THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Fridoy, April 4, 1969
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By LESLIE WAYNE
One look at the ads at the
bottom of this page, or any,
other page of today's Daily will
show that the prospects for this
weekend's entertainment are
pretty bleak indeed. Sure, you
can go to see Faces or Charley
and have a good cry, you can
get drunk again (so what's so
different about the' weekend) or
you can study with your girl-
friend til the UGLI closes and
get a greasy pizza from the jug.
Although something can be
said for spontaneous on-the-
spot decisions, this is pretty
sloppy thinking. I mean you've
got about fifty-fifty chance for
success. What's really needed is
PLANNING. Planning--the es-
sence of a good weekend. How
can you fail with a weekend
chock full of goodies and sur-
prises that will pop up hour
after hour, minute after minute?
So in the name of advance
planning, I humbly put forward
this guide. Granted it isn't per-
fect; you can adopt it to your
personal tastes and desires. But
it's Easter weekend, Passover
time-and you can celebrate in'
the following manner:.
MC-5 homecoming at the.
Grande Ballroom. Despite the
fact the Uncle Russ Gibbs' prices
are outrageous and the Grande
is filled with obnoxious teeny-
FRIDAY, APRIL 4
South and Southwest Bag Lunch, Dr..
John Headington, U. of M. Medical
School, "Medical Education in Thai-
land", Friday, Apr. 4, Lane Hall Base-
Astronomical Colloquium. Dr. Kurt
Hunger.nDirector, Astrophysical Insti-
tute. University of Berlin. West Berlin,
"Helium Stars,' Room 296 Physics-As-
tronomy Bldg. 4:00 p.m.
Cinema Guild: "I Vitelloni" directed
byrFederico Fellini:5Architecture Aud-.
'torium, 7:00 and 9:05. p.m.
Professional Theatre Program: Ben
Jonson's "The Alchemist" by the Strat-
ford National Theatre of Canada: Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theater, 2:30 and 8:00
Current Position Openings received
by General -Division by mail and phone:
not interviews on' campus. Please call
764-7460 for application details:
State District Court, Saginaw, Mich.:
IPobation Officer, degree in Police Ad?
mn., Corrections, Psychology, Soc. or
North American Benefit Association,
Port Huron, Mich.: Manager of Salesi
Promriotion, responsibilities in sales,
promotion of 2 major contests per year
and other, advertising, and other con-
ferences and promotions.
Otsego County. Herald Times, Gay-
lord, Mich.: editor - photographer for
bops, Ann Arbor's own men are
waiting to be welcomed back
from their nationwide tour.
It's good to see they are back
and well considering they had
been held on drug and rape
charges while in California.
Keep up the good work boys.
Ypsi-Ann 'Drive-In-If your
car conks out in Ypsi, stop in
and see this American Inter-
national triple bill - The Trip
with Peter Fonda, Three in the
Attic with Chris Jones and Wild
in the Streets again with Chris'
Jones. Such a deal.
Sleep in, a big, night ahead.
Food-Krazy Jim's for a Blimpy
burger to start the day off right.
Also only place for a decent 10c
cup of coffee.
2:00 p.m.-Tube time. A rock-
in', rollickin' wide screen sen-
sation of the comedy, tragedy,
pathos and love of those who
make the music business go'
round. The Big Beat, a 1958
flick featuring Fats Domino,
the George Shearing 'Quintet
and Harry James.
3:00 p.m.-Civic Duty time.-
Talk to the man who will give
Ann Arbor a decent tenants
rights act-Robert Harris. Har-
ris will be appearing with The
Rhythm Method (it's a band)
at a Law Quad mixer. "Rock
out some live sounds at Stu-
dents for Harris," says rollick-
ing Mark M. Levin '70.
seasonal publications such as the free,
summer, "I-75 North". Good writing
background, some camera exper., ex-
tensive travel required by car in sev-
eral county areas.
Physics Intenational Company, San
Leandro, Calif.: Engineers and physic-
ists for Pulsed Power and Electron
Beam Technology, and Dynamic High-
State of Washington: Wildlife Agent,
Fisheries aPtrol Officer, Work Incen-
tive Program Supervisor.
State of Utah: Programmers at sev-
State of Michigan: Research Analyst,
BA in stat., soc., psych. and adv. de-
gree in one of these areas. Vision tech-
State of Connecticut: Mental Health
ServicesAssistants Administrator, BA
and ,2 years in bus, or hosp. mngmt, or
masters. Admin Children's Services,
MSW plus 5 yrs. Sr. Medical Record
AIgonne National Laboratory, A r-
gonne, Ill.: Math and physics graduates
interested in computer programming.
Wix Corporation, Gastonia, N o r t h
Carolina: Regional Sales Manager, filt-
er manufacturer selling in automotive
aftermarket, manger in midwest. Some
trvel, Chicago location.
Hexcel, Dublin, California: Training
Supervisor, degree, masters desirable, in
personnel or training, several years ex-
per, in industrial employee and supv.
Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-
Patterson AFB, Ohio: General Engi-
neer, degree and 3 years exper. Other
positions in Digital Computer syst.,
Photo Interpretation for intelligence
research, other engineering positions,
translation, historian, physicist, chem-
Donald Alfred Sommerfeld, Educa-
tion and Psychology, Dissertation: "Job
Training Programs in Detroit: A Com-
parative Study," on Friday, April 4 at
9:00 a.m. in East Alcove, Rackham
3:30 p.m.-So you're for Bal-
zhiser, huh. Flip to Channe:
.seven and hear ace sportscaste:
Chris Schenkel host the Pr(
Bowlers Annual Tournament of
Champions. None of this "Beal
the Champ" stuff. These me:
are fighting it out for their kid':
college education and a Cadil-
lac in the garage-$100,000. Cal:
764-0552, I'll give you 2 to1
for defending champ Day,
5:00 p.m.-While you're sit-
ting in the laundromat waiting
for your clothes to dry, start
Slaughter House Five-Vonne
gut's new book. J. Gray, Dail)
literary editor says "Dig it." Ii
not, get Portnoy's Ciomplaint-
talk of the cocktail party cir
cuit. Daniel Okrent, Daily Art.
Editor emeritus says "Read it.
8:00 p.m.-Relax to the ab-
surdity of The Newlywed Gam
Channel 7). Hear Sandra Krupe
tell her new husband Jim that
she wears dentures.
9:00 p.m. - Emanual Lask:
will be doing his big hits "Wel-
fare . Cheese," "You must bE
Crazy," and "More Love" at thi
Ann Arbor Armory. Detroit':
No. 1 "D. J." Butter Ball, Jr. i
MC. If you don't have a wad
over, call Veteran's Cab com
pany and'ask for cab no. 50 -
the driver will be glad to ob-
12:00 midnight - Blues gel
youdown? Call collect to 442
4554 (Detroit) and speak to
Building, Chairman: W. R. Dixon.
William George Moller, Jr., Busine
Administration,' Dissertation: "US. r
ract Foreign Manufacturing Investme:
and its Effects on Exports of the Pa
ent Company," on Friday, April 4
10:00,a.m. in Eighth Floor Conferen
Room, T'usiness School, Chairman:
James Burnham Hau e, Music, Di
sertationr: "A History of the Michig
School Band and Orchestra Associatio
The First Twenty-Five Years - 193
1959," on Friday, April 4 at 1:00 p.
in 2277 School of Music, -Chairman:
Lars Erik Olsson, Meteorology, D1
sertation: "Lake Effects on Air Poll
tion Dispersion," on Friday, April 4.
1:00 p.m. in Room 4072A East Engi
eering Building, Chairman: A. C. Wii:
Victor Lew Wallace, Electrical End
neering, Dissertation: "The Solution
Quasi Birth and Death Processes Ar
ing From Multiple Access, Compui
Systems," on Friday, April 4 at 1
p.m. in Room 2080 East Engin eeri
Building, Chairman : K. B. Irani.
Marvin Herald Lindemuth, Edu
tion, Dissertation: "An Analysis of t:
Leader Behavior of Academic Deans
Related to the Campus Climate in S
(Continued on Page 10)
Samp Combs. On July 24, 1958,
Combs, a hard-living, h a r d
drinking Kentucky painter slip-
ped and fell sixty feet. When he
awoke in the Hospital he found
his back was broken in sev-
eral places, his spinal cord
crushed ribs, broken lung, punc-
tured, eyes out of focus and
stomach tissues broken. During
the long recovery, Christ came
to him and he began his per-
sonal one-man ministry over
12:30 a.m. - Feeling better?
John Gray and Danny Okrent
w ill meet on the Diag for a game
of kickballY. ou bring the ball.
2:00 a.m. - THIS YOU
CAN'T .MISS!!!! Thousands of
legs choreographed by Buzby
Berekeley with EDDIE CANTOR
tell the story of a young man
from Brooklyn who is mistaken
for a famous matador South of
the Border. The Kid r o m
Spain, a 1932 Depression-escap-
ism classic on Channel 2.
4:00 a.m. - Tune in WBAP,
820 in your AMiradio dial (just
passed CKLW). You can c all
Bill Mack the all-night disk
jockey from Fort Worth, Texas,
and request tunes that can be
sent out to truck drivers all over
6:00 a.m. - SLEEP, p e r-
chance to dream.
8:30 a.m. - It's Easter a n d
you're not with your family.
Feel guilty? Turn on channel 9
for an Easter Hymn Sing. This
week's selections include "Child-
ren of Jerusalem," "Take My
Mother Home," and "There is a
Green Hill Far Away."
9:00 a.m. - Can't get out of
bed? Channel 2 Mass for Shut-
NOON. - Easter dinner. Go
to Weber's and see if you can
get the maitre d' with the toupe.
Don't leave a tip, they make a
1:00 p.m. - New York Times.
While you're perusing the ma-
gazine racks, check out TV
Movie & Screen and find "How
God Helped Mike Douglas Face
His Secret Fears." Also Scoop
Pix (in color) on the Lennon
Sisters in a 'love-in'.
1:55 p.m. - NBA Play-offs
for you sport fans. Your friend
and mine Chris Schenkel is back
for an appearance with the
Philadelphia 76ers and the Cel-
tics at Boston. Channel 7 in
4:00 p.m. - Pals Bing Cros-
by and Phil Harris hunt sand
grouse in Tanzania, East Africa
on American Sportsman (Chan-
nel 7). TV Guide says Crosby
and Harris "bag themselves and
some laughs besides."
4:30 p.m. - Roller Derby
(Channel 24). Pick one of the
lovely young ladies for y o u r
6:00 p.m. - University of Ari-
zona takes on Colgate Univer-
sity. A regular East vs. West
dual on tonight's College Bowl
8:00 p.m. - Little Sherri and
Little Suzi invite you to tea and
crumpets (320 Thompson, Apt.
1) while you watch the Oxford-
Cambridge boat races on Chan-
nel 9. Sherri will show you slides
of her recent London trip.
9:00 p.m. -- Jerry Lee Lewis
and his pumping piano will be
on Tom Jones variety show
(Channel 24). Groove to "Great
Ball of Fire," "Move on Down
the Line," "Long Tall Sally,"
and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Go-
10:00 p.m. - Begin y o u r
weekend studying or forget it
and go see Joanna.
Representatives for World Campus Afloat, Chap-
man College will be in the Union, International
Center, April 3-7 to distribute information about on
accredited semester of around-the-world travel and
shipboard study. Slides willbe shown for all inter-
ested students and faculty.
MONDAY, APRIL 7
International Center 5:30 pam.
For additional information contact World
man College, Orange, Calif. 92666.
Campus Afloat, Chap-
dir. Frederico Fellini ('1953)
-Act to eliminate conditions that
led to flooded basements in the
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Every now and then a movie cdmes along
that gives one the feeling that things are
going to change. They don't really or at
least very slowly and haltingly, for habits of
mind and operation in so expensive a medi-
um as that of feature film are relatively
fixed, and the tendency is to do it the old
way. But% then The Graduate suddenly
breaks through, or Bonnie and Clyde, and
a few more people get the chance to do it
their own way. This year it may well be
Joanna, which Twentieth Century-Fox is
releasing, that will signal, another change
of direction. In technique it is fresh; its
spirit is contemporary; its attitudes are
youthfully free of cant or moralizing.
The movie was made in London, and it
tells a relatively simple story. It's all about
a pretty, leggey, teen-age girl called Joanna
who comes to London to study art and who,
let us say, is inclined to diversify her affec-
tions. It would be Wrong to call her promis-
cuous because, the word has a moralistic
ring. There's nothing bad' or wrong about
Joanna. She enjoys sleeping with whoever
happens to strike her fancy at the right
moment. Her view of reality is slightly
askew, mainly because she's almost childish-
ly caught up in a fantasy of who she is.
Michael Sarne, a twenty-eight-year-old
former pop singer and composer, photog-
rapher, journalist, book and film critic, wrote
the story and directed it; Michael Laughlin,
a twenty-eight-year-old American from Illi-
nois produced it; and, very importantly,
Walter Lassally, the brilliant young camera-
man of Tom Jones, photographed it. They
all somehow provide the conviction that
they knew exactly what they were doing and
how to do it. It's as though they said to each
other: "Let's make a. story about a crazy,
cheeky, beautiful girl, the kind who comes
to London and wanders into spmeone's bed,
who shows up at parties in Chelsea, who
seems built by nature to wear mini-skirts,
who doesn't understand a thing, and yet is
somehow lovable. And let's tell about the
people she runs into, and what happens to
them and to her because of them."
That's about all the movie does for its
two-hour length, but it does it so winningly,
with such tender, tolerant understanding
of the girl, that it is a joy to watch., For a
while, one is not even much aware of the
fact that a story is being told. We meet
Joanna casually; catch glimpses of her here
and there; suddenly are catapulted into one
of her girlish fantasies; see her yawning,
running, talking to someone at a party;
learning about life from a serious young
artist; being rejected by a boy who is as
diversified in his affections as she is inclined
to be: visiting a girl friend about to have an
abortion. In Joanna's little world, both black
and white are equally beautiful. Her best
girl friend is a beautiful black girl, whose
brother, handsome and arrogant, Joanna
falls most in love with. The black girl has a
boy friend, Lord Peter Sanderson, a young
man dying of leukemia who doesn't want
his friends to know about it, or grieve over
him when he goes. What helps make. the
movie so pleasing (rather than pleasant) is
that it doesn't make a "thing" out of its
The film is helped immeasurably by Gene-
vieve Waite, who plays Joanna as though
playing herself. Maybe Miss Waite is
Joanna, for I can't separate her from the
role, and I don't ever want to meet her,
because it might spoil the spell she has cast
over me. Miss Waite makes you understand
why all those intelligent, talented young
people wanted to tell Joanna's story. And
she is wonderfully abetted by those who
play the people who flow in and out of her
life, such as Donald Sutherland :as Lord
Peter. Because we are made to see everyone
through Joanna's hazy view, Lord Peter Is
a modern-day saint, even though he is
rich, idle, and hedonistic. He just wants
people to enjoy life while they have it, and
he contributes what he can to that enjoy-
ment. Then there is Calvin Lockhart, as
the black nightclub owner, with a streak
of innate violence, who has his pick of girls
but likes best the complaisant Joanna; and
Christian Doermer, who won't let his birds
interfere with his pursuit of art. In a fan-
tasy ending, these and others (and here, I
think, Mr. Sarne was perhaps influenced by
the ending of Fellini's 81/) perform a show
business salute to the happy-sad-go-lucky
spirit of Joanna. A little too cheeky, maybe.
But providing the ambience, the beauty,
the nostalgia, the charm, is that limpid
photography of Mr. Lassally. And, for mood
there is Rod McKuen's score which has a
"sound" and some simple, evocative songs.
Joanna doesn't say anything "important,"
but it's right out of today, or perhaps what
young people think is today. In its way it
is brave and bold, and I hope it does well.
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