January 22, 1925
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ANCIENT RIVALS ARE
DOWNED IN CONTEST
Goodwin and Scott Star for Locals,
While Petree Shines for
By staging a fast and relentless at
tack in the last three minutes of play,
the Greenshoro High School quint de
feated the Winston-Salem High at Cald
well gymnasium by a 21-2.5 score. The
Winston-Salem lads were leading by a
13 to 19 score three minutes before the
game was over. Goodwin and B. Scott
got together and netted 12 points for the
locals while the Winston-Salem boys net
ted a lone field goal.
Goodwin starred for the locals while
Petree led for Winston. B. Scott and C.
Scott were the other chief performers
for the locals. C. Scott played an ex
ceptional game at guard. Watkins of
Winston was the outstanding defensive
player on his team. Tlie game started
with both second teams in, but before
the game was well under waj^ the first
team line-ups were introduced.
Inne-up and summary;
O. II. 8. Winston-Salem
B. Scott Beck
LOCAL TOSSERS BOW
TO LEAKSVILLE TEAM
-High Point, here.
-High Point, there.
BESSEMER CRACK TEAM
FALLS BEFORE G. H. S.
Bill Scott Throws Winning Goals in
Last Minutes of Play.
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lycaksville’s high school quint put the
damper on Greensboro High’s winning
streak December 12 by defeating the
Gate City visitors, 28 to 25, in one of the
greatest games ever witnessed on the
Leaksville court. Although the Leaks-
ville quint took an early lead in the con
test, the Greenshoro tossers were ever
threatening to carry off the victory,
mainly through the superb floor work of
Norman Stone and the deadly accuracy
of Bill Scott who appeared to be able
to negotiate a goal from any distance.
Leaksville’s smooth passing attack was
executed with swiftness and accuracy,
and was the factor that brought the vic
tory. Both teams scored an equal num
ber of field goals but the Gate City boys
were unable to toss in the field shots.
Bessemer’s crack basketball team was
added to the local high school’s string
of victories on December 19, by the
score of 20 to 18. Bill Scott was respon
sible for the locals’ victory, for in the
last minutes of play he shot a foul and
a field goal.
Bessemer started off with two field
goals before the locals could get their
bearings. Then the Greensboro offen
sive got under way and resulted in the
seven points. The half ended 7 to 6 in
favor of Greensboro. In the second half
the Bessemer boys increased their speed
and made a comfortable margin over
Two minutes before the game ended
G. H. S. was trailing by a 13 to 18 score
and right then something happened. A
swift passing attack was started. Good
win and Blair dropped in a goal apiece
and Bill Scott followed with a goal.
Later he shot a foul but this was not
needed. The second half had ended with
Bessemer two points behind.
Line-up and summary:
Greenshoro II. 8. Bessemer II. S.
W. Scott (8) Hughes (2)
Stone (1) Shields (9)
Goodwin (12) Mackie ((7)
Watson (12) Coble
Blair (2) Coletrane
LATE RALLY RESULTS
IN QUAKERS' DEFEAT
Guilford Acquires Heavy Lead In First
Half But Loses Advantages
By overcoming a heavy lead in the
second with a burst of speed, the G.H.S.
quint defeated the Guilford H. S. by a
33-28 score. The local quint was out
to avenge the defeat which the Quakers
handed them some time ago, and the
game was hotly contested.
The Quakers piled up 13 points in the
first quarter while the locals netted 5.
But at the opening of the second half
B. Scott got busy and caged 14 points.
The first half ended 17-15 in favor of
In the third quarter the Quakers start
ed another attack, and when the period
drew to a close they had pulled up with
in a few points of their opponents, due
to the splendid work of Coble and Fer
rell. This attack was soon snowed under.
Goodwin and Scott then started their
usual rally; this carried the local team
well in the lead.
Goodwin obtained tlie tip at will and
the ball was passed down tlie court to
B. Scott or Goodwin, who shot with
accuracy. Scott was high scorer while
Goodwin and W. Watson excelled in
guarding. Ferrell and Coble did the
heavy work for the Quakers; the work
of these two players was at all times
Line-up and summary:
Greenshoro (33) Gnilford (28)
W. Scott Pungh
W. Watson Coble
J. Watson Coltrane
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The girls’ athletic council held its reg
ular monthly meeting in the library Jan
uary 15. The purpose of the meeting
was to decide and pass on the points
made by the girls in class basketball and
It was decided that 10 points should
go to any girl who had attended at least
60 per cent of the basketball practices
and 5 points for every game that she
All girls who had kept training for
three months were given 20 points. There
were 21 girls who had completed train
ing at this time. This is the greatest num
ber who have received points in this
phase of athletics.
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PROGRAM FOR 1925
“THE CHARM SCHOOL”
A comedy of youth and love, by
Alice Duer Miller.
By Booth Tarkington. Girls, a
poodle, and several interesting
Spring Pageant — a Swiss Ro
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THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS