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STUDENT INJEWSPAPIIR 'oF /V\OA;rK£A~-AWDERSON COLLEGE
VOL. I, NO. 1 "First the blade,then the ear,then the full corn shall appear." pEC, 15, 19 72
BALL CLUB FALL
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Last night the Moncreat Cavaliers travelled through clouds
and rain to meet defeat at the hands of the Lees-McRae Bobcats,
Soon after the game's start.
a series of turnovers, bad
breaks, cut the Cavaliers' en
thusiasm. Lees-McRae control
led the balance of the fall,
blocking from inside and keep
ing the Montreat Cavaliers
away from the basket. The
Bobcats pushed hard in a
(charged offense led by
high scorer, Ctiaduaria.
the end of the first
Montreat was behind, 22
During the second half.
Cavaliers worked hard and out-
scored Lees-McRae, but they
were not able to make up the
deficit. The scoring was
CCont. p. 2)
their
At
half,
- 36.
the
udLuce loAAorrow
- JIhe clack of typewriters-
and hum of exam-time study
will be interupted tomorrow
night by music from another
sphere, as the College pre
sents the annual Christmas
dance.
The dance will be held at
Assembly Inn from 8-12 P.M.
Bandit, a boogie-rock group
which will perform, has played
melodies from such artists' as
Beatles and Chuck Berry all
over the South.
Robert Jones, director of
Student Activities, has sever
al guidelines to be followed
by students at the dance:"l)no
roaming aromd the halls of A-
ssembly Inn. Students will be
asked to leave if they are
caught in the halls^ upstairs,
2) do not throw cigarettes on
the floors——a student commit
tee has to clean up after the
dance. Remember we are guests
of the Inn. 3)Guests will not
be charged. 4)Dress is infor
mal; come as you are. 5) The
dance hours are from 8-12.
The people at Assembly Inn
have been extremely nice to
us; let's do our best to hold
up our image." That is,, our
personal conduct as well as
our music.
Bandit has recently played
at Asheville and at Lees-McRae
Junior College.
NEWS PAPER ~
A JSTEVT ISSUE
This first issue of The
is an introductory
issue which has been published
to make the students aware of
the reality of the student
newspaper; beginning next sem
ester will be larger issues on
the same format as this issue.
Copies of each newspaper edi
tion will be available, free
of charge, to all resident-
or day-students of Montreat-
Anderson College; these copies
will be available in Gaither
and in the cafeteria at lunch
time on the day of publication.
Each issue will include arti
cles about school functions
and special events, human in
terest features concerning
students and faculty members,
which directly affect M-A C
students, and complete cover
age of all sports events.
A SHOT AT THE TITLE
Here is your chance to be
come involved. The newspaper
staff is sponsoring a school
wide contest to find the
cleverest name for this stu
dent newspaper. There are no
restrictive guidelines to se
lecting the winning name. We
are looking for a clever,
witty name, possibly one which
has something to do with Mon
treat.
Ail resident and day-stu
dents of Montreat - Anderson
College are eligible to enter.
The contest deadline is Jan
uary 12, 19 73, and the winners
will be announced in the Feb-
uary issue, which will include
the new name. A five-doliar
prize will be awarded to the
winning student.
All entries should be
given to the faculty secretary
in Gaither Hall to be placed
in the newspaper box.
If there is a special an
nouncement or news item that
you would like to see printed
(Cone, p. 2)
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PPESIDENT VAUGHN—
CHRISTMAS GREETING
Congratulations to Student
Government and to all of you
that have been active in dorm
itory meetings, clubs, and
student activities at large
for a good fall semester at
M-A C.
I am proud that a student
newspaper is in the making. I
encourage it , as a formal and
informal avenue of communicat
ing facts and honest views a-
bout student life and con
cerns that may Involve many of
you of the college community.
As a newcomer I have tried
to make myself available to
you in many wfiys and at dif
ferent times. As an adminis
trator I hope this will con-
tinue. _ I want to know you and
have you know me. "Rap Ses
sions" can be good if they are
honest and sincere. We can un
cover many mutual concerns.
My accessibility should never
be taken as trying to under
mine student government or to
subvert student affairs. It is
my suggestion that you discuss
with your student leaders , the
student personnel staff, the
faculty and all other officers
(Cont. p. 2)
COLLINS LEAVES
FOR ANEW Post
Dr. Ray Collins has been
offered a position on the
staff of J. Sargent Reynolds
Community College in Richmond,
Virginia; J. Sargent Reynolds
Community College is a new
school which will open in the
fall of 1973. He has accented
this offer and will leave Mon
treat after this semester. Dr.
Collin's official position
will be that of Division Chair
man of Health Technologies,
When asked why he is leav
ing Montreat he replies , "The
offer of this challenging nosi'-
cion was too much to turn
dora.For some time I've-wanted
a position similar to this,"
(Cont, p. 2)
    

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