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`FLAP' TO BE PRESENTED
Jerry Adler's production of
"Flap," playing January 27 at
8:00 in the auditorium, is as
contemporary as tomorrow's
Directed by Sir Carol Reed,
the proud and distinguished
Englishman whose "Oliver!"
won six Academy Awards,
including Best Picture and Best
Director, "Flap" is the story of
the legal but hilarious efforts of
a band of Indians to call
attention to the despair and
futility in which they live on a
The star of "Flap" is
Anthony Quinn, playing his first
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SPRING WEEKEND AND MUSIC FESTIVAL
All Organi3ations on campus are invited to Participate
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Indian role since winning an
Oscar for "Viva, Zapata!" He is
a tough, hard-drinking Indian
who laments the social and
economic neglect of his people.
His solution is to hijack a
railroad train, claim Phoenix for
his tribe and precipitate the Last
Great Indian Uprising.
Quinn's co-stars are Shelley
Winters, Claude Akins, Tony Bill
and Victor Jory in this
throughly entertaining screen
version of Clair Huffaker's
best-selling novel, "Nobody
Loves a Drunken Indian."
Admission is 80 cents or 40
cents with an activities card.
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MONDAY, JAN 22 7 P.M.
Relies on Your Involvement and Support
Send Representatives to the
The Success of this Event
ECKANKAR, the Acient
Science of Soul Travel,is a path
to Total Awareness. Few Today
know the meaning of Echankar.
As Paul Twitchell states in his
novel, DRUMS OF ECK,
"ECKANKAR is the most
ancient of spiritual paths, that
which is the foundation of all
revelation we find today in the
Holy scriptures of every known
religion and mystery cult both
ancient and modern, of Itself
few known the road of ECK. It
has been taught to a few adepts
and mystics by highly evolved
spiritual masters from the dawn
of time to the present. But the
teachings have been oral and
secretly given until recently.
Then word was given by the
spiritual travelers, those masters
of the strange wisdom dnown as
the ancient adepts of the
Vairagis, the oldest mystery
order, to spread the message of
On Thursday, January 27, at
3:00 P.M. in the Aud., there will
be an introductory lecture on
ECKANKAR by Tom Flanna,
7th iniate from the Pittsburgh
area. All those who have
questioned the purpose and real
meaning of life and have
searched for the "Utimate
Truth" are urged to attend.
JANUARY 18- President's Council meeting, 7 PM, Gallery
Lounge. All campus organizations funded by the SGA are required
to send a representative. At BPM, Old Time Movies will be shown at
the New Birth, 946 A Kirtland Ave., Meade Heights. On tap are
"Eagle" and "With Love and Hisses."
JANUARY 19-- At 8 PM in the auditorium, the Cultural
Programs Committee presents the film classic "Shane" and it is open
and free to the public. A discussion precedes the movie at 7:30.
JANUARY 20— Varsity basketball against Spring Garden College,
the game to be played at Chestnut Hill, Pa.
JANUARY 21-- Mass at 3:45 PM in the Student Center
JANUARY 22 At 2 PM. a demonstration of "Electronic Music"
will be presented in the Auditorium. The event is sponsored by the
Cultural Programs Committee. At 6:30 PM, the Head Shop holds
one of its weekly meetings in the New Birth. Also at 6:30, the
Student Government Association meets in W-335. The Resident
Student Council meets at 6:30 in the second floor lounge of Church
Hall. The Beta Chi Society entertains a guest speaker, whose topic is
retailing, at 7 PM in room 211. A committee to organize a Spring
Festival meets in the Gallery Lounge at 7 PM.
JANUARY 23 The Meade Heights Board of Governors and
Coffee House Committee meets at 6:30 PM in the New Birth. Delta
Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society, entertains
prospective members in the Gallery Lounge at 7 PM. The varsity
basketball team plays Penn State's Schuylkill Campus in a home
contest at the Main Street Gym in Middletown at 8 PM.
JANUARY 24 At 6:30, the Social Affairs Committee meets in
the Gallery Lounge. Then at 8 PM, it is "Crafts Night" at the New
JANUARY 25-- The Christian Science organization stages a
meeting at 3:15 PM in W-202. At 8 PM, the Cultural Programs
Committee presents a tale of the old West in "Outcasts of Poker
Flat" in the auditorium.
Calendar of &vents
January 18, 1973