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TiUESD'AY, SEPITEMBIER 14, 1965

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AT THE CAMPUS-UNFORTUNATELY:
'The Collector's' Buildup Punctured:
Acting, Directing a Disappointment

By MICHAEL JULIAR
At The Campus Theater
For months, we have been told'
why Samantha Eggar and Ter-
rence Stamp won both Cannes
Film Festival awards for acting
and why William Wyler has been
acclaimed from the trade papers
of Hollywood.b to the magazine
stalls of New York. We have been
told how Miss Eggar was picked
for the part of a kidnapped art
student --- supposedly beyond the
talents she had showed to that
time-and was put through excru-
ciating rehearsal sessions to pro-
duce, voila, like the bunny out of
the bat and with all the fleshy,
fleshy tones of a Playmate of the
Month, what we see here throughI
the kind offices (f Mr. Wyler.
We have been told by that
shutterbug's delight-Life Maga-I
BEER-PIZZA-BANJOS
BIMBO'

zine--about the proceedings on the
sets and in the movie itslf. Oth-
er .nice magazines told us about
z erence Stamp and his first lead-
ing role as a Botticelli angel in
"Billy Budd" several years back.
We have been told about the im-
maculate conceptions of that mas-
terful technician, Mr. Wyler, and
how he can mold such fine per-
formances out of those formless
actors and actresses-and in this
particular case, Mr. Stamp and
Miss Eggar.
Real Thought
And, of course, we have been
told about the book by John
Fowles; hot his first novel in
print, but his first nice effort at
real and articulated thought.
This is called pre-selling a prod-
uct.
Now for a consumer's report.
As soon as that lepidopterist Mr.
Stamp grabbed Miss Eggar early
in the film to keep her from es-
caping from the renovated Hol-
lywood-'65-on-the-Thames dun-
geon and, unexpectedly and pas-
sionately, whispered in her sur-
prised left ear (as far as ears can
be surprised), "I love you," I
laughed and my friends laughed
and everyone else around me
laughed.
'Appropriate Laughs'
From that moment on, we list-
ened in awe. Appropriate laughs
followed such appropriate lines as
(roughly transcribed), 'You have
collected all these butterflies and
now you want to %dd me to your

collection." And, "You are dead!"
(she screams at him in despair;
with a new Hollywoxd twist, she
is the one to die). And, "I am go-
ing to die here, aren't I? I'll never
leave!"
Foolish girl. You'll never act
well either, though I have seen
pickles with better liner. Emotive
sighs reminiscent of Fay Wray
and Thera Bara, sharp turns of
that beautiful head and long quiz-
zical looks over the camera's
shoulder at Stamp are not good
acting or even revesaing directing.
Miss Eggar's acting couldn't get
her into the Detroit Police Depart-
ment's.daily mornig lineup.
Criticises Stamp
Through no conscious sexual
partiality I am aware of, I think
that Stamp might be able to act
his way out of the lineup, or even
a paper bag, but not the Oscar
nomination he is assured of get-
ting. The nomination is fine fuel
for the critical fires with which;
I would like to condemn his pars-
ing of his lines. It all makes me
certain that if we give Oscar-

that great canary of success-an-
other bird seed or performer, we
may not have an actor or actress
left in the world by 1984.
The color is something else. It
is about the best control Holly-
wood has ever put over this candy-
coated circus monster. It is used
to little effect, unfortunately The
browns, mauves, charcoals, blacks
and other dark and neavy colors
are emphasized in the sets, but
only included haphazard'y and in-
significantly in the directoral
composition of the different
scenes.
Before this was written, many
people were condemning my lack.
of perception, my ineptitude and
eccentrically slanted critical pow-
ers, at least as applied to "The
Collector.' I mly ask them to
listen to thei own laugha at what
should be the cr1 ically iranMatie
points in the picture. Pa ple don't

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Ann Arbor Postmaster Donald
G. Bachman, Sr. asked yesterday
for the cooperation of all r si-
dents who are living in -multiple
family dwellings to cleary affix
their names to the recepta:le in
which mail is to be del'vered.
Bachman said the Post Office
is unable to effect deivery on a
large amount of mail because there
is no indication at the building
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In a number of cases, he re-
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installed. Receptacles must be
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dwellings, for the mail larger than
letter size, that mostly will not
fit in apartment size mail boxes.
Bachman said mail that remains
undeliverable for a period of 10
days must be returned to the
sender.

Across Campus

TUESDAY, SEPT.14C
9 a.m.-Vice-President for Aca-
demic Affairs Allan F. Smith will
give the opening address at thel
International Conference on Al-
ternative Perspectives on Viet NamX
in the Rackham Lecture Hall. 1
2 p.m.-Rev. Thomas Haggai, ac
young Baptist minister from Highc
Point, N.C., will conduct an in-e
formal discussion, open to all in-t
terested persons, concerning "Eth-
ics, Morality and Religion in Busi-t
ness in Room 131, Graduate School
of Business Administration. ,
4:15 p.m.-The Office of Reli-
gious Affairs Lecture Series will
present Milan Opocensky, Sr., sen-
ior lecturer in systematic theology,
University of Prague, Czechoslova-
kia, speaking on "Prague Con-I
fronts the Nature of Man" in Aud.
A.
7:30 p.m. - Mrs. Emme Bippus
will open the Art in the Amer-n
icas Lecture Series with a lecturer
entitled "Enter the Spanish" int
the Rackham Amphitheatre. r
8 p.m.-The Libertarian League
presents Leonard Read, presidentr
of- the Foundation for Economic
Education, speaking on "Spreadingn
the Idea of No Special Privileges,
for Anyone" in Aud. A.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15
Noon-Tony Stoneburner, doc-
toral candidate in the Department
of English, will lead an Office

of Religious Affairs Book Discus-;
sion on "The Secular City" by;
Harvey Cox in Room 2, Michigan+
League.
3 p.m.--Richard A. Cloward,
professor of social work at Colum-
bia University, will address a so-
cial work-social science colloquium
on the subject "A Political An-
alysis of the Crisis over Mobiliza-
tion for Youth" in Aud. C.
8 p.m.-The Ann Arbor Commit-
tee to End the War in Viet Nam
will hold an organizational meet-
ing in Auditorium A of Angell
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

Hall. This will be a committee of
students, faculty, and interested
citizens to plan and coordinate
local activities protesting the war
in Viet Nam.

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simply affix their name on their
do and don't notice it when a poor mailboxes. This will result in im-
product such as this is efficiently proved mail service for all con-,
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Guild House, Tuesday seminar, Ex-
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U. of M. Libertarian League presents
Leonard E. Read, president of the
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who will speak on "Spreading the
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
Day Calendar
Programmed Learning for Business
Workshop--Paul G.' Herrick, director,
"Using, Evaluating, Selecting, and Writ-
ing Programmed Materials": Michigan
UniOn, 8:30 a.m.
Training and Development, Personnel
Office University Management Seminar
-L. Clayton Hill, professor emeritus,
Graduate School of Business Adminis-
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Kresge Hearing Research, 8:30 a.m.,
International Conference on Alterna-
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nominees sufficient time to prepare
and submit the required credentials,
faculty members are urged to send
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Letters of nomination should in-
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and should be sent to Prof. Otto G.
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Frieze Bldg., the University of Michi-'
gan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Seniors interested in advanced study
and a teaching career whose academic
performance merits nomination fhr
Woodrow Wilson fellowships may con-
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Morris Greenhut, 2634 Haven, concern-
ing qualifications and procedures.
Open Meeting on Graduate Fellowship
Programs for undergraduates and grad-
uate students; University and National
fellowship programs will be explained
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Tues., Sept. 14, at 3:15 p.m. in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
University Orientation Leaders: Offi-
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(wallets, meal tickets, evaluation
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Kashiwai-Nichome, Ichikawa, Chiba, Ja-
pan, Sept. 13-19.
Hans Renk, president of the student
body, University of Basel, correspond-
ent for the newspaper "Basler Nach-
richten," Switzerland, Sept. 19-23.
Pavel Eisler, associate professor of
economic history, Prague School of Epo-
nomics, Prague, Czechoslovakia, Sept.
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trial relations, "On-the-Job Interview- draw during the third through sixth
Ing and Counseling": Michigan Union, week of classes (Sept. 13 through Oct. 8,
1 p.m. 1965) shall pay a disenroliment fee of
$30 or shall forfeit 50 per cent of the
Office of Religious Affairs Lecture - assessed tuition whichever is larger,
Milan Opocensky, Sr., lecturer in sys- Withdrawal form No. 615, obtainable
tematic theology, University of Prague, at school offices, must be dated not
Czechoslovakia, "Prague Confronts the later than Oct. 8, 1965 to qualify. Stu-
Nature of Man": Aud. A, Angell Hall, dents presenting the withdrawal notice
4:15 p.m with a date after Oct. 8, 1965 shall
pay the fall term tuition in full.
Art in the Americas Lecture-"'Enter If you attempt to "drop" all courses
the Spanish": Rackham Amphitheatre, without selecting new ones, you are
7:30 p.m. considered to be in a withdrawal status
and a Change of Election Permit is not
Graduate School of Business Admin- required.
istration-The Rev. Thomas Haggai,
High Point, N.C.,. will lead an informal The Michigan Memorial-Phoenix Proj-
discussion on "Ethics, Morality and ect invites requests for faculty re-
Religion in Business," Room 131 Bus. search grants to support research in
Ad., Sept. 14, 2 p.m. All students and those fields within the scope of the
faculty invited. Project. Awards may be granted to
assist investigations in the social,
Lecture: PhiLamba Upsilon (honor- philosophical, legal or economic as-
ary chemistry fraternity) will hold a pects of nuclear energy; the physi-
meeting Tues., Sept. 14, 8 p.m., West cal, mathematical and chemical as-
Conference Room, Rackham Bldg. Prof. pects of nuclear theory; the use of
M. L. Tamres of the Chemistry De- radioisotopes in the biological, medical,
partment will speak on "Impressions physical and engineering sciences; ra-
of India." The program portion of the diation-induced changes in physical
meeting is open to the public. There and biological systems; and the re-
will be a business meeting at 7:30 lease, control and utilization of nu-

TODAY
NOON LUNCHEON BOOK DISCUSSION
THE SEC ULAR CITY
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Speaker:'

MR. TONY STONEBURNER,
Doctoral Candidate, Department of English

p.m.
Colloquium--Dame Kathleen Lons-
dale, University College, University of
London, will speak on "Recent Re-
search on the Crystallography and His-
tory of Bladder Stones," Tues., Sept. 14,
4 p.m., Room 1300 of the Chemistry
Bldg.
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are most appropriate. Grants may cover
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these grants should be returned to
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at the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory on
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for students and $1.50 for faculty, staff The following are the foreign visi-
and spouses. tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be on campus
Woodrow Wilson Fellowships: Nomi- this week on the dates indicated. Pro-
nations for Woodrow Wilson Fellow- gram arrangements are being made by
ships for first year graduate work Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
leading to a career in college teaching Center, 764-2148.
are due October 31. Only faculty mem- Milos Misovic, editor of NIN, week-
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for nomination are men and women Yugoslavia, Sept. 9-Dec. 15.
of outstanding ability who are seniors. All D. Arseven, associate in measure-
or graduates not now enrolled in a ment, Ankara, Turkey, Sept. 12-Oct. 15.
graduate school, or graduates now in 1 Alfred Searle, professor of chemical
the armed forces who will be free to engineering, University of Concepcion.
enter a graduate school in 1966-67. Sen- Chile, Sept. 12-Oct. 15.
'ors who next semester will be double Akira Takahashi, assistant professor
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