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Tke AAirhinnn Dnilv-Wednesdav. October 24, 1979-Page 7

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ERIC ZORN'S

We don
to hear
NOSLAVE to taste is Betty
N Ford, y
Frerstwhile first wife, who
was out being candid and
courageous again this week
discussing her former drug and
alcohol problems. She is not, it now
surfaces, the only former presidential
spouse with dirty linen to trot out: A
collection of letters soon to be
published by William Morrow and
Co. reveals that Eleanor Roosevelt
was in love with Lorena Hickok, a
female reporter who covered Mrs.
Roosevelt for the Associate Press.
THE thirty-year correspondence
between the two women began in Oc-
tober, 1932, and letters passed back
and forth almost daily. A par-
ticularly rich passage, dated March
7,1933, reads: "Hick, darling .. . Oh,
I want to put my arms around you. I
ache to hold you close .
Who knows what will surface
about Mamie and Bess and Lady
Bird if we-keep our noses to the

't want
about it

ground? Keep an eye on your
Peoplemania column for the latest
in high~level dirt.
5th Avenue at .iberty St. 761-9700
Formerly Fifth Forum Theater
ill Brian be crucified
for incorrectly conjugating
" -a-

JIMMY KISSES, BUT NEVER TELLS. One of the advantages of being a noted Chicago, swapping spit,
political figure is that you get to kiss all sorts of women. Just ask those Kennedy Jane Byrnne, and an uni
boys. Here President Carter puts his lips to work during a recent wing through
AND NOW .Lear
Notesfrom all over for N
,OVERRATED Poster queen Farrah Fawcett has our fellow gossip column- 1 EARTS ARE BLE
- ists doing the Devil's own dance to discover just what she's up to romantically JU of Rolling StoneI
these days. Waltef Scott of Parade magazine has the tawney actress keeping her request to move di
company with some tennis player of marginal fame, while Liz Smith, New York more lucrative settlem
Daily News, insists she's seeing Ryan O'Neal, whom Walter Scott says is put- Bianca's American
ting the march on Charlie Chaplin's widow Oona. Other notables insist that Lee Marvin palimony suit fa
Majors and Farrah are going to settle their ugly quarrel and reunite. The truth, American judge. In Br
though, is all we print: For some time-now, Farrah and Daily columnist Roger over $1 million.
Pensman have been inseperables. Pensman says Ryan O'Neal "Couldn't pack Complicating matt
my lunch." <}should be haggled out
overrule the other.
FOR A DEAD MAN, primal rock-n-roller ElvisPresley is sure making a The 32-year-old, Ni
lot of news. The Ladies Home Journal has published excerpts from "Elvis, We for eight and a half yea
Love You Tender," by the King's mother and three stepbrothers, and the book rwich she has become a
reveals that the three times Elvis was hospitalized between 1973 and 1975 were plenty of airplane rides
v -to recover from drug problems. Well. An interesting sidelight to this vastly that? Not at today's pri'
uninteresting subject is that the chubby heartthrob disaapproved of evil things What will they thin
like marijuana, but thought as long as drugs were prescribed they were OK. rags? What will the do
petition complaining ofl
... He has a lot of nerv
-FIRST BRAT Amy Carter cele- : :.. . .
brated her birthday last Friday, in case
you were wondering what all that
celebrating was about. She got boots, a
jacket, some jewelry, and, presumbly,
a kiss from her father. Amy is either 12
or 13, depending on whom you read, but
it doesn't really matter much yet any-
way.
INFLA ED IDIOT columnist Bob
Talbert o the Detroit Free Press ac-
tually wrote the following item in Mon-
day's paper, and was not dismissed
summarily from his job: "When I order
at one of those drive-in window inter-
coms I often conclude my order with
. ..and a partride in a pear tree.' Try
it. You'll be delighted with the respon-
se. And who knows, they may serve you
one.
WRETCHED EXCESS. Rugged
actor James Coburn has himself a, spot OKYOU SNOBS, if disco sucks out loud, why do all fam
in the new Guiness Book of World ity? The buttocks belong to old Pierre Trudeau, master
Records that went on sale last week. He club; the winged cap, stubby build, and loud, patchwo
was paid $250,000 per syllable to speak star. The once-bald British rocker, who will be disco-i
the words "Schlitz Light" for a TV blinking camera in a rare moment of repose at the trend
commercial. Someone ought to give ever get invited.

successively, with "Little Miss Peanut," Chicago Mayor
identified voter. How many people did YOU kiss last week?

1 years ahead

ick's Bianca
EEDING, this week for Bianca Jagger, the angry wife of
Mick Jagger. A British court of appeal last week denied
ivorce proceedings to California where she hoped to get a
ent.
in lawyer-unctuous barrister Marvin Mitchelson of Lee
ame-said they hoped for "several million dollars" from an
itain, the highest award of maintenance by a judge is just
ers further is the opinion of a Los Angeles court that the suit
in this country, not Epgland. Of course, neither court can
caraguana-born jet setter has put up with her zany husband
ars, and wants to be sure she is supported in the-manner to
ccustomed. This certainly includes lots of sleek new clothes,
, and fistfuls of cocaine. Will a million dollars get a woman
ces it won't.
nk if she shows up to Studio 54 in a taxi wearing those old
orman think? And can you believe it, Mick has filed a cross-
Bianca's "unreasonable conduct."
e, doesn't he?

Buster Keaton Night
FILM
Samuel Beckett's only venture into the film medium stars Keaton in a one-
character production with no dialogue. Based on the theory-that "to be is to be
perceived," elements of comedy surround the philosophical base. 1965.
Sherlock, Jr.
Keaton, portraying a day-dreaming projectionist, satirizes conventional movie
mysteries. Directed by Kpaton and featuring fantastic special effects. Silent.
1924. ______________

Steamboat Bill

bI"

Keaton and his wild and crazy antics aboard a riverboat. Silent. 1927.

CINEMA GUILD

TONIGHT AT
7:00 & 9:05

OLD ARCH. AUD.
$1.50

The Ann Arbor Film Coopertive Presents at Aud. A:
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24
HAMLET

$1 50

(Laurence Olivier, 1948) 8 only, AUD. A
By interiorizing many of Hamlet's monologues, Olivier creates a steely, isolated
and haunted Hamlet. The Prince of Denmark is -a man, not a bewildered stu-
dent, with the added conflict of his mother's incentuous affections. Olivier
has directed Hamlet with deliberate pacing to produce a powerful and stagger-
ing story. Even those unfamiliar with the story can understand the full meaning
of the words. With JEAN SIMMONS as Ophelia.
Showing Friday: Franco Brusati's
BREAD, AND CHOCOLATE at MIB

t

CINEMA II1
PRESENTS -
IN PERSON
MOLLY HASKELL
Over the lost decade, the critical role of women in film has increased
significantly. This evening, Cinema 11 is proud to present MOLLY
HASKELL, widely published film reviewer, author of FROM REVERENCE
TO RAPE, and the foremost critic of women on film in the country. Ms.
Haskell will speak' on the changing roles and treatment of women on
film.
Rackham Amphitheatre $150 7:0

tus and important people do it at every opportun-
of the chic, as he lets loose in a Montreal night-
Drk suit belong to little Elton John, the very big
ng to Ann Arbor shortly, is caught by the never
dy Studio 54 disco into which very few of us could

Bianca Jagger his number.

X xx"x:

yAwV M Y W /MIIMYJ MMwMiMM4M .a W+ M

WHAT DO YOU MAKE OF THIS? Singin' David Clayton Thomas of
Blood Sweat and Tears has been charged with hitting a 21-year-old female fan
in the face. Manhasset, N.Y.'s finest say that Thomas and Dana Tarulli got
acquainted last August at a nightclub where the group was playing, and sub-
sequently retired to the woman's home. Their little fight-figure this-came af-
ter an argument about "personal problems'." Thomas, 38, was freed on $500 bail
pending his trial Dec. 10. Striking a female fan of a faded rock group in the face
after she has been gracious enough to invite you into her home carries a
maximum penalty of a year in the slam and a $1,000 fine. It all sounds a lot like
the stuff of which The Knack songs are made.r
NOTED MICHIGAN ALUMNUS Tom Hayden and his wife Jane
Fonda are still making news: While touring a solar powered farm.in Woodward,
Iowa, a hydrogen-oxygen machine that converts water into clean-burning
hydrogen gas prodbced a small explosion. What do you suppose Jane did at that
surprise? The same thing she probably did when learning tht the University of
Michigan was damned if they would pay her and her bothersome spouse their
full honorarium: She screamed and jumped back. Yes, she did. That's about it
for garbage news this week.
THURSDAY,. OCTOBER 25-3:10 pm
East Lecture Rm. Rackham 3rd floor
DEFENSE and AID:
POLITICAL REPRESSION in
SOUTH AFRICA since SOWETO
Lecture by WILFRED GRENVILLE GREY
Chief Executive International Defense and
Aid Fund for Southern Africa

Senior Nursing Students: To be a
member of, the Navy's health team
contributing your professional
talents and knowledge can bring the greatest
satisfaction you will ever experience in your
nursing career. For information on how YOU can
become a Navy Nurse, contact the Navy Nurse
Programs:
CHERYL NAUMANN
COLLECT: (313) 226-3700

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