Volume XXVII, Number 2
Who Will Get
By Cara Weiss
Student services encourages stu
dents to steal Cary Willcox is in charge
of this event, and encourages everyone
on canpus to participate. Before anyone
calls the police, this is a reference to a
new activity called Capture the Flag.
Students involved in this competi
tion will be divided into two teams. The
object of the game is to capture the
opposing team's flag. The team that
cptures their opponents' flag first wins.
Willcox said, "It's like a military
game. You can capture the other team's
people, andputthemin prison." Aplayer
and holds that player. The captured
player stays in prison until the mediator
comes over to release him or her. The
prison sentence may range from 1-10
Capture the Flag will take place on
Defeated by Lack
By Jennifer Moore
Fate was not on the Lady
Cavalier's side last evening. The
ladies traveled to Bluefield, VA to
defeat the Virginia volleyball team.
M-AC tried to hold up against the
Bluefield team, however, they were
unsuccessful. According to Coach
Chaplain, the ladies just did not play
The Lady Cav's made another
attempt for victory on September
11, when they challenged Lee Col
lege here at M-AC. The home court
advantage was not on their side. The
home team was defeated three games
in a row. Coach Chaplain stated,
"They were just a lot more experi
enced than us."
After a rough match with Lee,
the ladies turned right around and
took on Covenant College later in
the afternoon. Although the home
team fought hard and forced the
visitors to withstand five games in
which the teams rotated victories,
they were finally defeated in the
Students Minister to Needy Children
By Marcy Buckner
minister to needy children, by offering
a vespers program at the Presbyterian
Home for Children. This program will
held on Thursdays from 6:30-7:30pm.
All designed to share Christ, the
Vespers services ennploy a variety of
methods, such as teaching and rela
tional emphasis, to promote fun and
The primary objective of the
weekly service is to bring the reality
and love of Jesus Christ to bear in
each child's life. Kids respond well to
the services. Since the programs start
in January 1992, volunteers have
seen tremendous growth and true
dedication of lives to Christ
Andrew McCaskill remarks,
"The real key to this service is the
weekly commitment of the people who
come so they can build meaningful
relationships with the kids, and share
Christ in this context"
SCA Big Brother/Big Sister and
Montreat Presbyterian Church sponsor
the program. For more information,
contact Andrew McCaskill.
Saturday, September 18, at 8pm, in the
bottom of Belk Center. Players will
gatiierhereforinstruclions. Paula Johnson
will divide the campus into two teams.
Because the event will take place at
night, Jennifer(Bull) Stinnettexplained,
"People will be wearing neon necklaces.
One team will wear pink ones, and the
other team will wear green ones." Bull
anticipates a "wild night"
This competition will encourage
students to work together for a com
mon goal. Every student is urged to
participate. Refreshments will be served
after the activity to further motivate
Home Alone 2 Captures Campus’s Attention
By Cara Weiss
Montreal is taking the fi
nancial burden for recreation off of
students. Every Friday night, at 8:30
on the upper deck of Belk Center, a
different movie will be shown. Cary
Willcox, and the Student Activities
Committee have already chosen the
movies for the month of September.
Next month is baseball month, and
all the movies that will be shown will
pertain to baseball.
The movie being shown this
Friday will be Home Alone 2. It's
about a little boy, Kevin, being left
Even though the ladies have a
few more losses than wins, they are
looking for a good match with Clinch
Valley on September 20, here at
McAlister Gym. Coach Chaplain
feels that they have a good chance of
winning. He replied, "They are a good
bunch of kids, struggling with confi
dence. They just need something posi
tive to happen." Healso stated thattheie
was only one girl on Clinch Valley's team
who could prove to be a real threat,
because she hits exceptionally well.
home again during Christmas time.
He finds himself alone in New York.
The two shmucks, who tried to break
into his house in Home Alone, are
chasing him through New York.
Kevin keeps playing tricks on them,
which causes them lots of pain. But
they still keep after him. This movie
contains a lot of suspense, so it may
even hold the interests of Montreal
students with poor attention spans.
By Sean Anderson
Tired of nothing to do on
Friday night? Then come play
miniature golf in Asheville.
There will be a group leaving
at 8:00 on Sept. 17 to play
Putt-Putt. For those that don't
have transportation, there will
be a shuttle bus driving to
Asheville. The cost is free, but
bring money for other ex
penses, like food and games.
This promises to be an excit
ing trip even for those who
hate miniature golf.