Saturday, July 27, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, July 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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SATURDAY, JULY 27
Cinema Guild-Burt Lancaster, Frank
4 Sinatra, Ernest Borgnine in "From Here
to Eternity": Architecture Auditorium,
7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to offically
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available
in room 1011 SAB.
Graduate Outing Club - Meets every
Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at Huron Street
entrance to Rackham Bldg. Swimming,'
hiking, camping, etc. Bring your swim
University Lutheran Chapel, July 28,
9:45 a.m., 1511 Washtenaw, Sermon:
"Faith - Rational or Radical?" by
Pastor Richard Kapfer. 11:00 a.m. Bible
Bach Club meeting, Thurs., Aug. 1,
9.00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe St.,
Program: A talk by Randolph Smith on
"Bach'sf' Double Violin Concerto'". Jelly
donuts and conversation afterwards.
For further information call 769-2922 or
Department of Speech Ulniversityv
the TV Cehnter~ will havep its initial
Players -Georges Feydeau's "Hotel cast in Detroit:
Paradiso," Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 12:00 Noon, WWJ-TV, Channe
8:00 p.m. AFTER EDEN: "The Modern Gar
World War II in the Near East an
School of Music - "Contemporary emergence of the modern state<
Directions" - Sydney Hodkinson, Con- rael is discussed by Prof. Hopki
ductor, Lecture Hall, Rackham Bldg., he concludes this series.
SUNDAY, JULY 28 CIC Movie -- "Kohayakawa-k
Aki" a Japanese film will be shoe
School of Music Degree Recital - Tues., July 30, in Aud. A of Angel
Maxine Webber, Violin, School of Mu- at 8:00 p.m.
sic Recital Hall, 2:30 p.m.
School of Music - Doctoral Chamber octoral
Music - Margaret Moores, Cello; Mari-
lyn McDonald, Violin; Metro Kozak, Exam inaions
Violin; Joan Luce, Viola; School of Mu- F
sic Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m. Fred I. Leavitt, Psychology, Dis
tion: "Drug-Induced Modification
School of Music Degree Recital -- the Sexuali Behavior of Male Rats
Gerald Brown, Organ, Hill Aud., Mon., July 29 at 9 a.m. in Rm
8:00 p.m. Mason Hall. Chairman: S. E. Glic
MONDAY, JULY 29 Jocelyn Elizabeth Agnew, Er
Language and Literature, Dissert:
Audio-Visual Education Center Sum- "The Relationship of Painting and
mer Previews -- "Yankee Sails, Across sic to the Aesthetic of Christ
Europe," Multipurpose Rm., Undergrad- Smart," on Mon., July 29 at 4 p.
uate Library, 1:30 p.m. Rm. 1611 Haven Hall. Chairman:
Astronomical Colloquium - Dr. John
C. Brandt, Head, Solar Physics Branch, Warren Tarleton Bellis, Music:
NASA/GSFC, will speak on "Ionic Com- formance,. on Mon., July 29 at 4
et Tails, Solar Wind and Solar Rota- in Rm. 2251 School of Music. Chair
tion." Room 807 Physics-Astronomy W. H. Stubbins.
Bldg., 4:00 p.m.
Department of Political Scienee Films Placem ent
on Canada -- "Industrial Canada,"G
"Roughnecks," "Trans-Canada Jour- BUREAU OF APPOINTMENT
ney," "Science-Seed Bed of Industry,"
Multipurpose Rm., Undergraduate Li- 3200 SAB
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Chinese Contributions Towards the AA Products, Inc., Manchester,
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From Here To Eternity
One of the high points of the decade's movie making, and of the
ew seriousness with which Hollywood was attempting to compete
ith television." - Richard Schickel
irected by Rred Zinneman, 1953. With Frank Sinatra, Burt Lan-
aster, Montgomery Clift and Deborah Ker.
The movie of it's year!"-Pauline Kael
7:00 and 9:05-ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM - 75c ONLY
A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT PROGRAM OF UNUSUAL, PSYCHEDELIC, ANIMATED, DOCUMENTARY,
OLD-TIME COMEDY, AND OTHER UNUSUAL FILMS IS PRESENTED EACH WEEKEND.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENING-11.00 P.M. & 1:00 A.M.-SATURDAY MATINEES 3:00 & 5:00
UNDERGROUND FILM PROGRAM-Frida and Saturday, July 26-27
TWO FILMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST THIS WEEK!
"THE PSYCHEDELIC EXPERIENCE" by Dr. Timothy Leary (18 minutes)
Original music score by Ravi Shankar. This is the classic picture depicting the psycnedelic experience
based on the "TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD"!'
"THE FATAL GLASS OF BEER" with W. C. Fields at his best. (20 minutes)
Including a scene where he sings a sad song to a
Mountie, accompanying himself on a zither, while
NIGHT OF THE VAMPIRE - by Peter Mays
using an original electronic score. (9 minutes). A "black
drama" in which a nude Miss Dracula dines on the blood of
some male victims she has stashed in her cave.
MOVIOLA BLUES -by Leon Ortiz
(8 minutes) A wild comedy about motion picture editors who
find their movieola more exciting than a topless dancer who is
attempting to capture their attention by an uninhibited display
of her charms.
THE MAGICIAN - by Semifor Films
(13 minutes) A dramatically powerful anti-war fantasy pro-
duced in Poland. Highly recommended.
BIRD - by Bruce Green
(2 minutes) A fast-paced college film spoof ing with bitter
irony the image of President Johnson.
BELOW THE FRUITED PLAIN - by Lenny Lipton
(9 minutes) The biting satire on the mind and mores of the
New American husband. "Superb".
LOVE IN - by Lane Films, Music of the Association
(4 minutes) A beautiful poetic documentary on the 1967 Eas-
ter Sunday "love-in" held in Los Angeles as seen through the
eyes of a young child.
COSMIC RAY-by Bruce Connor,
Music by RAY CHARLES (5 minutes) An award-winning col-
lege film in which film leader, stock footage, Mickey Mouse,
and a dancing nude alI combine to create fast-ppced filmic
STRETCHING OUT - by Larry Schulte
(4 minutes) A UCLA Anination Workshop cartoon s, listically
dealing with mind-expansion.
YIN YANG - by Peter Spoecker
(5 minutes) A psychedelic animation film by one of the Top
West Coast psychedelic painters.
You-must be 17 . Admission. $3.50
Grand River at Beverly. one block south of Joy -- 8:30 'p.m.
Advance Tickets: Grinnell's, Hudson's, House of Mystique 937 Plum,
Cumley's, 124%'2 W. Gd. River, E. Lansing
Sunday Concert 7 till 11-No Age Limit - Phone 834-4904 or 834-9348
- A RUSS GIBB Show -
MONTGOMERY CLIFT and FRANK pINATRA
"THE INCIDENT"-STARTS TOMORROW
"'THE INCIDENT' hits home with express
train impact . . . builds the tension to an
almost unbearable pitch."
-Kathleen Carroll, Daily News
"A powerful film that drives relentlessly deep.
It's a shocking experipnce. 'The Incident' is
brought vividly to life by Larry Peerce, the
director who tackled race relations so
daringly in 'One Potato, Two Potato.'
The acting is splendid . . . the action holds
your interest throughout. Tony Musante and
Martin Sheen make the hoods
-Frances Herridge, New York Post
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