For A Better G H. S.
GREENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL, FEBRUARY 11, 1921
" ive Breaks Jinx .
MR. PRICE IS GIVEN
High School Faculty Entertain School
Board and Visitors.
On Tuesday evening, February 1st, at
the High School Cafeteria was held the
farewell banquet in honor of Mr. D. R.
Price, who has lately resigned as principal
of the Greensboro High School to enter ‘‘he
til Id of Religious Education.
Mr. Yoi’k presided as a most rosoui'eefil
toastmaster. There was abundaiice of
viands prepared under the direction of
Miss lone Cate, manager of the High
School Cafeteria. There was merriment
a-plenty; there were songs of varying
types; there were puns and' plays; there
were speeches galore—from the “frame-
up” on Mr. Edwards, the rejected orator
of the evening to the formal resolutions
proposed by Miss Killingsworth.
Underneath the merriment and jovial ex
terior here was more than a tinge of sad
ness. Mr. Wills and Mrs. Sternberger
spoke in behalf of the School Board; Mr.
Archer spoke in behalf of City Schools;
and Dr. Cook spoke in behalf of North
Carolina College for Women. Miss Jane
Summerell represented the High School
Faculty. She expresesd very fittingly our
attitude toward the retiring principal,
when she said that we had worked, fussed,
laughed and won together. Mrs. Poole
spoke in behalf of the Parent Teachers’
As a tangible evidence of the high es
teem in which Mr. Price is held by the
High School Faculty, Miss Sutton present
ed him a handsome Sheffield silver platter,
and Mrs. Price a corsage boquet of Kil-
larney roses. Mr. Price accepted the gift
with a speech.
The following resolutions were signed
by each teacher:
Whereas, Mr. Daniel R. Price has served
as Principal of the Greensboro High
School for the past one and one-half years,
and now terminates his connection with
said institution, thus ceasing o be our
principal and associate, wherefore, be it
First, That we, the teachers of the
Greensboro High School hereby give ex
pression to our appreciation for his sym
pathetic aid, for his efficiency as on ad
ministrator and his ability as a leader of
this High School.
Second, That we believe his constant la
bors have made no small contribution to
ward making our High School known in
our State as the one having the most effi
cient and workable organization.
Third, That by his introducing ‘ ‘ Teacher
Participation” we have been helped pro
Fourth, That we recognize the sterling
worth of his character, his high standard
of conduct, and his particular fitness for
work in the field of religious education to
which he goes.
HONOR ROLL FOR FALL
The following students have made
an average of A in all topics dur
ing the past semester. The faculty
and students wish to congratulate
them most heartily upon this attain
Sara Hunt, Lula Mae Iseley,
Leta Shields, Alice Wayniek, Kath
erine Wharton, Francis Young.
Martha Cox, Grey Fetter, Kather
ine Grantham, Margaret Smith, Lu-
cile Wynne, Paul Causey, Eugenia
Hunter, James Wilkins.
Katherine Gregory, Carlotta
Johnson, Bertha Feree, Elizabeth
Simpson, Emelia Eternberger, Mar
Katherine Shenk, James McAlis
ter, William Neal, Robert Wilkins.
Junior High School.
Betty Harrison, Lueile Sharpe,
Miss Grogan’s room. No. 5 in An
nex B, has the honor' of being the
only room in school in which no per
I. Why is the body a good example or
illustration of the Law of Definite Propor
Ans.—“Because even to the hairs of
your head are numbered.”
II. Why does the electricity of the hair
not decompose the hair?
Ans.—Hair is a poor conductor, but
may be decomposed in the presence of a
“catolytie agent.” This explains “bald-
heads. ’ ’
HI. When water comes into contact
with the skin is there a chemical or physi
cal change taking place?
Ans.—Theer is a chemical change, be
cause the appearance as well as the prop
erties of the skin are changed.
IV. Write the reaction for III and
state the precipitate formed.
Ans.—H2 0 X skin—Skin. H2 0 (Un
stable compound.) Soapsuds (?) is the
V. Is the ody an element or a com
Ans.—The body is an element, because it
cannot be divided or broken up and then
stand alone. It is always in its ‘ ‘ element. ’ ’
Fifth, That we, as a faculty, collectively
and individually, wish him the greatest
joy and the deepest satisfaction in his new
work, and wish for him ah. ,ays only that
wliieh is best.
Six Straight Games Annexed by G. H. S.
BasJ^etball Outfit in Eight Days
G. H. S. broke its losing streak on Friday
night, Jan. 29, by defeating Durham High
in Durham by the score of 32-23. The
game was closely contested throughout and
the good team work of the locals saved the
day. Durham put up a game fight, and at
times showed signs of brilliant playing,
but were helpless to go farther, on account
of the guarding and fine goal shooting of
The first half was easily in G. H. S.’s
favor, the local boys having things pretty
much their own way, and the half ended
with the score 13t8 in G. H. S.’s favor.
However, in the last half both teams be
gan fighting for victory at a greater stride,
and only the well organized team work and
shooting of Britton and Poole put Greens
boro in the lead.
The work of Britton, and Poole at for
ward, and Transou and Ballard at guards
featured lor G. H. S., while White and
Hackney played Durham’s best game.
Line-up as follows:
Poole, l.f.; Britton, r.f.; Daniel, c.; Bal
lard, l.g.; Koenig, r.g. For Durham, Gra
ham, l.f.; Green, r.f.; Rigsbee, c.; Haekner,
1. g.; White, r.g.
Feld goals—Poole 6, Britton 5, Daniel
2, Ballard 2, Graham 3, Green 1, Rigsbee
1, Hackney 3, White 3; foul goals, Poole
2, Hackney 1—32-23.
> G. H. S. 27, Raleigh 13.
On Saturday night following G. H. S.’s
victory at Durham, Raleigh went down to
defeat at the hands of the locals, 27-13.
The Raleigh forwards were helpless
throughout the game as a result of the ex
cellent guarding of Ballard and Transou.
The locals were never in danger of losing
the game and some pretty team work was
exhibited. Raleigh lacked team work and
the knack of goal shooting, while Poole and
Daniel of G. H. S. shot almost at will. The
game was clean, only four fouls being call
ed, these being only technical fouls. Poole
had a total of three field goals and three
foul goals to his credit, while Daniel over
shadowed all by getting four field goals;
Ballard made two and Transou three. For
Raleigh, Green scored three field goals and
one foul goal, Bruner, Bynum and Powell
getting one foul goal each.
Line-up as follows
Poole, l.f.; Britton, r.f.; Daniel, e.; Bal
lard,, l.g. ; Koenig,, r.g. For Raleigh: Green,
l.f; Bruner, r.f; Satterfield, c.; Powell, Ig.;
Substitute: Stafford for Britton.
G. H. S. 22, Trinity Park 20.
The locals journeyed back home Satur
day, the 30th, after having defeated both
Raleigh and Durham, and met Trinity
Park on the local floor Monday night, win
ning by the close score of 22-20. The game
came next to the Winston game in being
the best game of the season. At no time in
the game could one have prophesied as to
the winner, each team putting up an excel
lent game, displaying nice passing and ex
cellent team work. Trinity gave a clean
exhibition and won the admiration of the
whole student body in that they played a
clean game regardless of the score. For
6. H. S., Britton and Ballard scored the
majority of the 22 points, Stokesberry and
S. Roane featuring for Trinity Park.
The line-up was: Poole, l.f.; Britton,
r.f.; Daniel c.; Ballard, l.g.; Transou, rg.;
Trinity Park : Stokesberry, l.f.; R. Roane,
r.f.; S. Roane, e.; Davidson, l.g.; Waren,
r.g. Substitutes: Roenig for Transou;
G. H. S. 31i, Danville 21.
The locals won their fourth straight vic
tory Wednesday night, Feb. 2, by defeat-
ijig the much heralded Danville quint
38-21. Danville had a strong team, but
were inaccurate at shooting goals. G. H.
S. showed pretty passing and at times kept
the ball entirely in their territory. Poole
and Daniel scored six field goals each,
while Britton came next with four, and
Ballard followed with one. For Danville,
Enright was easily the star, getting five
geld goals and nine foul goals. Martin
came next with four field goals, while Tins
ley and Campbell had one each to their
Line-up: Poole, l.f.; Britton, r.f.; Dan
iel, c.; Ballard, l.g.; Koenig, r.g.—Enright,
r.f.; Martin l.f.; Tinesley, c.; Darlington,
l.f.; Campbell, r.g. Pinal score 38-31. ref
G. H. S. 46, Reidsville 13.
On Friday night of last week the locals
met and defeated the Reidsville Highs in
a one-sided game, 46-13. Although Reids
ville fought hard to make a showing they
were completely snowed under by the well
organized team work of the locals. Poole,
Britton and Daniel shot at will, Poole get
ting four field goals, Britton nine and Dan
iel eight. Watt and Chance for Reidsville
scored two each, while Gills shot two field
goals and Chance one foul goal.
Line-up : Poole, l.f.; Britton, r.f.; Dan
iel, c.; Ballard, l.g.; Koenig, r.g.—Watt,
l.f.; Chance, r.f.; Gills, e.; Jones, l.g.; De-
lancey, r.g. Substitutes, Transou for Koe
nig, Ballard for Daniel, Forsyth for Bal
lard, Seaburn for Britton, Stafford for
Poole, Miller for Gills, Gladstone for Jones,
Sprinkle for Chance. Referee, Sharpe.
G. H. S. 47, Raleigh 19.
G. H. S. made it six straights on Satur
day night of last week by defeating Ral
eigh High for the second time by the score,
47-19. The game was one-sided through
out, Raleigh being unable to get together
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