The Indianapolis Literary Club - 146th Year

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SCHEME OF EXERCISES

Regular meeting nights are the FIRST and THIRD Mondays of each month, October through May.  Exceptions: no meetings in December and only one regular meeting in May. 

 OCTOBER FOURTH

 

The Horseshoe” ……………………………….. John E. Cole Jr.

 

OCTOBER EIGHTEENTH

 

“There’s a Movement Afoot” …………………..J. David Cook

 

NOVEMBER FIRST

 

“Bread and Water” ……………………………..Philip M. Coons

 

NOVEMBER FIFTEENTH

 

“Hippo….but not Potamus” ……………………J. Scott Keller

 

JANUARY TENTH

 

“Acculturating Susie”…………………………..Stephen J. Jay

 

JANUARY TWENTY-FOURTH

“Howe to Save the Lamb”…………………….. John J. Cooney

 

FEBRUARY SEVENTH

 

“The Fathers of Success”……………………… William H. Schneider

 

FEBRUARY TWENTY-SECOND (TUESDAY)

 

“Kind to Be Cruel”………………………………Richard B. Gunderman

 

MARCH SEVENTH

 

“An Outcast among Radicals”……………………William Groth

 

MARCH TWENTY-FIRST

 

“Pageant on the Danube”………………………..  George W. Geib

 

 

APRIL FOURTH

 

“China Hand”………………………………….John F. Sweeney

 

 

APRIL SIXTH

 

9TH Annual Tri-Literary Dinner, Woodstock Club

Speaker:  Susan Neville, Demia Butler Chair in English Emerita, 

Butler University

 

APRIL EIGHTEENTH

 

“Truth and Consequences”…………………… David A. Lips

 

MAY SECOND

 

“The Force Second Only to Gravity”…………Morton J. Marcus

 

MAY ELEVENTH


Wednesday

Annual and Inaugural Dinner Meeting

(tentative)