“HIGH” LIFE, APRIL 21, 1922
DURHAM DEFEATS G. H. S.
The G. H. S. Baseball Team went
back into their losing streak after
crushing Mebane, and fell victims
to the Durham High School aggre
gation, Apr. 3, 1922 by score of
7 to 4, at Cone Park.
Durham started things off right
away in their half of the first check
ing in for one counter. Satteifield
and 0. Byrd flied out to the outfield.
S. Holt then slapped out a single,
advanced 2 bases by an error and
a steal and then crossed the platter
by an error by the shortstop on
Kelle'y’s grounder. Kelly was caught
out stealing, for the third out. Dur
ham tallied twice again in the sec
ond while Greensboro only contrib
uted one in their half. Durham got
theirs on a hit and an error. Dur
ham and Sigley got to first by a
walk and a fielder’s choice, but were
caught at second. J. Byrd got hit.
got to second on a wild pitch and
then stole third while Carden was
at the bat. Carden then laced out
a triple scoring Byrd. And May
nard scored when the shortstop muss
ed up Maynard's grounder. They
were retired when Satterefild was
out via the strike-out route. Greens
boro got theirs when Bell was given
a free pass to first, after Cooper
han fanned, and came in home on
Wrenn’s triple. Wrenn was injured
sliding into third and Fordham went
in his place. But Swift popped to
third baseman and Taylor struck out.
Durham scored again in third by 2
hits and an error while Greensboro
went scoreless until the fourth in
ning when Green singled and crossed
the platter when Cooper hit. Durham
had a big time in the 6th inning and
crossed the platter 3 times, made
possible by a couple of singles and
S. Hilt’s doublle. Cooper pitched in-
invincible ball after this inning and
Durham went scoreless for the rest
of the game. But Greensboro
■couldn't connect up with Maynard’s
slants, could only contr,bute one
tally in their half of the sixth and
in the ninth. Green made the run for
Greensboro in the ninth practically
unassisted. He doubled, stole third
and then went home when the catcher
threw w’ide to the third baseman
in an effort to catch him at third.
For Durham, Maynard pitched win
ning ball while the hitting and field
ing of Green stood out for Greens
Score by Inning.
R. H. E.
Durham; 120 103 000-7 7 7 3
Greensboro; 010 101 001-4 465
Batteries: Maynard and Carden;
Cooper and Bell.
Umpires: Parks and Mackie.
the agate for 2 doubles and a circuit •
clout of four times at bat.
Score by Innings:
R. H. E.
Greensboro; 010 201 000-4 476
Durham: 300 300 020-8 8 5 6
Swift and Lambert; Cherry, Suit,
and Carden, Kelley.
Umpires: Honeycutt and Clifton.
DURHAM WINS AGAIN
ASHEBORO BEATEN 16 TO 14
Tuesday, Apr. 11, Greensboro High
School pulled a surprise, crept from
behind in the eighth inning indulged
in a batting spree, chalked* up 9
runs, thereby beating Ashboro by
the score of 16 to 14.
The game was a swat fest, as the
score indicates, with Greensboro do
ing the best swatting. Asheboro got
next Oden for the first 5 innings and
scored most consistently in each
inning except the 2nd. Oden was
then yanked in favor of Swift who
made short work of the opposing
batters and allowed them to score
only once in the 7th Canto. Greens
boro had not been hitting and with
score 13 to 6 at the beginning of the
sixth, things looked pretty blue for
the Purple and Gold supporters. But
with a new pitcher in the box,
Greensboro woke up from her cus
tomary slumber, long enough to
score* 9 i*uns which put the game on
ice for them, since Swift was hand
ling the Asheboro lads masterfully,
Greensboro scored again for good
-neansre in the 8th.
Johnson, W. for Asheboro, besides
pitching effective ball excepting the
6th inning hit the apple for a circuit
clont and a single. Cooper for
Greensboro, hit the apple on a lively
gait getting 3 half- circuits out of
5 tmes up. Swift of Greensboro,
pitched a no-hit game for the 4
innings, he was in the box and
struck out 6 men and didn’t issue
a single free pass.
Score by Innings:
R. H. E.
Greensboro. 100 419 010-16 16 14 9
Asheboro: 404 320 100-14 14 7 15
Batteries: Oden, and Swift, Lam
bert, W. Johnson, Phillips.
Umpires: Green and Cranford
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The Greensboro Highs journeyed
to Durham Apr. 7 and thew met
defeat at the Durham’s high’s hands
for the second time n a week by the
score of 8 to 4.
Durham made their runs in the 1st,
4th, and 7th innings while Greens
boro tallied in the 2nd, 4th, 6th
innings. Durham got three in the
first by 3 errors and a double by
Holt. They scored three again in
the 4th, by 2 errors and a home run
by G. Byrd. They got in the 7th by
an error and an other home mn by
the heavy hitting block. Holt. Greens
boro scored one in the 2nd, when
Black laced out a triple after Cooper
had gone on by an error by the
third baseman. Greensboro got their
two by hitting the apples. Four
singles by Lambert, Black, Cooper,
and Williams turned the trick. They
scored again in the sixth when Brit
ton walked and he scored by an error
and single by Cooper.
Swift for Greensboro pitched a
winning game and if he had had the
support of his team mates there
would probably have been a different
story* Green, Greensboro’s heavy-
hitting veteran, got his finger broken
in the first inning which will neces
sitate his absence from the field for
several weeks. Holt for Durham
wielded a very heavy stick, slapping
Miss Dry’s Science classes are ;
making a large collection of wild ;
flowers, most common to North |
Carolina, of their project for the'
im :i- of May, ■
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A Nice Place to Dine
The Freshman class was entertain
ed by the Commercial Club in the
High School Auditorium Tuesday.
There was a practice typewriting
contest between Gladys Holland, Lily
Hymes and Lucile Pettit, three of
the fastest typists in the type
writing class. They wrote for ten
minutes and then for one minute.
The highest number of words was
ninety-seven with one mistake. This
was won by Lucile Pettit who will
probably represent the Greensboro
High School at the coming contest
at the National Theatre, May 6th.
The following High Schools will be
present: Raleigh, Durham, Charlotte,
Winston Salem, Newton, The Greens
boro High School lost by a very
naiTOw margin last year at Char
lotte. They came so nearly winning
that the judges had to. send the
papers to New York to be corrected,
WinstonSalem has had the cup
for two years and if they get it
again this year they will be allowed
to keep it.
GO TO G. H. S.
Dear G. H. S. We love you
And we will do our best
Towards keeping you the finest school
North, East or South or West.
i We’ll study late and early,
I Will bum the- “midnight oil,”
I We will not shirk, we’ll do our work.
For you will gladly toil.
i And on the football gridiron,
j As on the baseball field,
I Thy ancient fame, thy glorious name,
Will never, never yield.
We’ll stand by you, forever,
Thy fame shall ne’er grow less.
So loudly now together—
Three cheers for G. H. S.
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