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The Lexhipep. volume (None) 1922-19??, March 06, 1925, Image 1

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HE LeXHIPEP Published by the Students of Lexington High School No. 9 SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS “HIGH LIGHTS OF 1925” First Production Promises to be a Success—Takes Place Tonight For the past three weeks, the Sen ior Class has been concentrating its interest and energy on the initial pro duction of the Senior Dramatic Club. “High Lights of 1925,” as this clever production is called is to be the great est hit of the High School season. Under the able direction of Dick Walser, the President of the Dramatic Club, the actors have practiced day and night and have given up all out side engagements until after the per formance comes off. Just come and see Bob Raker, Gone Young, Roscoe Farabee, and Bufort Miller in a com edy stunt. Isn’t that a perfect com bination? Mysterious magicians will ])ull labbits out of books and make omelets in old gentlemen’s hats. Snap py chorus girls will sing and dance and flirt with you. Lovely dream girls will step out of a picture for your entertainment. No one, espe cially the students of L. H. S., can aLord to miss this show. Remember! When? March 6th at 8 o’clock. Where U. H. S. Auditorium. How Much? 25c for school children. 35c for all others. The Seniors are trying some thing absolutely new in L. H. S. They need and want your support. Come out and help them make their show a success. Davidson Glee Club We wish' to call the attention of the readers of the “Lexhipep” to the concert which is to be ^iven by the Davidson College Glee Club at the Lexington Theatre March 11th. Lovers of popular music have a treat in store when R. E. Wilson sings such num bers as “All Alone,” “Somebody Loves Me,” “I Wonder What Became of Sally” etc. accompanied by W. K Russell at the piano. “Kabe” Rus sell recently played with Naylors Seven Aces and delights all his audi ences with the excellent renditions of modern music. The leader of the jazz orchestra—“Tootle” Clayton— was for some time a member of Paul Spectchs Carolina Club Orchestra. The remaining five members of the orchestra are finished musicians. This organization features such num bers as “San,” “Too Tired,” “Prince of Wails,” etc. Besides the jazz orchestra the club includes a chorus of twenty-eight men, two excellent quartets—the Wildcat Four and the K. K. Kuartet , a symphony orchestra of twelve pieces a string quartet, “dark” duets by the Kiser Twins, who also play banjo and guitar, and a “knock-out” block-face comedian. Two hours of solid fun is what we prorojise. Ad- mbssion for students, 50c. Tickets on sale by members of Senior and Junior Chistian Endeavor Societies and at all drug stores. Don’t miss this treat. GIRLS BASKET-BALL TEAM WINS UURELS Victors in Three Out of Four Games on Eastern Trip CIIAIHIL EXERCISES Our chapel exercises for the two weeks have been a great im provement over wh,at they formerly were. We enjoy having good speak ers on each chapel day. and like the variety afforded. Last week our chapel were conducted by Rev. N. G. Bethea, of State Street Protestant church. Dr. Leonard of First Reformed church, and ,1. T. Hedrick, a prominent busl- nes.s man of Lexington. We the L. H. S. Basket Ball girls, wish to thank each and every man in Lexington who rendered us any fin ancial aid for our basket-ball trip. It seemed that every cent was given willingly and cheerfully. We appre ciate this very much and want to as sure you that you have our most profound gratitude. If at any time you want anything done, which, we can do, or help do, please call on us. We tried, while we were away, to hold up the name of Lexington in every way. and feel that our trip was made possible by your aid. The Girl’s Basket-Ball Team left Lexington Tuesday morning for a’ five days trip to eastern North Caro- lina. We spent most of the morning in Greensboro, and in the afternoon we played our first game against Gibsonville. We won this 33-16. That night we spent in Durham at the Hotel Malbourne. The next dax which was Wednesday, we W’ent to Raleigh where we stayed at the “Sir Walter” for the remainder of the trip. That afternoon we played Carey and won, 3 9-11. Thursday morning we visited the State peniten- tiarj’, seeing the electric chair and other things of interest. That night we rode out to Wake Forest and played them, which game we won by a score of 51-7. In this game, the team as ‘a whole seemed to play its snappiest gam-e of the season. Fri day morning we made a visit to Dix Hill Insane Asylum, which some of us enjoyed very much, although a few were taken for some of the in mates’ long lost daughters. Friday afternoon we met our only defeat at the hands of Peace, 18-21. Although we were beaten, it is something to say that it took a college to accom plish this defeat. Saturday we went to the “Blind InsUtute,” and also to the Senate, where we sat in the Sen ate seats. We. left Raleigh Satur day afternoon, arriving home that night. Both ways of the trip were made by bus. As a whole we con sidered It a very profitable trip to end our basket-ball season with. This season out of fourteen games played we have lost only two, one to Trinity by one point, and the other to Peace Institute, Tonight—High School Auditorium “HIGH LIGHTS OF 1925.”

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