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PAGV. TWO.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1967

PAGE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1967

FILMS
'One Eyed Jacks' Delightfully
Spoofs Traditional Cowboy Film

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By WILLIAM CLARK
All right, here we go-forget the
midterms, parking tickets and
dirty dishes for just a few minutes.
Inagine yourself to be the in-
famous and temperamental Mar-
Ion Brando, who is considered by
many people, among them Richard
Burton; to be "the finest actorj
alive." Your career is well estab-
lished but is facing a new threat,
for you have decided (of your own
free will) to try your hand at di-
recting a film, and have feen fool-
hardly enough to choose a cow-
boy script for your first effort.,
Now, the making of a cowboy
movie can be a very deadly thing

for any great actor or director.
Hollywood has already produced
enough of them to nauseate the
entire American public, and tele-
vision has succeeded in trans-
forming that feeling of nausea into
paranoia. Any artist who attempts
to rework such an outmoded theme
can expect no mercy from the
critics if he fails. And there is one
more great complication: you are
a Method Actor (which, loosely
interpreted, means that you must
fry to become the person you por-
tray, that you must learn to think
the way he does and not just
imitate his mannerisms. The cow-
boy must look and sound like a

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that the Central Intelligence
Agency's involvement with the
AFL-CIO is "a lot bigger story"
than the disclosure of CIA sup-
port of student groups.
Reuther is quoted as saying in
a telephone interview: "I did my
best to try to lift the lid on it.
And some day it will all come
ouReuther, director of internation-
al relations for the United Auto
Workers, was reluctant to amplify
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because of his union's strained re-
lations with the parent labor or-
ganization.
But press interest in the CIA
involvement continued to center
on its relations with the National
Student Association.
Pulles, who directed CIA activ-
ities from 1953 to 1961, said he
found the link with the NSA al-
ready forged when he took over,
and would not discuss any details
of how the relationship worked.
But on the broad question of
what the CIA got for the $200,000
a year it slipped to the NSA for
more than a decade through pri-
vate foundations, he was willing
to talk in generalities.
"If you studied the student con-
ferencemovement abroad during
those years of the early '50's," he
said, "You would find that the
Communist were making very ef-
fective use of them.
"The conferences had great pro-
paganda value for them and were
influencing the youth in the Unit-
ed States as well as in other
countries."
Meanwhile former presidents of
the NSA told reporters yesterday
they were informed after taking
office that the Central Intelligence
Agency was providing money to
NSA but they added they did not
know how much.
Donald A. Hoffman, 30, Elm
Grove, Wis., and Edward R. Gar-
vey, 26, Burlington, Wis., both
students in the University of Wis-
consin Law School, said they were
surprised to learn that CIA gave
their organizatioin a reported
$200,000. They said they received
none of the money and were not
on the CIA payroll.

real cowboy, complete with in-
coherent drawl and 150-word
vocabulary).
What Brando has actually done
in "One Eyed Jacks" has been to
present us with a very subtle mix-
ture of conventional and anti-
conventional material. He spoofs
the cowboy both as a romantic
Valentino-type lover and a strong,
silent hero in the longstanding
John Wayne-Gary Cooper tradi-
tion. He begins with a simple re-
versal of the traditional roles
within the cowboy film; his hero
becomes a bank robber and his
villain a sheriff. When the two
meet (not on the dusty plains,
but on the beautiful seacoast of
Monterey, California) it is not for
a showdown, but to have a drink
together and talk over old times.
The film is also hilarious when
it spoofs itself. "You're gettin'
too fat to ride," says Karl Malden
to Brando, who has always had
weight problems. There is also a
reference to Slim Pickens, one of
the principal actors, and a shot
which reveals the Mona Lisa hung
over the bar in the local saloon.
The worst fault of the film be-
comes apparent whenever .Brando
allows Method Acting to overrule
good dramatic form; a cowboy
should not sound like a cowboy in
the middle of a tense scene. But
apart from this Brando, Malden
and Pina Pellicer all turn in ex-
cellent performances and "One
Eyed Jacks," with all, of its minor
flaws and major triumphs, is a
cinematic delight.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"The Management of Managers":
Michigan Union, 8 a.m.

Pharmacy-Medicine-Nursing Confer- Solomon will speak on "The Current
ence on Health Education-Rackhan Crisis in Communist China." Anyone,
Bldg., 9 a.m. interested is invited to attend.
Cinema Guild-Andrjej Wajda's '"Ash- National Negro History Wreek -
es and Diamonds": Architecture Aud., "How Past Problems Perpetuate Present
7 and 9:05 p.m. Problems," Fri., Feb. 17 at 8 p.m. Fin-
al address by John Conyers, Michigan
Hockey-U-M vs. Minnesota (Duluth member House of Representatives, Am-
Branch): Coliseum, 8 p.m. phitheatre, Rackham Bldg.
Professional Theatre Program Play
of the Month Performance-"Porgy and General Noices
Bess": Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Staff Paid Notice: The restrictions on
University Musical Society Chamber lot W-6 (400 block Maynard St.) have
Music Festival Concert-Barodin Quar- been extended until 10 p.m. Monday
tet: Rackham Aud., 8:30 p.m. through Friday.
School of Music Degree Recital - Graduate and Undergraduate Stu-
Sheryl Cohen, flute: Recital Hall, School dents: Who do not have a housing
of Music, 8:30 p.m. (continued on Page 8)
Southern Asia Club-There will be a;
bag lunch today at noon in the Com-
mons Room of Lane Hall. Prof. RP
PIA NO

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JACK QUINE
singing folk-songs
at the ARK
9 to 12 tonight

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FRIDAY, FEB.17
7 and 9:15 p.m.--Cinema II will
present "One Eyed Jack" in Audi-
torium A.
8:30 p.m .-Professional Theatre
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Month, "Porgy and Bess," in Hill
Aud.
SATURDAY, FEB. 18
7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild
presents Charlie Chaplin's "Mod-
ern Times" in the Architecture
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7 and 9:15 p.m.-Cinema II will
present "One Eyed Jack" in Audi-
torium A.
8:30 p.m.-Professional Theatre
Program presents Play of the
Month "Porgy and Bess" in Hill

8:30 p.m.-University Musical
society Chamber Music Festival
presents Stockholm Kyndel String
Juartet in Rackham Aud.
SUNDAY, FEB. 19
2 p.m.-University Players Chil-
dren's Theatre presents "The
Magic Horn" in Trueblood Aud.
7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild
presents Charlie Chaplin's "Mod-
ern Times" in the Architecture
Aud.
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