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4 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, February 18. 1931
Public srvice announcements must b turned in at the box ootsde the DTH offices in the Caroiina Union
fcy 1 p m. if they a. to run the nent day Each item will be run at least twice.
Vxkmt will prtscnl a free introductory panel enlilied
"t-Vkinkitr. A Wa Beyond Krinearnalion." Come at 8
p.m. in 206 Union. .
Brief, but important, meeting of the UNC Cycling Club
will beheld al 7 p.m. in the upstairs lobby of the Campus Y.
I lie imtm budget will be discussed and dun collected. Bring
Morrison Action Committee meeting al 9:30 p.m. in 'he
Social Lounge. Come all.
Peopte'n Coalition for Social Justice (formerly Rally 'for
Justice) will meet at 8:30 p.m. in room 202 of the Carolina
The I'NC Pre-Law Club will meet at 4 p.m. in 207 of the
Union. The speaker, UNCs dean of admissions for the Law
School, will be Linn Gerbcr. Please attend.
Dr. tssiab M. Weaon to speak on "Minority Rights
the I niersi(y Campus at 7:30 in 100 Hamilton.
The UNC fUcqneibatl Club will have courts available
from 7-9 p.m. in Woollen Gym. AH interested persons are
encouraged to attend.
The Global tones Committee of the Campus Y will meet
at 3 p.m. in room 206 of the Y Building.
Alt conservatives are invited to join Young Americans for
Freedom at 8:30 p.m. in 204 of the Union.
There will be a Folklore Society meeting at 3:30 p.m. on
second floor of ihe Greenlaw Hall Lounge. x.
AB geography majors "Geog" on down to the meeting
at 3:30 Saunders 201 . Very important.
, Attention Black Seniors.. .let's get together and talk.
Organizational meeting for class project. All are welcome to
come share your ideas or just listen at 7 p.m. in 232
Minorities la Mass Media will hold an important meeting
in the lounge of 8th floor James dorm. Please plan to attend
and bring a friend at 7 p.m..
There will be an Alpha Chi Sigma meeting at 6:30 in
V enable 221. This is a called meeting. .
Ansieo Corpora tioa will present a film to all industrial
relations majors at 7:30 p.m. in room 151 Hamilton.
Refreshments will be served.
Interested in a career-related summer job? Attend the
orientation meeting to learn about the Pre-carecr l:perience
Program. It is important to attend now, because deadlines
for jobs and internships are coining up" soon! Meet at noon
in 104 Gardner.
Back by popular demand: the exciting motion picture
"The Crow and the Switchblade." It will be shown al 7 p.m.
in the U Ballroom at the Carolina Inn. Admission is free and
all are welcome. - -
Senior t'tas Committee will meet al 4:1) p.m. at the
Union. Please bring money from boxes.
The Carolina Indian Circle is sponsoring a special pro
gram for Robeson County high school students at 7:30 p.m.
in room 107 Berryhill and all arc invited. ,
There will be a BSU council meeting at 6 p.m. at the Bap
tist Campus Ministry in Battle House.
A Bible study on Proverbs will be held at 9 p.m. at the
Baptist Campus Ministry in Battle House.
The UNC Ski Club wilt meet at 7:30 p.m. in 101 Greenlaw.
Everyone is invited to come hear about our Spring Break trip
to Sugarbush, Vt.
PRACTICE INTERVIEW sessions with a counselor will
be held from 10 a.m. to noon and 2-4 p.m. Call or drop in
(211 Hanes Hall) to make an appointment for a one-hour
session, 933-6507. Sessions include videotaping and critique
of a practice interview.
The second part of the L'CF rap session will be held at 7
p.m. in Upendo. Come on out and voice concerns and pro
blems. Put in your advice to help others.
Did you know about the AO-Campos Weekly Prayer
' Meeting that gathers every Wednesday at noon to pray for
this campus for a half hour? Check Union desk for the room
The UNC Sailing Club will have a meeting at 7 p.m. in
.Greenlaw 431. Weekend sailing plans will be discussed.
Everyone is invited.
CHEC will meet in the F.P. Graham Lounge. Come alone
or bring a friend at 3:30 p.m. in the Union Thursday.
Patricia WrisFagea of the Institute for Policy Studies,
Washington. iJ.C, will speak on "Dissent I'nder Auihori
taruiit Kult". I.alin America's Southern Core." Sponsored rv
the II AS and ihe Office of International Programs. Meet al
3:30 p.m. in Carroll Thursday.
Americans for Common Sense oraaniaiiortitl mee!"g.
Thursday at 7 p.m. 'in Gardner 209. AH paid members m.1
vole on offices for 'HI year and the CorMiiuikn...a!l othtr
AB newly elected Campus Governing Council representa
tives; There will be an orientation meeting Thursday al 6:30
p.m. in Gardner 09. Please attend o receive important infor
nialion. Ihe Association of Business Students will meet al 3:30
p.m. Thursday in T-l New Carroll. Mr. Blockwell will be the
guest speaker. He will speak on real estate. All members and
imeresied students and professors are inviled.
French Fable 4 p.m. Thursday at Papagayo's l ounge.
Come spctk French with fellow Francophiles.
The UNC CTiess Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in
ITEMS OF INTERF.ST
Juatsita Krep will be speaking at the Campus Y Dinner
Discussion this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Dr. Leutze's home.
Come by the Campus Y to sign up.
As pan of the CAC sponsored by ILAS and the Office of
international Programs Dr. Villagian-kraner. former vice
president of Guatemala, will speak on "Outstanding
Economic and Social Problems of Guatemala" al 3:30 p.m.
Mondav in T-2 Carroll. .
Women's Health Counseling Service offers free counsel
ing; and support services, information and referrals on
women's health and pregnancy-related issues by volunteer
peer counselors. WHCS gives pregnancy screening for $1
and confidentiality is respected. We're located in the
Women's Center at 406 W. Rosemary in Chapel Hill. Call
968-4646 and ask for counselor's schedule, then make an ap
pointment or drop by. Or call "Helpline" at 929-0479 for
the 24-hour backup service which will relay your message to
WHCS. WHCS is a community service funded by Orange
County, United Fund and the Town of Chapel Hill.
For those who need to be reminded.. .The History of Man
ned Spaceflight Film series presents two NASA films on the .
Gemini Program. AH are welcome at 6:45 p.m. Thursday in.
247 Phillips Hall.
The UNC Sailing Club 'will have a Sailing and
Maintenance afternoon from 1-3 Friday at the boathouse on
University Lake. Skipper's exams will be available. .
Applications for membership in the Order of Ihe BeB
Tower may be picked up at the Union desk or at the Alumni
House, completed applications must be turned in by 3 p.m.
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Ordinary People, received a nomination for
best actress. Others named for best actress
are Ellen Burstyn for her role as a faith healer
in Resurrection, Goldie Hawn for her part as
a greenhorn who joins the Army in Private
Benjamin, Gena Rowlands who plays a thug
in Gloria and Sissy Spacek for her portrayal
of Loretta Lynn in Coal Miner's Daughter.
Jason Robards, a previous winner as
supporting actor for All the President's Men
and Julia, collected his third nomination as
supporting actor for his robust portrayal. of
Howard Hughes in Melvin and Howard.
Others nominated in this category are first
time nominees: Judd. Hirsch for his part as
the sensitive psychiatrist in Ordinary People,
Timothy Hutton for his portrayal of the
mixed-up son in Ordinary People, Joe Pesci
for his role as Jake LaMotta's brother in
Raging Bull and Michael O'Keefe for his part
as the mixed-up son in The Great Santini.
The nominees for best supporting actress
were ail first-timers. Stage veteran Eve La
Galiienne was . nominated for her role in
Resurrection, .Eileen Drennan for Private
Benjamin, Cathy Moriarty for Raging Bull,
Diana Scarwid for Inside Move and Mary
Steenburgen for Melvin and Howard.
Roman Polanski won his third nomination
for best director with the French
made Tess. Other directors were First
time nominees: David Lynch for The
Elephant Man, Robert Redford for Ordinary
People, Martin Scorcese for Raging Bull and
Richard Bush fqr The Stunt Man.
Nominees for best song actually included
some hummable tunes for a change Willie
Nelson's "On the Road. Again" from
Honeysuckle Rose, Dolly Parton's "Nine to
five" from the film of the same name,
"People Alone" from The Competition and
the title theme and "Out Here On My Own"
Dy COD ROYALTY
Religion, even in this secular age, has
'retained volatile power. John Piebneier's
Agnes of God, the new Playmakers Rep
. ertory Company production, demonstrates
how powerful religious themes can be
when placed in' a well-crafted dramatic
The play is awe-inspiring, thrilling, in
citeful and potent, touching our emotions
and intellects as it analyzes the relation
ship between the two.
Agnes is a simple nun of about 20
years of age. Four months before the
action of the play begins she gives birth
to a child after keeping her pregnane)
secret. The baby is found strangled in a
Dr. Martha Livingstone is a psychia
trist assigned by the court to determine
Agnes' sanity and the Cause of the death.
Mother Miriam Ruth, the mother superior
of the convent, challenges Livingstone's
methods with Agnes.
The play's central theme is belief. Dr.
Livingstone believes in the human mind;
the mind is her god. Mother Miriam be
lieves in God, the Catholic Church and a
healthy degree of intellect and humor.
Agnes possesses a simple faith and inno
cence which sets her apart from everyone
else in the drama.
Dr. Livingstone, ably played by Eliza
beth Franz, analyzes Agnes but opens
herself to us at the same time. She is the
narrator, snapping in and out of narra
tion with precision.
Pielmeier's dialogue grabs our attention
both through the drama of the action and .
some appreciated comic relief t Mother
Miriam is an ample comic figure at times;"
but her humor causes the character to lack
power in serious moments.
Jill Larson plays the tall, unattractive
Agnes well. She shows force when under
hypnosis she recreates the time of birth.
Later, Larson tears at our hearts with her
confession and breakdown.
Patricia Barnett as Mother Miriarri is
the most delightful of the play's char
acters. She is almost a stereotypical
mother superior: big, wryly humorous,
always wielding a cane.
And Elizabeth Franz as Dr. Living
stone reacts well with the audience. Her
role is the most demanding because she
has to change moods and tone so often.
Her final speech, ending the play, cap
tures our hearts and makes her the most
Director David Rotenberg is responsi
ble for the power of Agnes of God. He
has staged Pielmeier's gripping drama so
that we are thrilled by words, twists of
plot and movement of the characters.
Agnes of God is a play which will stay
with you for a long time. It asks poignant
questions which we must answer for our
selves. Atheist, agnostic, Christian and
humanist will surely be challenged by the
PRC's latest production.
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