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Rated by State Departnient of Education as Class A, entitling a graduate to
receive a teacher’s highest grade certificate.
Placed on the list of four-year colleges whose graduates may be selected as
teachers in high schools approved by the Commission (of the Southern Associa
tion) on Accredited Schools.
Chartered 1838. Confers the degree of A.B. in the literary department and
B.M. -in the music department.
In addition to the regular classical course, special attention is called to the
departments of Home Economics, Expression, Art, Education, Sunday School
Teacher Training, Piano Pedagogy, and to the complete School of Music.
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beard her father had selected for her.
Margaret Irvin in the role of Hannah,
the heart-breaker bride, was excellent.
Meade Connelly, the nonchalant lover,
captured the audience with his absolute
naturalness and his freedom from any
stage mannerisms. Judah Shohan as the
rector, Edgar Young as the salesman
lover, and Billy Koenig as the towering
handsome lover who finally carried off
the bride in his 90-horse power machine,
completed the excellent cast.
Between the plays Lorraine Kellar
furnished piano music.
The Greensboro News of December 12
carried the following story regarding the
“The high school actors and actresses
were greeted by a packed house which
grew more appreciative of their efforts
and enthusiastic over their presentation
at the school auditorium last night.
“Misses Martha Broadhurst and Vir
ginia McClamroch were the outstanding
figures in ‘The Burglar,’ an uproarious
comedy requiring clever and spontaneous
exhibitions of fright. The other partici
pants in this sketch wLo fitted into their
parts admirably were Misses Elizabeth
Hodgin, Mildred Michaux and Lois
‘Food,’ an unusual tragedy of the fu
ture, was so far-fetched and exaggerat
ed that it was more than amusing—it
was a howling success. The audience
did the howling and the characters claim
ed the success. George Newman, off
stage as well as on, in his make-up is one
of the most perfect faminine interpreters
to be foxind in amateur theatricals. If
he could cultivate a more ladylike stride
and acquire a few years of experience
he would make Julian Eltinge look to
his laurels. Tom Cochrane, a trifle self-
conscious when he entered, overcame this
handicap. Adam Clement offered sup
port in his part.
“Miss Margaret Irvin and ‘Harry,’
Meade Connelly, deserve unlimited com
mendation for their interpretations and
characterization in ‘She Loves Me—Not.’
The play was presented in an almost
professional manner. Judah Shohan, Ed
gar Young and Billy Koenig added their
respective bits to the spice and pep of
“A prologue in rhyme, written by W.
R. Wunsch, of the faculty, wms read by
Miss Virginia McClamroch. Music be
tween the plays was furnished and not
a dull moment was experienced from the
opening phrases until the final curtain.
“Scenes were shifted quickly and qui
etly and the entire show was handled
without a hitch. Good management, good
direction, good subject matters and good
interpreters—that sums up the offering.”
The plays were produced by special
arrangement with Samuel French of
New York. Costumes were furnished
by the Gladys Shop; flowers by Van
Lindley; furniture by Bloxton and the
Southside Furniture store. The follow
ing student committee was responsible
for the assembling of stage property:
Elizabeth Smith, chairman, Garnett
Gregory, Moyer Sink, John Larkin, and
Helen Forbis. Bill Roach and Mr. Co
mer arranged the lighting and other elec
trical devices. Bob Stone acted as busi
ness manager of the plays and had as
his assistant Virginia Jackson. Miss
Coleman was faculty adviser for the
stage and business committees.
In the hallway in front of the “little
theater” senior girls in the costumes of
French maids, sold peanuts, Eskimo Pies,
candy and souvenirs or the plays. Eliza
beth Newell was chairman of the booth.
Assisting her were Elizabeth Darling,
Helen Forbis, Marion Walters and Mary
The ticket and booth sales brought to
the senior treasury about $190. Nearly
$50 of this amount, however, must go to
meet such expenses as royalties, make
up, and equipment. Of the profits $100
will go to The Reflector, the 1925 year
They have spent about five years ar
guing about the new station that is to
be built about 100 years from now. It
is about time to stop arguing and think
about building a new high school build
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