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The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 1, 1978-Page 5
H _ n. For the week of
fla ruflE ng ***Decemberi1 throu ghl

FRIDA Y
December 1
Cinema
A Thousand Clowns (Old A&D, 7 and
9:05) Jasoi:Robards as a lovable eccen-
t c. k
.Efli Briest (AH, 7 and 9:30) Directed
by Haines Werner Fassbinder.
§Snokey and the Bandit (Nat Sci, 7
ana 9) Another bloody awful flick about
,neck truckers, CBs and the joys of
taking the speed limit.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
LB 3, 7 and 10:20) The Flying Circus
'Ys play hell with the King Arthur
gend.
EW still
eviews
-M sex
ias suit
(Continued from Page i1)
-aised"
=HEW OFFICIALS would not comment
bout any conclusions drawn so far in
heir 'investigation, stating only that
'progress has been made."
'Tom Esbrook, who is coordinating
.ie investigation, explained that a shift
rpersonnel was the ;reason for the
elay in acting on the complaint. "We
re beginning to develop policies on this
ase," he added.
'The major point on which HEW must
ecide, and which may, decide the fate
f the University's case is the inter-
retation of Title IX. The ruling on the
University's case will set a precedent
or dozens of similar cases around the
ountry.
bAccording to Charles Harris, the
ssistant athletic director, there are
two "schools of thought" in this inter-
retation.,On the one hand is the belief
hat Title IX calls for proportionate
adrbing for men's and women's athletic
grams.
'ANOTHER BELIEF is that Title IX
'Ts for equal dollars for men's and
ien's intercollegiate sports.
t ae result is a tangle of misunder-
nding abo ut Title IX. Harris sum
* ed up the situation by stating that "n
a knows exactly what it means,"
'nhatever progress may have ben
.ade to equalize men's and wome '
.tiletic spending, the "big morY"
-ports of men's football and baske)all
twill dominate the Athletic Dpar-
prent's budget.
More money was spent last yar on
awards and motion pictures ar the
football team-$48,000-than orthe en-
tire tennis program fo both
sexes-$42,000.
More money went to tht football
team's training table than tither the
wrestling or gymnastics prgrams. It
edst $p00si more to run the ticket
department for football tha to operate
temens' and womens' 'im teams.
And the Athletic Depatment spent
smore on football scholarsips last year
than on all other sports ombined, ex-
eluding hockey and baskiball.
But football is the bradwinner, the
one maker for th entire depar-
tment, bringing in mutt of its operating
funds. Many people ivolved with the
Te IX case would lie to see the foot-
ball team separated fom the rest of the
department, to beome simply the
source of revenue for other sports,
freed from the lega'bligations of Title
Ilx.
For now, hower HEW now must
Interpret the meading of Title IX, and
bW relate that terpretation to the

growing list of celeges and universities
which have begin charged with non-
compliance. Acording to HEW, that
verdict won't b made until early next
year.
Instrumerts displayed
.Antique and foreign musical in-
struments Pom the Stearns Collection
at the Schoil of Music will be on display
today tirough Sunday at Hill
Auditoriun. The exhibition coincides
with the University Musical Society's
nnual presentation of Handel's
"Messiah" there, the University an-
ounces.

Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (MLB
4, 7 and 9) Jimmy Stewart as a fighting
young congressman.
SA TURDA Y
Decembet 2
Cinerfa
Key Largo (7 and 9:63) The ultimate
face-off: good, noble Himphrey Bogart
versus evil gangster Eddie G. Robin-
son.
The Turning Point (AH, 7 and 9)
Atrocious film about tie midlife crises
of two women .(Shirlsy Maclaine and
Ann Bancroft). Worhi it only for the
mouthwatering sightof dancer Mikhail
Baryshnikov in tight.
Shoot the Piano Iayer(Nat Sci, 7
8:40 and 10:20) Dirocted by Truffaut,
with Charles Aznaour, the French
Republic's answer ttSteve Tyler.
Foreign Correspordent (MLB 3, 7 and
10:20) Vintage_ Htchcock, with a
thrilling climax.
Psycho (MLB 3, 1:40 only) Actually
this is a rather dull tim.

MONDA Y
December 4
Cinema
Summer Storm and Riot in Cell Block
1 (7 and 9, respectively, AH, Aud. A).
TUESDA Y
December 5
Cinema
Samaurai Spy (Old A&D, 7 and 9:05)
No, this does NOT star John Belushi, it
is a REAL Japanese samaurai film.
Badlands (Aud. A, AH, 7 and 10:F0)
Starring Martin Sheen and Sissy
Spacek. Also at Aud. A, 92 in the Shade,
at 8:40 only.
A Doll's House (MLB 3, 7 and 9)
Claire Bloom and Anthony. (Magic)
Hopkins star in this screen adaptation
of Ibsen's masterwork.
Hiroshima, Mon Amour (MLB 3, 7
and 9) Alain Resnais' allegory of love,
brutality and the nuclear rape of
Hiroshima.
Events
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band,
8 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Count Basie and his Orchestra with
Joe Williams, 8 p.m.. Hill Auditorium.
WEDNESDA Y
December 6
Cinema
Citizen Kane (Old A&D, 7 and 9:05)
Orson Wells' perennial masterpiece.
Lotsa larfs and sex.
Cesar and Rosalie (Aud. A, 7 only) In
French, with subtitles.

Pardon Mon Affaire (AH, Aud. A, 9
only) Comedy about the erotic exploits
of a married man.
Events
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band,
8 p.m., Crisler Arena.
THLYUR SDA Y
December 7
Cinema
Open City (Old A&D, 7 and 9:05)
Rosselini's famous docu-drama of the
Nazi occupation of Rome.
To Kill a Mockingbird (Michigan
Union Assembly Hall, 7i and 9:15)
Gregory Peck in his most sonorous role,
as the upstanding Southern lawyer in
this fair-to -middling adaptation ofaHar-
per Lee's novel.
Two films by Brian DePalma at AG,
Aud. A: Hi Mom, at 7 and 10:20, and
Greetings, at 8:40 only.
Events ,
UAC Soph Show: Pippin, 8 p.m.,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Violinist Isaac Stern, 8:30 p.m., Hill
Auditorium.
NITERIES
Second Chance-funky music with
Swiss Movement through Sun. The
Look rocks with power pop on Monday,
and Sonic's Rendezvous Band plays
very loud proto-punk on Tuesday. Wed-
nesday through next weekend features
the return of Mugsy.
Blind Pig-the Latin fusion sounds of
the Prismatic Band this weekend.
Monday, Boogie Woogie Red plays the

blues piano.
The Earle-Changes performs
through Saturday. Misbehavin' plays
old swing tunes on Sunday. The
acapella excellence of The Persuasions
is featured December 4-7.
Mr. Flood's-Tucker Blues Band
plays most of the standards of Chicago
blues this weekend.
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Cinema
One Sings the Other Doesn't (Old
A&D, 7 adi 9:05) The Ann Arbor
premiere r this much-vaunted film,
directed b Agnes Varda. French, with
subtitles.
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