ANDREWS PRESBYTERIA.N COLLEGE
LAURINBURG, N. C., OCTOBER 1, 1966
VOL. 6, NO. 4
[uition Fees Afforded To
tising Cost Of Education
,Xhe Administration of St.
rirews is seeking to provide an
lucatlonal opportunity at thelow-
it possible costs which will afford
eh quaUty instruction and com-
rtable student facilities”, says
I, Silas Vaughn.
The rising cost of tuition and
es cover only part of the in-
hctional and operating cost of
le coUege. The difference bet-
.en student cost and c«)eratlng
St is must be met by coUege
!orae, that is from endowments
lurch contributions, and gifts
otn friends of the college.
Ust year the business office ap-
oximated the cost of living for an
erage student on campus to be
ound the figure $250. Under in-
lence from the Ford Foundation,
was decided to establish a guar-
teed fee which would be effec-
le for four years, realizing how-
er, that some supplement from
lier sources would have to be
ised to cover the student’s total
III. Massey To
[Appointment of the Rev. William
Massey of Laurel Hillasassis-
nt director of admissions for St.
drews Presbyterian College was
lounced recently by President
sley C. Moore.
|Now pastor of the Church in
Pines (Presbyterian) at Laurel
1, Rev. Mr. Massey has worked
Ith St. Andrews students during
four-year pastorate, both in
church’s program and oncam-
>s. He has also been involved in
presbytery’s camps and con-
|In his new post he willbe assist-
Rober W. Decker, dean of ad-
llssions, in counseling prospec-
A graduate of Duke University,
lieRev. Mr. Massey took the mas-
er of forestry degree there In 1951
ad then served four years as a
ival aviator. He took his
khelor of divinity degree from
Inion Theological Seminary in
[ichraond , Va., and his first pas-
Drate was at Cross Roads Pres
lyterian Church at Mebane.
cost. At the same time, although
tuition would be raised, no one
would be refused admittance on a
In the past five years, the tui
tion for an Incoming freshmen
has risen more than 75%. The stu
dent Is Informed that his money
is divided Into catagorles of tui
tion, room, and board.
In a recent survey of salaries
paid to professors, St, Andrews
obtained a drafting. This is an ap
provement over previous E and F
ratings received by our school.”
“It Is the school’s alms to double
the now present salaries within
the next ten years,” says Mr.
Mr. Vaughn also stated that the
main cause of the constantly rising
tuition may be directed towards the
attainment of a more stable and
academically sound faculty.
New Blue Scholarship
The John Blue Scholarship Fund,
aimed at helping students with
leadership ability, Is a $30,000
fund being given by John Blue,
Laurlnburg Manufacturer whose
farm machinery company Is now
based In Huntsville, Ala.
President Moore noted that this
Is the third large gift made to St.
Andrews by the Laurlnburg-Hunts-
REV. W. E. MASSEY
c , „ 1„ rKht are John Ptalt, Ann. Dcster, Bob Bercaw, Lynn Fogle, and MllcheU. This
lUVafattracUon o. .he Highland Players, -The Bo, Frlen..
Parents^ Registration Opens
Full Day Campus Activities
At least 500 parents are ex
pected on campus tomorrow to
participate In the annual Parent’s
The all-day event will be pre
ceded this evening by the first
meeting of the St, Andrews Al
umni Council and by the last per
formance of “The Boy Friend”
for which tickets are still avail
able, All tickets for tomorrow’s
performance were sold last week.
Saturday’s activities will get
underway with registration of par
ents from 9:00-10:00 a. m. in the
main lounge of the Student Center.
At 10:15 a. m., a dialogue dis
cussion with Dr. W. D. White
and Rev. Robert F. Davenport will
be conducted In the liberal arts
auditorium. A questlon-and-ans-
Kent’s Day Ends Player’s Production
^emale Tragedy Now In Making
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wer period for parents will be
a feature of this program. Floor
microphones will be provided to
facilitate the asking of questions.
Students who do not have par
ents attending will be given box
lunches at 11:30 a. m. They
are asked to eat on the west
side of the lake. From there
they will be able to watch the
boat races, beginning at 12 noon.
Bleachers for parents and their
students will be available on chapel
Luncheon for visiting parents
and the student members of their
families wUl be served In the ca
feteria at 1:15 p.m. Seating wlU be
in the main lounge of the Student
In the main dining room, alcove,
snaek bar, and main lounge of the
Student Center. Over 800 persons
are expected to attend this lun
Remote speakers will be placed
In all rooms to carry the pro-
The Highland Players’first pro-
luctlon of the season The Boy
Friend opened Tuesday night to
thoroughly delighted audience.
Tonight and tomorrow night
nany-^. Andrews parents will be
peated to this charming «jnusical
(spoof of the 20’s.
. Now for a change of pace, the
iHlghland Players will begin work
Ion their second production. The
jHouse of Bernarda Alba, a tragedy
% Frederlco Garcia Lorca.
Set In a small Spanish village,
this play deals wlthflve girls whose
search for love and freedom is
iSessed by their domineering
"'wuts for Alba will be held
Monday at 7:00 in the lab theatre,
for this production since a realis
tic set will be used.
Mr. McDonald was very pleased
with the number of new faces In
Boy Friend, both as actors and as
crew members. He said he hopes
new students, and those who have
not worked with the Highland Play
ers before, will participate in
™s play will be the first pro
duction of the Highland Players
St. Andrews new drama professor.
The Student Life Committee
In Its most recent meeting de
cided to adopt the policy of
Inlatlng Ideas as well as ser
ving In the capacity of making
recommendations to student
The Student Life Committee
will review any policies that
they feel need investigation con
cerning the student’s role in
gram which wiU follow the lun
cheon. Dean Robert F. Davidson
will preside, and Dr. Joe N. Da
vis, Jr., Parents’ Day chairman,
will present a questionnaire. Dr.
David Is the father of sophomore
The annual bike race sponsored
by Kings Mountain dorm will be
held Saturday afternoon.
Our soccer team will play Pfeif
fer College at 2:00 p. m. on th«
main athletic field.
Faculty advisors will be avail
able for consultation with parents
in the main lounge of the Student
Center at 2:30 p. m.
The concluding event of the day
will be the final performance of
“The Boy Friend” at 8:00 p. m.
In the liberal arts auditorium.
Ten members of the St. An
drews chapter of the Kiwanls Key
Club will serve as couriers and
guides during the day’s events.
Manning registration tables will
be staff members of the develop
ment and alumni office.
The meeting of the Alumni Coun
cil will begin tonight at 6:30 p. m..
In the small dining room of the
Student Center. Miss Peggy Shinn,
president, will preside.
The council will hear a report
by the chairman of the annual
giving committee. Dr. Darius Flln—
Cham. He will present a chall
enge opportunity that has been
made available for the St. An
drews alumni annual giving cam