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AGE TWO
Cineum
By CLARENCE'FANTO
Managing Editor
Cinema Two, "the student-run
ilm organization now In its sec-'
nd year of operation, inaugurated
new season Friday night with
ne of the finest American films-
ealing with human rights and
ignity, "Raisin in the Sun."
This 1962 classic, starring Sid-,
ey Poitier and Ruby Dee, des-;
ribes the plight of a: Negro fain-
y living in Chicago and its at-
empt to redeem self-respect and
ignity.

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1429 H ill Street
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Tile. Daily Official Bulletin is an nual
official publication of the Uittver- on
sity of Michigan for which The P..
Michigan Dally assumes no editor- Alls
Wii uesponsibility. Notices should be invit
sent in TYP'EWRITTEN form to Achl
Room 33f9 Administration Bldg. be- tingti
fore 2 p.m. of the dayt preceding -.tors,
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday Assoc
for Saturday and Sunday. General at V
Notices may be published a maxi- held
mum oft two times on requ'est; flay 1mmi
Calendar items appear once only. meet
Student organisation notices are not
accepted for publication. Let
ertiea
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER I11 From
chefs
Da Ca e d r ap1inema Guild -Tony Richardson's WC
Te L~oneliness of the Long Distance 'Sept,
cnner" Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 Roon
m. Sarri
General Notices U
School of Nursing - Freshmen-Ad- 7:30
ission X-Ray: All freshmen in -the
chool of Nursing report to Depart- Let
ent of Radiology, 4th level, Univer- cand'
ty Hospital, Wed. evening, Sept. 14, throl
om 6:30-9:30 p.m. for admission X-ray. amo
The department will stay open until Sept
p.m. for students in evening psy- Lane
hology class.
All Teacer's Certificate Candidates:
e application for the teacher's cer- ANN
ficate is due at the beginning of the mI
nior year. It should be turned in to
e School of Education.. 1431 Univer-
ty School, by Sept. 15.
University Faculty and Staff Meeting:
resident Hatcher will give his an-
ORGAN IZATrON
NOICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN: FOR AN -
OUNICEMENTS is available to officially'
gnized and registered student or-
zations only. Organizaations" who
re~ planning to be active for the Fall
rmmust bey registered in the Office
f Student Organizations by Fri,. Sept.
6Forms are. available' in Room 1011
AB.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St.
tForest Ave., Sun., Sept. 11, 9:30 and
1 a.m. worship services. 6 p.m. sup-
followed by program at 7 p.m. Dr.
rge Mendenhall o. fthe Dept. of
ear East Studies will be the speaker:
Christian Faith-An Inheritance or
Experience."
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Alpha Phi Omega, Executive Board
eeting, Sun., Sept. 11 ,2 p~nm., at 2528
AB. All officers and advisors please
ttendi.
Baptist Student Union ,Brief devo-
onal period, Tues., Sept. 13, 4:30-4:50
.m., Conference Roon,. No. 1. Michigan
eague.
Gamma. Delta, Regular meeting, Sun.,
et. 11, 6 to 8 p.m.~ university Luth-
ran Chapel, 1311 Washtenaw. Supper
flowed by informal student-professor
lwmtssion led by Lutheran faculty
hers at 6:45.

otier superbly portrays a 35- role played by the chauffeur's mo- ie camera's unique ability to em- half hour late, and the cartoon
-old chauffeur who gradually ther until Poitier makes the cu- phasize emotional peaks and cre- was drowned out by inadequate
lies that "he's nothing" and cial decision to move his family ate vivid visual images, volume and late-arriving patrons.
nowhere to go. His dreams--to into an al-white suburb, despite Although in this case, the con- The first reel of "Raisin in the
his family and in particular the opposition of the community's tent of the film outweighed the Sun" suffered from a disconcert-
young sonl a decent place to residents. severe technical deficiencies, it has ing lack of synchronization be-
and a hopeful future-are The film, based on Lorraine been demonstrated in films such tween picture and sound, and
nied by his own confusion sur- Hansberry's .h ig hl1y successful as "Who's Afraid of Virginia transitions between subsequent
riding what should be his domi- Broadway p I a y, unfortunately Woolf?" that even a static stage reels of the film were handled
t, masculine role in his family, lacked- t h e technical virtuosity production can be greatly enhanc- abruptly and most unprofession-
nantly 'delineating the sexual and cinematic inventiveness so ed by imaginative use of modern ally. Focussing was less than sat-
Sconflict which, according to vital to a great film. For the most techniques and artistic creativity. isfactory, and the projectionist
ie sociologists, plagues many part, it resembled a photographed Also on the program is an Aca- was apparently unable to center
ro families, the film empha- theatrical production. There were demy Award-winning cartoon by the picture properly on the screen.
s. the matriarchal, dominant few attempts to utilize the mov- Jules Feiffer, "Munro." A biting These technical problems de-
.l:4; {,<"; yc{f/v,;.+ '? ..: satire on Army life and the un- tracted from the overall enjoy-
bending power structure to be ment to be gained from the show,
. BL LET N syfound there, the cartoon is one of and it is to be hoped that Cinema
the best of its types-and well Two will overcome these difficul-
Despite the high quality of Cn- fully with the long-established Ci-
.'... .......s....~'~"~ "'"' ema Two's initial offering this nema Guild as well as Ann Arbor's
1address to the faculty and staff Seniors: Any student with a minimum weekend (which will be repeated three commercial movie theatres.
Monday, evening, Sept. 12, at 8 o f 12 semester hours at the university in two shows tonight), we must Next week's Cinema Two offer-
,in the Rackham Lecture Hall. may register at the Bureau of Appoint- register our dismay with the ama- ing will be "Breakfast at Tiff-
taff members and their wives are ments for services in teacher place-
ed. The five Distinguished Faculty manen r general placement, including teurish pr6jection of the films. any's," starring Audrey Hepburn,
evement Awards and the six DIs- business, government, industry, and Friday night's second show, sched- to be seen twice nightly Friday
uished Service Awards for 'Instruc- overseas. You are welcome to browse uled to begin at 9:15, started one- through Sunday.
,Assistant Professors, and Junior through listings of current openings, _______________________________________
ciate Professors will be presented employers in all areas of the U.S.,
:his meeting. A reception will be 'schools, government, and industry.
In the Michigan League Ballroom 'Hours: 8:30-12:00 and 1:30-4 :0 Monday #4j
Lediately after the conclusion of the through Friday. I ~ g~(15 DIAL 8-64 16
ing. _ ITOOPNGS Continuous Today from 1 P.M.
cture: "Electrical and Optical Prop- Material Service, Division of General I~
.% of ZnS Semiconductors," Dr. Dynamics Corp., Chicago, Il, - Young
ik Matossi, professor of physical woman for personnel management. 25 "Everything about 'A Shop on Main Street' is just right.
nistry, Univ. of Freiburg, Germany, to 35 yrs., 2-3 yrs. bus. exper., pref. Wamoeanbsadiprse _- ihga al
13, at 3:30 pm. Coffee preceding satme personnel exper.Whtmrcnbesiinp ie! M hgaDil
p.m., 'Room 1042 East Engineering. Ridgewood Osteopathic Hospital, Ypsi-
lanti, Mch.-Part time registered phar-
'amen's Research Club: Meets Mon., macist, two days per week. _________________
12I at 8 p zm. in West Conference Local Marionette Studio-Young man
rn of Rackham Bldg. Prof. Rosemary 18-30, free to travel, consider adven-
of social Work wll speak on turesome married couple or exceptional┬░ACDM
[performance In the Public Schools." young woman who enjoys working with
teachers and children for marionetteACDM
Ofversity Activties Center: Mass programs in elementary schools in mostAW R
ing will be held Sn., Sept. 11 at large midwestern cities. Excellent school
Inr the Union Ballroom, and 'work references and good di-~W R
-ri- g record. All phases of training in
cture: William .6. Irons, doctoral puppeteering offered n the Job.
Wiate io the Department of An- Grham ocrp., Providence, R.I.-Two WNE
rpology, will lecture on his research 'positions. 1. Grad in Actg.. to train BS OEG
ng "The Yamutt Turkoman~"" Toes., in phases to backup controller. 1-2 "BS FOEG
13. at 4:15pa.., in Room 200, yr. exper. 2. Grad in 1E for future top.FIMO TH
eHi mgmt. 2-3 yrs. exper. and some trng. FIM FTH
in Bus. Ad. Administrative Engineer YEAR"
Placement position. rrr
Plac Tn For further information please call
'OtINCMENT:74-7460, General Division, Bureau of
itation to Al December Grads ,and Appointments, 3200 SAB. "Masterful ! One of the great films
of our time !"-Cue Magazine
______________________________________________"Marvelous to behold! One of the
important films of this year!"
--N.Y. Daily News
CINEMA II
presents Only one picture has been made this year that is
absolutely off its rocker and positively out of its
A RA SINmind -and we've got the nuts to prove it -
What a way
IN TH SUNto lose.
Sidney. Poitier's finest film! marbles. r
By far his most, dramatic,'
versatile performance. Sean Connery
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY JToanneaoowd
AUD. A, ANGELL HALL Jean Seberg
Sept. 9, 101 11 Admission: )A Fine NM ad e os"
7 and 9:15 P.M. 50C A JERtOME HELLMAN Productio
SWfRT: Jules Feiffer's 'Munro"
(Academy Award, 1961)!
I.D. Required Program Information: 663-5832ShwatDA
W-~ILl 1'JI N3,9:5PM.5-6290

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for orchstra
for cast ji

bruce fisher 665-8528
jack rouse 663-6055.

for central committee
richard rattner 662-3484
auditions
Sunday, Sept. 11 .. 2:00-5:00 and 7.00-11:00
Monday, Sept. 12 ............ 7:30 to 11:00
Friday, Sept. 16.............. Results Posted

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