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Serving the Elon College Community
October 10, 1991
■ The deadline for anyone
interested in donating books to
the American Friendship Project
is Friday. Spare books can be
dropped off in Carlton 217.
■ On Saturday, Sigma Phi I
Epsilon is sponsoring a dance
marathon at the Sig Ep House.
The cost is $5.00 per couple. The |
action begins at 6 p.m.
■ On Tuesday, the Alamance
County Chapter of the American
Red Cross will be on campus
sponsoring a blood drive in
Jordan Gym. The blood drive]
runs from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Two years ago: The Easl I
Campus Apartments opened with
the start of the 1989-90 school |
Seventeen years ago:
Noted consumer advocate, Ralph I
Nadar spoke at Elon on October |
Eleven years ago: Elon's I
football team finished the 1980
season with a 13-1-1 record. The
squad was ranked number one in
the NAIA polls.
449 years ago: Christopher |
Columbus arrived in the present-
day Bahamas and took possession
of the "New World."
■ Have fun and help the I
Elon Homes for Children. Check |
out the story on page 5.
■ DWl arrest down this I
semester. See the story on page|
■ The volleyball team I
continues winning. Check out|
the story on page 9.
■ Six athletes inducted into I
the Elon Hall of Fame. Check]
out the story on page 12.
Editorials Page 21
Commentary Page 3 f
Comics Page 111
Cultural Connection Page 7 f
Parents came from as far away
as London, California, Hawaii and
to participate in this year’s Parents
The events began on Friday
with the Parent/Child Golf
Tournament. Thirty-nine teams
participated in the tournament
which was held at Quarry Hills
Country Club. Jerry and Jay Buiice
shot 71 to win the Men’s Division
while Keith Walker and Keith Jr.
shot 74 to finish in second place.
Brodie and Jennifer Rudd shot 77
to win the Women's Division.
Richard and Terry Knowles
finished in second place.
Jim Bush, assistant director of
parent relations said that the
number of visiting parents on
campus was not available. He did
say that 600 people were fed at
Parents and students enjoy lunch Under the Oaks during Parents Weekend.
Matt Dols/The Pendulum
Saturday's buffet lunch while more Our goal for this weekend was contributing factor to our success,
than 450 people were fed at to get parents on campus to visit it could not have been any better."
Saturday’s dinner. He went on to with their children, their friends. On Saturday, the schedule was
say that Friday evening's Chicago professors and talk with student full of picnics, parent-professor
City Limits show sold out in three advisors," Bush said. "We were meetings, a football game and the
days. lucky, the weather was a Fall Feast.
Missing in actional
If you were waiting to read
The Pendulum last Friday, you
probably had to wait a lot longer
than usual. Thursday, Oct. 3,
almost 2,600 papers were stolen
from distribution racks.
There has been speculation as
to why they were stolen.
However, no one really knows
where they are or why they were
taken. According to Dean of
Student Affairs Ron Klepcyk, "It’s
a continuing investigation and the
papers have not been found."
Murray Glenn, the managing
editor of The Pendulum was with
one of the distributors before the
theft occurred. Glenn said that
2,600 papers are usually delivered
to the different racks; 1,300 to
Long Student Center and 1,300 to
the Fine Arts Center.
Glenn and the distributor said
that they spotted someone near the
Long Student Center distribution
rack around 4:30 p.m. They
continued to organize the papers
despite the fact that a guy was
standing there watching them.
Sec Pendulums, Page 8 Empty Pendulum rack in Long.
As far as Angel Herlihy
knows, she will be back at Elon
for winter semester.
She said she really hasn’t had
enough time to think about it.
According to an October 8
article in the Burlington Times-
News, Herlihy was made an offer
to return to Elon for the fall
semester after Elon College police
chief Dan Ingle raised the
See Herlihy, Page 8