THE LANCE X^bent Honor Court Mem- Jrharles Yeargan is seeking ^Section to the Court, this time capacity of Senior Rep- ra^ntative. •Wles is a member of the tiincr team and the Letter- - Club. In high school he president of his Senior Class 2a^™l.erot.heBeta aub. chables yeabgan Robert Murphy, a music ma jor from Martinsville, Va., is seeking election to the Honor Court as a representative from the Junior Class. Robert is a Senator, a mem ber of tihe Winston-Salem Dorm Council, and a member of the Orientation Committee. He plays the French horn for the Florence Symphony Orchestra and the St. Andrews Orchestra. Sarah Yancey is seeking the position of Junior Class Honor Court representative. Sarah is presently holding membership on the Student Life Committee, the Special Events Committee, and the W. F. Council. She is President of the St. Andrews Debating Society and a member of the Orange Dormitory Coun cil. Outstanding among her high school activities are her service on the Student Council and 1 Preside-icy of the National Hi>n- 1 or Society. Sarah also receiv «'] several citizenship and leadci- ship awards from the Elkiou, V'a., school. been a memlber of the freshman executive committee. FRANCES BOUNOUS A candidate for Sophomore Honor Court Representative, Ca roline Clower is a Freshman from Chesterfield, S. C. In Mgh school Caroline was a Beta Qub member and served on the Student Council. She was Editor of the school paper and Subscription Editor of the an nual MIKE OWENS A mf'mber of Iho Orange )()i-mitory Council, Mike Owens i' campaigning for the post of [linior Class Honor Court Rep- Ijsentative. I^ke was elected “most likely lo succeed” by his high school graduating class. SAKAH YANCEY CHARLES VEITCH Mike Long, a rising Junior from Charlotte, is seeking elec tion as President of the St. An drews Chi'istian Council. He is the Orange Dorm representative to the Council this year, and al so serves as Treasurer of the Westminster FellowsMp. WhUe in high school, Mike was a member of the National Hon or Society. ROBERT MURPHY Fi'ances Bounous, candidate for sophomore representative to the Honor Court, is from Val- dese, N. C. and has been as ac tive her first semester at St. Andrews as she was in her home town. She is presently the fresh man representative on the Stu dent Life Committee and serves on the Campus Peace Corps. In high school she was in the Beta Club, the National Honor Society, Debating Club and FHA, and won the DAR Good Citizen Award for the state dis trict. CAROLINE CLOWER Charles Veitch is a rising sophomore from Winston-Salem, N. C. who is aspiring for the position of sophomore represen tative on the Honor Council. Charles played football in high school and is a member of the Key Club. This year he has 1 'nopposed Candidates ! Several candidates are run- ' ning without opposition in the March 1 election, but this fact does not automatically guaran- ^ tee them the offices which they i!i- seeking. In order to be elec- I t(-il, each of these candidates must receive 50% plus one of the total votes. In the event that y nominee fails to capture the required support, he will for feit the election by default. ELECTION SCHEDULE Mon., Feb. 25-lri., March 1 — Campaigns Fri., March 1— ELECTION DAY — Campaign material must be down by 10:00 p.m. Wed., March fc — Run-offs. Ill Laurinburg It’s BELK'S have your parents establish your I CHARGE ACCOUNT BY LETTER AT I BELK’S IN LAURINBURG! Shop icith Ease and Saving Madras Shirts Oxford Shirts Ribbon Trim Sweaters Madras Wrap-Around Skirts Oxford Skirts London Fog COME AND GET YOURS AT The McNeill Shop RESTAURANT Ro'.rte’lS & 401 Telephone CR 6.15.S1 PAGE THREE MIKE LONG “There But For The Grace Of God Go I” An interesting cartoon has been placed on the bulletin board of one of the cubbyholes where the professors’ offices are located. It Is not so unusual for cartoons to be found on these bulletin boards, for at times these little gems of humour are the only links between the world of the teachers and that of the students. This particular cartoon was taken from one of the Sunday comic sections entitled “B. C.” The situation of the cartoon is as follows: There is a large Green Worm orajwling across a vast plain. Suddenly, the worm stops and stares for some ibime at an object approaching from the distance. As the large Green Worm watches, a small Red Worm of some obviously lower species crawls by the Green Worm. The Green worm looks pathetically at the little worm and then turning toward the reader, with wisdom far beyond that of a mortal worm, he says “there but for the grace of God go I." The reader will either laugh or smile at the cleverness of the cartoonist. But, consider which wonm we, as students, repre sent. Naturally, we think of our selves as better than average. If the cartoon had continued, it would probably have shown the Green Worm crawling off in his ovra direction — perhaps nev er to encounter the small worm again. Yes, we students do rep resent the Green Worm. HORSE SENSE, TOO Lucky Louie, the yard hostler, says, “Horsepower was a lot safer when only horses had it!” Shop at ROSE’S 5-10-25c Store and Save Completely Modem and Self Service The Pine Acres Motel offers you and your guests the very best in accommo dations, services, reputation, and assures I'ou of our continuing efforts to make your stay here a most pleasant and re- ffeshing one. U.S. ROUTES 15 & 401 Greeting to the St. Andrews Smden^ Jfe wish you a happy and fruitful year and extend our cordial invitation to you to come out and see us at any time we may be of service. phone CR 6^1531 The PUie Acres Restaurant hivites you to make us your dining headquarters! The Pine Acres Restaurant has long been known for its excellently prepared and served meals, not only in the area, but throughout the nation wherever it’s sat isfied customers have traveled. See us for the finest in foods and at- niosphere. LAURINBURG, N. C.

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