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    THE HILLTOP, MARS HILL COLLEGE, MARS HILL, NORTH CAROLINA.
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BASKETBALL SEASON GETS IN FULL SWING
The Investor’s
Column
By U. S. Bonds
v/i — ^
, Total Victory is undoubtedly
■ Joser today than it was a few
''^'honths ago. But don't let's
ly lake any mistake about it—
5CI iiere s still a great deal to be
s cone before the glorious day
su^ peace arrives.
j ■■ Many battles are still to be
tiyon. Millions of dollars' v/orth
g jf war equipment must still
irti^ ^°cle and delivered to the
.ghting fronts.
''■S' , ,
cs ^ now.
)eo f®el better when the
marching home if
pu can look them squarely in
“ le eye and say, "We backed
vhrou with extra bonds."
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honor rolls
J ^ First Honor Roll
> m Gertrude Allard, Helen Allen,
3zif°n Anthony, Nancy Bearden,
' Hazel Dotson,
it ^ Fallow, James Farmer,
dice Lou Planner, Amy Flet-
, T' Hayes, Esther
1 aelms, Winifred Hollowell,
ertorothy, Jarvis, Jane Johnson
1 lam H. Johnson, Beth
»es Mary Elizabeth Lawton,
F Fee, Myrtle Lyles, Mary
-elcue Middleton, Paula Moore,
rutlortha Noggle, Martha Pea-
^^oss, Wilhelmina Rish, Betty
j^ogers, Lucille Sawyer, Bar-
^Fope, Alleen Shupe,
Smith, Harold Spang-
Garroll Spurling, Laura
■ teyens, Tertius Stough, Milli-
is-2nt Teague, Hazel Thomas,
V athryn Tyler, Jeanne Wall.
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[zir Second Honor Roll
^Jeon Allen, Grace Anderson,
uu 1 Austin, Hope Bailey,
illtabel Balding, Dorothy Bald-
eem, Bertha Ball, Thelma Ball,
®^’^‘^Fam, Georgia Ruth
Fforma W. Brooks,
Gladys Buchan-
'p Belle Buchanan, V/.
^ Byrd, Bob Chapman, Yvon-
' '-^Bapman, Mildred Cherry,
'Flark, Dacus Clark,
dadean Day, Kathleen Day,
ouldmg Dixon, Martha Dean
‘ Frances Downs, Elea-
Dryden, Daphne Eller,
^O'^leman, Rosemary
lop Gellerstedt, Betty
/mor^ Faye Gladden, Flor-
Jordon, Nina Guard,
Hagan, Frances Han-
jpick, Martha Hart, Ella Mae
^^r'3'nia Hewitt, Jo
'l®Frand, Beulah Hill, Geral-
iPe Hobbs, Frances Hobson,
perta Hudson, Mavis Hud-
JL', F>oris Huffman, Nancy
Martha Hylton, Eu-
Ben Kincaid,
,?ttie Kornegay, Yvonne I.aw-
,f. Hons Layton, Betty Jean
^jfZenby, Thomas Lewis, Pau-
f ® e, Ray Marshall, Mary
jjzabeth Mason, Rachel Mes-
IC' Fillian Miller, Marjorie
% k , » Olema Moore,
fchel Myers, Martha Mc-
J^'^'.Fachel McClain, Kath-
l^rie McLean, Clyde McLeod,
^.Lvelyn McLeod, Phyliss Mc-
T Noblitt, James R.
' Biliian Ogburn, Mary
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V I s I T^O R S
(Continued from Page 1)
; ette Brown, and J. R. Johnson.
An aviator. Pvt. Tom Duke,
was another visitor. A '43
graduate, he is now stationed
in Madison, Wisconsin, study
ing radio. He made an excel
lent record at Mors Hill.
Nancy Helsabeck, a grad
uate of '43 now majoring in
biology at Salem College in
Winston, returned. Last year
she was active in religious and
musical organizations.
A Cl who was called to the
army's infantry last year, Louis
McAuley, came to the campus.
He is now in Camp Blanding,
Florida, and expecting ship
ment overseas soon.
Virginia "Jinx" Hart, a grad
uate of '43, spent several days
on the campus. She is now
majoring in physical education
at Winthrop College. Last year
she won one of the four "M's'
awarded.
Cpl. N. A. Miller is now an
aerial gunner on B-24's at Salt
Lake City. The former Phi
president entered the air corps
reserves before he graduated.
"Red" Funderburk, a student
of last year, came to see
friends before going to the
navy's boot camp at Jackson
ville, Florida. Formerly he
worked in Atlanta in a freight
bureau.
On Thursday Bobby Evans,
a student of last year, came
on campus. She is on vacation
from the Baptist Memorial Hos
pital in Memphis, Tennessee,
where she is in the Nurses
Cadet Corps. Last summer she
worked in the Appalachian
Hall, a hospital in Asheville.
War Bond Given
By W.A.A.
A twenty-five dollar war
bond was donated by ten
members of the Woman's Ath
letic association at the meet
ing last Tuesday. It was put
in Dr. Blackwell's name and
the proceeds are to be used
for the acquisition of a W. A. A.
club room.
The meeting was again
highlighted when the members
'cund that they all had won
ins of the club, a nationally
.“ecognized sports society.
The director of sports. Miss
Clayton, announced that she
plans a program of intramurals
for the spring. Through this
program and the one just com
pleted will come new mem
bers. To become a member, a
person must make a satisfac
tory scholastic record and par
ticipate in five of the sports
sponsored or get on a varsity
team. The sports to be played
this spring are softball, tennis,
soccer, hockey, volley ball,
recreational sports, swimming,
and archery; and the program
will be under way as soon as
the weather permits.
Florence Rhea is president
of the club. Other members
are Eleanor Clarke, Miriam
Atkinson, Margaret Shackel
ford, Betty Rogers, Katherine
ierce, Hollon Holton, Susan
Harbison, Virginia Duncan,
i and Marie Davis.
Watch for the "sparkle" of
their pins—and others, too!
LIBRARY
GOLDEN GLOVE
MEET HELD
Dramateers
Officers
President: Ora Lee.
Vice-President: Isabelle Nob
litt.
Secretary-Treasurer: Yvonne
Lowing.
Frances Parsons, Lela Perry,
Connice Peterson, Katherine
Pierce, Frances Pope, Celeste
Porter, Ruth Poteat, Mary Sales,
Ruth Simms, Elizabeth Smith,
Betty Ann Snyder, Mary Stone,
Rachel Swann, James Taylor,
Helen Teague, Marie Thomas,
Katherine Ulmer, Clara Lee
Watts, James Wheless, Clarine
Wiggins, Sara Katherine Wil
liams, Nora Wills, Barbara
Young.
(Continued from Page 1)
Mrs. Ramon DeShazo has
capably assumed Mrs. Dun-
stan's duties as an assistant
in the library. Shortly after she
and her husband came to
Mars Hill in 1939, she became
housemother at Melrose and
Brown. Later she was con
nected with the library staff,
working in the library in the
spring of 1940 and all the fol
lowing year. She now be
comes an active member of
'he library staff for the remain
der of this school year.
Girls’ Physical
Education
The girls' physical education
classes for the past semester
have consisted of calisthenics,
volley ball, basketball, soccer,
relays, and some intramural
sports. The physical education
program for the spring semes
ter will be made up of tennis,
soft ball, hockey, soccer, vol
ley ball, swimming, and mild
form of tumbling, and numer-
Three of the boys fighting at
the Piedmont Golden Gloves
tournament in Greensboro to
night are from Mars Hill col
lege. These boys are fighting
v/ith the Hamlet Athletic Club,
of which our own Johnny Rich
ardson is captain. And—this
is a prophecy from your sports
writer—tonight Johnny, Al, and
Hook will be right there in the
finals—winning. Their inten
sive six weeks' training will
serve them well.
Hook Lee, the smallest of
the three glove-slingers, is
fighting in the 115-pound class.
He has had little experience,
but his spunk and his actual
ability will more than make
up for his lack of experience.
Johnny Richardson has an
excellent chance to get to the
top in the 155-round class. Out
of the 42 fights that Johnny
has fought, he has drawn for
two, lost five, and won thirty-
five. His splendid record
should not fail him now.
The third member of this
fighting trio is Logan Allen.
With his 165 pounds of muscle
and his years of experience in
mountain brawls, Logan is a
man to watch.
We can be reasonably sure
tonight that our three boys are
making a good showing in
Greensboro. Keep your fingers
crossed for three swell boxers.
They'll do the rest.
German Club
Officers
President: James Farmer.
Vice-President: Jerry Hobbs.
Secretary: Barbara Shope.
Treasurer: Frances Downs.
Table Tennis
Tournament
Boys' single table tennis tour
nament began last Saturday
as places were drawn. There
were fourteen boys to enter.
As yet no games have been
played, but they should get
under way in the near future.
The sports editor is not going
to pick any pre-tournament
favorites, but there should be
some thrilling games.
ous relays. Some part of each
period will be devoted to calis
thenics.
Varsity Defeats
Shelby
The varsity basketball team
defeated the All-Stars from
Shelby in the second game of
a double header Saturday,
January 30.
It was a hard-fought game
but the All-Stars were no match
for the Mars Hill boys. The
college boys won with a score
of 43 to 24.
Jimmy Winstead, Mors Hill's
little guard, led the scoring
with 18 points. He was followed
by Anderson, who scored 12
points.
The losers were led by Mc
Kee and Leonhoardt, who
scored 8 points each. The line
up:
Shelby Pos. Mars Hill
McKee (8) f Anderson (12)
Green (3) f Medlin (4)
Leonhoardt (8) c Winfree (3)
Brooks (5) g Wood (4)
Eskridge g Winstead (18)
Substitutions—Shelby: Wal
ker, Stockton, Robinson, Jones.
Mars Hill: Hill (2).
In the first game of this
double header, the Mors Hill
All-Star girls defeated the
Shelby girls, 26 to 23.
The Mars Hill girls were
paced by B. Willis who scored
16 points while Stentz led the
Shelby lassies with 13 points.
G I I s Win
Intramural
In what was probably the
funniest basketball game ever
witnessed in the Mars Hill
gym, the CII's defeated the
Cl's 23 to 13. The amusement
was caused by the slick floor
which kept the players falling
and the fans laughing.
During the first half, it looked
as though the Cl's had every
thing under control, as they
led at the half by the count of
9 to 4. However the CII's came
back strong in the second half
to win, 23 to 13.
Stirewalt led the Cl's by
scoring 8 points, while all C-II
members, except one, scored
some points. The lineup:'
CIs Pos. CIIs
Stirewalt (8) __ f _ Spangler (4)
Connelly f Gregory (4)
Carowan (1) . c Sinclair
Westm'land (4) g .. Edgerton (6)
Nolan g Brown (3)
Substitutions — CIs: Pegram.
CIIs: Turner (4), Sargeant (2).
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