Three Cheers and a Tiger!
The members of the football
squad were not the only heroes of
Saturday! The ardent group of foot
ball fans and fanetts who dared to
brave the chilly fog and mist of the
wee sma’ hours in order to meet,
cheer and congratulate their team
on their overwhelming victory over
D. M. I., should have a wreath or . • r , ,
. rp, j . , . opsis was given ot each play and
two. the squad as it stepped from r i i . . ^ ,
oo 1 1 j Ti 1 I I ; some ot the characteristics of the
no. 29 looked like they thought so, i t . .
* . 1 , . leading actor or actress. Assignments
too, so surprised were they at seeing i , . ,
' ® were next made to various members
The Dramatic Club i D^y which may be entered, such as; 'f
The Dramiatic club of Greensboro the 50 and 75 yard dashes, the relays, |
High School met Monday, Oct. 16,' and the basketball and baseball t
in room 2B. A large number of stu- throws.
dents were present. Miss Richards, Much interest has been shown in
head of the Dramatic club, presided the preceding plans. There will be
over the meeting. After the roll competition between classes, and the
was called, Miss Richards gave a girls feel that this Feld Day will be
very entertaining and interesting re- the best ever. Elsie Fluharty was
view of the latest best plays. A syn-, elected “student head” of Field Day.
50 large a group and hearing their
Not So Fast
A Play in One Act
By Helen Felder
of the club. They were given lead- Municipal Court Room,
ing characters in the dramatic world * ’ , ^ r ,
enthusiastic and ear splitting yells,
Hearty handclasps and slaps on the
back with the pulling of the heart-^ Flavius Jud;
strings on the fanetts were the nexti * j- r n j , , Shylock Traffic Cop
n 1 ■ i , ^ discussion followed as to the' - ^
on the program. Goodnights to the
to look up. References were also fur-
. • T 1 I, . , / suitable time to elect officers,
team were said as they were w hisked, rp, , . , ,
T j . 7 1 1 11 the election was postponed until the
away home and to bed by the loyal . ^ ^
, ^ I next meeting,
supporters flivvers. .
Probably the most humorous thing
of the evening (or morning) was.
Cassius City atty
Rrutus State Witness
Portia Defense Council
A Freshman Dream Juliet
T. Lyndon Bennett, of the class of Cicero Clerk of Court
the midnight feast at the little weinie | ’22 sends this clipping from “The curtain rises, door opens at
Stand opposite the station. This was : Technician,” the State College pa- ^igbt, Judge Flavius enters, ascends
indulged in by the rooters while ^ per, Raleigh. He is a freshman to bench and raps for order. At the
waiting for the cars to return. The there this year and is enjoying ev- table facing judge’s desk are Shy-
menu consisted of hot-dogs inters- ery minute of a freshman’s life, re- lock, Cassius and Brutus—At an-
persed with ilovely pnions, garlic ' gardless of dreams. other are Portia, Juliet, Rosalind and
and mustard, peanuts and bananas ; Hrere I am, in awful dread, J- Caesar.
furnished by a dignified (?) mem-1 Sitting straight up in my bed; Judge: “Court is now open. Mr.
her of the senior class. After a rol- Almost overcome with fear,
hckmg good time the bunch went: Trembling as the Sophs, appear,
home and to sleep. j ^ear them shout.
North Carolina College for Women
An A-1 Grade College Maintained by North Car
olina for the Education of the Women of the State
The institution includes the following divisions:
1st—The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, which is com
(a) The Faculty of Languages.
(b) The Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences.
(c) The Faculty of the Social Sciences.
2nd-—The School of Education.
3rd—The School of Home Economics.
4th—The School of Music.
The equipment is modern in every respect, including furnished
dormitories, library, laboratories, literary society halls, gymna
sium, athletic grounds, Teacher Training School, music rooms,
The first semester begins in September, the second semester in
' February, and the summer term in June. For catalogue and other
J. I. FOUST, President, GREENSBORO, N. C.
Clerk, announce the first case.'
Cicero: “Your Honor, the only
csae on the docket it that of J. Cae-
“All Fresh-: speeding.
Judge: “J. Caesar, are you guilty
The G. H. S. Debating Club of' they’re coming down the hall. guilty? '
1922-23 has started off in full swing ’ how heavy their footsteps fall. J' Caesar: “Not guilty!”
with a renewal of last year’s vigor ■ they’re in the room next door. Flavius: Mr. Cassius, introduce
and enthusiasm! The club met Tues-! Hark, I hear a bed go tumbling J'uur evidence,
day night, October 17, at 7:00 p. m. Shylock takes the stand,
at the High School. The election of ^ ^ hands and breathe a Cassius: “When and where was
officers for the year was the leading i prayer
business of the meeting. Miss Dor-! pray that the Sophs, won’t
sett, chairman of the committee of. hair,
faculty advisors, called the meeting they re here, right in the room;
to order. The following officers were ^ know I II be baldheaded soon,
elected: president, Charles Lipscomb, they ve got me and I heard one
’24; vice-president, Philip Jeffreys,
^25; secretary, Lucille Boone, ’24;
treasurer, William Neal, ’24; press
reporter, Thelma G. Floyd, ’23; au
thority on parliamentary law, Robert
Short inspirational talks were
made by each of the faculty advisors.
The members of this committee are
Misses Dorsett and Killingsworth
and Messrs. Lefler, Reeves and Kiser.
Matters of less importance w’erS *
J. J T., . T 1 A program
discussed.-1 he meeting adjourned at q
8:00 o’clock sharp.
“Get up, boy. Are you going to
sleep all day?”
I jumped out of bed, and to my sur
Found only my room-mate before
After all, it’s true, it seems—
The Sophs, didn’t come; ’twas
only a dream.
the defendant speeding?”
Shylock: “On forum Boulevard at
1:10 this morning.’
Cassius: “His speed was ?”
Shylock: “110 miles an hour,
measured with an hour-glass.”
Cassius: “What was he driving?”
Shylock: “A Ford.”
Cassius: The witness is with vou.”
Portia: “Come down.”
Brutus takes the stand.
Cassius: “Did the defendant pass
you at 1:10 this morning, if so, how
fast was he driving?”
Brutus: “I was driving leisurely at
50 miles an hour—he went by me so
fast I knew not who he was.”
Flavius: “Ft tu, Brute?”
Cassius: This concludes the evi-
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Room 103 Meets
The first meeting of room 103 was
held Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the first
part of chapel peroid. Miss Car
mel Ferguson led the devotional
part. The next was a musical pro-
gram, Miss \'a Carson beautifully
Fire Prevention Play
the first day of fire pre- dence, Your Honor.'
vention week, was in the form of a Rosalind takes the stand,
play on “Fire Prevention.” Each Portia: “Is the character of J.
member of the class ably represent- Caesar good or bad?”
ed some means of starting fires. For Rosalind: “Excellent, because last
example, some of the causes rep- niglit he was with Juliet and me at
resented were, “matches,” “gas,” the movies.”
“electricity,” “gasoline,” “light- Portia: “What time did he leave
and several other similar char- you?”
acters. They were tried in court and Rosalind: One o’clock.”
found innocent, except “carlessness,” Juliet takes the stand.
Portia: “How long have you
and what is his
rendered “Give Me All of You'
Miss Eleanor Barton should have and sent from
played a violin solo at this time but forever a man with- known J. Caesar
was unable to do so. Miss Rebecca ^ country. character?”_
Ogborii gave several selections at this members of Miss Flossie Juliet: “Why, he used to take me
time, “Nobody Lied,” “Don’t Bring, science class delivered very moonlight riding his chariot before
Me Roses.” The class song, ’’The,on fire prevention he bought his Ford.”
Trail to Long Ago” was sung and the ^ gave an illustration with py- J. Caesar takes the stand,
meeting then adjourned. The next The program w'as enjoyed by Cassius: “Were you driving as
program will be literary. each one went away w'ith the fast as you were accused of?”
to prevent fires, J. Caesar: “I was.”
feeling of wanting
bv being careful.
Cassius: “Your Honor, the defend
ant admitted his guilt. There is nc
use to go further.”
Portia: “Mv Client only admits
Final Report of Janies Wilkins, Treasurer, Greensboro
RECEIPTS- School Annual—1922.
For copies of Annual:
From Seniors $689.13
From Lower Classes 475.35
, ^ $1164.38
Gift -....7ZZZ"'.ZU''I io!oo
Assistance from Clubs 58.77
“Captain of Plymoth” $180.41
, . , $519.75
Assistance from “High Life” 137.16
TOTAL RECEIPTS ,. $2539.41
To J. P. Bell Co. (Printers) $1578.75
Bureau of Engraving 824.96
J. J. Stone and Co. (Printing) $9.00
ielegrams, etc., 2.82
W. E Giles, (expenses to printers and
incidentals for “Katcha-Koo,” etc.,..71.76 •
Refund to William Holt, for Annual not
High Life—for advertising 7.20
Bad check in ‘Katcha-Koo” receipts ....1.00
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $112.88 ^^516,59
BAL.ANCE, Paid to G. B. Phillips 22.82
The Glee Club
G. H. S. Football Song
(Tune Washington and Lee Swing.)
We’re rooting for you, boys of G.
H. S., Field Day which has heretofore his speed. I call your attention to
Of all the football teams you are taken place in the spring, will be the fact that the law only mentions
the best, held this year in the fall. automobiles and mortoreycles, and The High School Glee Club was
Vt e haven t seen the hne you can’t .All the girls interested in Field says absolutely nothing about “■'ganized about a month a-^o under
break through; Day met in chapel and Miss Hons- Fords.” the direction of Miss Harris d
At forward passing, circling ends, berger and Miss Morrow told them Flavius: “Pc)int well taken. De-. Miss Mratin. Since the maioritv'^of
you re bully, too. of the plans worked out for the sue- fendant dismissed.” the members are »irls we would b
When our big backfield hits the line cess of that much-looked-for event. Flavius: (To Shylockl “In future ''erv glad if more“ ot’the bo^
K-pluuk, This year the girls are to have remember that all eases concerning interested, because boys’ voices add
Ihey make the other fellows feel liigh-jumping. Jumping pits have Fords can only be convicted under » lot to part singin^
like junk; J'een made, and many girls will pro- the law against putting trash in the If all the hnv7»4 • 1 • , .
e 11 say our players have the spunk, bably participate in this sport. street and should be referred to the knew how mnefi f
I There are other events in Field sanitary department.” that '
Rah! Rah! Rah!
've also receive credit for this
kind of work, there would be more
The purpose of the club is to cul
tivate an appreciation for music, to
teach part singing, and to help
the songs in chapel. After more
practice, a few selections will be gi'’*
were chapel for entertainment
to show what is being done in the
Under the supervision of Mis*
Harris some splendid work is
pected this winter.