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MAXTON, N. C 



VOLUME 3 



THE BAGPIPE 

J. P. Snipes, EJilnr 

Elo B. Jackson, B/niiiess Manager 




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JlN this, the fourth edition of the B;it;pipe, we have 
attempted to portray somethini; of the life on the 
campus and of the organization, which, some day you 
will hold as cherished memories of your happiest 
days — those in college. 





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To God's niosi precious gift to us — our Mothers 

W'e loriiigly Jeiiiijte this, the fourth iiituiue 

of the Bagpipe. 



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Faculty and 
Administration 



p. Car'i- Aiiams, Pieihlint 

A.B., Hampjen-Sidney College; 
B.D., UnKin Theulogical Semi 
nary. 



Envi'iN L. Kn-i- 

B.S , Nurth Carolina State 
M.A., George Peabody 

Otto W. Ferrene 

Siifi/te 

B.S,, Presbyterian College 

V. A. Sydenstricker 

liiigliih jiiJ SpJiiish 

A B., Presbyterian College 

M A.. Geurge Washington 

George P. Henderson 

Coach 

B.S., Davidson College 

Henr-.' Thompson Holladav 

Ljiigi/ages 

A.B,, Hampden-Sidney College 

Graduate Work, Columbia University 

Miss Fern Andrews 

Assl. Commercial liulnulor 

P.csbyterian Junior College 




Mrs. V. A. Sydenstricker 

Libyaiian 
A.B.. University of Oklahoma 

Mrs. Tennie Yearwood 
Dielilian 

Ro::er Martin McGirt 

Hislorj, Economics 

A B., Davidson College 

M.A., University of North Carolina 

Miss Josie Loughhead 

Shorlhamt, Acco»ii/iii^ 

B.S., State Teachers College, .Missouri 

Graduate Work, University of Richmond, Co 

lumbia University 

Rev. James Gray 

Greek, Piychology, Ger.nan 

A.B., Davidson College 

BD. Unon Theological Seminary 




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AlKlre\v.s. .Mrs. Sjtk-ii.shif 




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JACKSON 



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FISLER. 



Senior Class Officers 

Elo Bertram Jackson President 

Robert Finla Murphy Vice-Presidenl 

Frank Moore Fisler Secretary-Treasurer 



ALMA MATER 

To thee, dear college, do we raise 
Our voices in acclaim. 
And memories of yesler year 
Shall cluster round thy name: 
And as ire sing our College song, 
Unfurl the banners free 
Revealing liberty and truth, 
Forever P. J. C. 



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Sophomore Roll and Honors 



Edwin Black Carr 

"£. 6," 

Wallace, N'. C. 

Ansiiciate of Artit 

Student Council. '3;>; Basket- 
hall, •35-S6: Glee Club. •S.'i-'SC; 
Quartet. 'SsMS: Block "P". 's.'!- 
'36: Vice-President of Ministe- 
rial .Association. '."iB. 



Dfax'ev Edward Cavenaugm 
"Riibinofj" 

CHINQrAPIN, N. C. 

Track Manacer. ■:!.■;; Block 



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Guy Walwin Edgeton 
"Sec" 

Kenly. N. C. 
Associfiti^ (if Art>i 

Football. '34-'3ii; Basketball. 
•3.5-'36: Tr,ack. '3.5; Baseball, 
'3fi; President Freshman Class. 
'3.'i: Glee Cluh, ',1.')-'36: Block 
"P", '3r.; Student Council, ■3.'i. 



Frank Moore Fbler 
"Chesly" 

IVANHOE. N. C. 

Assoriate of Arts 

lall. ■3-.-'36: Captain 
fll. 'SH; Glee Club. ■3.i-'3ii: 
_ ary and Treasurer Soph- 
oniort Class, *3fi: Block "P", 
'3:)-"36; Freshman Board of 
Control, "3fi; Commencement 
Marshal, '3,-.; Football. '3,i; 
Boxins, '31, 



Henery Belk Foard 

"T" 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Assnriaie in Conimercf 

Track. '3,5; Basketball, '3.1- 
■3i>: Commencement Marshal, 
'33. 



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Walter H. Grimsley, Jr. 

"Mr. Grimdey' 

Council, N. C. 

Aststncintv in Science 

Football, ■34-'3,i: Glee Club 
■3.i.'36; B.isketball. '3,5; Base 
ball, '3.'".; Block "P", '36; .-Assist 
ant Librarian. 




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Horace Clark Guthrie 




James Allen Hodge 




Cannie Lee Huff 


"Little Bit" 




"President" 






"HillbilUe" 


Swan Quarter. N. C. 




Kenly. N. C. 






OCALA. Va. 


Associate in Science 




General ColU'iie 






Aasocinte in Science 


Baseball. '3.5-'36: Bji-sketball. 
'.1.i-"36; Fresliniiin Bnard of 
Control. '36: Block "P". '36. 


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isehall. •3,i-'36; (' ( 
triciaii. '3.l-*36. 


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Boxinff. •3.5-"36: Captain Box- 
ins. '311; Bloek 'T". '35-'36 
Freslunaii Board of Control 
•36. 



Elo B. Jackson. "i'^A 

"Jack" 

Thomasville, Ala. 

General College 

Vice - President Freslinian 
Class, '35; Assistant Manager 
Boxing Team, '35; Bagimi-e Staff, 
"35; Conimcncnient Marsh;i!, 
'35: Freshman Board of C 
trol, '36: Presi<lent Soplinin 
Class, '36 : Track. '35 ; Hlo. ^ 
"P** Club. '36 : Manager Bux 
ing, *3fi: Treasurer Y. M. C. A, 
'36; Student Council, '36; Busi 
ness Manager Bagpipe. '36, 



Wade H. Kinlaw, Jr., *fiA 
"Gulliver" 

LUMBERTON. N. C. 

One Year Commerce and 
General Culh-ge 

P'resliman Board of Control, 
'36; Commencement Marshal, 



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WlLLIA.M L. LeNNON, 'I'AII 

"Red" 

Ll'MBERTON, N. C. 

Associate in Commerce 

Glee Club. '35-'36; Tenni.s. 
'3.i'36: Block "P". '35-'30: 
Track. '3.t; Pre,-?i(lent of Stu- 
dent Body. '36: Quartet. '36: 
President Gle- Club. '36; Cap 
tain of Tennis, '36; Assistant 
Librarian. '36; Student Council. 
'36. 



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Joseph Mitchell 



Robert Finla Murphy 



"Joe" 
Hamiit. \. (■ 

iriifyal Cnllrii, 







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Atkinson, N. C. 
Associate of Arts 




Council, '3;'); Baskel- 
Track, "Sr.; Block 
;;V*3G; Vice-Presi- 
Suphornore Class. '30; 
limnn Board of Control. 
".Hi: Vice-President Block "P" 
Club, 'nn; President Y. M. C. A.. 
';(ii ; Ciimniciic-etnent Marshal, 
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Donald Overton McInnii, 

"Pi'Jro" 
West End, N. C. 
Associate of Arts 

Glee Club, '3.i-'3fi: Commence- 
ment Marsh:il, "3.1; Vice-Presi- 
dent V. M. C. A.. '3fl. 



Alexander P. Nisbet, *HA 
"Philberl" 

WlLMINCJTON, N. C 

Associate of Arts 

Football, *34-'35: Track, 'S-J- 
•30; Bjiseball, '35; Basketball. 
•30 ; Block "P" Club. '3.v'30 : 
President Block "P" Club. '30: 
BAta'ii'E Staff. 'a.!; Student 
Council. '3:)-'30 ; Vice-President 
Student Body, '36; Assistanl 
Manager Basketball. '35; .ludirc 
of Freslinian Board of Coutrn!, 
■;!0: Manager Student Store. '3fi. 



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David Lamar Parks 

"DMe" 
Roaring River, N. C. 
Associate in Science 

Football. '3.1; Basketball. '3, 
.■;fil Track, 



Clayborne Boggan Pense 
"Lieut. D-.tiis" 

T.VTI M. S. C. 

Associate in Cntuinrrcr 

Glee Club. 'li.l-'lUi: Track. '3:>. 







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Thomas Russel Roper 

"Freshm.vi" 

Wacram. N. C. 

Assnriate of Arts 



Albert Sasseen 
"Ut/le Oil" 

LAIRINBL-Rn, N'. C. 

Afntorinte in Science 
Football. '.Il-'a-i; Block "I" 
35-'3fi: Baseball. '35-'3G; 



Club, 

Ctieniistry 

ant. 



Laboratory- Assist- 



Neil Aibert Rosser 

''Romeo'' 

Broadway. N. C. 

Associate of Arts 



Herbert Russell. Jr. 

"Scbnozzle" 

SAXFtmn. N. C. 

One Year Cfnnmcrcial 



Assistant ^ta^.^^er Baseball 
'35; Boxing-. '35-'36: Track. '3fi: 
Block -P" Club. '3fi; Monitor 
CorninenceimMit Marshal, 



Collefie Accompanist. 
Head Cheer Leader. '36. 







Jamie Presslv Snipes, "t"^ V 
"/. P.- 

Wadk. \. C. 
Associate of Arts 

tilee Club. *35-'30; Assistant 
ManagTir Basketball. '35: Bac- 
I'li'K Statr. 'Sri; Assistant Mana- 
ger Baseball. '35; Managrer 
Baseball. "36; Secretary Y. XL 
C. A.. '36; Secretary and Treas-^ 
urcr G>e Club. "36; Student 
Council. '36: Editor-in-Chief 
Ba(;i'ipf.. '36; Freshman Boanl 
of Control, *36: Cheer Leader.i 
'36; Block '-I'" Club. '36. 



Theodore W. Stixrud. MKB 
"Ted'' 

LrF^o. Congo Belgk, Africa 
Hirjh .S'c/hh./ Dipinmn 

Football. ■35-'3G: Tennis. '35- 
'36; Block -T"' Club. '36: As- 
sistant Librarian. , r\ t ' 



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George H. Turner. MKo 
"Old Udy 

C'l.TNTON, N. C. 

General College 

Football. 'ai-'Sr.; Track. '3fi ; 
Assistant Maiiaffer Baseball, 
'35; Block "P" Hub, 'RG; Fresb- 
m.'iti Board nf Control, 'Ilfi : 
Head Waiter. ';iO. 



Eugene Wells. MKO 
"Gene" 

TKArHEYS. N. C. 
General College 

AKsistant Manaprer Track, '.l.'>; 
MnruiKer Track. "Jtri; Football. 
*3r.: Block "1"' Club, aii. 



Danial Lea Walker 
"Finkle'itehi" 

Bl'RLINCTOX, N. C. 
Associate of Arts 

Assistant Librarian. '3.5; As- 
sistant Manager Baseball, '35; 
Bagi'II'k Staff. 'S.t; Track, 'as- 
':U): Cheer Leader, '35; Adver- 
tisitiff Manager of Bagpii'K. 'Sfi; 
Manajier Student Store, '36. 



LoYD Black Wells. MKO 
"Red" 

Tf.aihkvs, N. C. 
General CalUge 

Assistant Manager Football 
'31; Football Manager. '^'^ 
Tennis. '35-'36; Block "P" Clul; 
■30, 



DeLeon Wells. Jr.. MK*^ 

"Buck'- 

Wallace, N. C. 

General College 

Football. '34; Track. '35; As 
sistant Manacer Baseball, '35; 
Boxiufr. '3.j-'3(i; Captain BoxiriR:. 
■3(i: Tennis. *3(i; Block "I"' 
Club. '3fi; P'reshnian Board of 
Control. '36. 



William S. Wells, MKe 

"Capt. Slugger" 

Wallace, N. C. 

Assiieiate in Commerce 

Football, '34-'36; Captain 
Football. '35; Track. *35-*36; 
Block 'T" Club, '35-'38: Head 
Monitor, '36. 






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William Edward Wells 

"Pickle' 

Wallace. N'. C. 

General College 

Baseball. "35-'36: Block "P", 
"33: Football, '35. 



Avery Willia.ms, Jr. 

"Horse- 

Swan Qcarter. N'. C. 

General C<iltef/e 

Glee Club. "Sj-'SS: .\^^istanl 
.Manager Basketball. '35: Fresh- 
man Board of Control. "36; 
Manager Basketball. "36: Track. 
"35: Block P". '36: Quartet. 
'36. 



Baxter Brown Wilson 

"Bing" 

Charlotte. V. C. 

Associate in Science 

Basketball, 'a.i-'se: Captain 
Basketball. '36: Glee Club. '35- 
'36; Student Council. '36: Base- 
ball. '36: Block -P" Club. '35- 
'36: Freshman Board of Con- 
trol, "36. 



Graha.m Williamson 

"Wimp.)" 

Mavton, N. C. 

General College 






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TYSON 



HILLIAR.D 



Junior Class Officers 

Robert Miller Tyson PiesiJent 

Iredell Milliard Vice-President 

Frank Grahm Moss Secretary-Treasurer 



PEP SONG 

Side by side and stepping high. 

We're gonna m.irch right through the foe. 
Shouting our battle cry. 
Ready to do or die. 

As arm in .irm along we go. 
We will win the victory. 

If you will fight, fight, fight, straight through 
We'll help you on with cheers of loyalty. 

Go out and fight! We're right with you! 




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i DwiN Adams 
Johns, N. C. 

John Hohson Anderson 
Leiand, N. C 

C. J. Carr 
liracheys, N. C. 



James Carter 
Pinehurst, N. C. 

Walter Logan Carriker 
Charldtte, N. C. 



Alexander Lillington Clar 
Mt, Airy, N. C. 



lioYDEN Irving Council 
White Oak, N. C. 

Donald Ray Cromartie 
Garland, N, C. 

David Provence Crowe ll 
Whiteville, N. C. 



I nwiN Dalrymple 
hinesbort), N. C. 

James Faircloth 
Clinton, N. C. 

Jesse Clyde Gibson 
Gibs.in, N. C 



Lawrence Fdwtn Gibson 
Laiii-i-l Hill, N. C. 



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Antonio Gonzalez 
Santo Domingo, Cuba 

Russell Helleckson 
Mdxton. X. C. 

TpvEDELL HiLLLARD 

Clinton, N. C. 



Harvey Lee Huefman 
PollocksviUe. K. C. 



William Lasatfr 
Erwin, N. C, 



David Lasater 
Erwin, N. C. 



R^iLPii Monger. Jr. 
JC^ "^-VS^anford, N. C. 

O ICl'V-*'^ Eugene Monroe 
O']- I ^> Rowland, N. C. 

^\\S^ ,jrj/^ MuRR.^v Hugh Moody 

' . „ l>*^^ Rowland. N. C. 




Frank Grah.^m Atoss 
Washington, N. C. 



KLIN McBrVDE 



William Archibald McKay 
St. Paul, N. C. 



Prank McKenzie 
Charleston. S. C. 







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Max Lauchlin McKinnon 
Mt, Gilead, N. C. 



Robert Thurston McNeely 
Miwresville, N. C. 



Rav Palmer 
Washington. N. C. 



Melzar Pearsall 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Wii Lr,\,M Rt»GER Soles 
WliitevNIc, N. C. 




George Currie Singletary 
Cl.irl;t..n. N'. C^ 



Roiifrt Miller Tyson 
Tliomasville, Ala. 



Lloyd Veach 



Henry Vance Wa 
Teacheys, N. C 



Archie Watson 
Wagram, N. C. 



Kenneth Welsh 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Sam Wells 
Teacheys, N. C. 






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Student Council 



The Student Council conducted the affairs nt Mi-dent (ju\crnnient in a most efficient and satisfac- 
tor>' manner. The famous school spirit built up at P. J. C. is due to a large exter>t to the principles 
by which the Student Government is run- Durmg the entire >ear there has been no major misde- 
meanors and the Student Council should come in tor their share uf the praise for this happy con- 
dition. 




Wilson. NfcBrycle. Dalrymple. Snipes 
Gibson. C. Tyson. Nisbet. Jackson 



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Jamie Presslv Snipes EJiior 

Elo Bertram Jackson Bin'iness AUiugei 

Daniel Lea Walker AJverthing Manager 

Ralph Monger AssI, Editor 

David Lasater Assl. Bus. Mgr. 

Jack Carnev Assl. AJver. Mgr. 

John Anderson A<u. AJver. Mgr. 



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Robert Finla Murphy President 

Donald Overton McInnis Vice-President 

Jamie Pressley Snipes Seaelary-Treasiirer 



Under the able leadership of its president, Finla Murphy, and with the expert ad- 
vice of the facult)' advisor, Mr. Sydenstricker, the Y. M. C. A. has been a strong Chris- 
tian force on the campus. Services were held twice weekly and in March a week's evan- 
gelistic service was held by Rev, J. M. Sydenstricker of the Brazil mission field. Out- 
standing speakers were in chapel from time to time during the year under the sponsor- 
ship of the Y. M. C. A. 



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Qlee Club 



Edwin L. Key. . . . 
Herbort Russell 



.... Director 
. Accompiviisl 



Isl Tenors 
Lennon 
Cav.\naugh 
Gonzalez 
Monroe 
Souls 

2iiJ Tenors 
Dalrvmple 

EnCERTON 

Kettler 
Moss 
Snipes 
Wilson 



Isl Basses 
Carter 
Council 
Grimsley 
McInnis 
Pence 
Williams 

2iiii Basses 
Carr, C. 
Carr, E. 
Carriker 
Cheek 
Cromartie 

FiSLER 



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First Roir: Stixrii 



WiNnn. Tiirrior. Cluldre--. Tv-mi. F.<l£rfrt<in. C: 
Fairclotli 



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Heroiifi Riiir: Wells. D. L.. Well'*. Sprunl. AVilMiims. Lennon, Reitl. Wells. Eutrene, Rosser, Hodge. 

Hellickson 
Third Fotr: Wells. L. B.. Wells, Wilfiam. Kettler. Welch. Snipes. Cromatie. Wicker. Jackson 
Fuurth Roir: Ca^enaugh, Pearsall. Sasseen l^ecrctary-Trensurer). Nisbet (President). Murphy {Vice- 
President). Fisler. Monroe 



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Officers Block "P" 

Alexander Preston Nisbet President 

Robert Finla Murphy Vice-PresiJeiil 

Albert Sasseen Secrelaty-Treasuier 



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SUMMARY 



Lumherton High 

^ Campbell 18 

Oak Ridge 47 

Lccs-McRae 12 

fl W'incate 6 

n Rutherford 19 

Boiling Springs 7 

1< M.US Hill 20 

14 Belmont Abbey 1? 

14 Brevard 20 




First Hull-: Wck-h. Helleckson. Faircloth, Rcid, Wells, S. (fVi/ifr/oO, Sassnii, Minis. r, Ni-hol, !l..r-ov, 

Fisler. Grinisley. Gihsiin, C. 

Second Bow: McKinnon {Assistant Manager), Henderson (Coaeh), Cromatie. Monroe. Turner. Wicker, 

Edserton, Stixrud, McKenzie. Pate. Hilliard. Tyson. Wells, L. B. {Matiai/er). 

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LUMBERTON 
In .1 rough anj tumble season's opener the Scots although outplaying Lumberton 
All-Stars were held to a scoreless tie. This game ser\ed mainly as a test of the new- 
talent and the Scots were not at full strength all the game. 

Campbell 
In this encounter the Sects, outweighed and handicapped by inexperience were 
completely outplayed. Dorsey and Welch paced the backlield, Helleckson and Pate the 
line. 

O.^K Rm-oE 
Handicapped by injuries, the Scots were completely smothered by the Oak Ridge 
Cadets, boasting the best Junior College team ever seen in the state. 

LeesMcRae 
Showing a complete reversal of form, the Scots defeated Lees-McRae much more 
decisively than the score indicates. Dorsey was outstanding in the backfield. Nisbet 
featured in line plays. 

^X'I^■GATE 
Weakening in the third quarter the Scots allowed Wingate a touchdown in that 
period for the only score of the game. This was one of the roughest games of the season. 



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Rutherford 
Paced by the flashy hne play of Captain Wells, the Scots lost another football game 
by a close score of 14 and 19. Sasseen led the backfield. 

Boiling Springs 
In their first and only night game the Scots completely outplayed the Bulldogs at 
Shelby but were defeated by a long pass in the closing minutes of the game. P. J. C. 
led in first downs 12 to 4. Sasseen starred in this game also. 

Mars Hill 
Before a large Home Coming throng the Mars Hill Mountain Lion found Presby- 
terians very tough foes. Welch, Dorsey, Wells starred, 

Belmont-Abbev 
In a very closely fought game P. J. C. led by Dorsey, Welch, Sasseen, Wells, Wicker 
and Nisbet, nosed out the Catholics from Belmont 14 to 12. 

Brevard 
Sorely handicapped by injuries, the Scots led by Capt. Wells, who made second All 
State team closed the season losing to Brevard 2(i to 0. 




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NAMES OF MEN IN SQUAD 

First /;.ii/-; Welch. Wilsun ICaiiliiint. Hellei-kson 

.Str.iiirf B..I/-. Murphy. Etisrertnn. E. B.. Carr. Dalrynipie 

Third Uiiir: Reid. Croniartie. Ni-;het 

Futirlli Koir: 'Willtanis {Mamifji'r), HoIIaday ^C<^n^}|^. Veach iAssisUmi Mamigpr) 



Basketball 



With three letter men cf the preceding year reporting at the beginning of the season. 
Coach Holladay had a strong nucleus around which to build his team. Captain Wilson 
at forward. Carr at center. Murphy at forward together with Edgerton a reser\e from 
the previous year, Welch, Reid, Dalrymple, Nisbet. Helleckson and Cromartie formed 
the rest of the squad. 

The squad was weakened during the season by an epidemic of influenza. The team 
was not so successful in the lost and won column. Howevei, wins were recorded over: 
Lumberton all stars, Louisburg and Stedman all stars. The team ne.\t year headed by 
captain-elect Welch is looking forward to a good season. 



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First i:.tir: Cjin-. Ko-srr. Mnnnu'. M't'lK. T.;!!-,,!! 
Svnjiid limv Sules (Assislrnit M,nift'/,r) . !''fi i fiii" {Cuart,). .liukMiii { Miinnijrr) 



Boxing 



H.indic.ippeJ by tlie loss of Captain-clctt Olschner, and other stcll.ir performers 
from last year. Coach Ferrene was faced by a very heavy schedule and only a few, inex- 
perienced men. 

Only one boxini; engagement was filled, however. The other matches had to be can- 
celled because of sickness, and the loss of Captain Huff. 

The team met with the Hampden-Sidney varsity, and although we were defeated, 
our fighters gave a good account of themselves. Wells, Monroe, and Pcarsall won their 
bouts, the final score being 5-.^. 

The meets which had to be cancelled were with P. C. freshmen. University of S. C. 
fresfimen. University of N. C. freshmen, and Oak Ridge. The team next year will be cap- 
tained by Monroe, and the prospects arc much brighter. 



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Firsf Rotr: Reid. Haire. Sassecn. Kettler. Monroe. Clieek 

Seconil R'»r: Ilmlse. WelK Gulhrie. Fisler (Cnptahi). Key (Coarli), Alhisu. Hellecksoii. FuikK*! Imrk. Bucot 

Thiifl Ron-: Snipes (.l/ojifff/cr). Fiiircloth, Eclgrertnn. McBiyde. Bnnvii. Wilson. I'atf. Tlminasson. 

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Baseball 



With only two letter men returning, Optiiin Fisler on 3rJ and S.isseen on 1st, 
the Scots under the able coaching of E. L. Key turned out a highly successful team. 
Besides the veterans the team was composed of Haire at second. Funderburk at short- 
stop, Albisu behind the plate, Reid, Kettler Helleckson in the outfield and Brown, 
Hodge, Cheek, Monroe and Wells on the mound, with Albisu, Reid and Brown 
standing out. 

Wins were counted over Laurinburg and Maxton Highs, Textile, Mars Hill. 
Oak Ridge, Boiling Springs, Louisburg, BelmontAbbey, Brevard and Campbell 
thus affording P. J. C. the best record of any team during the year. 



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/■■,..s( l:„ir: Wells, S.. lunier. Wifker tVciiUiim. Tv«<iii. SiTisk'tiiiy 

Si';,tiil Uinr: Lous. Rosser. N'isljft, (jiir. C. .1. 

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Track 



Although track was instituted as a part of our athletic program last year, Coach 
Holl.iday was again faced this year with green and inadec^uate material. With no 
lettermen at all and only three men with any previous experience, the track pros- 
pects were indeed gloomy. However, he developed a fairly well-balanced aggregation, 
and although the team did not come out on top, it gave a very good account of itself 
against three much stronger foes. 

Meets were held with Davidson Frosh, Hampden-Sidncy, and Emory & Henry 
varsities, Nisbet led the team in scoring with a total of thirty-nine points, followed 
by Captain Wicker and Wells with 1 1 and 9 points, lespectivcly. 



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Tennis 

This young sport of P. |. C. like many of the other athletics here suffered woe- 
fully from hick of m.iteri.il. Wingate was the only match won, while Louisburg was 
tied. 

Stansel was seeded number I, Lennon number 2, Carney number 3, Wells num- 
ber 4. Gonzalez number "i, Stixrud number 6. Indications now point to a good season 
next year. 




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