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    Schedule of
Events — P. 1
Inauguration Issue
Dedicated To
Dr. A. C. Moore
VOL. I, No. 13
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, LAURINBURG, N. C.
APRIL 3. 1962
Dr. Ansley C. Moore
Dr. G. C. While To Deliver
Principle Address Thursday
Dr. Groodrich Ck)ok White,
Chancellor of EJmory Universi
ty, will be the principle speak
er Thursday, April 12, for the
Inauguration of Ansley Moore,
who will be instcilled as the first
President of St. Andrews Pres
byterian College.
Dr. White will keynote the se
ries of events leading to the
installment of Dr. Moore. The
events will include luncheons;
a Symposium; Christianity, Cul
ture, and the Twenty-First Cen
tury; as well as the inaugura
tion.
Dr. White was born Nov. 13,
1889 in the small town of Griff-
rin, Georgia. He completed his
undergraduate program at Em
ory University located in Ox
ford, Georgia. After receiving
his M.A. degree from Columbia
University and his Ph.D. from
the University of Ciiicago, Dr.
White went on to obtain an
LL.D., Litt.D. HH.D and an
m.D.
Dr. White began his educa
tional career as a Professor of
English at Kentucky Wesleyan
College. Continuing his studies
he became Professor of Psy
chology and Education at Wes
leyan College in Macon; Pro
fessor of Mental and Moral Sci
ence, Emory University; associ
ate professor of Psychology,
professor of psychology and
Dean of the College of Arts and
Sciences at Emory. Later he
became Dean of the Graduate
School; Vice President; Presi
dent and since 1957 has served
as Chancellor ol Emory Uni
versity.
Dr. White’s list of academic
accomplishments are carried ov
er into the field of organiza
tional achievements. Dr. White
has served as: President, Unit
ed 'Chapters Phi Beta Kappa;
President, Assc. Georgia Col
leges; President, Conference
Academic Deans of Southern
States; Director Southern Bell
Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
and numerous others.
Inaugural Schedule
Mar. 26-Apr. 18 Art Ex
hibit — Paintings of the
Southland, Student Center
Tues., Apr. 3 Air Force
Recruiting Group, Student
Center
Departmental Clubs.
Wed., Apr. 4 Spring Recess
begins after 12:00 noon
Tues., Apr. 10 St. Andrews
vs. Pembroke, Baseball. 3:00,
licgion Field, Laurinburg
Wed., Apr. 11 Classes re
sume
Inaugural Program
Thurs., Apr. 12 Mid-Semes
ter grades due
Inaugural Program
Fri., Apri. 13 Duplicate
Bridge Club, 7:30-10:30, Fac
ulty Dining Room
Sat., Apr. 14 Founders Day
St. Andrews vs. Carolina
W e sleyan. Baseball, 3:00,
there
Departmental Clubs
Films on art 6:30-7:30 p.
m., 8:00-9:00, LA Aud.
To Be Inaugurated President
Varied Inaugural
Events Planned
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DR. ANSLEY CUNNINGHAM MOORE
First SAC President Is A
Native Of Atlanta, Georgia
Dr. Ansley C. Moore was
born in Atlanta, Georgia in
1903. In 1929 he married Mar
garet Haynie; they have two
children, Margaret Ansley and
Sally, who are both married.
Dr. Moore received his Bach
elor of Philosophy Degree from
Emory University and his Bach
elor of Divinity Degree from
Columbia Theological Seminary.
He did graduate work at the
University of Chicago Divinity
School, Union Theological Sem-
nary of Richmond, Virginia,
and Union Theological Semin
ary of New York. He received
fihe Doctor of Divinity honorary
degree from Southwestem-at-
Memphis in 1944.
He has held pastorates in
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and
in the Sixth United Presbyteri
an Church of Pittsburgh, Penn
sylvania. He has served in the
•I
:
the following church positions:
the midnight minister of a
Pittsburgh radio station; a col
umnist for the Pittsburgh Suii-
Telegraph; a former member of
the Board at Trustees of Agnes
Scott College, Huskingum Col
lege, and Columbia Theological
Seminary; associate editor for
Presbyterian Outlook; an ex-
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Dr. Ansley Cuiminghani
Moore will be inaugurated as
President of St. Andrews Pres
byterian College in special cere
monies here April 11 and 12.
The inauguration ceremonies,
which will climax our first year
of operation, will begin on April
11 at 10:00 a.m. with an alumni
meeting in the music conserva
tory, followed by a noon alumni
luncheon and registration. The
high spot of the day wUl be a
symposium o n “OhristiEmity,
Culture and the 21st Century”
in the C & C auditorium at 2
p.m., led by Dr. Waldo Beach
of Duke University, Dr. Ruth
Eckert of the University of
Minnesota, Dr. Ldndsey Hobbs
of St. Andrews, and Dr. Frontis
Johnston of Davidson. To close
the day’s activities, there will
be a concert by the choral
_ groups of the college at the
National Guard Armory that
evening.
The inauguration of President
Moore will take place at 10:00
p.m. on April 12, in front of
the Student Center. The inau
guration speaker will be Chan
cellor Goodrich C. White of Em
ory University at Atlanta. Pro
cessional music for the occas
ion will be an original number
composed by Dr. Charles Var-
dell, Jr. of St. Andrews faculty.
Dr. Moore comes to St An
drews from Pittsburgh, Penna.
where he served wdth distinc
tion as pastor of the Sixth Unit
ed Presbyteriain Church.
4 College Professors To
Be Featured In Symposium
DB. GOODRICH C. WHITE
DR. WALDO BEACH
“Christianity, Culture and the
Twenty-First Century” is the
theme of the Symposium to be
presented during the first day
of inaugural activities, April 11,
from 2-4 p.m. in the Liberal
Arts Auditorium.
Dr. David B. Honvk, professor
of sociology at St. Andrews,
will introduce the program par
ticipants. An introductory state
ment will also be offered by
Dr, Frontis W. Johnston, sym
posium moderator and dean of
the faculty at Davidson Col
lege.
Panelists for the event in
clude Dr. Lindsey N. Hobbs,
head of the natural science de
partment at St. Andrews, who
will speak on ‘‘The Liberal Arts
College and the Problem of
Planning for the Future;” Dr.
Ruth E. Eckert, professor of
higher education at the Univer
sity of Minnesota, "Short —
and Long — Range Goals for
the Christian College;” and Dr.
Waldo Beach, professor Christ
ian’Ethics at Duke, “Integrat
ed Studies — A Valid Concept
for Today?”
Students are invited to at
tend this inauguration event.
Loud speakers will be set up
to accommodate the expected
overflow of people who will
have to listen to the program
from outside the auditorium.
DR. FRONTIS JOHNSTO:
    

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