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Constitution and By-Laws
for Their Association.
TO BE APRIL 14TH
Two Preliminary Oratorical Contests
have Already been Held and tbe
Winners Declared} Willie Wolf at
Sblloh und Douglas Featlierstone at
A meeting of tbe Laurens County
High School Athletic nnd Oratorical
Association was held In the oflice of
Stlpt. of Education Pitts Saturday
morning. Among other things attend
ed to was the adoption of a constitu
tion and a set of by-laws.
As is already well known, this as
sociation is composed of the pupils of
all tbe high schools in the county. An
annual oratorical and athletic contest
is held at the county seat, at which
representatives of each of the schools
participate. This year the contest
will begin on the afternoon of the
14th, of April when a base ball game
will he played between the Laurens
and Cray Court High schools. That
night the declamation contest will be
gin pi *::m o'clock. The following
morning the athletic contest will be
l>elil when all of the.schools will par
uolpr.te in every kind of athletic event
Laurens County was Hu? Hist in the
Stale to inaugurate this movement
and already a number of countlos have
followed in the wake and organized
associations of tho same character. A
state association lias also been formed,
in which the winners in the different
COUnt) contests will be sent.
Two prelemlnnry oratorical con
test have already been held in tho
county, one at Shiloh High School
where Willie Wolf was the successful
contestant, and one at the Laurens
High school where Douglas Pea the r
>,iiiiu- was the successful one. The
prelemlnnry contest of the Trinity
Ridge school will be held Friday af
Following is the constitution and
by-laws as drawn up at the meeting
Art. I. Tbe name of Ibis organi'/.u
Lion shall be the l.aurens County Hi
vision of the State High School Ath
letic it ml Oratorical Association.
Art. 2. Its object shall be to stim
ulate an interest in, and to encourage
oratory and athletics in the high
schools of Laurens County and to
unite these "schools more closely, by
creating a friendly rivalry among them, i
on these lines.
Art. H. All the state aided High
schools of the county shall be eligible
to membership in this Association.
Officers nnd Their Duties.
Art. 4. The officers of this associa
tion shall be. president, vice president,
secretary, and treasurer. There snail i
also be two advisory committees, one
on oratory and one on athletics, each
committee composed of three high
school principals or superintendnnt?
There shall also be nn executive com
mittee composed of the principals and
superlntondants of the county high
schools, together with the president,
vice presldenl and secretary of the
Section I. The presldenl shall pro
side at all meetings of the executive
committee and may call a meeting of
"his Committee at any time lie may
deem necessary II ? may nif.o pre
side at the oratorical contest. The
vie ? president shall assume the duties
of the president in Ins absence.
Section 2. Tbe secretary and treas
urer shall be two persons. The sec
retary shall keep, in a well bound
hook, a correct record of all meetings
and contests of the association, and
do the general correspondence of the
association under the direction of the
president. The treasurer shall have
charge of the money of the association
and shall disburse It only with con
sent of tho executive committee, and
shall make at tho annual meeting a
detailed report of nil money collected
Art. ">. The executive committee
shall hold at least one meeting dur
ing tbe year at such time and placo
as they deem best, and shall have
charge of all business that shall come
before tbe association. One third of
the committee shall constitute a quo
Section 1. Each high school shall
elect two delegates to meet with this
oxecufive committee annually. This
committee and these delegates .dial!
elect the officers to serve for one year.
The election of all officers shall be by
ballot. Unless, In the discretion of
the executive committee it seems best,
no officer from the same school can
servo In tho some capacity for two
Eligibility of Students.
Art.'6. Any high school student who
does not fail to make the required av
erage for promotion (such average to
be on all marks Including deportment)
shall bo eligible to enter any oratori
Art. 7. Each school shall haVe two
representatives, a representative and
his alternative, to be selected by a
preliminary contest in each school.
Provided; That If at any time any
school should not havt out one student
who desires to enter the contest that
school may not hold a preleminary.
Section 1. Original orations will not
be required. No oration shall be over
Section 2. The names of the speak
ers together with a copy of the speech
shall be forwarded to the secretary of
the association at least fifteen days be
fore the contest. In case two have
the same speech the one who sends
'* his last shall be required to select
Section ::. The judges shall be nam
ed and secured by the executive com
Section I. A medal shall 1)3 award
ed the speaker making the highest
general average. A medal shall be
awarded to the second best speaker.
Manner of delivery shall count 90 per
cent, and selection 10 per cent. The
expenses of the judges may be paid
out of the treasury. Admission fees
shall be left with the exooutico com
Section The order of speaking
shall be alphabetically.
Section 6. The winner of the first
prize will not be allowed to enter the
contest again until alter the expira
tion of three years.*
Section 7. The speaker who wins in
the County Contest shall represent the
county in the state contest. The speak
er who holds second place In the coun
ty contest shall ho the alternative In
the state contest.
Section 8. Judges return marks of
all speakers at contest.
Art. s. This constitution and by
laws may be amended'only at the reg
'?>r annual meeting of the associa
tion and after the proposed amend
ment has been handed to the secre
tary in writing and by a two-third vote
of the members present.
Art. '.?. In order that the small
schools shall have a lair show no
school will be allowed to cut >r more
than (en men% No school will he al
lowed to enterMnorc than two men in
each event. t A list of all contestants
shall he forwarded to the secretary of
the association at least fifteen days
before the contest, accompanied by a
written statement from the principal
or superlntendnnl that each is eligible
under the rules and regulations of
Art. 10. 1. IUP yard dash.
'i. 2L>0 yard dash,
ft. 410 van', run.
r?. Hurdle racing (low hur
dles lo be used. I
ll. Running broad jump,
7. [tunning high jump.
Putting shot ( 12 pound
m. Throwing hammer (12
Section -'. Each school entering
shall liter at least six event.-.
Trophy < up.
Ait. I 1. There shall be awarded a
trophy cup to ih ? track team securing
a plurality of points, ami shall be hold
for one year. The school iha( holds
it for I wo consecutive years Khali bold
ii pei nuinenlly. I n oas.' a i !e bn
tweeii two contestants n second trial
shall be ;;i\<n. and In rt\s*o ii cannot
he played off the points shall be divid
ed equally between Iho contestants
and If possible a medal or prize niseii
to each. In case of a tie for the cup
tin school holding it the previous year
shall he declared tho winner and il
neither hold it the previous yen- the
name of Loth schools shall ho engrav
ed upon It an'd held by the secretary
of tb ? association.
Art. 12, An admission fee <>f 2.">
cents for the general public and 15
cents for students Bhnll bo charged,
which shall be used to defray the ex
penses of the county meet, and to be
paid out only on consent of the execu
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Of tili- Condition of Tile Enterprise
Hank, Located at I,aureus, S. v., at
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Loans and Discounts . .$Jt'.."> i 35.A3
Bonds and Slocks owned by
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Furniture and Fixtures, .. 4,000.00
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