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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 14, 1012

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday. March 14. 1972

Your arts page.

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By PAUL TRAVIS
Arts Editor
Greetings. You are now read-
inq The Daily's Arts Page. You
may have noticed that page two
is where we attempt to bring
you the latest in reviews of
movies, plays, ' recordings and
anything else that we feel may
be of interest.
We have a slight problem. We
are not really sure what you
want to read on this page. Page
two has unlimited possibilities
and ,we need your help to pro-
vide us with some direction.
We are now conducting a sur-
vey of the professors in the
University to find out their
opinions and we would like com-
ments from student readers also.
What do you want on this
page? Do you want just reviews
telling you what happened last
night? It is sort of our feeling
that there is not much use in
telling you about what you
missed last night, but if that is
what you want, we'll try to sup-
ply it.-
Would you prefer instead
nothing but advances, telling
who is playing where, when, and
for how much? Our business
staff would be upset about the
free advertising but if that is
what you ask for, you'll get it.
These options are the usual,
run of the mill, for most arts
pages, but being the type of
paper we are, we are not that
limited.
We could perhaps run a gos-
sip and society column. The lat-
est dirt on which University of-
ficial is dating whom or which
SGC members are sleeping with
each other. It might be called
"Campus Confidential" or "The
Rumors Behind the News."
Perhaps you would rather
have more (or all) features on
!the page. Did you like the one
about the stripper? Would you
like to see some about how to
buy a musical instrument or a
camera or stereo equipment? Do
you want stories about the Uni-
versity's art, drama, music, and
film courses?
Would you prefer us to con-
centrate on student art shows
and student drama or do you
want us to cover the major pro-
fessional works presented on
campus?
Then again, you might rather
"have interviews with the major
performers and musicians that
come here. Let us know.
There is another approach
that could be taken. This is a
newspaper and you might pre-
fer us to try to unearth some
scandalous corruption in the art
school or the School of Music.
We're not saying there is some
there but we really haven't
looked yet. Do you want us to?
, Or perhaps you would rather
we ran nothing but record re-
views. If you want us to tell you
about every album that comes
out, let us know. We won't do
it without some pushing from
you.
Another question that needs
to be answered is what areas of
the arts you want us to concen-
Stolen Tickets!
Buy tickets from UAC-
Daystar outlets only, or
from friends you know.
(Call 763-4553 to check.
The following stolen
tickets for Ma rch 17
Alice Coltrane show will
not be honored:

trate on. Would you rather have
us write about cultural trends
going on in town - the latest
'in' drug, the latest dope prices,
the art of frisbee flying?
We could concentrate on rock
and roll music. We could list
which bands are playing at
what bar, which bands have
broken up and which electric
violin player has started a new
,group.
Or would you rather have us
write about movies, what do
they all mean, which star is
dating what director, and what
is the real reason the two-bit
heavy hit his wife and gave her
a black eye.
What do you want us to cov-
er? Music (what type), drama,
photography, dance (modern,
folk, square) art, crafts, etc.
You have to tell us what you
would like to read. There is no
guarantee that we will follow
any of these suggestions but
there will be no chance if you
don't let us know.
You can also help us by writ-
ing and letting us know what
you think of the various review-
ers. All you have to do is send
us a note through the campus
mail. No postage is needed and
you should address all mail to:
MICHIGAN DAILY
ARTS DESK
424 MAYNARD
Just drop it off in the Campus
Mailbox at any dorm or at most
offices or University office
building like Angell Hall or the
LSA Bldg.
Up Coming Events
FILMS. The big event this
week is the prestigious Ann
Arbor Film Festival. Hundreds
of 60mm films will be shown
this week at the Architecture
Aud.
There will be three different
showings each night at 7, 9, and
11. The winners of the festival
which is sponsored by the Cine-
ma Guild will be shown this
Sunday.
MUSIC. UAC - Daystar are
bringing Alice Coltrane, Leon
Thomas, and the Contempor-
ary Jazz Quintet toperform at
Hill Aud, this Friday night.
Pianist, harpist, composer,
and leader, the multi-talented
Coltrane is moving jazz along
in the new direction started by
her late husband, saxophonist
John Coltrane.
A bit of advance warning -
UAC-Daystar is bringing Kris
Kristofferson to Ann Arbor on
the last day of this term's
classes.
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ana up-coming
This Friday also brings the first Symphony Orchestra will be ap-
sock-hop of spring. Jimmy and pearing this week in Ann Arbor,
the Javelins and Chastity and It was necessary to switch the
the Belts will be performing in dates of their appearance hence
dining room 4 at West Quad the Chamber Players will be at
for free. Rackham tonight and the Sym-
Golden Oldies will be given as phony Orch. tomorrow night at
prizes to the greasiest looking Hill.
guy and girl and to the best Julian Bream, guitarist, has
dancers. The 50's live again. been re-scheduled to appear at
For those of you who can't Hill on Monday, March 20.
get enough music here in Ann Those holding the original tick-
Arbor, there is a city not too ets for the concert at the Power
far from here that usually has Center are asked to exchange
bands playing most nights. them at Hill on the new date.
If you can manage to get a
car or find a ride into Detroit ART SHOWS: At the Uni-
here are some things you might versity's Museum of Art are a
want to check out: number of exhibits that might
Savoy Brown, rock and roll be of interest. One is Art and
blues at Ford Aud. tonight'and the Excited Spirit: America in
tomorrow night starting at 8. the Romantic Period, Organized
$4.50. by History of Art Prof. David
Edgar Winter and White Huntington, the exhibit concen-
Trash, funky blues at the Cin- trates on works of art from the
derella Ballroom on March 17 middle decades of the 19th_
and 18 at 8:00. $4.50. century.
Sonny and Cher, March 21 at Over 150 very diverse objects,
the University of Detroit at ranging from paintings, sculp-
8:00. > ture, prints, and drawings, to
$6.50, $5.50, $4.50.- stoves and phrenological heads
Black Sabbath, Yes, Wild will be displayed.
Turkey, March 22 at Cobo Hall.
Tickets (almost sold out) $5.50. Also on exhibit is a show of
Starts at 8. African and Oceanic art and a
Bread, March 24 at Masonic collection of 20th century prints
Aud. No ticket prices or time set and drawings from two private
yet. collections.
B. B. King, Muddy Waters,
James Cotton Blues Band, A 250-piece collection of Chi-
March 24 at University of De- nese and Indochinese ceramics,
troit at 8:30. $5.50, $4.50, $3.50. recently presented to the Uni-
Moody Blues, March 25 at versity is now on display at the
Cobo Hall at 8:00. $6, $5, $4. Rackham Galleries.
Deep Purple, March 30 at
Ford at 8. $6, $5, $4. The Chinese wares include
Coming in April is Maio, Pro- examples of celeadon (green)
col Harum, Pink Floyd. Also ranging from the Sung (960-
dates have been althoug n 1279) to the Ming period (1368-
Jethro Tull and Elton John. 1644), and blue and white from
. The Boston Symphony Cham- the Yuan (1279-1368) and Ming
ber Players and the Boston periods.

events
TELEVISION: If you missed
the John Sinclair Freedom Rally
here on December 10 with all
the biggies you can see a con
densed version on Channel 56
this Saturday at 9:00.
Channel 56's kindly cut the
eight-hour rally down to two
hours. The program will include
performances by Tea Garden
and Van Winkle with Bob See-
ger, the UP, Phil Ochs, and
Stevie Wonder. The special ap-
pearance of John and Yoko
Lennon singing off-key "It Ain't
Fair, John Sinclair" will also be
featured.
Speakers will include poet Al-
lan Ginsberg, Bobby Seale,
Father Joseph Groppi, Jerry
Rubin, Rennie Davis, and John
Sinclair's mother.
John and Leni Sinclair will
discuss the rally between each
of the featured segments.
WABX & U of D Presents

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NOW THAT YOU'RE BACK
Why Not Get Your Tickets Today?
The Michigan Men's
Glee Club
IN
SPRING CONCERT
Hill Auditorium
TICKETS: Mail Orders-1024 Administration Bldg. March 1-25
BLOCK SALES: Hill Box Office March 16-17
GENERAL SALES: Hill Box Office March 18-25

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Proudly Presents

B.B. KING
Pius Special Guest Star
James Cotton
BLUES BAND

NORTHWOOD V FAMI-LY APARTMENTS
FOR UNIVERSI TY STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF
APPLICATIONS
Are Now Being Accepted For Our 400 New Unfurnished
Two and Three Bedroom Apartments
Occupancy Dates and Available Units are as Follow;
June 1, 1972-55 Two Bedroom-54 Three Bedroom
June 15, 1972-23 Two Bedroom-60 Three Bedroom
August 1, 1972-56 TwoBedroom-32 Three Bedroom
August 15, 1972-66 Two Bedroom--50 Three Bedroom
The Rates Quoted Below Are Consistent With 1971-72 Prices and Are Therefore
Approximate. The University Reserves the Right to Revise the Rates With 60 Day
Notice to the Tenant During the Period for Which They Are Intended.

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SHOWCASE THREE!
bruce jay friedman
STEAM BATH
Frieze Arena Theatre
THURS.-SAT., MARCH 16-18
.3. I Arr. w T._.

Extra Added Attraction
MUDDY WATERS
Fri., March 24, 8:30 p.m.
U of D Memorial Building
Tickets $5.50, $4.50, $3.50
Available at the U-D Box Office
and all J.L. Hudson ticket outlets.
FOR MAIL ORDERS: Send check
or money order with self stamped
envelope to: B.B. KING, U. OF D.
PERFORMING ARTS, 4001 West
McNichols, Detroit, Mich., 48221

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Truebiood Box office Opens at 2:60 P.M.
Tickets at $1.00, $1.50 764-5387

DIAL 668-6416\
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ENCORES

1972 UNDERGRAD ART SHOW
All Undergrad Students Are Eligibles
Work Will Still Be Accepted
Today, Tuesday, March 14
10-5 P.M. and 7-11 P.M.
3rd FLOOR RACKHAM GALLERIES
$1.50 Enrtance Fee
Show Opens Friday, March 17-7-11 P.M. and Runs Mon.
thru Sat. 8 a.m.-11 p.m. until April 1st
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DIAL 665-6290
HELD OVER!
"Dustin Hoffman's finest per-
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National Observer
"A brilliant feat of movie mak-
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Time Magazine

2-bedroom $131-
utilities + 24
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tional charge may be levied on these apartments.
For applications and information visit the Housing Information Office,
1011 Student Activities Building or call 763-3168.

3-bedroom $146
utilities ± 26
$172

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AWARDS
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BEST EDITING
BEST SCREENPLAY
BEST PHOTOGRAPHY
BEST SCORE
AND

"U.S. Relations With the Middle East: 1918-1972"
MR. DAVID NES
U.S. Foreign Service (Ret.)
Columnist for the Baltimore Sun

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MARCH 16th
Auditorium B

7:30 P.M.

DUSTIN
HUFFMAN4
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JANE
FONDA

DONALD
SUTHERLAND

After Mr. Nes is through, it is hoped that the audi-
ence will stay and discuss the speech with him.
Sponsored by the Organization of Arab Stu-
dents in conjunction with World Week

SHOWS AT
1, 3, 5, 7, 9:05

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Sec. II, Row H, seats 11, 13,
12, 10, 8, 6; Row B, seats
1, 3, 5, 7. Sec. IIf, Row D,
seats 6, 4, 2; Row L, seats
12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2. Sec. 1V,
Row 1, seats 1, 3, 5, 7, 9,
11, 13, 12, 10, 8

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"THE GODFATHER" is
now a movie
COMING MARCH 24th

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John Cohen, Tracy Schwartz, Mike

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MARCH 18

Mendelssohn Theatre

8:30 P.M.

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