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The Michigan Daily-Friday; October 20, 1978-Page 9
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October 20-....26

FRIDAY
October 20
Cinema
To Have and Have Not (Old A&D, 7
and 9:05) Another famous
;Bogart/Bacall film, memorable
dialogue.
Dr. No and Goldfinger (Aud A, 7 and
:9, respectively) Two Bond films, the
:first and the best.
Dr. Strangelove (MLB 3, 7 and 9:45)
Kubrick's enjoyable black comedy
about nuclear Doomsday. A must.
Terror of Tiny Town (MLB 3, 8:40
only) An all dwarf Western. 'Nuff said.
The Sting (Nat. Sci. Aud, 7 and 9:15)
' .edford and Newman and a glut of.
Academy Awards.
Events
"She Stoops to Conquer" (Power
Center, 8 p.m.).
Chamber Choir, Music School (Hill
Aud., 8 p.m.)
Aud., 8 pm.).
SATURDAY
October 21
Cinema
The American Friend (Old A&D, 7
and 9:05) An odd, strangely
photographed film with a low-key
mystery/intrigue plot. Worth seeing.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
(Aud. A, 7 and 9:15) Well made and well
acted, particularly by Nicholson..
Looking for Mr. +Goodbar "(MLB 3,-7,
and 9;15) A very good film that was a
bit overrated, by critics. "If Keaton
doesn't win an Academy Award, there'
is no God" -=RexReed.
Gone With the Wind (MLB 4, 7 only) .
America's sentimental favorite. See it
again.
Events
"She Stoops to Conquer" (Power
Center, 8 p.m.)
Harpsichordists Edward Parmentier
and Tom Pixton (Rackham Aud., 8
p.m.).
"Livre d'orgue of Nicholas de
Grigny" - David Wagner (2110 Music
School, 8 p.m.).
"An Evening of IMusic, Dance"
(Lloyd Hall, 100 Observatory, 8 p.m.).
Julian Bream, John Williams (Music
Society, Hill AMd., 8:30 p.mb.).

SUNDAY
October22
Cinema
Kanal (Old A&D, 7 and 9:05) A pain-
ful Polish film about WW II.
Morning Glory (Aud. A, 7 only)
Lovely and witty, though a bit dated.
Kate Hepburn won her first Academy
sward for her performance.
The Apartment (Aud. A, 9 only) A
superb film with a great cast. Lemmon
delivers a fine performance in this
cynical comedy drama. Don't miss it.
Gone With The Wind (MLB 4, 2 and
7).
MONDAY
October 23
Cinema
Man of the West (Old A&D, 9 only,
admission free) A pensive film by
Western director Anthony Mann.
The Horse Soldiers (Old A&D, 10:45
only, admission free) John Ford's only
Civil War film. Good, but not one of his
best.
Events
Martha Graham Dance Co. (Power
Center, 8 p.m.).
TUESDAY
October 24
Cinema
The Human Condition, Pt. II: Road to
Eternity (Old A&D, 7:30 only, ad-
mission free). A not-too-well-known
Japanese film. I hope it isn't as preten-
tious as its title implies-.
The Teacher (MLB, 7 and 9) Curren-
tly the most popular film in Cuba. Wor-
th a try. Ann Arbor premiere:
Los Olivados and The Illusion travels
by Streetcar (Aud. A, 7 & 10:15 and 8:40
only, respectively) Two Bunuel films,
each one is well made and haunting.
Los Olivados is famous for its brutal
characters
WED-NESDAY
October 25
Cinema
Public Enemy (Old A&D, 7 and 9:05)
This is the Cagney film that contains
the famous "grapefruit" scene. Worth

Le Jour Se Leve (Aud. A;-7 only). A
must for connoiseurs of the French
cinema.
The Exile (Aud. A, 9 only) Directed
by Max Ophuls, who is famous for his
grand camera movement and his
delicate, ironic comedy.
THURSDAY
October 26
Cinema
The Conformist (Old A&D, 7 and
9:05) Bertolucci's interesting film
about one man in prewar Italy. Made
before Last Tango in Paris.
Moses and Aaron (Aud A, 7 only) A
filming of the Schoenberg opera. Ann
Arbor premiere.
Sebastiane (Aud. A, 9 only). Con-
troversial film about St. Sebastiane.
Ann Arbor Premiere.
Sleuth (Assembly Hall, Michigan
Union, 7 and 9:30) A strange
" whodunit'' that showcases brilliant
dialogue and equally brilliant acting. A
great film..

Niteries
Second Chance - Rock and roll with
Mugsy through Sunday. Then it's funky
music with the Crowd Pleasers during
the week.
The Earle - All Directions this
weekend. Stephane Grappelli, the
master of the swing violin, in concert on
Tuesday. The Easy Street Blue Four on
Wednesday.
The Blind Pig - John Mooney and
His Blues Band on Friday and Satur-
day. Mondays, Boogie Woogie Red on
the piano.
Mr. Flood's Party - Five Guys
named Moe this weekend, Foot-loose on
Monday, and Tucker Blues Band on
Wednesday.
Abigail's - power pop with the Look
this weekend.
The Ark - Michael Cooney performs
this weekend.
Pretzel Bell - Bluegrass by the
R.F.D. Boys every weekend.
Bimbo's - Good-time sing-alongs
with The Gaslighters every weekend.
West Bank - Easy listening Top 40
with Flyer.

a conerence exploring
Sexual Orientation
sponsored by
Office of Student ProgramsF
Human Sexuality Offce
a weekend of workshops, concerts, films
r workshops, Michigan Union 9 AM.5 PM
Friday, Oct. 20-Sunday, Oct.22
CONCERTS:
FRIDAY, OCT. 20-Canterbury Loft, 332 S. State St.
CHARLIE MURPHY-gay male singer and
Time: 9 PM, songwriter in concert.
donations accepted CO-SPONSORED BY CANTERBURY LOFT
SATURDAY, OCT. 21-(location to be announced)
GINNI CLEMENS AND AMI PIERCE in concert at U-M
TIME: 8 PM, admission 13.50-advance tickets at Discount Records
on S. State St. and Schoolkids Records on E. Liberty (half price over 60
and under 16)
SPONSORED BY OASIS PRODUCTIONS-childcore.available
FILMS:
In conjunction with Gay Lifestyles Conference will also be
a special FREE FILM SERIES in the Michigan UnIon. Check
flyer on "films" for details.

I

for ,urher into, conact:
Human Sexuality Advocates
3404.3407 Michigan Union
Toe,. 763.4186 or 764-0207

child care provided:
Friday. 9 am. 5 p.m.
Sat. & Sun., 10 am 5 - p.m.
Room 3406, Michigan Union

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MANN THEATRES Wed. Matinees
u L~irzwiNAll seats $1.50
MAPLE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER0
769-1300 until 4:30

AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FOOD
3 Minutesfrom the Union
Not fast food-Just great food served quickly
EatIn or Carry Out
1 a.rm.-1I p~m. Mon-Thurs, I p.m.- I p.m. Sun, I I a.m.-12 a.m. Fri. & Sat.
Located at Thompson and William

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OCTOBER

14 thru NOVEMBER 4
BORDERS BOOK SHOP
GALLERY
303 S. STATE 668-7652

OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9:00
Mr. J opts for the plaid
shirt that plays so
many wardrobe roles.

D.Jim Zogby
Chairperson: Palestine
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, D.C.
"Camp David and the
Palestinians - -
Multi-purpose Room
Undergraduate Library-'3rd Floor
Friday, Oct. 20, 1978 Time-8:00 p.m
Sponsored by: Palestine Human Rights Committee

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Orchestra $950 - 85; Balcony 950 - 8 50
Tickets available at: FORD AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE and all J. L. HUDSON Ticket
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