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Vol. XVTIT No. 13
Inn S • ure Open
Inn Secure, a coffee house - at
East Seventh Street, reopened last
week, and is now in full swing. It's
the cool place to hang out and study
during the week, open 10:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Monday thru Thursday.
On - weekends, it's entertainment
from 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Friday and
Saturday, and 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Joyce Yarrow's poetry workshop
is open to all (free) every Tuesday
evening at 8:30 p.m. The workshop
is in conjunction with the Inn Secure
and may start putting out a magazine
Those who entertained at the Inn
Secure last week were John Snyder,
Joyce Yarrow, Clara Callahan, Mike
Sylvester, Joel and JUdy, Ellie Buckle,
Dave Schultz, Carol De Arment, and
The coffe house won't be confined 25, Saturday - BLACK POWER, by
to folk music. There will be movies, SNCC volunteers. Also Mike Sylvester.
lectures, discussions, poetry, or just
lounging, reading, playing cards and
The Behrertd C
The tentative schedule is as
Feb. 16, Thursday - "The Relevance of
Jean Paul Sartre," by Warren Starrett
17, Friday - Sean and Gusty, great
Irish foiksingers from Cleveland,
who made a great hit at the Gypsy
Rover last year.
18, Saturday - Sugar and Monfunkle
It's poetry night. Come and read
what you've written.
19, Sunday - VISTA workers reading
from "Macßird". Also Brian and Lea,
and "The Two of Us, Holly and Jo
23, Thursday - MOVIE: Keystone
Comedies - Charlie Chaplin. Those
Behrend students who saw Chaplin
last fall will want to see more.
24, Friday - Jeff Moredock and a
replay of the Chaplin movie.
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