North Carolina Newspapers

The Dialette
EdItor-in-Chicf Doris Hodges JUNIORS VICTORIOUS!!
Business Manager..Marjorio Miller
Assistant Business Manager ...... Rah! Rah! Juniors! Yeah, Seniors:
Mary Leslie Thomas Such wore the cheers heard by citi-
Litcrary Editor.. .Elaine VJilliams zons and students of Montreat on
Society Editor....Estelle Sellars Thanksgiving afternoon at the annua'
Sports Editor .Ellen Fisher soccer game. The game was played
Photographic Editor... between .’the Odds of Junior High
Marietta McFall School and College and Evens of
Snapshot Editor... Jean Cartwright Sophomore and Senior High School
Joke 'Editor ..Peggy Jonos and Senior College. The game was
Music Editor Virginia Douglas an exciting one with fast play on
Al-umnae Editor ...Sarah Clark both sides. The Odds woro against
Exchann’O Editor . . . .Botsy Stewart tho Seniors,, as .th-j Juniors won
REPORTERS -with a score of 10-6. The Evens
Ruth Bowen .Madge Bankp gave the Odds several good frights
Barbara Frame Lucy Kuykendall v;hen they in scoring area,
Virginia Barron Beth Bagby but the defending Odds•came through
Anne Mllllams Jean HcEachcrn to hold the mighty Evens.
Dorothy Key The "Blue and Gold of Old Hon-
.. .. .. . ' treat" waved its streamers over
— EDITORiAIT ^ the goal posts, as tho cheer loader:
It has boon called to our atten- .^^.Iso' in blue and gold, brought pop
tion by a fellow student that the cxcltcmont to the side-lines
school .spirit’ of Montroat College ' woll as to the field. In spite
is not a.ll'that it should bo. ’At 'of tho "knoc-doop much, tho slide
first- wo refused to accept this.', .wore few and caused no serious
statement, but after closer.Inycs- calamities.
ti'^atipn we are forced to bollovo ' The tv/o cp.ptalns, Fisher and
all that it implies. It is true Hazel, played outstanding games,
that the "Montroat College, girls havoand_Hardio was oxcellont in hor
carelessly or otherwise allowed position-as Goal Guard.^
ithoir pride in tho school activi- "Hard luck, olo' Seniors,
tics and organizdtions to fall; to . '';/hat could you do?
a ^rcat extent. This statement This team of Juniors
alone should bring shame to every ' V''as too much for you} ■
auick-thinking student vdio has ob- Each girl a v/ondcr,
served this degeneration without Tried through and through,
acting upon it. \7hat. is the- matter They fought liko thunder --
with us anyv/ay? For example y/o may 'Tv/as too much for you!,
cite the Thanksgiving soccer 'game. S.N, ■
' This was one of the highlights of . ■ ;
tho Sports season, and not ovon V/ako up! Hold your heads high when
.half of tho school was intorestod you sing our old Alma Mator, and
’enough to come out and cheer for really moan it when you sing,
their team. Mould you call this "Hall to thee, Alma Mater,
school spirit? V.hy. not think tho Our happiest days '
situation over, and while thinking Aro tho days we. have spent in
back-up those ideas with a little, Montroat!"
fiory action that has boon shov/n
around hero on previous occasions.

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