jBSDAY, dec. 2, 1971
What Sort of Man Reads THE LANCE?
In every issue of a popular magazine
there appears a picture of a well-dressed,
attractive gentleman under which there Is
the caption, “What Sort of ManReadsPLAY
BOY?” We are amused when we think of the
sort of man The Lance would have to typify
if svrch an advertisement were run with the
caption, “What Sort of Man Reads The
More than likely the picture would have
to include the editor of the Lance and an
occasional faculty fiice.
The question is pertinent, however. Who
really does read The Lance? Maybe another
question is appropriate here. Why should any
one bother to read The Lance?
With every issue of the St. Andrews “of
ficial student publication,” there is a great
abundance of newspapers blowing across the
campus. These newspapers are usually free
of attachment to any student’s hand, floating
freely about the bushes, trash cans and other
How many St, Andrews students actually
consider their newpaper relevant to student
life — how many read the editorials or any
thing but the front page headlines and pictures?
We are not critizing the student body for
their apparent disregard for and disinterest
in The Lance. The staff of this paper rea
lizes the failure of the newspaper to interest
the majority ofthe St. Andrews reading public.
Each Lance that is published will cover
those issues of relevance to the campus, com
menting upon those issues with opinions de
rived from the st^, and whenever differing
views arise, these too, will be printed.
The Lance is not publishedto fill mail boxes
on Thursday afternoons. It is printed to ref!'■''■t
the voice of the student body. Read it and
respond — there are issues of importance
here in Laurinburg (believe it or not) and who
knows, the kind of man who reads Playlwy.
may just as well read another media of rele
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eceive two awards; publlca-
Ln of 300 copies of author’s
Manuscripts by OUvant Press
r.copies to be sent to major
leviewers and placed on sale
Ibout the campus and state—
llus 50 copies to author In lieu
Final entries in this St, An-
rews-Cairn magazine Seniors
jeries competition includes:
The Next Person: Selected
^oems and a Story by John
There’s Been No Christ In
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1 unable to discuss the items
id issues that came before
lem for consideration. The
iling of responsibility of all
it four or five senators to
scuss issues during meetings
riously handicapped the Se-
|iate’s ability to be a creative
1 Mr. Breckinridge said he felt
frustrated by the apparent.
J)athy of the Senate and felt
If It did not cease, and If the
nate did not take H)on them
selves the responsibilities of
leir position, then he would be
[compelled to resign, Mr.
ireckinridge stated he did not
ow precisely when or if he
'ould turn In his resignation.
The mecuug closed after Dick
rust suggested that each Sena-
r, before Introducing an Item,
lould do adequate research.
Zero Population Growth is
|tarting a workshop this Satur-
ay at 10 p.m. for the purpose
building Purple Martin
'Houses. It is the hope of
^PG that by building these bird
use. Purple Martins, which
on mosquitos, will be at
tract ed to this campus and
erefore keep the mosquito
■pulation under control. With
e mosquito population being
“Pt under ccratrol the need for
e trucks that come around
raying Insecticide during the
spring and fall would be
iminated. Those interested
"e encouraged to contact Wal-
r Thompson at ext, 257,
Dark (selected poems) by Steve
I Never Received A Warn
ing (poems) by Ames Arnold
Three Days In The Life Of
(poems) by Charles Mehrling
Money Bank & Spare Parts
(fiction) by David Mills
Carpe Diem (fiction) by Roger
The Pig and Other Stories by
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