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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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White. Soxp get new manager '
40 GREEN BAY - Former Michigan 'star defensive end Cecil
Pryor, ohe of the key figures in Michigan's drive for the co-champ-
ionship of the Big Ten last year has been released by the Green 'Bay
Packers. Pryor had been working out with ,the Packers since ,July.
* CHICAGO- Don Gutteridge was replaced as manager of the
Chicago White Sox by coach .Bill. Adair yesterday.
Stu, Holcomb named, Tuesday as executive vice president in
charge of the club' by owner John Allyn, flew to Oakland earlier yes-
terday to confer with Gutteridge.
Informed by Holcomb he would not be retained for 1971, Gutte-
ridge requested- he be relieved of h~is managerial' post immediately.
Adair was 'named interim manager, by Holcomb, who said he
hoped to announce a 1971 Sox manager Sept. 14 at a Chicago press
conference.1,
* DETROI'T - Denn-y McLain said yesterday he is withdrawing a,
grievance request he made to 'the Major League Baseball Players As-
sociation over'his suspension by the'Detroit Tigers for dunkinig two
sports writers with ice water.
McLain said he filed an informal grievance last Friday In hopes
of recovering from' $3,500 to $4,000'he expects to lose 'because of the.
one-week suspyension. The grievance " was\ processed", Monday, Mc-
Lain said.
He decided to withdraw the complaint later, however, after con-
ferring with 'his business agent, William Carpenter of Cleveland, his
father-in-law, hall-of-Famer Lou Boudreau, and several close friend's, 4
McLain said.7
0 NEW YORK - Rick Barry, one of pro basketball's highest.
scorers, became the property "of the New York Nets of the American
Basketball Association yesterday.
Barry was present at, an afternoon news conference at which the
Nets. announced they had acquired the former University of Miami,
Fla. star from 'the Virginia q~uires for a high draft choice and an
undisclosed amount of cash.
A ,Nets' spokesman, said, Barry, presently a residenit of San Fran- '
Cisco, plans to move. here.,
Barry had been waging a court fight in, an attempt to break his
contract with- the Squires, formerly the Oakland Oak's and Washing-
ton Caps. The tea4'i recently moved, to Virginia.'
*BOSTON - The Boston Patriots 'announced yesterday the
signing oft 235-pound fullback Jim Nance after negotiations lasting
several months. The National Football League team disclosed no terms'
of the contract.
"Bill Sullivan., president of the Boston Patriots, announced; to-
day that Jim- Nance has signed to play..." said a statementre
leased by the. team's front office'. "In accordance with the 10-year
policy of the club no terms of the contract {were announced."
The 235-pound fullback had been holding out for a multiple-
year, no-cut contract.

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SLAVIC FILM, SERIES
Fall 1970
xSEPT. 11 THE BALLET OF ROMEO. AND JULIET
1954. Color. English Commentary. Music by Sergei
Prokofiev; based on Shakespeare's play. Performed
by Golina Ulanova and the Bolshoi Ballet.
The most famous role of Ulanova, whom LIFE called "The world's greatest
ballerina," in a lavish dance spectacle.
SEPT. 25 CHgKHOV'S "THE GRASSHOPPER"
1955. Based on the story by Chekhov.
A film internationally acclaimed for its sensitive portrayal of Chekhovian
tragi-comedy, as well as for the authenticity of its sets and period costuming.
OCT. 9 BORIS GODUNOY
1954. Color. Moussorgsky's opera, based on Pushkin.
Performed by Alexander Pirogov and the Bolshoi
Theater Opera.'
A'production whose carefully planned and richly ornamented sets and skillful
photography have been compared to Eisenstein's work.
OCT. 23 FLAMES, ON THE VOLGA
1955. Based on the novel by F. Glodkov. Music by
Ka balevsky.
A moving story of life in pre-revolutionary Russia, based on Gfadkov's auto-
biographical novel.
OCT. 30 FATHER SERGIUS,
n1917. Silent. Directed by Yakov Protazanov. Based
on the story by Leo Tolstoy.
{ ~A film noted for its historical importance. It was made under the Provisional
Government of 191 7 in an effort to denounce the czar and church. This is
one of the few pre-Soviet Russian films available to American audiences today.
NOV. 13 TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD
1928. Silent. Direction and scenario by Sergei
Eisenstein. Photography by Edward Tisse.
One of the most important and influential 'films of international, cinema his-
tory, this work portrays the Russian revolution of 1917 with the vigor anid
pictorial intensity typical 'of Eisenstein's best works.
NOV. 20 THE END OF SAINT PETERSBURG
1927. Silent. Directed by V.1I. Pudovkin.!
This film, as well as the foregoing one, was made to commemorate the tenth
anniversary of the 1 917 revolution. At the time of its production Pudovkin
Y ~and Eisenstein were rivals. This film, mode on the some topic as Eisenstein's,
is a rartiur', I goo rc~d baisfor the cnmnnrrsn of the two direc~tors.. mv Levda

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