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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVE LR 6 1905

WAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6. i96~

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By PAUL SAWYER
At The cinema Guild
If the best part about experi-
meital film programs is their to-
tal unpredictability from film to
.film, the Cinema Guild's current
such program meets the standard.
It is . full of surprises and the
range of quality is surprisingly
great. Therefore I am recommend-
ing the program, not only because
of the ,good moments, but because
a lively failure is preferable to
the steady stream of mediocrity to
be found elsewhere in town.
The only unqualified disaster is
"The Petrified Dog" (not count-
ing "Cinesumac," which merci-
fullyends after three minutes).
This' tedious film tries to explore,
I assume, different ways of dis-
torting nature, and it has a few
mildly amusing moments( an art-
ist painting in 'an empty frame,
a patient struggling with a skele-
ton, etc.). But it soon loses all
control and degenerates into a
pile 'of convulsively hopping and
blinking people, shot in that
spastic, jerkey style that is so
nerve racking and, by now, old
hat.
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Agnes Varda's "L'Opera Mousse"
is vastly better, but still uneven.
It portrays different aspects of
a Paris slum through eight or ten
episodes that range in style from
abstract to naturalistic. The shots
of assorted derelicts comprise the
most grimly memorable 'moments
of the film. After one such se-
quence, entitled "Drunkenness,"
Miss Varda cuts to a smashed egg
and a dying chick struggling
feebly inside a drinking glass. The
shock of such moments clashes
with the complacent artiness of
the other episodes, however, and
the film loses much of its impact
and unity.
Gregory Markopoulos' "Eldora,"
shot in color, uses romantic sym-
bols to explore a woman's reaction
to the end of an affair. Although
not as bad as the title, it is not
exceptional.
"Catholicism" is a lyrical exam-
ination of a sanctuary and various
objects found in it. It has some
fine moments, but the subject,
after all, is an easy one.
Brakhage's "Blue Moses," on the
other hand, is a complete rejec-
tion (I guess the In-term is "ne-
gation") of subject and meaning.
While a single "Actor" makes
some tired jokes about the artist-

audience relationship, Brakhage
keeps the audience visually, if not
intellectually, entertained by some
dazzlingly fancy special effects.
If it is not art, at least it is first-
rate exhibitionism.
The program, ends in a flash of
brilliance with Karel Reisz' noted
documentary "We Are the Lam-
beth Boys." Unlike the other films,
this one exalts subject matter over
style, which in this case is the
day-by-day activities of a youth
club in the middle of a London
housing project. In, fact, the
camera does not "portray" the
youngsters but lives among them
and occasionally forgets itself al-
together.
If as a result some of the scenes
seem to drag, the audience has
seen, by the end, a series of re-
markably candid facial expressions
and -conversations through which
one gets, an extraordinarily clear
idea of what it is like to be one
of these youngsters.
This film does not idealize. It is
about ordinary people living in a
depressed urban area who are
getting the opportunity to live
decent and happy lives, largely
due to the existence of the youth
club. Reisz expresses the essential
point of the film with a quietness
and forcefulness that makes this
film an almost perfect example
of its kind.

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for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
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Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Day Calendar
Pharmacy Day-Registration, Pharm-
acy-Chemistry Bldg., 9 a.m.
Profssional Theatre Program Perform-
ance-APA Company in Archibald Mac-
Leish's "Herakies": Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, 2:30 and 8 p.m.
Cinema Guild - Experimental Film
Program Number One: Architecture
Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
General Notices
Linguistics Club Lecture: Profs.
Gordon E. Peterson and June E. Shoup
will speak on "A Physiological Pho-
netic Theory,", Thurs., Nov. 11, 7:30
p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Education Juniors and Seniors: Ap-
plocations for School of Education
Scifolarships for the Winter Term (II)
are now available in Rn. 1432,Univ.
School. Applicants must have high
scholastic standing. The application
and interview should be completed dur-
ing November.
Doctoral Examination for Joseph
Glenn Wirth, Chenistry; thesis: "Syn-
theses and Reactions of Diabomethyl 1-
1, 2, 3-Triasoles," Mon., Nov. 8, 3003
Chemistry Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chairman,
P. A. S. Smith.
Flu Shots: There will be a "flu shot"
clinic at the. Health Service Tues.,'
Nov. 9 from 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m.
The charge is $1 for students and
spouse and $1.50 for faculty, staff and
spouses.
NOTE: This will be the last "flu
shot" clinic this year.
Doctoral Examination for William
James Moroz, Meteorology; thesis: "The
Lake Breeze Circunlation Along the
Shoreline of a Large Lake," Mon., Nov.
8, 550 E. Engrg. Bldg., at 11 a.m.
Chairman, E. W. Hewson.
Doctoral Examination for James Rob-
ert Peterson, Psychology; thesis: "Ef-
fects of S-R Coding on the Rate of Gain
of Information," Mon., Nov. 8, 112 W.
Physics Bldg., at 10 a.m. Chairman, R.
W. Pew.
Office for Study Abroad: Will hold a
meeting for all students interested in
the Junior Year in Aix-en-Provence,
France, in - the Third Floor Conference
Room of the Michigan Union at 7:30
p.m., Tues., Nov. 9.
Naval Reserve Research Company 9-3:
Next drill Mon., Nov. 8, 7:30 p.m., at
Conductron Corp., Plymouth Rd. Speak-
er, Larry Dobrun,%"Marine-Seismic Da-
ta Analysis."
Placement .
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau
of Appointments-Seniors a grad stu-
dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
ments with the following:

TUES., NOV. 9- 1
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance
Co., Milwaukee, Wis.-BA & MA's in
Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts & Law for terri-
torial sales (p.m. only).
Housing and Home Finance Agency,
Wash., D.C.-Men & women. Degrees in
Architect., Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog.,
Law, Math, etc. for positions in public
admin. Various major U.S. cities,
WED., NOV. 10-
Union- Carbide Nuclear Div., Oak,
Ridge, Tenn.-Men & women, all degree
levels in biochem., chim. (analyt., gen.,
inorg. & physical), Lib. science, math,
& physics. Positions in R. & D., Prod. &
instrumentation located at Oak Ridge
& Paducah, Ky. (p.m. only).
University of Rochester, College of
Business, Rochester, N.Y.-Men & wom-
en. BA's in Astro., Biochem., Econ., Gen.
Lib. Arts, Geol., Physics, etc. for grad
study leading to MBA.
Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.,
London, England-Men & women. PhD's
& post-doctorals in Biochem., Chem.
(Analyt., Gen., Inorg. & Physical),
Math, Microbiol, & Physics. Must be a
citizen of a British Commonwealth
nation. Positions in res. & all fields of
mgmt. Advice & information available
to anyone interested in a posotion in
a British University.
. Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., Detroit
-BA & MA's in Econ., Educ., Gen.
Lib. Arts, Geog., Journ., etc. for posi-
tions in Insurance (Home Office and
Claims) & field repres. Offices through-
out U.S.
Control Data Corp., Minneapolis,
Minn. -- Men & women, degrees in
math & physics for elec. computing &
territorial sales located throughout U.S.
(p.m. only).
Army Special Services, Wash., D.C.
-Men & women. Degrees in Recrea-
tion, Dramatics, Phys. Ed., Gen. Lib.
Arts, Journ., Music, Speech, Lib. Sci-
ence, etc. for positions as recreation
specialists. Around the world locations.
'household Finance, Southfield, Mich.
-BA's in Fine Arts & Gen. Lib. Arts
for banking, mgmt. trng. & public ad-
min. Men.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
The following list of Michigan schools
[will interview at the Bureau for pros-
pective teachers for January 1966 place-
ment.
TUES., NOV. 9-
Detroit-All Fields.
Swartz Creek-Elem. 1, 3, & 5, J.H.
Engl./SS.
WED., NOV.10-
Allen Park-Elem.: 4th Grade, J.H.:
Math, Gen. Set., Engl., Math/Sc., H.S.:
Bus. Ed., Hist./SS.
Hazel Park-Elem.: Visiting Teacher,
Speech Corr., Lib.: J.H.: -Ind. Arts, Adj.
Problems, Sec. Mentally Handicapped.
THURS., NOV. 11--
Walled Lake-Elem. 6th Grade, Sec.
Math, Ind. Arts.
Battle Creek-J.H.: Soc. Stud, Engl./
Soc. Stud.; Ind. Arts, Engl., Math, Spec.
Ed., Deaf, Speech Corr., Mentally Re-
tarded, Occupational Therapy.
FRI., NOV. 12-
Armada-Elem. 1, 4, and 5.
Ferndale-Elem. K, 1, and 3, Biology,
Speech Corr., Bus. Law.
MON., NOV. 15-
Detroit (Redford Union Schs.)-Elem.:
Vocal Music, J.H.: Math, Engl./SS,!
Draft., H.S.: Metal Shop, Ind. Math/
Shop.
TUES., NOV., 16--
Alpena-Fields not announced.
Standish (Sterling Comm. Schs.) -
Elem. Art, Higher Sec. Math, Vocal
Music K-12.
WED., NOV. 17-
Rudyard-Kdg., Elem., Elem. Guld.
East Lansing-Elem.; t2 time French,
H.S.: German, Soc. Stud., "Head Start"
Teacher.
Trenton-Elem. Type A, Speech Cor-
rection, Visiting Teacher.
Livonia-Elem. K-6, Engl., Ind. Arts,
Dist. Ed., Library, Engl./SS, Math/St.,
Math, Science, Visiting Teacher.

THURS., NOV. 18-
Clio-Elem. 1st Grade, J.H.: Arts/
Craft (Man), Home Ec., Girls PE, Boys
PE, Counsel/Lib.
Warren-Elem.: Lib., Vocal Music,
Speech Corr., Deaf, Visiting Teacher,
J.H.: Rem. Reading, H.S.: Physics/
Math, Chem./Biol., Engl.
Flint-Elem.: Rem. Reading, Home-
bound, Speech Corr., Math, J.H.: Gen.
Sci., Core (SS/Engl), H.S.: Engl., Math,
Auto Shop, Boys PE.
'FRI., NOV. 19-
FGrand Haven-Elem. 2, 3, and 4, H.S.
Girls PE, Elem. Lib.
Southgate (Heintzen 'Schs.)-Elem.,
J.H.: Guid./Counsel., Sec.: Art, Girls
PE, Ind. Arts.
Warrenr(Warren Woods P.S.)-Elem.
K-6, Ind. Arts, Home Ec., SS/Engl.,
Math/Science, Elem. for 9/66.
Appointments may be made now,
For additional information and ap-

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SATURDAY, NOV. 6
2:30 and 8 p.m.-The Profes-
sional Theatre Program will pre-
sent the APA in"Herakles" at Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theatre. -
7 and 9.p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present "Topper" at Architecture
Auditorium.
7 and 9 pm.-Cinema Guild will
present Experimental Film Pro-
gram Number One in Architecture
Auditorium.
SUNDAY, NOV. 7
2 p.m.-Students of the Wind
Instrument Department of the
School of Music will give a recital
at Recital Hall, School of Music.
2:30 and 8 p.m.-The Profes-
sional Theatre Program will pre-
sent the APA in "Herakles" at Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theatre.
4 p.m.-Walter Kaufman, De-
partment of Philosophy, Princeton
University, will lecture on "Some
Doubts about Justice" in Auditor-
lum C of Angell Hall.
4:15 p.m.-Jerome Jelinek, cell-
ist, Rhea Kish, pianist, will give
a faculty recital in Rackham Lec-
ture Hall.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present Experimental Film Pro-
gram Number One in Architecture
Auditorium.
7 p.m.-Director of the Mich-
igan branch of the American Civil
Liberties Union Ernest Masey will
speak on the ramifications of
current government policy on stu-
dent dissent in Room 3B of the
Union. After the speech and a
question period, students and fac-
ulty present will discuss what the
academic community should do
about the situation.
HEAR-
Ernest Mosey, Dir, of
the Michigan branch of
the A.C.L.U. on
McCARTHYISM, STUDENT
PROTESTS, and CIVIL
LIBERTIES.

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NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
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Room 1011 SAB.
Newman Student Association, Brewin'
Bee Square Dance (no knowledge of
square dancing necessary, Nov. 6, 8-11
p.m., 331 Thompson.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Worship
services, 9:30 and 11 a.m., 7 p.m., so-
cial hour, Nov. 7, Lutheran Student
Chapel, Hill St. at Forest.
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University Lutheran Chapel, Sunday
morning services, 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.
Synodical Sunday, "What, Can I Do for
the Church?" Bible class at 11:15 a.m.,
"A Barbled Gospel." All welcome. Uni-
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