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GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C.
Itiraous T. Valentine. Editor-in-Cliief
John Henry Beeson. . .Business Mgr.
Bernice Pike Secretary
Prof. J. B. Woosley. .Alumni Editor
Prof. H. 11. Brinton. Faculty Adviser
Prof. Mark Balderston
Sallie McGeliee Robert Frazier
Jones Smith Ethel Speas
Grace Taylor Sherley White
Deborah Brown Ilhesa L. Newlin
Mary Ina Shamburger
Address all communications to
Guilford College, N. C.
SI.OO PER YEAR
Wednesday, 6.30: Freshman class
Wednesday: Basketball, Guilford
vs. High Point at High Point.
Thursday, 6.30: Y. W. and Y. M.
C. A. meetings.
Friday, 7.00: Literary Societies.
Saturday: Basketball, Guilford vs.
Elon at Guilford.
Sunday, 11 and 7.30: Preaching.
Monday, 6.30: Chorus practice.
Tuesday, 6.30: Senior class meet
HAVE YOU ANYTHING TO SAY.
The Guilfordian is a newspaper
but we fondly hope and believe that
it is mluch more than a rniere news
paper. Among its many other pur
poses its function as an expression
of student oipinion is by no means
the least important. As the official
organ of the student body it should
fearlessly reflect in its pages exactly
what the student body is thinking.
There are limits of course. If Susie
should shake Johnnie and take up
with Willie the student body may
think a great deal about it, but it
would hardly do to discuss the mat
ter here. The silly sloppy, slushy
sentimental boy and girl jokes which
disfigure the columns of some of our
lOtherwfise ,exlcellent contemporaries
have never found a place in our
pages. The reporter of the
for instance saw Algernon, elabor
ately dressed, proceeding in the di
rection of the girls' dormitory and
thus reported: "Wonder what Al
gie's doing with all those good
clothes on. Look where he is going
too. Good boy, Algie. Keep it up."
When we print anything like this
kindly take us to the top of King
Hall and gently push us off.
But with two hundred minds
working day and night around here,
many of them ought to find proper
and legitimate expression in these
pages. The Guilfordian can not be
a medium for personal attacks or the
knocking of chronic kickers,. But
well meant and constructive criti
cism is always worth while and as
this college has long ago passed the
boarding 'school stage such criticism
should be respectfully considered by
those in authority.
Come on then. Let us hear what
you have to say. Perhaps we can
remedy your difficulties. If the
weather doesn't suit you, write to
us. Did you get an E (not meaning
excellent) which you did not de
serve. Publicity will help you. Did
"she'' turn you down? Our "heart
throb" editor will pick you up. Did
you find Emmy Lou's teeth in the
oatmeal or Hennery Rail's eyeball
in the butter? Our influence with
the Department of Kitchen Mechan
ics is supreme.
Do you fail to understand the pro
found truths revealed at morning
collection? We may be able to ex
plain them if it is possible. Have
you lost your heart? Our lost and
found department can not 'be equal
ed. Do you think we are liars? We
will publish what you say but please
don't use that word.
Seriously, however, when we con
sider the vast number of opinions
which are privately expressed around
here, it would be a pity if some of
them could not be expressed public
ly. Let us give you the opportunity.
All-we ask is that you have some
thing to say worth saying and that
you do not lay too violent hands on
the English language.
LEADS Y. M. C. A.
On last Thursday evening Prof.
Partington conducted the service at
Y. M. C. A. The subject of his dis
course was, "The Measure of a Man."
He discussed his subject from the
physical, intellectual, and spiritual
standpoint. The speaker said that
if we can be called a MAN, we are
successful. The philosophers and
men of great mental capacity have
done much in the world, but it takes
more than physical power and intel
lectual endowment to make a well
rounded man. One must have the
spiritual to make liis life mean most
to himself and those about him.
If a man would be successful he
must know how to get along with
others. He cannot live alone. His
way of living affects others in a way
that is either a help or hindrance. If
one is skillful in living with men, it
is a test of perfect manhood. The
speaker said that what one does for
his tfelloiwmen must be done in a
spirit of love. This spirit of love
determines the measure of a man.
Prof. Partington ended his talk by
saying, "Be a man maker and a man
The PARKER PAPERS TWINE CO.
Pioneer in Exclusive Paper and
Twine business in North Carolina.
W. T. Parker,
Sec. & Treas. and Gen. Manager.
HIGH POINT, N. C.
.1 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 ex
perienced teachers. The expenses are low.
Library, Laboratories, Athletics, Music, beautiful campus and home
like suroundinga. Ten good buildings. Call on us. Write for infor
mation. Send suggestions.
THOMAS NEWLIN. President.
The Horace Partridge Company
HIGH CLASS ATHLETIC GOODS.
Sales rooms: No. 7 5 Hawley St., Boston, Mass.
Outfitters to the leading colleges and academies.
R. S. Doak, Local Agent.
THE QUALITY SHOP
W. P. FRASER, Manager.
The Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Store.
Exclusive styles always to be found
here in our up-to-date
222 South Elm Street.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
COLLEGE BARBER SHOP
Work done while you wait.
CLUB AND COLLEGE PINS
AND RINGS-GOLD, SILVER
AND BRONZE MEDALS
Stephen Lane Folger, InG.
180 BROADWAY NEW YORK
Pomona Terra-Cotta Co.
POMONA, N. C.
Manufacturers of Sewer and Drain Pipe,
Flue Linings, Conduits and other clay pro
ducts. Annual capacity 2.000 car loads.
Thacker & Brockmann
Sell good Shoes at prices you can
afford to pay. Ask the teachers and
students who always trade here about
W. H. FISHER CO.
Best Line of Engraved Cards, Wedding Announcements, Etc.
111 West Gasion St Greensboro. N. C.
DR. J. S. BETTS
Corner Elm and West Market Streets
Over Greensboro Drug Co.
SPAULDING'S SPORTING GOODS
Are standard the world over.
You can get what you want
from our large stock.
WILLS BOOK & STATIONERY COMPANY
Greensboro, N. C.
KODAK AND SUPPLIES.
Films Promptly Developed.
Mail Orders a Specialty.
FARISS KLUTZ DRUG COMPANY
We Invite Your Patronage
HOWERTON'S DRUG STORE
46 PHONES 47
Agent Norris Canrlies.
Guilford Hotel Corner, Greensboro.
S. L. GILMER & COMPANY
REA DY-TO-WEA R CLOTHING
Snappy Styles for College
CLEGG S BAKERY
GREENSBORO, N. C.
LEWIS & ANDREWS
10 pei- cent, discount to college girls.
108 W. Washington Street.
Greensboro, N. C.
When in Greensboro Eat at
The Hennessee Cafe
The Home of Good Cooking.
We have a Rest Room Furnished Ex
clusively for Ladies. You are
always welcomed to our Cafe.
342-344 South Elm Street.
J. R. DONNELL, Prop, and Manager.
GRLENSBORO COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
110 West Washington Street,
Greensboro, N. C.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand and the
P>usiness Branches taught the year
round. Enter any time. Write for
catalogue. Phone 1086.
DR. L. G. COBLE
Phone 001. Greensboro, N. C.