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Wl. IE No. 2
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ANDREWS PRESBYTEBIAN €OLLBGE, lAUBINBUBO,
N. C.
Septemifeei^ 27, l96$
Jim Stedman, reporter for THE LANCE, talks with Mike
Morgan, newly appointed security officer for St. Andrews.
Security Officer
For St. Andrews
Mike Morgan is St. Andrew’s new security officer. A native
of Scotland county, Mr. Morgan was for ten years a member
of the Laurinburg police department.
Robert R. Davenport, Assistant
Dean of Students, expressed the
long felt need of a security of
ficer and concluded “I'm very
impressed with his attitude . . .
and I think he is going to fulfill
a real need.” Mike was selected
mainly through the efforts of Silas
Vaughan, business manager of the
college, and Herbert Hannah,,
campus engineer.
Mike made such a great impres-
ion on the administration that he
ow has a new 1963 Rambler in
■'hich he can make his rounds of
he campus. The students say that
his car can catch anything on
our wheels although Mike admits
hat this is a “slight’ exaggera-
ion. However, his new car doe;^
ontain, for emergencies, such
rticles as a battery cable, a
-gallon can of gas, and two
ables.
As his duties require that he
e subject to call 24 hours a day,
t will be necessary to install a
adio in his car; however, that
annot be completed for appro-
YRC Meets
The Saint Andrews Young Re-
ublicans club held their first
eeting of the new school year
n^ihe small dining room Mon-
^y night. Thirteen students were
resent for the dinner meeting.
Since the club is still in the
organizational stages, a club con
stitution, means of financing the
club, and the need for an advisor
were the main topics of discus
sion. Duck Carr, Jim Moore,
at Phifer, and Courtney Shives
were appointed tct formulate a
club constitution.
The next meeting of the club
will be 5:30 Monday afternoon in
e small dining room. All inter
ested students and faculty mem-
Ders are invited to attend.
Junior C & C
Program Deals in
Far Eastern Affairs
“The earth is no doubt the same
size as it was when man made his
first appearance upon it, but thr
ough miracles .of communication
and transportation modern man has
radically reduced his planet to a
very small world. What happens in
the little nation of Togoland in-
stantaniously affects nations on the
opposite side of the planet. Con
versely what happens in the West- -
ern hemisphere makes animme-i-
diate impact on the emerging na
tions of Africa and Asia. Two days
aTtei* the ■Littir’R0t5!r (episode hit
the headlines in American news
papers, a Congo chieftain one-
hundred miles from ‘civilization’ -
asked a Christian Missionary to-
‘explain’ why it happened. Isola- n
tion is impossible in our world
today.”
ture program for juniors was in
troduced to St. Andrews. Enroll
ment for the new course was heavy,
and included some seniors who
chose the course as an elective.
Miss Bryant rehearses with Lewis Hoy, accompanist f«v
her recital October 11.
Faculty Recital Scheduled
For October 11
Joyce M. Bryant, Assistant Pro
fessor of Music Education and
Flute, will present a flute re
cital on Oct. 11 at 8:00 p.m. in
the Liberal Arts auditorium.
Lewis H. Hoy, Assistant Pro
fessor of Piano, will accompany
her.
ximately another five weeks. Un
til then he can usually be reach
ed through the boiler room. A-
mong his numerous duties, there
will be regular night patrol of
some of the more popular “park
ing places” throughout the cam
pus. He wants to remind the stu
dents that his job is to help
them and to insure their safe
ty.
MENC Forms
The new 1963-64 officers of the
St, Andrews chapter of the Music
Educators National Conference
presided over the club’s first
meeting of the year, Tuesday,
Sept. 17. Joyce Menghi acts as
president, Mary Elizabeth Ricks
as vice-president, Mary Wallace
as secretary-treasurer, and
Barbara Love as corresponding
secretary. Professor Joyce Bry
ant acts as advisor to the or
ganization.
The MENC was first orga
nized on this campus through
the efforts of Miss Bryant, Last
year the organization served the
students through bi-weekly meet
ings. A comical skit was presen
ted in the Liberal Arts Audi
torium on concert ettiquette star
ring Professor John Williams as
the performing artist. Also, Ro
bert MacDonald, artist in resi
dence of last year’s faculty, gave
a program on the art of the
teacher.
The MENC plans to serve the
students this year through listen
ing sessions to familiarize stu
dents with “classical” music.
.i>lans are in the making for pro
curing performing artists, and
lecturers and exchange programs
with other schools of music are
being considered.
President Joyce Menghi wishes
to make it known that member
ship is open to all St. Andrews
students interested in music.
This is the first tiine that a -- I
junior Christianity and Culture rrOn^ VTrlinOn'F
program has been offered. Hown * ^TUliyriT
ever, the present junior class has
become familiar with the course
through their work with it during
their freshmen and sophomore
year here at St, Andrews, During
these two years the course in
cludes a study of the Hebraic and
Greek sources of our culture, the
Graeco-Roman culture, the High
Middle Ages, The Renaissance, and
the Age of Revolutions, The third
year program for the C. & C.
course includes a study of the his
tory, literature, religion, and phil
osophy of Africa and Asia,
The Junior C & C team, com
posed of Dr, Bennett,' Dr, Bull
ock, Mr, Chee, Mr. McLean, and
Mr. Solbmanj have been working
on the junior program for some
time. There will be thirty, seven
ty-five minute periods, with 12
sessions devoted to Africa, nine to
India, and seven to China and Ja
pan, Some attention in the course
will be given to the influence of
Christianity upon the non-Western
cultures as a result of the mis
sionary movement. During the se
cond semester developments that
have occured during the twentieth
cen will be focused upon.
Dr. Bennett says they feel through
this course that they are opening
a window on this very important
half of the world.
Visrtfi Andrews
Lillane Petit, a graduat of the
University of Paris, spent Thurs.
day visiting St, Andrews campus.
She was escorted around the
campus by John Campbell, who
is from Dillon, S,C., where
Liliane has spent the last eight
weeks,
Lilane is in the United States
participating in “An Experiment
in International Living” which
is sponsored by the Rotary Clubs.
The main purpose of Lillane's
visit to the U.S. Is to visit
American families and to learn
how they live.
Lillane was very impressed with
St. Andrews campus. She liked
the Student Center because it
reminded her of the French Quar
ter Latin which surrounds the
University of Paris, The students
spend their leisure time in the
cafes discussing national affairs,
school subjects and personal pro
blems,
Lillane plans toreturjitoParls
today after two months in the U.S.
' The program will include: So
nata in A minor, Op,l. No.4,
by G. F. Handel; i Sonata for
flute and piano by L. van Bee
thoven; Night Soliloquy by K. Ken-
nan; and Jota by G. S. de Roxlo.
The flutist will also perform
from Carmen, Entr’acte from Act
III, by G. Bizet; March of the
Jolly Fellows by H. Gagnebin; and
Nocturne et Allegre Scherzando
by P. Gaubert,
Miss Bryant holds the Bachelor
of Science degree in Education
from Ohio University, and the
Master of Music Education de
gree from Florida State Univer
sity. She joined the Conservatory
faculty of Flora MacDonald in
1954 and has been with St. An
drews since its opening. Pre
sently she is engaged by the
Florence (S. C.) and Fayette
ville Symphony Orchestras.
Miss Bryant has studied with
Joseph Mariano, master teacher
at the Eastman School of Music,
in Rochester, N. Y. She has play
ed under such well known conduc
tors as Howard Hanson of the
Eastman School of Music, Wil
liam Revelli of the University
of Michigan, and Thor Johnson,
conductor of the Chicago Little
Symphony,
She played for the Convention
of the Southern Division of the
Music Educators National Con
ference in 1960.
Public Speaking
Class To Meet
The first meeting of the
Public Speaking class will be
held on Monday, October 7,
at 6:39 p.m. in the small
dining room.
fSee related story p. 2.)
Liiiane Pent (o.). visitin?^ student from the Universitv
of
*“aris, is interviewed by Pat Hall, reporter for I’HE L.\i\( t,.
With Miss l*e(il is .Tolin f'ainpbsll, who estorlfd her
around St. Andrews campus.
    

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