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THIRD ANNUAL INIERdASS
FIELD DAY MAY TWENTIETH
Friday afternoon, April 20, is the
time scheduled for the third annual
Inter-class Field Day conducted by
the Girls’ Atliletic association. It is
to take place at Cone Park at two
o’clock sharp. Everyone with class
spirit should plan to go and back
up the teams, cheering them on to
play their best.
A committee has been appointed
to arrange for transportation and
cars will be chartered to take stu
dents to the Park, each one pay
ing his own fare.
A full program of events is ar
ranged, including dashes, throws,
jumps, barnyard golf, and relays
of various types. An interesting
afternoon is promised for spectotars
as well as contestants.
Prizes will be awarded for all
individual events and a silver cup
to the class winning the largest
number of points. Watch the bul-
! letin board for any announcement
which may be of interest to you.
I j Not a student should miss this
i j event. It is one of the big days
■ on the high school calendar. Don’t
be a slacker. See your teamj
through to the finish.
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April 17 Baseball, Graham, at
April 19 Baseball, Durham-, at
April 20 Baseball, Fayetteville, at
April 20 Girls’ Field Meet, Cone
April 21 Track Meet, Guilford.
April 21 Declamation Contest,
Guilford Robert Merritt.
April 21 Recitation Contest, Guil
ford, Virginia McCIamrock.
April 21 Baseball Championship
May 4-5 Selection Tennis Meet,
May 5 Typewriting Contest, Dur
May 5 Hi-Y Social.
j ASHBY PAMPLIN WINS
I Ashby Pamplin has again
I won distinction with his vio-
I lin. By request he played in
i -Washington, D, C. at the
i 27th free public coricert of
! the Community Music Asso-
I ciation held by the Central
I High School. His audience
i was so charmed with his ar-
i tistic touch, tone and technic
that it applauded him gener
ously and called him back for
a third number. Mrs. Jess
Alderman, his teacher, ac
companied him on the piano.
The Washington Times-
Herald carried a picture of
Ashby, with the head, “Boy
Violinist is Concert Star,”....
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Mothers Honored With Delight
fContimied from nace 1)
Following these talks were a read
ing “To Mother” by Catharine Cox,
and two poems, also “To Mother”
by Elizabeth Thornton and Cath
In a talk the subject of which
was “The Mother, The • Daughter,
The School,” Miss Killingsworth
spoke of the splendid work which
has been carried on this year by
. the Girls’ Council. She ended by
, expressing her appreciation for the
co-operation of the Mothers with
the teachers. Miss Edna Tyre fol
lowed this with some advice to the
The program was supposed to
end when the teachers, who were
serving as witnesses, answered with
a clever song the toast to themselves
, by Louise Smith. However every
one was enjoying her self so much
that she could not take herself away,
so the jollity was continued with,
two impromptu toasts, one to Mrs.
Comer by Virginia McClamroch,
and the other to Miss Killings
worth by Charlotte Van Noppen.
At this point the toastmistress
Newswriters’ Club has Successful
(Continued from page 1)
club to acquaint its members with
methods used in publishing a news
paper, taking for its special notice
the High School Newspaper. As a
climax to our study we offer this
edition of High Life and feel sure
that it has benefited because of our
efforts. The work of this club is
not terminated by the getting out of
this edition of High Life, by any
means. This group hopes to make
a trip to one of the newspaper
offices to see the actual publications
of a daily newspaper, as one of the
features of the program for the
remainder of the year.
One of our dearest friends, who
has dropped in now and then to
offer a little bit of his invaluable
services whenever needed, is Mr.
“Chawlie Gawge” Phillips. The
members of this club are: Julian
Johnston, Pete Stinnett, Bertha Fer
ree, Helen G-'fipp, Josephine Oavant,
Lota Lee Troy, Thomas Neal. V''il
liam Sp’'ir.k]e, IMarjorie Blair, Leon
ard Temko, Chilton Jackson. Miss
Tyre is faeuliy director.
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N. Elm St.—Five Points—McAdoo Heights
Modern Language Conference
Continued from Page one
curriculum, we feel we have taken
a step forward that will lead many
other high schools to follow.
Friday evening the conference en
joyed a most excellent address on
“The Preparation of the Modern
Language Teacher” by Dr. La Warr
Benjamin Easter of Washington Uni
versity, after which the Trinity col
lege faculty gave a reception at the
faculty club house.
On Saturday Morning at the
I'rench Department Session, Miss
Coleman again won the interest and
approval of all the French instruct
ors present, when she very efficiently
discussed “Extra-Class Activities in
Teaching French.” In illustrating
one point of her talk, she exhibited
several French posters made by G.
H. S.- boys and girls. The entire
conference was especially interested
in these splendid posters. This
week Professors of Thinity College
are using these posters in their
classes to show the college students
what excellent work in that line
high school pupils, like Greensboro
possesses, can produce.
For next year the following offi'
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bade the guests goodnight and every i cers were elected; president. Miss
one left feeling pleased with her- | Eliza Poole of Raleigh high school;
self and her neighbor. Not a j secretary and treasurer. Dr. Meta
little, but a great deal, of this state | Miller of N. C. C. W. With these
of mind was one to the excellent j excellent leaders, the Modern Lan-
four-course dinner which was served i guage Conference of our State is ex-
and which consisted of a cocktail, a
I chicken course, marshmallow salad,
and ice-cream and cake.
peeling another splendid convention
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