WE WANT TWO
For a Better G. H. S.
GREENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL JANUARY 27, 1922.
OyiNIEI FALLS liEfLECII)l! fiOARO EXPECTS STATISTICS SilECT STUDENTS BASKETBALL AND CINDER PATH
BRITTON'S BASKETEESS ANNUAL TO BE BEST Effl TO THE TEST OF THE BALLOT MANAGER ELECTED MONDAT
G. H. S. Reviving From Durham’s Many Novel Features to Be Included
Blow Pla\s One of the Best What Promises to Be High
Games of the Season
57 Varieties of Astonishing Soap Box
School’s Largest Book.
The Greensboro High School bas
ketball team got back into form
after their crushing defeat at the
hands of Durham the night before
and sent the fast Reidsville quin
tet down in defeat, on Friday, Jan.
20, 1922, in Greensboro, by the score
of 38 to 84. The game was slightly
rough and closely contested through
out although the Gate City aggre
gation never failed to show its su
periority in passing and in shooting.
The half started off with both
teams fighting hard. Biitton and
Daniel starred for Greensboro while
Chance did stellar work for Reids
ville in this period. The Greensboro
bunch got in some pretty passing
during this period as the Reidsville
aggregation also did, but by better
shooting Greensboro nosed out ahead
and the half ended with the score
21 to 18 in Greensboro’s favor.
The second half was also closely
contested and so hard did the Greens
boro bunch play that one guard
was out on personal fouls. Reids
ville also played hard and as a re
sult scored almost as many points
as did the Greensboro team. Daniel's
was the outstanding star for Greens
boro while Chance played sensational
ball for Reidsville, the little forward
caging a majority of his team’s
points. The half ended w'ith the
score 38 to 84 in Greensboro's favor.
Substitutions for Greensboro: Sel
lars for Henderson, Henderson for
K. Williams. Substitutions for
Reidsville: Pettigrew 'for Gladstone.
Referee: Stuart. Timekeeper: Stock-
-A TRUE MAN” SUBJECT OF DR.
MYER’S TALK IN CHAPEL.
With the help of the entire student
body the Senior class hopes to put
■ out a bigger and better annual this
year than has ever been put out at
G. H. S. before. This year’s Reflec
tor is going to be a good deal larger
, than theS preceding one and it is go
ing to contain various new depart
ments and new features. School ac
tivities have grown considerably dur
ing the last few months and all
, these new organizations will be cared
, for in the Annual in a unique way.
On account of lack of space it has
■ been impossible during these last few
; yeai*s to accommodate all the stu
dents of the High School in the same
building and for this reason we be-
lieve that everything possible should
be done to consolidate the school and
I make the main building and the an-
, nexes as a unit. With this in mind
■ the staif has set out to make the
1922 Reflector an Annual of Greens
boro High School and not merely of
j the Senior Class. The taking of school
statistics was one of the steps taken
. with this in mind. We hope that
: each Freshman feels that this year’s
j annual is going to be just as much
' his as it is any Senior’s.
We also hope to localize our An
nual as much as possible and so
make it not only a High School pro
duction but one that will also have
the stamp of Greensboro on it, for
, we feel that Greensboro is a town
j to be proud of and we plan to
show this in several different ways
in the Annual.
The members of the staff would
not feel so confident in their work
were it not for the help of Mr. Giles
and Miss Dorsett. But with two
such advisiors ever ready to help
in any way they can and with the
backing of the school we don’t see
how the Reflector of ’22 can be any
thing but a huge success.
Coach Rabenhorst Presented “W.”
Sweater By Football Squad.
The first part of the program was
taken up by the presentation of a
sweater to Mr. Harry Rabenhorst by
George Taylor. This sweater was a
small token of appreciation from
the football boys.
The program was then turned over
to Dr. Myers and his quartet. The
quartet sang two very fine gospel
hymns, and then Dr. Myers began his
For his subject he chose a verse in
Ezekiel: “I sought for a man among
them, and found none.’' Dr. Myers
'went on to say that what we do at
six, we do at sixteen, and at sixty-
six we will not have changed.
Boys and girls who indulge now' in
some evil practice will indulge in
later life. Boys respect the girl w'ho
Os ignorant of evil, and w'ho is not
indifferent to evil, who keeps the best
ideals of womanhood unspotted. The
irl in turn respects the same kind
So, in order that we may be real
men and women, we must give up all
doubtful practice, and live now, as
some day, we will wish we had
GREENSBORO QUINT TAKES
HARD GAME FROM
Sebum and Briton Local Stars,
Shirley Caldwell, Cantey and Caflfey
Stars fof Winston.
Little daughter didn't feel very
loving toward her father just then,
and to her mother she went in a burst
of confidence: “Was papa the first
man whb ever proposed to you mam-
“Yes; but why do you ask?" asked
‘I was just thinking that you
might have done better if you had
'hopped around a little more."
At a hard fougiit contest the
Greensboro high school basketball
team defeated the Winston-Salem
quint, 30 to 21 on the Y. M. C. A.
court last Wednesday night.
Accurate shooting and excellent
guarding enabled the local quint to
defeat their lival.
I A large number of local fans wit-
I nessed the game which soon devel-
j oped into a royal battle. The Greens-
: boro five had the edge on the Twin
City locals both in guarding and
' shooting, but 'he visitors played brill-
■ iantly, never losing hope of winning
until the referee’s whistle blew.
Greensboro's team work was a
; large factor towards winning the
game, while the playing of Britton
I and Sebum, the Greensboro forwards,
' was also a great help.
Cantey, Coffer, and Caldwell led
the Winston-Salem highs in both
goal throwing and guarding.
' The Line-Up.
Coffer 1. f.
Substitutions: Hartness for Coffer,
Sapp for Wilson,
Goals: Daniels, 16; Britton, 9;
Sebum, 6; Cantey, 9; Caldwell, 8;
Coffer, 4. Refei'ee, Tyson.
A more solemn and serious occasion
was never witnessed at the Gi’eens-
boro High School! An observer would
have thought that the destiny of the
whole United States depended upon
, how the election was carried out and
; who was elected! The plan of voting
; for the High School Statistics was
that each pupil should register on
Tuesday, Jan. 17th, and should cast
the votes the following. Thursday.
Everything would be done in a nice
quiet, orderly way-—but no such elec
tion as this could be carried off
without a great deal of politics in
volved. It is true the pupils register
ed on Tuesday and cast their ballots
on Thursday, but my, a great deal
i can happen between Tuesday and
: Thursday. A great deal did happen
between this particular Tuesday and
Thursday. “Soap-Box” orations could
be\heard any time of day or night
on the school grounds in the cafete
ria, or even in the class room. The
teachers entered into the fun of the
election and gave very valuable ad
vice to those whose minds had been
bumfuzzled by some of the wonder-
i ful “soap-box’’ orations. Often the
(teachers soothed a troubled spirit by
I saying “He’s horribly good looking”
: “She’s awfully sweet,” so fourth and
' so fifth.
This is a . democratic age and the
Greensboro Highs are not behind the
; times, on Thursday by 4 o’clock every
High School pupil had cast an in-
! dividual, ballot. (Have pity on the
j ballot-judges I)
I No one should feel badly, for, no
' doubt, everybody in the High School
got a vote of some description.
The .statistics for the High School
are as follows, given in order:
1st Place 2nd Place
1. Prettiest, N, Irvin, L. Daniels
2. Sweetest Girl, R. Underwood,
3. Best Dancer, Girl, A. Brown, F.
Best Dancer, Boy, C. Hinkle, J.
Cutest, J. Thomason, F. Thomas
High School Baby, J. McAllister,
Most Musical. M. Little, P.
Best All Round, N. Irvin, W. [
Most Mischievous, Adams, M. '
Most Athletic Girl, D. Stinnett, ■
Most Athletic Boy, G. Danitls
Most Attractive, G. Fetter, N. :
Most conceited, N. Jones, G.
Most popular, N. Irvin, Green
Most Congenial, F. Harrison, W.
Most Studious, M. La.Barr, J.
Most Influential, N. Irvin, G.
Most Stylish Girl, V. Stainback,
Most Stylish Boy, W. Cooper, '
Most Entertaining, G. Fetter,
Most Original, C. Hinkle, E. [
Best Looking Boy, W. Cooper, G.
Most Businesslike, J. Wilkins, L.
Most Indifferent, J. Fordham, G.
Wittiest, C. Hinkle, P. Transou
26. Jolliest, S. Wynne, W. Green,
27. Laziest, V. Forsythe, J. Transou.
Leonard Temko Manager Baseball The Game Was a Fine Example of
and Andrew Bell to Lead the Good Basket Ball and True
Track Outfit. Sportsman.ship.
Baseball Outlook Bright
, The girls’ basketball team which
i doesn't know how to lose, added
At a meeting of the boys' athletic ' victory to its long string,
association of the school Monday in night when it defeated Dan-
the auditorium of the school building, ' school at the Y. M. C. A.,
the election of officers for the track game was part of a
and baseball squads for the 1922- ^‘'^^‘e-header at the “Y,’' with the
season was held. Leonard Temko,
a member of the Junior class, was
elected manager of the baseball nine,
, while Andrew Bell was chosen man
ager of the track men. Both mana-
' gers have begun negotiations to ar
range schedules for their respective
Already the boys are beginning to
talk baseball and ti’ack, and there
is every indication that the local
school will be represented by strong
; squads in these two branches of
athletic sports. Indoor work for the
! pitchers and catchers will be started
as soon as the strain of examina-
, tions has been removed. Special
I efforts will be made by the coaches
of the diamond performers to put
into the field one of the best high
school batteries ever produced in the
state. In order to make this possi
ble, the candidates for both ends of
Greensboro-Reidsville boys' game the
The Greensboro girls had an early
lead and held it throughout the con
test. At the end of the first half
the score was 17 to 4, in Greensboro’s
favor. In the second half Greensboro
slackened its pace somewhat, but
always held the upper hand, and
there was never any doubt of the
victor. Miss Johnson shot 8 field
goals, and Miss Fetter and Miss
Doris Stinnett also played well.
Doris Stinnett also played well.
Miss Musselman did well for Dan
u 1 , Substitutes: Qumn for Morgan,
the battery work will receive special - f c*.- *4. r. o..- ^
f 1 rluhardty for Stinnett. D.. Stinnett,
personal attention from men who are ’
uj 4: 1 • • , , ^0^' Fetter, Mvers for Clapp,
capable of coaching pitcher, and i
The work of the 1921 track and
cinder squad was of the highest
order, and it is hoped that the Gate
City athletes will take the lead in
the state high school event which
will be staged at Chapel Hill during
the spring months. Last spring the
local boys won the South-Atlantic
inter-scholsstic track meet which wa.s
staged at the University of Alabama,
Tuscaloosa, Ala. The manager of
the 192'2 track squad, Bell, was a
I member of the victorious team, and
, he also holds the state high school
I record for the mile which he set
at Chapel Hill last spring.
AI Purrington, a member of the
varsity track squad of the University
of North Carolina, will coach the
RALEIGH DEFEATED BY G. H. S.
IN FAST HARD FOUGHT
The Game Was Close Throughout
Characterized By Star M ork On
The Greensboro High School wound
up its ea.stern tnp Saturday Jan. 14,
1922, by sending down in defeat the
quintet from the Raleigh High School
in Raleigh. The score at the end of
the game was 29 to 23 in favor of
Greensboro. The score just about
tells the story of the game fairly
close throughout. Raleigh scored
track squad this year. Announcement ' points in the second
If . f„. "'h.le Greensboro scored their
greatest number in the first half.
The first half started with both
of the selection of a coach for the
diamond performers has not been
made yet. , , . ,
I The girls' athletic association of ®
the school is making great strides
this year, and the record made thus 4 . Daniels caged
4 baskets for his team during thiE^
penod and was easily the staiTing
player for the Gate City lads. Rush-
ton and Green scored the points for
Raleigh in this period. Henderson did
ing reports on the fine work which guarding woik for Greensboro
has been done this year were made, i '’’f allowing his
far by the girls on the basketball
floor is proof of the good results
which are being produced. At a
meeting of the athletic association
held this week, a number of interest-
Miss Nellie Dry, coach of the varsity i "’f". f '’f
girls’ squad, is very much pleased' if'**' j"!**
with the prospects for the season.
MISS SHYROCK DOING MUCH
guard. The half ended with the
score 17 to 9 in Greensboro’s favor.
In the second half Raleigh scored
2 more points than Greensboro but
were unable to rally enough to over
come the lead Greensboi'o had and
kept throughout the game. Daniels
Many New Books Added to G. H. S. and Sebum played stellar ball for
Library CoUection. Greensboro in this half while Rushton
I and Chappel scored practically all
In the future the boys and girls of of Raleigh’s points. Daniels* for
G. H. S. will not have to get the Greensboro and Rushton for Raleigh
librarian to hunt up reference work were the stars of the game while
for them. Miss Shyrock from Ma/y- both team.s, as a whole put out an
land is working on our catalogue | exceptionally good brand of basket-
system doing cross reference work ' ball. The game ended with the score
which will enable the pupils to find 29 to 23 in Greensboro’s favor
any subject which they wish, by re
ferring to the catalogue.
Probably this is because of the paral
lel reading which some have put oflf
till the eleventh hour. One day
recently, one hundred and five books
were given out; this is the largest
amount of books ever taken out of
the library in one day.
(Continued on page 4;
Substitutions for Raieigh: Green
for Rushton, Rushton for Green,
Chappel for Edwards, Warring for
Bagwell, Bagwell for Coley. Referee;
Denmark, Timekeeper, Williams.