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PHILOMATHEANS STUDY TENNY
For the last few meeting the Phil
omathean Society has been making
a study of the works of Tennyson.
This has made society work not only
interesting, but also instructive.
The chief feature of the meeting for
January 12tli was a reading anil pan
tonine of Enoch Arden given by
•The last program was announced
in the following order:
Malory and Tennyson—Ruth Co
The Story of the Coming of Arthur
Piano Solo—Tama Burke.
Recitation—Merlin and the Gleam
Characterization of Elaine and
Guinevere —'Marie Clegg.
Current Events —Mary Coble.
Each girl performed her part cred
The following officers were elect
ed: President, Oma Gray; secretary,
Addie Morris; marshal, Jessie Cox.
ZATASIAN SOCIETY NOTES.
The Zaitasian Society held its reg
ular meeting on the evening of Jan.
26. The president appointed Dor
othy Faucet as critic, after which
the following program was rendered:
Instrumental Solo—Ha'ttie Crutch
Recitation —Una Seal.
Reading "The Negro" Alma
Picture Study—Gertrude Cronk.
The whole program was very in
teresting and very well rendered.
The picture study was especially
good. In this Miss Cronk took a
number of Perry pictures and dis
cussed their different points. Miss
Cronk explained how we so often
pass grea)t pictures by without being
able to appreciate the beauty in
The report of the committee to
secure the names of candidates for
the oratorical contest was read and
accepted. From the nine names
handed in the following were elect
ed: Eu'la Hockett, Jaunita Reece,
Vera Mcßane, Una Seal, Alma Chil
ton and Clara Farlow.
We were very glad to receive Elsie
Rail as a mem'ber of our society.
INTERESTING MEETING OF
An interesting and ratlher unusual
meeting of the Henry Clay Literary
Society was held January 26. The
meeting was unusual in that there
were two regular programs rendered.
First all the amendments to the
constitutions and bynlaws were ac
cepted. Among these are amend
ments ,providing for the election of
a censor, sergeant-at-arms, and chap
lain. The new officers were then
In the first debate, "Resolved,
That the officers of the administra
tion government of N. C. siliould be
appointed by the governor." The
affirmative was upheld by Messrs.
Stuart and A. T. Newlin. The cause
of the negative was defended by
Messrs. Braxton and J. IG. White.
The judges gave the decision to the
There was but one speaker on
each side in the last debate.* Mr.
Fox defended the affirmative and Mr.
Doughton the negative. The ques
tion was "Resolved, That the library
at Guilford College should be open
from 7 until 9.30 at night." The
judges rendered their decision in
favor of the negative.
DR. HALL LECTURES.
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social being, life is not intended to
be seclusive. We have family, mu
nicipal, and national life in aill of
which there should be a fitting
The speaker next dwelt very
touchingly on the beauties of home
and family life. "Home," iie said,
"is an inspiration, a safeguard, a
hope, and a beautiful benediction.
The imarriage relation is altogether
good and necessary, and one of the
great icurses of the world is a grow
ing lack of family life."
In speaking of some of the "pests
in the orchard of life," Dr. Hall men
tioned especially: indolence, pride,
the drink evil and the divorce evil,
as terrible enemies to life and happi
ness. In speaking of life's blessings
he emphasized the need of religion,
"pure and undefiled," the sacred rec
ollections of home life, and the pow
er of affection. Education also serves
to enrich and ennoble life by 'furn
ishing training for ear, mind, hand
and heart. It gives a clearer vision
and makes one's horizon broader.
God can give nothing more sublime
than life, and in order that existence
should be a blessing, the outflow of
life should be wisdom, truth, and
love of God.
WEB. ORATORICAL CONTEST
The We'bsterian Literary Society
held its regular meeting Friday
night. President Hinshaw called the
meeting to order. After the roll call
and reading of the minutes Mr. P.
V. Fitzgerald was appointed critic.
The literary program consisted of
a debate on the question "Resolved,
That all persons receiving an income
of one thousand dollars or more
should be required to pay an income
tax." The affirmative was advanced
by Messrs. ( Sutton, ,Lineberry and
Cameron, who argued the advan
tages of such a tax, showing that
present deficiencies in our national
treasury might be thus remedied.
The negative was upheld by
Messrs. Bowman, Dorsett and Bee
son, who showed such a tax to be un
necessary, unfair and impracticable.
The decision of the judges was in
favor of the negative.
Under miscellaneous business the
oratorical contestants were elected.
From twelve candidates the follow
ing were successful: J. G. Reddick.
D. D. S. Cameron, Robert H. Frazier,
Hervie N. Williard, J. Dewey Dor
sett, R. Arthur Lineberry.
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GUILFORD LOSES TWO.
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methods if the quint loses every
game. In a word, Guilford got a
raw deal, even a Wake Forest player
admitted as muoh; the Guilford play
ers know it; the comparison of the
score in the first and second half
proves it. Why even Coach Doak
opens up a little in protest which is
proof enough in itself.
But back to the game! Massey,
as the Wake Forest correspondent is
again kind enough to say after the
victory, was the individual star of
the game. Dribbling, passing and
shooting, he was easily the best .man
on the floor. Zachary, who tosses
baseballs, also broke into basketball
circles in this game playing a good
game at center in the absence of Cap
tain Smith, who was out with a min
or injury. For Wake Forest, Franks
and Holding played excellent ball.
The scoire and lineup of the mix
up is as follows:
Guilford. Wake Forest
Semans, 2 L.F Neal, 3
Jones, 2 R.F Dickson, 8
Zachary, 2 .... C Franks, 5
Walser LjG Hanby, 2
Massey, 11 . . R.G Holding
Referee, Mr. Olay.
Guilford-A. & M. Game.
After suffering ;defeat at Wake
Forest, Manager Reddick with his
men in the care of Coach Doak jour
neyed to Raleigh where Guilford re
ceived her second defeat of the sea
son, at the hands of the well-trained
A. & M. team.
The game from start to finish was
snappy and a hotly contested one.
A. & M. was the ifirst to basket a goal
and had secured two before Guilford
obtained their initial one. However,
the Quakers by a change to good
team work, assisted by the keen eye
of Semans to locate the basket, over
came the lead by four points. The
first half ended with the score 15-18
in A. & M.'s favor.
The Red and White opened up the
second half with a rush and secured
nine points, while our boys were able
to find the basket only once, but the
boys wearing the Crimson and Grey
were determined to show a fighting
spirit, and when the timekeeper's
whistle blew, were making a rapid
move toward victory. The final score
was 39-24 in favor of A. & M.
The following is from "News and
Observer": "Massey was the in
dividual star for Guilford, although
playing guard he amassed four field
goals to his credit for a total of 12
"The visitors' used good team
work in their passes, but encounter
ed strong guarding near the goal."
A. & M. Guilford
Tennple ,R. F Semans
Cline L. F Jones
Denny C Smith
Lewis R. G Walzer
Johnson L. G Massey
Summary Sub.: Zachary for
Smith, Luper for Cline. Field goals,
Temple 6, Cline 7, Lewis 4, Johnson
1, Semans 4, Massey 4, Jones 1,
Smith 1. Foul goals, Temtple 3 out
of 8 chances; Lewis none out of two
chances; Massey 4 out of 10 chances.
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