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Jan. 19 -We take revenge on Bradford. Score 15-14.
Jan. 25-26-First semester finals. Blue days.
Jan. 26 Team fights hard but falls before Union City: 29-17.
Feb. 2-G. H. S. defeated by Piqua: 42-27.
Feb. 9--Our basket ball squad defeats Versailles in very rough game. 19-14.
Feb. 12 -Dick B. arrives at school minus his coat, but soon returns to his home. UD.
Feb. 14 Physics notebooks disappear. Mr. Metzger thinks we shall iind them when
the building is torn down.
Feb. 16-Most famous day in our history.
Contract for new building given to Mi. Yager 1This means we shall soon
Annual staff gives printing contract.
But G. H. S. loses basket ball game to Bradford.
Feb. 21 Chapel. Mr. Bailey occupies the center of the stage and broadcasts a lecture
on "School in Memorial Hall."
Feb. 22 213 No school. It must be awful to be a man and have to help move.
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March 2 Chapel. Moving pictures. Escaped two classes.
March 13 Group Pictures for annual.
NTARY MCCABE, '23
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The departinent of Klusic of the Public Schools of Greenville
held a Nlnsic Nleniory Contest, in Klcinorial Hall. Alanuary the nine-
teenth, in which much interest was shown not only by the pupils
but by the parents as well. -
l,ists of well known classics with the niune and nationality of
composers were distributed throughout the schools for those wishing
XVirh the aid of the Victrola and piano at home and school,
the pupils became familiar with the selections, which were about
hfty in number.
The preliminary test was made in the grades, beginning with
the hftli grade and in the High School. Those who had a certain
percent were eligible for the contest.
Un the night of the event twenty selections were played on
organ, piano, violin, saxophone, 'cello and Cornet, by Professor Ost-
heimer and some oi the talented pupils of the High School.
The awards in the High School were: First prize, Betty
Kembleg second prize, Mable Metcalf: third prize, VVinona Sharkey.
Pupils from the North and South buildings captured the prizes for
The prizes were presented by the proprietors of the music
stores of the city.
The interest shown by the pupils and the high grades made
by the contestants and the enthusiasm of the general public made it
a great success.
RUTH YocMANs, -a.
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Our agriculture students attend picture show at the Wayne. Many happy faces.
Freshman rhetoricals, "A Trounlesome Tramp."
Mr. Zimmerman speaks on "Insurance," Invest your money, boys.
Fire Prevention Day. Mrs. Kerlm speaks on "Pests" We still have a few.
"History of Greenville" discussed by Mr. Wilson. Aren't we ancient?
Musical program by some Filipinos.
Gymnasium classes entertain us with a program of skill. Mr. McCool talks on
"The Educational Side."
Arbor Dav. Students plant trees. How many will grow?
Mr. Allen's civics class gives the "Grant Memorial" program. Sophomore
rhetoricals, "All on a Summer's Day."
Field Day. Great success. Seniors win, freshman. second. juniors, third, and
sophomores, fourth. Last day of school for the seniors.
Examinations. Many woebegone faces.
Musical program. A howling success.
Junior-Senior reception. Stupendous affair.
Senior Class play, "Clarence" Best one ever.
Last day of school. Freshman picnic at Glen Miller. Rather far away for
them. Alumni banquet. Sophomore picnic at Overlook.
Seniors picnic at Overlook.
Juniors spend second day of vacation at Overlook. Good eats.
Summer spent in hard labor by everyone.
School opens about as usual.
G. H. S. loses first foot ball game to Alumni.
Receive new seats in Vhapel. Mr. Peden, Mr. Fry, and John McEowen enter-
Gettysburg's foot ball squad defeated by G. H. S.: 9-7.
Our foot ball team hoodooed by Xeniag 12-0.
Spanish Club hike. How about the "Knickers'?"
Senior meeting. Orlicers elected.
We win an easy foot ball game at Versailles.
West Alexandria's scalp taken by us in a big foot ball game.
G H. S. squelches Troy. 7-6.
Juniors elect officers.
Senior party at North building. Everybody has a good time.
Our professors take a vacation and leave for Columbus.
Officers elected by sophomores.
G. H. S. is victorious over Piqua. 13-6. Big crowd and lots of pep,
Freshman, sophomore, and junior parties. All say they had a grand time.
G. H. S. annexes another foot ball victory from Bradford, 20-O.
Pep meeting. Coleman has a real program.
Our squad takes University of Dayton preps by surprise. Score 24-0, in our
G H. S. has tough luck at Miamisburg: 6-6.
Grade cards, and a few happy faces, too.
Plenty of work for the doctors.
Thrift talks by Mr. Tillman, Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Krickenberger. and Mr. Kat-
Mr. Gaskill speaks on "Commercialism."
French Club Party. Good eats.
Chapel. Hear a tine talk by Mr. King of Ohio Weslyan.
Art Club Party or feed.
Award foot ball "G's" at chapel. All our great orators speak.
Basket ball game. Alumni defeats G. H. S.1 15-14.
Sketches, Skits, and Stunts by the students. Nuf's said.
Ansonia takes our measure in basket ball.
Christmas Vacation. All was quiet in the Old West School Building.
G. H. S. again hoodooed by Tippecanoe City: 23-13.
Bad day in basket ball. Gettysburg 39 and G. H. S. 13.
Temperance Day. We hear a splendid talk by Rev. Wurtz.
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