RULES GOVERNING THE
AWARD OF CERTIFICATES
These women are probably the best
athletes of Europe.
According to Miss Coleman, the
women of the British Isles are true
The following system was adopted,
by the athletic council in the spring'
of 1922. It has worked successfully
and will be followed during this
year. TJie certilicate is very attrac
1. Football—12 full quarters,
plus approval of coach.
2. Basketball—10 full halves,
plus the approval of coach.
3. Baseball—60 full innings for
all positions except pitcher, plus ap
proval of coach. Pitchers may pitch
as low as 40 innings and with the
recommendation of the coach re
ceive a certificate.
4. Tract—1st, 2nd, and Srd\
places in the State meet at Chapel
Hill. 1st and 2nd places in any
other meet in which as many as five
schools take part.
5. A block 6 inch “G” will be the
Standard letter for all sports. This
may be bought by any student who
has a certificate.
6. A star will be awarded for each
additional year in any sport. The
captain may wear a star with a cir
cle around it.
7. At the end of each season the
coach must hand the record of the
individual members of the team to
the Council with recommendations.
The Council will formally make the
est and most admirable of athletics.
They excel in many sports, but seem
to be exceptional hikers. One thinks
little there of walking ten or fifteen
miles a day just to have pink cheeks.
The men of England are also fine
luxurious automobile. I was cast in
to one corner and we drove off.
When I was taken from the box I
found myself in a very expensive
uptown office. The young man bent
over his desk, signed some papers,
then picked me up. 1 was then put
into a tiny little machine and a great
punch came that nearly knocked me
senseless. Such pain! When 1 came
to myself and out of that terrible
athletes. W^herever the British sol- place the young fellow looked at mv
diers make their camp, they always poor scarred surface with satisfac-
teach the boys and girls their games, tion. Just imagine! On the upper
left hand side of me on the front
North Carolina College for Women
An A-1 Grade College Maintained by North Car
olina for the Education of the Women of the State
Nov. I, 1922.
G. H. S. Athletic Association
Dorothy Albright, Treas.
PROGRAM TO BE FOLLOWED
BY THE BASEBALL TEAM
Fayetteville game ..
Money for equipment
Dues & Tickets Oct.
Burlington game ..
Dues & tickets Nov.
Expense of Visiting
Truck for team
Tennis—H. Lefler ...
Tags & tickets
Coach: Mr. Phillips,
will be appointed later.
Manager: John Sikes.
page the letters “V. K.’’ were stamped
I in gold. Then he reached for a pen
i and started writing. I had already
I suffered enough, and yet felt quite
I puffed up when J saw how really fine
4 looked. He wrote very well for a
I man and, finally, after writing on
I me for half an hour and using twelve
j or fifteen pages, he put me in an en-
j velope and addressed me to Chicago.
I After this I was put into a little box
j with some official papers and carried
!out to be mailed by the ojce boy.
At the Post Office I was thrown
with the very lowest kind of associ
ates. I held myself aloof from them,
however, and although a few insig
nificant cards and letters and one
lumbering old package tried to get
me into conversation I just gave them
a withering, contemptuous look that
silenced them. Soon all of us were!
thrown—just imagine! I was throwJi^
! across to another place where a man I
■ gave me a stunning blow around the
I stamp that ruined my outside beauty.
I When T regained consciousness I was
I being speeded toward the Grand
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.
Balance on hand ..... .. 163.43 i f'*"* auto-waRon.
C. W. Phillips, Faculty Mgr. *e station, we were sepa-
rated into different dirty, bags and
Time allowed from schoool for Autobiography of a Letter a train. No one spoke,
games, including Championship Se-; ^ better, am hound to write my'
every one of us was stunned. Not a
* T, Fv. l..cillci, ctin uTiuiici lo wine mv j i .*i
minus the final game at Chapel . , . u a/i • i word was spoken until we were again
^ autobiography. My associates here . i • . .i i • i r f.
c J-,.. i„„.. ; c I J J separated into the same kind of dirty
this mother-of-pearl box have
Hill—5 school days. Four last per
iod classes will be allowed and not' j . n l . ‘
, , ^ , urged me to tell them about myself , i-ff
counted in the five days. ' j t » n fU i u ii • • corners.
' 1 , r ^ them I shall write it
15 games will be allowed berore
Championship Series—8 scrub games
must be played if possible.
State rules require passing grades
on a majority of the work in the pres
ent term. Trips should be planned
without losing money. Local teams
must entertain visiting teams.
G. B. Phillips.
mail hags as before and pitched into
The old package
was with me, and when he spoke 1
murmured an apology for my actions
ill the post office, because 1 felt that
since that post office man had stamp
ed my face 1 was in no condition to
look down on anyone. After a lo.ng
trip we finally arrived in Chicago.
, , , ^ . , 1 was taken from the hag, looked at,
back to the stationerv department. .i . .i i , ^
, J \ , , 1 thrown to another bag and earned
We. mv associates and 1. watched her
down for the world to know.
T was on a shelf in one of the big
gest stores in New York. I was there
with some cousins and manv friends.
We were all friends and had a jolly
good time together. One day a very
beautiful girl came into the store and
PROGRAM TO BE FOLLOWED
BY THE BASKETBALL TEAM
with interest to see which one of us
she would choose. She was so beau
tiful and pleasant that we all wanted
to he chosen. 1 knew 1 would not
Coach: Mr. Parks. Assistants will I’e chosen because 1 am not dainty
be appointed later. Manager: Spen- perfumed; but 1 was much inter-
cer Adams. ested in one of iny little cousin's ex-
Time allowed from school forhowever. She, my cousin,
games including Championship Se- beautiful and dainty. She is
ries, minus final game at Chapel Hill kivender and slightly violet scented.
—5 school days. Two periods missed fair Lady asked to see some la-
at the end of the day may be allowed, vender stationery, and the salesman’s
Fifteen games will be allowed before hand came right at my little cousin.
Chainpionsliip Series, ten Seriib i sorry to see her go, hut her
games nui.sl lie played if possible. j^y at being taken wiped out any
State rules require passing of a grifl I might have in parting. The
majoritv of the work of the pres- fair Lady said she would take her.
ent semester as well as monthlv work, so the salesman put her into a very
Trips should be planned so as not to pretty box, wrapped her neatly and
lose monev. Local team must enter- lianded her out with a how. The Fair
away by a big man in a gray uni
form. In about two hours, after wan
dering all over the world, as it seem
ed. 1 was delivered at the door of a
big mansion. A liveried person look
me on a tray, handed me to a girl in
black with frilled cap who in turn
handed me to a gray-haired ladv who
gave me to—just imagine my aston
ishment—the Fair Lady! She gave a
delighted scream, and cried, “Oh.
Aunt Anna, it’s from Jim!” She
then read me. I was folded carefully
and put with a loving pat into this
mother-of-pearl box with other let
ters addressed by the same hand as 1
1 was very intelligent, so I put
“two and two together” and conclu
ded that my young man and my
cousin’s fair Lady were in love. So
my cousin. I decided, had gone to
my young man and I to her Fair
Lady. 1 am very happy again be
cause 1 receive only occasional read-
i-’gs and loving pats. Mv associates
are of the best because thev are all
very nearly like me.
—Martha J. Broadhurst.
lain visitina: team.
G. B. Phillips.
Lady smiled and walked away. I
lieard the salesman talking to a sales
woman later and from their conver
sation 1 learned that the Fair Lady
Miss Coleman Speaks to
Athletic Association wealthy, and 1 was glad he-
loiitiniied from page 11 cause my little cousin loves wealth
was passed down from mother to ‘i^d luxury.
daughter. Next morning 1 was thinking of mv
The first thing that the Czechs did ousin and feeling rather lonesome
after establishing a stable govern- when a young man came in. He was
ment. was to build a large gvmna- vtiv handsome and seemed to he a
sium. Last year over 4.000 women niJin of wealth. (1 can always tell
participated in an athletic festival when they are wealthy by the wav
held in this gymnasium. They have -Mr- \Lade smiles, hows and speaks),
a point system similar to G. H. S's. This young man wanted some sta-
wherehv lionors are awarded to the tionery. I was taken down almost
Miss McAlister; What were the
Egyptian kings wrapped in when thev
W'endeil Clem: Asbestos. They
were preparing for the next world.
1 want the “Wife
immediately, purchased and put into of Julius Caesar.”
The highest and most coveted hon- a plain gray box. The young man Miss Colvin: Brutus is ahead of
is the old time laurel wreath, i carried me out, and ive entered a, you.
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