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Janus Short Fil

By CHARLES HOWELL
What drew 3,600 people to
Cinema Guild last weekend when
the Janus short film program,
part I, was shown? The answer
lies, in part, in the simple at-
traction of short film-no matter
what the kind. The usual movie
strain is gone; the audience goes
through an enjoyable 10 or 20
minutes, knowing they won't have
to strain on the same subject for
perhaps the normal. hour and a
half.
This isn't a degrading analysis
of an audience; it is an acceptance
of the ability to concentrate and
enjoy, being fully aware that one
will not have to do it for long. It
is the same principle television
commercials have furtively sought
to fullfill.
This is not to say that the short
film is less challenging. In fact,
because narrative style need not
bhe sustained for ninety minutes, it
can be experimented with. Thus,
"one-joke plots," still photography
montage, or, a single incident is
justified. Two hours of short films
include the whole range of this
experimentation,
The ultimate draw at Cinema
Guild last weekend was the most
important; they were good films.
In the Richard Lester film "Run-
ning, Jumping and Standing Still
Film," one could see clearly the
early roots of the Beatles movies
to come.-
The Truffaut fans showed inE

force to see "Les Mistons," his
seldom-seen early short. The sen-
timentally was there; the glori-
fication of popular cinema Was
there; and the subtlety was there.
And, of course, the audience was
treated to its portion of psychede-
lia. Jordan Belson's "Allures," bill-
ed as a "hallucinogenic voyage
into the distances of outer space,"
was, in fact, a quite enjoyable
color creation of a computer-pro-
gramaler's geometric creations.
Some idea of the Janus Filmns
for this weekend at Cinema Guild
can be given through this meaty
principle when the A&P pack-
ages a slab of meat, they put the
best side on the bottom. When
Janus Films packaged their Ar-
turus collection of short films,
they put more of the better films
in the second program.
For instance, in a Japanese
cartoon, voices drone and bark
the word 'ai" ('love') while a
battleax drags her husband
around on a leash.
Men and women, in Godard
films are always having trouble
with each other, but the root of
it is not deadly alienation; it is
just that they are doing different
things.
0 In "All the Boys Are Called
Patrick," his first film, Godard's
characteristic heavy traffic in in-
tellectual frivolity is fairly light;
some book covers, posters and
magazines, including the obliga-
tory 'Cahiers du Cinema.'

s Shine at Guild
* Two more films of Valerian Beckett's "Act Without Words"
Borowczyk amplify his fascination epitomizes frustration. In George
with the reconstruction and re- Dunning's "The Apple," the frus-
arrangement of wrecked and sun- trated noble goal turns out be a
dered fragments. The cartoon fetish.
"Concert of M. Kabal" has a fe- So we have a collection of the
male bluebeard. "G a m e s of charming and hideous disorders of
Angels," also by Borowczyk, ex- mankind.
plores with animated contempora- We are saved in the end as a
ry painting mankind's greatest dis- Methodist boy named Hugh Hefner
aster of self-annihilation. explains how he is making "The
0 Bettiol's animation of Samuel Most."

Plan Stirs
Controversy
(Continued from Page 1)
8 900 requests for lower fees have
already been processed by the
newly formed Office of Fee Re-
duction..
Students whose parents have re-
fused to submit their income tax
returns were placed in the maxi-
mum tuition group during regis-
tration week. Those who claimed
to be self supporting were desig-
nated as dependent on their par-
ent's income if they make less than
$3000 annually.

RADIO-TV BLACKOUT:
Goldwater Reveals Shenanigans
Used at '64 GOP Convention

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Care With FormsI
The Fee Determination Office
reported that "great care is be-
ing taken with the copies of tax
Six young members of The Uni- Richard S. Stewart, assistant pro- returns to be sure there is no re-
iersity of Michigan faculty re- fessor of classical studies who is lease of the income figures or
ceived awards of $500 each today also -teaching in the Residential names." If parents request it, the
for their "enthusiastic and inno- College. forms will be returned by certified
vative teaching" of undergrad- * * * mail, but after the amounts are
uates. On Friday, Sept. 22, 8:00pm audited each year, the remaining
The awards were provided by a "Generation," the inter-arts maga- forms will be destroyed as soon
gift from the Standard Oil of In- zine, will present Prof. Radcliffe as they are verified.
diana Foundation, and were pre- Squires, of the English depart- 'Trustee Donald Stevens express-
sented by U-M President Harlan ment, in a poetry reading from ed confidence that the trustees
Hatcher. Recipients were selected his new book "The Light Under could iron out some of the inequi-
by a faculty committee upon nom- Islands." The reading will take ties of the plan.
ination by department chairmen. place in the Wesley Foundation. Kermit Smith, assistant to the
The.e is no admission charge, and provost and director of the Fee
Honored were Jerry H. Bilik, as- Tefresn adsn ageand Determination Office, told The
sistant professor of music; William refreshments and an autographing Daily that any changes in the
J. Anderson, assistant professor of party will follow the reading wording of the plan could not pos-
aerospace engineering; Calvin B. sibly go into effect this year.
DeWitt, associate professor of bi- "Statistics Seminar" - Profes- He said that although he has'
ology at Dearborn Campus; John sor David L. Burdick will speak on received many letters opposing the
W. Hagen, assistant professor of "Best Asymptotic Properties of a plan, only a very small minority
psychology; David G. Shappirio, Sequential Test for Symmetry," at have threatened not to pay the
associate professor of zoology, and 4:00 p.m. in room 3201 Angell Hall. tuition increase.

NEW YORK (P' - Barry Gold-'
water says his supporters at the
1964 Republican National Conven-
tion were prepared to black out
radio and television coverage by
any network that "got a little too
obnoxious."
Describing some of the strategy
and counterstrategy during the
campaign, Goldwater revealed yes-
terday, "We had every cable of
every television company and
every radio company marked up in
the loft of the Cow Palace.
"If anybody got a little too ob-
noxious to our - us - they could,
always have cable trouble," said
the former presidential candidate
in a recorded one-hour interview
on the National Education Tele-
vision network.
Another political maneuver he
described was the case of the miss-
ing bullhorn batteries.
"You might recall Sen. Hugh
Scott got up once with the bull-
horn, and it didn't work. The bat-
teries weren't in it," he said.
"We had all kinds of things
planned," he continued. "We even
had a plan once to try to keep
Hubert Humphrey's plane crew
locked up in their room so they
couldn't get out and fly some-
place."
"What happened," he was asked.
"They got out the window,"
said Goldwater.
He said of these tactics, "These
are the little things you do. It is
perfectly fair in love and war."
Appearing with Goldwater on
the program titled, "That Was the
Election That Was," was his run-
ning mate in 1964, William E.
Miller, now a lawyer in Buffalo,
N.Y. Subtitled , "A Light-Hearted

in his hand.
Miller recalled that he and his
wife were about to retire in their
hotel room when she remembered.
her hair dryer was in the next
room. As he went to retrieve it
the doorknob came off and he
stood pajamaless, in front of a
well-lighted second floor window.
On a more serious note Gold-

whom he was about to ask to be
his running mate, for fear Miller
wouldn't accept the nomination.
Goldwater had generous words
for Humphrey but described
President Johnson in sharp terms:
"This man in the White House is
probably the cutest, smartest,
throat-cuttingest political oper-
ator I have ever run into."

Reminiscence of '64," the inter- water said on the day he won the
view touched on some of the less- nomination in San Francisco his
er moments in the campaign such own polls showed President John-
as the night Miller found himself son would take 80 per cent of the
nude on the second story of a vote.
Wyoming hotel with a doorknob He said he didn't tell Miller.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Day Calendar
College of Engineering and National
Academy of Engineering Sesquicenten-
nial Meeting - "Engineering for the
Benefit of Mankind": Registration,
Rackhan. Lobby, 8 a.m.; first session,
Hill Aud., 9 a.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
itar-"Management of Managers No.
37: 146 Business Administration Bldg.,
8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business Workshop - "Programmed
Learning Workshop": Michigan Union,
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
College of Engineering-Prof. P. G.
Saffman, California Institute of Tech-
nology, "Rise of a Body Through a Ro-
tating Fluid in a Container of Finite
Height," Room 325 West Engineering
Bldg., 4 p.m.; coffee will be served at
3:30 p.m. in Room 214.
Statistics Seminar-Prof. David L.
Burdick, "Best Asymptotic Properties
of a Sequential Test for Symmetray,"
Room 3201 Angell Hall, 4 p.m.
Faculty-Doctoral Seminar-Prof. H.
P. Galliher, "Some Operations Research

Problems in Regional Medicine," 229
West Engineering Bldg., 4 p.m.
College of Engineering Lecture-Prof.
Brice Carnahan, University of Michi-
gan, "An Introduction to Digital Com-
puters and the MAD Language": Natur-
al Science Aud., 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
General Notices
Psychology Dept. Colloquium: Prof.
Wells Goodrich of the Univ. of Mich.
Mental Health Institute, "Four Pat-
terns of Early Marriage," Fri., Aug. A,
Angell Hall. 4 p.m.
Graduate Students: Expecting to re-
ceive a master's or professional degree
in December 1967 must file a diploma
application in the Graduate School's
Office of Student Services by Fri.,
Sept. 22. No student can be recom-
mended for a degree unless he has
filed formal application in the Gradu-
ate School by that date.
LS&A Seniors and Juniors Advanced
Classification Winter Term 1968: Cur-
rent seniors may begin making appoint-
ments with their counselors on Wed.,
Sept. 20. Juniors and second semester
sophomores may begin making their
appointments on Mon., Oct. 2. Appoint-
ments are to be made in person at the
Junior-Senior Counseling Office, 1223.
Regents' Meeting: Fri., Oct. 20. Com-
munications for consideration at this
meeting must be in the President's
hands no later than Oct. 5.
Doctoral Examination for Michael F.
Zweig, Economics; thesis: "Forecasting
State Tax Revenues," Tues., Sept. 19.
Room 19 Economics Bldg., at 9:30 a.m.
Chairman, D. B. Suits.
Doctoral Examination for John An-
thony DeSanto, Physics; thesis: "Some
Aspects of Three-Particle Scattering,"
Tues., Sept. 19. Room 629 Physics-
Astronomy Bldg. at 1:30 p.m. Chairman,
M. H. Ross.

year as Vogue Jr. Editor, trip to Paris Office Representative insurance.
with Vogue editors covering Paris col- FRI., SEPT. 29 (All Day)-
lections. Must graduate in '67-68 year, John Hancock Mutual Life Insur- .
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Those elegible to submit thesis noti- Masters degrees in Engl., Gen. Lib.
fied Dec. 18; thesis due Feb. 5, win- Arts, Hist., Philo., Psych., Speech, Soc.
ners notified April 15. and Bus. Ad. for life insurance sales
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SEPT. 25-
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Texas Instruments, Inc.-Semiconduc-
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Continental Aviation & Engineering.
Continental Motors Corp.
Digital Equipment Corp.
Keeler Brass Co.
Texas Instruments, Inc.-Semiconduc-
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Warwick Electronics, Inc.
SEPT. 27-
Avco Lycoming Div.
Bucyrus-Erie Co.
Douglas Aircraft Div. - McDonnell
Douglas Corp.
Mechanical Handling Systems, Inc. &
American ChainN Cable.
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f .I',t\lt.. il'.l Investigation of Synthetic Routes to
Indole Alkaloids Containing the 2-Az-
NO e Eabielclo (3.3.1) Uonane System," Tues.,
N.C S Sept. 19, Room 3003 Chemistry Bldg.,
at 2 p.m. Chairman, Richard G. Law-
ton.
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially Doctoral Examination for William
recognized and registered student orga- Michael Boorstein, Metallurgical Engi-
nizations only. Forms are available in neering; thesis: "ThesKinetics of Solu-
Rm. 1011 SAB. tion of Several Gases in Liquid Iron
and Iron Alloys," Wed., Sept. 20. Room
Engineering Council, meeting, Sept. 3018 East Engineering, at 2 p.m. Chair-
20, 7 p.m., 3511 SAB. man, R. D. Pehlke.
UM Amateur Radio Club sponsors Doctoral Examination for Harriet Su-
code and theory classes, beginning zanne Katcher Pollatsek, Mathematics;
Wed., Sept. 20, 7 p.m., Room 2080 East thesis: "Groups Generated by Trans.
Engineering Bldg., for four available vections over Perfect Fields of Char-
classes of amateur license-novice, acteristic Two," Wed., Sept. 20, Room
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University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, sponsors a get-acquainted
hour with new students, Sept. 20, 9
p.m., also at 10 p.m. midweek devotion
with Holy Communion.
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Southern Asia Club: Bag lunch meet-
ing on Thurs., Sept. 21, at 12 noon in
Room 1 of Lane Hall. Prof. Roger
Smith of the political science depart-
ment will speak on "Research Prob-
lems in Southeast Asia." Anyone inter-
ested is invited to attend.
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