North Carolina Newspapers

    October 15, 1987
Vol.26.Number 3
A St. Andrews Presbyterian College Student Publication
St. Andrews Defeats UNC-G
By Meg Anderson
After an action-
packed hour and fifteen
minutes, the Lady Knights .
volleyball team rumbled
past UNC-G to claim the
number one position in
the Dixie Conference.
"The whole team did
exceptionally well,"
beamed coach Jo Ann
Williams. "They were
aggressive and took the
game to the other team.
Our hitting was right on
and we returned the ball
with incredible accuray."
The match against
UNC-G was one that was
long anticipated. The
women's team was second
in the conference because
of a loss to them early
in the season, and that
same loss also denied
them a position in the
national standings, in
which UNC-G was
"Because of tonight's
victory, we are now
number one in the con
ference and we may well
be in the national stand
ings now," explained
Coach Williams.
The match began with
the Knights winning games
one and two 15-9 and 15-8
with what looked like
relative ease. The crowd
began to relax and enjoy
the match until the third
game when the women fell
to UNC-G 12-15. The in
tensity level was high in
the fourth game, St. An
drews fighting for a vic
tory and Greensboro
fighting for a tie which
would bring on game num
ber five. After ten min
utes of scoreless volley,
Lisa Stafford spiked the
ball for the first point
of the game and there
began the end for UNC-G.
"The women played to
their full potential to
night. The other side
never had a chance after
that first point. They
looked like this was game
number one, not game
four—they were that
revved up," one spectator
■' ‘X
Laura Biagioli Prepares To Strike
statistics lend who completed 14 out of
20 for a .650 and Lon
Stroud who conpleted 20
out of 28 for a .536.
Leading the sets was Tina
Cheek with 22 assists out
of 41 tries giving her a
.536 percentage, followed
by Diana Jones who com-
conlinued on page 8
truth to that statement.
On the attack side of
things, Margaret Fuller
made good 8 out of 10
attempts at a kill, end
ing with an average of
.800. Right behind her
(as far as the niambers
go) were Kristi Kluegel
Consul General Opens German Week
by Communications & Marketing
A speech from the
Consul General of the Fe
deral Republic of Ger
many, Alexander von
Schmeling will kick off
German Week here on Sun
Von Schmeling has
held various appointments
in West Germany's foreign
service over the last 30
years. Von Schmeling, a
lawyer-statesperson v^o
attended the universities
of Kiel and Bonn in West
Germany, has served in
Belgi\jm, India, Malaysia,
Portugal, Italy and in
the Embassy in Washing
ton, D.C., and now At
lanta .
His speech, at 8 p.m.
in Avinger Auditorium,
begins the week of events
designed to promote in
ternational relations by
presenting the many fa
cets of German life to
St. Andrews students and
residents of Southeastern
North Carolina. A mini-
Oktoberfest concludes the
week on the following Sa
turday, Oct. 24. "St.
Andrews has always had a
commitment to
international awareness,
said German Week co-chair
Margaret "Pinny" Geffert.
"This fall our focus is
upon Germany and the
close ties this nation
and this state have with
that country."
Mrs. Geffert and her
husband Carl, a professor
of German at St. Andrews,
organized the events of
the week to show every
facet of life in Germany.
Beginning with Von
Schmeling's talk, St. m
drews should ^
with "gemeutlichkeit ,
roughly tr^slated
mean "congeniality.
on Monday, "Der Blaue
Engel," a 1930 German mo-
continued on pag‘
Violence Awareness Week Planned
By Elizabeth Ross
How can St. Andrews
Presbyterian College become
more aware of the problems
of date rape, rape, incest,
physical abuse, and overall
violence in relationships?
Anne Leist-White, a senior
philosophy major, and
Maggie Johnson, a junior
psychology major have
coordinated a week, October
25-28, that will help
people at St. Andrews
Presbyterian College become
more aware of the on-going
struggle to fight
relationship violence and
the fact that it can happen
to anyone, v^ether they
live on a small college
caitpus or in a large city.
Leist-White is
currently an intern at the
Southeastern Family
Violence Center in
Lumberton, N.C. Johnson
worked as an intern there
this summer.
On Svinday, October 25,
Vespers service will
incorporate a litany
focusing on relationship
violence. A week long art
show sponsored by the Art
continued on page 4
Drug Debate
page 5
John Blue Fest
page 6
Student Rights?
page 9
"Deadly Game
page 10

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