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GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C.
Algie I. IS'ewlin Editor-in-Chief
Gladstone Hodgin Business Mgr.
Edna Raiford Secretary
Mark Balderston....faculty Advisor
Mark C. Mills Faculty Advisor
L. L. White Alumni Editor
Eurie Teague ,
Robert C. Bulla
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The Scripture text, "Many were
called but few were chosen, has re
cently been interpreted as applying
to the passing grade students of the
past battle for honors in scholarship.
The next battle is with A & E
Every student has a part in the con
"The entire object of true educa
tion "is to make people not merely
do the right things,—but enjoy the
right things—not merely industrious,
butj to love industry—not merely
learned, but to love knowledge—not
merely pure, but to love purity—not
merely just, but to hunger and
thirst after justice."
The girls have far surpassed the
boys in organized yelling at the two
basket ball games that have been
held on the college court. The rea
son which can be given to account
for this extraordinary performance
is that the girls have nearly all had
their hair cut.
A new barber shop has recently
been opened up on the campus
with Miss Mary Dixon as proprietor.
Only ladies are admitted into the
shop, but even with this limitation
the shop has been an active and
Begin making preparation to at
tend the "black face shows." The
minstrel will be given some time in
One-seventh of the students in the
university of France are from other
THE HONOR SYSTEM
Examinations nearly always bring
up the question of student honor.
Though the entire week of exami
nations may not be marked by any
thing that would brand the students
as subjects unable to conti'ol them
selves or prove that the faculty is
unable to keep down all that is not
strictly in keeping with the highest
standard of student honor, yet the
question will come to the front at
this period of the year.
The question has come up in many
schools. During the past few weeks
the honor system has been adopted
by the Military Department of the
Colorado Agricultural College, by
Gustavus Adolphus College and by
Valpariso University. The question
of the honor system is being consid
ered by Coe College, Bethany Col
lege, Michigan University and by the
Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechan
These are not North Carolina
schools but they are American
schools, and the adoption of any sy
stem that is a benefit to American
pupils and American colleges in one
part of our nation is worth consid
ering in another. The honor system
has been in operation in North Car
olina for a number of years—Since
it has proved so satisfactory in the
places that have given it a fair trial,
students of other colleges should
give the question some considera
CAOCH DOAK'S PROTEGES
The defeat that the Guilford bas
ket ball team suffered last Saturday
night was not as stinging to the
Guilford students as it might have
been had it been handed us by some
other club. Three members of the
Winston squad are old Guilford play
ers, and every member of the visit
ing squad has received coaching
from Bob Doak. Charles F. Benbow,
and Benhow Jones are Guilford grad
uates. C. F. Benbow was a member
of the famous Championship team of
1910-'ll and 1911-T2. Benbow Jones
'lB played for four years on the
Guilford team, and "Gladdy" Groome
played center for Guilford through
The other members of the Winston
Club received their training under
Coach Doak at Trinity College.
SENIOR BOYS GUESTS OF NEW
GIRLS AT DINNER
Few sights are more rare at Guil
ford than that of college boys tak
ing dinner in the New Garden Din
ing Hall. The Cox Hall Seniors were
permitted to enter this hall of fair
damsels last Sunday, January 23rd,
as the guests of their sister class
mates of New Garden Hall. Every
boy present was greatly elated over
the opportunity to dine surrounded
by so many ladies. Both the dinner
and social hour that followed were
a great treat to the boys. The mem
bers of the senior class who live in
New Garden Hall are; Misses Myrtle
Cox, Madge Coble, Dovie Hayworth
Florence Martin and Okie Raiford.
In Japan only one-person in 6,700
ever attends a school of college or
Pennsylvania has more higher in
stitutions of learning than any other
state i?i the Union, 67 being located
in the Keystone state. In order
follow Illinois —59, New York—s4,
Ohio—s3, and Missouri —41.—Ex.
THE GUILFORD IAN
J. M. HENDRIX & CO.
THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES
Greenrboro, N. C.
COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR LINE OF FINE SHOES FOR
FALL AND WINTER. YOU'LL FIND NO BETTER
LOOKING AND MORE DURABLE IN THE
CITY OF GREENSBORO
It will always pay you to see Hendrix when in need of shoes
Vanstory's For clothes
Greensboro, North Carolina
Home of Kuppenheimer & Strauss
Clothing; Florsheim and Crossett
Shoes; the New Sure Fit Cap
308 S. Elm St. Phone 566
FOR AUTO SERVICE
Day or Night
See or Call
LEE S. SMITH
Guilford' College, N. C.
GREENSBORO MUSIC CO.
PIANOS, VICTROLAS, RECORDS
W. I. ANDERSON & CO.
NORTH CAROLINA'S LARGEST
DEALERS IN FRUITS
Wholesale only. Greensboro, N. C.
SPAULDING'S SPORTING GOODS
Are Standard the World Over
You can get what you want from
our large stock
WILLS BOOK & STATIONERY CO.
Greensboro. - - North Carolina
THE BIJOU CAFE
202 South Elm St
Open day and night Phone 2100
When in Greensboro visit us. We
serve the best the market affords
HUNGRY GIRLS AND BOYS
Use B. & B. Kisses
Rich in food value
GATE CITY CANDY CO.
REAVES'EYE, EAR, NOSE AND
W P. REAVES. M. D C. R. REAVES M. D
R G REAVES. M. D.
GREENSBORO. N. C.
DR. J. S. BETTS
OVER GREENSBORO DRUG CO.
BEST SODAS BLOCK S DELICIOUS CAND
EASTMAN KODAK AND SUPPLIES
FILMS PROMPTLY DEVELOPED
MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY
FARRIS-KLUTZ DRUG CO
GREENSBORO DRUG CO.
CORNER EIM AND WEST MARKET STREETS
January 26, 1921
THE YOUNG MAN'S SHOP
Fashion Park Clothes for Young
Men who Care
Latest Hats, Best Shoes
Donnell & Medearis, Inc.
Opposite Post Office
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
J. W. SCOTT & CO.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Goods Sold to Merchants Only
W. F. HAYWORTH
"Snappy gifts for eery occasion"
105 West Market St. Greettsbor*
THE HENNESSEE GAFE
C. C. Shoffner, Prop.
THE HOME OF GOOD COOKING
We have a rest room furnished ex
clusively for ladies. You are
always welcome to our Cafe
J. C. OLIVE
Wholesale and Retail
MEAT, FISH AND OYSTERS
Phone 713 Stall No. 1
Greensboro City Market Building
IRVIN SHOE CO.
114 W. MARKET ST
SHOES FOR COLLEGE GIRLS
THE POPULAR JEWELER
Invites you to his store when in
BEST STOCK OF WATCHES, JEW
BEST STOCK OF WATCHES, JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, DIAMONDS
FIRST CLASS REPAIR SHOP.
MEDALS AND GLASS PINS
MADE TO ORDER IN SHOP.
GREENSBORO, N. C.