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REDSVILLE IN FIRST
Regular Team With Exception
of Burgess Will Play—Coach
Expects Hard Fight
SQUAD IN GOOD SHAPE
Winner of G. H. S.-Reidsville Game to
Meet Winner of Lexington-High
Point Game In 2nd Series
G. H. S. will meet Ileidsville today
at H o’clock at Cone Park for the first
game of the Western Championship.
Coach Coletrane expects a hard fight,
bnt his eleven is in good condition.
The regular team will play with the
excei)tion of Burgess. When (t. II. S.
played Reidsville earlier in the season
the Purple Whirlwind won Avith a 9-0
The winner of the G. 11. S.-Reids-
A'ille gaine will meet the winner of the
Lexington-High Point game, probably
next Friday. Lexington defeated Leaks-
ville October 28. The game with High
I’oint will be the second game of their
championship series. If the Purple
Whirlwind carries away honors from
Reidsville, they play either Lexington
at Cone Park, or High I’oint at High
The final possibilities are as follows:
Greensboro at High Point; Lexington
at Greensboro; Reidsville at High
Point; Reidsville at Lexington ; Reids
ville at Leaksville.
About the middle of November the
coaches will meet with E. R. Rankin
of the extension department of the Uni
versity of North Carolina to arrange
a further eliminafion schedule.
GREENSBORO BOYS WIN
OVER BURLINGTON HIGH
Wyrick, Ogburn, Teague and Cooket
Contribute to Downfall of Visitors
By Making Touchdowns
GAME IS DEVOID OF FEATURES
Greensboro added another victim her
her string of A'ictories Saturday, Octo
ber 2S, at Cone Park, when she
swamped Burlington Hi gridders 40
Scoring got under way early in the
first quarter when Pete 'Wyrick crossed
the goal for the initial counter of the
afternoon’s fray. Bi-owns’ educated
toe added the extra point, when he
booted the ball squarely over the cross
bar. From this time on until the final
whistle sounded the seorekeeper’s pen
cil was kept busy marking up the va
rious and sundry Greensboro counters.
Wyrick, Ogburn, Cook, and Teague all
contributed to Burlington’s downfall.
Both Wyrick and Ogburn shoved the
ball across the goal for two touchdowns
The afternoon’s encounter Avas de-
A'oid of features Avith it being merely
a case of scoring and more scoring on
the part of the Gate City lads. Coach
Coletrane ran in almost his entire
squad and the Avearers of the “Purple
and Gold SAvept doAvn the field in rare
form. At no time Avas the Greensboro
Lineup and summary:
Greenshoro Position Burlington
Grubbs V. Jones
Hobbs L. Jones
T. BroAvn Guthrie
Cook R. Jones
Burroughs J. Cook
NEW JERSEY NUMBERS
Lipscomb .... 44 Teague 40
Brown 45 Burgess 43
Petree 46 Hargrove .... 42
Rives 38 Gardner 39
Taylor 41 Davant 37
Henderson . . 36 Cook 34
Grubbs 33 Quate 35
Watson 47 S. Ogburn ... 32
G. H. S. VICTOR OVER
“Pete” Wyrick Makes Touch
down In First Few Min
utes of Game
FINAL OUTCOME IS 20-0
Greensboro Hi defeated Spencer Hi
October 29, at Cone Park, 20 to 0. In
the first feAV minutes of play the
Greensboro boys got avvay Avith the
ball and Pete Wyrick scored a touch-
doAvn. Theron BroAvn Avas successful
in try for goal. During the second and
third quarters neither of the teams
were able to gain much ground. In
the last part of the first quarter an
other touchdoAvn Avas made by Davant;
G. H. S. failed to kick goal.
In the last quarter the Greensboro
boys Avith their usual i)ep got aAvay
Avith the ball and Grubbs made a touch-
Wyrick Avas the oTitstanding star of
the game. In the third quarter he made
a ()0-yard run.
FOOTBALL GAME MARKS
OPENING OF NEW STADIUM
Congressman Bulwinkle, of Gastonia,
to Deliver Address After Unveiling
of Memorial Tablet
O. R. I. CADETS TO FURNISH MUSIC
The World War Memorial Stadium
Avill be dedicated and opened on Ar
mistice Dity. Thursday, November 11.
The Memorial tablets on the entrance
to the stadium Avill be unA’eiled, and
Congressman Bulwinkle, of Gastonia,
Avill deliver the address.
The athletic dedication Avill take
place in the afternoon Avhen tAvo Guil
ford County football elevens, Guilford
College and High l*'oint Methodist l*rot-
estant College, Avill play their annual
game. It Avill be the biggest game of
the year, and so far this year the teams
are about evenly matched. The games
in the stadium Avill he sponsored by
the Henry K. Burtner Post of the
American Legion. An unusually large
croAvd is exj)ected to attend.
Part of the gate receipts Avill go to
the treasury of the Henry K. Burtner
Post, to be used in assisting former
serAUce men in securing Avork, as Avell
as aiding the AA'ork of the legion. The
2.52nd Coast Aartillery of the North
Carolina National Guard Avill parade,
and the Oak Ridge Cadet Band Avill
furnish the music.
About 05 G. H. S. girls have signed
up for this year. Mrs. Merrill Squires
of the Y. M. C. A., is instructor.
SENIORS IN HOCKEY
Score 1-0—Barber and Hutchi
son Star For Freshmen—Rob
inson For Seniors
GOOD TEAMWORK SHOWN
The freshman girls defeated the
seniors, 1-0, Thursday. October 21, on
the Caldwell hockey field. After hard
fighting and good team Avork Gladys
Barber, of the freshman team, made
the only score. Barber and Hutchison
starred for the freshmen and on the
senior team Robinson did commendable
The final game of the hockey series
Avas played betAveen the sophomores
and freshmen on Mclver field Friday,
October 22. Both teams Avere Avell
matched and the game Avas a hard-
fought one. In the last quarter GoodAvin
made the only goal.
(Continued on Page Six)
G. A. A.
Section 1.—The folloAving furnishes
a uniform method for scoring SAvim-
ming points, Avhere girls already know
how to SAvini, but Avish to receive credit
for Avork. No girl may receive rcedit
for any stroke, diA'e, etc., but one time.
Section 2.—The total score in SAvim-
niing for strokes, dives, and life-saving
shall be 75 points.
GROTT’ V—TRAINING REGULA
Training regulation kept for period
of three months, 20 ])oints.
1.—Secure at least eight consecutive
hours of sleep Avith Avide open AA'indoAvs,
beginning not later than 10 :80.
2.—The 10 ifiO restriction may be
Avaived on Frida.A- and Saturday nights
8.—Eat three regular meals a day,
Avith no tea or coffee.
4. —'No eating betAveen meals except
fresh fruit, malted milk, plain ice
cream or milk.
5. —Drink eight glasses of Avater dur
ing the day.
0.—Regular daily exercise of some
Note : No girl may receive credit for
training Avho does not report to faculty
head of training.
GROUP VI—HORSEBACK RIDING
1. —For each tAVO miles, 1 point.
2. —^No score for less than a five-mile
ride; no season score tor less than 25
5.—Year’s score, 75 points.
BRAND NEW JERSEYS
REPLACE WORN ONES
Brand neAv purple jerseys and socks
Avere issued to the football team Oc
tober 28. These jerseys will limit
skinned elboAvs for they have sheep
skin elbow pads, a new feature in
SCHEDULE FOR HOCKEY
Greensboro vs. Winston-Salem
(here) November 6.
Greensboro vs. Southern Pines
(there) November 12.
Greensboro vs. Wilmington (there)
Greensboro vs. Southern Pines
(here) December 4.
SOCCER BOYS LOSE
TO WINSTON SQUAD
Game Played November 3 On
Twin City Field—Score
Is 8 to 0
DEFEATED BY HIGH POINT
The soccer team of G. H. S. lost to
Winston-Salem 8-0 AVednesday, Nov.
8, on the Tavui City field. This game
Avas the second since the sport started
here. In the first game of the season,
tAvo days after the Greensboro boys had
started practice, the team played High
Point. Greensboro lost to High Point
by a score of 1 to 0. November 4 High
Point played a return game here.
MISS DRY ANNOUNCES
Morgan to Aid Seniors—Moore Is Jun
ior Head—Hodges to Lead Sopho
’ITiose girls interested in basketball
met during chapel period (Jctober 28,
to make plans for the coming season.
Miss Nellie K. Dry, basketball coach,
talked about class and varsity basket
ball. She announced the class coaches
as folloAvs : Miss liUcy Morgan, seniors ;
Miss Ida Belle Moore, juniors; Miss
Sai-ah Hodges, sophomores; Aliss Edith
After the joint meeting, the different
teams held class meetings. 'The senior
group elected Jane Harris their eap-
tain and Rebecca Webster Avill head
the junior squad.
'The coaches are looking forAA-ard to
a great season, as 188 girls Avill be out
for basketball; there are 38 juniors,
29 sophomores, 18 seniors, and .58 fresh
men out for the first meeting.
PHOENIX WINS SEVENTH
PLACE IN ANNUAL RACE
Clarence I’hoenix took seventh place
in the annual “cake-eaters” race at
Chapel Hill on October 29. The race
caused much interest throughout the
state Avith some tAvo hundred boys tak
ing part in the meet.
Phoenix Avas handicapped by not
being familiar Avith the course,' how-
eA^er, he Avas leading Bill Homey until
the last lap of the race Avhen Phoenix
Aveakeued and Homey passed him.
Cakes Avere aAvarded to the first 10
and a large caramel one fell to the lot
of I’hoenix. Rumors ha\'e it that the
cake Avas delicious, although it AAxas sat
upon and met AA'ith various other mis
haps on the road home.
Friday, Nov ember 5,1926
WINS 194) VICTORl
OYER HIGH POINT Bl
Well Organized Aerial Causes
G. H. S.’s Triumph Over
Furniture City Lads
BURROUGHS IS GAINER
Punting of Ridge, of High Point, Out.
classed That of Greensboro—Kearns
Makes Principal Runs
Greensboro High School triumphed
over High Point 19-0 as result of a
Avell organized awial attack. The High
Point boys put up a hard fight through
out the game, '^riie Greensboro boys
outplayed the High Point lads, as avus
shoAVU by Greensboro registering 13
first doAvns to their opponents’ three.
The first score came in the second
(luarter Avhen Watson throAV a pass
from the 40-yard line to Henderson,
Avho, racing doAvn the field, caught the
ball on the five-yard line and carried it
across the goal. The next score came
after Burroughs gained 40 yards
around left end and the ball Avas car
ried up the field for 20 yards to another
score. A 25-yard run by Hargrove fea
tured in the scoring of the next touch-
doAA’ii. The run AA'as folloAA’ed by the
aerial attack when tAvo passes, Watson
to Grubbs, for 12 yards and Watson to
Rives, for 14 yards.
The game Avas especially interestiug
as the High Point lads did not cease
to fight until the final Avhlstle blew and
the punting of Ridge outclassed that
of the Greensboro backs. Kearns Avas
the principal ground-gainer for the
The lineup and summary:
Greensboro Position High Point
Lipscomb (C) AVhitener
Taylor — Montgomery
Score by periods:
High Point o
Substitutions : Greensboro—Watson
for DaA’ant, Teague for Burroughs, Og
burn for Cook, Gardner for Taylor,
Hobbs tor Pennington, Burroughs for
M atson, AVatson for Ogburn, Rives for
Grubbs. High Point—C’lodfelloAV for
Hancock. Anderson for AATiitener.
Scoring touchdoAvn: Henderson, Bur
roughs, Hargrove. Point after touch
Say I You’re to big to sit on the
front roAv; come on back here.”
Aav, dry np. you just Avant ni.V
AIuss up Theron BroAA'ii’s hair so
he ll look real mean.”
lies liable to break the camera
“Somebody put a sack over Ed Ha
“If AA-e put him in the back roAV the
picture might be saA’ed.”
‘‘Let ‘Speed’ Avery hold the ball.”
All right, felloAvs, cut out the funny
‘’AVill everyone look at the lens and
he perfectly still "
And AA atoll the birdie jump out.”
“Bill! Ned ! Ralph !”
“All right, sir.”
“Are you ready’? Everyone s^u-
Chck-^thank you.” work
No, it AvasiPt a circus; jus.
l.'iH te.im h!.ving a picture tiilowELL.