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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER- S. 1966

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. SEPTEMRF~R ii. 191111

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'One-Eyed Jacks'

Negro Jobless Rising;
See Employment Ahead

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Dee PPychological Study of a Gunslinger

BY ANDREW LUGG
There is an overwhelming
Christian morality which pervades
all westerns. This may be of the
Christ or Aristophanes brand as in
"One Eyed Jacks" or "High Noon,"
or be straight Puritanism as in
"Gun Fight at O.K. Corral" or
"Shane." In this respect, there
is a very obvious and strong link
between the western and the
melodrama.
This "verbal convention is
coupled with a visualconvention
which may be clearly seen in
"One Eyed Jacks." In the open-"
moves from photographing a wall
ing credit sequence, the camera
to a window. Gradually the scene
through the window is brought
into focus and the camera moves
into the scene.
In "One Eyed Jacks" we have
the transmogrification of Brando
from bank-robber to law abiding
family man. Thuswise revenge is
overcome by love.'
Marlon Brando's direction is in-
consistent. He has none of the
radical approach to special ar-
rangement that John Ford, for
example, has. However he is good

at "close range," at least as good
as Bergman, and for the interior,
subjective western, facial expres-
sion is all important. The visual
aspects of the film are not en-
hanced any by the use of techni-
color, which is poor, nor by the
bad condition of the print which
the Cinema Guild was sent for
this weekend's show.
But Marlon Brando's acting is
superb. He gradually develops the
character from a western version
of W. C. Fields and the conven-
tional quiet authority of"my home
is just anywhere I throw my sad-
dle down," to a man "we would
like our daughter to marry."
Although in this film Brando is
no John Wayne, he is not the
mincing Christian he played in
"Mutiny on the Bounty." He faces
down a couple of cowards but
that's not the point. "Jacks" is an
investigation of states of being.
Brando achieves a remarkable
amount of success in his investi-
gation. Firstly, because (for want
of a better cliche) he acts from
the soul-just what' is needed-
Wand because he has a magnificent

leading lady. Secondly
ordinary language (at
most "cinema-verite")
lent.

his use of
times al-
is excel-

Less exciting is Katy Jurado-
a convention that doesn't quite
work. Karl Maiden, who at the be-
ginning of the film is Brando's
sidekick and who, because he
"double crosses" Brando, be-'

comes the object of Brando's re-
venge, gives a corny but con-
trolled portrayal of the ruthless
bad man. The bit parts are played
adequately in the traditional vein.
"One Eyed Jacks," then, must
be rated amongst the best west-
erns and apart from "High Noon"
is probably the best of the sub-
jective westerns.

WASHINGTON (R) - Diverging
from its world of cold statistics,
a government bureau said yester-
day that Negro unemployment is
rising. It further gave its recipe
to help save cities from ghetto-
born riots.
Arthur M. Rost, commissioner
of labor statistics,called on may-
ors of every sizable city to do in
1967 what was done in Washing-
ton this summer. That is, he said,
to set up programs to find jobs for
teen-agers or, failing that, to in-
volve them in activities to "broad-

Reuther Urges Inquiry of Auto Industry;
Predicts Priee Increase on New Models

en and enrich" their experience.
"I believe," he said, "it is no
coincidence that we had no mas-
sive teen-age disturbances in
Washington this summer, unlike
some other cities."
The occasion for the commis-
sioner's remarKs was a briefing
for newsmen on monthly employ-
ment figures.
"Joblessness among Negro work-
ers has been worsening in recent
months. The unemployment rate
for whites in August was the same
as in April, 3.4 per cent. The rate
for nonwhites gradually increased
from 7.0 to 8.2 per cent during
the same period." Negroes make
up 92 per cent of the nonwhites.
Ross said that up to now his
bureau had not been emphasizing
this deterioration in the job pic-
ture for Negroes, because it was
uncertain whether it was a mere
month - to - month variation or
something more serious.
He launched into a discussion
of "poverty tracts" of about 100
cities around the country-places
marked by "low education, low
skills, low income." Twelve million
people live in such tracts, and
their labor force numbers 6.5 mil-
lion.
In March, according to a special
study, unemployment in the pov-
erty tracts was 7.5 per cent of the
labor force, and outside the tracts
it was 3.8.

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WASHINGTON - Walter P.
Reuther, United Auto Workers
president, said last night the au-
tomobile industry is about to raise
prices and blamed new safety fea-
tures for the increase. He urged
an investigation.
"If past performance is any in-
dication," Reuther said, "the ad-
dition of these safety items will
most certainly be used by the in-
dustry as an excuse to impose
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which are unwarranted by the ad-
ditional costs."
Reuther asked Sen. Abraham
Ribicoff (D-Conn) to hold an in-
quiry within weeks. "The indus-
try's management will be unlikely
to charge unduly for the safety
items if they realize they risk
raising the wrath of, a well-in-
formed public," Reuther wrote
Ribicoff.
Ribicoff was chairman of the
Senate subcommittee which held
auto safety hearings last spring.
However, Sen. Warren G. Mag-
nuson, D-Wash., chief Senate
sponsor of automobile safety leg-
islation, said yesterday he sees no
need for congressional hearings
now on passenger car prices.
"You can't anticipate what's go-
ing to happen," said Magnuson,
chairman of the Senate Com-
merce Committee.
"I don't think we need any
hearings," he said.
Reuther's proposal was made in
a letter to Ribicoff. However,
Ribicoff, reached at, his home in
New London, Conn., said any such
hearings would not be the business
of his Government Operations
subcommittee.

"I can't invade the jurisdiction
of other committees," Ribicoff
said, deferring to Magnuson.
"It would be unfortunate ifl
prices out of line to the increased
cost of safety items were to be'
added to the price of a car," Ribi-
coff said.
In Detroit, GM, Chrysler and
American Motors declined com-
ment on Reuther's statements. A
Ford spokesman said top company
officials were not immediately
available.
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