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SCRUBS DEFEAT SECOND
TEAM FROM WINSTON
On Rain-Soaked Field Scrubs Victo
rious 26-2—Faulkner, Clement
and Young Star.
On a soggy field in a downpour of
rain Friday afternoon, November 21, at
Cone Park, the Purple Whirlwind scrubs
closed their season for football, by de
feating the Winston-Salem scrubs 26-2.
Faulkner scored for Greensboro in
the opening quarter when he took the
ball over tbe line througb tackle. The
local team made a sustained attack on
straight line rushes for initial score, car
rying the ball from the middle of the
In the second period Winston-Salem’s
defense stiffened and Greensboro’s eleven
was called on to play deep in its own
territory. The Twin City gained its two
points during this period when J. Wat
son, Greensboro’s back, was tackled be
hind his own goal by a Winston man.
Tbe Purple Whirlwind scored twice in
the third quarter on straight line plunges.
Clement scored first and Young followed
soon after with another touchdown.
On account of the muddy condition of
the field no long runs or spectacular
plays were opened up. A few forward
passes were attempted by both elevens
and fumbles were many.
Because of the rain there were few
spectators, but the handful who were
there made plenty of noise. Immediate
ly after the game the squad disbanded
for the season. The following men of
ficiated at the game: Johnson, referee;
Connelly, umpire; Fred Burroughs, head
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Through thy works I learned to love
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Made them all count for the best.
Thou hast given to hut and mansion
That which helps all play life’s part.
Given all; from thy own soul’s depths
Shared with all thy earnest heart.
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God had need for thee in heaven;
Higher things than’ll yet atone;
Though thy presence is not with us.
Thy great soul shall linger on.
.lohnnie Johnson is a graduate from
Wake Forest of 1920, and a three letter
man. He played as end on the gridiron,
as guard on the basketball floor, and as
left field on the baseball diamond.
Coach Johnson has been the outstand
ing football man of G. H. S. for two
years, and we sincerely hope he will be
back with us to coach the boys next year.
Johnson was more than a coach; he was
one of the squad and one of the student
body. He is a real coach who can’t be
beat! Lie is a real sport in victory or
defeat! He is a real friend of the boy
and girl! He is a real man, the best
kind in the world!
All work and no play makes Jack a
dull boy.—Quoted by Maria Edgeworth.
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the victory on the battlefield with oneself.
“Shakespeare knew of this, for he put
it in his plays. ‘The fault, dear Bru
tus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves
that we are weaklings.’ Othello, Mac
beth, and others fought it out.
“Unwillingness on the part of the in
dividual to face himself squarely and
fairly is the best test of character. One
young man started out, too young to
work in mines, and washed dishes in a
cafe. He later went to Harvard law
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Mr. Miller went on to tell of Sir Wal
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“He told himself ‘I will’, and he did
overcome his huge debts.”
“Self-knowledge, self-reverence, and
self-control—these three—make life a
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After this address Miss Killingsworth
spoke to the football team.
“We’re proud of you boys,” she said.
“Don’t be discouraged because you lost,
for notwithstanding it all, you played
the game squarely. I was so pleased
at an incident that happened at the
game. The captain of our team gave the
High Point team the most sportsmanlike
concession in his power, by ‘giving them
another chance.’ We love you all even
if you didn’t win the championship.”
Tuesday this program was repeated
with three exceptions. Miss Sapp sang
a beautiful selection, and tbe Glee Club
gave several songs, some with and some
without the piano.
The main speaker for the day W'as
Mr. Boyd, Mr. William York’s partner.
His subject was “Patriotism”.
“Patriotism” is a broad term. The
dictionary calls it ‘love of one’s country.’
Common danger brings people together.
You know, patriotism is usually thought
of in connection with war. Take the
Greek people; Thermopylae and Soloms
welded them together.
“In the world war the American sol
diers were called Patriots. Indeed, at
that time soldiers were either called Pa
triots or Slackers.
“In times of peace we can render serv
ice just as well as in those of war. The
first way is by being good citizens. This
does not entail blind allegiance or nar
rowness, without consideration of right.
Study the elections, the government, be
able to recognize dangerous tendencies.
“The second way is by being loyal to
friends. That is true patriotism as much
as anything else. Be loyal to your school
and, above all, to your church.”
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Clement as Basil in that screaming
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