4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday. November 18
to shelve proposal
on new committee
By MC I IUGHLS
The Carolina Union Board or Directors voted
Thursday night (o table a proposal that would
create a Major Attractions Committee separate
from the I'nion Activities Board.
The proposal to create the committee was
submitted by Carolyn .lack, chairperson of the
Union' Performing Arts Committee. Jack said
the formation ofaseparatecommitteewould"free
the Union Activities Board of the burden of
spending large sums of money to bring major
attractions to the l'niersity."
Jack said the committee, if formed, also would
allow student input in deciding hat attractions to
bring to UNC.
According to Jack, students currently have no
input in the process. Meetings of the proposed
committee would be open to all students, although
only active committee members could vote.
Howard Henry, Union director, said the
creation of a Major Attractions Committee would
not eliminate the difficulty of bringing major
attraction to UNC.
"The product just isn't very available," Henry
said. According to Henry, there are not enough
groups available w ho are willing to perform in the
limited space of Memorial Hall or Carmichacl
"I just don't see how the structure of this
proposal will change what is available to us,"
Henry said the Union also is considering
improving the acoustics of Carmichael, which he
said would cost about $ 125,000.
Ty Braswell, a graduate student in speech
communication and a former chairperson of the
student union at the University of Richmond, said
the union at Richmond faced a similar problem,
which was solved by actively involving students in
the activities of the union.
Braswell said the Carolina Union mut make it
evident to students that their input is w elcome and
needed, whether this is done through the proposed
committee or some other method.
The Board of Directors w ill meet again Dec. I to
consider the proposed committee.
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The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival Off-Season Players are presenting
Beyond the Fringe tonight and Nov. 30 through Dec. 2 at the Ranch House. Staff
photo by Mike Sneed.
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'Beyond the Fringe': comedy
featuring gags, sophistication
By CHIP ENSSLIN
Arts and Entertainment Kditor
Professional comedy has come to town.
The North Carolina Shakespeare Keslival 011
Seuson Players are presenting Hcyomlilu- Frinf-t:
an uproariously tunny production, at the Ranch
If you enjoy sophisticated British humor of the
Monty Python variety, outrageous sight gags, or
iust plain silliness, get a cooler of beer and a gang
ol friends and pull up a chair.
tU-yniiil (( Fringe is the work of British
lunnymcn Peter Cooke and Dudley Moore which
was first produced beyond the "Fringe." the
perimeter ol the Edinburgh Festival held annually
1 he five members of the cast each appeared in
one or more of the 1977 productions of the North
Carolina Shakespeare Festival, which is based in
High Point. These five principals are kept busy
"during the fust-paced production, which features
(iordon Ferguson, who narrates an obscene
fairy tale and gives a one-man routine about coal
mining, has performed with the Playmakers
Repertory Company in Chapel Hill and spends his
summers doing outdoor dramas.
Bernard Johnson, who has experience acting in
Shakespearian plays on the West Coast, acts the
role of a detective hired to locate God in a sketch
Beyond the Fringe borrows from Woody Allen.
He locates what he believes is the deceased deity.
Any clues? "We think it's the work of an
existentialist." he says.
Mary Key Woods, a graduate of the American
Academy of Dramatic Arts, plays all the female
roles, ranging from the housewife in Thurber's
I 'nieorn in the Garden to a seductive coed who
parades in her "diaphanous peignoir."
A minister who enthusiastically exhorts his
congregation is played by David l.einthall, a
veteran of Broadway and off-Broadway
productions. Rick Simpson, who acted in
Diamond Studs in New York City, plays Ramon
El Magnilicco, a South American magician.
In the grand finale, a dramatic takeoff on
Shakespeare entitled .So That's The Way You Like
It, the five actors demonstrate their familiarity
with Elizabethan drama in a mad farce.
Beyond the Fringe has two perlormances
tonight before taking a holiday recess and
returning Nov. 30 through Dec. 2. There are two
shows each night at the Ranch House, at 7 and 9.
1 ickets are $4 for adults and $3 for students
with ID. Phone 942-5155 for reservations. Beer
and wine are available -at the bar during
in news report
Although UNC students voted
Wednesday on a referendum to
increase student fees by $2.50 per
semester, WCHL news reported
Thursday morning that students
would go to the polls that day to vote
on the very same referendum.
"It was an oversight," Susan Datz of
WCHL news said Thursday
afternoon. "The story was left oven
from Wednesday and run by mistake.
We have since talked to Bill Moss and
run another story with the results and
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"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
"AN ALMIGHTY JUSTICE DOES VERILY RULE THIS
WORLD, IT IS GOOD TO FIGHT ON GOD'S SIDE, AND
BAD TO FIGHT ON THE DEVIL'S SIDE!"
Are you a fighter? If to, on whose tide? Are you neutral?
Some time ago we were told of a promising young preacher
who said he was not going "to fight." He had gotten his
degree from the seminary and read to go out In the world to
do something or other. He testified he was a fundamentalist
that believed the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments
to be "The Infallible Word of God," that he Intended to so
preach and teach, but he would not be contentious "and fight
unbelievers, modernists, apostates, etc." doesn't that
sound and look sweet and lovely? We are of the opinion that
such an attitude Is not only wrong, but mighty dangerous.
In Revelation 3:15, 16, Christ said of those "neither cold
nor hot, lukewarm, I will spue thee out of My mouth!" Con
sider the picture Dante gives us of those down In hell who
had been "spued out". There were sighs, lamentations, and
loud cries of woe resounding through the starless air.
Diverse tongues, horrible dialects, words of anguish,
accents of wrath, voices high and hoarse, and clapping and
wringing of hands make there a tumult which goes on torever
like the sand when the whirlwind blows. This is the abode of
the "lukewarm" who lived on earth "without Infamy and
without praise." They are mingled with the band of angels
who, when Lucifer rebelled were neither rebels, nor faithful
to God. Heaven drove them out because Its beauty would
have been dimmed by their presence; nor would the depth of
hell receive them, because the damned below would have
some glory on their account! H ere were men who did not act
a manly part during life, who did not know how to make up
their mind and take a decisive step, but preferred to await
events and reserve to themselves freedom to Join the
successful side. Justice and mercy hold them In equal
contempt! They are displeasing to God and His enemies!
(We trust our motive Is not just to rail on the "lukewarm and
non-fighters" but rather to so get them HOT under the collar
to the end they may be stirred up "to fight the good fight of
faith, and lay hold on eternal life)" We are persuaded, unless
one "believes In vain," that the fundamental faith of the In
fallibility of The Scriptures of The Old and New Testaments
will so stir up and quicken a man not only to fight, but also to
run "flee the wrath to cornel"
"THE LORD IS A MAN OF WAR" Exodus 15: 3. Abraham,
the Friend of God, fought several kings and whipped them
Genesis 14:14, etc. Judge Deborah was a "woman of war"
J udges 5:7. King David the man after G od's own heart, was "a
man of war." The Apostle Paul was a f Ighterf "I have fought a
good fight, I have kept the faith;" and he called upon all true
C hristians to "Put on the whole armour of G od, that he may
be able to stand agalnat the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle
not against flesh and blood, but against principalities,
against powers, agalnat the rulers of the darkness of this
world, against spiritual wickedness In high places.
Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye
may be able to stand in the evil day, and having done all, to
stand." Epheslans &11, etc. Thank God for the fighting of
Luther, Calvin, Knox, Cromwell, Bunyan, Wesley, and the
millions of martyrs from Stephen on down to those who to
day fight and suffer for the testimony of Christ and His
Righteousness! AND THERE WAS WAR IN HEAVEN" -Revelation
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