North Carolina Newspapers

    Vole 2, Wo. 11
Montreat, North Carolina
March 26, 1966
DRAMATIST,RUSSIAN PLAY
TO BE HE RE APRIL 5TH
It was announced this week
by Mr, ''^irgil Sturgill, pro
fessor cf Drama, that Miss An
gela Mulgrav, an Allen High
School student, would be pre
sented '■■ere on April 5* Miss
I'fulgrav will present two minies ,
"The Bird" and "Man .at the Ta
ble." Described by Mr. St'ur-
gill as "a most graceful young
lady" her execution of -this
early form of drama should
provide a very pleasantevening
for Montreat-Andersonstudents,
Immediately following Miss
Mulgrav's performance three
Montreat-Andersonstudents will
present the Russian rolav "A
Marriage Proposal." MarkSteil,
playing the part of the elderly
and pompous old Russian, Ste
phan Stepanovick Chubukov,
finds that his daughter, Na
talia (Arlene Motney) is being
courted by an extremely ner
vous lover, Ivan Vassilevich
Lomov (Gary Brewer.) This
extremely hilarious farce will
have no admission charge.
FI PST MEEJSCHEDULEd
The track team has beenwork*
ing out for the last three weeks,
in preparation for their first
meet with lees-McRae Junior
College on April 16th. The
main obstacle that will
hurt the team will be the lack
of depth,
(See TRACK, page four)
CINEMA SOCIETYAYNOUNCES
SPRING ■ FLIC KG
NEWS BRIEFS
The Appalachian program
sponsored by the faculty- li -
brary committee will begin
Thursday, March 3I with a cha
pel address by Mr, Per ley Ayer,
Executive Director, Council of
Southern Mountains.
Tomorrow night, March 27,
the philharmonic choir from
Morris Harvey College will
present a program of choral
music here in Gaither Chapel at
7*30 p.m. All students are
urged to attend.
March 29 will begin the
first actual College Day at
Montreat-Andersonin many years.
This year’s program will have
representatives from over 3O
senior colleges where Montreat
scholars are interested in
transferring. Every student
should counsel with at least
one representative from a Se
nior college so that he may be
sure of his future plans after
attending Montreat-Anderson.
The schedule for confer
ences is from 10j30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. and after lunch
from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Information telling where the
college representatives may be
found will be posted on the
bulletin board.
The newly formed Cinema So
ciety of Montreat-Anderson
College announces the coming
of new and different types of
movies. Two general types of
movies have been planned. The
first are the general enter
tainment and the second are the
limited appeal movies.
The general entertainm.ent
movies are the ones which are
planned for the week-end en
tertainment. Such movies are
Ihe Unsinkable Molly Brown, A
Boy Ten Feet Tall, Ihe ^utty
Professor, and othersT
The limited appeal movies
are those designed for enter
tainment as well as education.
Movies such as ^rl Sandburg
Discussing His Work, Grant
Wood, Walk ^ My Shoes, No
Man is an Island, and The Quiet
Ones have been planned^ ihese
movies willbe shown during the
week, followed by an informal
discussion.
The Cinema Society is headed
by Larry Fortune and sponsored
by Mr. George Broughtop, Ihe
purpose of the society is to
provide entertainment and to
stimulate the intellectual at
mosphere of the campus. Pre
sently there are about twenty-
five members. The only re
quirement for membership is to
be interested in movies. Watch
the bulletin board for further-
information and coming at
tractions.
    

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