January 22, 1925
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your future business or profession
will be, will plan your studies ac
cordingly and will “follow-through”
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CLUB HAS BANQUET
Henry Biggs and Carlton Wilder Ar
range Excellent Program.
The members of the Freshman De
bating club and guests enjoyed a de
lightful banquet Thursday, December
18th, 1924, at the school cafeteria. An
interesting program was arranged by
the program committee, Henry Biggs
and Carlton Wilder.
A Christmas color scheme of red and
green was carried out while holly was
used effectively for decorations.
Harry Gump was toastmaster and in
troduced the speakers in a graceful
Toasts Avere given by the following:
J. D. McNairy to the ladies, Edgar
Kuykendall to Henry Biggs; Frances
Hart to the men, and Margaret Neal to
the leaders. Humorous talks were given
by Charles Graff, Carlton Wilder, Mr.
Strickland, Henry Biggs and Mr. Bul
A very humorous debate Avas given,
the query being. Resolved, That a giraffe
Avith a sore throat is Avorse off than a
centipede with corns: The affirmative—
Edgar Kuykendall; the negatAe—Man-
Norman York, the ncAv president,
made a talk on the future of the club
in which he predicted great things.
This banquet has been an annual af
fair with the club and it is hoped that
the custom will be kept up after the
members reach Central High.
“WATCH OUR SMOKE” NEW
SLOGAN FOR DEBATING CLUB
Wednesday, Jan. 7, the Debating
Club held a most important meeting in
the Auditorium at chapel period. Those
entering the preliminaries for the Tri
angular debate, Avhich included practi
cally all the thirty-odd members present,
were diAuded into two groups, affirmative
and negatAe, according to preference.
It Avas announced that the preliminaries
Avould be held the latter part of Februa
ry. The query, Avhich was announced
just before the Christmas holidays is,
“Resoh^ed, That the port terminals and
water transportation act should be rati
fied by the citizens of North Carolina.”
At the preliminaries four speakers Avill
be chosen who Avill compose Greens
The Triangular debate Avill be held
this year Avith Winston-Salem and High
Point, instead of Winston-Salem and
Asheville, as in former years. This
should make the rivalry more keen. The
Avinning teams Avill go to Chapel Hill
Avhere they Avill contest with some tAvo
hundred or more teams for the state title
and a silver loving-cup.
The club is making no predictions, but
it hopes to Avin the Triangular debate
and then “on to Chapel Hill.” There
the team Avill have a double incentive to
A\dn—to bring back a title G. H. S. ncA^er
possessed before, together Avith the cup
Avhich goes Avith it, and to console Mrs.
Phillips, our head coach, for the bitter
disappointment she received last year
Avhen her team reached the finals, only
to be beaten with the state title almost
in their grasp. “Anyway, the team
A\4iich eliminates G. H. S. Avill have to
shoAv some ‘tall debating’,” says the club,
believe you us, “just Avatch our smoke,
HI-Y PLANS MOTHER-SON
One of the most important meetings
of the year Avas held Thursday, January
15, by the Hi-Y Clubs. The tAvo clubs
held a joint session in which an excel
lent talk on the possibilities of the fu
ture was made by Scout-Executive Hum
phreys. Mr. Williams also spoke on the
meaning of medals and monograms. A
new member, Robert Blair, Avas elected
to membership in the Club.
The most important feature of the
meeting was the discussion of the plans
for the Mother-and-Son Banquet Avhich
is to be held February 5.
Tickets for the banquet may be
bought from any member of the Hi-Y
Clubs. In Club No. 2 tickets may be
acquired from the following: Norman
Stone, John Betts, Roy Smith, William
Homey, Lanier Griffin, Bill Koenig,
James Caudle, James Mans, Charles
Amole, Chester Strader, Arthur Davant,
Charles West, Phil Wicker, Raymond
Bennett, Joe Faulkner, and Edwin
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