jolly Santa wends
his way, bringing
wonderful gifts for
you, we’d like to
add our appreciation.
Terry Southern and Mason
Hoffenberg not only led off the
sacred cows. They butchered them.
Candy wildly spoofs America's sexual
more's, taboos, and takes the measure
of government, medicine, and war
along the way.
Candy Christian's notion of self-
sacrifice leads her to encounter with
Professor Mephesto, a Mexican gardener,
the Quackers (a mystical, peace-loving
group), and others. Finally and most
ironic of all are her dealings with a
holy man, who it develops is Mr.
Christian, her father.
Candy, fhe book's title, is
obviously meant to resemble Voltaire's
Candide, was first published in Paris.
Its publication in the United States
won critical acclaim from such liter
ary lions as James Jones, Herbert
Gold, William Styron, and Gore Vidal.
In the past year. Candy appeared
in England in a very mangled (censored)
condition. Now, its a movie, despite
Life magazine's once saying it was
unfilmable. With a Swedish discovery
named Ewa Aulin as Candy, Ringo
Starr as the gardener, and Marlon
Brando as a bogus holy man, it should
once again create a furor, this time
in the cinematic world.
May you and your family enjoy
a Christmas that is warm
with happiness, and is truly
blessed in every way.
Many thanks for your support!
Mrs. Wi11iam A. Wood
Montreat-Anderson continued its
winning ways December 14 with a 110-
S2 victory over Friendship Junior
College of Rock Hill, South Carolina.
The 110 points was a season high
the Cavaliers, who have eclipsed
century mark for five times thus
Led by Gus Dillahunt's seventeen
in the first half, Montreat held
59-36 lead as the buzzer sounded.
Montreat's starting five played
only the initial seven minutes of the
second half. The Cavaliers, paced
by Sam Milner, Phil Zimmerman, and
Chuck Harris, continued the scoring
barrage. Zimmerman carried the
hundreth point with 3:30 left in the
contest. Gus Diilahunt and Charlie
Dudley were leading Cavalier scorers,
with 21 and 20 points respectively.
Tops for the losers were Harrison
with 30 and Ownes who had 27 noini-q.
Montreat's offensive machine
met strong opposition against the
Western Piedmont Pioneers Tuesday.
A stiff Pioneer zone defense thwarted
the Cavalier outside shooting. Three
back-back steals by Ben Young and
Roosevelt Robinson put the Cavaliers
in charge. Western Piedmont then
clicked for four free throws and a
field goal. A fourteen point Cavalier
splurge combined with only four
Pioneer points in eight minutes gave
Montreat a commanding 14 point margin.
Western Piedmont continued cold
in the opening minutes of the second
half, going without a field goal for
six minutes. Curtis Brooks had
twenty-one points for the evening
and Gus Diilahunt netted nineteen.
"Rosey", Ben Young, and Charlie
Dudley also scored in double figures.
Final tally: MAC-84, W.P.-59-
For you, our customers, and your families,
we wish the best of health, happiness
and success in the New Year ahead.
Mrs. June Hodge in the Biology lab
THE MITCHELL FAMILV
Christmas and New Year Greetings
to all the Montreat community of
1 earners —
Hearty greetings are
sent your way, and so
are heartiest thanks!