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Th Daily Tar H?-??
Wednesday, Decer-b? 2, 1970
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Delaney tastes his first wine at a teenage party in a scene from "Feast which opened last night at the Carolina Union.
Lorrain Hansberry remembered vividly
Most of us were not aware that a
Lorraine Hansberry existed back in 1959,
that she had written "A Raisin in the
Sun." We were too busy in elementary
school. ..but that woman did exist-she
wa a writer...of letters, of books, of
plays, of diaries. ..she wrote about life and
what it meant to her and what she saw in
Her viewpoint, I must admit, was
colored by her past. ..born in the Chicago
ghetto, poor, black.. .all these influenced
her writing. They were great odds to
overcome.. .she went to high school like
most people, got involved in the race riot
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GOOD BYE-FOR 5 YEARS!
Positively last showing as movie (never on
TV) for at least 5 years. Hurry! See it just
one more time!
like some peoplc.even went to college...
she read a lot there.-.Sean O 'Casey
especially. She felt akin to O'Casey
because he used writing as a means of
obtaining freedom for his people...she
began to write...became somewhat of a
She graduated and she wrote about
America, its like and the Blacks...wrote a
play, "A Raisin in the Sun"...and through
this play, she won the New York Drama
Critics' Circle Award for Best Play of
1959...and she became not only the first
woman or Black to win the award, but
also the youngest...some of those
obstacles had been overcome. Then she
wrote another play and a book...The
Movement...a book for the movement of
the SNCC.seemed like she had a lot of
talent and a lot of good work to do...but
she died at the age of 34.,.early age for
death...one man said:
"She stands as the quintessential black
writer for today; a political radical whose
politics were not dogma but.. .oneness
i WINNER OF 6
ACAftD P0.TI PRCQJCTCN
IN PANAVISION" AND UETR0COL0R
7:30-9:00 P.M. only
Salad, Veg. & Bread
with her people and all peoplc.If
Lorraine Hansberry was the last of her
kind, then chaos and barbarism stretch
before us into infinity. My God, how we
need her today."
Some people got together and
assembled a play, To Be Young, Gifted,
and Black...it is the story of Lorraine
Hansberry...the script, well there is really
not the traditional type of script.. .it is
just all her ideas rounded-up from her
letters and plays and books and
such.. .there is no main actor, no one
person plays Lorraine Hansberry ...all
there is is the moving force of a person's
soul, his convictions, his beliefs All
kinds of people...old and young, black
and white.. .all portray this spirit...and by
this portrayal, the spirit becomes alive.
She is quite a person, really...meet her
Tuesday, December 8 at 8 p.m. in
Memorial Hall...reserved seats are $2.00,
$1.50, $1.00.. .a professional road
company will be on hand...to guide, to
lead you to her.
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33 Symbol for
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35 Short sleep
38 Music: as
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5 King of birds
7 Note of scale
9 A month
10 Fish eggs
12 Teutonic deity
14 A continent
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The game of students and protestors
against the Establishment. An
interaction game in which teams of
players assume the roles of students and
others trying to change the system. On
the other hand, there are the
Establishment groups such as the
University Administration, Business,
Military, City Hall, and others,, who
protect the status quo. The game can be
played by as few as two players or by a
large group, with several players on each
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Professor Theodor Qrrenger Jr. 2J
be the featured speaker at the annual
UNC Speech Festival, Dec. 2 and 3.
Professor Oerenger will speak on "The
Image as Cause and Effect in
Communications" at 8 o'clock tonight in
103 Bingham. On Thursday Professor
Clevenger will meet informally with
graduate students and faculty at 2 p.m.
and will offer critical analyses of prepared
speeches at two evening meetings.
Professor Clevenger is presently
Ch airman of the Speech Department at
Florida State University and Second
Vice-President of the Speech
Communication Association. He is widely
published in the speech-related scholarly
journals and is the author of several
books including "Audience Analysis."
Professor Clevenger received his Ph.D.
from Florida State University. He has
taught at several major universities
including Illinois, Wisconsin and Texas.
"Women In Cuba"-A talk by women
in the Venceremos Brigade who have
recently returned from Cuba. Tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock in the Student Union,
Room 207. All women invited.
Sponsored by Female Liberation 27.
All people interested in working in the
Coffee House of the International
Handicraft Bazaar, Dec. 4, 5 and 6, please
sign up in the main office of the Y
building or contact Brian Kay, 929-5238.
The committee of African-American
Affairs and James residence hall will
sponsor an informal discussion with
Samuel Kasadha from Uganda at 8
8-30- 5:30 AIon.-Fri.
bring you a pilot's
Flying Club 929458
o'clock Thursday night in the James
Social Lounge. H;s topic wui be facts
about Africa today. The public is invited.
Political Science ?5A win meet in the
Great Hall of the Student Union today at
1 p.m. LB. Tah3ta, Sou:h African
liberation leader, will discuss the racial
situation in his country.
College Life: Tonight from 9 to 9:50
in Rooms 202-204 Student Union.
Subject: Jesus and Psychology.
Five-lesson recorder lesson series,
beginning Dec. 3. Information and
sign-up sheet at Union Information Desk.
State Affairs Committee will meet on
Wed. night, Dec. 8 at 7:30 in the Union.
Tonight the Cinematheque will present
"Yankee Doodle Dandy," starring James
Cagney in his Oscar-winning role. The
movie is the life story of George M.
Cohan. The show is at 8 o'clock.
Tomorrow night, there will be a
double feature. At 7 o'clock, Sidney J.
Furie's 'The Leather Boys" will be
shown. The movie stars Rita Tushingham
and is the story of a working class bike
gang in England. At 9 o'clock, Robert
Flaherty's classic documentary of Eskimo
life, "Nanook of the North," will be
screened. Admission to each film will be
separate. All three movies will be shown
in Ackland 1 1 5. Memberships to the
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initiation meeting at 7 p.m. in room 226
of the medical school on Mon. Dec. 7.
Dr. Coyer (patholofist I will speak.
The International Student Center and
the Carolina Union are sporssonr.g a
movie about the role of Cuban youth in
the modernization of Cuba. "Cornr-ar.eras
and Cotnpaneros" be shown at S p.rn.
tomorrow in III Murphey Hill.
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