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PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT BODY OF ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, LAURINBURG, N. C.
VOL. 12- No. 4
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972
19 SA Seniws Elected To 72-73 Who’s-Who
by maeshall gravely
Nineteen seniors have been
to the 1972-73 Who’S
£ among American colleges
5 universities, it was re-
iy announced. The elections
Se made by sophomores, ]u-
iors, and seniors, and con
st eration was based on aca-
Lic excellence and service
* the student body in extra
curricular areas. The 'line-
teen wUl be listed in the na
tional directory of Who’s Who
and this honor will be men
tioned after each one’s name
at graduation ceremonies. A
list of the selecticms follows.
SID ATKINSON— a biology
major from Richmond, Vir
ginia, Sid has been a Sophomore
Honors Scholar, sophomore re
presentative to the Judicial
Board, Chairman of the Orien
tation Committee, and a mem
ber of the Soccer and Track
teams.
DAV© BEALE — a native
of Greenville, B.C., David is
majoring in English. He was
President of Mecklenburg
Dorm last year and a member
of the Senate.
JAY BENDER - A History
major from PollocksvUle, NC.,
Jay has been recipient of Var-
dell and Sophomore Honors
Scholarship, Student Body
Treasurer, Manager - Statis
tician of the Basketball team,
a tutor-assistant in the
History Department.
JOANNE FOIL — From Mt.
Pleasant, N.C., Joanne is ma
joring in politics and psycho
logy and is Attorney General of
the Student Association. She
has also been a suite leader,
a member of Women’s Resi
dence Court, a Peace Corps
tutor, a Politics Dept. Assis
tant, a Valedictorian Scholar,
and a member of the campus
Women’s Liberation groiq).
JANIE McLAWHORN FOUKE
A biology and chemistry ma
jor from Ayden, N.C., Janie is
a member of the Educational
Policies Committee and has
been active in the College
Christian Council and WSAP.
KAREN KENNEDY — editor
of the Lamp and Shield for the
last two years, Karen is a po
litics major from Chamblee,
Ga., and has also been active
in the campus Women’s Libera
tion group.
LINDA LOGAN — AcUve in
the Highland Players, Linda
has also been in the College
Choir and was a Sophomore
Honors Scholar. She is a Dra
ma and Psychology major from
Fairfax City, Va.
JOHN RHOJERICK — from
Towson, Md., John is majoring
biology and has been selected
to All-Conference. All-Dis
trict, and All-South Honors
in Soccer.
PAT KERR — from Kinston,
N.C., Pat is a music major
and has been active in the
College Choir and was a So
phomore Honors Scholar.
HEWrrT GEHRES - From
Mt Vernon, Ohio, Hewitt is
majoring in biology and is
Chairman of the Judicial Board.
He has also been a member of
the Student-Faculty Appellate
Board and the soccer team.
Laurie ewart bowden -
Active in the Peace Corps as
Co-Ordinator of Tutors and
President, Laurie is a psycho-
ogy major from Thomasville,
Georgia.
RON HAYDEN-Presldent of
the College Union Board, Ca
ptain and Most Valuable Player
in track, and member of the
Men’s Residence Court are a-
mong Ron’s activities. He is
from Winston-Salem, N.C. and
Is majoring
ANNETTE LAUBER — a
Spanish major from Seatord,
Del., she has been a Sopho
more Honors scholar, a mem
ber of the Health and Reha
bilitation Services Advisory
Council and the Calendar Com
mittee, and is active in the SA
Wheelie Club.
REX McGUINN—an English
and Religion-PhUosophy ma
jor from Anniston, Ala., Rex
has been a Sophomore Honors
Scholar, a member of the Men’s
Residence Court and the Peace
Corps, and a C&C tutor.
JEFF NEILL—Editor of the
Lance for 2 years, co-editor
of the Lamp and Shield, a mem
ber of EPC, the Judicial Board,
and the Publications Board, Jeff
is a politics and history major
from Laurinburg, N.C.
TERRI RIDDLE—an English
major from Sanford, N. C.,
Terri has been a member of
the Chorale, the Peace Corps,
and the Honor Society.
LARRY STREET — from
Charlotte, N.C., Larry is a
religion-philosophy major and
has been a student Instructor
in freshman C&C for two years
MILES WEAVER — Presi
dent of the Student Associa
tion, Miles has also been Presi
dent at the Senate and a mem
ber of the basketball and soccer
teams. He is a psychology ma
jor from Darlington, S.C.
St. Andrews’ University President
To Speak At Oct. 26th Convocation
X vr ^ months from its resoi
by dr. CHARLES JOYNER
HUGH HELM-from Ctoai-
tanooga, Tenn., Hu^ w^ ^
English major active in
Highland Players who gadu-
ated this summer He is now
on-campus producing ^
about SA for the admissions
department.
The town of St. Andrews has
Ijeen a place of character and
distinction since the sixth cen
tury when it was a stronghold
of the Pictish Kings and con
tained an influential monastery
of the Celtic Church. In the
eighth century it t>ecame the
focus of the national cult of
St Andrew and from shortl^y
alter A.D. 900 the seat of the
most important Scottish bis
hopric, raised to the di^xty
of an archbishopric in 147^
and thus ranked alongside Can-
turbury in importance in Bri-
Earlier work in higher educa
tion resulted in the establish
ment of . the University in 1411
and the charter ofthe Universi^
of St. Andrews was confirmed
in 1413 by Pope Benedict XIII.
For centuries the most im-
portant university in Scotland,
its coastland location kept it
in touch with all the vital move
ments on the European con
tinent, so much so that one of
its colleges, the CoUege of
St. Leonard founded in 1512,
became popularly identified
with the Lutheran Reformation
to the point that a sixteenth
century cliche to refer to a
Scottish adherent of the
“Lutheran heresy” was: “Yee
have drunken of Sanct Leonard’s
well.”
Today St. Andrews stands as
one of, if not the last of the
medieval university towns.
During term it draws its live
lihood from its international
reputation and position in edu
cation, and during the vacation
months from its resort facili
ties with much of this emphasis
on the local Royal and Ancient
Golf Club, the international cap
ital of this game. With a popu
lation of just ten thousand it
has the facilities of a much
larger place. As a university
city, in particular, it has quali
ties of intimacy and charm that
make it unique in Britain.
J, Steven Watson, Principal
(President) of Scotland’s his
toric University of St. Andrews,
will be the guest of St. Andrews
Presbyterian College at a gen
eral convocation Thursday
evening, October 26.
Watson, a native of the bor-
dering English county of
Northumberland, came to the
Presidency of St. Andrews af
ter a distinguished c^eer as
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