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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 24, 1972
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Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, August 24, 1972 B-3 Everything spins off from poetry Vantage point Stringing along with this ball of tvvinc as a place to relax is Peanuts, a dog belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Moore of Liberal, Kan., who collected the string. The Moores own and operate the Westerner motel and collected the stritig over a ten-year period from laundry bundles delivered to the motel. (AP Wirephoto) SIUE announces summer graduates EDWARDSVILLE — Summer commencement exercises will be held Sept. 2 at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsvflle. Telegraph area students receiving degrees are: ALTON — David Locke, Daniel Bell, Gary Breuchaud, John Carver, Doris Coleman, Linda Duncan, Richard Fulk, Sue Klinke, Carole Massey, Jim Mill&paugh, Richai'd Norton, Leonard Perry; David Robertson, Vincent Schulz, Thomas Scyoc, Audra U 1 m e t, Kathleen Bemis, Genevieve Finley, Dan-ell Frisse, Ronald Geisen, Bert Hyde, Andrew Johnson, Joyce Jordan, John Kent. Earl Maucker, Nancee McMurray, Lathan Ruffin, C. B. Cornett, Richard Thompson, Carolyn Jones, Dale Kelley, John Mino, Thomas Stuchlik, Patricia Baker, Paul Chadwick, Donald Christy, Anthony Corona. Leonard Hawthorne, Richard Lovejoy, Ann Manns, Florence McGee, Patricia Teutrine, Fannie Thompson, David Vanwinkle, Larry Zientara, Brent Schindewold, Lea Plarski, Violet Yaeger. BENLD — Nancy Gaudino, Patricia Castiglione, Florence Saracco. BETHA1.TO - Max Gay, George Hanei, Elaine Murray, Patricia Vaughn, Cheryl Wilschetz, John Graham, David Barker, Daryl Hall, Joyce Holcomb, Jerol Johnson, Patricia Long, Daniel Suess, George Wilson. BRIGHTON - Bill Cooper, To Hie Evans, Laura Snodgrass, Terri Pitts, Charles Guthrie. BUNKER HILL - Gary A c u n c i u s , Walter Wood, Nonna Stone. CARLINVILLE — Teresa Edwards, Mark Kapilla, Samuel Buzzard. CARROLLTON - Richard Greaves, Allen Gummersheimer, Barbara McCadden. COTTAGE HILLS - Adair Ellen. EAST ALTON - Joan Ashbaker, Gary Gerson, David Warren, Gary Werner, Dennis McBride, Frank Catalano, Evelyn Dimkoff. John Duncan, Martha Henderson, Paula Johnson, Diane Jurgena, Darlene Kasenberg, Michael Lee, Darrell Livingston, Mary Meek, Michael Morris, Edw a r d Musgrove, Andrea Patton, Carol Pontius, Ronald Steinhardt. Mike Stiffey, Thomas Tincher, Marilyn Tretter, Walter Wiley, Eric Wuellner, Susan Blain, Michael Brodley, Michael Hill, James Hindelang, Abdulaziz Orayer, Bill Slaughter, Deborah Stelzleni, Lance Stelzleni, Catherine Tudish. Paul Bedford, Fernando Calero, James Cicciarelli, Rex Fernando, Dennis Hall, Rex Hermsmeyer, James Huneke, Susan Markham, John McKeon, Michael Schneider, George Veith, Marion Strohman, William Dram, Jeanne Goestenkors. Leonard Haleen, Idabelle Hardy. Daniel Hellrung, Douglas yttle, Marvin Sander, Richard Meyers, Nan S e y b e r t, Dennis . Adams, Bernice Brown, Jerry Chen, Jane Garrett, Zene Gergen, David Hager, Inna Klopmeier, Carol Luer. Carleen Miller, Stephanie Rockwell, Jessellyn, Saffold, Eileen Stephens, Virginia Walker, Lyle Ward, John Wehling, Donald Wrigley, Bridget Gocbel. Gorman D e a n a Hellrung, Donald Scroggins, Linda East Susan Martin, James Graham, Griffith, Jane Margaret Jones, Rogers, Kathryn Wesley Sunders, F I E L D 0 N Shelton. — Mamie Hulchens, Mark Stai-ling Griffin, S h i r 1 e yy Heigert, Michael Steward, Gerald Barber, Charles Hubbard; Rino Cassanelli, Thomas Curl, Herbert Forcade, Robert Humphrey, Phyllis Schuetz, Constance Steffen. EDWARDSVILLE - Lynn Krieger, Olanrewaju Adeyiga, Sharon Bates, Robert Gergen, George Combs, L. P. Deut- s c h m a n n , Valera Evans, Mary Finn, Connie Fravala, T h e o Hairston, Carlos Hawley, Mary Hollenkamp. Glenn Jones, Janet Jones, James Krieger, Ronuld Lager, Loretta Lovel, Mind a u g a s Macius, Norman Martinez, Linda Mills, Del ores Mulnik, James Narup, Mark Ostendoii. L a v e r n e Pence, Julie Reiner, Linda Ritchie, Fred Roniger, Sandra Schneider. David Seiiricd, Jackie Smith, •I a m e s Walters, Patricia GILLESPIE - Roberta Duckworth, George Kutich. W a y n e Umfleet, Gerald Ferry, Lyndul Cloud. G 0 D F R E Y - Thomas Benjey, George Dintelmann, Harry Montroy, Rebecca Roennigkc, Harlan Shake, Marion Clark, David Barnes, Thomas Enteman, Jerry' Hollis, Dale Wilpers, Norman Iman, Elisabeth Komlos. GOLDEN EAGLE - Robert Schulze. G R A F T 0 N - Tom O'Donnell, Paul Brown. JERSEYVILLE — Emily Davis, Kathryn Jolly, Gilbert Kallal, Mary Roach. MOHO — Mary Brase, Gail Diveley NEW DOUGLAS - Melody Rosenthal. HOODHOUSK — Donald Albracht, Thomas Dates. KOSKWOOD HEIGHTS — Warren Rives. ROXANA — James Herndon, Michael Putnam, Gail Elble. S T A U N T ON — Tom Guennewig, Judith Siuvers, Larry Tietze, Stanley Cisler, Eleunor Gregory. WHITE HALL - Gerald Kirbach, Eppie Williams. 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"I first thought of it as a long poem thai would explore tin 1 Ihnni's if viol"ii:v. action i)ii:l -ex." lie says. "I wrote on it for n while but gol nothing I liked. "Then I decided that what I had was not poetic material but novel material. So I turned 180 degrees and wrote a novel. Actually, 1 don't know anything about writing novels. I guess it just was a story that told itself very well."' When it was decided to make the book into a film. Dickey got the screenwriting chore. "I did it in about three months," he says, shaking his head, "and it was tough, actor all are among the roles all together. What I did was to lake the book and lay it out on my desk and look at il while trying to figure out what would work in visual images." Writing the novel and script wasn't the end of Dickey's involvement with "Deliverance." He also has a small part in the film- playing a county sheriff. "It wasn't much," he says wilh a smile. "I sort of just acted myself." Dickey began writing poetry while serving overseas during World War II. "I was lonely," he says, "so I read a lot. Then I started writing poetry to relieve my own loneliness. What I wanted to do after all that reading was to sec if I couldn't get in there and Jo some of it myself." After discharge, he taught English at universities and kept on writing poetry while his reputation slowly grew. "I came up the hardest possible way," he recalled. "By submitting unsolicited manuscripts. 1 knew no one in publishing so I'd just finish Movies are really tough to get hope it would get published." Dickey, who has published several books of poetry as well as some volumes of criticism, says he currently has "a lot of new stuff" he is working on. "I've got a new book of something up, send it off, and poems nbrui half - finisshed," he says. "It'll be called 'Slowly Toward Hercules.' Then I've got another novel going called 'Alnllam.' 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