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Fi.rv'T’.G'.HS M/'iKE FTJE STP.\IG!7n
A dei?dorant is a substance intended
to countei'—ac'J'' or take away odors.
aviaeioce ot o.oi.rt SMprev^:cy
:>r7, "ihe "panTher (ju^ivernruc,"
d it's inlierfd-sreu rec.'rc;. It
ae at*-ack before Chr’.staias with
;eb to thlrtp-iive victory
over Hawkins High School of WaiTont'n
on the home court. Then hegiiring the
New Year right, the "Panther-::'' joxrneyed
to Warrent^jn and again nverpovrers--d the
’^Blue and V/hite" fifty to nineteen.
Returning Home, the "Panthers" played
host to "i>4ary Patter Acadeiay", and
ariTiihilated them by the score of fifty
four to fifteen. Then the "Panther"
fdo^'s "se Coderand th'
rb.i* ovi.Oxa to re n,o-iab''.v, u;
fac.^o'^3' cne?^ If they d. ■
ski'n oi' olc'thin^;,> If +oo
irritate the ckirij
troubled by perspirations
'crnxt and there is no
x6 of ca*'is-'
not ,.nf:-ct th'
sore .p) nh.ey
Persons who have thin and tender
sho’.ald be caneful .'.n select: ng
cosmetics fer some preparaiic.ns
erntaia chemicaxs that are very
irritating to the skin,,
The best security of healthy skin
o obs“v\ve and carry out healthy
XU'-LX IjKJ XO.X XilC^Xi i cl.*011CX .'‘VV^ 1 - -i -i > ,1.1 i •
quintet, with a large student body follc\virig^//'-5jilJ“'’vy.^^°^ xceep he s in
journeyed to Oxford, There they reached ''-►t'r''
the "zenith"of their scoring power this
year, by blasting into oblivion the "Rams"
five, by score of sixty-seven to twenty-
six, Highlights of the game v;ere the
speed and coolness of the "Panthers",
and the accurate shootirig of R. }’,ill
who made twenty-six points. On
Monday Might, the "Panthers" were
ir.vaded by the 'HVrmy Training
Gunter fr^m (janro Butner", Playing L "^'
before a capaci.ty crowd, the
"Panthers" were slow Oo get start-7^. i
ed and at the half led by the ? }
scire of thirteen to four.
-^he. skin as you know is outside
‘covering of the body. It is one
/ of the very important organs of the
• ?body. It is one of the organs that
yt has a great deal of work to do,
besides contrii3uting to ones pers^'n-
bnirueen uo lour, ‘-iiy pp- k !
Tl'isy came back ip the second
ha]f after having been "Spark-j f'--
ed''by the gallant playing of \ ^
G. Harmon and Vi T. Dav:l.s in # i/ \yJ[,
the first half, wi^h deadly
accurate passing of "Red"
Moore and "Chuck" Epps
coupled t« the devastating
shooting of "Duke" Harmon,
"Rip"Hill, and Jack Thrower
the "Pantherc" left no d#ul^
in the minds of the spec f
to the outcome of the (.
Tr.e doilrers put on a show near the end
oj the j c’lrth quarter, but it was to
little a\i.il, as "Henders'Cn" easily
The inner part of the skin, with
its areas of fat, act as a buffer,
against p].owe, somewhat as a
_ 3uraper dses on an automobile,
^■bl^'The outer layer of the skin serves
V a special protective purpose. This
skin contains nerve ending for
lr\ different kind df sensations.
Perspiration or R t is a
secretation that is made in
gltinds of the skin. It is
constantly coming to the outer
surface'O of the skin and eyaporates^
though we may not feel any moisture rn
remained undefeated, winning forty Wo t® . . , , .
twen‘‘:y-four. High scorers were R,, H:'.U Some people have thin tender skin, o ers
and D. Harmon, with fourteen pcints each; tough skin, ufost of have skin
H. Wilson, formerly of Virginia State be classified between those
College, was runnerup with twelve points ^'''^° extremes. The condition of ones
for the soldiers. This failure to score skin should be considered in selec ing
fifty-five points, dropped the "Fanuhers" aoap for personal use,
average per game to fifty-four peinus.
i4ich of the waste matter that comes out
through the skin, aside from water, is
in the form of fa-ety material. Soap
helps to remove this v/aste iiiaterial
HOW TO :AKE FRIENDS
having scored tvro hundred and seventy
points against one hundred and nineteen
points for their opponents in five games,
Other foes to raeut in the future w'ill be
BOOKFJl T. yJaSHINGTON OF NORFOLK, BOOKER
T. v.i\shINGTON of ROCKY iCUNT, CAiiP PICKETT
AND OXFORD FACULTY.
"If you would have friends, you must
)( show yourself friendly". Very few people
' are able to resist the steady shine of
THE SKIN AND HOW TO CARE FOR IT-Lewis Greefigiendliness,. By and by they will unbeinl
If they do not, you ha-'’-e
A good soap should be well made fix>m
clean fresh fats; should be free from an
excess of alkaline or coconut oil, not
adultered with rosen and should lather
freely. It is wise to avoid medicated
soap, cheap common sopps and freak s»ap.
and like you,
not lost any thing and the effect you
have put forth has done you good. If
anyone you have to do business with is
grumpy, fault-finding, jealous, suspiciou,
or sarcastic, do not let that person
induce you to imitate him.