North Carolina Newspapers

    Vol. 2, N:. 9
Montreat-Andsrson Collegs
February 1966
Led by leading scorer Dan
Rabon, with a 19,3 average,
the Cavaliers made the Mitchell
Collegs quintet’s first visit
to Montreat a fatal one as the
host team rolled to a 77-6U
win, Rabon took scoring honors
for the night as he burned the
nets for 21; points,
Tr.e victory enabled the Ca
valiers to tie the record for
the most wins in a season, A
victory over Kings College, in
their last game, will give the
1965-66 team the record,
Mitchell looked as though '
they were going to spoil Mon
treat's last home game, for
they quickly went ahead, 5-0,
But the Cavlaiers, still lick- ,|
ing their wounds from the
heart-breaking, 83-81;, loss at
Mitchell, roared back behind
the shooting of Rabon, Russell
Shealy, and Mike Clark tcforge
into the lead.
With Mitchell ahead 29-20
and 8sl;5 Isft in the first
half, the Cavaliers again came
from behind and regained the
The lead see-sawed back and
forth until Rabon hit a lay-up
that put Montreat ahead 1;2-1;1
at the half. The Cavaliers
never were behind again.
Starting the second half.
Montreat went ahead by nine,
50-l;l, Then fo'.'ls began to
See SPORTS, Fag Three
HEAR YEl HEAR YE! Students
of Montreat-Anderson College,
On Saturday afternoon of March
5, two buses will be going to
Greenville, South Carolina to
Miss Wilson and Mr. and Mrs,
Andrews will be accompanying
the students.
Photo by Dave Garb^)
Montreat-Anderson has been
continually striving to attain
recognition as a college which
is on "the ball." fnis year
as it has for several years
past, the History department
is sponsoring an Honor History
Program, offering qualified
college freshmen and sophomores
See HONORS, Page Four

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