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June 27, 1961 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1961-06-27

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'AGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDA2

Coston Gets
Year Leave
Dean W. Coston, supervisor of
studio operations for the Univer-
sity Broadcasting Service, is tak-
ing a one-year leave of absence to
accept a post in the Department
of Health Education and Wel-
faie.
'hoMichiganCston will begin his duties as a
special assistant on legislative af-
....__................._ _ fairs in the federal agency July 1.
He will be involved in matters con-
cerning legislative research, help-
ing the department to develop po-
sitions on various bills it submits
Stud. . . to Congress.
In addition to his position at
WUOM, Coston has served as
Welcome to Ann Arbor county Democratic Partyhmeaer-
/, man. He is a former member of
the Ann Arbor City Council and
former chairman of the city Plan-
ning Commission.
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Read the Classifieds
SUMMER 1961
SGC Cinema
Shown at 7:00 and 9:00
JUNE 29-JULY 1
Ingmar Bergman's
SAWDUST AND TINSEL
Ake Gronberg, Harriett Andersson, Hasse Ekman, Anders Ek
Plus, Christmas Slippers-sequences from the Tchaikowsky
opera, with Bolshoi Theatre performers.
JULY 6-8
Serge Eisenstein 's
Ten Days That Shook The World
based on the John Reed report of the Bolshevik Revolution.
Photography by Tisse.
Short: Marcel Marceau's PANTOMIMES (Color)
JULY 13-15
Koji Shima's
THE GOLDEN DEMON (Color)
Jun Negami, Fujiko Yamamoto. "Timeless emotions"-
Arthur Knight.
Short: A PERFECT LADY, Chaplin.

JULY 20-22
De Sica's
THE BICYCLE THIEF
Lamberto Maggiorani, Enzo Staiola. No. 3 of Best Films of
All Times-Brussels 1958 poll of 117 film critics from
26 countries. "Best film in 30 years"-Time
(Awards too many to list)
Short: Herbert Yessely's ON THESE EVENINGS,
Award of Distinction, Creative Film Foundation, 1958.
JULY 27-29
Luis Bunuel's
THIS STRANGE PASSION
Photographed by Gabriel Figueroa. Based on the story "El"
by Mercedes Pinto. Arturo de Cordova, Delia Garces.
A film that explores sickness with a surgeon's scalpel-only
in this case, the body is organized society. When the sick con-
form, individual sanity is powerless. The most telling social docu-
ment of our times. Setting: Mexico.
Plus: DAY DREAMS (Charles Laughton, Elsa Lancaster)
AUGUST 3-5
Ray's PATHER PANCHALI

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