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Friday, May 21, 1926
Winston Winner In Annual
Meet“Greensboro Is Third
Bill Homey and Fort, of Char
lotte, Set New State Marks.
SEVEN SCHOOLS ENTER MEET
Winston Runs Up 371/2 Points, Char
lotte 36/2 and Greensboro 13—Phoe
nix and Homey Place First.
In a meet held at the Greensboro fair
grounds on Tuesday, May IS, at 2:30
p.in., and in which seven schools entered,
the Winston-Salem team took off first
honors by acquiring ST/a points. Char
lotte followed a close second with 86/3
while Greensboro amassed 13 points to
win third position.
Bill Homey, local runner, set a new
record for the 880 yards, running the
distance in 2 minutes 3.3 seconds and
breaking hi sows state mark of 2 min
utes 6.8 seconds. A new record of 3
inutes, 39.4 seconds for the mile relay
was set up by the Winston-Salem team.
Fort of Charlotte covered a distance of
21 feet .1 inch to make a new state rec
ord for the running broad jump. The
jdacing in the events was as follows:
120 low hurdles—Fort (Charlotte),
first, Glascock (Greensboro), second, Mil-
stead (Charlotte) third; time 15 sec.
140 yard dash—Embler (W^inston)
first, Follin (Mdnston) second, M^oodside
(Charlotte) third. Time 55.4 sec.
220 yard dash—Isen (Charlotte) first,
Jordan (Winston) second, Floyd (Char
lotte) third. Time 23 sec.
880 yard run—Homey (Greensboro)
first, M'inecoft' (Winston) second, Poley
(Winston) third. 'J'ime 2 minutes 3.3
seconds (new state record).
Mile run—Phoenix (Greensboro) first,
Arnold (Greensboro) second, Montgom
ery (High Point) third. Time 4 min.
100 yard dash—Isen (Charlotte) first,
Jordan (Winston) second. Miller (Char
lotte) third. Time 10.4 sec.
Mile relay race--Winslon Salem first,
Charlotte second, Greensboro third. Time
3 min. 39.1 sec. (new state record).
12 lb. shot put—Brewer (Winston)
first, Floyd (Salisbury) second, Pickard
(Charlotte) third. Distance 41 ft. 2^/4 in.
Running broad jump—F'ort (Char
lotte) first; FToyd (Salisbury) second;
Cook (Charlotte) third; distance, 21
feet 1-10 inch. (New State record.)
High juni])—Cook (Charlotte) first;
Brewer (Winston) second; Tyree (Char
lotte) third; height, 5.27 feet.
Discus throw—Brewer (Winston)
first; May (Winston) second; Glascock
(Greensboro) third; distance, 103.2 feet.
Javelin throw—Raper (High Point)
first; Brewer (Winston) second; Harris
(Thomasville) third; distance, 148.43
Pole vault—Neiman (Charlotte) first;
Harris ('Thomasville) second; Houston
(Charlotte) and Blackwood (Winston)
tie for third place; height, 10 feet 4 in.
One mile bicycle race (local entries
only)—Fred Jones, first; Paul lines,
second; Fred Brown, third; time, 3
minutes 14 seconds.
Pony race (local entries only) boys—
Vernon Spencer, first; Region Dees, sec
ond; Ed. Hartsook, third. Girls: Doug
las Long, first; Va. Wade, second; Sara
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Wyrick . _
Brewer __ _ _
TEAM FROM G.H.S.
Winston-Salem Score 40 Points
Against 23 for Greensboro.
HAIJCK STAR OF LOCALS
Girls Graduating Will Cripple
Next Year Teams—Few
Leaders Will Be Left.
Girls Aleet At Dunlap Springs—
Decide to Make Picnic
Twin City Maidens Take Five First
Places and Locals Two—Eight
Make Up Greensboro Team.
The girl’s swimming team went to
Winston-Salem Friday, May 12, for the
preliminary swimming meet between
Winston and Greensboro. The Winston
girls won the meet, having a total of
40 points to Greensboro’s 23 points. Five
points were awarded for first places, 3
points for second places and 1 point
for third places. Lillian Hauck was
high scored for Greensboro, winning
a total of 14 points. The events were
Sad but true G. H. S. is having to
say goodbye to a large number of her
good athletes. Marguerite Harrison, the
noted guard, is among them. Marguerite
is a fine worker on the track field, and
in swimming she is like a duck.
To I.ola Michaux the Mother Goose
rhyme may be applied. Jack be nimble.
Jack be qiuck. Jack jump over the
candlestick.” ‘T.ola be nimble, Lola be
quick; I.ola jump around the court and
GOOD TEAMS FOR
Substitutes and Under-Class
men to Compose Next
TENNIS TEAM IS SAME
Six Football Regulars Graduate—
Track Team Loses Three—Few on
Basketball Team to Return.
SPRING SENIORS GIVEN
The seniors graduating this spring, are
now taking intelligence tests, to find out
what standards to set up in the future.
The 'Fhorndike practice intelligence test
is being used; this has been tried out
in thousands of other schools throughout
the country. 'I'his test does not have
any thing to do with whether or not
the student graduates or enters colleges.
When the results of these tests are
finished; it will be known what to stress
in the future and also what standards
our high school measures up to.
'I'he Girls’ Monogram Clubs from
Greensboro and Winston-Salem met at
D^inla]) Springs Wednesday, May 12,
tor a picnic. 'Hie girls arrived at Dun-
laj) about six o’clock. 'I'hey assembled
in the pavillion where they danced the
square dance and sang songs.
Flach giri took her own lunch and a
regular picnic supper was served. The
“preparers” of the supper had a hard
time kee]iing the eager girls back long
enough .to get things in order, and the
girls made a mad rush for the lunches
when Aurelia Plumley, President of the
Girls’ Athletic Association from Wins
ton, and Marguerite Harrison, President
of the Greensboro Girls’ Atheltic Asso
ciation, called the girls to su^Yper.
Winston-Salem has twenty-five letter
girls, and Greensboro has twenty-two.
Four members of the Winston faculty
were present at the picnic and five mem
bers of the Greensboro faculty were
'I'hose present from Greensboro were
Mary 'I’illey, Josejihine Abernathy, Dor
othy I.ea, Margaret Crews, Lola Mi
chaux, Jane Harris, Elizabeth Crews,
Mettaweah Floffman, Miss Nellie Dry,
Miss Ika Belle Moore, Miss Josephine
Causey, Miss Nina Cooper, Miss Lily
Walker, Sadie Clement, Mary I.yon,
Mary McCollum, Hazel Brown, Mar
guerite Harrison and Virginia Doug
The two monogram clubs decided to
make the picnic an annual affair.
20 yard dash—Winston first and sec
ond, Abernathy (G) third.
40 yard dash—Winston first, Hauck
(G) second, Lipscomh (G) third.
60 yard dash—Hauck (G) first, Win
ston second, Abernathy (G) third.
20 yard breast stroke—Hauck (G)
first, Winston second, Harrison (G)
Diving—Winston first and second,
Lipscomb (G) third.
Plunge for distance—Winston first,
Harrison (G) second, Abernathy (G)
'I’he Greensboro team is made up of
Lillian Hauck, .losephine Abernathy,
Rachael I.ipscomh, Sadie Clement, Ma
rian Curtis, Ruth Barton, Mary Rober
son, and Marguerite Harrison.
TO SCOUTS JUNE 14
GIRLS CAMP TO BE NEAR
PISGAH THIS SUMMER
Cross Word Puzzle Fiend—“Give me
a word with a million letters in it.”
Another C. W. P. F.—“Postoffice.”
Camp Swannanoa, Ridgecrest, North
Carolina, a camp for girls, will be open
from July 7 to August 31. For further
information about this camp see Miss
Frances Elder, 805 Fifth xVve., Greens
boro, N. C. 'Hus will be an ideal place
for girls from the ages of ten to twenty
years of age. It is located in the west
ern part of North Carolina at the foot
of Kitazuma Mountain, near Pisgah and
'Hie material equipment of Camp
Swannanoa has sought to utilize the
experience of the best housed camps in
'There is a beautiful athletic field
fronting the lake. Horseback, hiking,
basketball, baseball, hockey, soccer, ten
nis are a few of the athletics that the
girls will enjoy while in camp. There
will also he many hikes and excursions
to famous points, including Pisgah, Mt.
Mitchell, Biltmore Estates, Chimney
Rock and Catawba Falls.
'Hiere will also be a religious side to
the camp life, including a daily Bible
class, and services on the Sabbath.
Ideally Located About Ten Miles from
City—Scout Season Has Run—
Fee Is $6 Week.
Camp Graystone will be officially
oiYcned for the second season to the
scouts of Greensboro on June 14. Gray
stone is ideally situated about ten miles
from the city. The lake is composed of
seven acres of clear, crystal water sur
rounded by tall pines. Competent in
struction in swimming, diving, life-sav
ing, and various water games will be
Last summer, the initial season, 121
scouts attended the camp a week or
more. Remarkable advancement in rank
was made. 'I’he lake is a great deal
larger than it was last year. All scouts
gather around the campfire at night
and listen to the ghost stories of Claude
Humphreys, executive of the Greensboro
Council. Many events have been planned
which are expected to stimulate interest
and show the ability of the scouts.
The camp fee for one week is ^6 and
for two weeks, $10. One dollar is to
be paid with registration and the bal
ance upon arrival at the camp. 'Hie
camp jirogram is as follows: 7:00 a. m.
reveille, morning dip; 7:45, morning
prayer, colors; 8:00 breakfast; 8:50,
inspection; 9:00, scoutcraft, woodcraft,
carnjicraft, nature study; 10:30, swim
ming instruction for sink easies; 11:00,
instruction for beginners; 11:30, life
saving instruction; 12:00, free period;
12:30, dinner; 1:00, quiet hour; 2:00,
boating, games, hikes, etc.; 3:30, water
sports; 5:30, free period; 6:20, colors;
6:30, siqqier; 7:00, free period; 8:00,
camp fire; 9:00, evening prayer; 9:15,
free jieriod ; 9:30, call to quarters; 9:45,
Sadie Clements and Mary McCollum
will be bade adieu. Hazel Brown or
“Cricket” the faithful baseketball mana
ger is trying to be manager of some
state basketball team, since she has had
a tiny bit of experience.
Mary 'Tilley the honorable captain of
the Greensboro High School basketball
team is not only known as the captain,
but the little black-headed squirrel, she
is so quick. You should see her capture
that ball and put it through the goal.
Ruth Watson was a star forward on
the basketball team of ’26. She was an
excellent track “man” and on the base
ball team of which she was captain,
she won the name of “Babe Ruth”. In
losing Ruth, G. H. S. will be out of her
Joe xYbernathy will soon he challeng
ing some in a track meet and permit
ting them to use roller skates while she
Although G. H. S. is bidding some
good night, she joyfully says good morn
ing to others, hoping they will surpass
the ones she bids adieu.
Marguerite 'Tilley goes over those
hardies like a frightened deer, while
Duella Walker keeps them all a little
in the shade.
Jane Harris, the manager of the track
team, was faithful stand-by on the bas
Noble Hutchinson never failed to live
up to her name. Hutchinson and IJllian
Tye may be termed as baseball twins.
Annie Belle Goodwin is glad of the
chance to develop into a miraculous bas
ketball ])layer like her brother Frank.
She was faithful on the basketball team
of ’26 and is expected to be seen on the
floor for the next 3 years.
under the sink?”
who put that statue
-that’s the plumber.’
'I’yree Dillard is an active member of
the Davidson Dramatic Club. He took
part in two of the plays that the Dra
matic club brought to Greensboro.
C. OF C. GIVES PARTY
AT CAROLINA BAKERY
Thursday, May 12, the Children of
Confederacy gave a party at the Caro
lina Bakery ComjYany for the benefit of
the old soldiers. 'The children played
games and danced throughout the after
noon. Ice cream, cake, candy and al
monds fwere served to all present. 'The
party was enjoyed by every one.
Greensboro High School is losing many
of its mainstays in athletics, but this
will not cripple its teams next year. The
coaches are expecting many good pros
pects from this year’s subs and upper
The tennis team will be the same as
it was this year for the exception of Ben
Kendrick. Coach Aycock is expecting
to have one of the finest tournament
teams in the state in Clyde Andrews,
John Sockwell, John Gillespie, and
'Track will lose Captain Homey, Luke
Glascock, and P. B. Whittington. Great
things are expected next year from
Theron Brown, Clarence Phoenix, Enoch
FTliott, and David Quate. Henry Brown,
brother of 'Theron, is expected to bring
in some j)oints for Greensboro. With a
few other good prospects in view, the
track team of next year should not be
handicapped by the loss of some old
Baseball will not suffer much of a
loss. Hargrove and Lufty are the only
ones leaving. Burgess and Wyrick will
probably be here next spring if they do
not graduate mid-term.
'I’he basketball subs will all be regulars
next year since there are so many leav
ing. 'Hie Watson brothers. Pug Solo
mon, Nape Lufty will not be with the
team this winter. Arnold, 'Taylor, and
Wyrick are expected to show up well.
Six of the football regulars will be
absent from the squad next year. Wil
lard Watson, this year’s captain, will be
back this fall to work under the guid-.
ance of Captain Lipscomb. Next year’s
football team is expected to equal this
BOY’S CLUB OF BAPTIST
CHURCH ORGANIZES TEAM
On Sunday, May 9, Mr. Ready’s Class
ot the First Baptist Church organized
a baseball team to represent the church
in the City Church League. 'The team
had its first practice on Monday, and it
is getting itself in readiness for the
first game on Saturday, May 15, with
Asheboro Street Baptist Church.
'The boys on the team are: Wyatt Tay
lor, captain, Willis Hargrove, manager,
Bill 'Teague, Glenn Holder, Madry Solo-
man, Bog Skeines, James Cates, Victor
Jones, Ned Lipscomb, Gordon Cox, and
GREENSBORO CLOSES SUCCESSFUL
YEAR IN VARIOUS PHASES OF SPORTS
All Forms of Athletics Have Come in for Their Share of Suc
cess—Girl’s Baseball Team Wins Championship of Dis
trict V—Boy’s Football Team Makes Good Record.
Wonderful work has been done
around G. H. S. in the way of athletics
this year and several of these teams have
had only a very little recognition.
'The football team started out the sea
son with a weak team and developed a
showed that Greensboro still has some
athletes in their midst.
Next came the two track teams both
of which made good showings. The boys
were handicapped by lack of aspirants
for track records but one member of the
running machine which went | team broke several state records and
within two games of a state title.
Along about the time the interest of
the city was centered on the boys foot
ball team tlie girls hockey team was
also creating a stir in local athletic cir-
another went to Maryland and won third
place in an all southern meet. The girls
were also very successful.
'The two baseball teams came in next
for their share of honors with the boys
cles. Hockey was a new form of sport | eliminated by Mebane but the girls go-
“Why did you and your room mate
se])arate this quarter?”
“He wanted me to call him colonel
just because he brushed his hair with
for girls but the G. H. S. girls took to
it and next year’s team under the lead
ership of Martha Sykes should go far.
Both the girls and boys basketball
teams did good work and although nei-
ing on and almost to a state title.
All of this year’s teams made good
showings but the majority were handi
capped for lack of material. 'The stu
dents hope that every one will try the
ther won a championship they were both j slogan next year of, “everybody out for
a real credit to the school and they some form of athletics.”