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CHARLES E. RIDGE • • EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
WILSON ROGERS • . BUSINESS MANAGER 




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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY 



BY THE STUDENTS OF 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



HIGH POINT 



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NORTH CAROLINA 




DR. G. I. HUMPHREYS 




For his strength of character and 



power of leadership; for his ear- 



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nest work to promote the advance- 



ment of education; for his constant 



mindfulness of the best interests of 



the student body; for his inspiring 



vision and unceasing efforts to cre- 



ate a greater High Point College, 



we, the staff of the 1937 ZENITH, 



respectfully dedicate this, the 



eleventh volume, to our president. 



DR. GIDEON 



IRELAND HUMPHREYS 




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the beating of drums . . . the 
tolling of bells . . . the strident 
tones of the town crier . . . the 
clatter of hoofs along the post road 

— these, for two thousand years 
were the accoutrements of com- 
munication. And then in the Nine- 
teenth Century came revolutionary 
changes in the transfer of news 
and thought from man to man in 
every corner of the earth; the tele- 
graph, the telephone and, in the 
closing decade — RADIO. 



comeiiTs 



BOOK ONE 



THE COLLEGE 



BOOK TWO 



THE CLASSES 



BOOK THREE ATHLETICS 



BOOK FOUR ORGANIZATIONS 



BOOK FIVE 



FEATURES 




MARCONI AND EQUIPMENT WITH WHICH SIGNALS WERE 
FIRST RECEIVED ACROSS THE ATLANTIC IN 1901 




THG COLLGGG 





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GIDEON IRELAND HUMPHREYS, A.M., D.D. 
PRESIDENT 



BOARD 



II. A. Minis . 
N. \l. Harrison 



OF TRUSTEES 

OFFICERS 

President 

. Stiff lory-Trtasurer 



I. I . Pritchard 

K. M. COX 

Dr. .1. II. Cutchik 

W. I". HUNSUCKER 

1. D. Wxi 1 1 Mi 

I. M. Mil UK IN 
J. S. PlCKI i i 

S. w, r.uniK 
Mrs m i. Wrekn 
H. K. Mn i Q\\ m 



I. Norman Wills 
i . Loc an I'ciki m 

J. C. Aim A'. 

C. F. Finch 
< .. II. Kearns 

C. C. ROBMNS 

I.. I-. Koss 
A. M. Rankin 
Ok. W. A. Lambei ii 
E. C. McCrarv 



MISS LOUISE ADAMS, AM 

llUttMttOt m nfatberrutict 

A.B., Hiuh Pome Collie, 1929; A M . Llniv 
of North Carolina. 1930. 

Hinh Point College. 1933— 



J. HOBART All HI. I) A M 

Ptofettm •'/ Xhtjetn Li'i.Ti.iv" 

A.B.. University of North Carolina, 1922; A M 
ihid.. 1929 

Hle.ll Point Cnlleiu. P'M- 



MISS LOLA BARRY. B.S 
Ptojewn "/ Hum.' Btonomu < 

B.S.. Tennessee State Teachers Collie,.-. Win, M S 
L'niversitv of Tennessee. I'M-l 

High Point College. 1936— 

PAUL R, BOWEN, Ph I) 

Profeltol 11/ Hiotoxy 

A.B.. DePauw University. 1925; MS, Yale Urn 
versity, 1929; Ph.D., Yale University, 1931 

High Point College, 19)2— 



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TH€ FACULTY 









MISS SIDNEY BRAME \ M 

Dircttoi Phytreai Education foi Women 

A H . Millnpi College, 1930; a M , Ptabod, I ol 
fog* I'm;. 

High P - Collage, 1934— 



Miss BLDA i I ARK. A,B, 

.!■. i.i.im Ptoie i Commercial Department 

S rary (.- President;, 1935— 



l-.DMUNLi O t.L'MMINGS. Pit D. 
/'.,./,,.,■, ,,/ Chemistry 

B.S.. University Of N C 1919: Ph.D., Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology. 1923. 

High Point College 1928- 



l< H CUNN. A H 

tniiruttoi in Department .»/ Butineii 

A.B . Elon College. 1924. 

High Point College. 1929- 




J. KAI.TO FARLOW, B S. 

InitruttOt m Ptpj'tmrnt •>/ Hti'irif" 

B.S.. University North Ouoll"o«, 1934. 

H.gh Point College. 1936— 



W H FORD, A.M. 

/piif'inM' 11 Dtporlment ><f Buihttu 

A B , University of S. C. 192}; A.M.. ibid 
192K. 

High Pomi College, 1934— 



NATHANIEL M. HARRISON, B.D. 

Promotional Sttreiuty 

A B V.-iorn Maryland College. 1916; B.D.. 
Westminster Theological Seminary, 1919. 

High Point College, 1930— 



CLIFFORD B HINSH.UV A.M.. Litt.D. 

Pratt ' <•/ Education and Piychology 

A B . Guilford College. 1916: A.M.. University of 

N.C.. 1924: A.M., Columbia University, 1927; 
Litt.D., Western Maryland College. 19J2. 

High Point College. 1927— 



TH€ FACULTY 



MISS VERA IDOL. A M 
/',„/,,., i. ,./ Eaftiin 

A B , Greensboro College, 1921; B.S.. Columbia 
University, I923l A M . .bid . 1927 
High Rata I otltgi 192 I 

PAUL S. KENNETT B.D., II D 

Pto/tlioi "I Hlitory 

A.B.. Guilford College, [913; B.D . Wesimlnslei 

Theological Seminal-. 1917; II.D Adrian College. 

1928. 
High Point College, 1924— 





PI Rl i I I INI 'I.I -l A M I hi I i 

Ot** ■' ' ' Rl flglOUl / ,/;,. .((,,<» 

A B , Elon ( ollege, 1920; \ M . Vandmbili Uni 

vcimiv. 1921; l.itil) Western Maivland ( ..liege 
I92C 

High Point College HM 

MRS MABB I Mil I IK AN A B 

Soeial Director, II <i»rjn , Hall 

A.B.. Asheville No.mal. 1902 

High Point College 1936— 





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J. HARI.EY MOURANE. M.S. 

I'r«tru.<r n/ ChtmiMiy .»ri,i /*/•,.!, , 

B.S., University of N. C. 1952; M S ibid 

1924. 

High Point College, 1924— 



CUU.EN R. OWENS, A.B, 

Pro/lllOI r./ Spttch and D'jm.ll,.. 

A.B.. Betej, 19JJ; A.M.. Northwestern, ivi 1 - 
High Point College, 1935— 




DONALD ). RUI-FS. AM 

Atmtuit p.. .if.,.,, ../ Entli'h 

A B.. University o( North Carolina. 19!2. A M 
Harvard University, 193J. 

High Point College. \93A 

MISS JANET C. RUSSEU.. R.S 

Profetim .>/ Mutie 

Obrtlin Conscivjcorv of Music. WJ2; PiinO muJv 

wicli Fit^on Pciti and Tobias Maithav, LonJon 

1935-36. 

Hi^h Point Colteiic 1936— 





THG FACULTY 





MI'S C I WHITAKER 

DtHitian 



MI'S ALICE PAIGE WHITE, A.M. 

/'• i r o/ Gtttk ,rnj /.j/iri 

A B . Boston University, 18931 A M . Teachers 
• allege, Columbia University, 1907, 

High Poim College. 1924— 





NATHANIH P. VARHOROUGH. A.M. 
■I ru/i I'.. .J',.." ,<l Modern languasei 

A.B , WofforJ College. 1923; A M . University 

Si. uili Caroline. l Q 2o; Diploma Irom Institute 
Phonetics, University of Fans 1930 

High Point College, \9M ■ 



i VIRc-.II VOW. A B. 

Coaeh ."'.I Dtrectai Phyneat Training »>" Men 

\ B High Point College l"<". 

High Poim College, I9J2— 



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A CORNER OF A TELEVISION LABORATORY 




THG CLASSES 





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PAUL SCOTT OWEN 

PINNACLE, H. C. 

Dan,,-: B.S. 

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Lighted Lamp, 3, 4 ; Dormilory Student 
Council, 1, 3, 4; Akroihinian Literary So- 
ciety, 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary 2, President 3; 
Student Absence Committee, 3; Zeni'Iii, 2, 

3; Class President, 4; Christian Endeavor, 

1, -, 3, 4, Nice-President 3, Treasurer 4; 

Marshal Chief, ; ; President Commerce Club, 

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Officers 

PAUL SCOTT OWEN 
President 

CHARLES EVANS RIDGE 
Vice-President 

INZA MARIE HILL 
Secretary 

SHELDON BRINKLEY DAWSON 
Treasurer 



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(;kok(;i wii i iard armi ii.ii> 

high point, n. c, 

Degree: A.B. 

University of North Carolina, 2. 



MARV MARGARET i:.\ I I S 

BROWN SL'MMIIT, N. C. 
Deffree: U.S. 

Christian Endeavor, r, 2, ;. 4, President, 5, 4: 
Modem Priscilla, 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President, ;. 
President, 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, 
3, 4; V. \V. C. A.. 1, 2, 5. Vice-President, 5; 
Art Club, 1, 5; Hi-Pa, 2, 5. 4; Student Ab- 
sence Committee, 5: Marshal, J ; Student 

Council, 4; W. A. A., 4. 



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|AMES ALLEN AUS1 IN 

mi. 11 POINT, s. C. 

I>. .ii,, : ]{.S. 

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Student Council Constitution C mittee, 1; 

Thalean Literar) Society, 1,2, j, 4, Secretary 
2, Forensic Council Representative, 5; Busi- 
ness Manager V. M. (". A. Handbook, 2; 
Lighted I. amp Constitution Committee, 2; ///- 
I'u. 2, ;, 4, Treasurer, 2, Business Manager, 
;, 4; Student Council, ;, 4, Vice-President, ;. 
President, 4; Athletic Council, 3. 4; Executive 
Chairman Senior Class. 

DOROTHY DAVIS BELL 

S 'OUT, \. C 

Dtgrti . A.B, 

Nikanthan Literar) Society, ;, 4, Inter-Societj 
Debator 3; Lighted Lamp, 4; Fii-Po, i, 4. 
Co-Editor, 4; Student Council, 4; Forensic 

Council, 4. 



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ARNOLD LEE BOLEN 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Degree: A.B. 

Band, ;. 4.; A Capello Choir, 1. 2; Orchestra, 
1, 2. 



WILLIAM ALBERT BOOTH 

OXFORD, K. C. 

Degree: A.B. 

Akrothinian Literary Soclstv. 1; Soccer, 1; 

Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 3, 4; Block 

•II" Club. 1, 2, 3. 4. 



RAYMOND 1 Mill. I. BROWN 

1111:11 poin 1, ••■. c 

Degree: A.B. 

Ministerial Association, t, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President, :: fhalean Lite ran Society, 4. 



JULIA COE 

III'. II POINT, N. C. 

Degree: B.S. 
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Arternestan Literary Society, 3, 4, Treasurer, 
3, President, 4; Class President, 3; lli-Po, 1, 
2, 3, 4; A Capella Choir, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, 4, Secre- 
tary, 4; Commerce Club, 4. 




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SHELDON BRINKLEV DAWSON 

SALISBURY, MARYLAND 

Degree: A.B. 

1 ']' K 

A Captlla Choir, i, i, 3, 4, President, 1 ; 
Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, ;, 4, Treasurer, 2, 
Monitor, 4; Akmthinian Literal") Society, r, 
2 , J. 4. Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4; lli-l'n, 
2, 3, 4; Dormitory Student Council, 4, Secre- 
tary, 4: Band, 3, 4. 

MARGARET DIXON 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 

Degree: B.s. 
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Arteinesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Critic, 
4; W. A. A., 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Vice- 
President, 4; VV. A. Council, 2, 3, 4; Best 

Ail-Around Athlete, 3. 



CLIFFORD DELL 

1. Kl I S'SOORO, N". C. 

Drgrei A B. 

CTniversit) ol North Carolina, 1 ; Asbevjlle 
Normal, 2 ; Lenoir-Rry ne, ;. 



Ill I CHER ISHMAEL DORSETT 

M \s\ [LI S, v I - 

Di .11, , i A.B, 

& A E 

Baseball, 1, 2. 3, 4; [*halean r.iterarj Society, 

1. 2, ;. 4. 



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PEARL VIRGINIA I Kill I HI RG] K 

riiHisMin i ii, OHIO 
Orgrtt; All. 

M I* Bible Institute, '26-28; Columbia 

Hilile College, C'niversitj "l South Carolina, 
'ii-';'., Nikanthan Literarj Society, 4. 



VAPAI.IA MARRIAGE IARI.OW 
SOPHIA, N. C. 

II, in '• 1 AH. 

Nikanthan Literal) Society, 2, 3, 4; Modern 

Priscilla Club, 2. 3. 4; W. A. A., 2, 3; Art 

Club, ; ; Chemistrj Club, 2. 



|ACK FITZGER \l D 
i.i.viwoon, s. c. 

linn,,: I5.S. 

Ru!herford Juniiii (nil,-,. t ; Guilford Col- 
lege, 2. 



I EZEI I c.AKI I\(.Ion 
POLLOCK, M. 
Degrte: All. 

Thalean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3,4, Treasurer, 
2. j, 4; Ministerial Association, r, ;, 5, 4. 
President, 4; Dorrnitorj Student Council, 2, 
\ ice President, 2; Christian Endeavor Society, 
1.2,;; Y. M. C. A.. 1, 2, 5; Debating Team, 
2; Delegate t<> S. V. M„ Indianapolis, 2. 




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DEMETROIS A 1 HANACIOS GIANOULIS 


1 RANGES .\ «,i II II 




inc. ii POINT, v. C 


HICH POINT, V C 




Degree: U.S. 


Degree: B.S. 

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ArtemeMan Literary S ty, i, ±. ;. 4: 

snal, ; ; Cororoerci Club, 4. 


M.n 


SARA HARRIS 


Ai I ON HARTMAN 




-1 MMI HI III 11, (J. 1'. 


\m vsli, M. c. 




Degree: A.li. 


Degrei B.S. 




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Artemesiao Literarv Society, t, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President, 3 ; VV. A. A., 4. 



I h.ilr.iii l.iui.m Society, i, .:, ;, 4, Critic, 4: 
Tumbling ream, 1, -; Studem Council, 1; 
///-/'-.. 1, j, ;, 1. Sports Editor, 4; Basketball 
Manager, 4; Marshal, 3: I.iuhti-il lamp, 4; 

President Dormitor) Council, 4; Studem Ab- 
sence Committee, ;; President Pan-Hellenii 
Council, 4. 



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JAMES SILVESTER HIGGtNS 

i.i II I uKI> nil LEGE, V ' • 

Degree: A. It. 

Guilford College, i, 2, jj [>uk< 1 niversit) 
Summei School, ;; Vice President North Car- 
olina S1111I1 iii'« Mini-lei i.il Association, 2; 

rhalean Iiin.m Society, -1; Ministerial 

A--'» i.ni 4. 



ASM! I.W HOLT 

i.K Ml \M, V C. 
Il,„„, A.B. 

Nikanthan Litcrarj Society, 1, •, ;. 4, Presi- 
dent, 4; \V. A. A., j, ;, 4, Secretary, 2; 
Christian Endeavor Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. \V. 
C, A., 1, 2, ;, 4; A Capella Choir, i, 2; Chief 
Cheer Leader, 4. 



LNZA MARIE HILL 
DENTON, v C. 
Degree: A.M. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer, 2, Vice-President, 5; Christian Endeavor 
Society, I, 2. 3, 4, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3; 
///-/v., 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club, 1, 2; W. A. A., 
2, 3, 4; Dormitory Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2, President, 4; Commerce Club, 4; 
Class Secretary, 4; Y. \V. C. A., 1, 2, 3; 
Marshal, 3; Student Absence Committee, 3. 

MARGUERITE ELAINE JENKINS 

FROSTBURC, Mil. 

Degree: A.B. 

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Hood College, I, 2; A Capella Choir, 3, 4; 

Artemesian Literary Society, 3, 4, Treasurer, 

4; \V. A. A., 3, 4; Woman's Dormitory 

Council, 3. 4: Cheer Leader, 4. 




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MARY ELISE KILPATRICK 

IIAVN'F-SVII.I I , l \. 

Degree: AH. 

Louisiana Stale Normal College, i ; West- 
minster College Texas, 2; Nikaiuliaii l.iu-rarv 

Society, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor Society, ?, 4; 

Ministerial Association, ;, 4; W. A. A., ;, 4; 

Treasurer, 4. 



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W. C. KOONTZ, JR. 

I1ICII POINT, N. C. 

Degrei : B.S. 

Baseball, r, 2, ;. 4; Soccer, ;, 4: Basketball, 

1, 2, ;, 4; Block "H" Club, i. 2, ;, 4: 

Commerce Club, 4. 



II. O. I.ANN1NG 

LEXINGTON, X. C. 

Degree: A.B. 



GLAD^ S Rl I II MAXWELL 

iir sin kmisui 11, \. . . 

Degree: B.S. 

1 A >l> 

Arii'ine-ian Litcran Society, 1, 2, ;; Modern 

I'ris.illa <hil>, 1, 2, ;, 4: Art Club, 1, ; ; 

Dormitory Student Government, 3; Pan- 

Hellenic Council, 4. 



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SAMUEL WOK I II M\ ERS 

1 1 1" >.m \-> mi, n. c. 

!>,„,,,■: A.B. 

///-/'». 2, ;, 4 ; Phalean Li tern n Society, i, 
2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, Marshal, •,. President, 4 , 
Ministerial Association, 1, 2, ;, 1, Chaplain, ;. 
1 ; I >, 11 1 111 imi Student ( ouncil, ; , N . M. < '. A., 
1, 2, ;. 4, Vice-President, 4. 



PAULINE RAWLS PARKER 

RICHMOND, t \. 

Degrei , AH. 

\V. A, A., -•, ;, 4, President, 4; W. A. C, 2, 
j, 41 \ Capella Choir, 1, 2, 5,4.; Y.W. C. A., 
1, 2, ;; Little Theatre, ;; Christian Endeavor 
Society, 1, 2. 5,4; ts'ikanthan Literary Society, 

1. 2, 3. 4. 



JAMES MERWYN PARSONS 

I AMHMiim;, PA, 

Degree: A.B, 

Appnlarlii.in Stale Teai'liriN (<»llcm-, I, 2; 

Akrothinian Literarj Society, 3. 



fOSEPH R. PAYNE 

HIGH POINT, H. C. 

Degree: B.S. 

Orchestra, 1, 2: A Capella Choir, 

Band, 3, 4, President, 4. 



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LENA ELIZABETH PIRTLE 

MI'S |i.HMhK\ , M \. 

Dcgrte; AH. 

2 A * 

A ("apella Clinir, i, 2. 5; Modern Priscilla 
Club, 1, i, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Critic, j; 
Christian Endeavor Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; An 
Club, 1, 2, 3; Y. \V. C. A., 1, 2, 3, President, 
3; Artemesian Literary Society, 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Executive Committee Senior ('hiss. 



DeLOIS estelle pressley 

1 1 K.I I POINT, N. C. 

Degree: U.S. 

A ('apella Choir, 2, 3. 4; Nikanthan Literarj 
Society, 2, 3, 4. 



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HARVEY HANSEL PRESSLEY 

1iK.11 POINT, s. C. 

Degree: A.B. 

1 A V. 

I eimis Irani, 2, ;. 4 ; Akrothinian Literarj 
Society, 1, 2. j, 4, Secretary, 2. 



CHAR] ES EVANS RIDGI 

1 1 KINGTON. N. C. 

Degree: B.S. 

A (apella Clinir. 1, 2, j; I'halean Literary 
Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary ;, \ ice-President, 
4; Circulation Manager, ili-l'o, 2; Christian 
Endeavor Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice- 
President, ;: Y. M. ('. A.. 1; Commerce Club, 

4, Treasurer. 1; Class \' ire- President, 4; TlIK 

Zenith, 2. Editor-in-Chief, 4: Delegate to s. 
V. M., Indianapolis, 3. 



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IQSEPH WI1 SON Kin.lKS 

in hi INCTON, ^- C. 

Degree. U.S. 
I 'I' K 

A Capelta Choir, 2, 3. 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, ; ; 
Akrothinian Literary Society, 1. 2. ; -, Band, 
3, 4; Basketball, 1,2, ;; rennis reai 2, 

3, 4, Captain-Manager, 3; V. M. C. A., 4: 
Block "II" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club, 

4, Vice-President, 4; Christian Endeavoi 
Society, 1, 2, ;, 4; Zekith, 3, 4; Advertising 

Manager, 5, Business Manager, 4- 



LOUIS VAN SMI I II 

UK. 11 POINT, V. I. 

Degree: A. IS. 

-i A I) 
(iiiiltnrd College, i; Soccer, 3. 4; Block "II" 

Club, ;, 4; ^ M. ('• A., 4- 



IllllNMI RiniSII.I 

LINCOI.KTOM, K. C. 

On/rer: A.B. 

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Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain, 4; Akrothinian 

Literary Societv, 1, 2, 3; Block "H" Club, 1, 2, 

3. 4; VM- C. A..4. 



LEE WOOHROW SIIERRILL 

SI.VIKSVII.l.K, S. C. 

Degree: A.B. 

E II '!• 

Football, 1 ; Baseball, 2, 3; Captain, 2; Soccer, 
2, 3, 4; Captain, 4; Akrothinian Literary 
Society, 1, 2. 3, 4; Block "H" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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AI.SON GRAY THOMPSON 
ROANOKE RAPIDS, *. C. 

Degree: A.H. 

Christian Endeavor Society, i, z, 3, 4; 
I halean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 

4- 



MARY FRANCES WARLICK 

LAWNDALE, s. C. 

Degree: B.S. 
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Mars Hill Junior College, 1, 2; A Capella 
Chnir, 3, 4; Nikanlhan Literary Society, 3, 4; 
Chorister, 4; Christian Endeavor Society, 3, 4. 



VI-.STA PI-ARI. IROXI.IR 
IIURUKCTON, s. >-'. 

Degree: A.B. 

Nikanthan Literarj Society, 1, 2. j, 4, Treas- 
urer, 3, Pianist, 4; Christian Endeavor Society, 
1, 2, 3, 4, Pianist ;. Secretary, 2; W. A. A., 
-, 3. 4 ; Sergeant-at-Arnw, 2: Dormitory Stn- 

ilent Government, i, 2, ;. 4. Head Proctor, 3, 
Vice-President, 4; A Capella Choir, 1, 2, 3. 4, 

Seiiei.m, 4 ; Ail Clnh, ; ; \ . W. ('. A., 1,2.;. 



WILLIAM WOODSON WEISNER 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

i>, free: A.li. 
a A 1: 

lli-l'u Staff, 1, 2, 5, 4, Editor, ), 4: Akrothin- 
ian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, 
Critic, ;, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Stu- 
dent Council, 3. 4: Marshal, 3. 



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IRIS WELCH 

ii l'ni\ i. w. c. 

Drprei A.B. and U.S. 

A (I -i' 

N'ikanili.iii Liter an Society, i, 2, 3, 4, Choris- 
ter, ;, Chaplain, 4; A Capclln Choir, 1, 2, 4: 
Orchestra, 1. 2, j; Band, 5, 4; Pan-Hellenic 
Council, 4; Art CU1I1, 2, 3, Vice-President, ;. 



AGNES LOUISE W1LLCOX 

i.hi 1 SSBORO, s\ C 

Degrm a.k. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, >, 5, 4, Pianist, 
•. ;; Christian Endeavor Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Assistant Pianist, ;. Pianist, 4; Orchestra, 3; 
\V. A. A., j, 4; An Club, 3; Y. W. C. A., 



I I.KMAN Al EXANDER WRIGHT 

I U\ Mill I, \. C. 

Degree: A. It. 

I'halean Literarj Society, 1, 2. ;. 4, Chaplain, 
4; A Cnpella Chnir, 1, 2. 3; Ministerial As- 
sociation, 1, 2, ;, 4, Vice-President, 2, Pres- 
ident, 3; V. M. C. A., 1, 2, 5. 4; Christian 
Endeavoi Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lindlej Improve- 

nunt Pri/e, 1. 



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cAlma ZMater 



In our hearts we hold the Mem'ry 
Of a place we lore the best; 
O'er it wares the purple banner. 
Emblem of its fearlessness. 



When we're on the field of battle. 
When we strive for praise to thee: 
May our teams be undefeated 
Ours the crown of Victory. 



Chorus 



IV e praise thy name and honor true. 
They stand for loyalty and love; 
May yours be fame that to you is due. 
For we will always fight. 
We want the right 
To uphold thy standards high; 
To give the best we have to thee. 
Mem'ries of you we will cherish. 
H. P. C. 



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Officers 

ALSON GRAY 
President 

ELBERT LANE 
Vice-President 

ELIZABETH BAGWELL 
Secretary 

ROBERT RANKIN 
Treasurer 



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Juniors . 



J (HI N" Al.liERTSON 

HIGH POINT, S. C. 



Elizabeth Bagwell 

HENDERSON, v. C 



William C. Barnhouse 

BKII.fi VALLEY, OHIO 



Emery Bencini 

HIGH PIMM, \. e. 



Ruth Briles 

high point, n. c. 



Earl Brinkley 

THOMASA III), S. I . 



David Cooper 

high point, n. c. 



Ill I. iv I ) vmpRov 

LIBERTY, N. C. 



M \rjorie Klkins 

LIBERTY, N. C. 



Hildrbth Gabriel 

men POINT, \. •.'. 




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. Juniors 



( )( i ii ( ill'.l'.S 

I.IUSIINVII IK, S". C. 



Ai.sov ( Ik \v 

HIGH POIN I, \. C. 



In \sri s GftlGG 

SHELBY, •-. C. 



Edward Grimes 

Willi amstiis, s. i. 



Wayne Harris 

Kl I HERFOROTON, V. C. 



Rl TH HkNI'RICKS 

HIGH POINT, V. C. 



K VTHLEBN HlCI'IN'STALI. 

AUREI.IAN SPRINGS, V C. 



Thou \s Hii.i.i \ri> 

ihom asvii.i f, n. c. 



Tim hi: I [oWBLL 

KORWOOD, ■-. C. 



Ill K\ \RM\P 111 RI.EY 
TROY, N. c. 



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Juniors . 



Barbara Jbnnbv 

t0rr1ngt0n, cons. 



Whitman Kearns 

FARMER, N. C. 



II \7.EI. KlSER 

limn POINT, N. C. 



Marye Nelson Riser 

HIGH POINT, \. C. 



LORENE KoO.VTZ 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



Cerelda Lackev 

fallston, s. c. 



Ki.rkrt Lane 

pjn'n.u'i.k, v. c. 



( )i.ivia Martin 

MICH point, M, C. 



C. W. Martin 

POI.KTOV, \. C. 



James Mattocks 

high point, n, c. 



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Pierce McKeithen 
grayson, i. a. 



I'm m\f. Miller 

MICH POINT, V. C. 



Robert Rankin 

MICH POINT, N. C. 



Max Rogers 

BURLINGTON, N. C. 



Awr- Ross 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 



Elsie Mae Sink. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Virginia Sprinkle 

tobaccovm.i.f, n. c. 



Banks Thayer 

MICH POINT, N. e. 



QUENT1N VeACH 

I iiomasvii.i.E, N. C. 



Tasker Williams 

ESSEX, N. C. 



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Officers 

JOHN APPLE 
President 

DANIEL SHARPE 
Vice-President 

MARY MITCHELL BAITY 
Secretary 

EDWARD STIREWALT 
Treasurer 



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Sophomore Boys 



foixs Apple 
Arthur Bookoi i 

v u i. ii s Boone 
\'imi Bowman 
I am is Brandon 

Hill I Wll I'.KISM IN 

I'kih Cox, Jr. 
George Craver 
Hickii i Em ington 
Boyd Fours 

I I Ml K I'KH-M \\ 
KlKMII I'KA/IKK 
I >IH I I < i \l I [MORE 



Jack Gibson 
P vi i Hamilton 
Charles Harville 
Porter Hauser 
m. c. Henderson, Jr. 
William Hester 
G. w. Holmes, III 

I RANK lull NEON 

I vmes Jokes 
Owen Lindlei 
Vance Kester 

A. c. Lovei ace, Jr. 
i >u n.ii i Morgan 

(II \KI IS OSIU M II 



Roger Peeler 
Edward Stir ew alt 
Daniel Sharpb 
Richard Setzer 
Ai LEN Til acker 
Glenn i'owery 
Lester Valentine 
( Jilmer Wagoner 
Lindsai Walker 
Allen Watson 
Edgar Wki.borne 
S. J. Wei. born 
< " 1 1 \ r i is White 




Sophomore 




Marc arei Austin 
Mam Mitchell Baity 
Marcarkt Brows Ban.ev 
1 1 Kiev Bates 
ViwiiMA Burton 
Mary Miller Crawford 
Dorothy Cummincs 
Virginia Dixon 
Virginia Curry 
F.i.i/.ahetii Dark 
Vera Mae Ferree 



El 1/ Minn llni i M Ui 
LUCIEI I [nor \m 
Vioi m Jenkins 
Dorothy Jones 
Bessie Joy< i 
Rl n KELLER 
Jacqueline Kin kei 

Kl III I IE 

EVELl N I.iniii I |i 
OLGA M \kiiiii 

Frances Muse 

Marji>r\ MlKaiihen 



S U Ml M \KH- Nl I -I 

\'\no Parham 

\h k 1 1 E POO II 

Gilbert Primm 

Sara Iorrest THOMPSON 

llA/ll I 1 IhIK 
I-.MI ) N ll KNIK 

M MtGAREl W M TON 

Patsii Waro 

Ann W ATKINS 

Dorothy Wiggins 




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CONTRIBUTORS 

We take this means of expressing our appreciation of the people who 
have been of inestimable aid in the production of the 1937 Zenith 



Miss Vera Idol 
For her helpful advice in preparing the manuscript copy. 

Mr. W. A. Daniel 

Who helps to plan the Zenith and see that the plans are correctly carried out. 

He makes the invaluable "service calls" and gives us the necessary technical 

information, as well as a lot of new ideas. 

Mr. R. G. Benson 

The real power behind the Zenith, who stays in Nashville and sees to it that 

we get all our manuscript into correct press form. He handles all the work of 

the printing company that pertains to our annual. 

Mr. M. F. Dunbar 

The "watch the birdie" man from Dunbar & Daniel Studio that makes the 
clear, distinct pictures found in our annual. He sees to it that we get good 

service from that studio. 

Mr. Herbert Hitch 

Who is responsible for the clear, high-grade engravings which appear in the 

Zenith. His personal interest and courteous and efficient service make him an 

indispensable part of the book. 

Zenith Radio Corporation 
For helpful suggestions and permission to use their trade-name on the cover. 



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Officers 

HAL YOW 

PRESIDENT 

MARC LOVELACE 
Vice-President 

MABEL WARLICK 

SECRETARY 

REBECCA COBLE 
Treasurer 



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Freshman Boys 



forrcstcr aiirnan 


Ira nk liege 


nwcn bales 


robert lieiulcrsun 


irvin black 


i. h. hicks, jr. 


reid black 


max hill 


heverlv bond 


Joseph billiard 


julin eagle 


reginald hinshaw. jr 


jamea (lark 


harold hnlton 


herhert clein 


riehard bubbard 


clyde clodfelter 


ralph hughes 


ernest cook 


j. in, li'iii"ii 


robert craver 


eharles jarrell 


george el kins 


rnbert Johnson 


buren garlington 


tom la mar 


joe gray 


william locke 


liugh hampton 


marc lovelace 


Frank hartman 


billy meredilli 


john hauss 


i. v. morgan 




william mckinnev 



j. j. inckeithen 

byron nifong 

jack palmer 
ineirary peace 

william rennie 

lee spencer 
jnhii Stanley 
i ichard short 
james shanahan 
rnbert thompson 
aubrey walley 

Foy war) ford 

george Webster 
donald wehry 
a rili u r york 

raymond york 

ll.ll \H\\ 




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Freshman 



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Girls 




iloris betls 

liiliii hlackliui ii 
maxinc bobbin 

annis bran n 

mary carraway 
c lea nor coble 
rebecca coble 
louise cole 
adelaide Conner 

Helen crafl 

haze] crutchfield 

ruby ilarr 
ilnrniln davia 



Cecelia farrow 
iva mac fowler 
ruth futrelle 

slice Hoffman 
mil holton 
jean hunt 

bettv idol 
uiartba idol 

sibyl fowler 
Cecelia i>aac 
alicc iones 
cli/abcih kivetl 
danease manley 

mary miu'hcll 
esther miran 
ruth mycrs 
mary e. payne 
margie pittman 



iloris recce 
mary ruth rcit/c! 

margaret sink 
ruih shoai 
eleanor tanner 
ruth in. thompsoa 
iilith vance 

norence wagoner 
heleu waller 
verel war. I 
mabcl warlick 

\ i i.i ueant 

decree younts 




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FIRST AND SECOND YEAR COMMERCIAL STUDENTS 



Ikvis Iti \CK 

1 1! w. es Musi 

ANNS WATKtNS 

Evelyn Cv rn eh 
l KID Cox 

\1 M-.l I W IR1 II K 

Beth Ii»m. 

i i i isor Tanner 

I'm i ii V >m . i: 

I- I OKI SI I W V.UM R 

luim liENCINI 
Rich \kh I 1 1 BBARD 

I'm/ \Rt 111 Hoi i m v\ 
I mm \ Payne 

Kl III SlHP U 

\ \s, y PARIIAM 

Sarah Marie Ni bsi 



Roll 

M wisi linRBIT'l 

Dezree Voi • i - 
ii 1 1 is Craft 
Henry Clinb 
j imej bradner 
i mm Lamar 

HESR\ StIRRATT 
M IRCIf I'll IM \s 
III I IS III SI IK 
VEREI WARD 

(Hi i i \ Isaac 
Doris Bi i i s 
Bessii |oyi i 
M kRRAREi Sink 
I Ioroi hy Davis 

I Ii i i s Hi \, KBI «'. 
A.vsis ISKim \ 



Doris Ref.ce 
Odeli. Gallimore 
1 1 a i . VOW 
Boyd Fours 
David McKinnok 
Max Hill 
Dorothy Wiggins 
Richard Short 
k vi iMi Hughes 
Roberi Henderson 
McCrar\ 1'iai.i 
Billy Meredith 
Owen B. Bales 

II \K< H ii II" ins 

James Duri \md 
Henry Terry 
ROB\ CLOW ii i ik 



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Special Students 



Hum. \ri> Hr.m'Mk 
Annette Cultrane 
Helen Dameron 
James Durland 
Mrs. (5. A. Johnson 
Frances Lambeth 
Fred R. Love 



Prances Mann 
Raymond Welborn 
Henry Si rratt 
M. I). McKinnon 
Ethel Ci i.i.i r 
Virginia Boyles 
Ch \ki.ks Lingo 



W. B. Shields 



Music Students 



Gladys Ellington George E. Himphre^s 

Bettie Hardin NelLE M. HUMPHREYS 

Pauline Kennett 



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ONE OF THE NBC STUDIOS IN THE RCA BUILDING. RADIO CITY 




RESUME 1936-1937 

BASKETBALL— GAME BY GAME 

(By Alton Hartman) 



The North State champions get off to a good start as title-holders on De- 
cember 4, when they whip the McCrary Eagles at Asheboro . . . Unique 
turns the table to win, 35 to 26, on the following night . . . Meyer's win over 
the Panthers at Greensboro, 39 to 35, in close contest . . . Yowmen come back 
to win over Winston Y and Durham Y before Christmas holidays. 

Atlantic Christian is the first victim of the Panthers in the conference 
race, falling before the locals, 53 to 36, here on January 7 . . . Panthers then 
take Meyer's into camp, 47 to 31, before local fans. 

Swinging westward, the defending champions defeat Appalachian at Boone, 
25 to 20, on January 11, and follow the next night with thrilling 40 to 33 win 
over Lenoir-Rhyne Bears at Hickory. 

Appalachian, armed with horseshoes, rabbit feet, and four-leaf clovers, take 
the locals down a notch by winning, 32 to 28, in local gym on January 15 . . . 
Panthers eke out 27 to 24 win over Unique before home fans. 

"We came, we saw, we conquered," was the victory chant of the Panthers 
after wrecking Elon on night of January 23 . . . Final score: High Point, 30; 
Elon, 21 . . . Local Triangles fall, 52 to 40 . . . Panthers double score on Guil- 
ford, 44 to 22, here on January 30. 

Indians retreat from Panther stronghold on night of February 3, after suf- 
fering 47 to 33 defeat . . . Collegians whip Triangles for second time, 46 to 
19 . . . McCrary (Flythe, Cheek & Co.) victims of 40 to 25 whipping here on 
February 6 . . . Guilford loses, 50 to 37, at Guilford, but doesn't burn gym. 

High Point, February 13 — Elon defeats High Point Panthers in two extra 
period battle, 45 to 40. 

Panthers travel to East and take Bulldogs, 23 to 19, on February 15 . . . 
Pirates fall before Panthers, 42 to 28, on following night . . . Locals pushed to 
defeat Catawba at Salisbury on February 20, but finally win by 31 to 26 count 
. . . Brinkley drops in foul toss to defeat Atlantic Christian, 26 to 25, here on 
the twenty-third. 

Bears get the best of Panthers in tough battle on local court, February 27 
. . . Score, 39 to 36. 



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ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

All athletics at the college are under the 
control of the Athletic Association. This 
group, guided by Dr. C. R. Hinshaw as pres- 
ident, has provided a well-rounded athletic 
program for the College — one that rates 
among the highest of other colleges in the 
North State Conference. 

The Athletic Council supervises the sched- 
uling of all games, the determining of the 
eligibility of players, and the enforcement of 
all conference rules. The Council also awards 
.ill athletic monograms. 

The Association has so directed athletics 
at the College that the fundamental aims and 
purposes back of all its programs have been 
and will continue to be realized — namely, that 
all participants may be trained in initiative, 
self-control, cooperation, and fine sportsman- 
ship, and that a fine, wholesome college spirit 
may prevail. 



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Coach C. Virgil Yow 

Through his ability to work with 
men and his unwillingness to ad- 
mit defeat. Coach Yow has proved 
himself valuable and won the ad- 
miration of all who know him. 



Sclav: GIBBS AUSTIN. YARBOROUGH 
HINSHAW ALLRED 




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determined drive by the Purple Panther cagers for retention of the North 
State crown fell short as the Yowmen skidded down the conference ladder to rest in 
third place at the close of the season. 

The record books give the Panthers a good percentage, although the crown was 
lost. They won a total of nineteen games during a twenty-four-game schedule. In 
the conference games they won ten games and lost three, while in the exhibition con- 
tests with outside foes the locals won nine in eleven starts. Appalachian, Elon, 
Lenoir-Rhyne were the only conference foes to win over the Panthers. 

With just a few more breaks the Purple and White warriors would have kept 
the conference flag flying over the local campus. The upset by Appalachian was un- 
expected, but the Elon classic, which will go down in history as the "Battle of the 
Century," was anybody's contest until the final whistle. Little honor was lost when 
the charges of Coach C. Virgil Yow lost the last game to Lenoir-Rhyne by a nar- 
row margin. 




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VARSITY 

BASKETBALL 

1937 



SQUAD 

ToWERY 

Martin 

Harris 

Hampton 

Brinki.ey 

Hester 

Booth 

Kearns 

Koontz 



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^/ he basketball season was a success for many reasons. Although the team 
failed to take down top honors, they exhibited a fine spirit of play and sportsman- 
ship throughout. A "basketball-minded" student body kept the enthusiasm up to 
top pitch, and attendance at the home games exceeded that of any previous year in 
the history of the cage sport in this school. 



NORTH STATE CONFERENCE RESULTS 

High Point 53; A. C. C. 36 

High Point 25; A. S. T. C. 21 

High Point 40; Lenoir-Rhyne 33 

High Point 28; A. S. T. C. 32 

High Point 30; Elon 21 

High Point 44; Guilford 22 

High Point 47; Catawba 33 

High Point 50; Guilford 37 

High Point 40; Elon 45 

High Point 23; A. C. C. 19 

High Point 31; Catawba 26 

High Point 26; A. C. C 25 

High Point 36; Lenoir-Rhyne 39 




OCCO GIBBS 




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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 

The Purple Kitten squad was kept intact only long enough to show that they had 
a good club. One member was graduated to the varsity, while the other Kittens 
were merged into the junior varsity squad. 

While playing under the name of the Kittens, the players made a successful in- 
vasion of the western part of the state. Although only five men were carried on the 
trip, four strong high school teams were defeated on four successive nights. 

The five players who shared the glory of establishing this record of stamina and 
endurance were Hinshaw, Hicks, forwards; Hampton, the brilliant center, who was 
the lone contribution of the Kittens to the varsity; Yow and Hilliard, guards. 

The merger with the junior reserves into a junior varsity club proved successful. 
as a winning combination was produced. The outstanding performers of this club 
were Hinshaw, Hicks, Garlington, Yow, Hilliard, Durland, Koontz, Welborn, Sher- 
rill, Rennie, and Fitzgerald. 

All of the players showed a remarkable degree of development before the season 
was over, and gave much promise of adding to the strength of the varsity club be- 
fore they finish their collegiate cage career. 




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The Purple Panther varsity soccer club 
"kicked" its way through another glorious sea- 
son of competition against the outstanding col- 
lege elevens of the state for a total of four vic- 
tories and two defeats. 

Although two losses were suffered, the team 
continued to uphold the high standards estab- 
lished by the soccer elevens here in the past. 

Davidson's Wildcats and the Indians of Ca- 
tawba both felt the sting of the Panther claws 
twice during the season. The Duke Blue Devils, 
who won two from the locals, were the only club 
able to win over the Purple-clad team. 

The principal figures connected with the ac- 
tivities of the team during the season were Lee 
Sherrill, a veteran Senior backfield ace who cap- 
tained the squad; Fred Cox, manager; and 
Broadus Culler, who returned to serve as coach 
in this sport for the fourth consecutive year. 



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BASEBALL 



CONFERENCE RESULTS 



H,*!, Point 
Catawba 



Hij;h Point 
Atlantic fhnstian 

Hit:li Point 
Atlantic Christian 



Hinh Poinl 
Unoir-Bhync 

High Point 

Catawba . 
Hi K h Point 

Gullloid 

High Point 
CatawSa . . 



Hicth P. 

l.cnonRhvnc 

Hi 

HI. 



Eh Point 6 

n . II 

Hitili Pom: I 

Elon I -' 

High Point 
Elon 

High Patau 
l-cnoit-Rhvne 

Hi K h Poinl * 



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Hich Point . 
Atlantic Christian 

High Point 
Atlantic Christian 



H, e h Point 

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The Panther nine failed to maintain its 
first division rating in the North State 
Conference, landing in fifth place at the 
close of the 1936 season. Still, the mem- 
bers of the club exhibited a fine spirit of 
play and lost many hard-fought games by 
narrow margins. 

Playing a full twenty-five-game schedule, 
the Yowmen registered twelve victories. In 
the North State race they turned in six 
victories in sixteen starts. They experienced 
a better measure of success in their exhibi- 
tion games with strong amateur, semi-pro. 
and other college teams by winning six of 
nine games. 

Harris. Rudisill, Brinldey, and Diamont 
bore the brunt of the battery attack, while 
Culler, Grigg, and Dorsett also saw some- 
mound duty. Culler, scrappy shortstop 
who turned pro. and Harris led the club 
in hitting, clipping the apple at a percent- 
age of .320 and .339, respectively. 



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This year's tennis team bids fair to be 
the strongest to represent High Point in 
recent years. An ambitious schedule, in- 
cluding Appalachian, Lenoir-Rhyne, Elon, 
Guilford, Catawba, Atlantic Christian, 
and several other strong clubs, is planned 
for the Panther racquet wieldcrs. 

Lettermen back from last year's team 
are Captain Rogers, Setzer, and Pressley. 
Several Freshmen, including Hinshaw and 
Short, promise to prove valuable to the 
team for the spring season. 

Individual victories in the 1936 season 
were made by Nicrnsee, who won three of 
eleven; Jarrett, eight of twelve; Rogers, 
six of twelve; Setzer, five of twelve; and 
White, two out of twelve. 

Prof. Owens, who has succeeded Prof. 
Yarborough as coach, seems to be getting 
the team in fine shape for the coming 
contests. 



TENNIS 



RESULTS. 1936 

High Point J 
A.S.T.C ..A 

H.gh Point 3 

I.. .nou Rhyne 4 

High Point ,i 

Elon .............. ........ J 

High Point 

Catawba 7 

High Point I 

A. C. C 6 

High Point 

Elon . " 

High Point I 

Gulllotd 

High Point ... . 7 

Loiiisbuig .... 

I Fo. 1,-n i 

High Point *i 

Guilford . : 

High Paint ^ 

I rnnii Rhyne . 4 

High Point 

Louiihutg .... 

High Point ; 

A. C C 5 



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ROLL 



M \K\ Mm ill I I BAiTV 
El 1/ M'.i i ii li ujh 1 1 i 

ih 1 1 \ Bates 

Mari Margari I Batbs 

III LEN l> VMERON 

m w. w\ i Dixon 
Virginia Dixon 

i-./ \ iin i. 

I I 1/ UH i ii I lni i MAS 

I'll I How 

iin en K u. Hoi in'. 

Ill I I v Hi vi BR 
BeRNARMNI III m I 1 

oi ii I. Hm chins 

M uji.iikii i. JENKINS 

Vim ii Jenkins 

I \i iji 1 1 im Kivsn 



I i isi K ii PATRICK 

i i ri i da Lackey 

I \ I I N \ I.IMH I \ 

Ol.GA Mini mm 

Esther Miran 

I rani is Muse 

Ma nci Parham 

Paulini Parker 

( .11 si hi i'uimm 

s vr \ Forrest i uompson 

Vi-.| ■ I 'ROXI in 
EVELYN IVksh 
M \RCARET W \i iii\ 

I'm-ii Ward 
Ann w atkjns 
Doroi m Wiggins 
Agnes Louise W'ii cox 



Spoils >ns 

Mrs. G. I. Ih mphrbvs 

Miss Gii biki Musi 



WOMAN'S 
ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

Paulini Parker President 

Margarei Dixon .... Vice-Ptesidenl 
Bernardine IIiri.ev .... Secretary 
Ki.isk Kii.pairick. Treasurer 

Council Members 

Maki.i ikiii: JENKINS OtCA Makiiiii: 
\'.wo Parham Esther Miran 

i\\ i Hm i Cerei.da Lackey 

I 1 111 \ I ISDI.EV 

Miss BrAME Advisor 




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WOMAN'S BASKETBALL 



Every Monday and Thursday afternoon during bas- 
ketball season, between the hours of four and six, you 
will find a group of co-eds scrapping on the floor of Har- 
rison Gymnasium. Although the girls do not engage in 
intercollegiate games, basketball has proved to be the 
most successful and interesting of intramural sports. 
More class enthusiasm and stirring competition are dem- 
onstrated during the basketball tournament than at any 
other time during the entire program of the Woman's 
Athletic Association. 

Fall sports were culminated by the basketball tourna- 
ment, which was scheduled the first week in March. 
Each class team fought hard and was urged to victory 
by loyal boosters. In the accompanying picture may be 
seen a representative group of Miss Brame's basketeers. 




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WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 

When die volleyball season opened, fall sports for women came into full 
swing. During the annual class tournament, which was held the first two weeks 
in December, the hard-hitting Sophomore team defeated all other teams and 
recaptured the Brame Loving Cup, an award offered each fall to the winner of 
this tournament. 

Class competition during the past season was particularly keen. With a 
wealth of hopeful candidates seeking team positions, it was very easy to select 
four efficient groups of volleyball players with true point-making ability. 

Naturally after months of ardent training a great deal of interest was 
shown in the championship plav in December. Results of the tournament were: 

Juniors 16; Sophomores 41 



25; Sophomores 35 

37; Juniors . .27 

22; Seniors .31 

24; Seniors 28 

40; Freshmen 23 



Seniors 

Freshmen 

Freshmen 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

The faculty-student volleyball game was perhaps the most entertaining 
of any of the series. The students overwhelmed the faculty team in two 
straight games. The battle, sponsored by the Woman's Athletic Association, 
was the first of its kind ever held on the local campus. 



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TUMBLING 

At different points in the pyramid above may be found members 

of the tumbling team, a team organized three years ago, which has 

shown much skill in executing various feats. 

Although tumbling has been taught along with other sports for 
women, it did not have an organized team until recently. Special 
attention is given to those girls who show skill in this sport, which 
has proved itself to be one of the most entertaining of any in which 

they participate. 

Since last year a class has been taught and the girls have learned to 

do hand-springs, head-stands, forward and backward rolls, and to 

make various figures. 

Shown in the picture are: Coble, Warlick, Tanner, Farlow. Thomp- 
son, Carraway, Isaac, Betts, Darr, Bobbitt. Miran, and Reece. 



P = qe 57 




MASTER CONTROL DESK, NERVE CENTER OF BROAD- 
CASTING IN THE RCA BUILDING. RADIO CITY 




ORGAMZATIOIIS 





ZENITH 37 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 




ALIEN AUSTIN 
Pteiidcnl 



The Student Council is not primarily a judicial body. It is the means 
by which the student body conveys its opinions to the administration. 
More important than this function, however, is the attempt by the Coun- 
cil to promote harmony and good feelings among the students. The suc- 
cess of all organizations on the campus depends on the attitude of the 
students toward the Student Government. 

Student Government this year, under the competent leadership of Al- 
len Austin, has laid the foundation for a stronger organization in the 
future. 




Hiiuhaw, W.iri W.itiin- Holmes M Barts 
Doneron Gibbs Austin, EWI, WtiUMr, Cooptr 



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COMMERCE CLUB 



< >ITK IKS 



Paul Owen 
Wilson Rogers 



. President 
Vice-President 



Down in WlCCINS 

Cm mi es Ridge 



Secretary 
Treasurer 



Forrester Auman 
Emery Bencini 
Doris Beits 
Rkid Black 
Hi i i in Blackburn 

Ma.XISE BOBBITI 

Asms Brown 
J i I i \ COE 

Fred Cox 
Helen Crai i 
Ruby Darr 
James Durland 
Doroi hy Davis 
George Elkins 
Cecelia Farlom 
Bovd Fours 
Odell Gallimore 
Frances i ■ ' ei h 
Frank Hege 



Members 

Robert Henderson 
Max I In i 

1:1.1/ Mil- 111 Hon m \s 

II AKUI II ||oi I'". 

Richard Hubbaro 

K VI I'll Hi CHI - 

Helen Hunter 
linn Idol 
(1 . 11.1 a Isaac 
Barbara Jensen 
Robert Johnson 
Hi 5SIE Joyce 
Tom Lamar 

I l\\ IS I.ISDI.EV 

Davi McKinnon 
Frances Muse 

s VR mi M \kii- NeESI 

Nanci Parham 

I I 1 1 I s pAI SE 



Joseph Pan si 
Lois Pressi ea 

Doris Recce 
Chari es Ridge 
W'n son Rogers 

D\SIII SlIARPE 

Richard Shori 
Marcarei Sink 

III sk\ Si RRATl 

I 1 1 \sok Tanner 

I A El 1 s l'i RNER 

Eon 11 V ince 

i i oki si i w m.iisi k 
Vbrbl Ward 

MABEI Warikk 

Ann W atkins 
DoROTHi Wiggins 
Dezree Founts 

II ai Yow 




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ZENITH 37 

J 




l\/ \ lin t 



Troxln, Hurk* , Bain. Hill, Piuman 

WOMAN'S HALL STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

President \'bs\ \ rROxi i k , 

].!■■ utois'i Hurley . Secretary-Treasurer 



V'uc-Prtsidtni 




Ai hi'. II \k i \i \s 



Owm, Hinnun Damon, Hanmm, Brinkley, Pnltr 

McCULLOCH HALL STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
l'i > lidi ill I i Bl ki I. \-. i 

sin i don l> mson s crelery I reasurei 



. lii'-l'i'iiJi ill 



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Aumn K Ridg< Rul I i 

PUBLICATIONS BOARD 



THE Hl-PO ■ 




STUDENTS 
HANDBOOK 









Tlir Zenith. Tin H, Po, the Handbool 

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 



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CHARMS I I'll". I 
Mit.»t 



THE ZENITH 



I li, -i. ill ni the 1937 Zenith has attempted to give 
you, the students "I High Point College, what you 
wanted. \\V linpe th.'il we have met with at least 
partial success Those "i you who understand the 
chaos mil "I which a college animal is born are the 
only competent judges "i such a book. Many of the 
things 11 Inch do not live up to your expectations 
cause us far mure regret than any student with .1 
misspelled name could ever know. 

We han- met \\ ith numerous difficulties, most ol 
which we hope have been surmounted. This book 

i- ui;nlr pnssihU- In your presence, activity, ami sup- 

port. The untiring efforts "I the business staff in 
handling the various contracts and advertising de- 
serve a- much credit as the editorial staff for its 

planning ami couipnMiig. ll is nur desire that this 

lunik be no) an album for graduating Seniors m 
use as a -pace tiller for lonely shelves, but a true 
w-ai hunk showing a cross-section "f ihe activities 

ami personnel oi 'he College. We hope that you 
will charitably hide its delects in the light of its 
better points. 

( 11 \ki 6S E. RtnoK. 




Wiggins, BidR* Hum. r l.il-h, 



Page 6J 



THE ZENITH 



Staff 



Ch \ki es E. Ridob 




Wilson Roci rs 


Editor 




Business Manager 


DOROTHl WIGGINS 




G, \v. Hoi mes 


Sn rtlary 




lssociatt Managi r 


OCCO Gl8B5 




IIej.es Ih sun 


Photographer 




/••'.. rale Manager 


I ■ i -ii \ 


AF. 


Sink 


1 win tale 


M 


wager 




WILSON ROGERS 
Business Mansgci 



Pictures illustrating the progress of radio, 
found in litis hook, are furnished through the 
courtesy »t Radio Corporation of .h:urn,t. 



rill M men OF 1 1 \u.. •■:• page loz, is 
used by permission "f TIME. The Weekly 
Newsmagazine. 




Holmes. Rogers, Sink 



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\v \x\ WEISNER 

Editor 



THE H l-P O 



For the first time in its history, The Hi-Po 
this year has been in the hands of the same 

editor ;iinl business manager for a second con- 
secutive year. We believe that our added ex- 
perience and thai "i the stafi has been reflected 
in a better paper. 

An eventful year at the college has given us 
,-ui opportunity in announce many important 
happenings. We were particularly pleased to 
record the beginning of work on the athletic 
field and the W'veim Library building, and the 
second North Carolina Press Association con- 
lerence here within three years. 

The nine Seniors on the business and edi- 
torial start leave the paper with a feeling oi 

sadness, but we believe that the underclassmen 
with whom we have worked are completely 

capable ol carrying on our work alter we 

"'' -"'"'• \V. W. Weisner. 




Editorial Stafl I HI HI I'O 



Paq« 61 



THE H l-P O 

Editorial Department 

W. \V. Whsner Editor 

Dorothy Bem Managing Editor 

M. A. HartMa.n ... SporU Editor 

Hi siness Department 

Allen Austin Business Managir 

\V. c. Barnhouse Advertising Managci 

S. W. Myers Circulation Manager 



57 ZENITH 

A 





\t I BN AUSTIN 
i : Managn 



Reporters 

David COOPER, IHZA Hill, Julia Cob, M. M. Bates, Evelyn ruRNBR, Nancy Parham, Helen 

Bates, Virginia Cikk\, Jons Sixsin, REGINALD 1 1 1 ^ -< 1 1 \\\ . VlOLRI |ENKINS, JAMES CLARK 

lit simss St hi' 
John Apple S. 15. Dawson 




BarnliouM- Api'l.- IW-un. Myer* 



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ZENITH 37 




AKROTHINIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



( >l PICERS 



\V. W. Wkisnek 



Sun DOS DAVVSON 

M \\ Kch.iks 

RllBKKI RANKIN 
EuW \Kii STIREW \l I 
I'llKI IK II \l -I R 
I) Will MlAKI'l 

RECIS m I' HlN'SN \« 

Al SON «'K " 



President 

i i, , President 
Set rrtary 



. . Treasurer 

. . . Marshal 

. . . Chaplain 
. Issistanl Set i itary 

Is.tislttiit Marshal 

.... Critit 



Members 

FORRESI I K Ai MAN 
Wil i i \\l BARN'HOI -i 

Holland limski.n 
D win Cooper 

SlIHIHIS Dw.ii'. 

George Elkins 

-\l ION 'iK H 

Joe t ;k.w 

I'llKI IK II Al -I K 
I. II. HlCKS 

Re<;in m ii I Ii s-.ii w 

I. HE S 1 1 1 K K i r I 



I wii s Mattocks 

I'm I >u i s 
Rm.iK Pi i i i R 

Robert Rankin 

Max Ri«. i k- 

l ) \s SlIAKI-E 

Richard Short 

1 1 1 -- K-. Si RRATl 

W'll I I \\t Wl I.M R 
lin W \KI I IIKII 
IIai YnU 



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% 57 ZENITH 





ARTEMESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



1 1 1 1 \ Cob . . 

m arjorie elk1ns 
Virginia Dixon . . 

M.\kc;i i kii i Jenkins 

M.W7ARM PlXIIN . 



< >FFICERS 

. . President I i hi 1 1 Ingram Pianist 

I'ice-PreiiJenl MAm Mitchbli li«n .... Chaplain 

. . Secretary Xi\o Parham Reporter 

. . Treasurer Dorothv Wiggins, Frances Mi si. . Monitors 

. . . Cri.'ii Dorothv Jones . . Chorister 



Marcarei Austin 

M Am Miuiih i Hah \ 
Maxim: B0BBI1 I' 
Mam ll. Carrau u 
Ri in Kkii.is 
Rebecca Cobi t 
Julia Coe 
Louise Coi e 

Hi I is CRAI i 

ll \/i i Cm rem iei.d 
Helen Damekon 
Ri in Dark 
Marcarei Dixon 
Virginia Dixon 
Marjorie K.i.kins 



Ml Mlil-.KS 
llll.llKh I II ( i IBRD I 

Frances Gubth 

Sara Harris 
Helen Rai Holton 

\'l I I I I'll HIS 

Jean Him 

I ll |\ I III rCHINS 

Betti i i" 'i 

M \RTHA IDOI 

i.i hi i v Ingram 
M u<i;i i km i Jenkins 

V'lOl H [EN KINS 

Dorothy Jones 

I M Q1 I I im Kivmi 

H\/n Kiskr 

M \m i Nelson Kiser 



I.iikim Koontz 
Ruth Lee 

I) \M \si Mam i\ 

Ol.GA M \KI I I I l 

< ii im. M \\» ii i 
I k \\i ES Mi -i 
NANCI I' WHAM 
I I 1/ VBETH PlRTI f 

.\\ \ Rnss 

Ki'iii M. Thompson 
s \u \ Forresi Thompson 

F.VEI.VN I" I KM K 
1 nil ll V VNCE 

Mabel Wari h k 

PoKcilin WlGCINS 



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ZENITH 37 




THALEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

( 111 ICERS 

Sam i el Myers Pretident 

Cham es E. Ridci Vice-President 

Aim's I'ii-mi — . .... .... Secretary 

Gilmer Wagoner . Usistmt Secretary 

I. ! . Gari inctok Treasure) 

Ai roN Hartman Critic 

John Appi e Cli'ttj Marshal 
\ VI OWN Booni . Reporter 

M i mi: i- us 
John Ami Occo Gibbs Robert Johnson 

Al.LBX AUSTIN PAOI HAMILTON WlLLIAM RlNNIK 

Beverly Bono Alton Hartman Charles E. Ridge 

Ooeli Brown Frank Hartman Alson ["hompson 

John Cagli Roberi Henderson Aubrey Wai.i.ev 

i'imm! Freeman i Silvester Hiccins Gilmer Wagoner 

Hi kin (,\ki INCTON M \\ Hii i TASKBR WlLUAMS 

I. I/in G ARLINGTON G. W. HOLMES, III FBRMAN WRIGHT 

K M I'll Hi CUES 

I IH EN LtNDLBV 

A. ('. I."\ 1 1 ICE, Jr. 

Maui. I (AM Ml 

J. J. McKniiiKN 

I P McKeithen 

DwiGtn Morgan 



Pag« 70 



57 ZENITH 





NIKANTHAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

( )l I K ERS 

Faye Holt President Virginia CllRRl . Monitor 

Berkarmse Hurles Vice-President [ris Welch . . Chaplain 

Margaret Walton Secretary Doroth\ Beli . . ■ .Critic 

Elsie Mae Sink .... Treasurer \ i-i \ TROX1 ik . . . .... Pianist 

M\k\ Frances Warlick . - Clmihtei 



Ei i/Aui in Baowbi i 
Helen Hails 
Maki Margaret Bates 
DOR01 in Bell 
Hurls Betts 
Asms Brown 
Virginia Bi rton 
Pailim COBI i 

AllKI AIDE CONNOR 

Virginia Ci kk\ 

Pi-ari I Kill I 111 KCI K 

Cecei i a f m<i ow 
VADAI IA Fariiiw 

Vl R.\ M M I I KK I I 

Sun i l-ii» i ik 

R< I II IllMiHH k^ 



.Mr win Its 

Kaiiii BEN IIiims-i m i 
K/ x Mill 

1 I 1/ Mil I II I l"l I MAS 
!' U I 11"! I 

Helen Hunter 
Bernardini I h ki £1 

( 'El I I I \ l-\ \< 
I! Mill Ml A JEKNEV 
11 1 SSI I Iiiui 

Ki i:\ K I 

El.lSE Kll I'M KICK 
I I 1/ Mil III kl\ I I I 

Cerelda Lackey 

I 111 \ \ I.IMH I \ 

Marjorie McFaiiden 

I -I ill u MlRAN 
P m i im: Parker 



\l vrjorii Pit imam 
Mvrti i Poors 
i ois i'kkssi ky 
Doris Reeci 

I i -ii Mai Simk 

Virginia Sprinki e 

l i iamik Tanner 
Vesta I roxi i k 
I i iiki m r Wagoner 
Helen Waller 

M Mil. Mil I W'AI TON 

Patsii Ward 

\ihii Ward 

m\ks fran! i- wari kk 

Iris Welch 

ACNI - I ni |S| \\'|| | , n\ 



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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY 

( )l IK I US 

Mam Marcarct Bates .... President 

Occo (Iibbs Pice-President 

Vikmma Currv Secretary 

sami.ii Myers Iss'utant Secretary 

I'm i Owen . Trrasurer 

I 11/ m:i in I'ikiii . Issistant Treasurer 

Acnes Loi i^t Willcox Pianist 

IMZA Mil. I • . Assistant Pianist 

Members 

John Apple I nz a Hill Cuarl.es E. Ridci 

i onKhsi i k a i m \'. <.. w Holmes, hi MaxRocers 

M.uo Minnni BArn Pave Holi Wilson Rogers 

Helen Bates Helen Hunter Virginia Sprinkle 

M.\k\ Marcaxei Bates Bernardiki Hurler Eleanor Tanner 

WlLUAM Barnhousi Barbara JeNNEI Saka Forrest Thompson 

Maxine Bobbitt James r. Jones Alson Thompson 

Beverly Bono Fuse Kii.patrick Vesta Froxler 

Vaughn Boone Bessie Joyci Lester Valentine 

John Cacle Cerelda Lackey Florence Wagoner 

Rebecca Coble Evelyn Lindi.ei Gilmer Wagoner 

Louise Cole Olga Marletti Helen Waller 

Helen Crafi Owen Lindley Patsie Ward 

Virginia Curry J. P. McKeithen Verei Ward 

Sheldon Dawson Sam in Myers Mabei. Warlick 

George Elkins Mrs. Mabei I Millikan Mari Frances Warlick 

Swiii. Imam ik I -inn; MlRAN Mrs. C. L. WHITAKER 

Iimik Freeman Frances Musi Dorothy Wicgins 

I'/ni Garungton Paul Owen Tasker Williams 

Occo Gibbs N'anci Parham Acnes Louise Willcox 

Roberi Henderson Elizabeth I'ikiii Ferman A. Wright 

Kathleen Hepinstali William Rennie Foi Warfforo 




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37 ZENITH 







MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



J. EzELL (.AKI INCTON . . 

W'll I 1AM C. It \K\inn ~i 

Charles Whits 



( )l'l U IKS 



President 
rice-President 
Secretary 



W'll I [AM C BARNHOI m 

Beverly Bono 

Oiiki.i. Bruwn 



Members 

John C tci i 
I'u i Hamilton 
i i Mm Freeman 



I l/iu I .AKI INGTON 
Al BR1 ■> W M i n 

i 1 1 Spi sci k 



Allen Watson 
A. C, Lovelace, Jk. 

MARC LOVEI Al I 

Ferman a. Which i 



William Rennii 
J. 1'. McKeithi •• 

< II \KI I". W'lllll 

l. Silvester Higoiks 



Fred R. Love 
Sa.su El MYERS 
1 i i-i K. 1 1 PATRK h 

II. O. Lannino 







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Y. M. C. A. 



Officers 

OccoGibbs President 

Sami ii Myers Fiee-President 

Vaughn Boone Secretary-Treasurer 



Roll 



W'll I I \M ('. BARNMOI SI 

JOHN APP1 I 

O. w. Holmes, hi 
Owi n i.imii n 
Lester Vai bntini 
Gilmer W mmneh 

I \-M K Wii I i VMS 

DlMII SlIARPI 

W'ii -us Kni.i m 
i inn i Brown 



I I Ml K pRI I \I \S 

W'll I I ».u Rbnnii 

Hi \ iki i Bond 

Jims CACI i 
AUBRE> W'M i i \ 

A. C. Lovelace, Jr. 
Marc l.m ei vci 
Mas llni 
1 1 m \"\i 

POl W' \K I I ciKII 

! us i -i ( 'OOK 
1 rBORCE El KINS 

RllBKRI JnllSSIIS 
I RANK 'JK'.'E 



I'm i S. I lu is 

Sun don Dawson 
J. J. McK hitmen 
J. P. McKm ins 
Roberi Henderson 
I. E. Garlincton 
Charles E. Rroci 

Kh.is \| n HlNSHAW 
Alton Hartman 
Frank Hartman 




Kag. 74 



*37 ZENITH 




THE BAND 



< Officers 

Joseph R. Payne President 

Arnold Bolen Vke-Pretident 

James Mattocks Business Manager 

David Cooper Librarian 

A. C. Lovelace, Jr Student Director 



Members 



Trumpet: David Cooper, Arnold Bolen, 
Marjory McFadden, [rvik Black 

Trombone: Joseph R. Pa> mi 

Baritone: James Mattocks 

.///«.• Edward Shrew alt 

Bass: Max Rogers 



Saxophone: Wii40K Rogers, David McKin- 
non 

Clarinet: Marc Lovei ui. James Clark 

Drum: Sheldon Dawson, Fred Cox, LTlmer 

i i< 1 1 m \ \ 

Piccolo; Iris W'i i I n 




Pdge 75 




ZENITH 37 




MISS JANKT C KL'SSHI I. 

Ulli i tt>[ 



A CAPELLA CHOIR 



Tin- A Capella Choir \\ ;is organized eight 
years ago and since that time has achieved rec- 
ognition ;i* ticitiL: "lie (it the few A Capella 
Choirs ni musical prominence in America. Ii> 
membership is limited to thirty-five voices, l>:-- 
cause hi the Fact that its extensive travels will 
nut permit a larger number. A limited num- 
ber "i new singers is admitted each year ti> 
Idl the vacancies «it those who have graduated 
and tn replace those whose ability dues not 
in MMire up tn the standard oi the group. Ex- 
aminations are given just ;is in academic emu ses 

mill those p;issiir_: are given three credit hours 

for the year's work. 

Each year 'he choir makes an extended itinerarj into the North or South. These 
trips air made po-sihle through the efforts Ol .Mi. V M. Harrison, Promotional See 
retary. 

The choir in ahl\ directed by Misn Janet C. Russell, rccentlj appointed to the head 
ol the Musii Department, who nlreadj has made this year's choir one oi beauty and 
finesse. 




-^UZ _ ■ V f v ' ■• ■ ' " > nt pr- -^-^l^ 



- 




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A CAPELLA CHOIR 



Ml VIBERS 



First Soprano 

| I I IA COE 

El i/arei II I lOI FM IN 

Marjory McFadoen 

March- I'ii i m \s 
Ml RUE POORI 

Lois Pressi i 1 

St i mi,l Soprano 
Vioi n Jenkins 

I'M I \\F. Mil MR 

A s s Ross 

I i sic Mae Sink 

m Am Frances Warmck 




First I - noi 

I'l.MIK I Rl I \1 \s 

Dorothy Joni - 

Max ROGERS 

Sn iiii.I Tenor 

l!i:\ i hi i \ llci'.n 
A. C. I OVEI \< i. JR 
I< is I I'll Pavki 

First Hi" 
Ai ice Hoi i m xs 

I i \ s I I i ■. i 

I I I II I I I M.I! \M 

MaRGUBRII I JENKINS 

Ikis Welch 



SHELDON DAWSor-; 
Pr« i I. m 



Second I li» 
Ri in Hendricks 
Neii Homos 
I'm i isi: Parker 
Vesta Troxler 
Edith V \s. i 



First Bass 

Sin s I") \VVSON 

M IRC Lu\ ELACI 
KimiKi RANKIN 
WlLSOK ROCERS 

E»w \kci Shrew u i 



Si i "/;./ Unss 
I iEORCI I i KINS 
M KX llu I 
( >u 1 s l.isni EY 
I. P. Mi Ki ii in s 
1> M in McKlNNON 




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INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS 



This year the debate squad is composed of entirely new men. only one having par- 
ticipated in intercollegiate debates. 

The State Peace < 'ratnrical Contest, to he held here Mav i, 4- s. will no doubt 
linil many ol the students ni Pro lessor < hveu's speech class Striving to win the cash 
prizes to he awarded the winners ol this event. 

At the time this copy goes to the printer, the debate team is all groomed up lor the 
major meet of the year, which is the South Atlantic Forensic Tournament, to be held 
at Winthrop College, Rock Hill. S. C. The tournament will be the climax of the de- 
bate season, drawing teams from all of the South Atlantic states. The query being used 
this year is "Resolved, That Congress should he empowered to fix minimum wages and 
maximum hours for industry." In addition to the debates, contests will be held in 
extemporaneous speaking, impromptu speaking, and oratory. The College will be repre- 
sented by Marc and A. C. Lovelace, affirmative: ( i. \V. Holmes and Robert Johnson, 
negative. Each team entering the tournament must have twelve debate-. 

High Point will enter with high hopes ut capturing the title and upholding the line 
record of debating that it has always maintained. 




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W H O'S WHO 



Five Seniors were selected by the faculty this year as repre- 
sentatives in the official Who's Who Among American Colleges 
and Universities. 

From a list of ten nominees, the faculty on first ballot selected 
the five pictured below. Factors considered in the selection 
were character, scholarship, campus leadership, and probable 
contribution to business and society in later life. 

The collegiate Who's Who is the only publication of its kind, 
and it is a recognized counterpart to the famous Who's Who 
in America. 

The college was first represented in this publication last year 
when A. Lincoln Fulk and Lois Hedgecock were chosen for 
this honor. 




Hill, Aunin. Bell. Own, M Bins 



Page 7? 




BLOCK "H" CLUB 



Alton Hartman 
R w Intribri 
c. w. m vrtin 
Wa^ ne Harris 



Roll 




ERASTUS ( rRlOC 
I.. V. Smith 
Earl Brlnkley 

1 .1 i Si i irrii.i. 



John Ri disill 
Willi \m Booth 
Wilson Rogers 
W. C. Koontz. Jr. 






-<• 



iiJ 
up 



■ ' J? bE^StS? 




Page 80 



MODERN PRISCILLA CLUB 



Officers 

Mary Margaret Hates President 

Elizabeth Pirtle rice-President 

VlRCINlA CuRRY Secretary-Treasurer 

Roll 

I Ii:i.i:\ Hati.s Iv \ M \f. FoWLER 

Mary Margaret Bates Ruth Futrelle 

Rebecca Coble Loren'e Koontz 

\i 'i i \ 1 1 >i Conner <)i.i,\ Marlette 

Virginia Ct rry Gladys Maxwell 

Vadalia Farlow Esther Miran 
Vircini \ Mitchell 
Eliz ujeth Pirtle 

Advisor: Miss Lola I! \kr^ 




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ZENITH 37 



THE CHEER LEADERS 



A cheerleader's job is not an easy one. Creating new yells, reviving 
old ones, teaching them to the students, and pleading for spirit at the 
college games demand heavily of their time and energy. The cheer- 
leaders are heroes as well as are our athletes, for they have worked hard 
in their chosen field of extra-curricular activity. 

As head of the cheerleading corps for this year Fay Holt, with the loyal 
assistance of Peg Jenkins. Virginia Dixon. Odell Gallimore, and David 
McKinnon, has manifested the desire for true sportsmanship on the 
court and in the stands that High Point College may be proud of being 
called "good sports." 

It is only fitting that we should give a long "Gr-rrrrrah" for the cheer- 
leaders. 




McKinnon. Jenkins. Holt. Duon, Gallimore 



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*37 ZENITH 



A 




MARSHALS 



Oceo (mbus 
Chief 

Bernardine Hi -ri.ev Alson Gray 

James Mattocks Hildreth Gabriel 

Max Rogers 

Elizabeth Bagwell 



i£i§f r t^gP 




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ZENITH % 37 

J 



THE LIGHTED LAMP 



The Lighted Lamp is an honor society organized in 1935 as a joint 
movement of the faculty and students to promote higher standards 
among the student body. The rules for the first tapping were made by 
a committee from the student government and the faculty, but the 
organization is now self-sustaining. The members are elected in the 
second semester of the junior year or of the senior year. Requirements 
for membership are based on scholarship, character, service, and leader- 
ship. Members are chosen from various student activities such as 
athletics, Christian organizations, student government, publications, 
literary societies, and social groups. 

Charter members of the society are Emma Carr Bivins, Wilbur 
Hutchins, Lincoln Fulk, Adylenc McCollum, and Lois Hcdgecock. 




Bell, Owen 



Pjqe 84 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



I >FKICERS 

Ai row Hartman .... President 

Occo Gibbs . . . t'ice- President 

Joua Cob ... Secretary 



Represent \tives 



I oia i mi Kappa 
Occo GlBBS 
Dr. C. R. Hinsiiaw 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

(ll \I.\S M WWII I 
Ml" J \M- 1 ('. Rl 5SEI I 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 
\v. w. Wbismer 

I'linl . J, II. A I IK! II 



Them Phi 

1 1 1 1\ Cor 

Miss I 01 1-1 An \ms 

Efisilnn r.1,1 Phi 

Ai his II VRTM VN 
Proi . .1. II. Moi K VNI 

llpha iii: ia Psi 

I KIS \\ I I 1 II 

Mrs. Ai ice P. Wiiitb 




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Rogers 



Rudisill 



Dawson 




IOTA TAU KAPPA 



Km i 



Hk. ( . K. Hinshaw 

Or. P. E. lis hi ev 



Wilson Roci rs 

I'm I. <>\\ EN 

SlIKI.MDS IVUVSOS 

lulls Ki iusil.1. 

Lester Valentine 
Elbert Lake 

I iGl 'i (ilRRS 

M \\ Rogers 

QllENTlN Vl ^< II 

Honorary Members 

O. A. KlRKMAN 



G. w. Holmes, III 
Edward Si irbwalt 

PORTBK Mauser 
LlNDSAV W M KIK 

Roger Peeler 
Allen Th acker 
Glenn ["owbry 
I) \sia Sharps 
Jouk Apple 

( .11 MIR W AC.llS'KK 



Or. P. S. Kennett 
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GUETH 



Harhis 



Jenkins 



THETA PH I 



Riu i. 



Julia Coe 
Sara Harris 
Marjorie Ei. kins 
Heirs Dameron 



Marcuerite Jenkins 
ViotET Jenkins 
Margaret Dixon 
\iki.im \ Dixon 



ih i en Rak Hoi in'. 
Frances GUETH 



I lnMiH \rv Members 
Miss Louise Adams Mrs. N. I*. Varhhrih lii 

Mrs. Glen Muse Mrs. N. M. Harrison 





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Ami -. Austin 
David Cooper 
Ai.son Gray 
Alton Hartman 



EPSILON ETA 
PHI 



Roll 



Wii I I \M HESI ik 
RAt miimi Inthieri 
('. \V. Martin 

Dwicht Morgan 



Robert Rankin 

I.I I Sill KKII I 
I li i\i IR \R\ Ml WliKRS 



W. P. BAILEY 

I I" \R II \KII El 



I. II. Mouranb 

N. P. V.XKIlllKHI <.ll 





David i. Vow 





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SIGMA ALPHA 
PHI 




Ron 

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I I 1/ Mil III I'lKII I 

J VCQI I I im Ki\'.n 
NanO Parham 

I I i II I I I m.i; \m 



Mam Frances Wari ick 
Dorothi Wicoiks 
Fraki t> Muse 
Ann W m kins 



I [OKOR W<\ Ml Mill Us 

Miss Vera tool Mrs. I'. E. Lindi e) 

Mtss J \m.i C. Ri ssi 1 1 




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ALPHA THETA 
PSI 




Welch 



Roll 

Marcaret Austin Elizabeth Hoffman 

KiluRETH Gabriel Ruth Lee 

( ill fl KK r I'KIMM 

Iris Welch 

Mam e Nei son Ki-i r 



I Ionor \ry Members 
Mrs. Alice P. W'iiiie Mrs. S. O. Feebi.es 

Miss BONNIC ENOCH Mrs. (,. |. Hi miiihi. 

Mks. m. w. Nash 




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DELTA ALPHA 
E P S I L O N 



Roll 



I-iimah DORSBTT 

M. c. Henderson, Jr. 

I I .\v IRQ ( rRIMES 

Win i mas Ki w\s 



1.. \'. Smith 

W. W. Wll-MK 
II \K\ IS I'KfSSI.EV 

James Mattocks 



Weisner 
Pri 551 I V 
DoHSETT 



I [onorary Members 

Dk. Glenn Perry Prok. J. II. Allreo 

1)R. I'm i R. Bow I ■. C. C, Robbins 

Prof. W. ir. Ford Herman Smith 

I Win I ESI I i 

Dr. p. ii. Davis 

DR. W. 1 . I U KSns 




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ALUMNI 
ASSOCIATION 



REV I < MADISON 
Preiidi m 



Officers 

Rev. J. C. Madison President 

l.i iiii k Mi in. in Vice-President 

Mrs. -M. L. Patrick Secretary 

\w McAra.ms Treasure/ 

I ii'\ Ci \rk Treasure! "/ Alumni Fund 



The fourth annual Homecoming Da} will be held this year on Maj 29, the Saturday 
iii commencement. At a meeting ol the alumni association in October, it was definitely 
decided that this date be set for this year, instead of the fall date, and that it be 

made an annual event in the future. Arrangements are complete for "one grand day." 
according to President Madison. The Association will reorganize at the May meeting 
ami their plans for a "bigger and better High Point College" will be known then. 



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RADIO 



HISTORY 



COMMANDI-H EUGENE F. McDONALD. JR., 
Prttidem, ^emtl> Radio Corporation 




Radio came to America in 1899, when Marconi gave deraonstra 
Radio first spanned the Atlantic in 1901, when Marconi received 
England, .11 St. Julius, Newfoundland. 

Another pioneer in the Held ol radio is Eugene P. McDona 
dozen years :is Commander McDonald of radio and exploration fa 

sity lie migrated t" Chicago in njio where he became inirresled 

Later he bought out a little laboratory that owned station Z-N, It 
station that he not the name for ZEN1 I II radio, 

McDonald is an adventurer and explorer bj nature and thinks 
lie lives on a 185-foot yacht, the Mizpah, which is a veritable 

desired to operate experimental radio set* under certain conditio) 
is merely moved l« » a spot which affords certain obstacles autl con 
the steamship Peary, Commander McDonald established two-waj s 
time at Etah, 11 degrees from the North Pole. 

Today, whether on land, in automobile, in the air, or on sea, 
with it culture and cheer. Radio is now the greatest medium "I 



lions to the I tiited States Na\ ) . 
signals from Poldhu, Cornwall, 

d, Jr., the man now known a 

me. Leaving Sv racuse Univei • 

in the developments nl radio. 

« .1- from the call letters ol this 

out hi* own problems on wan r. 
loating laboratory. Winn h is 
-, the entire floating laboratoi j 
ditions. While in command ol 
hip communication tor the lust 

radio accompanies us, bringing 
mass 1 ommunication, 




The yacht "Miapali 

Homi 

Commandin McDonald 



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RECEPTION HALL, NBC STUDIOS, RADIO CITY 



HIGH POINT 



< 
H 

CD 




I )i Kow.n and f.imily 

Shadows of "Three Live GhosCS 

Hi Po doing tricks 

The march to fame and fortune 

A view from the rear 

The photographer takes time-out 



What 're you doing there? 
"For between class refreshments 

A thing of the past 

Gibb's platform 

Nitaiuhan's May Day— 1936 



The Cameraman invades 
Work begins on the Athletic field 
Congressman Umsread visits the 
campus 




AROUND 



Scene from the thumb terminal 
Picturesque Woman's Hall 
Of course it's free! 
Master of all he surveys 
A study in white 



A student looks on — the first day 
The library nears completion 
Here's where I get you! 
The Wonder Car visits the campus 
A big league get-together 



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ID 

Oh 







The ladies man and pals 




Spring fashions 


"Bushy poses 




More initiation fun for the So 


They lead the procession 




The tower among the clouds 


From the tower on an icy 


J. IV 


Lc Professeur 


Company for the week-end 




You'll find most of us here on 


Barnhouse of Ohio 




day morning 


En route to class 







E-h 



COVERING 



WITH THE 



On 3 perfectly clear day! 

That Dawson lad again 

Contentment 

Part of the College 

Johnnie 

Another interior view 

"Drink to me only — " 



Sophomore's prey 
Those first weeks of school 
A frosh does his duty 
Campus personali tie-. 

E. D. 

Added attraction 
Another campus visitor 




o 

> 

u 
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o 








BEST LOOKING 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 




Julia Coe 




Dorothy Bell 




George Armfield 




W. W. Weisner 






BEST SPORTS 




MOST FRIENDLY 




Alton Hartman 




Sheldon Dawson 




Sara Harris 




Gladys Maxwell 




SENIOR CLASS 





MOST ATHLETIC 




MOST POPULAR 




Lee Sherrill 




Julia Cob 




Margaret Dixon 




Allen Austin 


MOST ORIGINAL 




BEST ALL-AROUND 




Charles E. Ribge 
Dorothy Bell 




Marguerite Jenkins 
Paul Owen 






SUPERLATIVES 



THE 



March 

°TIME 



SEPTEMBER 15— Upperclassmen register with the freshmen following two days later. First 
chapel is on Friday. Miss Barry, Miss Russell, Mrs. MHlikan are new 
additions to faculty. 
30— Lee Sherrill named captain of soccer team. Sophomores institute reign of 
terror over Freshmen. Pajama parade down Main Street is climax to evening 
performances. T'was the night the yearlings will never forget. 
WPA grants final approval for completion of the Athletic Field. 
OCTOBER 2— Annual faculty reception is given for old and new students. Magician 
scheduled for program vanishes. Dean Lindley is master of ceremonies. 
6 — Work gets underway on stadium, WPA to furnish $25,000. 

Ray Intrieri named Junior Class prexy, succeeding Frank Niernsee, who did 
not return to school. 
7 — J. Ralto Farlow named to fill vacancy in accounting department. 
8 — Broadus Culler, '36, named Soccer coach. 
9 — Senior Class starts move to pave driveways. 
10 — Fall tennis tournament gets underway with 19 entrants. 

Rush week for Greek clubs gets underway. 
19 — Fay Holt is elected to head cheerleaders. M. Jenkins, V. Dixon, Odell Galli- 
more, and David McKinnon named assistants by popular vote of student body. 
Joseph Payne chosen to head the Band. 
21 — Annual reception for faculty and students given at First M. P. Church. 
2+ — Nikanthans agree to give over May Day celebration for one joint society day. 
26 — Hal Yow named to head Freshmen ; Paul Owen to new Commerce Club. 
28 — Weisner attends collegiate press meet in Charlotte. Convention selects High 
Point College for spring session. 
NOVEMBER 2 — Construction is started on Wrenn Memorial Library building. 

Faculty selects M. M. Bates, Bell, Austin, Owen, and Hill for collegiate 
Who's Who publication. 
3 — Individual pictures are made for Zenith. Group pictures follow on Wednes- 
day. The faculty gives over class periods to assist staff and photographer. 
Bouquets to them ! 

13 — De Costa Ferrari Company presents first in a series of four lyceum programs. 
Senior Class selects its superlatives for Zenith. 

16— Gibbs is named to head marshals. Gabriel, Gray, Hurley, Rogers, Mattocks, 

and Bagwell will assist. 
20 — Cutler-Griffin company presents second lyceum number of the year. 
21 — Samuel Myers and J. E. Garlington attend ministerial meet at Davidson 

College. 

24— Faculty and students clash in volleyball game sponsored by Woman's Athletic 
Association. 
DECEMBER 2— Plans for one BIG society day are cancelled. 

Elwood T. Baily speaks at third lyceum program. 
Purple Kittens invade Cleveland County on annual tour. 
Dr. W. A. Lambeth and B. K. Milloway are elected to board of trustees. 
7— Martin elected captain of Basketball squad. Gibbs to be manager for 1936-37 
season. 

11— Senior Class presents "Three Live Ghosts." Proceeds go for driveway fund. 



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" TIME 



14— Dr. Hinshaw is elected president of North State Conference. 
15 — Sophomore co-eds win volleyball crown. 

17— Pre-holiday party sponsored by Student Council. Twins for the Yarboroughs' 
Christmas. 

18— Christmas holidays begin. Everybody gets the Christmas spirit and goes home 
in a happy mood to return January 4. 

JANUARY 5 — Classes begin. Students return from pleasant home firesides to prepare for 

exams just a few weeks later. 

1 1 — Armfield wins final ping-pong game from Rankin to capture championship. 
13— Charles White elected president of ministers, Wilson Rogers for Commerce 

Club, Sheldon Dawson for Akrothinians, Charles E. Ridge, Thaleans. 
23 — Panthers defeat Elon 30-21. 

25 — Examinations begin. Sherrill, Thompson, and Higgins are graduated. 
FEBRUARY 2— New Semester begins. 

Ray Intrieri, basketball guard, transfers to school in Pennsylvania. 
Miss Janet C. Russell gives piano recital before large audience in College 
auditorium. 

3 — Debate squad makes initial appearance of season by meeting Wake Forest in 
a non-decision contest. 

4 — T. W. Sprinkle, attorney-at-law, is named to teach commercial law course for 

semester. 
8 — Alson Gray selected Junior Class prexy to succeed Ray Intrieri. 

12 — World Wonder Car makes its appearance on the campus carrying the largest 
traveling museum in the world. Students and faculty are admitted free 
through the courtesy of Harlees. 

13 — Panthers lose to Elon after a hard-fought battle requiring two extra periods. 
The estimated number of spectators is 1,200, the largest crowd ever to 

witness a basketball game at the College. 
17 — College is host to Carolina's A. A. U. basketball tournament played in 

Harrison Gymnasium. Championships were won by Unique, Enka, National 

Business College, and Triangle. 

24 — Central Piedmont high school basketball tournament begins in Harrison 
Gymnasium, sponsored by the Athletic Association of the College. Over 30 
high schools were represented in this tournament which was won by Fairgrove 
boys and Jr. O. U. A. M. Home girls. 

28 — High Point Panthers lose third battle of year to I.enoir-Rhyne Bears. 
Last of manuscript copy leaves editor's desk. 

MARCH 19 — Members for Lighted Lamp, the College honor society are tapped by current 

members in chapel ceremony. 
25 — Easter holidays begin to last for a period of five days. 

30 — Students return from Easter holidays. The Juniors get ready for the Junior- 
Senior banquet; the choir to invade the North and New York City. 

APRIL 2 — Junior-Senior Banquet held at Sheraton Hotel at 8 :oo P.M. 

Senior Investiture Ceremony. Truly a red letter day for every senior. 

16 — A Capella Choir leaves on its annual trip into the northern states. 



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ROLL OF STUDENTS 



John Albertson 1 14 Oakwood Q., High Point, N. C. 

John Apple Route 2, Reidsville, N. C. 

George Armfield 109 Roland Pk., High Point, N. C. 

Forrester Auman Route 1 , Seagrove, N. C. 

Allen Austin 301 Steele St., High Point, N. C. 

Margaret Austin Wiltshire Blvd., High Point, N. C. 

Virginia Burton Route 5. High Point, N. C. 

Elizabeth Bagwell 405 Breckenridge, Henderson, N. C. 

Bernard Owen Bales Box 584, High Point, N. C. 

Mary Mitchell Baity 350 Southall St., Henderson, N. C. 

Margaret Brown Bailey 1221 N. Main St., High Point, N. C. 

Ruth Briles 1 103 N. Main St., High Point, N. C. 

James Brandon 908 Montlieu Ave., High Poinc, N. C. 

Howard Bradner 205 Thurston St., High Point, N. C. 

Nevil Bowman 918 Redding St., High Point, N. C. 

William Booth Oxford, N. C. 

Vaughn Boone Route 1 , Graham, N. C. 

Virginia Boyles Thomasville, N. C. 

Beverly Bond 300 Second East St., Haynesville. La. 

Arthur Bookout, Jr 1406 Northfield, Greensboro, N. C. 

Maxine Bobbitt Box 496, Henderson, N. C. 

Helen Blackburn Box 264, Greensboro, N. C. 

Reid Black 306 West Second St., Lexington, N. C. 

Irvin Black 411 Whiteoak St., High Point, N. C. 

Doris Betes 306 Elm St.. Asheboro, N. C. 

Emery Bencini W. Lexington St. Ext.. High Point, N. C. 

Dorothy Bell Southport, N. C. 

Mary Margaret Bates Brown Summit, N. C. 

Helen Bates Brown Summic, N. C. 

William C. Barnhouse Belle Valley, Ohio 

Earl Brinktey Route 1, Thomasville, N. C. 

Holland Brinkley Route 4, Lexington, N. C. 

Annis Brown Route 2, Trinity, N. C. 

Odell Brown Route 1 , High Point, N. C. 

John Cagle Eldorado, N. C. 

Mary Carraway 607 W. Farriss Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Herbert Lewis Clien 701 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

James Clark Ill Oakwood Ct., High Point, N. C. 

Clyde Clodfelter Wallburg, N. C. 

Eleanor Coble Route 4, Greensboro, N. C. 

Rebecca Coble Haw River, N. C. 

Julia Coe 219 Hillcrest Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Louise Cole Wise, N. C. 

Annette Coltrane 306 Woodrow St., High Point, N. C. 

Adelaide Conner 722 E. Greene St., Danville, Va. 

Ernesr Cook Route 5, Monroe, N. C. 

David Cooper 417 Gatewood Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Helen Craft Cherryville, N. C. 

George Craver 116 Varnum, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Robert Craver 614 Colonial Dr., High Point, N. C. 

Mary Miller Crawford 334 East Green St., High Point, N. C. 

Hazel Crutchfield 829 N. Main St., High Point, N. C. 

Ethel Culler High Point, N. C. 

Thelroa Culler 904 Sixth St., High Point, N. C. 

Dorothy Cummings 313 S. Hamilton St., High Point, N. C. 

Virginia Curry Pleasant Hill, N. C. 

Fred Cox, Jr 6 Vance Circle, Lexington, N. C. 

Helen Dameron Liberty, N. C. 

Elizabeth Darr Thomasville, N. C. 

Ruby Darr Box 408, Thomasville, N. C. 

Dorothy Davis 204 Boulevard. High Point, N. C. 

Sheldon Dawson 406 Smith Street, Salisbury, Md. 

Margaret Dixon 1006 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

Virginia Dixon 1006 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

Ishmael Dorsett 417 Julian Ave., Thomasville, N. C. 

Clifford Dell 207 E. Hendrix St., Greensboro, N. C. 

James Durland 521 Parkway, High Point, N. C. 

Pearl Eichelberger 712 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

George Elkins Liberty, N. C. 

Marjorie Elkins Liberty, N. C. 



Bickett Ellington Box 1897, High Point, N. C. 

Gladys Ellington High Point, N. <J 

Cecelia Farlow Sophia, N. C. 

Vadalia Fallow Sophia, N. C. 

Vera Mae Ferree Route 3, High Point, N. C. 

Jack Fitzgerald Linwood. N, C. 

Kermit Frazier 420 N. Elm St., Greensboro. N. C. 

Ulmer Freeman Clara, Mis 

Boyd Fours Route 2, Thomasville, N. C. 

Iva Mae Fowler Route 1 , Thomasville N. C. 

Sibyl Fowler , Pinnacle, N. C. 

Ruth Futrelle Box 250, Greenaboro, N. C. 

J. Ezell Garlington Pollock, La. 

Hildteth Gabriel 511 Woodrow Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Odell Gallimore 503 E. Green St., High Point, N. C. 

H. B. Garlingron Pollock, La. 

James Gianoulis 302 Cenrennial Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Occo Gibbs Gibsonville, N. C. 

Jack Gibson 408 East Washington St., High Point, N. C. 

Joe Gray 308 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

Alson Gray 308 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

Edward Grimes Williamston, N. C. 

Erasrus Grigg Route 5, Shelby, N. C. 

Frances Guerh 237 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Paul Hamilton Troy, N. C. 

Hugh Hampton Route 3, Union Mills, N. C. 

Betty Hardin High Point. N, C. 

Sara Harris Summerfield, N. C. 

Wayne Harris Rutherfordlon, N. C. 

Alton Hartman Advance, N. C. 

Frank Hartman Advance, N. C. 

Charles Harville 636 Colonial Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Allen Hanson Pinnacle, N. C. 

John Hauss Park Ave., Thomasville, N. C. 

Franklin Hege 312 Sixth Ave., Lexington, N. C. 

J. H. Hicks, Jr 1015 Smirh St., High Point, N. C. 

M. C. Henderson. Jr Asheboro, N. C. 

Robert Henderson Melville St., Graham, N. C. 

Rurh Hendricks Route 3. High Point. N. C. 

Kathleen Hepinstall Littleton, N. C. 

William Hester 220 N. Cedar St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Silvester Higgins Guilford College, N. C. 

Inza Hill Denton, N. C. 

Max Hill Denton, N. C. 

Thomas Hilliard Thomasville, N. C. 

Joseph Hilliard Thomasville, N. C. 

Reginald Hinshaw, Jr 223 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Elizabeth Hoffman 507 White Oak St., High Point. N. C. 

Alice Hoffman 507 White Oak St.. High Point, N. C. 

Annie Faye Holt Route 2, Graham, N. C. 

G. W. Holmes, III Route 1 , Graham, N. C. 

Harold Holton Route 3, High Point, N. C. 

Helen Rae Holton High Point, N. C. 

Nell Holton High Point, N. C. 

Claude Howell Norwood, N. C. 

Ralph Hughes Route 1, Ware Shoals, S. C. 

Nell Marie Humphreys College Drive, High Point, N. C. 

George Emory Humphreys College Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Jean Hunt Ferndale Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Helen Hunter Atcola, N. C. 

Bernardine Hurley Troy N. C. 

Richard Hubbard 607 W. Lexington Ave,, High Point, N. C 

Olive Hutchins 1100 Campbell St., High Point, N. C. 

Betty Idol 756 N. Main St., High Point, N. C. 

Martha Idol 756 N. Main St.. High Point. N. C. 

Lualle Ingram 504 Jones St., High Point, N. C. 

Ray Intrieri 303 German St., Earie, Penn. 

Cecelia Isaac 436 Westminster Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Charles Jarrell High Point, N. C. 

Marguerite Jenkins Frost Ave., Frostburg, Md. 



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Violet Jenkins Frost Ave., Frostburg, Md. 

Barbara Jenney 146 Charles St., Tottington, Conn. 

Mrs. G. A. Johnson ..615 W. Lexington Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Frank Johnson High Point, N. C. 

Bessie Joyce Sandy Ridge, N. C. 

Robert Johnson Denton, N. C. 

Alice Louise Jones Randolph Ext., Thomasville, N. C. 

Dorothy Jones . .905 E. Circle Drive, High Point, N. C. 

James Jones Hillsboro St., Hillsboro, N. C. 

Lorene Koontz 2928 Patterson Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

W. C. Koontz, Jr 309 Fourth St., High Point, N. C. 

Esther Kivett 1002 Sherrod Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Hazel Kiser 718 Morris St., High Point, N. C. 

Marye Nelson Kiser 718 Morris St., High Point, N. C. 

Jacqueline Kinney 117 Redd St. , Reidsville, N. C. 

Elise Kilpatrick Haynesville, La. 

Vance Kester Greensboro Rd., High Point, N. C. 

Whitman Kearns Farmer, N. C. 

Pauline Kennett College Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Ruby Keller Route 3, High Point, N, C. 

Cerelda Lackey Fallston, N. C. 

Tom Lamar 214 Kelly St., High Point, N. C. 

Frances Lambeth 202 Hillcrest Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Elbert Lane Pinnacle, N. C. 

H. O. Lanning Lexington, N. C. 

Ruth Lee 307 Denny St., High Point, N. C. 

Charles Lingo Dover, Del. 

Evelyn Lindley Snow Camp, N. C. 

Owen Lindley Route 1 , Graham, N. C. 

William Locke Route 2, Enfield, N. C. 

Fred R. Love Box 112, Thomasville, N. C. 

Marc Lovelace 108 S. Millen St., Gastonia, N. C. 

A. C. Lovelace, Jr 108 S. Millen St., Gastonia, N. C. 

Marjory McFadden Waverly, Kans. 

David McKinnen 109 Welch St., High Point, N. C. 

John McKeithen Grayson, La. 

J. P. McKeithen Grayson, La. 

William McKinney 110 Salem St., High Point, N. C. 

Olga Marlette Graham, N. C. 

Gladys Maxwell 1003 Fourth Ave., Hendersonville, N. C. 

Dwight Morgan Jackson Creek, N. C. 

James Morgan 1717 English St., High Point, N. C. 

Mary Virginia Mitchell 800 Carrick Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Esther Miran 83 Belleview Ave., Torrington, Conn. 

Pauline Miller West Side Sta„ High Point, N. C. 

Billy Meredith Route 1, Trinity, N. C. 

James Mattocks 805 Morris St., High Point, N. C. 

C. W. Mattin Polkton, N. C. 

Olivia Martin Route 2, Trinity, N. C. 

Frances Mann 1206 Johnson St., High Point, N. C. 

Danease Manley 527 Cable St., High Point, N. C. 

Frances Muse Carthage, N. C. 

Ruth Myets 235 Boulevard, High Point, N. C. 

Sara Marie Neese Route 5, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Byron Nifong Route 5, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Charles Ostwald 122 South Orange Ave., South Orange, N. J. 

Paul S. Owen Pinnacle, N. C. 

Jack Palmer, Jr 116 Salem St.. Thomasville, N. C. 

Nancy Parham Route 7, Henderson, N. C. 

Pauline Parker Richmond, Va. 

James Parsons High Point, N. C. 

Mary Evelyn Payne Route 2, High Point, N. C. 

Joseph Payne Route 2, High Point, N. C. 

McCrary Peace Route 2, Trinity. N. C. 

Roger Peeler Belwood, N. C. 

Elizabeth Pirtle Route 1 , Montgomery, Ala. 

Marjorie Pittman Whitakers, N. C. 

Myrtle Poorc 322 W. Russell St., High Point, N. C. 

DeLois Pressley 402 Vine St., High Point, N. C. 



Harvey Pressley 402 Vine St., High Point, N. C. 

Gilbert Primm 601 Salem St., Thomasville, N. C. 

Charles E. Ridge Lexington, N. C. 

Robert Rankin 102 Church St., High Point, N. C. 

Horace Rhinehart Lexington, N. C. 

Doris Reece Route 5, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

William Rennie 13 Norgate Rd., Methuen, Mass. 

Max Rogers Burlington, N. C. 

Wilson Rogers Burlington, N. C. 

Anne Ro » 215 Nainman Ave., Asheboro, N. C. 

John Rudisill 301 W. Congress St., Lincolnton, N. C. 

James Shannon Polo Club, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Richard Setzer 501 Woodrow Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Edward Stirewalt 703 E. Lexington Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Vitginia Sprinkle Tobaccoville, N. C. 

Daniel Sharpe R OUM 4i Greensboro. N. C. 

^« sh « til Statesville, N. C. 

William Shields 329 Louise Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Ruth Shoaf R 0UM , Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Richard Short 606 N. Main St., High Point, N. C 

ci - v- J mi, c ••; High Point - N - c - 

Elsie Mae Sink 601 Sink St., High Point, N. C. 

Margaret Sink 601 Sink St., High Point, N. C. 

Lee Spencer, Jr 1410 King St., High Point, N. C. 

John Stanley 1 103 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

Henry Surratt 1017 Sherrod Ave., High Point N C 

f" '""T"" 1 "" 1919 Cartet St., Danville, Va. 

Banks Thayer | US Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

r? ■" . . . " ~ Routc ' ' H 'B h Poinc . N. C. 

Kuth Merelyn Thompson 5 E. Main Sr.. Thomasville, N. C. 

Sara Forrest Thompson 5 E. Main St., Thomasville, N. C. 

Robert Thompson 225 Thurston St., High Point. N. C. 

Alson Thompson Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Evelyn Turner Lincolnton, N. C. 

Hazel Tucker 217 Edgedale. High Point, N. C. 

Vesta Troxler R oute 4| Burlington, N. C. 

Glenn Towery Rouu 4 Shelb)r N c 

Lester Valentine Route 3, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Edith Vance 505 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Quentin Veach R oute ,, Thomasville, N. C. 

Agnes Louise Wilcox 212 Cedar St., Greensboro, N. C 

Helen Waller R outc t| Deep Rm _ N c 

Aubrey Walley a ara _ Miss 

Lindsay Walker R oure 3 _ Winston-Salem. N C 

Margaret Walton 109 S. Cox St., Asheboro, N. C. 

Florence Wagoner Brown Summit, N. C. 

Gilmer Wagoner Brown Summit, N. C. 

Patsie Ward Madison, N. C. 

Foy WofTord R oure 6, Lexington, N. C. 

Mary Frances Warlick Lawndale. N. C. 

Mabel Warlick Belwood, N. C. 

Ann Watkins 717 W. Farriss St., High Point, N. C. 

Allen Watson Morven, N. C. 

Josephine Weant Route 3, High Point, N. C. 

George Webster 531 Parkway, High Point, N. C. 

Iris Welch 1505 N. Main St., High Point, N. C. 

S. J. Welborn Route 1 , Thomasville, N. C. 

Edgar S. Welborn Route 1 , Thomasville, N. C. 

Raymond Welborn 106 Oakwood Cr., High Point, N. C. 

Donald Wehry 1 109 Orlanda St.. Hieh Point, N. C. 

William W. Weisner 515 Liddell St., Charlotte, N. C. 

. Charles White 1208 Shelton St., High Point, N. C. 

Dorothy Wiggins 412 N. Garnett St., Henderson, N. C. 

Taskcr Williams Essex, N. C. 

Ferman A. Wright Route 4. Lawndale, N. C. 

Arthur York 635 Colonial Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Raymond York 316 Louise St., High Point, N. C. 

Dezree Younts Trinity, N. C. 

Hal Yow Gibsonville, N. C. 



fags 105 



HIGH POINT 
FURNITURE CO. 

Manufacturers of 

BED ROOM FURNITURE 



Phone 2308 



Established 1888 



HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



FOR QUALITY DAIRY 
PRODUCTS— 






DAIRY™ 



West Lexington Avenue 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



THE 

HIGH POINT, THOMASVILLE AND 
DENTON RAILROAD CO. 



Is an outstanding example of accomplishment as the result of 
cooperation and steady, hard work. Large or small, any community 
thrives only when there is cooperation and a general spirit of service 



NOTHING BUT SERVICE TO SELL'' 



HIGH POINT 
SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY 

COMMERCIAL BANKING 

Established 1905 



ELLIOTT 
FLORAL COMPANY 

Sheraton Hotel Bldg. 

Flowers for all Occasions 
Member F. T. D. A. 

FLOWERS BY WIRE 
Day Phone 2586 Night Phone 41302 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

North Carolina Theatres 

Incorporated 

PARAMOUNT 

BROADHURST 

CAROLINA 

RIALTO 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



DUKE POWER COMPANY 



TEXTILE 
PAPERS 



PRINTING 
PAPERS 



McNEIL PAPER COMPANY, 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Inc. 



TWINE 
TAPE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CECILS DRUG 
STORE 

A. COKE CECIL, Manager 



SCHOOL 
SUPPLIES 



It Pays to Shop at 
Penney's 

J. C. PENNEY CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 





CHARLES E. RIDGE 

Manager 



Our sincere thanks to our many customers 
and best wishes to the new management 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE BOOK 
STORE 



WILSON ROGERS, '57 



SHELDON DAWSON, '57 



HIGH POINT 
STEAM LAUNDRY 

Expert Dry Cleaning, 

Dyeing and 

Pressing 

a 

228 NORTH WRENN ST. 
Phone 3325 



BRYCE COMMERCIAL 
COLLEGE 



MISS MARIE HANDLEN 
Director 

MRS. G. W. CLARK 
Secretary- Treasurer 



119 1-2 N. Main 



Phone 2663 



Our Business Is To Train You 
For Success 



Bonded for the protection of our 

Students. Licensed by State Board 

of Commercial Education 



EDGAR SNIDER 

PRINTING 



244 NORTH WRENN 



PHONE 4141 I 



Compliments of 

W. A. Davis Milling 

Company 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER 
COMPANY 



1215 Ward Street 



Phone 44232 



Compliments of 
Carolina Casket Company 

Phone 2148 



Sample Shoe Store 



The Store That Value Built 



BELK STEVENS CO. 



Compliments of 

SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

Phone 3393 
GENUINE DRY CLEANING 



ROBERTSON BAKERY 

Splendid Bread and Cakes 



EFIRDS 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

142-144 S. Main Street 
Quality at a reasonable price 



SHERATON BEAUTY 
SHOP 

Mezzanine Floor Sheraton Hotel 



Compliments of 
Logan Porter Mirror Co. 

Phone 2657 



Compliments of 

PAT BROWN, Inc. 

Ford Products 



GUILFORD GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Mirror Beauty Shop 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Richardson s Department 

Store 



Carolinian Cafeteria 

120 NORTH MAIN STREET 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

SNOW LUMBER CO. 



COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


Blue Bird Castle 


Opposite Post Office 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Beeson Hardware Co. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Bakurs Shoe Store 



MORGAN'S 

JEWELRY AND MUSIC 
CLASSICAL AND POPULAR MUSIC 

Exclusive Agents for Gibson's Instruments 
210 E. Washington St. Phone 8225 



SEARS, ROEBUCK 
COMPANY 

The World's Largest Store 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

CITY FUEL CO. 



JlarUees 

High Point's Quality 
Department Store 



BALLANCE & CO. 

WHOLESALE CONFECTIONS 
GREENSBORO, N. C. 



J.W.SECHRESTAND SON 

Since 1887 



AMBULANCE SERVICE 
DIAL 3349 




HIGH POINT 
FLORAL COMPANY 

CORSAGES 
A SPECIALTY 

Reasonable Prices 

1696 English St. Phone 3116 



GARLAND 

DISTRIBUTING 

COMPANY 

Phone 4610 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

GIDEON IRELAND HUMPHREYS, A.M., D.D., President 

"In the Heart of the Piedmont" 

MODERN FIRE-PROOF BUILDINGS 
NON-SECTARIAN 

COEDUCATIONAL 

Ruled Standard "A" Grade by State Board of Education 

Courses in Education, Language, History, Commerce, Home Economics, Science, Religious 
Education, Music — leading to degrees of A.B. or B.S. 

Low Rates Put College Training in Reach of the Youth with Limited Means 

"A Growing College in a Growing City" 

For Catalogue Apply to 

PRESIDENT OR REGISTRAR 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Careful and Courteous Drivers 




BIAJL ft!RDCA5 Inc 



4 for the price of 1 — 25c 

BAGGAGE TRANSFERRED 

DIAL 4531 DIAL 4531 



DE LUXE DINER 

HIGH POINT 
Dixie Diner Dixie Diner 

GREENSBORO RALEIGH 

Always the Best Places For 
Real Food 



Dr. Nat _wauce;r 



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AFTER COLLEGE 

For better business training and a good 
position for YOU, 

ATTEND 

JONES BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

128 1-2 W. Commerce St. High Point, N. C. 

The Accredited School 

P. P. JONES, M.A., Manager 



"Better Printing Pays" 

Barber-Hall Printing 
Company 

PHONE 2385 



HIGH POINT 
PAPER BOX CO. 

Incorporated 

Manufacturers 

High Grade Paper Boxes 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



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N. L. Garner, Agency 

Occidental Life Insurance Company 

701 Security Bank Building 

PHONE 4648 



ROSE FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

R. C. A. RADIOS 
FURNITURE, RUGS, RANGES 

243 SOUTH MAIN ST. 
Phones 4332 — 2788 



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