Page 8-Friday, November 17, 1978-The Michigan Daily
The closer you get
For the week of
November 17 - 22
the better we look.
Stolen Kisses (Old A&D, 7, 8:30, and
10) Directed by Francois Truffaut.
Greaser's Palace (MLB3, 7, and
10:20) Another comedy about Jesus
Lenny Bruce Performance (MLB 3,
8:40 only) A film of the legendary
The Groove Tube (Nat. Sci., 7, 8:30,
and 10) Cheezy collection of TV spoofs,
full of toilet-level gags masquerading
as outrageous satire.
Z (MLB Aud. 4, 7, and 9:30) Tense,
fascinating investigation into the
assassination of a left-wing political
candidate (Yves Montand) in a dic-
The Great Dictator (AH, 7 and 9)
Chaplin, capitalizing on his resemblan-
ce to Adolf Hitler, does his bit for the
Allied propaganda effort. Incidentally,
he made this cotton-candy parody of
Nazism unaware of what "Adenoid
Hinkel" was doing to his fellow Jews at
Pink Flamingoes (Old A&D, 7, 8:30
and 10) This truly is obscene and crude
enough to disgust even the most perver-
ted viewer, but it remains one of the
wittiest underground films ever made.
The Serpent's Egg (MLB3, 7 and 9)
Ingmar Bergman's recent vision of
Nazi Germany in the 30's.
Two by Hitchcock: Suspicion (7 and
10:20), aside from its sell-out ending, is
an edge-of-the-seat thriller. Also Mur-
der at 8:40 only at Nat. Sci.
The Duellists (AH, 7 and 9)
Beautifully photographed period piece
starring Harvey Keitel and Keith "I'm
Dark Star (Old A&D, 7 and 1:05)
Another movie about space travel.
The Harder They Come (AH, 7 and 9)
MORE THAN A BOOKSTORE
549 E. University
With reggae star Jimmy Cliff, who
recently played in Ann Arbor.
I Walked With a Zombie (Aud. A, 7
only) Everything the title suggests, and
The Body Snatcher (Aud. A, 9:15
only) Good chiller about the ghouls who
supply Edinburgh med school with
fresh cadavers. Watch for the scene in
which Boris Karloff "Burkes" Bela
A Japanese double feature at Qld
A&D: The Bell, at 8, and Downtown at
Beat the Devil (Aud. A, 7 and 10:20)
Overrated, sluggish spoof of foreign in-
trigue films, with Bogart, Peter Lorre
and the abominable Jennifer Jones.
Fat City (Aud. A, 8:40 only) Directed
by John Huston, starring Stacy Keatch.
Foreign Correspondent (Old A&D, 7
and 9:05) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Second Chance - Top 49 rock with
Foxx through Sunday. Monday, singer
Kenny Rankin appears in concert. Then
the rest of the week, it's the
Masquerade band, again.
Abigail's - Sweet Crystal and the
Rockets perform this weekend. If you
like Chuck Berry riffs, don't miss the
Blind Pig - Dick Siegel and his
Ministers of Melody play this weekend.
Monday, Boogie Woogie Red plays his
honky tonk blues piano.
The Earle - Dancing to the sounds of
Nymbus is offered through Saturday
Vibist Milt Jackson appears in concert
on Monday, and William Albright does
the same on Tuesday. On Wednesday
Innerchange begins a gig which last
through next weekend.
Mr. Flood's - Five Guys Named Mo
take the stage this weekend. Sunday
through Tuesday, solo folksingers anc
small folk groups provide the enter
tainment. Driving Chicago blues by th(;
Tucker Blues Band on Wednesday.
Poor Richard's - Disco and soft rock
by Tangent this weekend.
The Underground - Kicker provides
the rock and the club provides the seedy
atmosphere all next week.
The Ark - Gamble Rogers will per
form this weekend.
Halfway Inn - East Quad gets wilk
with the punk sounds of The Infidel:
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Reggif
Williams, a starting linebacker foi
Oregon State in 1977, was all of 16 wher
the season began. The husky freshmar
celebrated his 17th birthday on Nov..
when Oregon State lost to Washingtor
Reggie is also a crack student. H
majors in chemical engineering anc
during his entire high school career
averaged 3.8 as against a perfect 4.0.
Among other things, Reggie is also ar
an afternoon of
Music & Dance from Java
The University of Michigan
School of Music and
Center for South and
Southeast Asian Studies
NOV. 19-4 P.M.
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Boots for breakfast.. .soft as butter,
warm as toast. Miss J starts her day
right, ready for the cold in fleece
lined boots in natural leather tones.
A. "Orange Juice" mid-calf boot lets
Would Newton gravitate
Like the apple gravitated toward Newton.
You see, Newton was the beneficiary of a bump of enlightenment.
Undoubtedly, he would have been amenable to other enlight-
ening stimuli as well. For example, the hearty, full-bodied flavor of
Cinci. The smooth and easy swallow. The fascinating, long-
lasting head. As thousands of others after him, it is virtually a
mathematical certainty that he would have said, "It's too good
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