December 22, 1926
IN SECOND GAME OF
BASKETBALL 27 TO 23
Pete Wyrick Leads Locals to
Victory Over Bessemer
PASSING ATTACK IS GOOD
Greensboro Boys With Little More Prac
tice Will Have an Outstanding
Team, it is Believed
G. H. S. defeated Bessemer High last
Thursday night with a score of 27-23.
It was the second game of the season
for the local quint and considering this
fact, G. H. S., will have a winning team
to represent her this season. The pass
ing attack of the entire Greensboro
team was the outstanding part of the
game. The boys showed that with a bit
more experience they will be ready for
any opponent that can be offered.
Pete Wyrick led his team in scor
ing with nine points to his credit.
Briggs was outstanding performer on
the Bessemer five.
G. H. 8. Pos. Bessemer
Matlock (2) Briggs (15)
Wyrick (9) Hobbs (G)
Caveness (4) Murphy
Taylor (4) McLean (2)
G. H. S. CAGERS TO MEET
BESSEMER HIGH SCHOOL
In Previous Game With Same Crowd
Greensboro Won by a Very
FIRST GAME AT HOME TONIGHT
G. H. S. will officially usher in its
home basketball schedule tonight in a
game with Bessemer Hi. .Oo a previ
ous meeting between the two teams
Greensboro won by a very narrow mar
gin. The game tonight promises to be
equally as close. Although this is not
the first game to be played by the
local quint, it is the first home game
and a large crowd is expected to be out.
With two letter men as a nucleus.
Coach Ihirk is working out a team
which will go great for the old school
in the 192G-’2T season.
“THE OLD, OLD STORY” IN SIX
TABLEAUX GIVEN IN CHAPEL
(Continued from Page One)
ond narrator, read the story according
to St. IMatthew 11.
As “We Three Kings of the Orient
Are” pealed forth, a scene of the three
Wise Men was revealed. The Wise
Men were Bob Caveness, John Stone
and Charles Burgess.
“It Came Upon a Midnight Clear”
was sung and then the scene of Na
tivity, the sixth tableau, Avas disclosed
as tAA'o verses of “Silent Night” Avas
given by the Glee Clubs. “Sleep, My
Little Jesus” Avas sung during this
scene. IMary and Joseph AAmre por
trayed by Betty BroAvn and Jack Coble.
The last number Avas “I Heard the
Bells on Christmas Day,” by the Glee
ORIGIN OF HOLLY IS FROM THE
HOLY TREE OF ANCIENT TIMES
(Continued from Page Three)
brought that the husband Avould be the
Pagan tribes of Continental Europe,
especially Rome, sent holly branches
to each other as tokens of good Avill.
They decked their dAvellings in celebra
tion of the feast of the Saturnalia—
“the turning of the SAUi.”
Holly Avas regarded by devout peo-
])le as a symbol of the Saviour’s croAvn
of thorns. Although there are many
traditions about holly, Ave all knoAv
that it brings good cheer and happiness
into all of our hearts.
GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL
8 (Sat.) ReidsAulle
11 (Tues.) High Point _
14 (Fri.) Gibsomdlle
18 (Tues.) Burlington _
21 (Fri.) Winston
25 (Tiies.) Leaksville _
28 (Fri.) Reidsville ___
I Tues.) Winston
4 (Fri.) Burlington
II (Fri.) LeaksAulle
15 (Tues.) High Point .
18 (Fri.) Gibsonville
G.H.S. LOSES GAME
TO GUILFORD HIGH
Purple and Gold Able to Score
Only in First
LAST HALF HARD FIGHT
Greensboro’s cage team lost a hard
fought game Avhen they Avere dOAvned
at the hand of Guilford High by the
score of 20 to IG in a game played on
the latter’s court, December 13. Both
teams exhibited an unusually fine
brand of game and it Avas not until the
final Avhistle bloAA^ that the outcome Avas
out of douht.
The game started Avith a rush and
W. Ferrell, Guilford’s center and high
score man of the evening, had chalked
up three points before Greensboro Avas
able to get their bearings. During the
first quarter the lads AAmaring the “Pur
ple and Gold” Avere able to score only
tAvo points and ended Avith Guilford
resting on the top of a 7 to 2 score.
Both teams resorted chiefly to long
shots in the second quarter, Avith G.
H. S. doing most of her scoring at this
time Avhen she piled up 11 points. Pete
Wyrick, outstanding man for Greens
boro, had a playhouse all of his oavii
during this quarter and he got several
long shots from the center of the court.
The last half found the teams fight
ing hard and the game Avas nip and
tuck until the final Avhistle sounded
Avith Guilford resting on top of the
Guilford Pos. Greenshoro
M. Ferrell Wyrick
W. Ferrell Caviness
Referee: Charles Coble (Guilford).
In France the l"ule-log is burned. It
should be of oak and filled at midnight
to bring good luck. Sheaves of Avheat
are hung by the children on the eaA’es
of the house for the birds. Food, cloth
ing, and other useful gifts are given to
the poor. The children delight in plac
ing their shoes on the hearth for the
Christ-Child to fill AAufh gifts. They
build a miniature manger Avhich they
light on Christmas Eve Avith small can
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OF G.H.S. BASKETBALL
PLAYED LAST WEEK
Hard Fight Put Up by Teams.
Championship Game Tues
day Night, Dec. 21
RIVALRY AT HIGH PITCH
Freshmen Defeat Sophs, Juniors Do
Likewise—Seniors and Freshmen
Play Only One Half
The inter-class basketball games of
G. H. S. AA’ere played on the Y. W. C. A.
court IMonday, Tuesday, and Wednes
day, December 13, 14, 15.
On Monday the freshmen licked the
sophs, 39-7. They put it over on the
sophs big and strong that time. The
juniors defeated the seniors, 18 to 14,
in a hard fought game.
Tuesday the sophs AA’-ere again de
feated, this time by the juniors, 32 to 9.
The seniors and freshmen played only
one half, Avhich ended 10 to 10 Avith
both sides still fighting. They Avill
play this off Monday.
Wednesday the freshmen and juniors
played a free-for-all. Neither team had
lost. It Avas a tough game and both
teams scrapped until the final Avhistle,
AA’hich left seA'eral of the players
“rather” knocked up, and the freshmen
It Avas not until the last quarter
that the seniors realized that the sophs
AA^ere far ahead.
The championship game is to be
played at the CaldAvell gym Tuesday
HI-Y MOTHERS CLUB
GIVES TEAM A PARTY
Ili-l^ Mother’s club entertained the
football boys and members of the Hi-Y
Club and their girls at the Jefferson
Club Friday, December 12, at 8 o’clock.
The receiving line Avas composed of
Mrs. T. L. Parsons, Mrs. A. L. Thomp
son, Mrs. L. A. Atkisson, Mrs. E. D.
Yost, Mrs. W. G. McGlamery, Mrs. J. H.
Cooke, Dr. and Mrs. J.- W. Tankersley,
Mrs. Robert Caveness, Mrs. O. L.
Grubbs, and Mrs. Thomas Glascock.
Charlie Bodeuhammer’s orchestra
played during the eA’eniiig and punch
and mints Avere served.
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Willard Watson, for the past three
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Ruby Elliot Improving
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SANTA CLAUS IS
Tell me not, in mournful numbers.
That there ain’t no Santa Claus!
And that AAdiile AA^e’re in our slumbers
Stockings are filled by Pa’s and Ma’s.
Santa’s real! Santa’s earnest!
To fill our stockings is his goal;
With a coat of soot he’s burnished.
Santa is a good old soul.
Past experiences all remind us.
That to believe in him adds to our
And Santa, departing, leaves behind
Christmas gifts for good little boys.
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