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    Nineteen Seniors Honored By Who’s Who
CRAIG BARTON: major Eng
lish; Attorney General; Deputa
tion Team; Chairman, Judici
ary Board; Graduation Com
mittee; Student Life Commit
tee; Cabinet; Committee for the
Implementation ofthe Code; Ho
nor Society, vice president; Ju
diciary Committee.
DENNY DODSON: major-soclo-
logy; Captain, wrestling team;
President, secretary, Civltan
Club; Men’s Intramural Sports
Council, President; suite lead
er, Meek,
WILBURN HAYDEN: major-
soclology/anthropology; Presi
dent, Student Association;
WSAP; Cabinet; President,
Orange, 1969-70; Senate; Fa
culty Executive Committee; Gun
Club.
CHARLIE PRATT: major-
mathematics; chairman. Stu
dent - Faculty Appellate Board;
Elections Board; Associate edi
tor, LANCE; Quill and Scroll;
suite leader, KM.
JANE CLINE: major-drama;
suite leader, Albemarle; dor
mitory secretary; choreogra
phy for “YOUR OWN THING";
Executive Council, Highland
Players.
TONY FERNANDEZ:major-
modern languages; President,
vice-president Meek;Presi
dent, Civltan Club; Senate; Stu
dent Life Committee
HOSEA JONES: major-history;
President, Winston-Salem; Se
nate; Library committee; Book
store Committee; Chairman,
Men’s Residence Court.
JOHN ROPER: maJor-history;
vice chairman. Judiciary
Board; Elections Board.
Nineteen seniors have been
Included in this year’s selection
for inclusion in Who’s Who A-
mong Students in American Col
leges and Universities repre
senting St. Andrews.
H. Pettus Randall announced
earlier this week that “this
honor is conferred annually
upon outstanding student lead
ers from approximately 1,000
colleges and universities In the
United States, In selecting can
didates, campus nominating
committees are Instructed to
choose those students whose
academic standing, service to
the community, leadership in
extracurricular activities, and
future potential are decidedly
above average.”
Pictured here are the nine
teen honored seniors from St.
Andrews along with a summary
of their activities during the
past two years.
MAC CROSSWELL: major
mathematics; vice-president,
Student Association, 1969-70;
President, Senate, 1969-70;
Student Life Committee; Cabi
net; Farrago; Handlxx)k Com
mittee, chairman; Committee
for the Selection of the Dean of
College.
TOM KIP: major-economics;
President, KM; Senate; Ameri
can Markklng Association; Gun
Club; Judicial Committee.
BANKS GARRISON: major-
Amerlcan Studies; President,
College Christian Council (2
years); Cabinet.
LUCY SCOTT: major-religion/
philosophy; College Union
Board; Winter Term Commit
tee; Junior Year at St Andrews,
Scotland;
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SARA LEE: maJor-American
Studies; Editor, LANCE; vice-
president, Wilmington, 1969-
70; Progressive Coalition;
Handbook Committee, Chair
woman; Honor Society; Educa
tional Policy Committee; Wo
men’s Liberation; Senate; Quill
and Scroll, president, (2 years).
RICK SKUTCH:maJor-busi-
ness; President, College Union
Board (2 years); Bowling team.
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RANDY WELLFORD: major-
Engllsh; Elections Board; soc
cer team.
TODD DAVIS: maJor-English;
Progressive Coalition; CAIRN;
Student Life Committee; SDS;
Student poet-in-residence.
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CRAIG HANNAS: maJor-Eng-
Ush; Soccer, captain. All-
America; iMsketball, AU-Con-
ierence. All South.
SALLY NEIL: major-nistory;
vice-president, Concord, 1969-
70; Senate; Judiciary Board;
Elections Board.
LOUIS SWANSON: major-poll-
tics; Faculty Executive Com
mittee; Chairman, Men’s Resi
dence Court; suite leader, KM;
Orientation Committee.
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cniDFNT BODY OF CT ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE
OFiTCIALPyBUCATI^^ T.ATmiNBURG. N. C. THURSDA^
THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1970
VOL. 10. No. 8
Registration Procedures Announced
^ STMS will be happy to lei
John Craig, Registrar, an-
■wunced today new proc^ures
to be used for spring term
registration.
All students will be listed
by their Social Security num
bers to insure accuracy and
more efficient registration.
Each student should check his
card for registration for the
proper Social Security num
ber. Students who do not have
a number should check by the
Registrar’s Office for applica
tion forms.
A new class schedule has
been set up by a faculty com-
mitee to be used on a trl^
basis during spring term. Its
purpose is maximum effec
tive use of classroom space
while allowing different types
of classes to meet for dl^
ferent lengths of time. Most
classes will meet on a Mon-
^y.Wednesday-Frldayor
Tuesday-Thursday basis.
Students who are in J^w
c&c and who are also taking
STMS wlU be happy to learn
that a special section of Junior
C&c has been set up only for
those who have a conflict with
STMS.
Craig also announced tnai
proposals for Independent study
during the spring term should
be received by the division
chairman no later than Decem-
1
Re^stratlon will begin Tues
day, November 17 and end Fri
day, November 20. Students wUl
pick up their cards from ad
visors.
I
henry D. AIKEN
Aiken Visits
Campus
Dr. Henry D. Aiken, Goldman
Professor of Philosophy and
History of Ideas at Brandels
University, is on campus today
as another in the Piedmont
University Center’s visiting
lecturers series.
Dr. Aiken, an authority in
aesthetics, ethics and value the
ory, is the author of many
well-known works In the field
of philosophy. Including “Thus
Spake Zarathustra,” "Philo-
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