April 29, 1938
Civitan Relays to Be Held at
Memorial Stadium Today
IS ANNUAL EVENT
Strong Array of Tracksters
Will Clash in Important
NETTERS MEET OAK RIDGE
Undefeated Record of Locals Is
Stake in Tilt With Cadets Here
Schedule of Chapel Programs
May 5—Student Council.
Mas" 12—Introduction of Candidates.
May 19—Athletic Awards.
May 20—Stunt Night.
May 26—Installation of Officers.
May 31—Skip Day.
lly V'ORTH HOLDER
The ainuiar Civitan track meet to be
held this atternoou at M-emorial sta
dium claims the spotlight for today's
with the pick of
the state high
school cinder] )ath
artists on hand to
O n e o f t li e
strongest array of
teams in recent
years will vie for
honors in the Civi
tan relays, and a
close battle for in
looms as the highlight of the annual
affair. Although the Ihirple AVhirlwind
tracksters are given only an outside
chance of winning team laurels, the
locals have several individual stars that
will bear watching in the meet today.
In the only other contest slated for
today, the Whirlwind netters will play
host to the Dak Ridge tennis team in a
return tilt. Teh locals overw helmed the
Calets in their first meeting by the
count of !) to 0.
Meanwhile Coach Stanley .Tohnson
.sent the Rurple and Gold diamond
We have the best and
largest assortment of
Tennis Rackets in Tom n
Dunlap, Wilson, and
New Styles in
Sweaters and Sport
Sporting Goods Go,
of May 2nd
A Miracle in
307 HAS SERIES OF VERY
Miss Sockwell’s homeroom, 307, is
having a series of morning programs.
These programs, which are under the
direction of Jean Stafford, are in addi
tion to their regular morning devo
Rrobably the most interesting of the
program.s was a Ih'ofessor Quiz contest
concerning G. H. S. The wunner of
this, Reginald Tilley, received three
pencils ;is a prize.
The last program was a spelling
aggregation through stiff drills in x)rep-
aration for its invasion of Durham next
week to meet Duke university’s formid
able freshmen nine.
A ttentiofiy Candidates
“Now is the time for all good stu
dents to come to the aid of their
party,” also a perfect way for you
to insure your success on Election
day is to announce your candidacy
in the next issue of HIGH LIFE.
Spend part of your allotted campaign
funds here in your school, where
1,600 voters will see your ad and be
reminded to cast their ballots for
However in order to give all can
didates an opportunity to advertise,
contestants for school officers will
be allowed only six inches, and those
for semester offices only four inches.
Therefore, be sure to get your ad in
to someone on the business staff of
HIGH LIFE as soon as possible.
Craig & Hollingbery; Inc., Nat’l Rejn
DEBATERS HEAR STATE
FINALS AT CHAPEL HILL
Several debating club members were
in Chapel Hill last Friday to hear
Union Grove’s negative team wun a de
cision over Salisbury's Boyden high.
Those who attended were as follow’s:
Bruce 'Wall, Jane Faison, Bloise 'Woods,
Willa Jean Hayes, Martha Hornaday,
Beverly Ann Money, L. M. Olymer,
Miss Causey, Mr. Thomas, and Mr. and
Mrs. I. E. Wall.
Smith '.rakes Motor Trip
Mrs. Blanche Smith toured Virginia
and M'est Virginia during the Easter
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