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The Panthers in Tennis ' • in ritilit i ...I. li rVilial Ho|i| > H.i K.H.. Inn. II. Doug Karim r ' irlil, Ruil Frarer, Bill 01«r, Frank Wisres Carlos Horcasitas. NOUTII STATE CONFERENCE CH VMPIONS The High Poinl College Tennis Team has led ihe North State Conference since ii- origin. This j- somewhat oj ,i record. For no other college in ill- ' conference has so completely dominated one [•port. fhe Panther tennis. squad began .1 new era in 1951 when Mike Rcyes-Varela and Carlos Horca- -11. 1- entered High Poinl College. Varela has held ' ' " ' number one position until last year when he " • ' - farced 1- retire because oi illness. Carlos then iiiuk over .mil In! the Panthers in the number one position in tin- North Si, iir Conference. Dave Enipler and Rudy Fraizer have been stalwarts in the Panther lineup, liill Kiln and Bobhj Dyer proved in be ol great value in the team also. This yeai Varela returned in the lineup along with • ' newcomer. incenl Leong, I lie defending champion Panthers have gone .1 Inn- u;i toward bringing prestige in the lli:_li Poinl lollege campus. 96
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Jayvee Action It ' s action from the HPC-Elon Jr. Varsit > af- fair as the Bab) Panthers rack up one ol their 27 victories. The HPC team grabbed an earl) lead and broke the game open in the last few minutes wiih blistering speed to win going awaj 78-67. In the photo at ill ' - rigbl. ken lilaek ean be M-en flip- ping two points through the cords as Elon attempts in vain lo break tin- play up. I m I I SCORES I HI! Illl. Sr -i > N II. IM . II.IM ' )} ll.l ' .C. 65 II.IM (,(, ll.l ' .C. II II.IM. 83 II.IM ■»:: II.IM . -,:: II.IM.. • > ' . II.IM.. 67 II IM . 51 II.IM . )4 II.IM . . ... ti(l II.IM . 65 II.IM . " , i ll.l ' .C II.IM II. I ' .i:. ... , " .•, II.IM . .... (,i II.IM " i II IM 0() -o II.IM . . , II.IM II.IM , > I.....I inpatf Glen Moll Si Pheiffpi 201 h Enginepi ' s DuPoni Duke K li ' iiiim ( .ini|,l ' i ' ll T.k.K. ( arolina I- 1 slinipn Kannauoli? *! Guilford I.V. I ll " lll,l- illc I ll up. ' . in- i harlnlte Collpge ' ibell i " II., Thoniasville Mi i atawba I.V. Hargrop Mililai v Tli " in. i- i Hi • Mi I ' li.-illi ' i |i|.;il;i > In. in I A . I Ion I.V. I largrow- Mililai > II..., J.V. I - ' noii -Rh up I 7 ' ) I " (.1 To 38 ;;; 71 56 Mil 56 6 " 15 81 ,,•) 80 1 1 (.7 65 52 7 " 51 67 62 85 i,;; 95
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MiTlll i; PASCHA1 . HPC DIRECTOR OJ VTHLETICS rihiir Paschal came to High Poinl College in 1948. He is now serving his seventh year as athletic director here al HPC, Mr. Paschal re- ceived his B.S. degree [roin Northeastern State in Oklahoma. He earned lii- M.S. degree from Okla- homa l M. Paschal taught .ii Oklahoma M for one j ea r. Since he has been athletic directoi .ii HPC. the intramural program has grown with leaps and hounds. i the present time the intramurals pla ;i major pari in tlie athletic program, thanks to Mr. Paschal ' s earnest endeavor. Intramural Athletics at High Point College The intramural athletic program mi the campus ol High Point College seems to he growing yearh liiilh in 1 1 n - i in ii 1 1 > •*■ " lli.il | > . 1 1 1 i ■ ■ i | > . 1 1 ■ .mil in 1 1 1 - ~l > iiil that i- created l > its ven presence. i die present time, the intramural program consists of foothall. basketball, volleyball and soft- liall. These four sports enable the majon ' tj " I the students i > participate during the year in one sport ui the other. Football action saw seven teams battling it out for the championship: the same uumbei made an effort for the volleyball title. I ' hc hardwood r i season sav nine tea rib offer theii basketball abili- f i « - — in the cause and eigh! teams answered the call tin softball teams. frophies are awarded I • » the winners and run- ners-up in .ill sports b the athletic department. Tin- yea t - program -.*» .ill entries giving it their best in del cat as well ,i- in ieton which was one cause l " i .i - 1 1 • t — ! 1 1 1 -ci-hm m intra mural athletics. Intramural alhletii - at III ' * lu- final h reached an unprei eilenled Icu4. I). '
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