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Edited by Vibginia Jackson |
The Jraiiual Arts Weekly of the Man
ual Arts High School, Los Angeles,
Cal., has ranked A-1 in high school
journalistic circles. It looks like they
are holding their own. But as brother
editors, we are daring to suggest that
too much originality in news articles is
fast drowning your journalistic dignity.
Breckenbridge Times is from the
Breckenhridge High School, San Anto
nio, Texas. We like the sheet! Your
“society columns” were good, and we
look for improvement as news devel
ops. You evidently have a first-rate
artist in your midst—keep him at work.
Roosevelt Nezvs comes to us from the
Roosevelt High School, Seattle, Wash
ington. Since we are ever on the alert
for technical details, we immediately no
ticed that the News produced a per
fectly balanced front page. To make
your paper even better, couldn’t you
scatter your ads and give your adver
tisers a square deal? That was a “cute
trick” putting your editorials on the
clever back page. But how about dis
tributing them? We don’t like our soup
and dessert on the same platter.
B rackety Ack is the news-sheet from
Roanoke College, Salem, A^a. A small
paper containing excellent subject mat
ter. A"our editorials are especially fine.
Taller. Boys High School, Atlanta,
Ga. Congratulations, Tatler! Keep up
the good work. We like you a lot, and
we are expecting great things from you.
Wouldn’t it be more journalistic to put
on the front which high school in At
lanta you are representing? AA^e almost
guessed Tech High! Amur “directory”
is a good idea. AYe also liked your
“society column.” That is system sure
enough—having a regular exchange.
We’ll try to get ours there on time.
High Life carried a very large ex
change list last year and hopes to have
an even larger list this year. Some of
the schools and paiiers exchanged with
last year were;
The Tattler, AVest Technical High
School, Cleveland, Ohio; The West Port
Crier, Kansas City, AIo.; The Forester.
Forest City, N. C.; The Oraham Crack
er, Graham, N. C.; Hi-Life, Ashland
High School, Kentucky; The Nautilus.
Greenville, S. C.; The Register, Burling
ton, AT.; The Purple and Gold, Raleigh,
N. C,; The Ili-Rocket, Durham, N. C.;
The Tattler, Boys’ High, Atlanta, Ga.;
The Burton News, Alobile, Ala.; The
Pointer, High Point, N. C.; The Tattler,
Oxford, N. C.; The Rambler, Charlotte,
N. C.; The Polaris Weekly, Minneapo
lis, Minn.; The Connecting Link, Kins
ton, N. C.; The Black and Gold, Con
cord, N. C.; The Rail Splitter, Salina,
Kas.; The Advocate, Lincoln, Neb.; The
Manuel Arts Weekly, Los Angeles, Cal.;
The Technician, State College, Raleigh,
N. C.; The Twig, Meredith College, Ral-
leigh, N. C.; The Davidsonian, Davidson,
N. C.; The Wake Forest Student, AVake
Forest, N. C.; The Carolinian, N. C. C.
W., City; Maroon and Gold. Elon Col
lege, N. C.; The Furman Hornet, Fur
man University, Greenville, S. C.; The
Chatter Box, Danville, A^a.; The LexL
pep, Lexington, N. C.; The Wilson High
Echoes. AA^ilson, N. C.; La Crosse Hi-
Trihune, La Crosse, Wis.; Emersonian,
Emerson Institute, Washington, D. C.;
The Reidsville High School Paper,
Reids ville, N. C.; The Winston-Salem
High School Paper, AA^inston-Salem, N.
C.; Asheville High School Paper, Ashe
ville, N. C.; New Bern High School Pa
per, New Bern, N. C.; AATlmington High
School Paper, Wilmington, N. C.; Shel
by High School Paper, Shelby, N. C.;
Gastonia High School Paper, Gastonia,
N. C.; Lenoir Chambers Daily News.
Lenoir, N. C.; Greenville High School
Pajier, Greenville, N. C.; Charleston
High School Paper, Charleston, S. C.;
The Edgemont Eko, Edgemont Pligh
School, Rocky Mount, N. C.; Roosevelt
Nezvs, Roosevelt High, Seattle, Wash.;
The News Letter, U. N. C., Chapel Hill,
N. C.; The Tattler, Atlanta High School,
Atlanta, Ga.; The Brockenridge Times,
San Antonio, Texas; The Brackety-Ack,
Roanoke College, Salem, Va.
Remember that there is one thing bet
ter than making a living—making a life.
Edited by AArginia McClamrock
Edited by AArginia AIcClamrock
Our own James Hendrix, of the class
of 1918, who made such a grand record
at G. H. S. is keeping up his good
work, for the Davidson boys have be
stowed their highest honor upon him,
president of Student Government.
Now aren’t we proud of Nancy IJttle?
She’s president of the Sophomore class
at N. C. C. W.
Jeff Fordham is president of the Jun
ior class at , Carolina, and stands well
in football as well as his studies.
Did you know that jolly little Frances
Harrison was president of the Junior
class at N. C. C. W.? Aren’t our girls
the stuff anyhow?
Buster Swift and Earl Sellars are
among tlie stars who are showing up
well for the Trinity freshman team.
Four G. H.^ S. boys are out for posi
tions on the Carolina Freshman team.
Bobby AA'^ilkins and Norman Black seem
to be going good. Charles Lipscomb and
Herman High are expected to make
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS
Can you imagine our dignified Flax
being this homesick?
“This time last week I was boo-hooing
all over everybody. It’s the truth. Why,
I wished a thousand times in that one
day that I were back home, taking in
washing, or something to that effect,
and then I’d get furious with myself and
try to say I was thankful Dad could
give me an education. But that didn’t
console me in the least. Why, I was
awful, my roommate nearly jiut me out.
But I just love Randolph Macon now.
“We went shopping yesterday to get
material for draperies for our room and
today we sewed. Yes, I tried too, and
it surely was an effort in vain. Why
the room would make you sea sick.”
From Roger Haller at Washington &
“Harry and I are having the grand
est kind of a time in general and I’m
having the darndest kind of a time with
Math in particular. We are learning
what real foot-ball is!”
Now don’t you feel sorry for poor
little Jimmie McAlister, at Davidson?
“Forty days and nights have I stood
up, not sitting to either eat or sleep!
Coupled with that calamity I have the
impossible task of looking after that
dear friend and room mate of mine,
Arthur Gray, who is affected with love
sickness. He can’t live without the la
dies, and I’m official chaperone—the
only plausible excuse for my presence at
such occasions as dances, etc. It’s aw
ful to have a ward, especially a Shiek
with ladies !”
From Arthur Gray at Davidson;
“Gee! but I just love this place al
ready. The finest bunch of boys here
I’ve ever seen and they surely treat us
fine. There’s a wonderful spirit that’s
gotten hold of me. It sounds like a
sham battle around here, the echoing
knell of the “board,” sounds far and
wide every even-tide. Tables will turn
next year tho, and revenge will be
Egbert Anderson seems to like West
“All the upper classmen are such fine
fellows and I’ve never seen such a won
derful spirit anywhere. With such in
spiration I don’t see how I could fail,
because it would mean that I would lose
The two weeks rain seemed to affect
dl our last year’s Seniors.
From Norman Black, at Carolina;
“Well, I believe to my soul its rained
every day since I got here. Never saw
so much mud in my whole life.”
Harry Rockwell at State has also seen
“It’s done nothing but rain, rain, since
I arrived, but guess you all are getting
it too. State is a wonderful place and
I like it more and more every day.”
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