H~i e in SFor the week of
H ppenigs October 6 to October 12
The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 6, 1978-Page 9
CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S 1931
The funniest of Chaplin's comedies? Only THE GOLD RUSH comes close to the
laughs that the drunken millionaire and the prize fight scenes produce. Don't
forget the elephant either . .. The most touching of his films? That beyond
question-perhaps the most moving silent ever made.
Chaplin's City Lights (Old A&D, 7,
Wait Until Dark (100 Hutchins Hall, 7,
The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum
7MLB 4,7,9 p.m.).
Cooley High (MLB 3, 7 p.m.), A Piece
f the Action (9 p.m.).
Looney Tunes Review, Program A
.(Angell Aud. A, 7, 10 p.m.).
Program B (8:30).
Margaret Randall: "The Campaign
gainst Sexism in Cuba," Guild House
The Sound of Music at 8 p.m., Power
.0 1.1S 0
The University announced yesterday
hat syndicated columnist Garry Wills
rill deliver the 1978 William Cook Lec-
ures on American Institutions Oct. 16-
19. The series of four public lectures
vill be on the topic "Heroism in Early
knerican Art and Politics."
Wills is the author of eight books, the
cost recent being "Inventing America:
efferson's Declaration of Independen-
e," From 1967-70, Wills was a con-
ributing editor of Esquire magazine.
The lectures, now in their 24th year,
ill begin Oct. 16 at 3:30 p.m. in Room
20, Hutchins Hall.
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cember 18 in the case, which will be
eard by Judge Patrick Conlin. A pre-
ial conference, where any settlements
r plea bargains will be made, is
'heduled for November 16.
"I don't know what the prosecution
ill offer," said Ferris of the pre-trial
'onference. He speculated that his
lient might be offered the opportunity
vo plead guilty to second degree mur-
er, rather than stand trial on a charge
first degree murder.
Maddox could face life in prison on
"We haven't decided what we're
oing to do yet," said Delhey. "In a
erious crime like this one, we were
retty sure that it would go to trial. We
ill work it out in the conference."
CAR IN SKY
PICHER, Oka. (AP)-You might
say the old car is still in top condition.
Well, in a manner of speaking. It sits on
top .of a concrete pier, about 30 feet
The truck, a model from around 1947,
was hoisted there more than a decade
ago as a drawing card to a salvage yard
business formerly owned by Picher's
mayor, Naomi Poole.
Now there is virtually nothing there,
except the black, engineless Ford in the
CFIVEjSFrY cMUSCAL 8OCIETY present S
A sold-out success in
N.Y.I Rare film perfor-
mance by 12 opera greats
of the 1920's-40's.
Music School Symphony Orchestra,
Hill Auditorium, 8 p.m.
The Late Show (Angell, Aud. A, 7,
Which Way is Up? (MLB 3, 7, 8:45,
Cabaret (Old A&D, 7,9:15).
The Sound of Music (Power Center, 8
Past is Prologue: Metropolitan Opera
Stars on films - guest speaker: Wanda
Toscanini Horowitz (Hill Aud., 8:30).
With Babies and Banners: Story of
the Women's Emergency Brigade
(Angell, Aud. A, 7, 9).
Les Biches (Old A&D, 7,9:15).
From These Roots; Lorraine Han-
sberry; The Black Woman; Shirley
Chisholm, A Tribute to Black Women
TheSound of Music (Power Center,
Air Mail (Angell, Aud A,. 7 p.m.),
Pilgrimage (8:30): John Ford Night.
Robben W. Fleming: The State of the
University Address; and presentation
of Distinguished Faculty Achievement
and Service Awards (Mendelssohn
Eclipse Jazz - The Milestone Jaz-
zstars, Ron Carter, Sonny Rollins, Mc-
Coy Tyner (Hill Aud., 8).
Camp David: War or Peace -
Raymond Tanter (UGLI multipurpose
University Club - Jam Session
(Union, 9:30 p.m.-1 a.m.).
Beau Geste (Angell, Aud A, 7), Sgt.
York (9 p.m.).,
No Greater Love (Old A&D, 7:30).
Dean's Tea - visit with Dean Billy
Frye and Geography Dept. (4th Floor
Lounge, LSA, 3:30).
Yom Kippur Services at Chabad
House, 715 Hill St.
Casablanca (Angell, Aud A, 7, 9).
The Last Supper (MLB, 7, 9).
An American in Paris (Old A&D, 7,
Der Bettelstudent (603 Oxford Rd.,
2001: A Space Odyssey (Angell Aud.
A, 6:45, 9:05).
Rise to Power of Louis XIV (Old
Billy Joel (Crisler Arena, 8 p.m.).
Andrew Carrigan: Poetry Reading
(Guild House, 7:30).
Pianist Emil Gilels (Hill Aud., 9).
OLD ARCH. AUD.
The Unrvmsity of Michigan Professional Theatre Program
The University of Michioan
Professional Theatre Program
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EARL WRIGHTSON & LOIS HUNT
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