors, is required to report at
4:15. The work until the middle
of November will he out of doors
entirely and will consist of tennis,
basket-ball, volley-ball or walk
inn; the indoor work will consist
of calisthenics and panics. Ii is
the intention of the faculty com
mittee in charge of physical cul
ture for the young women to col
laborate in whatever way it can
with the V. W. A.
BROWNING'S "ABT VOGLER."
(Continued from issue of Oct. 13.)
The remaining five stanzas em
body lrowuing's spiritual philos
ophy on the seeming failure ami
disappointment of this life. In
the eighth, the sadness and regret
caused by the vanishing of the
magic palace are replaced by the
thought that "what was, shall be."
and this hope leads to the perfect
submission and confidence im
plied in the ninth stanza:
"Therefore to whom turn I hut to thee,
the ineffable Name?
Builder and Maker, Thou, of houses
not made of hands!
What, have fear of change from Thee
who art ever the same?
Doubt that Thy power can fill the
heart that Thy power expands?
There shall never be one lost good!
What was, shall live as before:
The evil is null, is rought, is silence
What was good, shall be good, with,
for evil, so much good more;
On the earth the broken arcs: in the
heaven, a perfect round."
In this stanza ISrowning seems
to express the negative idea of
evil, as if it were a necessary con
dition of the incompleteness of
In the tenth stanza hope rises
still higher, even to the belief that
everything worthy will survive to
eternity, though attended on earth
"All we have willed or hoped or
dreamed of good, shall exist;
Not its semblance, but itself; no beau
ty, nor good, nor power,
Whose voice has gone forth, but each
survives for the melodist
When eternity affirms the conception
of an hour.
(Continued on second page.)
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
It might l>c truthfully said thai
our midweek prayer meeting of
Thursday evening was liusual. To
he sure the attendance was small,
owing to the fact that it seemed
expedient on this particular even
ing to change the time of meeting
from tin' usual hour of (::>() to
and many girls did not know
of this arrangement.
The leader, Ellen Raiford, read
in our hearing the 12th chapter of
Pcclesiastes. Her subject was:
''Your Picture." In the daily acts
of our lives, she s;iid. we are paint
ing our pictures and it is within
our power to decide whether that
picture shall reflect smiles or
frowns. A face that reflects pure
thoughts and a capacity for do
ing kindly deeds is one that no
one will he ashamed of. If in old
age we wish to he beautiful, now
is the time to ask ourselves the
question: "Am living up to my
hest self?" Sometimes we think
that we cannot reach the goal and
it is only by persevering to the
end, that we can expect reward.
"There are thousands to tell you it
can't be done,
There are thousands to prophesy fail
There are thousands to point out to
you one by one
The dagers that wait to assail you.
Hut just buckle in with a bit of a grin,
Then take off your coat and go to it,
Just start in to sing as you tackle the
That cannot be done and you'll do it."
I alike the old custom of allow
ing one member to bear the whole
responsibility of the service ;i
goodly number of girls supple
mented the leader's remarks by
various quotations bearing on the
I am sure that all who attended
the meeting will agree with me
when I say that it was an unusu
ally inspiring one.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Our last weekly meeting was un
like our usual meetings in that we
did not have a specially selected
leader. At this meeting Mr. P. 11.
Morris read some verses from the
Bible, and asked for a season of
prayer in which several took part.
After this the meeting was thrown
open to all. Many took advantage
of this opportunity to say a few
words, A general meeting like
this one is always good, and this
meeting was much enjoyed.