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The Guilfordian. online resource (None) 1914-current, January 14, 1920, Page 4, Image 4

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4 CAMPUS NOTES We are glad to note several im provements in the buildings on the campus that go to show how .the forward spirit is working at Guil ford. The president's office is being re modeled and enlarged by moving the old stairway into the lower labora tories out into its proper place in the corridor. This enlarged the room so that it has been divided into two sections, making an inner office for the president and an outer for his secretary. The roof on the power house, which was destroyed in the recent fire, has finally been completed. The Southern Power Company is ta last ready to begin work on the power line to Guilford, so we are ex pecting lights in a short while. There were several old students and alumni on the campus last week and among these was Sherley N. White, of Germanton, who, it will be remembered, left Guilford in the spring of 1917 to join the Marine Corps. As a member of the re nowned Sixth Marines, Sherley won considerable fame for himself over seas. He is privileged not only to wear the coveted green fourrogerie of the French Croix de Geurre as a result of his brigade's receiving two French army citations, but of also having received a divisional cita tion for personal bravery. Joe Reddick, 'lB, who is teaching in the Trinity High School, was also on the hill over Sunday. John White, 'l9, who is holding down a responsible position with a Winston commercial firm, spent Sunday on the campus. Miss Clara Blair, 'l9, of High Point, spent Sunday with Miss Lov ett at Founders. Roger Kiser, 'l9, who is principal of the Germanton High School, stop ped; over for a few hours to see his brother Lee Saturday afternoon. QUAKJER QUINT TO MEET UNI VERSITY IN GREENSBORO THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8. (Continued from first page.) Fox, Dye and Lineberry have also been showing up well during the last week and will keep the team busy working this season. Sophomores Win Over Freshmen. The first of the inter-class basket ball games was won by the Sopoho mores in a hotly contested game the week before the holidays began. The Freshmen put up a plucky fight, but were unable to keep the Sophs from piling up a 15 to 7 score on them. Line-up follows: Freshmen. Sophomores. Crews L.F Hambright Stafford R.F Dye Gilbreath C . .Newlin, J. C. Kiser L.G. . . . Mcßane, G. Anderson .... R.G Cox Referee, Zachary. Team to Play Carolina Thursday. | The game with Carolina in Greens boro Thursday night promises to be one of no little interest. The results of our game with Trinity Monday night show that we have a team that can play, so let's go over in force and help bring home the University goat. J. M. Hendrix & Co. The Home of Good Shoes Greensboro, N. C. WILL MAKE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IN THIS SPACE NEXT IS SUE REGARDING THEIR PALL AND WINTER SHOES. MEANWHILE IP YOU WANT SHOES DON'T FAIL TO SEE HENDRIX. JOE TAYLOR & H. RAIFORD Agents for Dick's Laundry "WE DO GENUINE FRENCH DRY CLEANING." DICKS LAUNDRY COMPANY GREENSBORO, N. O. F. B. Shackelford Co. SMART APPAREL FOR WOMEN AND MISSES COLLEGE GIRLS ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO OUR STORE, 10 PER CENT. ALLOWED ON PURCHASERS. THE STORE OF COURTEOUS ATTENTION. Guilford College YOUR OLD COLLEGE With its simplicity, thoroughness and no shams, becomes to-day OUR NEW COLLEGE With the growing opportunities and enlarged student body and teeming new life. OLD STUDENTS AND TEACHERS Have established precedents and seated an atmosphere into which NEW STUDENTS AND TEACHERS Enter and by which .they are guided and refreshed and to which they add their contributions towards perfection. OLD AND NEW We labor together and look forward to that perfect day for OUR GUILFORD. MID-YEAR EXAMINATION SCHEDULE. January 10-24, 1920. Monday 9 a. m.—College Algebra, Electric Waves, Chemistry IV, Chemistry 11, Education I (8:20 Section.) 1:30 p. m. ( Cicero, An cient History, Economics, Physics I, Latin V, Cookery I, Chemistry VI. Tuesday 9 a. m.—Plane Geome try, History 11, French 11, Sociology. 1:30 p. m., English I, Advanced Cookery, Psychology, Algebra A. Wednesday 9 a. m.—Chemistry I, Caesar, Calculus, English V, Harmo ny. 1:30 p. m., French I, Food In dustries, French 111, Descriptive Geometry, Physics 11, History of Music. Thursday 9 a. m.—French A, Di etetics, Biology ll.* 1:30 p. m. y Bi ology I, German A, English B, Livy, Analytics. Friday 9 a. m.—English 11, Eng lish C, English A, Biblical Litera ture. 1:30 p. m., History IV, Pri mary Latin, Preparatory Science, Latin Composition, Education I (11:20 Section.) Saturday 1 a. m.—Algebra B, Apostolic Age, Debates, German I, German 11, Greek I, Housework. THE GUILFORDIAN ELLIS-STONE & CO. Dry Goods, Ready-to-Wear. College Students Given Special Attention Use Your preference Buy Your Clothing and Furnishings from either one of our Stores Greensboro —Winston-Salem The same standard of quality in both. Special attention to college business FELDER-BRIGGS CO. "Pay Cash—Cash Pays!" Bijou, Isis & Victory Virginia-Carolina Amusement Co. Greensboro, N. C. COBLE & MEBANK We give Special Attention to College Footwear. U stand in them. We stand behind them. 220 South Elm St., Greensboro, N.C. DR. J. E. WYCHE DENTIST Gardner's Drug Store Office Phone 29. Residence 22. S. L. Gilmer & Company READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING SNAPPY STYLES FOR COLLEGE GIRLS. BANKING BY MAIL WITH Greensboro Loan&TrustCo. CAPITAL $227,000.00 RESOURCES OVER $2,000,000.00 Is Safe and Convenient. Accounts Invited. HARRELL'S CUTE PHOTO STUDIO Modern Photography Portraits in Black and White, White and Sepia Post Cards and Ping Pongs Expert Kodak Finishing 222 1-2 S. Elm St., Greensboro, N.C. THE QUALITY SHOP W. F. FRASER, Manager THE LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR STORE. 222 S. Elm St., Greensboro, N. C. Southern Real Estate Company GREENSBORO, N. C. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance We make a specialty of First Mort gage Real Estate Loans, 6 per cent, interest guaranteed. VV. E. Blair, Treas., H. L. Coble, Sec. S. Fuller Smith, Asst. Treas. T. D. Sharpe, A3st Sec'y. GREENSBORO BOOK CO. 214 S. Elm Street "Everything for the Office" New Fiction, School Supplies, Sta tionery Greensboro, N. C. Phone 589 HUNT BROTHERS PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating American Radiators & Ideal Boilers GREENSBORO, N. C. Sweater Coat and Athletic Goods of All Kinds. GET IT AT ODELL'S WHERE QUALITY TELLS. ODELL HARDWARE CO. GREENSBORO, N. C. Students and Teachers of Guilford College The New Footwear for men and young women is here. Our Shoes ure good and our prices are reason able. You are invited to come and see the new Fall styles. THACKER & BROCKMANN The Rhodes Clothing Co. 300 SOUTH ELM STREET Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx EVERYBODY KNOWS RHODES DEMANDS SATISFACTION THE RHODES CLOTHING CO.

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