October 2 0. 193 2
Over G. H. S.
Reserves Win 1926
Over Pointers '
Bv Score 18-0
Football Eleven Bes^t
Is Estimation of A. P. Rontli
renn. Captain of the Whirl- | Roiiry, Fiekling, and Shelton
wind. Stars For Greensboro, ' i^tars. Tries For Extra Point
Outstanding stars have been pro- ' Herbert Fox. Billy Hamilton, and A.
dueed in the last seven years in the P. Kouth have coached since then. The
various sports offered at G. H. S. The most outstanding boxers were: Justice.
But the Salisbury Lads Prove
Too Strong and Experienced.
BATTLE PROVES TOITIH
of Action In
following is a brief outline of sports,
stars, and coaches.
FtH>tball Team of "16 Is Best
The football team of '26 was the
Moore and Mot singer. Tlie best
wrestlers were: Hiram Bell and Fred
Track Team Won State Championstiip
Asheville High School Eleven
Captures Top Position After
First Three Weeks of Play
For 1932 Season.
Teams Evenly Matelied
Greensboro vs. Gastonia
Game Ends In Tie 0-0
Locals Complete Few Short
Passes. Play Good Game.
Show Plenty of Fight and
The Salisbury gridders defeated the
local team 26 to 0 on the Salisbury
field. Friday. October 17. after a tough
Wrenn. captain and contender for
all-state guard, starred for the Whirl
winds. getting in on alm.LX^t every line
play. Breareale. the other guard;
Hester, center, and Gerringer and
Dempsey, the two tackles, played an
Pittman. Lee. and Fields did the best
work in the backfield. Lee. halfback,
starred with his running and played
an excellent defeitsive game.
Salisbury scored in the first quarter
with a beautifully executed pass for
45 yards and a touchdown. The pass
wifs completed from Scarlett to Gra
ham. They failed to take the ball
through the line for an extra point.
In the second quarter Scarlett made
a 20-yard pass, and after a series of
liite plays by Brown. Harrison, and
Scarlett. Harrison went through cen
ter for a toiichdowm. Scarlett drop-
kicked the extra point.
In the second half. Saleeby. Salis
bury quarterback, ran through an open
held for a touchdown, after which
Scarlett again dropkicked the extra
point. Tite last score was made after
Greensboro had held the opponents on
their 5-yard line and punted to Har
rison. who returned it to the locals'
3-yard line. After a few line plunges
Browit took it over. A pltmge was tried
for the extra point but failed Titis
was the hnal score resultiitg in Salis
bury’s victory. 26-0.
The locals completed' quite a few
sltort passes and on several hne plays
alntost got loose, but other thait that
they made no serious threats, although
during the hrst part of the game, the
ball stayed in Salisbury’s territory.
Greensboro played a good game, show
ing plenty of tight and spirit.
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The track team of ’2,6 woit
15 Sl BSTITl TES ARE FSED ! best G. H. S. produced duritig last
»J* . seven years. Tlte elimination plan was
High Point Holds Greensboro used. The team was eliminated in the the best in the last few years. Bi-own
Squad Scoreless In Second rlnals for the western Championship and Plwx'nix were the best track stars.
Halt'. Belding Sends In Men . by Charlotte. Ned Lipscomb was cap- During '2T-'2S Tommy Lambeth coach-
tain and played center: Theron Brown, ed. '22 Bobby Wilkins. 30- 31 A. P.
Willard Watson. Bill Teague, and Ed Routh.
Davant were also stars. Homer Col- Taylor and Morris Baseball Stars
trans coached. The best team of basebell was dur-
THREE TE.\>1S MEET TOD.W
ohaminor.ship, and this team has been I Greensboro-Salisbury: M'inston-
To Support Line.
Salem-High Point: Charlotte-
Asheville to Meet in Crucial
Games This Afternoon.
To Loeals 19-0
Fields. \Vrenn. Gerringer Also
Play Good Game For M'hirl-
winds: Leary, Cathey ai\d
Johnson Gastonia's Best.
The Greensboro high reserve fovX-
ball team triumphed over the High
Point reserves by a margin of 13 to 0.
which was played on the Senior high
field October 3. The locals managed
to score all 13 points in first half. Fail
ing to score in the first half, the Point
ers also failed in the second half. but.
in this half held the local squad score
Koury scored lirst touchdown in the
earlier part of the hrst quarter, and a
pass attempt failed for the extra point.
After marching down the held, the
second touchdown was made by Pick
ling in the last part of the first quar-
The team of "27 went farther in the
state championshiy* than any other
team has gone, and it won from Ashe
ville at Asheville, but was defeated by
Wilmington at Chapel Hill. Louis
The footblal team of 23 had it
tough, as the best man had graduated.
ing '27-'23 with Wyatt itiyiui ttiiu i
Boyd Morris as stars. Homer Coltrane
coached during ■27-’30. '31 Herbert Fox.
and 32 J. Stanly Johnson.
Golf Team Won State Championsliip
Golf was introduced to G. H. dur
ing the soring of '30. The team was
Coitch Price Leeper’s Asheville Nla-
roons continued to lead the Western
Conference High School race of the
Taylor and I season after the first three weeks
of play with a total of one victory and
no losses to their credit.
The first real battles for the leader
ship will be held this Friday when
three championship games are to be
played. Coach Lester Belding’s "Pur-
ELIAS RUNS FORTY YARDS
Rolland Intercepts Pass In Mid
dle of Second Quarter to Start
Greensboro Scoring. Lee M'all
Makes First Point.
Locals Threatened on Long Run
In First Quarter: Opponents
March to Purple's 15-yard
Line In Second.
comoosed of Fred Newnham. Ed | pie Whirlwinds" will meet one of the
MRENN STARS IN LINE
Norcum and Boren Make Two
Touchdowns: Former Bucks
Line For Only Extra Point
and it was made up of raw material. , yiiehael. Emory Carver, and Frank
Norman Block coached.
Senior High Welcomes Belding’
The football teams of '29-’32 have
been coached by Lester Belding.
For the past four years football has
Abernathy. This team won the state
,Tohn SiH'kwell Was Tennis Star
Tennis has been in G. H. S. several
vears. Last year George Cobb was
strongest combinations of the loop
when they tackle the Salisbury eleven
in Salisbury. What is considered the
major battle of the day will be run
off in Charlotte with Asheville meet
ing the Wildcats. Winston-Salem
coach. John Soc’kwell was the best ; will battle the High Pointers in the
star during ■27-'23.
The Cross Country Team
The cre-ss country team was begun
ter. and a drop kick failed to get the : qeen played on the conference plan,
extra point. ; Rone of the teams have won the state
The third man that carried the ball ' championship. A. P. Routh says. “In
across the line was Amos Shelton, after ; my estimation the football team of '26
another march down the held. Shel- j was the best G. H. S. has had in the in the fall of ’31. The team took sec-
ton also made a line plunge for the I ias;t seven years, and the '27 team was ond place in the state meet,
extra point, but failed. | next." The .Athletic ProgT-am
Basketball Team Won '31-'32 Cham- During the fail there are three j with Coach Jan Jankowski's eleven
plonship squads of football as major, and cross j meetmg the Shelby combination.
other tilt at Winston. In these games
Asheville is favored to win over Char
lotte. Salisbury to beat Greensboro, and
Winston to beat High Point.
The only game outside of the con
ference will be played in Gastonia
Greensboro Pos. High Point
Cox It Grant
Burroughs . . . . Ig Phibbs i C'i' Burroughs. Wrenn. Whitt. Fesmire w’restling as
Parker . . .c Hensley |Th'ts team had some bad baseball and track are majors, with
Thorbon rg pins A^eaks. but went to Raleigh and won ’ golf, swimming and tennis as minors.
E Gibson rt Shelton Ghe championship there. Lester Beld- The .Annual Cake Race
jg. Newton ' Bast year was the best basketball country as minor. In te winter bas-
' team ever produced. It was made up ketball is the major, with boxing and
minors. In the spring
The standing of the conference to
TEAM Won Lc^t Tied Pts. Pts.
Salisbury 3 0 0 70 0
R. Gibson .... re Summy i coached during ■29-'31. and Her- The annual high school cake race i _
P. Reese qb Davis B^^k during '26-'23. The team of which was started last fall will come I Qi-eensboro
Koury Ih Speers
Fickling rh Patts
Shelton fb Hinkle
Tlie substitutions for Greensboro:
Clements. Brantly. Carroll. Wachter. i
Rankin. Jenkins. Ray Hodgin. Lrndley. ;
Nees .King. Applewhite. Cooper. Flowe.
Ill Close Scrap
22 won the state championsliip.
Civrver Best S’v^lmmer
Swimming was first introduced here
during 'Sl-'S’I. Emory Carver was the
Boxing and Wrestling Started in ’28
off again during the second week of , yy^ysiton-Salem .1 1 1 43 16
November. i Gastonia 1 1 1 12 7
Most Outstanding Athlete I charlotte 1 1 1 12 "
Jack Burroughs is the most j High Point ....0 2 1 3 57
standing athlete G. H. S. has ever pro- j CONFERENCE RESVLTS
duced. Diu'ing his time he won four Won Lost Tied Pet.
Boxing and wrestling was started in football letters, four basketball letters. | 1
'23. Homer Coltrane coached until '30. one track letter, one' baseball letter. ; Greensboro 0
i Winston-Salem ... .0
, High Point 0
j Gastonia 0
i Conference results;
Back Flaws From the ^ hirlwiiids
Biirrou^'hs and Snioak Play For Greenbrier
jack Burroughs, former GrcensKiro high letterm.m, scorcvi 13 points in j Gastonia. 0: Asheville. 7.
Hendrix and Tankersley Star In the opening flx^tlxtll g.ime .tg.iinsr \N .tshmgton .tnd l ee .p;., Vireenbrier Mili- GaHonia, 0. Gi.tnsboro. 0
Bfiekfield For Greensboro. Ac.tdemv. At the hrst ot the se.ison he broke two tl^igcrs in pr.icncc,
but thev are well now and he is back m the game. Charles Smoak, a former
Greensboro high scluxh studenr, is also plavmg fcxuball at Greenbrier.
Hiii'h Point's Best
The midget football team of Greens-
; boro high played High Point midgets.
I 0-0 in High Point. In the first half
! the local team outplayed the Pointers.
I but in the second half their opponents
! did the best playing.
1 In the first half the locals displayed
j to put the ball over. In the second
j half due to the punting of Wall, a
I High Point half, the Whirlwinds were
Here is the names
Do You Know Them'
\V e all have our nicknames, even the football men.
■Inch have Ivcome attached to some of our players:
Frank Pittman, "Fat Stuff"; Hilton Gerringer. ''Simp"; Sam Rees. "Nich- |
olos"; Ed Lee. "Swede"; Ike Fesmire. "Little Brother' : Elmer W renn. Runt ; .
'Zi^'"; Bobbv Chrvsler, "Cow Boy"; Horace Breazeal. 'Argen- j
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i plenty of fig'nt. but lacked the punch j Oka Hester, "Zig ; Bobby U fin>ier, uov. do> , i.n.u.i'.i. ^ | Gadd. Charlotte -
tine"; Bill Boren, "Flash"; Fd Cockman. “Cocky"; Arnold D'-'nipsey« | Goodman. Salisbury 2
"Demp"; Thomas Roland, "Honev"; Bill Elias. "Willie”; George Finke, j Pinkston. Asheville 2
"Nap ; Charles Obrien, leg. ^ Boren. Greensboro 1
; Wall. Greensboro 1
Greensboro at Salisbury: Asheville
at Charlotte: Winston-Salem at High
PLAYER Cc SCHOOL T.D. E.P. Tot.
Greensboro 1 1 ■
Brown. Salisbury 4
Harrison. Salisbury 4
Smothers. Winston 2
Morris. Charlotte 2
TT I kept close to their goal.
' I For Greensboro Hendrix, a fleet
I half, and Tankersley. an excellent
I plunging fullback, starred in the back-
i field. On the line Banks and Sneed,
ends, and Vincent, tackle, held the
For High Point. Welsh, a quarter-
I back, was probably the best man on j ^yy_ikcr than usual
Erne.r Ford. "Blubber"; Branch Fields. "Soapv"; Charlie Norcum, : Norcum,
! Bet son. Aslieville 1
Chaplin. Charlotte 1
M'hirlwinds Swap ^ ictories.
The popular opinion of the schexd concerning our f^xnball team is Holder. Charlotte 1
It is Mow the average this season, and that the games are not worth seeing. , smith, Salisbury 1
However, anyone who knows anything about it. will not criticize their work. ^ Leary. Gaswnia 1
Hue to the loss of a number of last season s strongest men, the team i>
Under these circumstances, the locals are holding their
Kendriek. Gastonia 1
j Wimbisli. Winston 1
■Sherrill. Winston 1
; the field. Mall, of High Point, •^as a ! Fetter than many of the team in the past have done. | Ridge. High Point 1
'wonderful kicker, once he kicked to ; Whirlwind^ have plaved three games, out of which they have won j Gillespie. Asheville 0
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Kirkman. tackle, played the best ball, j by a large score, but one should t.ike into ..onsider.uion ths. ta^t that L urham j .
j is prob.;blv the strongest eleven in the state, and has nearly the same team ;
that it had last vear. Even then, the locals put up a wonderful resistance j
High Point |
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Our squad also ran aw.u' with the Leaksville team, and tied the first
\i'estern conference game with Gastonia. The work of these men deserves |
more credit than it has received so far, and if you students would take time
to consider this vou would find it to be true, and would do more to en- i
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One of the most interesting features attending a high sclux''! or college :
football g.vme is the music, color, cheering, and the exciting atmosphere j
NC one obteiilUTV^.. to the Char- | "■I'i.'h svmlvl.es It ..s Ivlny tl.e a.SFl..v ot -...a urslnj on of the
lotte-Greensboro football game by : Mater,
guesising the correct £u:ore of the ( When the.'ic are lacking, the game is lifeless; it is nothing. The players are ,
Greneboro-Loaksville game, which was 1 ^Fe fact that the school is not hacking them. so. naturally, they j
19-0. There were several whose guesses
were close. Van MacNair guessed 18-0.
which missed by a lone point: Doris j
Gambrell missed by one touchdown. | second game, and Greensboro won bt' an overwhelming score. Vi e con-
quessing 19-6. * gratulate vou. students, on the improvement of the spirit and interest that
Those students who secure tickets j you have shown!
to the game October 21. when Charlotte
plays the Purple Whirlwinds on local
grounds, will also have the privilege
of guessing the correct score and re
ceiving a free ticket to the Winston-
Salem game, to be played here Ni>-
Session Room ...
The Purple Whirlwind football squad
triumphed over Leaksville. who pre
sented a lig'ht. but plucky little squad,
19 to 0. Friday. September 30. The
local squad should have done much
better, while the Leaksville squad
played better than expected. Both
teams were handicapped by having
stars absent from theii- line-ups.
The scoring began when Rolland in
tercepted a pass on Leaksville's 25-
yard line in the middle of the second
period. The ball changed hands after
both squads failed to gain. Then
Leaksville kicked. Greensboro fum
bled. but Gerringer. of Greensboro, re
covered the ball. Lee Wall circled left
end for a touchdown after a series of
end runs featured by Boren. Wrenn
failed to kick the extra point.
In the middle of the third quarter
Wrenn blocked a punt which was re
covered by Gerringer on Leaksville's
35-yard marker. In the next play it
looked as though Pittman was skirt
ing right end. but instead he threw a
lateral to Boren who ran 20 yards for
a touchdown. A failed to make
the extra point.
The Winds' third touchdown was
made after a series of line plunges
featured by Norcum who backed the
ball over for the last score. He also
bucked it over for the extra point.
Greensboro threatened again when
Bill Boren got away starting on a right
piid run on his own 45-yard maikei,
but Hundley, of Leaksville, made a fly
ing tackle and just barely tripped
Boren who barely touched the ground
on the 25-yard line, but the Leaksville
team qot a 15-yard penalty for a fh -
mg tackle which put the ball on Leaks-
ville's 10-yard line. It was later run
over from there for one of the touch
Boren starred in the backfield tor
the locals. Norcum. Fields, Lee, and
Pittman did some good playing.
In the hne Wieim starred. O'Bi’ien
and Cockman made an excellent pah
of ends. Gerringer. Hester, and
Breazeal also played a good game.
The Leaksville squad was a plucky
team and had plenty of fight. Wash-
loon and Morgan played well in the
backfield while Ti’oxler. Stevens, and
Bangham played a nice game on line.
Wall. Boren, Wall, Extra Point
Substitutes; Greensboro Pa>ne.
Wall. Rolland. Cox. Wilson. Cockman.
Norcum. Ford. Fesmire, Goodwin. F.
Rees. Leaksville—Hundle, Gillie. Ste
Officials: Bud Shuler vCaiN'llnaO lef-
eree; Murphy iGuilfordh headiines-
man; Atkins vDukeL umpii’e.
! The Greensboro high football team
! battled Gastonia to a scoreless tie at
J Gastonia. The local squad didn't ex-
j peer to do so well, and they have bet-
I ter hopes for the season now than be
fore the g-ame.
Greensboro threatened early in the
firs: quarter when Bill Elias, local
back, broke away for a forty-yard run.
which brought him to Gastonia's 12-
yard line. A pass was completed which
netted two yards, but on the next play
Gastonia intercepted a pass and kick
ed out of danger.
In the second period the Gastonia
aggregation threatened when they
marched down to the Whirlwinds' 15-
yard marker. But then the Greens
boro line held and the ball changed
Both teams were evenly matched
defensively and offensively, and no
other tlireat was made during the
On the local team Bill Elias was out
standing in the backfield and starring
made good gains on end runs, and
with him were Boren, halfback, who
Fields, fullback, who made steady
gains throiiqh the line.
On the line Wrenn. Gerringer. and
Hester were stars on the defense.
Leary, fullback, was the outstand
ing Gastonia player, while Cathey and
Johnson, ends, were outstanding de
The locals were fighting against a
much heavier team than themselves:
and the odds were considered against
Greensboro Pos. Gastonia
Payne le Cathey
Gerringer It Price
Wilson Ig Colette
Hester c Sheltj^j
Wrenn rg Stroupe
Dempsey rt Carson
O'Brien re Johnson
Rees qb Shepard
Boren Ih Murphy
Elias rh Bullard
Fields fb Leary
Score by Periods;
Greensboro 0 0 0 0—0
Gastonia 0 0 0 0—0
Substitutes; Greensboro—Ford. Lee.
and Norcum. Officials: Grey, iDavid-
sonh referee: Causey. iSouth Caro
lina \ umpire; Yarborough, headlines-
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