North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C.
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 Reddick Mary I. Shaniburgei
Deborah Brown Clifford Hinsliaw
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE SI.OO
Address all communications to
THE GUILFORDIAN, Guilford Col
lege, N. C.
Thursday: 6.45, Prayer meet
Friday: 7.00, Literary Socie
ties; Clay-Philomathean recep
Saturday: 8.00, Y. W. C. A.
Sunday: 11.00 a. m., F. Walter
Monday: 0.30 p. in., chorus
Tuesday : Senior class meeting.
Wednesday: Sophomore class
meeting; Science Club.
As students of a college we all
love, we should occasionally ex
amine ourselves and see if there
is not some way in which we can
better do our part in making it a
more ideal institution.
One thing that a great number
of students here may be criticized
for is their selfish spirit—the spir
it that causes them to attend to
their own interest rather than the
interest of the group. I mean by
this the spirit that permits a stu
dent to neglect duties, the per
formance of which he owes to the
college or the student body, sim
ply for personal convenience.
In fact it seems that there are
a number of students here whose
tendency it is, when needed for
some special duty, to have a per
sonal engagement much more im
portant. We were given a notable
example of this when the Y. M. C.
A. convention was in session here.
Several boys, who were appointed
as delegates and excused from
classes, took this opportunity to
stay in their rooms. Some of these
were neglecting special duties
which had been assigned them
while all were neglecting their
duty to the Y. M. C. A. which had
appointed them to attend the con
ference in order to better equip
themselves for this work and thus
make a more efficient organiza
tion. We had other examples of
this self-centered spirit shown
when we had the musical on Sat
urday night—one week ago. This
spirit should not be allowfed to
creep into any one.
While it is true that "self-j^re
servation is the first law of na
ture" it is equally true that those
who act entirely from selfish mo
tives are not building the best and
most admirable characters. Those
who lose themselves in doing the
things that are best for others are
not only more admired but they
get the greatest joy from living.
Then let us all be ever ready and
willing to do —at a sacrifice if nec
essary—any task that will accom
modate or be beneficial to those
about us. If this is done, better
individual characters will be
formed here and a better institu
tion will result.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
We continue to have splendid
talks at our weekly prayer meet
ings. This week's meeting was
conducted by Raymond Smith,
who centered his thoughts about
the topic, "Influence." The Scrip
ture reading is found in Romans
14 :l-7, and Isaiah 32:2. Our lead
er said many things that were
worthy of our consideration. But
probably the most pregnant state
ment that he made was "Each one
of us can be a rock to shelter some
one else." He spoke of how every
one of us lives in some one else's
shadow; how some one sheltered
us; how like the plant in the sun
scorched desert we live only by
the protection of some person who
towers above us. The speaker said
that it is good to be thus 'protect
ed, but that it is much better to
protect. In concluding he urged
us to become a more lordly rock
and hold out a protecting influ
ence over our fellow students.
On Tuesday afternoon, Novem
ber 9, the girls of Hie Walking
Club, led by Miss White, walked
a distance of about two miles
southeast of the college. Reach
ing a favorable spot, they stoppe 1,
took breathing exercises, indulged
in a game of ball, repeated the ex
ercises, and then returned to the
college in a brisk walk. This af
ternoon was enjoyed more per
haps, than any other because the
girls are becoming more expert
walkers and with such a spirited
leader as Miss White, no one
could fail to catch the enthusiasm.
A volley ball field and a basket
ball court have been prepared 'n
the girls' athletic field west of
New Garden Hall. On Thursday
afternoon of this week, all girls
except upper classmen were re
quired to report on the field. The
tennis courts were in use, a basket
ball game was in progress and vol
ley ball was being played. Thus
every girl could folow her inclina
tion as to games.
There are several girls here who
are familiar with volley ball an J
with these as leaders, no doubt
this snappy game will be a favor
ite form of exercise.
There is an effort being made
"Get It at Odell's" Quality First
Base Ball, Basket Ball, Tennis, Track and Gym Supplies
Sweaters, Jerseys and Athletic Clothing
Odell Hardware Company
GREENSBORO, N. C.
A. L. RIDDICK, College Representative.
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, Athletics, Music,
Beautiful campus and Homelike surround
ings. Ten good Buildings. Call on us.
Write for information. Send suggestions.
THOMAS NEWLIN, President.
to organize class basket-ball teams
to decide the championship. The
Freshmen girls seem to have the
advantage, at least in numbers
from which to choose a team and
they are trying to encourage the
Now, since the faculty has in
tervened and we have what we
long have wanted compulsory
athletics —interest is increasing
rapidly and the outlook is very
WE MAKE YOUR PHOTOGRAPS
And save you a trip to Greensboro.
MOOSE & SON
JOS. J. STONE COMPANY
PRINTERS AND BINDERS,
Steel Die and Copper Plate Printing.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
KODAK AND SUPPLIES.
Films Promptly Developed.
Mail Orders a Specialty.
FARISS KLUTZ DRUG CO.
WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE
Howerton's Drug Store
46 PHONES 47
Guilford Hotel Corner Greensboro, N. C.
THE POPULAR JEWELER
invite you to his store when in Greens
boro. Best stock of
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
Diamonds. First Class Repair Shop.
Medals and Class Pins made
to order in shop.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
W. H. FISHER COMPANY
Best Line of Engraved Cards,
Wedding Announcements, Etc.
Record Office. Greensboro, N. C.
THE ONE ALWAYS APPRECIATED
In Our Flower Shop You Can At All
Times get the Best the Season Affords
DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY.
VAN LINDLEY COMPANY
115 S. Elm Street. Greensboro, N. C
STUDENTS OF TODAY WILL BE
THE BUSINESS MEN OF
Some will probably locate in
High Point, N. C. The best
possible Banking facilities are
offered by The Commercial
National Bank of High Point,
J. ELWOOD COX, President.
C. M. HAUSER, Active Vice-Pres.
W. G. BRADSHAW, Vice-President.
V. A. J. IDOL, Cashier.
A. H. JOHNSON
Over Greensboro National Bank.
Phone No. 710.
DR. L. G. COBLE
PHONE 601, GREENSBORO, N. C.
Greensboro Commercial School
110 West Washington Street,
Greensboro, N. C.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand and
the Business Branches taught the
year round. Enter any time.
Write for catalogue. Phone 1086.