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Biggest Show of The Year
April 2 has been chosen as the
date for the Negro Minstrel, to be
given by the Athletic Association.
The annual display of local talent
promises to be above the average in
quality. Regular rehearsals of the
musical numbers have been going on
for over two weeks. It is believed
that with the two remaining weeks
of practice the soloists, quartetts
and choruses will be able to render
several of the latest song hits and
some old time harmonies with pep.
The end men promise us some re
liable information about local affairs.
There will also be "warm coons
prancing, and swell coons dancing"
for darktown will certainly be out
All those wishing reserved seats
should write H. G. Mcßane. Reserv
ed seats will be sold for 75 cents
and SI.OO. There may be a very lim
ited number of rash seats at 50 cents.
"THE MEASURE OF A MAN"
The announcement that A. I. New
lin was eo lead the meeting brought
a full attendance to the Y. M. C. A.
hall Thursday night. Those who at
tended were not disappointed, for
they received one of the best talks
that has been given this year.
The central theme of the talk was,
"The measure of a man." The scrip
ture reading was the first verse of
the eighteenth chapter of Matthew.
As an introduction he used a quo
tation from Emerson which says, we
take the measure of a man the first
time we see him and every time we
come in contact with him. To this
lie added that we are not always able
to judge accurately. We may be able
to say which football man is the best
backfield man, or the best line man,
but we cannot say which of the two
is the better foot-ball player. We
may be able to say who sings tenor
or bass best in the chorus but to say
with any degree of accuracy who is
the best singer would be almost im
possible. He then brought the sub
ject to a more personal point of view
and said, "if in gazing in a mirror
we could see behind the periphery ot
cur countenance a word of self-con
demnation would rise to our lips."
But though this hidden thing may
exist we have this reassuring state
ment from Mr. Wilson, "A man is
the part he plays among his fellows."
When a man approaches the end of
his life and looks back over the past
years, the thought that he has played
the part of a man is far more satis
fying than anything which he could
Then as a fitting close to his talk,
Algie quoted that well known poem,
"If" by Kipling that ends—
"lf you can fil the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of dis
Yours is the Earth and everything
that's in it,
And—which is more—you'll be a
Man, my son!"
GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C., MARCH 23, 1921
Juniors Win Over Preps in Final
On Saturday evening. March 19, the
final game of the girls' inter-class
basket-ball series was played between
the Preparatory and Junior teams.
The game was characterized by ex
cellent team work.
The Preps were in the lead through
the entire game until in the last few
minutes when the Juniors outclass
ed them mainly by strength.
Much enthusiasm was manifested
in all the preliminary games. Each
final game being played by the teani3
which succeeded in winning the high
est percentage in scores and in num
ber of games won.
The highest percentage was won
by the preparatory team, which won
every game. The Sophomore team
lost to the Juniors only on a very
close margin, due to the fact perhaps
that one of their players was taken
sick and the team was weakened.
However they were in the lead in
percentage until the last preliminary
The Senior team was successful
in winning over the Freshmen, al-
I'se Gwine ter Meet Yo' at
der Minstrel, April 2nd.
though their team had very little ex
perience in playing basket ball.
The Freshman team succeeded in
winning over the Sophomores.
The preliminaries were played as
Juniors-Sophomores Score 19-1-5
Senors-Preps " 8-37
Sophomore-Seniors " 4 0-2
Junior-Preps " 14-22
Sophomores-Ffeshmen " 14-20
Junior-Fresmen " 18-5
Senior-Freshmen " 22-11
Juniors-Senioi's " 30-15
Freshmen-Preps " 10-37
Sophomore-Preps " 14-21
Line Up ,
Edna Raiford r.f. lone Lowe
Ruth Outland l.f. Evelyn Keeter
Esther White cFrances Gardner
Mariana White c Sara Hodges
Eurie Teague r.g. Ruth Hodges
Louise Winchester l.g. Edna BEEN
Isabell Pancoast substituted last
half for Eurie Teague who had re
ceived a slight injury during the
Referee, Miss Crabb.
This final game ends the basket
ball season for this year, with the
most successful record in the his
tory of girls' athletics. About eighty
girls have regularly attended the
Base ball practice will begin this
week and prospects are bright for
much interest and enthusiasm for
the spring. A tennis tournament will
also begin this week. All the girls
are taking an active interest in some
DARKTOWN GOES WILD
Base Ball Season
Opens With Trinity
Easter Monday Game With Elon In
The base ball season opens for
Guilford March 25, when the Crim
son and Gray squad journeys to Dur
ham to battle with the Trinity nine.
This game is followed by the annual
Easter Monday game with Elon in
Greensboro, March 28. The latter
game will be the first opportunity
for Guilford students to see iheir
1921 aggregation of horse-hide ex
perts in action. Of the old players,
Jim Newlin, Goat Cummings, J. G.
Frazier, and J. C. Newlin will be
at their accustomed spots. Much con
fidence is shown in the new recruits
which Coach Doak is drilling :n the
use of the willow and the flying piil.
Steady practice hns been maintain
ed since March fir it and the entire
team will be in the best of condition
for the opening games.
Herman Shore will probably occupy
the mound for the Quakers in the
game with Trinity, with Hayvorth
receiving. Shore is remembered by
all Guilfordians for his work on last
year's twirling staff, while Hayworth
although a new man comes with a
good record in amateur and high
The infield will be picked from the
following men: J. G. Frazier, An
drews, Wynn, J. W. Frazier, Stout,
A. I. Newlin and Maeon, while those
in line for out-field positions are
Cummings, J. C. Newlin, Kinney,
Tate, and Clyde Shore.
The Annual Coon Jubilee
THE ZATASIANS ENTERTAIN
THEIR SISTER PHILO
Irish Program Given
The Philcmathean society met at
the usual time on Friday evening.
The following officers wer installed:
President, Grace Stone
Secretary. Edna Raiford
Marshal, Lloyd Merrimon
In answer to the knock on the door
an invitation to be present at the
regular meeting of the Zatasian So
ciety was received.
Having accepted the invitation,
the society adjourned to meet with
the Zatasians. ,
The program was in keeping with
the time of year and was as follows:
1. Legend of St. Patrick, Florence
2. Reading Hattie Poindexter
3. Solo, "Wearing the Green," Mar
4. Conditions in Ireland Today, Hazel
5. "Faith an' Be Gorry" Eva Holder
6. Piano solo, "To a Wild Rose"
Alta Rush ,
Miss Martin related many of the
stories and traditions which connect
ed the patron saint so closely to the
history of Ireland.
A splendid interpretation was giv
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The Young Women's
Professor Dann Speaks
The Young Women's Christian As
sociation was very glad to have as
leader last Thursday evening, Pro
fessor Dann, who gave a very help
ful and inspiring talk on following
Christ through the church.
This message made each girl see
more clearly the necessity of becom
ing a church member, and working
for Christ through this organization.
Mr. Dann first gave the relation of
Christ and the Bible characters to
the church. We find Jesus while very
young going to the temple and syna
gogue. At this time he was recogniz
ed only as a conforming citizen but
after his relation with John the Bap
tist it dawned upon him that he had
a work to do. Jesus met with defi
nite opposition in the synagogue.
The experience of Paul was practi
cally the same as that of Jesus. Both
were loyal and faithful attenders of
the synagogue. But as soon as he
got the new vision his attitude to
ward the synagogue changed. Many
of our reformers such as, Wesley,
Fox, Erasmus and others, have had
worth not recognized until after
The Church must not be accepted
on it's face value, nor because of it's
custome. Our life should not be
moulded by the church but rather the
church should be moulded by our
lives. If we allow the organization
to push the people instead of the peo
ple pushing the organization we will
go backward instead of forward. The
church is needing us and we must
not stay outside because the whole of
organized Christianity is not what
the founders intended it to be or
what we would like for it to be. Some
people feel that they can stay. out
side the Church and live aChristian
life. However they are robbing them
side the Church and live a Christian
must come from the Church.
On the other hand there are many
people in the Church who have ac
cepted it and are trying to be a part
of it rather than Christ. To get what
Paul and Jesus got, do not accept
the Church as it is mapped out, but
have a keen spirit that sees into the
Beyond. It is necessary to become a
part of the organization which is
pushing toward the mark of the
highest calling, Jesus Christ.
MINSTREL, APRIL 2nd
WALLACE REID IN "WHAT'S
Movie Attraction For The Past Week
On Saturday evening, March 19,
quite a large crowd witnessed the
movie, "What's Your Hurry," featur
ing Wallace Reid. The story was one
of love, daring and devotion to busi
ness, and drew quite a number of
ccmpliments from the audience. In
structive scenes of th Philippines
were also shown.
Between the reels the audience was
entertained by piano selections by
Misses Florence Martin and Ruth