OUTLINES OF LO^’E
Roses ith red,
A’iolets ith blue;
Suj?ar ith thweet,
Aud tho ith o-o-o.
■Ehrysaiithemuins are beautiful,
And so is marmalade;
Without you, dear G^Yendolyu,
My life's a dead shade.
'Fhe moon is silver-sheathed
As you my t^olden symphony.
SENIORS ENJOY KID
DAY IN SOX, SHORT
DRESSES AND PANTS
107 and 106 Turn to Nurseries
for Dignified Students
Friday, May 13
GRADUATES BECOME KIDS
Lolly-Pops, Chewing Gum, Teddy-Bears,
Baby Dolls, Sun-Bonnets, and All
Kinds of Candy Galore
SENIOR CLASS DAY
ON COLLEGE CAMPUS
'Tis yoji I crave to wed.
My agonizing ecstacy I
Tea Years Wed
I have a knife.
Its blade is true;
For thirty cents
I'd murder you.
—King Brce:^e, King,
Senior session rooms lOG and 107
were turned into nurseries Friday, May
when the dignified seniors observed
Senior Class Day exercises will
be held on Grensboro College cam
pus, Thursday afternoon, June 2.
Finley Atkisson, senior class presi
dent. will act as king and Mary
Elizabeth King, vice-president, will
act as (pieen of the occasion. The
seniors will be the distinguished
gTiest of the royal family.
During this time the class testa
tor. Prophet. Poet, and Historian
will make their final decrees. Her
bert Jones will l)e the court magi
cian. With only a little of his
magic dust, all senior cares and
worries will disappear forever.
She—I said no.
He—Oh, please do.
He—-Oh, please, just this time.
He—Aw, ma, all the bo.ys are going
Mary had a little lamb.
Her father shot it dead;
And now it goes to school with her
Between two hunks of bread.
—Redwood Bark, California.
A new ocean has been discovered just
re-ently, called the Mississippi Ocean.
—Duke Chronicle, Durham, N. C.
State Off Younited,
Septober da 10th.
Mine Dear Hans:
I take up mine ink and pen and
write you mit a lead pencil. We do
not life where we lifted before, we life
where we moved. I am so sorry since
we s^irated together, and wish we
weJi^'loser apart. We are having more
we^ier up here than we had last year.
Kid Day. Children of all descriptions
trudged to class, licking their lolly-pops
and chewing their gum. The dolls and
teddy-bears hung over their arms and
frequent shrieks of “Gimme back my
baby doll!’’ rang through the rooms.
Ernest Scarboro was adorned in a
huge red tie and a little white sailor
cap. Ned IJpscomb had on knee breeches
and a very small head gear; however,
he soon decided that he wasn’t as hand
some as usual, so home he went and
changed his outfit. Several other boys
had short pants and blouses on, and
they behaved as becomes a ten-year-old.
Cynthia Vaughn, Emma Barton and
Lura Abercrombie, along with Melene
Burroughs and Ruth Simpson, were at
tired in very brief dresses with bloom
ers to match, while Mary Elizabeth
King, Pat Miller, and Hilda Davidson
wore rompers. Of course socks were
used for hosiery, and sun bonnets hung
around the necks.
At intervals during the class periods
frequent cries were heard from the
mama dolls. However, the teachers
were very considerate when it came to
tolerating the pranks and behavior of
SEMESTER 7 PICNICS
AT SCALES FARM
DEBATERS WIU HOLD
AT DOUGLAS CABIN
All Members Not Initiated Will
Be Introduced to Solemnities
TO TAKE FORM OF PICNIC
Last of Three Entertainments Held An
nually by the Debating Club—Ranks
Second to Triangular Banquet
Ten Cars Carry Grub and Sen
iors to Chosen Spot, Fri
day, May 13
‘MYSTIC” IS QUESTIONED
De building where I left was cold the
other day, so I called up the janitor
-and made it hot for him. I am making
money fast. Yesterday I deposited a
hundred dollars, and today I went down
town and wrote myself a check for a
hundred dollars and deposited it, so
now I have two hundred dollars.
I am sending you overcoat by express.
To save charges, I cut off de buttons.
You will find them in de inside pocket.
I can thing of nufing more to rite. Hope
dis find you de same.
Your confectionate cussin,
P. S. If he don’t get dis letter, rite
iind I will send anodder.
-—The Turg, Meredith College.
Hl-Y CLUBS GATHER FOR
LAST MEETING OF YEAR
Men of Greensboro Who Had Spoken
to Clubs Before Are Invited to
the Last Meeting
WYATT TAYLOR NEW PRESIDENT
The Hi-Y clubs held their last meet
ing of the year, Monday night, May 9.
C—'Compl iinen tary.
Alphabet on college report cards. Ex
plain this to dad before going away.—
Clark Burnmit and Clark Green, Clark
All the men that had spoken during the
year were invited for the last meeting.
These men, Mr. J. W. Tankersley, Mr.
>V. S. Jones, Mr. tV. Mk Blair, and
Coach Lambert, gave short talks, which
Avere well received by the boys. Baxter
Bason sang, accompanied at the piano
by Mary E. King. The boys closed the
meeting by singing one verse of Amer
ica and, holding hands, each one gave
a short sentence prayer.
After the big meeting was closed the
Robert E. Lee Club met and elected
officers for the coming year. They were :
Wyatt Taylor, president.
Bill Petree, vice-president.
Harry Gump, secretary and treas
Friday, May i:>. Semester 7 had a
picnic at Scales’ farm. Leaving the
school at four o’clock, about ten cars
carrying grub and other considerations
(including seniors) found no trouble in
reaching the farm, except that one dri
ver's laughter was turned to consterna
tion when he found that he was laugh
ing at his owm instead of a big Stude-
baker’s blowout, wdiich at first seemed
the unfortunate victim of a broken bot
Arriving, the party dis-automobiled,
and some stunts were pulled off by
various groups. A great mystic' ans-
weretl many questions, which, for tra
dition’s sake, reflected humorously on
several of those present.
COLLEGE PAPERS CHOOSE
NEW PRESIDENT MAY 7
Wednesday, May 18, the Greensboro
High School Debating Club held its
annual initiation ceremony. This year
the affair, which has heretofore taken
the form of a banquet, was changed
to a picnic. Probably some three dozen
persons, including members of the club,
their guests, and the faculty advisers,
attended. The picnic, held at the Doug
las cabin on the Battleground road, be
gan about five in the afternoon and
broke up near ten.
At this time, all members who have
been taken into the club since the ini
tiation banquet last spring were duly
introduced to the secret solemnities of
the organization, wTiich is, nevertheless,
not of a fraternal nature.
The substitution of a picnic for a
banquet does not signify that such wfill
always be the case, this being optional
with the members. This is the last of
the three entertainments held annually
by the Debating Club, and among De
bating Club functions ranks second in
importance to the Triangular Debate
Where Teachers Will
Spend Their Vacations
The G. 11. S. teachers will spend their
vacations in many different ways, some
at work and some at play.
iiie following teachers will spend the
summer at c*ollege;
JIary 8. Ashford, Columbia Univer
James F. Farthing, Columbia Uni-
Faimie 8tarr Mitchell, Harvard Uni
11. Grady Miller, Teachers College,
Jliss Amy Caldwell, Harvard Uni-
IMiss Sarah Leslie, Harvard Univer-
C. W. Phillips, Columbia University.
Miss lone Grogan. Columbia Univer
The following teachers will spend
the summer at their homes:
Miss Evelyn Martin, Newnan, Ga.
Miss Ida Belle Moore, Burgawq N. C.
Mr. A. P. Routh, Asheboro, N. C.
Mr. William Blair, Greensboro, N. C.
Jliss Estelle Mitchell, Greensboro,
SCIENCE DEPT, IS GIVEN
PICNIC AT SCALES FARM
Miss Lena Bullard, Head of Science De
partment at G, H. S., Entertains,
Assisted by Miss Sumner
Miss Lucy Morgan, Knoxville, Tenn.
Miss Margaret Bridges, Tarboro,
Miss Lucille lM.ercer, Lake Junaluska,
Jliss Julia Potts, New’port New-s, Va.
The following teachers will spend
part of the summer at these places:
Miss Clara Allen, Massachusetts,
New Y'^ork, and Atlanta.
IMiss Sarah Hodges, New^ York and
Miss Robbie Bayer, Chimney Rock
and Nashville, Tenn.
Coach Coltrane and Mr. Stanley John
son will spend most of their summer
L. Hester Appointed President, Da
vid Carroll, First Vice-President,
Miss Johnson, 2nd Vice-Pres.
‘CORADDI” IS BEST ALL-ROUND
GREENSBORO TO HAVE
THE LOST CHORD
I cannot sing of autumn nights.
Nor lovers 'neath the moon;
1 canot sing of perfumed winds
That kiss the still lagoon.
I cannot sing of happy hearts.
Of wedding bells that ring;
Alas! I canot voice these arts.
Because I cannot sing.
RE ST AUR ANT ATMO SPHERE
A total of 300 memberships was
placed in the Civip Music Association
of Greensboro Tuesday, May 17, wdien
an initial drive was launched. It is
thought that 1,(K)0 memberships wTll
be completed before Saturday.
Dr. Wade R. Brown is president of
the Association and is taking active
part in the drive. He anounced that
the success of this drive wfill mean that
Greensboro will have several excellent
It is thought that Greensboro wfill
have the longest membership of any
association in the Carolinas.
H. L. Hester, editor of Duke Univer
sity Chronicle, wais elected editor of the
North Carolina Collegiate Press Asso
ciation at the last session of the asso
ciation on Saturday, May 7. The David-
sonian was chosen as the best publica
tion in the state in its editorial con
tents. Coraddi, North Carolina College
publication, was chosen as the best all
round paper in the state. The Caro
linian of the university, the Davidson
ian of Davidson, and the Gnilfordian
of Guilford won first, second and third
Other ottic-ers elected were: 1st vice-
pre.sident, David Carroll, University of
N. C.; second vice-president. Miss Anne
Johnson, of Queens College; secretary,
Miss Frances Gibson, of N. C. C.; treas
urer, A. L. Aydlett, of State college,
and secretary for the annual group.
Miss Caroline Harris, of North Caro
lina college. Luncheon at Spencer din
ing hall at 1 o’clock was the last event
for the visiting delegates.
The science department was enter
tained by Miss Lena Bullard, head of
the science department of G. H. S., at
Scales’ farm, Wednesday, May 4.
With the aid of Miss Laura Sumner,
Miss Bullard served tomato and bacon
sandwiches, rollsC scrambled eggs, cof
fee, apples, pickles, and cake.
Among the other guests were Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Phillips, Miss F. S. Mitchell,
and Mrs. Stanley Johnson. .
Summer Plans of
Several of the high school boys are
planning to work tins summer, others
are planning to loaf.
Those working are
IDEAL BOY OF G. H. S.
Norman York's eyes.
Theron Brown's teeth.
Wyatt Taylor's hair.
Pete Wyrick's athletic ability.
Ned Lipscomb's ])opularity.
Herman Gardner's smile.
Beverly Moore's executive ability.
Carlton Wilder's intellect.
Edgar Kuykendall’s enthusiasm.
Wyatt Taylor's physique.
Graham Todd’s w’it.
l‘at Patterson's complexion.
Jack Coble's dancing ability.
Finley Atkisson's tact.
J'heron Brown’s personality.
Cecil Bishop's clothes.
PORTION OF NEW OPERA
GIVEN AT COUNTRY CLUB
‘CHILDREN OF CAROLINA’
PRESENTED ON MAY 12
(Continued from Page Three)
Charles Shoffner, Ilattway Seed Com
Thomas Glascock, two weeks at Glas
AVyatt Taylor, life guard at Hamilton
Bill Byers, sell ads for Greenshoro
Pat Patterson,. Fiske-Carter Con
Ned Lipscomb, counselor at Camp
Ed Davant, work if possible.
J. Bryan Grubbs, work if possible.
Pete Wyrick, play baseball some
Carlton Wilder, work if possible.
Louis Brooks, work if possible.
I’erry Hyams, work for the school.
Henry Biggs, work if possible.
Dick Burroughs, work if possible.
J. D. McNairy, work if possible.
The remainder of the boys will prob
ably hold down the corner at Ed Now
DICK BURROUGHS AND CARLTON
WILDER CHOSEN BY JUNIORS
School Glee Club Presents Parts
“Pirates of Penzance” Without
Costumes or Stage Settings
Boys Give Parts of Play
The Monogram Club presented three
scenes of “The Sophomore” to the jun
iors and the seniors in chapel May 9.
Judging from the applause the students
were pleased with the rehearsal.
’The Glee Clubs and the orchestra of
Greensboro High School under the di
rection of H. Grady Miller, gave a por
tion of “The I’irates of Penzance'’ at
the Country Club May 11.
Although only part of it was sung
and acted, costuming, stage accessories,
and speaking parts -were omitted, the
audience seemed to enjoy the part given
to the utmost. The whole opera wTll be
presented at the National Theater Fri
day, May 20.
XVatson; Nathanael Greene, Ernest
Scarboro; Governor Zebulon B. A^ance,
Charles McTver; Charles B. Aycock,
Harry Gump; Spirit of Carolina, Mary
Jane AATiarton; Goddess of Plenty, Hil
da Davidson ; America, Miriam Block.
The schools taking part were:
Part 3, Caldwell School; Part 2,
South Buffalo; Part 3, Aycock School;
Part 4, Aycock School; Part 5, G. H. S.
Freshmen and Aycock; Part 0, Pomona
School; I'art 7, Irving Park; Part 8,
Glendale School; Part 9, McTver School
and Boy and Girl Scouts of city.
(Continued from Page One)
Aliss lua Mae LeRoy, science teacher
of G. H. S., was compelled on account
of illness to go to her home at Eliza
beth City, N. C. Miss LeRoy spent the
week of May 9 at home but returned to
school on Monday.
The staff members for the year ’27
and ’28 will probably be chosen from
the following names:
John M. Brown, Nancy Clements,
Alargaret Betts, Clyde Norcom, Marga
ret Bain, Helen Allies, Jack Kleemier,
J. Bryan Grubbs, Emma Griffin, Irene
AIcFadyen, aAIrgaret Ziglar, Ed Turner,
Jule Squires, Frances AATlliams, Mar
garet Britton, Ed Davant, Frances Cart-
land, Ruth Stinett, Elvie Hope, Pete
AAtyrick, Ella Alae Barbour, Bill Fife,
Rebekah Alae Causey, Pat Patterson,
Leon AA^ells, A^riginia Simmons, Alarion
Geogheghan, Effie Scales, Alary Long
Benbow, Eugenia Isler.
The seniors of Greensboro College
xvere entertained by the juniors at a
banquet at the King Cotton Hotel, Tues
day evening, Alay 10.