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important to you? Send a submission for inclusion in
the November/December 2011 edition of The Lance at
Wanted: The Pipe Band is looking for student to fill
vacancies in the percussion section. No previous experi
ence necessary, but the ability to read music or a good
sense of rhythm are helpful. For further information,
contact Bill Caudill (email@example.com or 5236).
For Sale: Kristi Rogers is selling blue and v^rhite earrings
and bracelets. Necklaces can be made to order. Great
Christmas presents and cheap. Contact Kristi through
email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or at exts. 5559/5221.
For Sale: Baseball hats are for sale in the Baseball Office.
Fitted hats in royal and grey with the interlocking SA
on the front are available along with an adjustable camo
hat with KNIGHTS BASEBALL written on it. All hats
are $20 each.
For sale; $160,000.00+ home and asking $80,000.00.
Located between Laurinburg and Maxton. 2,500 sq. ft.
3 bedroom 2 bath brick/stone ranch. Eat-in kitchen
with pantry, master suite with walk-in closet, family
room with fireplace and plank floors, office, laundry
room, mud room with plumbing for 3rd bathroom,
one car attached garage and a 24ft by 48ft two car
detached garage with a recreation room. Also included
on the property is a 14ft by 56ft 3 bedroom 1 bath
mobile home with a detached 20ft by 24ft garage. Both
have separate utilities and septic, so can be used as
income property or guest house. All on one acre, com
pletely fenced and gated. Needs some work, but livable
so being sold as is. Contact by e-mail or phone at
email@example.com or 277-5329.
For Sale: MTD Chipper Shredder with a 6.5 Briggs &
Stratton engine. Can mulch leaves, grass trimmings and
twigs. Will chip small branches up to 3 inches. Only
used 4 times, cost $550 but asking $275- Contact by e-
mail or phone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 277-5329.
For Sale: Renee Jones has knitted scarves for sale. $12 -
$15 a piece. Stock available or you can place an order.
Email email@example.com or call ext. 5331.
Recap is here to fiU in the gaps. Here’s a bit of what you
may have missed since the last issue.
• Saturday, September 17: Regatta 2011 — Members of the
St. Andrews community continued a tradition, with
groups of four or more students building their own water
crafts, using them on the lake, and judging a competition
of who had the best watercraft. It was all in good fiin!
• Thursday, September 8, 2011: Great News about the
SAU Internet Connection — Computer services informed
the campus that beginning on September 13, the aging
internet connection would be upgraded from 20Mbps to
50Mbps. This is a welcome change!
• Thursday, September 1: First Open Mic of the Semester
— The writers forum continued its long tradition of wel
coming back students with an open mic, hosted by
Creative Writing major Patrick J. Doyle.
up-to-the-minute cram packed news column, for your
minute by minute cram packed schedule! Here’s some of
what’s buzzing on campus right now!
• ‘St. Android’ as Miss Ohio!: St. Andrews is proud to have
one of its own alumnus, Audrey Hayden of the class of
2011 recendy crowned as Miss Ohio! We’ll be rooting for
her all the way to the Miss America pageant!
• The Crucible: Preparations are underway for the St.
Andrews production of The Crucible. Showed it will be
November 10 through the 13th, and the 17th through the
• Yearbook photos: Photos were recendy taken for the 2012
edition of the Lamp and Shield, to be released in the
• Admissions Open House — November 19, 2011
• Thanksgiving Break — November 23 - 27, 2011
• Last Day of Academic Term — December 14, 2011
“Think Globally, Act Locally”