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Here is the powerful Leicester High basketball team which emerged victors in the Annual Western
North Carolina Basketball Tournament, Saturday night. Left to right, front row: Briggs, Gillespie,
Captain Webb, Hutchinson, and Teague. Back row: Coach Gilmer, Graham, D. Robinson, W. Robin
son and Dillard.—Courtesy of the Asheville Times.
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“.Alas! to think how many people’s
creeds are contradicted by their deeds.”
“Words break no bones;
Hearts though sometimes.”—Brown
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Worse than a quitter is the man who
is afraid to begin.
Is It Possible?
it possible for Greeter Cooper to
The Phi's led by Potts, scoring all.
pt to a close victory, 20-26, in the
Intramural Sfasrjn Closes.
eluding with society basketball ties,
a game it was marred by the exces-
fouling of both teams. Four \’ar-
men left the game shortly after the
j. I f via the personal route, while two
s followed also. A total of over forty
l^gjls were carded by both teams.
rryPotts, with 14 points, led the way for
and Phis. The passwork of the F.u’s was
odjBoth teams presented speedy attacks
us.| put up great battles.
“iThis game will be the last basketball
i’Msic of the year, and the next clash
2 come on the gridiron.
ons Win Girls’
following the same sharpshooting tac-, be pretty?
Is it possible for David TAiylor to be
Is it possible for “Fig” Newton to
stop breaking girls hearts?
Is it possible for E. M. Leonard to
get off his dignity?
Is it possible for Willie Mae Diels
to be a soloist?
Is it possible for Graydon Jordon to
pitch a field goal?
Is it possible for Jim Cheery not to
Is it possible for Lena Mae Chaffin
not to be an old maid?
Is it possible for Frances Barnes not to
blush when spoken to?
Is it possible for Tom Dysard not
to make some funny remarks?
Is it possible for J. C. Bennett not
to have brown eves?
Is it possible for “Jerry” McLaffey
not to get thrilled?
Is it possible for Donnie Mae Nor
man not to use lipstick?
Is it possible for Scott Buck not to
! that won the first game the Non-
pils swept the last game of the series
j score of 16-9.
ligdon, center led the Nons in
ing with Wannainakcr following
cly. Meares featured the Clios play
orward, and Hoyle showed class at
'he entire game was featured by fast,
n play, with both sides scrapping
antly until the last whistle,
he Clios played good ball but were
blc to cope with the flashy Non at-
By virtue of this victory the Nons be so egotistic?
‘ ched the championship of the two
Is it possible for Neva McCov not
to be sweet?
Is it possible for Mr. Elliott to be
easy on C-2 English?
Is it possible for Robert Stroupe to
be so deep in love?
Is it possible for “Dick” Sutton to
h.avc a date?
Is it possible for Mildred Mcars to
be guarded in basketball?
Is it possible for Margaret Wilson not
to be in love?
Is it possible for T. Carl Brown not
Seniors Enjoy Merry Valentine
(Continued from Page 1)
for every day of the week. After sev
eral minutes of getting dates the pro
Monday, the Seniors were at home
and enjoyed a very delightful after
noon chatting around the fireside.
Tuesday, they were ushered into a
theater where they saw real movie stars
in action. The picture was one of un
usual interest since it was made here at
Wednesday was the day for the races.
Many Seniors entered and won for
themselves hearts of candy and cake.
Thursday, an excellent drama was
given in which each character introduc
ed himself, told what he was supposed
to do, and did it. The drama turned
out to be a tragedy in which every char
Friday, the Seniors were taken to the
circus where they saw many things of
interest. Besides the large show there
were great numbers of side-shows which
revealed phenomena to the Senior class
never before known.
Saturday was the day to go to the
confectionery shop. Every Senior took
advantage of this opportunity and re
ceived all the punch he could drink and
more cake and candy than he needed.
Since Saturday is the regular day for
the soupline, the Seniors were given the
privilege of having a soupline which was
a stroll from the society halls to the
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eans” and '^Settled Out of Court”
Are Gifen .At Regular Meeting.
Dramatic Club at its regular
ng Tuesday evening, Februarv 4,
:ntcd two humorous one-act plays,
ans” was played by Frances Barnes
Florence Johnson. The players in
tied Out of Court” were Ruth
per, Val Edwards, Mamie Kelly,
Edd Fox. Each one played his part
tionally well. Tom Dysard was
5 (tor of the latter play.
he Club voted on the four best
which were given in the fall,
ori^ will be given before the public
jtime in the Spring. The four plays
“Settled Out Of Court,”
take,” “The Killer,”
There Is Love.”
Is it possible for Claude Royal not
to relate past experiences in “Non Spe
Is it possible for H. G. Odom to be
Is it possible for Era Stewart not to
be SO fickle?
Is it possible for “Snownie” to h.ive
two dates with the same girl?
en were: “Sett
^*’Jie oldtimc girl was usually a cling-'
.ine. The modern girl is usually a
Meet trials with smiles and they vanish;
Face cares with a song and they flee.”
“The optimist fell ten stories.
At each windowbar
He shouted to his friends:
‘All right so far.’ ”—^.Anon.
BUS SCHEDULE, EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 6, 1930.
MARSHALL-MARS HILL Bus Service
MARSHALL, N. C.
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