Thursday, January 18, 1945
(Continued from page one)
ready to attack, the Korean fleet
was in horrible shape, and when
the Japanese offered battle the
Koreans fled and were eventually
Yi-Sun was then called back
into service, and with the help of
a Chinese fleet, he regained con
trol of the sea.
Again the Japanese army be
gan to withdraw. This time Yi-
Sun let their convoy get way out
to sea before he attacked. When
he did attack he wiped out the
During this engagement he
received word that some of his
ships had engaged another fleet
of the enemy’s further to the
south. When he was able to leave
the first battle he raced south
and helped defeat the second
The worst loss suffered by the
Koreans was the death of Yi-Sun,
who was killed in the heat of
battle. He died happily with the
knowledge that he had driven the
enemy from his country.
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Lloyd’s Cagers Lose
As Late Rally Fails
The Chapel Hill High School
girls’ basketball team last Friday
night dropped a hard-fought 16-
12 contest to a strong quintet
representing the Post Office and
the South Building accountants.
The local girls took an early
lead and Chapel Hill led 5-2 at
the end of the first quarter. The
Town Girls, however, in the sec
ond quarter came back to tie the
game up and go ahead, and led by
a 10-5 margin at the half.
In the third quarter the Town
Girls increased their lead to 14-6
with Dot Hogan’s foul shot being
the only Hillian tally. Coach
Lloyd’s girls rallied in the final
quarter but fell five points short
of achieving victory.
For Chapel Hill, Dot Hogan,
although playing only half a
game, was high scorer with five
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We’ll walk together, laugh at
the rain together — it’s pouring
now. Ha, ha, ha, ha, he, he, he!
Trouble comes in threes—but
it missed last Friday night. The
B team won its game, 18 to 16.
But the Kittens lost theirs, 16 to
12, and by the way, Mary Jane
isn’t going to cancel the rest of
their games. And the varsity,
better known as the A team,
lost theirs, 24 to 16.
Sixteen must be somebody’s
unlucky number. Guff! But we’ll
moider Efland! Heh, heh, heh.
We propose a new name for the
varsity team. Since varsity prod
ucts, ice cream, cokes, pepsis and
stuff, all except orange juice have
been ruled out for the teams,
everybody on the said teams has
migrated to the Scuttlebutt.
Therefore we suggest the name
Scuttlebutt for the A team. And
that’s not the only reason. Have
you noticed the way the boys gos
sip during time-outs ? Boys, heh,
Jimmy Blake, the boy with the
bit lip (one of the Burlington
girls, no doubt, heh, heh, heh),
was highest fouler in the A
game—highest scorer, too.
See you in Efland, heh, heh,
RESOLUTIONS . . .
As C. H. H. S. students and
faculty look into a New Year we
hear them saying, ‘T resolve—
Helen Phillips—Not to have any
thing more or less than college
Ward Peacock—to lay off se
nior girls. “They’re ‘Chicken’!”
Mary Jane Glosson — not to
ever do away with my bangs.
Johnny Gobbel — Patience and
more Patience (wonder why?)
Elizabeth Morrison — to al
ways remain faithful (to Don).
Phyllis Ferguson—to stay off
Edith Wrenn — to be more
tack-ful. (This refers to 5th pe
Jimmy Massey—not to speak
in Library or to look on my left.
George Cummins—to find out
how Ardie broke those two ribs.
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