“HIGH'’ LIFE, FEBRUARY 10, 1922
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The Greensboro High School Bas
ketball Team sent the Raleigh quintet
down in crushing defeat Saturday,
Jan. 28, by the score of 32 to 17 at
Greensboro. The game was ragged
neither team displaying their usual
form. The most interesting feature
- on the floor was Mr. W. E. Giles’ All
Southern Syncopaters. They offered
music of the first water and were
probably the main reason for the
slow game in view of the fact that
the players seemed to be imbued with
a jazzy spirit.
The first half was a i*unaway.
Raleigh could not hit her stride and
was completely overwhelmed under
an avalanche of 17 points. They
were able to cage only one basket and
3 fouls. Chapel did most of their
scoring in this period. Daniels led
his team in this half on the number
of field goals scored while Britton
chalked up the most points for
Greensboro in this period shooting
2 field goals and 3 fouls. The half
ended with the score 17 to 5 in
The second half was much closer
mostly on account of Greensboro
substituting her second string men.
Britton shot all of Greensboro’s points
except 2 field goals while Edwards
shot all of Raleigh’s points except
1 field goal. . The half ended with
the score 32 to 17 in Greensboro’s
Substitiutions; for Greensboro; Wil
kins for Sebum; Williams for Tran
sou, Sellars for Henderson, for Ral
eigh; Coly for Green. Timekeeper:
Dorsett. Referee; Sharpe.
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Mr. White, formally of Stillman
High School, Stillman, Pennsylvania,
is a new teacher in our school this
semester. His subjects will be his-
toiy and sociology. He is especially
fitted to teach the latter, having
done some work with the Housing
Commission, and other social work
in Philadelphia. For a time he was
connected with the Bureau of Mu
nicipal Research in that city, and has
done some actual field work which
will be of benefit to him in his
course in sociology.
Sociology is a new course which
was begun only this semester, anJ
students of G. H. S. welcome Mr.
White as the new instructor of so
interesting a subject.
A man went into a Jew clothing
store and tried on a coat and vest.
While the Jew turned his back to
get the trousers the man ran out of
the store. A policeman came by
and pulled his pistol. The Jew called
out excitedly: “Shoot him in the
pants. The coat and vest is mine”
“Did you see my father in the
automobile the other day?”
“No, I, couldn’t see through the
bars but I knew he was in there.”
AN “IF” FOR GIRLS
If you can dress to make yourself
Yet not make puffs and curls your
If you can swim and row, be strong
, But of the gentler graces lose not
If you can dance without a craze for
Play without giving play too strong
Enjoy the love of friends without
Care for the weak, the friendless and
, the old;
If you can master French and Greek
And not acquire, as well, a priggish
If you can feel the touch of silk and
Without despising calico and jean;
If you can ply a saw and use a ham
Can do a man’s woi’k when the need
Can sing when asked without excuse
Can rise above unfriendly snubs and
If you can make good bread as well
Can sew with skill, and have an eye
If you can be a friend and hold no
A girl whom all will love because
If sometime you should meet and
And make a home with faith and
And you its soul,—a loyal wife
You’ll work out pretty nearly to my
The plan that’s been developed
through the ages;
And win the best that life can have
Y'ou’ll be, my girl, a model for the
A woman whom the world will bow
Elizabeth Lincoln Otis. ,
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the Greensboro High School as chair
The other members of the commit
tee are: Miss Coleman, of the North
Carolina College for Women; Miss
Cable, Roanoke Rapids, N. C.; Miss
LaRue McLawhorn, Fayetteville;
Miss Stacy Olive Smith, Winston-
This Committee met later in
Greensboro and after discussing the
■unsatisfactory conditions of basket-
' ball for girls, attempted a measure
of standardization, made plans for a
constitution, founded upon a point
system which will be the basis for
local high school associations. This
constitution is now being printed
and will soon be available for use in
the high schools of the state.
The plan is that through a point
system the girl will first obtain the
letter of her local school and then
as her points -increase she will
be awarded a monogram controlled
^ by the state committee. These ath-
' letic honors may be won through a
, large range of activities, namely,
i swimming, hiking, baseball, volleyball
; and basketball while the full signifi-
I cance of school athletics is encour-
; aged, the student completing in this
point system will be required to
■ make passing grade on three-fourths
of her subjects before she can quali-
A partial outline for the point sys-
, tern is given below> this, and the
; constitutions for the state and local
■ High School Girls’ Athletic Associa-
: tion, may be secured by writing Miss
Mary Morrow, Secretary, Greensboro
; Section I.
I 1. Regular and satisfactory work
i on any squad—20 pts.
j (A girl attending 60 per cent of
j the scheduled practices for a given
I sport is eligible for these points,
whether or not she makes the team),
I 2. Participation in any official
3. Participation in any field day
j event,—5 pts.; max.—20 pts.
I No contestant may enter more
i than 4 events.
4. First place in total field day
1 score—15 additional.
i First place in any one event—10
1 Second place in any one event—8
j Third place in total field day score
' —10 additional points.
' Third place in any one event—5
5. Hiking. For each mile,—1 point.
No score for less than three miles.
No season .score for less than 15
miles. All hikes to be taken under
supervision of some authorized per
6. Girls’ Leader Corps (season)
—2’0 points. , s
7. Swimming. One stroke—25 ’ I
points. , I
Each additional stroke—5 points, t
8. Citizenship. Passing grades in : |
three-fourths of all subjects for the |
three months previous to awarding |
letter necessary to qualify. |
Citizenship in school as determined **
by council,—10 to 25 points. , -
Office in Athletic Association,—
2 to 20 points. ^
9. Observing training regulation f
8 months—20 points. 4
Training regulations. 8 consecutive I
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T from Sox to Hat.
Remember, Cash system saves.
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Greensboro N. C., “The Old Reliable.”
This is the Friendly and Accomodating
Bank. ..A fine place to start your Sav
ings Account. ..If you will add to It
weeekly or monthly, you will be sur
prised at the amount you will save at
the end of the school year. ..Four per
cent, interest paid on Saving Accounts.
hours sleep beginning not later than 'Q
10:30; welL balanced diet; no tea or
coffee; only fruit or milk between *
meals; good “health card” record. ' 1
Section II. Honors. rr
1. For 200 points the local school ^
letter shall be awarded—as G. for ■ 4
Greensboro. ' |
2. These points shall be won as
follows: Citizenship, 10 minimum.
Elective from any group, 190.
3. For 400 points the state mono
gram shall be awarded.
These points shall be won as
Group 7, Swimming, 25 minimum.
Group 8, Citizenship, 15 minimum.
Group 9. Training, 20 minimum.
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“Did your sister marry a rich hus
“No, he’s a rich man, but a poor
“Have you been eating oranges?”
“I see the skin all over your face.”
Mrs. Harris,—“When he proposed,
did you tell him to see me?”
“I did,” replied Gladys, “and he
said he d seen you several times
but he loved me just the same.”
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