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Dear G, H. S:
Howdy! We heard about your
i marvelous victory over D. M. I. last
Saturday. You can’t begin to know
how tickled we were. We thought
of a time, two years ago, when the
D. M. I. team played here. They ^
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The program that had been
planned for chapel Monday, Oct. 16,
turned up missing! Nevertheless
the full period was thoroughly en
After two songs were sung, the or-
I chestra, for the first time this year,
just simply walked over G. H. S. | with the selection, “Even
ing Breezes,” by Zamecnik.
Mr. Charles Phillips then told us
But you know the last laugh is the
longest. The last score is the larg-
est, too. So we give fifteen “rah^’^ j,, chapel Hill to see the
for the 1922 football team at G. H. ■ ^ ^
he managed to see all of the G. H.
The last part of the period was
spent in a pep meeting, due to G.
H. S.’s victory over Danville with a
score of 40 to 0, and also for the
the deepest pleasure because yo« are ,
giving us a whole column m 'High I 2O.
Life.” »e feel as important as a 1 ^ „p„senative from room 207
bug under a microscope. |
j proper occasion for applause. Here-
S.. Just keep on winning-
got the stuff in you to do it. ,
We think this year’s annual .and
“High Life” staffs are unusually well'
selected. Great things can be done!
by you. Everyone of us is filled with j
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After a whole month’s encamp
ment here, we have found that it I
takes the combined efforts of all
twenty-nine of us to keep the enemy
subdued to a reasonable degree. Tw'o
of our number have been rash
enough to attack Latin, that most fe
rocious of barbarians, single-handed.
Quite frequently sounds from the
fields of combat issue from the room
we must say, our dear friends al
ways come out whole and alive. This! ^ meeting wdth Miss Detwiler,
is for your ear, (We believe Latin i hiking club elected
will lose some of its conceit before Margaret Patterson as captain and
tofore we have applauded every
speaker on every occasion. There is
an improper time for applause, es
pecially after Bible talks and simi
lar serious subjects. If the students
would heed this advise, embarrass
ments, as well as bad impressions,
would be prevented.
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’22 gets through wits ill.
Practically all of us are still par-
ley-vousing. French is not nearly
as much fuii here as it was at G. H.
S. There are (this is to prove to
Miss Dorsett that we ain’t forgot the
learning she gave us last year) sever
al honest-to-goodness French wo
men on the faculty. They reel off
a thousand feet of French wljile we
WHERE quality TELLS
.The Passion Play as
Mr. Brooks Told It.
(Continued from page 1)
The next scene is where Pilate is
trying to release Jesus, because he
can find nothing against Him. Then
He is taken to Herod and then back
again to Pilate and at last He is giv
en over to the clamoring, fanatical
people. .Then in the next scene Ju-
We often find it quite hard to
get uj) for breakfast at 7:15, so that
we can begin the attack at 8:15. But
taken all in all life in camp is far ^en will be Thursday,
from bad. We are fed well, very
well. There is plenty of fun on our
plates. All ready there have been
several wonderful parties.
The thing that set us on our ears
at first was the announcement that
we had to have two examinations—
a medical and a physical one. Gee!
but we were scared! We were al
most ready to decamp.
Dorothv Allbright press reporter.
Plans and aims for the new work
were discussed. The aim of the club
is to give activity to the girls who
can’t or do not take part in the more
strenuous activities; also to give
points to the girls who are taking
part in more strenuous activities. It
was decided that no points will be
given to a person unless she hikes
three miles or over on each trip.
She will get no credit unless she
hikes fifteen miles during the year.
Regular hiking day for the fresh-
The day for
the other classes has not been decided
upon. There will be heaps of fun
in store for those who take part in
hiking—weinie roasts, steak fries,
and other good things to eat will be
ready for them.
The first hike was last Saturday
morning. The girls met at the High
School and the Church of the Cov-
The whole enant and from there walked out to
Liiidley Park, where they roasted
weinies. There were about twenty-
was a farce. So we tell you
experience that a thing that
scares you is really small or insig- present. We hope to have a
nificant if you march right up to larger number for our next hike.
it and hold your bayonet drawn. The
facilllv here quite took our breath Mr. BarilBS AfOUSBS IH-
away w hen we first began attending tGr6St in PaSSiOTL Pla^y
remorse at what he has done and
what is awaiting him in eternity. He
soon finds that money is not every
The most impressive scene of all
is where Jesus is being crucified.
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(Continued from pasc 1)
At a meeting of all the basketball
girls, IMarjorie Blair was elected
sport head. The various captains of
the class teams were elected as fob ,
lows: Senior, Carlotla Johnson; Jun
ior, Elsie Fluharty; and Sophomore
and Freshman captains are yet to be'
Miss Morrow is coaching the Sen-!
ior and Junior teams at present,
while Miss McAlister is coa'. hing the,
Sophomore team and Miss Mitchell
the Freshman. Under the leadership |
of these cajilains and coaches wej
know we are going to iiavc the best
class teams ever. '
If the present plans are carried
out, the class championshij) will l)e
played off during the months of No
vember and |December. In these
games we are going to see some real
Scrubs Hold Asheboro
(Continued from page 1)
with their backs Uo lEe wall the
Greensboro defense stiffened and
held Asheboro for downs. Then is
when the opportunity was lost. By a
series of line jilunges and end runs
and a pretty forward past. Butner to
Thomas, the ball was carried to Ash-
boro’s five yard line. Here Ashboro
das is suffering with the agonies of They invariably call us (Continued from page i)
Miss This or That. “Is our powder try to live so that their lives may Ire-
on straight?” Do we look all right”? Hay the true character of the saints.
We are grown-ups. It is a queer lire personator of Ghrist consid-
feeling. ars his part an act of religious de-
Here’s great news for the “weary' motion; he and the other principal
followers of Aeneas,” or of Miss performers are said to be selected
You can see the marks of the nails Gressitt or of anyone else. One may for their holy life and eonsecratiSn
in His hands and feet. Then when ^ q fj g. and then conic; to their work of prayer,
the sword is struck through his side, jg ]\( g. C. W. and be con- The actor who has taken the part j held G. H. S. for downs by two inch
the blood gushes out as though it gidgrgd a pavant. If you doubt the of Judas three different times is j es. At this point the ball went over to
was really the actor’s own blood. veracity of this statement ask anyone said to live a life secluded from the [ Ashboro and the whistle blew for the
The last scene is the Resurection g£ ^j^g fossilized professors here what rest of the village. j end of the first half,
where Jesus is risen from the dead jj^g^ think of the girls who were The players, about 700 in number, | In the second half came some pret-!
and appears to his disciples. boobs at G. H. S. last year. are all villagers, who, though they ty running by Cole for Greensboro
This play impressed upon Mr. Will not some one of you please have no artistic instruction except ^ and Burns for Ashboro. Both backs
Brooks that our only guidance is the tell Miss Gressitt for us that she nev- from the parish priest, act their parts | showed speed and line crushing abil-
Pilot. Without Him life was dark gr told us anything about two planes with much dramatic power and with ity. The game ended with the hall
and dreary. It also meant to Mr. being parallel to one another. My a delicate appreciation of the har-1 on Ashboro’s twenty yard line with
Brooks that if all people tried to live goodness! but we have to learn it aclers they portray. A'- H- S. working hard for touch-
as these people tried to live there here. The gospel narative is closely fob ' down, trying pass after pass,
would not be so much strife or hard- Here are our complete congratula- lowed: the acts alternate with tab-; For Greensboro the playinj
to Miss Jane Summerell: We leaux from the Old Testament and Turner in the line and Cole in the,
help but rvondei' how she choral odes. ' backfield stood out. Burns for Ash-
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trouble and for guidance in the friends,
rough patliwav of life. The girls of 22 at N. C. C. W .
While Mr. Barnes was in the little j boro was the outstanding player,
village, he was much impressed by, The line up for G. H. S.—Ogburn
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