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LOCAL COUNCIL MEETS
TO MAKE FUTURE PUNS
Reports From Captains of Troops—Ac
ceptance of Miss Gilmers’ Resig
nation as Local Director
CITy RALLY FIRST WEEK IN MAY
The local council of Girl Scouts dis
cussed plans for the next three weeks
at a regular quarterly meeting March 7
at the home of Airs. Frank Leak.
The program consisted of reports
from the captains of the different
troops. A rally for all the troops was
planned for the first week in Alay. The
Camp Committee, with Mrs. Clarence
Cone as chairman, has completed plans
for a summer camp ; the time and place
will be announced later.
The resignation of Aliss Alarion Gil
mer, acting local director, was accepted.
No one has yet been chosen to take her
fifth issue aycock
PAPER WELL WRITTEN
Publication Contains Article on School
Library—Poems and Editorials Good.
New Books Added to Library
The fifth issue of Aycock-A-Doodle-
Ooo, the Charles B. Aycock School pa
per, whi(‘h came out March 15, was
Quite worth while.
There were three good editorials. We
found the one on “Sportsmanship” es
pecially well-written. A*n article on
file school library, which has been
greatly improved since the beginning of
the second semester, was very interest
ing. Alany new books have been added
to the Graj- Archer Alemorial shelf,
which was established in niemory of the
sou of Superintendent Archer. Cheers
and school songs and athletics made
up the third page. A number of good
poems vvei’e found on page five and six.
We especially liked those on the snow.
lett. She (.
fore we were rei,
I came down stairs tnere
Til lett. In just a minute she
“Where have you been?” we all cm..
“Oh, just riding on the elevator,” was
the casual reply. She was so impressed
by the Scandals that when we got back
to the hotel, she tried to the Black
BOARD HEARS SCHOOL
Building Program For Amount of $313,-
000 Is Outlined to Joint Meeting
of Educational Officials
The Guilford county board of educa
tion’s building program for an amount
of ,$313,000 was outlined to members
of the board of county commissioners
at a joint meeting of the two bodies
Tuesday, Alarch 15. This will be the
minimum amount necessary to take
care of the growth of certain schools
and to provide for the expansion other
years will bring.
Air. T. AA^. Andrews, superintendent
of schools in High Point, urged the
setting up of a building fund to be used
by all schools of the country irrespec
tive of which of the three educational
boards controlled them.
The commissioners were impressed by
talks made on the crowded conditions
of the schools.
BEN HUR SHOWN HERE
AT NATIONAL THEATER
“Ben Hur” was shown at the Nation
al Theater Alarch 17-18, with daily mat
inees at 3 :30. The picture just, com
pleted six weeks in Baltimore and four
weeks in AAhashington, which followed
record-breaking runs in New York, Bos
ton, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los An
geles, and San Francisco. Students
were dismissed at 3:20 so that they
would have time to see the matinee.
Week Fiction 'Non-Fic. Toiu
Feb. 14-18 2,266 1,771 4,637
Feb. 21-24 ___ 2,932 1,965 4,897
Feb. 28-Alar. 4 2,268 1,501 3,769
Total 8,066 5,237 13,303
OF GIRL RESERVES
Plans For Club Pins and Emblems Were
A^oted on and Accepted
’The Girl Reserves had their regular
bi-monthly meeting at the Y. AY. C. A.
Friday, Alarch 11, at 7 :30 o’clock. After
supper business matters were dis
cussed. Plans were made for order
ing club pins. Emblems were decided
upon by the club, and a committee was
appointed to order them. Annie Stroud
Alann, club president, was chosen to
head this committee.
Q’he next meeting of the Girl Reserves
will be held Friday, Alarch 25.
MISS BURRUS GIVES
MUSIC RECITAL MAR. 15
Aliss Blanche Burrus, piano instruc
tor at Greensboro College, gave a
recital of both classic and modern
music at Odell Alemorial building on
Tuesday night, Alarch 15. An annual
feature in her program was the play
ing of the whole of Rubensteiu’s Con
certo in D Alinoi’, in which she was as
sisted by Aliss Ida AI. Bridgman at the
pipe organ, and Aliss Audrey Burton
at a second piano.
A small audience proved itself appre
ciative of Aliss Burrus colorful and
Dr. Henderson Is Head of the Alathe-
matics Department of the Univer
sity of North Carolina
“The Atom” was the subject of an
address delivered by Dr. Archibald
Henderson, head of the mathematics
department of the University of North
Carolina. The address was delivered
before the members of the science club
of N. C. C. AY. on Alouday evening,
“Dr. Henderson is one of the best
versed men in North Carolina and is
regarded as being especially well
equipped in the matter of expressing
his ideas,” is the comment the Daily
The science clnb is composed of the
faculty of N. C. C. Dr. Edwin Y'oeum,
professor of botany at .the college, is
president of the club.
TO BE HELD APRIL 15
•T. D. AIcNairy and Alargaret Neal
will be the local participants in the
state preliminary to the National Ora
torical Contest, to be held April 15th.
The orations must be strictly original
and must pertain to some phase of the
Constitution of the United States. The
time limit is 12 minutes.
The winners of the various state
contests will enter a national contest
to be held some time in the late spring.
The victors in this will be awarded a
free trip to Europe.
I’hroughout its career it has beei..
policy of this magazino to have aS'
much variation in the general theme Of
each issue as its field permitted. It
has always sought local suojects, yet
the articles were not restricted to that.
To a large extent the material in the
fifth issue will be drawn with local •
color, from the experience-and outlook
of local students, though there will
qrobably be some few articles , on
famous travelers and adventurers.
The tentative outline includes edU
torials on travel, articles on reading
as a means of travel, travel as a me
dium of education, and travel from the
standpoint of pleasure, : •
DR. MYERS SPEAKS TO
G. H. S. BOYS IN CHAPEL
‘Learn to say ‘No,’ and not per
haps,’ ” said Dr. Charles Alyers to the
boys in chapel On Thursday, Alarch 10.
: “AA'lien someone asks if you will he '
at a certain place at ’ a certain tiihe,-
don’t say i)erhaps, but make some defi
nite reply. AA'hen' you know you should '
say no, then it is your place to say it,”
(leclared the speaker. “‘Character”' whs
the theme of the talk. ' He stressed es
pecially the gloiT gained from playing
ai clean game of life. “ ' “
'After the talk, Air. C. AA^. Phillips
commented oh the recent basketball
game at State.
; “The great thing in the'world is hot
so much where we stand, as in what
direction we are movihg.”—OKver Weti-'