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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 22, 1972

Art museum

features Durer

By CYNTHIA THOMAS
"Durer's Cities: Nuremberg
and Venice," opened, Sunday pt
the University Museum of Art.
Celebrating Albrecht Durer's
500th birthday, the exhibit, of
woodcuts and engravings will

continue through October 17.
At a brief gallery talk on
Sunday afternoon, University of
Michigan History of Art Profes-
sor Egon Verheyen commented
that the exhibit is organized to
allow the viewer to first enjoy

Durer's prints as a separate en-
tity, and then to survey the
work of his contemporaries in
Nuremberg and Venice. The
show emphasizes the interaction
of Northern and Italian art dur-
ing the 15th and 16th centur-

Records for the discerning and
those who prefer the late hours

By FARGO
Winner of the Wott Record
Company award for "Best Cut
Of 1971 For Listening To At
Four A.M." (outside on a warm
night if possible), even though
the year is not over, is the entire
23:38 A-side of Atom Heart
Mother (SKAO-382) by Pink.
Floyd. The winning track of the
same title " is an epic compen-
dium of Zabriskie Point flash-
back almost/the era of King
Arthur/ the fourteenth levelof
Dory Previn's third acid trip.
FOLLOW SMOKEY'S RULES
CAREFUL to
crush all
smokes dead out.

Not as pzazzy as Don Hicks and
his Hot Licks, but very sooth-
ing to listen to as we all await
the next development in people's
music which after all may not
happen for another five years.
Has anyone any info on the
rumor that Quicksilver, Dylan,
and Blues Magoos are develop-
ing a new form together?
Play some other records and
then side two of Atom Heart
reaching the last piece, "Alan's
Psychedelic Breakfast," which is
designed for munchie eaters or
macrobiotics, just in tine to eat
along.
You are ,either going to get
Imagine (Apple SW 3379) by
John Lennon. Or not. 'Nuff said
that it's a continuation of its
predecessor, the Janov Oko
Band. Some cuts more piercing
and/or lyrical than others. It
certainly is nice to hear a man
sing:
I didn't mean to hurt you
I'm sorry that I made you
cry
I didn't want to hurt you
I'm just a jealous guy
I was feeling insecure

You might not love me any-
more
I was shivering inside'
I was shivering inside
("Jealous Guy")
Mothers - Fillmore East June
1971 (Bizarra MS2042) is a rock
semi-opera in typical gurgly
Mothers musical - dialoguefa-
shion. About groupies. And cock
stars. Mark Volman and How-
ard Kaylan, formerly of the
Turtles, banter between each
other with Mark as the groupie
leader of the other Mothers, who
are after Howie - if he comes
across with a single which has a
bullet (Bam) on the charts. So
to earn various promised assort-
ed and perverted thrills, Kaylan
leads the Mothers in a killer
Zappesque version of "Happy
Together" reminding us once
again as did Ruben and the Jets
that we have all been Mothers
fans, since the beginning of
rock and roll. Zappa does an-
other great Willie the Pimp, as
the Mothers continue to parody
and simultaneously outplay ev-
ery superstar group.

ies, showing prints not only by
Durer but also by artists who
were either influenced by Dur-
er or who influenced him.
History of Art Prof. Clifton
Olds compared setting up an
art show with an iceberg, with
ninety percent of the work ac-
complished behind the scenes.
Special acknowledgement went
to Mrs. Nesta Spink and Mr.
John Holmes, who mounted and
framed the prints, and then as-
sembled them in the gallery.
Events scheduled in conjunc-
tion with the show include a
fall meeting for the Friends of
the Museum, and a Symposium
on Durer which is open to the
public. The, symposium will be
held October 7 and 8, with the
first lecture on Thursday,
October 7, in Angell Hall,
Auditorium "A", at 4 p.m. Wolf-
gang Stechow, Professor Emeri-
tus of the History of Art at
Oberlin College, will speak; he
is an honorary alumnus of the
University of Michigan, and a
scholar of German art. On Fri-
day, October 8, two lectures will
take place in the University of
Michigan Museum. of Art on
"Different Aspects of the Life
and Work of Albrecht Durer"
from 10-12 a.m. and from 2:30-
4:30 p.m.
Rent your
Roommate with
a Classified Ad

AIRPORT
LIMOUSINES
for information call
971-3700
Tickets are available
at Travel Bureaus or
the Michigan Union
32 Trips/Day

At corner of
State & Liberty
DIAL 662-6264
OPEN 12:45 P.M.
Shows at
1, 3, 5, 7,9 P.M.
ENDS TODAY!
STARTS TOMORROW!
GOD HELP
BOBBY AND
HELEN
They're in love
in Needle Park

-Daily-Denny Gainer
Pam and Ian, an original film ,by David Greene opened last
night. The film met with critical acclaim. Greene is a student at
the University.
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BUILD
WEDNESDAY ONLY
BROKEN
BLOSSOMS
Dir. 0. W. Griffith, 1919.
LILLIAN GISH and RICHARD
BARTHELMESS star in Grif-
fith's atmospheric tale of love
in the Soho district of Lon-
don. Chinese shopkeeper,
Barthelmess, smokes opium
and worships Lillian, the
daughter of Battling Burrows,
a tough fighter, who reserves
many of his punches for his
long-suffering daughter. Lil-
lian Gish's frenzied, scream-
ing performance in the closet
scene brought Griffith to tears
on the silent set.
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panic in
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park
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-FRIDAY-
Sept. 24
Jefferson Airplane
Eldridge Cleaver
Tom Hayden
in a "fiction - documentary of
the New American Revolution."
1 P.M.
Godard-Pennebaker
MIDWEST PREMIERE
ARM/Michigan Film Society
1st Presbyterian Church
1432 Washtenaw (off S. Univ.)
7:30 & 9:15-$1.25

r
Come over to 707 Oxford Road
Wednesday, Sept. 22-Tuesday, Sept. 28
7 -10 PM.
and
MAKE A FRIEND .

ATOM LAUGHLIN
C i1 DELORES TAYLOR
Next: "WUTHERING HEIGHTS"
THE UNIVERSITY SYNCHRONIZED SWIM CLUB
MICHIFISH

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7:00 and 9:00

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THE ALLEY CINEMA
PRESENTS
TONIGHT ONLY-WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22
Jean-Luc Godard's
BANDE A PART
(Bond of Outsiders)
Described by Godard as
"Alice in Wonderland meets Franz Kafka."
SHOWS AT 7 & 9:30-$1.00
330 MAYNARD
COMING THURS.-Marx Bros. in Horsefeathers
sponsored by ann arbor film cooperative

Meet the men of Phi Gamma Delta
Call 761-3243 for details

IS INTERESTED IN YOU.
Pre-Tryout Clinic on Wed., Sept. 22
7-9 p.m. at the WOMEN'S POOL

R.

We are the only film organization on campus that
offers you something more than movies for 75c
the ann arbor film cooperative
was formed in the summer of 1970 with the purpose of encouraging and supporting film-making in Ann
Arbor. Fifteen people (students et al) interested in film came together as the first board of the Coop. Dur-
ing the first year of our existence, we showed films Tuesday and Thursday nights in Auditorium A, Angell
Hall to raise money to fund our other projects. One such project was a film class for anyone interested in
learning how to make a 16 mm sound film. This class served as a pilot for future courses in film produc-
tion and aesthetics, which eventually will result in a film school with a fairly extensive curriculum, faculty
and facilities. Courses in production and aesthetics are being planned for the academic year 1971-72.
Another Coop project is the editing room for use by the Ann Arbor community. We have so far purchased
one complete set of 16 mm editing equipment and two sets of 8 mm equipment; future plans include the
purchase of lights, tripods, sound equipment and, eventually, cameras.
To encourage student filmmakers, the Coop has re-established the Ann Arbor 8 mm Film Festival which
draws films from all over the country. The Coop, along with other Ann Arbor film groups, also contri-
butes to the Ann Arbor 16 mm Film Festival.
This fall the Coop is expanding its film showings by an additional four nights a week at the Alley
Cinema (the former Canterbury House).
Although we have had made several grants to individual filmmakers, we hope to spend most of our efforts
and funds helping a large, filmmaking community, both by providing facilities and technical help to those
who want it. We would like to benefit from your participation in the field of film.
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
8 P.M.-Wednesday-Sept. 22-Room 3516 S.A.B.
COME AND FIND OUT WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
LAST TIMES TONIGHT at 5-7-9-11 p.m.

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