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Flax McAlister Treasurer
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The Girl’s Athletic Association
met recently in chapel and elected
officers for the term 1923-24. Dor
othy Albright was chosen president
and Flax McAlister secretary-treas
urer. Dorothy Albright was secre
tary-treasurer of the Association this
term and has managed the finances
of the organization in a most effi
Flax McAlister has entered into
all phases of athletics for girls,
having won a “G,” a “Y. N. C.” and
a Star. Her sportsmanlike spirit
has made her a much admired and
Both girls are very popular with
the student body and will command
the whole-hearted support of the
members of the association. With
these splendid officers the association
gives promise of having a most suc
cessful Year in 1923-24.
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The unprecedented has come to
pass! The faculty has been defeated.
To the varsity basketball team be
the glory, for it was that aggrega
tion of shining stars who administer
ed the defeat, score 4 to 3.
The game was only five innings
because it was late in starting. The
varsity started with a rush and it
looked like the faculty would be
swamped. The faculty loosened up
their hats however and succeeded in
putting one run across in the first,
and two in the fourth. Had a full
nine innings been played the Facul
ty probably would have won for
they were getting better every min
For the faculty the outstanding
stars were G. B. Phillips and J. M.
McFadden, the battery. There was
no individual star for tlie varsity
although John Sykes led his team at
the hat with two hits.
Score by innings R. H. E.
Faculty 100203 4 3
Varsity 3 1 0 0 0 4 6 3
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DR. A. P. KEPHART
GREENSBORO. NORTH CAROLINA
Though King Sol refused to show
his face and J. Pluvius was in his
worst humor, the Greensboro Invi
tation Track meet proved to be a
decided success. On a track that
was coated with mud several inches
thick and with a steady rain driv
ing in their faces one hundred and
twentv-five of the best athletes of
western North Carolina High
Schools were pitted against each
other at the local fair grounds Sat
urday, May 5. Pushed to her limit
hv Reidsville, the Queen City’s team
by steady and consistent running in
the track events carried off the hon
ors of the meet with a total of 38
The climax and the thrill of tiie
afternoon events came when Greens
boro’s relay team composed of
Thomas, Anderson, Newell, and Wy-
rick won the relay race. From the
moment the starter’s shot was heard
until Wyrick crossed the tape at
least 12 feet ahead of the Charlotte
man. the stands stood up, and cheer
after cheer burst from their throats
as they encouraged tlie fleet run
ners. Despite the downpour of rain
Greensboro and Charlotte kept pac
ing neck and neck, until Dick New
ell. captain of the G. H. S. team, in
a blaze of speed forged ahead of his
opponent J. Spoon and gave the last
G. H. S. man a lead with which he
won the race.
The results of the total points
were as follows: Charlotte, 38:
Reidsville, 31; Winston-Salem, 27;
Greensboro, 16, Burlington, 11;
High Point, 5; Elon college, 3; Po
mona and Thomasville, 0.
As to individual scoring Thomas
of Charlotte, and Miller, of Reids
ville, were tied with twelve points
each and. silver loving cups were
given to both hoys.
Greensboro, besides winning the
big race of the meet, finished first
in the quarter mile run. Then M.
C. Comer copped second in the in
tensely interesting low hurdles, and
Homey nosed out third in the hard
100-yard dash—Thomas, Clialr-
lotte, first; Houchins, Winston-Sa
lem, second; Grubbs, Winston-
Salem, third and Delaney, Reids
ville,, fourth. Time 10.10 seconds.
220-yard dash—Thomas, Char
lotte, first; Smith, Charlotte, second;
Grubbs, Winston-Salem, third; Coun
cilman, Burlington, fourth. Time,
first; Comer, Greensboro, second
and Ware, Charlotte, third. Time,
boro first; number, Charlotte, sec
ond; Stallings, Reidsville, third and
Jones, Winston-Salem, fourth. Time
first: Whitefield, Burlington, second;
Henley, Charlotte, third and Brooks,
Greensboro, fourth. Time 2:13.
first; Whitefield, Burlington, second;
Henley, Charlotte, third and Brooks,
Greensboro, fourth. Time 2:13.
Mile run—Fogleman, High Point,
first; Gallagher, Charlotte, second;
Homey, Greenslioro, third and Dug-
gins, Winston-Salem, fourth. Time
Shot put—Delaney, Reidsville.
first: Cox, Elon College, second:
Hodgins, Greensboro, third and
Jones, Burlington, fourth, Distance.
38 feet 6 1-2 inches.
Discus—Gillikin, Reidsville, first;
Jones, Winston-Salem, second; Rid
dle, Burlington, third and Goodwin,
Greensborb, fourth. Distance 99
feet, - 8 inches.
first: Gillikin, Reidsville, second;
Miller, Reidsville, third and Lewis,
Greensboro, , fourth. Distance 127
feet 4 inches.
High Jump—Miller, Reidsville,
first; Schiltz, Charlotte, second:
Ford, Winston-Salem, third and
Meintire, Burlington, fourth.
Broad jump—Miller, Reidsville.
first; Meintire, Burlington, second;
Thomas, Charlotte, third and Houch
ins, Winston-Salem, fourth, Distance
19 feet 1.5 inches.
Pole vault—Schiltz, Charlotte,
firstz, Charlotte, first; Neal, Reids
ville, second; Correll, Winston-
Salem, third and Anderson, Greens
The climax to what had been a
red letter day for the young Tar
Heel athletes came Saturday night
at the banquet given in their honor
at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
where cups and medals were award
ed the winners. The banquet, which
was featured by feasting, singing
and speech making and various
stunts was atttended by the young
athletes and by representatives of
the Civitan, Rotary, Kiwanis and
Lions clubs and by ministers, pro
fessional and business men of
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