The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 9, 1971 · Page 24
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Hutchinson News Saturday, Oct. 9,1971 Page 8A Wednesday Night, October 13,1971 6:30 Chicago Teddy Bears, 6, 7,1&-Big Nick, Chicago's top gangster, plans to expand h i s "protection" business by running for alderman to give himself more muscle to move In on cousin Line's prosperous spaakeasy. You 're On, 8 Smith Family, 10, 13 — "Father 's Day"— Family crises interfere with Chad's plans for a day of leisure with Betty after an all -night stakeout. World Series Pre-Game, 2, 3, 11 7:00 Carol Burnett Show, 6, 7, 12 — Guests tonight are Ken Berry and Cass Elliott. World Series, 2, 3, 11 — Fourth Game Wednesday Night Movie, 10, 13 --"Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation v — James Stewart and Maureen O'Hara; Ultra-wholesome family fare. Parents taking brood to seaside summer house, try to meet family problems. (1962) The French Chef, 8 — 7:30 This Week. 8 - Anchorman Bill Moyers and a team of veteran newsmen bring new insights and a fresh perspective to the top stories of the week. 1:00 The Great American Dream Machine, 8 University Medical Center 6, 7, 12 Dr. Joe Gannon tries to cope with two patients who refuse to undergo surgery — one a woman evangelist depending on her faith for better health, and the other an old man tired of living. 9:00 Mannx, 8, 7,12 — A young woman, played by guest star Ina Balin, inherits a portion of the original handwritten manuscript of Das Kapital, and. Soviet representa tives indicate they are anxious to purchase it Soul, 8 — The Herbie Hancock Sextet, a noted jazz group led by the former Miles Davis pianist, will perform. The Man and th? City, 10 13 — "Reprisal"—Mayor Tom Alcala believes in Temporary Police Chief Ed Rauch, his appointee, even when Rauch overreacts under pressure to the killing of a policeman. 10:00 News. Vl ^thPr, Sports, 2. ». 6. 7, It. It Making Things Grow, 8 The Scene Tonight. 10, II 10:30 The Tonight Show, 2, 3, 11 Bobby Goldsboro will guest. You're On, 8 Merv Griffin Show, 6, 7 12 Dick Cavett, 10. 13 Fred Astaire is the sole guest. 12:00 Movie, 12 — "The World In His Arms" — Gregory Peck and Ann Blyth KSN, Late News, 2, 3, 11 Community Center Schedule "Sunrise Acres" Conunootty Center, 441 North Washington, South Hutchinson, is open from 8 a.m. to S pjn., Monday through Friday; Closed Saturday. Anyone in Reno County who is 50 years of age or older may take part in the Center's activities. This week's schedule include: SUNDAY - Bible Study, 9 to 10 a.m. MONDAY - Bingo, 1 :30 p.m TUESDAY — Ceramics, 9 to 11 a.m.; No Dance Tonight! WEDNESDAY — Morning Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.; No Bingo Tonight! THURSDAY — eramics, 1:30 p.m. FRIDAY — Making wastepaper baskets, 1:30 p.m. WORLD SERIES HEROES — The shoestring catch, as pictured in this drawing by Murray OMerman, Is a classic example of a fielder's play that makes heroes out of World Series participants. The NBC Television Network will telecast the World Series for the 25th consecutive year in 1071. This will be the 15tb year of series coverage on the NBC Radio Network. The opening game Is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. I, in the home park of the American League champion. THE CLOCK Is not responsible Mr l»««-mlnut» clungti by stations. "Protest Prints" On Exhibit Now NORTH NEWTON - A collection of prints in the category of "Protest Prints" on loan from the Pratt Graphics Center of New York will be featured in the Bethel College Fine Arts Gallery now through Oct. 17. The exhibit consists of 25 distinguished works on the theme of law and justice. They are done in traditional as well as in experimental print medias and state concern for human rights, equity and inequity, the legal profession and the rules of law. Some of today's outstanding printmakers are represented, including Jack Levine, Antonio Frasconi, Leonard Baskin, Jose Luis Cuevas, and Corita Kent The Gallery is open Monday to Friday 10 to 5 p.m., and on Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. There is no admission charge. Forsters' 'Maurice' Work of an Exceptional Artist "FRED ASTAIRE returns for a second 90-minute solo guest visit, singing, dancing and chatting, in a special edition of "The Dick Cavett Show," on the ABC Television Network Wednesday, Oct. 13, 10:30 p.m. By CHRISTOPHER LEHMANN-HAUPT (C) 197] N.Y. Times News Servlci Maurice. By E. M. Forster. 256 pages. Norton. $6.95. The news of this book 's existence may be stale by now. The fact is that E. M. Forster wrote "Maurice" many years ago but withheld it from publication during his lifetime because of its potentially controversial treatment of homosexuality. But it may come as a surprise to many people that Maurice is not a sensational oddity or some marginal remnant of a great writing career. On the contrary, it is a major Forster novel, written during 1913 and 1914, immediately after he had completed "Howards End" and a decade before he was to produce his masterpiece, "Passage to India." And it is a wonder ful novel to read—rich in its subtle intelligence, beautifully controlled in its development, deeply moving, in short, the work of an exceptional artist working close to the peak of his creative powers. It could be described as a love story, I suppose, although let me say at once that it is almost completely unnecessary to identify with homosexual love to become involved in the story (I'll explain that "almost" below). Actually it Is two love stories, each of which is a milestone on the hero's path to complete self-awakening. The first is initiatory — a deep platonic friendship between two Cambridge gentlemen, Maurice Hall, a rather ordinary young man of the middle class who is not yet aware of his nature; and Cllve Durham, a young squire and future pillar of English society who is passing through a "hellenic" stage he will shortly outgrow. The second is the far more dangerous liaison between Maurice and the Durham's gamekeeper, Alec Scudder, which is consumated in the book's happy ending, when the two men decide to throw over everything and live together and love each other as outlaws in the greenwood. Between the first rela­ tionship and the second, Man rice passes through hell, as he experiences the loss of Clive's love, the terrible loneliness that ensues, the discovery of his carnal desires for young men, and the gradual recognition of the irremediable nature of his con dition, which nothing — not women, nor work, nor even hypnotism — can alter. And we share his agony, not out of pity, but out of recognition of the injustice of the society that will not permit him to live as he is. "Maurice" could be described as a lave story, yes; but it is also considerably more. For as Forster has depictured it, Maurice's homosexuality Is not a condition to be explained and defended, but a symbol of human feelings. The obstacles that thwart its expression are not conditions local to the novel, but superbly realized images of English society before World War I. And while what Forster points .out in' his witty "terminal note" may be true — that the book "dates" somewhat because "it belongs to an England where It was still possible to get lost" the images are sufficiently radiant to make the story timeless. Or to put It quite another, way, if you don't know what England was like in toe early part of the century, then reading this novel is a good way to find out. Moreover, you will see that the oppressive conditions oi that world are scarcely things of the past. The important thing is that we have a major new E. M. the news is an occasion for re- Forster novel in our midst and joicing. REWARD:« ^^^s^iVVWt Astle Realty Co. 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