VOL. 1 No. 4
OCTOBER 18. 1968
ABC Newsman, Peter Jennings, here October 18th
With the coming of the ACU-I Region
V Conference (Association of College
Unions - International) October 10-12
and Long Weekend October 18, Montreat
Anderson activities are action packed.
Thursday night through Saturday night,
we have the honor of being entertained
by Donnery and Rudd. This is one folk
performance 'that is certain to be enjoyed
by all. The folk festivities are being
sponsored for us by Fellowship Hall. Not
only will we have the opportunity of
hearing Donnery and Rudd, we will also
be able to talk and work with the duo
at afternoon workshops.
title "The Zoo Story." Jerry is played
by Robert Griffin, a graduate instructor
at Illinois State University. In the play,
Jerry is an urban misfit. He is a person
without love, searching for a friend.
Don't miss this fabulous play.
For those of you who remember David,
Della Rosa and Brooks, Hod David will be
returning to our campus for a performance
Monday,October 14,before the Symbols.
A little bit of Britain will enter Montreat
as the top pop classical band,The Symbols,
entertains young and old alike, Monday
night, October 14.
Peter Jennings, ABC News correspondent,
is to be a speaker on campus October 18.
His subject title is "Fblitics '68, The
Candidates and Issues." He is of world-wide
renown and his informal viewpoints should
provide us with an excellent opportunity to
learn about world affairs. He is sponsored
by Frank Boseman of the CUAB.
Folk music, blues, gospel, Vlave songs,
hoedowns are all a part of the Appalachian
Mountain Festival coming October 26. Jean
Ritchie, Bessie Jones, Babe Stoval, Michael
Cooney, and the New Lost City Ramblers
are just a few performers from the festival.
This song fest from the Southern Black Belt
is sponsored by McMillan.
Don't forget to make these dates on
your calendar and keep watching for
Our movie weekend feature for October II
and 12 is "Bus Riley's Back In Town" by
United Artists. Shows begin at 7 and
9 PM on Friday and Saturday nights.
"The Zoo Story, " a tragic comedy
written by Edward Albee, will be the
night's entertainment for Sunday, October 13.
The play to be presented by the Center
House Theatre, deals with man's
"alienation from his fellowman." Peter,
played by Allen Tangrat, a senior at
Moorehead State University in Kentucky,
is a stereotyped father trying to find a
friend. Sharing the household with the
family are several animals. Hence the
The Men's Intramural Association met
October 6 with Mr. Walter Hughes to discuss
plans for the upcoming year. Each dorm
sent two representatives. These were:
Roy Tyner and Mark Hollars from McMillan,
Bob Howard and Toby Duke from Howerton,
and Austin Brady qnd Sid Collins from
The first matter of business was to elect
MIA officers. Those present chose Austin
Brady as president. Bob Howard, vice-
president, Sid Collins as secretary, and
Toby Duke as treasurer.
Intramural teams will battle in tag
football, basketball, volleyball, and
softball. Individual sports planned are
tennis, wrestling, handball, and pingpong,
Tag football season is underway October 10.
A complete schedule has been made. Pigskin
activity ends with the annual "Rose Bowl"
on Thanksgiving Day. Boys on athletic
scholarships are not allowed to participate
in sports where there is a danger of injury
according to Mr. Jim Halstead, basketball