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'Choice' ToI
Barry's Big
By ROGER RAPOPORT
Outside of choosing to run, the
biggest mistake Barry Goldwater
made in his 1964 Presidential
campaign was to stop the showing
of "Choice," a Republican cam-
paign film produced by the
Mothers for a Moral America.
For Goldwater deprived the
public of a first-rate film that
includes some of the funniest
scenes of moral decay in action
since Tom Jones. But now thanks
to the efforts of your local Young
Democrats the film will be shown
Monday night at 7, 8, 9 and 10
p.m. in Aud. A, Angell Hall (for
50 cents).
With narration by Raymond
Massey and a guest appearance
by John Wayne, the audience gets
a 30 minute unadulterated right
wing view of the "Great Society."
The black Lincoln Continental
screeches around the corner and
the fishtails to the pulsating
sound of rock and roll. Hordes of
adults dancing the twist, riots, a
lovely girl in a topless bathing
suit, a man being pushed into a
swimming pool, and a beer can
being tossed out of the Contin-
ental provide a gripping introduc-
tion. Then there is five minutes
of the birth of the nation-Wash-
ington, Jefferson, Statue of Lib-
tre performed original composi- erty, Plymouth Rock et. al. to the
appan Junior High School. strains of "Glory Glory Halleu-
lulah."
"But what has happened to
eAmerica?" asks Massey. More top-
ce less girls, race riots in Harlem and
twisting along with shots of teen-
agers rioting on the beach.
And then Billy Sol Estes, Bobby
ehen, t oTlerote."By
when the people protest," says
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Be Shown:
gest Mistake
included in the film. And in a
shocking expose of the "cancer of
pornography," we are shown fine
holdouts from the latest imported
French literature.
Even the late President John
Kennedy makes the scene, char-t
acterized as a "fine dedicatedf
young leader."
And finally John Wayne stand-t
ing before a gun mounted to the
wall tells all, "You got the strong-
est hand in the world, the hand
that marks the ballot. Use it will
you?" Flash to a Barry Goldwatert
picture. "It's in your handsI
America, in your hands America.I
Which America?"
Then the grand finale, "Choice"z
flashes on the screen. Then Barry,t
"Choice," Race Riot, "Choice,"
Beer Can being thrown out fromj
Continental, 'Choice," Billy Sol,
"Choice" and Barry.
Well you can't win them all.
PH. 483-4680E
FREE IN-CAR HEATERS
ENDS TONIGHT
2ND THRILLING HIT

'DO NOT DISTURB':
Doris Day Does Typical Role

By JOHN ALLEN
At the State Theatre
Doris Day undoubtedly holds
the world's record for Timely Exits
from Tight Spots. How many oth-
er actresses have built their repu-
tations (and their fortunes) by
getting out of beds instead of
into them?
In "Do Not Disturb" she does it
again. From antique shop to ho-
tel, from room to room and from
bed to bed, she runs, leaps, slides,
bounces and collapses - always
on the verge of indiscretion but
never quite indiscreet. It isn't
that she means to get into bed
with all these different men: it
just keeps happening, somehow.
You know how it is . .

Business Executive and Wife'
(sweet and genuine, top to bot-1
tom). After exchanging hand-I
shakes with the All-English Bird-
watchers and Foxchasers Society;
(prim and tweedy, top to bot-1
tom), Sweet Janet goes to Paris!
looking for furniture. There sheI
succumbs to the All-French Wine-;
bibbling and Leering Association;
(lusty and amorous, top to bot-
tom) and falls in with the All-;
Viennese Waltzing and Gluttony
Club (fat and quivery, top to bot-,
tom and back to front). After'
sampling the wine, the cheese, the
men, and the beds, she settles for7
a dining room table and her hus-
band-whom she has been alter-j
nately chasing and running away
from, all evening.
You see, first she thought hel

he thought . . . et cetera, et cetera,
all the way home.
The movie does have its bright
moments. Doris Day is a very fun-
ny drunk. In a gold sheath she is
even sexy, in her American sort
of way. And she doesn't sing, and
she even lets her freckles show-
at least the ones on her back. On
the other hand, the cartoon is aw-
ful, and the newsreel is all about
snow and cold.
As one of our earlier presidents
so astutely pointed out, "Those
who like this sort of thing will
find it the sort of think they
like." Those wh don't like this
sort of thing-well, let the HUAC
investigate them, because the mo-
vie is Genuine American. The
sets and costumes are genuine
American, the hero and heroine
are genuine American, even Paris

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was stepping out with another and London are genuine American.
It all begins when Mike and woman; then he thought she was If you go see it and look for
Janet Harper (Rod Taylor and seeing another man. Then she had nothing more than a Doris Day
you-know-who) take up residence second thoughts, and he had sec- movie, you won't be disappointed.
outside London as All-American ond thoughts. So she thought, and It's the genuine thing.

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GAY DELANGE and other dancers of the Ann Arbor Dance Thea
tions at the seventh concert of contemporary dance held at Ta

Annoneing a new stndent organization
A program of outstanding recent and classic motion pictures presented
exclusively to the University of Michigan student body and faculty.

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Nature
Allows
By JOYCE WINSLOW
. Modern dance is to ballet as
e e cummings' poetry is to Robert
Browning's, or as Picasso's art is
to Reubans'. The foundations of
modern dance are established and
disciplined, but its contemporary,
vibrant nature allows for maxi-
mum flexibility and creativity.
As in other art forms, imagina-
tion and creativity are not effec-
DAILY OFFICI
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official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
tal responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be-
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for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
CIlendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 30
Day Calendar
Professional Theatre Program Per-
formnance-American Conservatory The-
atre Company In Moliere's "Tartuffe":
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 2:30 and 8
p~m.-
School of Music Degree Recital -
John Anderson, clarinetist: Recital Hall,
School of Music, 4:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild-Antonioni's "Eclipse":
Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
School of Music Recital-Kappa Kap-
pa Psi Instrumental Recital: Recital
Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Recital - Robert
Glasgow, organist: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Events Monday
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar "The Management of Managers":
Michigan DUnin, 8 a.m.
Public Health Delta Omega Lecture
-Milton Terris, New York Medical Col-
lege and Amnerican Public Health As-
sociation, "Social Policy for Health:
The Heart, Cancer, Stroke Controver-
sy": Aud., School of Public Health, 4
p.m.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar - 4
p.m., Room 311 West Engineering. Cof-
tee will be served at 3:30 p.m. in Room
214 West Engineering.
General Notices
Doctoral Examination for John Allan
Sullivan, Mechanical Engineering; thes-
DIAL 662-6264
SHOWS AT 1:00'
3:0O-5:00-7:00&9:00
I)OlUS DAY
'ROD TMA)1tR

of Modern
Maximum I

tive unless controlled. Since ,the graphed by Taya Bergmann. Orig- massey, Win ' oly gt one an-
dancer's instrument is her body, inal film of the dancers by George swer . put the lid on." (A lid
each of her movements must be Manupelli served as the backdrop is placed on a heaping garbage EASTMANCOLOR
stylized, precise, interesting, and for co-ordinated movement by the Some of the finest burlesque EARLY BIRD SHOW
well executed. Last evening's ex- dancers on the stage. Accompani- BOX OFFICE OPEN 5:30
citing performance by the Ann ment was a tape recording of the scenes in a long time have been
Arbor Dance Theatre at Tappan dancers' voices, with a little frug
Junior High School was not only music interspersed. The theme of
well executed. Last evening's ex- the dance was a mock scorn of "COMEDY HAS A NEW FREEDOM! d.
choreographed. dance itself: its frustrations, the It swells with joy, zest, delight in the
The most stimulating dance of lack of good stages, the constant world! A great film! Moviegoers can re-
the evening was "Movie" choreo- concentration required by the joice now" -Newsweek Magazine
dancer.
"Jump," said the dancer on the -
IAL BULi ET I N tape. "Jump. It would take pages
for a writer to explain what a
jump is. But not dance. Dance is *u
immediate. Now. Self-explanatory. J...
is: "P-v-T Data for Neon and Helium I jump. That is all I have to do,
at Temperatures from 70 Degrees to and it is understood."18n9it
120 Degrees K and Pressures to 690
Atmospheres," Mon., Jan. 31, 307 W. Not all of the dances performed
Engrg. Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chairman, R. by the Ann Arbor Dance Theatre BESTPICTUE
E. sonntag. CANNES
could be immediately understoodF
Delta Delta Delta Scholarship Com. by the audience. The movement
petition: Unaffiliated or affiliated wom- was instantly seen, but its mean- A...,, ECOMMENDETFs O
en students who will be juniors or ing was not as easily comprehend- RIT 11V51itIAM
seniors the Fail Term of 1966-67 and ed This is. as .it should be, how- RAYBROOKS MICHAELCRAWFoRD oALD0NNELLY
have an overall grade-point average ofq ,
2.99 or better are eligible to apply. ever, for modern dance is not
Scholarship grants will be based on superficial medium. Today DIAL
need, scholarship, and extracurricular , 8-6416
participation. Application forms and Gay Delanghe's Odyssey II
further information may be obtained seemed to be worked around the ?EXT " E EE
fram Mrs. Florence Lyons, Office of seemedTtobeHworkedaround th
Financial Aids, 2011 SAB. Applications intracacies of a few selected NT-
should be completed and returned to movements. Dancers seemed, at__
Mrs. Lyons' office by Feb. 22. certain points in the dance, to be 3RD WEEK
Lecture: The Dept. of Geology dancing the same movements to
Mer: T cA an different rhythms. At other mo- Roadsow m nt
MieaoyanucsteAeia =Association of Petroleum Geologists' ments in the dance, they were Roso Engagement
Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Gordon I. synchronized. Miss Delanghe made NO SEATS RESERVED
Atwater, who will speak on "The Er- good use of space, having dancers
fet of Decrease in Porosity with Depth a
on oil and Gas Reserves in Sandstone perform at different levels at the Shows at 1:5-3:50-6:30-9:00
Reservoirs," Fri., Feb. 4, at 4 p.m. in same time. Her composition was - Mats. $1.25; Eves. & Sun. $1.50
Room 2054 Natural Science Bldg. exciting to watch.
Elizabeth Weil Bergmann's "In-
Women Students' Karat Club: Dur- taglio" was a beautiful 0omposi- 9thCe'ntury-Fo
ing the Open Hour on Tues., Feb. 1, tasu lipresents
at Barbour Gymnasium, 7 p.m., a Ka tion of design. "Passings," choreo-
rate Club for women students will graphed by Linda Ellis, humor-
have the opportunity of organizing. ously studied the dance-like quali-
Attendance is urged at this meeting in
order to make the group become a ties of people walking through a
reality, subway station. "Caracole," cho- .
reographed by Ann Albert Young p l
European Travel and Jobs: Informa- was built of movement inspired by
Lion on tour travel and jobs available music. "And So Forth," choreo-s
in Europe for the summer. Short talk hasV 1ti'(.4¥4I.E"
followed by informal discussion. 737 graphed by Taya Bergmann was k . ,.
Packard, Sat., 2:30-5 p.m.; Sun. :30-5 unaccompanied. The dance was a
p.m. and 7:30-10 p.M cynical look at 'conformity and -
Marching Band: The University of attempted de-segmented society. C010R YDE LUXE
Michigan Marching Band will play at The Ann Arbor Dance Theatre CNEMASCOPE
the Michigan-Illinois basketball game certainly merits a great deal of
on Tues., Feb. 1. Members are to be praise from this community in the STARTING FRIDAY, FEB. 4th
at Yost Field House, north locker comntyi h
room by 7:15 p.m. Enter north end forms of both audience attend- "M Y FAIR LADY"
doors for admission tickets. Music will ance, and new, adequate stage
be passed out in the locker room. Dark facilities. A highly specialized art
suit, dark( tie,white shirt, such as this modern dance group
(Continued on Page ) deserves special attention. ! w r r
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TOMORROW!!TONIGHT at 7and 9 P.M.
FIRST ANN ARBOR SHOWING
TRYOUTS for WINTER WEEKEND
CHORUS LINE
ANTON ION I's
Come Meet James Bond! A
-and Cary Grant, Ursula Andress,
Paul Newman and Liz Taylor.
TYPES: Voluptuous Gals & Dashing Guys
DATE: Mon., Jan. 24 . TIME: 7:30 P.M. ;
(1962)
PLACE: Union-Room 3B -UAC
The original uncut version;
YOU CAN'T MISS IT! IT'S THE '
BIG BAND SOUND!!
LAST YEAR IT APPEARED IN 15 COUNTRIES
THROUGHOUT LATIN AMERICA IN THE ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
THR*UGHOUT LATIN AMERIC

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In weeks to come at Cinema I[:
LILIES OF THE FIELD
NORTH BY NORTHWEST
LAST YEAR AT MAR I ENB,
THE TROUBLE WITH HAF
BANANA PEEL
SPELLBOUND
LA DOLCE VITA
Weekend showings 7 and 9 P.M., Auditoriu

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im A, Angell Hall
ion, call 665-6756

Admission: 50 cents

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HILL AUDITORIUM
Tickets: $3.50, $3.00, $2 25
INDIVIDUAL SALES
BEGIN JAN. 31, 8:00 A.M.
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