GIRLS WIN FROM REIDSVILLE
BOYS LOSE TO CHARLOTTE
The high school teams split the
double header played at Neese’s
Hall, on h'riday night, Feb. 9,
girls winning and boys losing.
The girls began first and won
from Keidsville, 98 to 23. The
boys put up a mighty good fight,
but lost to Charlotte by a score
of 28 to 17.
The girls were the leaders of
their opponents in nearly every
phase of the game. Their caging
showed form which any one
could well be proud of and the
passing was noticeably accurate.
This is the second time our girls
have sent the Reidsville team to
defeat, the other game being play
ed on enemy territory.
During the first half the team
outplayed the Reidsville team to
the score of 17 to 4, but in the
latter half their pace slackened
and the Reidsville girls played a
bit the better game.
Margaret Patterson was the
outstanding player for Greens
boro, throwing 8 field goals but
the whole team put up a nice
game. I'or the visitors Miss But
ler played an exceptionally good
game, caging 8 field goals.
The second game, between the
Charlotte and Greensboro boys,
was a fast, clean game from whis
tle to whistle. The Charlotte
team showed themselves a little
more experienced than the
Greensboro team, and that fact
was responsible for the outcome
of the game. While the visitors
passed no better than the locals,
Greensboro’s shooting ability did
not seem quite so sure as that of
The Charlotte team is one of
the best that the team has met
this; season, and they seem ito
have profited by long shots. The
guards for the Greensboro’s team
were of such quality, that the
stoiy would ])robably have been
a different one if the Queen City
lads had attempted to get nearer
For Greensboro, Goodwin play
ed a good game, while Sellars
played an exceptionally pretty de
fensive game. For Charlotte,
Ward and Harris played a fine
Substitutions :—Morris for Car
michael. Referee, J. C. Frazier.
Monday, F'eb. 2(1, Fresh, vs.
Wed. Feb. 28, b'resh. vs. Senior.
Friday, .Mar. 2, Soph. vs. Jun
Monlay, Mar. 5, Final game
between two teams having high
stead of having chicken for their
meat as we do they have tur
key. A dessert made out of ba
nanas was a typical South Amer-:
Ifveryone in the room enjoyed:
MONOGRAM CLUB MAKES
A NEW START
After a lapse of the fall term
the monogram club was organiz
ed. The members of the club be
lieve it will have a most success
ful season under the new man
agement of Coach J. M. McFad-
Th‘e purpose of this club is to
bring the letter men of the differ
ent sports of G. H. S. into closer
connection with one another; and
to try in every possible way to
put the various teams that rep
resent, “The old purple and gold,”
on a higher plane of sportsman
It was decided in our initial
meeting to sell candies and soft
drinks at the basketball and base
ball games. The receipts from
these will go to paying for the
pictures of the sponsors in the
annual. The sales of the first
game since the organization of
the club amounted to between $9
The following officers were
elected for the term of 1933. Bruce
Greene, president; “Knot” Wil
liams, vice president; Buster
Swift, Secretary and treashrer.
CLASS BASKETBALL SERIES
NOW IN FULL SWING
The boys' class basketball se
ries is now in full swing. Great
interest is being shown in these
games and spirit is running high
among the teams. If heated
games are enjoyed, then the stu
dents are missing a great deal of
The record of games won and
■Senoirs won 2 lost 0
Juniors won 2 lost 1
Sophs, won 1 lost 2
Freshs \\ on 0 lost 3.
The schedule as it continues is
as follows: .Ml these games are
to be played at Neese’s Hall at
four o'clock in the afternoons.
Friday, F'eb, 16, I'resh. vs. Sen
^Ion. Feb. 19, Sophs, vs. Sen
Wed. F'eb, 21, Fresh, vs. Jun
Friday, Feb. 23, Junior vs. Sen
IMISS VIELE’S TALK
Last Tuesday room 1U6 had
one of the most interesting pro
grams winch they have had this
year. The program committee
was fortunate enougnt to get
Miss V leie to tell us her expe
rience as a teacher in a govern
ment school 111 Bania, South
America. Miss Viele was a mem
ber of a party of scnoof teachers
sent out by the, Cnited States
F'irst she told us about their
departure from New York on a
cold day in January in 1918. This
was during the war, so their
trunks and packages had to be
opened and examined before they,
sailed. It was not at all pleasant
to have their clothes unpacked
and thrown on the dirty floor.
They sailed on the “Sago.” This
was a boat which carried Caruso
over the English sea. lit was
large enough to accommodate
seventy-five in the First Class.
iMiss Viele told us that she, and
' another member of the party were
sea sick at first; but that was
over after a short time and they
had a very pleasant voyage.
She went to Bahia, which is
on the east coasf of South Amer
ica. Here she found the people
rather dark and unhealthy. This
was true because they do not eat
Miss \’iele told us that she did
not like the food there; but she
did like their onions. This was
about the only food which she
enjoyed except the canned goods
I from the United States. They
were allowed to eat but very
little meat. On account of the
dry season the cattle had been
dying; so the meat was not good
-Miss Viele spent part of the
time in Rio I)e Janeiro. Here
the food was much better. In
MEMBERS OF HI-Y NO. 2‘
Saturday night, January 7,
Hi-Y club. No. 2, gave a banquet |
at the Y. M. C. A. building. All
members of the club, except two,
were present and had a girl friend:
with them. Mr. Charles Phillips, j
w'ho si at the head of the club,:
was prAent with Miss Horns-
berger, iMr. F. R. Casper, the
“Daddy” of the Fli-Y was also
there and had charge of the pro
The first things on the program
were some games around the ta
ble which were led by Mr. Cas
per. Much fun was had by all
in these games. The next thing
was a “toast to the girlies,” by
Tro.xel Reynolds and response
from Garrett Gregory. Next was
the introduction of the guests.
Some more games followed this,
and then some music was furnish
ed by Meessrs. Little. Brooks,
Shelton, and Hallqr. The last
things were some jokes, on all
present, which were furnished by
James McAlister. Then there
were some talks by Mr. Casper,
Mr. Phillips and Miss Horns-
The reader is to understand
that we were eating all this time.
The banquet was over after the
talks. An enjoyable time was
had by all.
MISS SUMMERELL’S PARTY
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groups. Each group was required
to act out a familiar song. The
songs that were given were
“Sweet and Low,” “I’m F'orever
Blowing Bubbles,” “Brighten the
Corner,” and “Rock of Ages.”
Shortly after this each person
was given a dainty little valen
tine favor to find his table, at
which all enjoyed ice cream and
cake and peanuts.
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ed, unmarried, imagines' .she is
beautiful, Romantic. Now isn’t
that just like Margaret Levering
to think she is beautiful.
Helma: Sweedish servant girl.
Utterly blank expression. Nan-
Jones: Traveling salesman,
cy Little always did look blank,
good-looking, looks like success.
Now, who but Robert Irvin covild
fill this part?
Ebenezer Goodly : Prof, of anat
omy, 50-years old, devoted to
study, subdued in manner and
speech. William Sprinkle is a
promising young prof, and we all
know bow devoted he is to study.
Richard Heatherly: Engaged
to Marjorie, 24 years old, one of
the boys, but subdued in the
presence of the Puritanical Good
ly famih’. You know Norman
Cooper is just one of the boys
and engaged!!! Not a bit surpris
.■\ntony Goodly, 1). D.; Bishop,
•lO-years old, manner sauve.
.speech soft. English accent. Rob
ert Wilkins is certainly an idea!
D. D. and Bobby has such a soft
dder: Tvpical Irish politi
cian. Fat and gaudy. Now be
hold; none 'other than Leonard
Bigbee: Inmate from a sanita
rium. We have always thought
of Moulton Avery as being rath
I'uller: Supt. of sanitarium, 40
years old. Show us some one
that Clinton Jackson can't handle.
In order to get credit each per
son must appear in some public
program. Of course all of the
members of the, Dramatic club
can not appear in “What Hap
pened to Jones.” So, the remain
ing members will make their de
but in a chapel program in the
GYM CLASS ORGANIZED
On F'ebruary 8th at the Y. W.
\ C. A. Hut, twenty-four teachers
from the High School and vari
ous grade schools of the city re
ported and organized as a class.
: This group, will meet once a week
' in Physical Training including
at the Y. W. C. A. Hut for work
; marching, exercises, dancing,
games and a general good time
•Many more are planning to join
' and should plan to be out for the
next meeting. The class is being
I directed by Mrs. H. W. Park and
Miss Lottie Plowden. Kindly
watch your bulletin boards for
any further information in regard
to time or place. This class will
benefit you physically as well as
socially. Every woman inj the
city schools and wives of faculty
members are welcome.
TALK ON BASKETBALL
Mr. George T. Hepbron of Or
ange, N. J., Secretary of. the Na
tional Rules Committee on Bas
ketball for Boys and Girls and
well known in sporting circles,
gave an intesting talk in chapel on
the “.Spirit of the Game and F'air
Play” and discussed the rules for
1923. I'ollowing this meeting he
went to White Oak Y. M. C. A.
and to Bessemer High School
and gave similar talks. In the
evening he met the varsity team
from the High School at the Y.
M. C. A., went through the rules
in detail and ably answered many
questions asked by the boys.
Many thanks are due Mr. Hep
bron, for we enjoy him and ap
preciate his visits to Greensboro.
Katherine Gregory: “What on
earth are you doing, Marjorie?”
Marjorie Blair: “Trying to figure
how I can fill nine dates in three