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Tennis Gets Flying Start
Tennis got off to a good start at
the High School last week. Under
the supervision of Coach H. T. Lef-
ler, a tennis tournament for boys
was held, in which several promising
players made their appearance. From
all indications the boy’s team will be
fully as good as last year. It is to
borne in mind that last year’s team
was runner up for the High School
championship of the State. There are
at least half a dozen boys in the High
School who have a good assortment
of strokes and who play the court
In the tournament just held, Bill
Scott won first place. This victory
automatically made him captain for
the coming semester. Other boys
who made places on the team are:
Thomas King, Charles Causey and
Leonard Hole. The second, third and
fourth places have not yet been defin
itely decided. Several good players
are challenging the holders of these
positions for places on the team.
Frank Stone, Clarence Scott, Leonard
Temko, Clement Penn and Earl Bar
ger are the promising challengers.
The hoys who made a good showing
in the tournament, in addition to
those who made the team are: Clem
ent Penn, Leonard Temko, Dick Crab
tree, Earl Barger, Winfield Barney,
Howard Ryder, Jimmie McAlister and
several others. Most of the boys who i
entered the tournament have promise
of making good tennis players.
Twi matches have already been
scheduled for this fall. Guilford Col
lege will be played at Guilford on
Wednesday, October 4, and Burling- i
ton High School will be played in
Greensboro on Friday, October 13.
A match is also pending with Oak
Ridge, the State champions of last
year. It is not known definitely
where this match will be played.
The fall tournament does not de
termine next semester team, as an
other tournament will he played in
the spring. The spring tournament
will give unfortunates another chance
to wield their racquets in behalf of
Greensboro High School.
The Annual Staff held its first
meeting on Thursday, Sept. 28, to dis
cuss plans for the 1922-23 annual.
“Frenzied Finance’’ was the all en
grossing topic. ’The cost of the an
nual must he cut down to half what
it was last year,” says the Parent-
At the meeting of the association
on Wednesday, the annual was dis
cussed, and the parents declared that
it cost too much. Any deficiency in
the funds must be made up by the
seniors, and the parents bear the brunt
of this extra expense.
The staff discussed the matter
thoroughly and decided that plans
could not he completed until the
question of finance was settled.
Accordingly, a committee of three
was appointed to meet the Parent-
Teacher Association, on the follow
ing Thursday, and thrash out the mat
In spite of handicaps, however,
the staff feels that the senior cUiss,
with the cooperation of the student
body, can put out as good an annual
•as the one of last year.
A plan is to l)e worked out where
by the annual will he sold on the
small instalment plan, something
like our athletic association. The
plan will enable more students to
buy annuals, as thev can be sold at
a much lower rate.
Other plans, as yet not matured,
to raise money for the annual, prom
ise good returns.
English Council, New Idea.
May Prove a Good Thing
In Mr. Barton’s two English classes
a new plan is being tried out. In
each class, five pupils are elected hv
popular vote, to serve on an English
The purpose of this English coun
cil is to assist the teacher in his work,
and to put the teacher in touch with
the students and their wishes. A
further and most important purpose
is an endeavor to socialize the class;
or to make the class every one’s and
not his or her’s or the teacher’s class
The council meets about once a
week to solve the general problems.
At this meeting, a schedule of the
month’s \vork is made, also sugges
tions are made by the council for the
amount and the kind of work the
class as a whole desires.
As the plan is still in its infancy,
it is not yet definitely known whether
it will succeed. However, from all
indications, it is going to he a de-1
cided success and will bring the !
teachers and students closer togeth-1
er in their work. i
A. P. 0. Club Enjoys Swim^
Greensboro Worsted by
The pigskin warriors of GreenS'
boro High School and Sanford High
School met on the field at the old
ball park Saturday, Sept. 23, at 3:30
p. m. Although G. H. S. came out
at the small end of the 6-0 score,
she made a fine showing for the first
game of the season.
Adams starred for the locals in
his line-plunging while Frazier and
Holland gained most of the ground
Game by quarters:
Green kicked off for G. H. S. and
Sanford received the ball on Greens
boro’s 40 yerd line. Sanford held
for downs and attempts to punt was
broken up and Block fell on the hall.
Adams gained one yard on end run,
Harrison punted to Sanford’s 40 yd.
line and Sanford did not bring the
hall back hut three yards.
Sanford gained ten yards on a pass.
Greensboro held Sandford for downs
and the hall went over to Sanford’s
30 yard line. Wilkins gained three
yards through the line. Adams gain
ed twelve yards on an off tackle play.
Sanford was penalized fifteen yards
for holding. Sanford intercepted
a pass and ran fifty yards for a
touchdown. Sanford failed to make
an extra point.
Sanford kicked off and Green re
turned the hall to the middle of the
field. G. H. S. was penalized five
yards for holding. G. H. S. loses
ball on an incomplete pass after be
ing held for downs.
Sanford failed to make first down
and the hall goes over. G. H. S.
failed to make first down and Harri
son punted to Sanford’s 40 yard line
and the player was nailed in his
tracks. Sanford punted on faining
to make first down. Harrisin gained
five yards around end. Green made
first down and the whistle ended the
The line-up was as follows:
Greensboro, f^ellars, le;' McIn
tosh, It; Wrenn, Ig; Block, c; Hod-
gin. rg; Koenig, rt; Burroughs, re;
Adams, qb; Harrison, Ihh; Wilkins,
rhh: Green, (capt.) fh.
Sandford. Palmer, le; Palmer,
ff: Davis Ig; Cole It; Hines, c; Kel
ly, rg; Byerly, rt; Smith, re; Hol
la'd. leapt.) qh; Frazier, Ihh; Oli
ver. rhh; Cathell, fh.
Substitutes, Greensboro: Jackson
for Koenig; Williams for Burroughs.
Sanford: McCauley for Oliver.
McAlister, of Davidson was ref-
feree, Foust of Carolina was umpire,
Schenck of Davidson was head lines
man and Doak of Guilford was head
timekeeper. The time of periods was
twelve minutes. The attendance was
On Friday, September 22, Miss
Marjorie Blair gave a swimming par
ty for the A. P. 0. club and a few
others. The guests met at Miss
Blair’s home and went together to the
Y. W. C. A. for the swim. When they
returned, games were played, and
Misses Evelyn Trogdon and Virginia
Schenck were given prizes for win
ning a contest. Last, hut far from
least, of the evening’s entertainment,
was ct delightful two-course buffet
supper, after which the guests depart
ed. Those invited to enjoy Miss
Blair’s hospitality were Misses Re
becca Oghurn, Elizabeth Transou,
Nancy Little, Emelia Sternherger,
Elizabeth Simpson, Evelyn Trogdon,
Marjorie Cartland, Katherine Greg
ory, Louise Smith, Eleanor Barton,
Margaret Patterson and Charlotte
Election of Science Club
Officers In A-2
In the General Science Club in
room A-2, the election for class offi
cers was held Friday afternoon. The
voting was very lively and there were
several close places where the the
successful candidates won by nar
The ^successful candidates were:
president, Clarence Scott; vice-presi
dent, Richard Wilkins; secretary,
Edwin Lashley; treasurer, Bill Fife;
chairman of the program committee,
Fred Eichorn; sergeant-at-arms,
The chairman of the program com
mittee will have as his assistants:
George Donovant, Robert Blair, Eld-
ridge Smith, and Glenn Holder, who
were appointed by the president.
Swimming Meet at Y. W.
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onds; Simpson second, 12 seconds;
Denny third, 14 seconds;.
Swimming for form, side under
arm, Barton first, McClamroch sec
ond; Dobson, third; side over-arm, |
McClamroch, first; Blair, second;
Simpson third; Old English over-arm,:
McCIamrocli first, Blair second, Simp
son third: crawl, Dobson, first, Blair
second; Simpson, third; trudgeon,
Dobson, first, Simpson, second, Mc
Clamroch, third; straight dive, Blair
first, Barton, Dobson and Simpson,
tie second; McClamroch,third; run-'
ning dive, Dobson, first, Schiffman:
second. Barton, third; back dive, Dob
son, first, Simpson, second. Barton,
third; side dive, Simpson, first, Troy
and Dobson, tie second, Schiffman,
third; in first optional, Simpson, with
a jack-knife, first, Dobson, wJth a
cannonball and Barton with a jack
knife, tie second, Blair, third, with a
flying mercury; second optional, Dob
son, with a swan dive, first, Simpson,
with a dolphin, second, and Barton
with a dolphin, second.
Commercial Dept. Offers
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City of New York, under Harold H. i
Smith, who has a record of 122 net |
words per minute on the typewriter. |
At the same time she was a member j
of the Greeg Shorthand Association, j
whose monthly meetings at the Ho- ■
tel Pennsyivtania in New York are |
under the tutelage of Mr. John Rob-1
ert Gregg, the writer of the Gregg I
system of shorthand taught in the!
High School here. Mr. T. K. Mu-'
sick, M. A., was educated at Lynch
burg College, University of Virginia
and National Institute of New York. *
He has had experience as principal
of public high schools, teacher in 1
colleges and official of private edu- j
cational institutions. He has trained
several hundrjed business .students,
coached successful! candidates for
C. P. A. examinations and holds in
manuscript original treatises on com
The pupils of this department feel
very fortunate in having such in
structors as Miss Scott and Mr. Mu-
sick, They are sure that they will
turn out better work since they have
teachers with such broad experience
and who are so well fitted for their
In order to attain to these desired
ends, every student in the department
must give his or her undivided co
Faculty Comes From Many
(Continued from page 1) i
Ga.; Miss Maude Harris, Emory Un-!
iversity; Miss Evelyn Martin, Ga. j
Normal and Industrial College; Miss'
Lucile Mercer, George Peabody Col
lege; Miss Mary Morrow, Marenzo
Mis Flora G. Detwiler^ U. of Pitts-1
burgh; Miss Helen Robbins, U. of'
Miss Nita Gressitt, Woman’s Col- j
lege of Richmond; Miss Grace
Hornsherger, Randolph-Macoii; Mr.!
T. K. Musick, National Institute; '
Miss Ruby K. Wine, Randolph- Ma
Miss Maude Adams, U. of Iowa, j
From Wisconsin: i
Miss Dolores Richards, U. of Wis. j
From New York: i
Miss Ethel Roach, Allegheny Col-.
From New Jersey: '
Miss Mable Scott, College of City
of N. Y. i
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