May 20, 1927
G. H. S. BOYS LOSE TO
HIGH POINT TEAM IN
GAME AT HIGH POINT
Johnny Turner Pitches for
Out 15 Men
BILL FIFE HEAVY HITTER
Five Errors Were Made by Both Teams.
Four Consecutive Games Lost
by G. H. S. Boys
G. 11. S. (lroi)i)e(l its fourth cousecu-
tivo i^aine to liis^h Point High Friday,
May 13, at High Point. -Tohnny Tur
ner, Greensboro’s tAvirling ace, pitched
a fair game, while Lopp, port-sider for
High I'oint, struck out fifteen of his
opponents. The game was interesting
hut rather erratic at times, five errors
l)eing chalked up hy both teams. Bill
Fife was the slugger of the afternoon,
getting two hits out of three times at
hat, one of these being a triple.
CLARENCE PHOENIX WINS
FIRST PLACE IN MEET
Quate Enters Dashes While Phoenix
Enters Mile and Half Mile Run.
Brown Takes Part in Weights
WILMINGTON SENDS CONTESTANTS
Clarence I'hoenix, David Quate and
Theron Brown represented Greensboro
High School in the annual South At
lantic High School IMeet. The meet
was staged Saturday, May 7, at the
TTiiversity of Maryland.
Quate entered the two dashes while
Phoenix entered the mile and half-mile
runs. Brook took part in the weights,
discus and javelin events. MTlmington
and Charlotte had men to represent
With the elimination of Greensboro
from the state championship baseball
running finu was written to a very suc
cessful year in the field of athletics.
d'he past year, besides finding the
local high school ranking well among
the leading high schools of the state
along athletic lines, also found the de
velopment of a wealth of new material
in the phases of the different sports en
tered into by G. H. S.
Athletics got away to a flying start
when Greensboro produced one of the
finest and cleanest football teams in the
history of the institution. Playing the
kind of game that sent practically every
■opitonent that they meet down in de
feat, this bunch of husky warriors ad-
vancerl to the western finals only to
lose in a heart-breaking contest to “the
F’ighting Gentlemen” of Charlotte High.
Again in basketball the school won
further laurels when both the boys and
girls had a very successful season. The
boys won three games toward the state
championship before being eliminated.
At the meet sponsored by State College
and held at Raleigh Greensboro went
to the finals. The girls, too, consider
ing the scarcity of seasoned material
with which the coaches had to work,
did splendid work.
Under the expert coaching of Coaches
Coletrane and Johnson one of the scrap
piest gangs of horse-hide wallopers ever
seen on the local diamond was pro
Track, too, was judged the second
l)est in the state; the boys meeting de
feat only at the hands of Charlotte
and, then, by a very narrow margin.
Several state records were smashed by
members of the local team.
Tennis and swimming, also, showed a
decided advancement in their fields of
The Scotch are a friendly race: in
fact, they are the closest friends one
can have.—Fine Yarns, Gastonia, N. 0.
Left to rif/tit—Jane Harris, Virginia Douglas, Coach Nellie Dry. Fvt'lyn Rives,
Rachel Lii)Scomb, Ciarl Lane Browne. Leated—Marion Geogiiegan, Bose Good
win, Mari(.)u Curtis, Minnie Herman.
Game Played Yesterday Gives
Greensboro Girls Victory
in Group Five
CHAMPS FOR SECOND TIME
BLACK AND GOLD IS
WINNER OF MEET
Winston Noses Out Greensboro
by One-Third of a Point—High
Point Is Third
WALKER IS HIGH SCORER
The girls’ championship series in
group five was won by the Greensboro
nine, on the Buff'alo field Thursday,
May 19, b,y a score of 11-10 in favor
of Greensboro. The Greensboro star
The score was close until the last of
the fourth inning, with Winston in the
lead, but making six runs in the fourth
inning the Greensboro girls came to the
front and remained ahead throughout
the rest of the game.
This is the second year in succes
sion that the Greensboro girls have
won the championship title, losing only
one game this season.
Idle Winston-Salem girls' track team
won the District Five title by a margin
of 1-3 point over G. IT. S., May G, at
Cone Park. The Twin City girls scored
31 1-3 points to Greensboro’s 31. High
Point was third with 14 1-3 points,
while Alexander High of Graham was
fourth with 4 1-3 points.
IValker, of Greensboro, was high scor
er of the meet. She took first place in
To-yard dash, first in hurdles, and third
in standing broad jump, making a total
of IG points.
Fvel.vn Rives has the distinct lionor
of being the first president of the Girls’
Monogram Club. Evelyn has been a
splendid leader and one of our guiding
lights over rough ground. The club will
miss her leadership next year, but she
has left such splendid ideals that we
are sure to feel her influence even after
she has gone.
Marion Curtis is our other officer,
secretary—and fortunately she is only
a junior now; that means we shall have
her help again another year. Marion is
one of those fiuiet, unobtrusive workers
who accomplishes more than we realize.
Always read.y—that’s Marion.
Rachel Lipscomb comes as nearly be
ing one who goes out for all sports as
any girl in school. Her “G” represents
a great variety of sports and a great
sport wears it.
Miss Dry—“Auntie Blossom”—has
been a fine leader for the Girls’ Mono
gram club so that the girls are inspired
to do bigger and better things. She has
been a sympathizing friend in time of
need and a true sport in time of fun.
Marioji Geogregan has been a real
asset to the club this year. She comes
to us from Reidsville and has joined
our ranks in a real sportsmanlike way.
Rose Goodwin has worn her “G” for
quite a while now, but never just quite
satisfied with her accomplishments, she
is going after a “GNC” strong. Hockey
is Rose’s favorite sport, in which she
plays a hard game.
There were quite a few policemen
stuffed with pillows and draped in the
attire of a cop—Boys wearing hats
passed on their way to practice for the
operetta, “Pirates of Penzance,” which
will be given at the National tonight.
LOSE TO BISCOE NINE
Johnson, Former U. N. C. Varsity Cap
tain Plays Shortstop for Bis-
coe—Score 7 to 6
COLETRANE PLAYS FOR G. H. S.
Coach Coletrane's baseball charges
were defeated by the Biscoe Highs at
Biscoe, on ’fuesday, Afay 10. The score
was 7 to G.
.Tohnn.v .Tohnson, former Uiuversity
captain and shortstop, played shortstop
for Biscoe, while oCach Coletrane, erst
while Tar Heel hurler, was in center-
field for G. H. S. These men were per
mitted to play by an agreement of both
Batteries; Turner, Gardner and
Teague and Burt, Kiser and Kellam.
SIX GIRLS ARE AWARDED
Rachel Lipscomb, Elizabeth Word, Mar
garet Bowles, Kate Harrison, and
Douglas Long AH Pass Tests
Six G. H. S. girls have been awarded
Junior Live Saving emblems and pins.
Under the direction of Miss Louise Irvin
at the Y. W. C. A., the following girls
passed the test; Rachel Lipscomb,
Elizabeth ^Yood, Margaret Bowles, Kate
Harrison, and Douglas Long.
GIRLS^ TEAM WINS OVER
WINSTON IN BASEBALL
The Girls’ baseball team of G. II. S.
downed Winston-Salem Friday, May 13,
with a score of 0-2, on the Winston field.
Both teams played well.
GIRLS TAKE SECOND
PLACE IN SWIMMING
MEET AT WINSTON
Tri-City Swimming Meet With
Winston-Salem and High
Point Held May 10
48 POINTS FOR WINSTON
ARCHERY CONTEST IS
STAGED BY SCOUTS AT
SEDGEFIELD MAY 14
Contestants From Nine North
Carolina Cities Take Part
in All-Day Events
IS 2ND ANNUAL TOURNEY
Meet Held at Gymnasium of the R. J.
Reynolds High School of Winston.
Grensboro Wins 18 Points
Visiting Scouts Are Guests at Sedgefield
Club House—Mrs. Phillip Rounse-
ville. Woman Archer, Is Present
Greensboro High School girls won
second place in a tri-city swimming
meet wdth Winston-Salem and High
Point, Tuesday, l\Iay 10, in the gym
nasium of the R. J. Reynolds High
School of AVinston. MTnston led the
meet with 48 points, Greensboro had 18
and High Point 4 1-2.
The Greensboro entries and the re-
sYYlts of the events Avere:
Relay; Long, Ilauck, Lipscomb, and
Brown, AVinston, first; Greensboro sec
Breiist stroke: Brown, Greensboro,
20-yard dash: Lipscomb and Long;
AA'inston, first, and Lipscomb, of Greens
Back stroke: Hauck, and Brown;
Winston, first and second, and Lips
comb, of Greensboro, third.
Diving: Brown and Lipscomb ; AVin
ston, first and second. Brown, third.
GO-yard dash: Lipscomb and IlaYick;
AVinston, first and second, Lipscomb
Aledley Relay: Isler, Curtiss, and
Betts; AA^inston, first; High Point, sec
ond ; Greensboro, third.
q'he state-wide Boy Scout archery
contest was staged at Sialgefield Coun
try Club, Saturday, Alay 14. Alore than
lOG boys from nine cities participated
in this event, ’rids was the second an
nual contest held in Greensboro.
Cities represented in this affair were
Asheville, Charlotte, High Point, Reids-
A’ille, Burlington, Sanford, Pinehurst,
Statesville, and Greensboro, ’fhe vis
iting S(‘outs were the guests of the
’The contest continued throughout the
whole day. Long distance and roving
archery were practiced in the morning.
’Tlie CAxnit of the afternoon was target
Airs. Phillips Rounsville, AA^ell known
Avoman archer and runner-up in the last
national Avoman’s iirchery contest, and
her husband attended the meet. ’They
acted as judges and also staged an
BASEBALL FINALS TO BE
CONTESTED NEXT WEEK
G. H. S. HIKING CLUB
PLANS FINAL PROGRAM
Both Boys and Girls in Grammar School
Baseball to Play Off Games
’The Girls’ Hiking Club of Greensboro
High School, under the direction of
Miss Ruth Reynolds, is planning an
over-night hike to take place some time
in the near future. All girls aaTio have
hiked 2.7 miles are eligible to go on this
G. H. S. Girls Beat Madison
’The finals for the graded school base
ball championship series Avill be playeil
in both the girls’ and boys’ diAUSions
next Aveek, accordin gto the schedule ar
ranged by Director Herbert Park. The
divisions have already been divided into
’The girls’ teams of Pomona, Mclver,
and Glendale Schools compose the
American League, Avhile the girls of
Aycock, CaldAvell, and ’Training Schools
form the National League.
AVith a score of 13-2, the Greensboro
girls’ nine defeated Aladison on the Mc
lver field May 10. Pete AA^yrick Avas
Jane Harris has \Amn more points in
athletics than any other girl in school.
AA’hen she asked Avhat could be done
about Jane, some one replied, “It can’t
be expressed.” ’Tliat’s just about true.
Jane’s pep, vivacity, leadership, basket
ball ability and all-round good sports
manship “(*an't be expressed.”
ATrginia Douglas is another one of
those quiet, unassuming girls Avho
makes life easy and pleasant for the
rest of us. AA’e don’t understand just
hoAv she accomplishes so much Avithout
any noise but she does, and a better
sport couldn’t be found.
Carl Lane BroAvn is a holder of a
junior life saving certificate and also a
hockey enthusiast. ’The only thing Ave
can say against Carl Lane is the fact
that she comes from Alabama, but if
Alabama groAvs ’em like her Ave aa’III
forget that fact.
Minnie Herman came to us from High
Point this year. She has been a great
help to our club and has been Avilling
to do all that was required of her. High
Point lost a fine girl Avhen Minnie came
to Greensboro, but she has meant a
great deal to us, so Ave are glad she
’The closing exercises of Oak Ridge
public school took place Friday, May 7.
’The morning program consisted of
music, recitations, and dramatizations.
A picnic dinner followed.
In the afternoon two choruses Avere
heard and certificates presented.
Rules and regulations governing the
tennis courts at the ^Memorial Stadium
have been compiled by the stadium
games committee, of aa-IiIcIi J. D. Wil
kins is chairman, and the issuance of
tennis permits has been placed in the
hands of the Y. M. C. A.
’The rules and regulations folloAv:
1. Courts reserved for adults after 5
p. m. each da,y. Juniors may continue
play, hoAvevei-. unless adults call for
2. Courts may be reserved for only
one hour; hoAvever, if no one is AAuiiting
to use court, players may continue to
use it. Courts not claimed Avithin 15
minutes after hour of reserA'ation may
be used by others.
3. In case courts are croAvded, players
will be expected to play doubles after
playing not more than tAvo sets of sin
4. No one alloAA'ed on courts AA'ithout
5. Courts may be reserved by phone
No. 2727, provided reservation cards
are later called for, or in person at the
Y. AI. C. A.
G. ourts are not to be used in the
mornings. (’This is to alloAA" for prep
7. ’I’ennis privilege cards must be ob
tained from the Y. AI. C. A. for use of
the courts—membership in the Y. AI.
C. A., hoAvever, is not a requirement.
8. No playing alloAved on Sunday.—
Clrcenshoro Daily News.
AVinston-Salem’s girls’ track team
won the District Five track title by a
margin of one-third point over G. H. S.,
May G at Cone Park.