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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 6, 1971

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, November 6, 1971

MUSIC

Muddy:
By BERT STRATTON
Muddy Waters' first *set last
n i g h t wasn't that good, yet
everyone knows the next sets
will be better. It's the same old
story: musician arrives in town,
tired, has to play his first set
anyway, barely warms up, breaks
for second set, and reviewer
writes about how blah every-
thing is.
But things will improve. The
crowd will react better. Muddy
will be higher, drinking his $9
champagne, and everything will
work out fine. As a great blues
band performs in a new, im-
proved Alley where the chairs
line the walls leaving the middle
floor space clear - for people to
stretch out and move in.
The band-incredibly good-
especially Paul Oscher, doing it
on harp, Pinetop Perkins piano-
ing well. Everybody was good
and Muddy even better. How-
ever, nobody got off on it. Mud-
dy was brought down by the lack
of response from his audience,
and played a quick set.
Friday night first sets are
what I'm talking about. It's too
bad those are the ones that get
reviewed.
So, there's rno guarantee that

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Alhey
Last night it was all so bleary.
For sure, Muddy will pull it all
together - crowd and all. the
music is for certain to becout-
standing, the event will become
exciting. It'll be worth the. prie,

Placement Service
The following schools will interview
prospective teachers in our office dur-
ing months of November and Decem-
ber. Make appointments by calling
764-7459. or at Career Plan. & Place-
ment through Educ. Div. Receptionist
on Monday of week before the inter-
view date.
,Nov. 9;" Midland, Mi.-Eng., El. Ed. .
Home Ec. only; Nov. 16, Garden City,
Mi.; Nov. 18, Bureau of Indian Af-
fairs, Indian Schools - Elem only; Dec.
1, Wyandotte, Mi.; Dec. 7, Alpena, Mi.
Southfield, Mi., Detroit, Mi., Rochester,
Mi.; Dec. 8, Cleveland, Oh.; Dec. 9,
Grand Rapids, Mi.

For the student body:
LEVI'S.
CORDUROY
Slim Fits ... $6.98
(All Colors)
Bells.. .... ..$8.50
DENIM
Bush Jeans . $10.00

Aieu

GRAD COFFEE HOUR
Come for dessert
and cof fee
after dinner
TUESDAY, NOV. 9
8-10 p.m.
4th Floor
RACKHAM

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Cf
Day Cal endar
Sch. of Education R. Heyns, "Ad-
ministrative Problems in- Higher Edut-
cation,"Rackha AssernbIy Hali 9 am,
Orthodox Christian Felowship> D.
Bush,. Univ. of W, Ontario; 'Oxtho-
doy: A Ghetto?" St. Nicholas Ortho-
dox Church, 414 N Maip St., 10:4, am.
Football: .Michigan.. vs. Iowa.,~ici
gan Stadium, 1:30.pm
Men's Glee Club: Joint Concert with
Iowa Scottish Highlanders,:-Hill Aud., !
7, 9:30 pm.
IUAC Soph Show: 'The-Pajama
Game," Power Center, 8 pm.
Musical Society: Chamber Arts Series.
"Concentus Musicus from Vienna,"
Rackham Aud., 8:30 pm.

joe orton
WHAT THE
BUTLER
SAW

Bells ......
Boot Jeans
Pre-Shrunk
Super Slims -

$8.00
$7.50
$7.50
$7.00

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THURS., FRI., SAT. EVES
Box Office-Trueblood
opens 2 P.M.
Seats at $1.00, $1.50

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CINEMA II
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
THE THIRD MAN
(1949)
5py story set in Vienna, with Orson Wells, Joseph
Cotton, Alida Valli and Trevor Howard, directed by
Carol Reed, with screenplay by Graham Greene
7 & 9:05 Aud. A, Angell Hall

Muddy Waters
Muddy will play as well as he
did at Hill Aud., that'd be pretty
hard, but there's the definite
possibility that things will turn
out to be what one would ex-
pect when Muddy Waters plays
a small coffeehouse. Dynamite.
When Muddy played at Hill
he .-had everybody going nuts,
dancing, and in general digging
it. By some sort of logic the
Alley should be an easier place
in which to excite a crowd than
big old Hill Aud.
There used to be reasons why
the Alley was a bum place-be-
ing hit with pinball commer-
cials, cinema commercials, and
cider announcements just when
you wanted to get into some
Corner of State and Liberty Sts.
DIAL 662-6264
Shows at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.05
FRANK ZAPPA'S R

music and away from all that.
Well, now there is some of that
Canterbury House aura, there is
a chance to break in the Alley,
and do it right.
With Oscher screeching and
belching on his harp-(I say
belching because I'm tired of
moaning) and Muddy carrying
on that mysterious dialogue be-
tween his voice and his guitar,
and Pinetop smiling and pound-
ing on the piano, and everybody
high, the Alley will fall to the
pressures.
Really there is no better, no
tighter, blues band in the land.
They are incredible to say the
least.
To say the most would be
lie, because they didn't excite
the majority of the first-set
this KIKM
$1.50 86
FRI., SAT,, SUN.
Vanguard
Recording Artist
PATRICK
SKY
AND
LIAN O'FLYNN
playing the
Ullion pipes
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crowd. N o b o d y got up and
danced, nobody did anything,
and there wasn't any demand
for an encore.
To judge solely the musician-
ship is a worse trip. There's ab-
solutely nothing to say without
putting the audience in the pic-
ture too.

-- SPECIAL -
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reg. $1.25
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Saturday and Sunday
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DIR. ALAIN RESNAIS,
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to the world of the mem-
ory. Former love and for-
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present in a Proustian
rememberance of things
past. Muriel is a film ex-
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