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May 6, 1937
NETMEN WILL FACE
DURHAM HI FRIDAY
Will Seek Revenge for Their
Second Setback of
2 MORE MEETS SCHEDULED
Coach Frank Johnson’s Purple and
"Gold netters will he seeking revenge
for their second setback of the season
when they meet the Durham High
School racqueteers in a return engage
ment on the home court tomorroAV
Edward Gehrke and Hughes Davis,
who fought their way to the finals in
the doubles event of the recent state
meet at Chapel Hill, will be teamed
with Stokes Eawlins, Jay Shepherd,
John Davis, Stuart Eogers, and Charlie
Baker to present a well-balanced aggre
gation against the invading Durham
The Whirlwind net teams have only
two more meets on their schedule after
tomorrow’s contest. On Monday of
next week the locals will play host to
their neighboring rivals from High
Point High School in a return clash
here. Following this engagement, they
Avill conclude their successful season
by meeting Chapel Hill High School’s
tennis combination on the home court
The Purple and Gold linksmen will
meet their third opponents of the week
Avhen they play Burlington High School
L. M. CLYMER GAINS HIGHEST
HONOR IN SCHOLASTIC RECORD
MARGARET WRENN KOONTZ
RECEIVES ALLIANCE MEDAL
Roberta Cowles and Mary Anderson
Receive Certificates of Proficiency
FOCST AND SMITH, HONOR GUESTS
Although the representatives of Curry
and Winston-Salem high schools won
the prizes given by the French govern
ment in the fifth annual French contest
conducted by the Greensboro Alliance
Francaise at this school recently,
G. H. S. competitors received a meas
ure of recognition for their work. Mar
garet Wrenn Koontz Avon a bronze med
al, the first prize of the local chapter
of this group, by scoring 374 points out
of a possible total of 423. Roberta
CoAvles, aaEO' scored 357^/^ points, and
Mary Anderson, Avho secured a total of
35614 points, Avere given certificates of
proficiency in French.
The aAvards Avere distributed at a later
meeting of the Alliance Francaise held
at the Greensboro Country Club. In ad
dition to the Avinning pupils and their
teachers, Thomas E. Foust, Guilford
county superintendent of education, and
Ben L. Smith, of the city schools, Avere
honor guests of the society.
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Room 9—Margaret Little, Elfried Pen-
nekamp. Prank Masters, Edgar Marks.
Room 10—Janet Campbell, Doris Carr,
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Chances for Capturing Its Fifth Consec
utive Conference Crown
RESULTS OF TWO GAMES IN DOUBT
STUNT NIGHT ON MAY 14
TO CLIMAX ELECTION DAY
Although the results of two games
could not be learned at the time this
paper went to press, Greensboro High
School’s baseball team invaded Gastonia
yestefday tO' meet the Green Wave nine
in a contest for Western Conference
A double-header was to have been
played Wednesday, with the possibility
of a third game being necessary to de
cide the conference championship. In
case of the latter event, the game Avill
be held here at the Memorial stadium
Despite the fact that the Whirlwind
nine is in the throes of a batting slump,
chances for capturing its fifth consecu
tive conference crown seemed very
bright yesterday. By this time, how
ever, the outlook may have been radi
cally altered by the strong Gastonia
Stunt Night will provide a fitting cli
max to election day this year, as the
high spot of its program will be the
announcement of the winning candi
dates for the student government offices.
“Ten unusual stunts,” states Bill Mur
ray enthusiastically, “are planned by
the various clubs and societies in the
school. Judging from the luscious bits
,j^f gossip one picks up here and there
about the school campus, these stunts
should be of a most entertaining va
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