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December 3, 1987
Vol. 26 Number 6
A St. Andrews Presbyterian College Student Publication
^ Volleyball Benefit
Raises over $1000
Those who attended the benefit
volleyball tournament Nov. 21 claim it as
being the largest crowd to fill Harris Courts
in recent memory. Promotion directors
estimated that well over 700 students,
faculty, and local townspeople gathered to
support the worthy cause.
The event raised over $1,000 for
the Southeastern Family Violence Center.
Its branch office is located in Laurinburg. A
contact point at the center, Director Anne
Doolen, was “elated” at the turnout which
supported the center not only financially
through ticket sales and proceeds, but also
in valuable public awareness.
The center, located in Lumberton,
North Carolina, is home to victims of
domestic violence. It houses abused
women and children, providing a shelter
for them as a place to stay in time of need.
A marketing class at St. Andrews
conceived and initiated the idea of a volley
ball tournament as a benefit fundraiser for
the center. St. Andrews students com
pletely organized and operated the event.
Director of the event, James C. Rollen said,
“Operations went smoothly despite the
learning process of organizing this event.”
The winner of the benefit’s title
game was the Southwood Supply Com
pany. They faced the 1987 DIAC season
champion Lady Knights volleyball team
from St. Andrews, who rolled in the first
eleven points of the match unanswered. In
all, just two games sealed the title victory
for Southwood Supply.
The event began with a face-off
between four squads from St. Andrews and
the communitbyey. A student team de
feated a faculty team, both from the col
lege, in first round action. As well, South
wood Supply Company outlasted Johnson
Brothers ConsU-uction Company. South
wood Supply then defeated the student
team to reach the finals for the match
against the Lady Knights, who received a
bye into the finals. All teams with the
exception of the Lady Knights consisted of
four men and two women.
Halftime activities kept the crowd
in gear during several breaks with a special
pre-Christmas performance firom the St.
Andrews Chorale. Santa Claus arrived (via
a red-suited, Grey Brewington) to deliver
goodies. Domino’s Pizza provided free
Ten members of both the St.
Andrews and Laurinburg communities
received awards. These included: Mark
Powell, Nathan Gibson, Carl and Margaret
Bennett, Bill Scott, Clarence Tapp, Peggy
Floyd, Mel Bringle, Sybil Sikes, Anne
Doolen, and Joann Williams.
Symphony Gives Free Concert Saturday
Residents of Scotland County
and students of St. Andrews are being
presented with a Christmas gift in the form
of a free concert by the North Carolina
Symphony. The concert, which will be
performedonDecemberS at7:30pm on the
Hams Courts at St. Andrews, is being
given in honor of James and Morris Mor
gan, who have been generous contributors
lo the symphony for several years. St.
Andrews is opening the concert to the
community to thank the residents for their
support of the college. “This is our Christ-
•nas present to the Laurinburg area commu-
■'■ly, stated St. Andrews President A. P.
Perkinson, Jr., ‘The community has sup
ported us and made all our lives easier
through the years. This concert and the
reception to follow are small tokens of the
appreciation we feel for the relationship we
The symphony, with Jackson
Purkhurst conducting, will perform a va
riety of classical and seasonal pieces.
Among those which will be performed are
pieces by Franz von Suppe, Piotr Ilyich
Tchaikosky, George Bizet, Gian Carlo
Menotti, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ser
gei Prokofiev, and Ixroy Anderson. There
will also be a Christmas Carol Sing-A-
Long, which will feature such popular
favorites as ‘The First Noel” and “Deck
The Halls.” Following the performance
Instrumental in success of volleyball benefit: l-r Ann Leist-White, Anne Dollen, Jim
Rollen, Maggie Johnson, Carolyn Bishop-McLeod.
The temporary transformer out
side Granville will continue to be that
dorm’s power source as long as a dispute
remains unsettled between St. Andrews
and the McCarter Electric company of
The new transformer blew dur
ing the 90 day limited warranty, but
McCarter Electric personnel charge that
the repairs they have performed are not
covered by the terms of bye warranty.
They will not return the transformer until
the bill of several thousand dollars i s paid.
Finding a permanent transformer
for Granville is on the agenda of college
purchasingagentHarvieJordan. He said he
is taking “atfirmative action” to obtain
the transformer, which may include involv-
itig ib.e school attorney.
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