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ASHLAND, OKKGOX, JAMA It V IS, HKJ!
r'tjP-f Of TW ASHLAND, OREGON, HIGH SCHOOlTJ I
Jan. 4 Grants Pass vs. Klam-
lath Falls at Klamath Falls.
Report o n Conferences Jan- 5-
and Experiences in ! Jan- 11 Medford vs. Klamath
General 'Falls at Klamath Falls.
! Jan. 12 Roseburg vs. Grants
PLEASED WITH TRIP Pa88 at Grai,,B Paa8
ke Much Plea-nre In Tolling Jan- 19
of Hum'llalloiis of , Jan- 25 Ashland vs. Grants
Other Pa!,s at Ashland.
j Jan. 26 Ashland vs. Klamath
Wednesday. Jan. 16, the Ash- Fall "t Klamath Falls,
land High School students listen. Feb- 1 Ktan-ath Falls vs. Med.
e1 to the Interesting talks given toT& at Medford.
by the students who attended the Feb- 2
convention at the V. of O. at
The speeches were given by thej
followlnwrTTicile Carson. Eunice j
Hagcr, Bobby Todge, Gus Moore, j
Flnv Yonnr Tom Bnswlck. and '
Miss Clark Ib latea Importance of Forest
Kuril 3 Carson described the' n.l Way, of Avoiding lie.
trip to and from the college in a' strurlkm by Fire
vprv Interesting manner Thev at-1
tendel.tha Pr Conterenca-at't- .;.,u.u""'. ".,,:lr."i
Feb. 8 K 1 a m a t h Falls vs.
Grants Pass at Grants Pass.
Feb. 15 Medford vs. Ashland
Feb. 16 Medford vs. Ashland
Feb. 22 Grants Pass vs. Ash
land at Grants Pass.
Feb. 23 Medford vs. Grants
Pass at Medford; Klamath Falls
vs. Ashland at Ashland.
March 1 Ashland vs. Medford
March 2 Medford vs. Ashland
Forester Speaks I Open House Tried
About Prevention! At Ashland High
Large Turnout Places Sev
eral Men (or Each '
Numerous New Men Running
Lsmi Years Player Kimng s
A new plan was tried out In the ito have the edge si no he can
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The basketball practice is now
getting under way in real earnest.
There has been a large number
of asHranls out and 'each one is
struggling hard for a position.
The practices are fait and furious
and at this rate it will not be
long until each player U in tiptop
Program Run Through Wardlow Howell and Howard
for ltene.lt of j Woodson are trying for the center
Guests position, with both boys giving
I the best they have. Howell seems
gumxaAioa X of the Publication
Staff." He especially stressed that
the editor should- not work too
hard. Another interesting talk
given at the Press Conference
was "Journalism as a Profession
and How" by Mr. Tugnran. After
there speeches the Ashland stu
dents took a trip to the Univer
sity Press. Lucile said, that all
were very frienil on the trip
except Tom, who seemed to be
to Oregon, and asked their coop
9atton in preventing forest fires.
He Mdliat 65 per cent of all
the nioiivj brought into Oregon,
ujmes fromNjmljerMi some way.
In oirrjwn c6untry7half of the
taxes are yaid by timber.
Ho advitj anyone intending to
ake up forestry as a profession
:o get a good education both
Vfch school and ollege.
"Forests," he ' Jold the stu
dents, "furnish not only lumber.
occuuled in deep thought. Hei
brcke bis silence on the trip back j fueL acea of recreation, and wa-
hy continually singing "I Can't
Give You Anything Hut Love,
liaby.'- Tom must have Keen some
chaimlng maidens, what do you
think about it?
Eunice Hager, presiicnt of the
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o Well Under Way
Wo: k on the annual operetta
hat begun. Miss Arnold announc
es ihat it will be given some time
Th!s year "Llelawala," an In
dian story, Vijleen chosen, and
it is full of hnmor, pathos, and
romance. It shows the Indian's
great courage, aV Llelawala, the
heroine sacrifices herself that her
tribe may not have a war.
Tiyoutj for the leads will be
held soon, and .the Girls' and
rtoys' Glee Clubs are now working
Vu the chorus parts.
This operetta has been given
many times before, and has been
a great success both financially
ter for drinking i nd Irrigation,
but also, forest land is grazing
land to n.ake niea:, niilk. wool,
Among the 'firebugs" who
must be stopped, the careless
campers and tourists, who leave
burning fires and throw away
binning matches, were mentioned,
is were also the logger who does
not burn his slashings, and the
Fireman who lets the sparks fly
Interesting moving pictures ac
in) anled tho talk, one reel.
League aii&wa!. we'l nA.tckji'dig ,b
many town People.
The students jvere supposed to
bring their parents and show them
around th building. The whole
routiuo of a school day was put
on and each student went to his
"lass for a seven minute period.
During the fifth period a short
progrum was given.
The rest of the periods were
rather poorly attended, because a
girls' basketball game was in ses
sion In the gym and drew most of
he crowd. The girls. Seniors vs,
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Keaton Leaves for
Home in Oakland
; cii "at guard"? oslnn- amf rV
hnr:l to get by. Kenneth Brown is
trying hard for guard and is very
energetic. He should make good.
Beawlik, who made last year's
second team guard is giving the
other boys a, lot of competition
now and Is Improving steadily.
The prospects this year for for
wards are very good. Although
the playing is yet a little ragged,
the-e boys should develop into
the fastest players In Southern
Oregon. We can expect a lot
Juniors, created a lot of pep and ifrom them. Baldwin, Reder, Gill.
rivalry on the sidelines among Smith, McCleod and Hitchcock,
the rooters, especially the boys, are all trying hard for this posl-.
each one wanting his class to win. jtion, and are fast becoming ac
Of course the Seniors were yiC-icu"ate and speedy.
torious. 1 I-on practices are being held
Tea was served In the domestic jof la'e. to get the boys in condl
science department for those whoition, and by the time of the first
cared for it. 1 tame they should be at their
This ended the first Open ibest.
House. The students and far-1
ulty aro very well satisfied with XmaS Program IS
the interest whi. h it caused and j Given in Assembly
plan to m:;ke it an annual affair.
Phil Keaton, Ashland football
letterman, has left lor hia home
n Oakland. Calif. Phil will be
missed in basketball, as he was
a fast forward and sure shot.
He played for Junior High tast
year. He intends to be here next
year for football so the school will
The Christmas program was
Football Sweaters ! cleverly presented. Friday, Dec.
Cause Commotion . " form ora play.
j The college girls and Incident-
Have you all noticed the boy's ty graduates of A; H. S. were un-
new sweaters? That is, can you able to return home ana were
help but notice them? 'spending dull days at the college.
Wt-ether one lsVup town or at. They tuned In' on station XMAS,
school there Is always at least one '. Ashland. Oregon, and got a pro.
of .ese bright sweaters to be gram given by the High School,
sean. Some of them have only one The program contained the fol
atripe, while others have two or lowing numbers; "Song, Negro
three, but no matter how many Minstrel," Miss Arnold; Bible
ttripes they have it is the swelter reading, Beulah Wright; Story,
Inot have to look for a new tackle
to fill his place.
and for entertainment.
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