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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 9, 1974

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, November 9, 1974

appenings *. *

event's ad entertaiin ient

for the

week. of no. 9 -15

all week
long
COMMERCIAL
CINEMA
The Longest Yard - (Michi-
gan, weekdays at 7, 9; week-
ends and Wednesdays from 1)-
Burt Reynolds heads up a pri-
son football squad in this half-
comedy, half-tragedy. Directed
by Robert Aldrich. **
The Devil's Triangle a n d
UFO - Target Earth - (State,
weekdays at 7, 9; weekends
and Wednesdays from 1) - For
sci-fi fans and only sci-fi fans.
The Day of the Dolphin -
(Campus, weekdays at 7, 9;
weekends and Wednesdays
from 1) - George C. Scott and
the Campus remain all wet for
another week.***
Ladies and Gentlemen, The
Rolling Stones - (Fifth Forum,
7, 9; late show on weekends)-
Mick Jagger and his travelling
road show end this week. For
rock fans, a must. ***
The Abdication - (The Mov-
ies, Briarwood, from 10 daily)
- An overly-expensive histori-
cal epic in the best (and worst)
tradition of Nicholas and Alex-
andra. ***
The Odessa File - (The Mov-
ies, Briarwood, from 10 daily)
-Another Nazi vs. good guys
shoot-'em-up. Ho hum. ***
The Groove Tube - (Thee
Movies, Briarwood, from 10
daily) - Fun and frolic in the
world of television. Obscene,
but hilarious. ***
Airport, 1975 - (The Movies,
Briarwood, from 10 daily) -
This wintertime piece of drib-
ble is headed for a crash land-
ing right from the first frame.
Go only to eat popcorn. *
0
saturday
November 9
CINEMAr
Neil Young's birthday.
Harold and Maude. (Newl

World, MLB, 7, 8:45, 10:30) -
Sixty years separate Bud Cort
and Ruth Gordon, the unlikely
lovers in this popular favorite
among youth. ***
Of Mice and Men (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9) - A
moving film version of the
Steinbeck novella, starring Bur-
gess Meredith and Lon Chaney,
Jr., and directed by Lewis
Milestone. **
Thieves Like Us (Cinema II,
Aud. A, 7, 9:15) - Robert Alt-
man tries his hand at Bonnie-
and-Clyde type themes, and is
for the most part successful.
Kung Fu's brother, Keith Car-
radine, stars. ***
Ninotchka (New World, An-
gell, Aud. A, 7, 9:30) - For
lovers of Greta Garbo and high
comedy, this 1939 classic has
the famous "Lubitsch touch."
Grand Hotel (Couzens Film
Co-op, Couzens Cafeteria, 8, 10)
- The all-star cast soap opera
that won the 1932 Oscar and was
the forerunner of modern films
like Airport, Hotel, and The
Poseidon Adventure. **
Day of the Jackal (Bursley
Hall Enterprises, Bursley W.
Cafeteria, 9) - Edward Fox
plays a steely-nerved super-
agent determined to assassinate
DeGaulle in this no-nonsense
thiller nirected by Fred Zin-

Championships, 'U' G o 1 f
Course, 11 a.m.
Football - Wolverines at Illi-
nois. Broadcast on WUOM
(91.7 FM), 1:45 p.m.
Dance - 'U' Dancers in con-
cert, Power, 2:30, 8 p.m
THEATRE
The Time of Your Life -
City Center Acting Company's
periodintresidence here at the
University concludes with this
William Saroyan classic. Pro-
fessional Theatre Program,
Mendelssohn Theater, 8 p.m.
Cox and Box - Nothing like
a little food and drink with
theatre. Huron Hotel (Ypsilan-
ti), 8 p.m.
THE- TUBE
Brian's Song (1971), a senti-
mentally sloppy made-for-TV-
movie about a doomed Chicago
Bears running back dying of
cancer, airs tonight at 8:30 on
7. James Caan is excellent as
Brian Piccolo, the terminally
cheerful football player who
loves pizza and teammate Gale
Sayers, played here with nice
understatedness by Billy Dee
Williams. Later on Channel 50
at 11:30 p.m. Lionel Atwill is
the maniac with a penchant for
corpses in the fabulous 1933
horror flick Mystery of the Wax
Museum, a must-see.

Headliners:.
It's a good week for the intellect. Gore
Vidal, the literary Renaissance man who
wrote "Myra Breckenridge" and "An Eve-
ning with Richard Nixon," brings his wit
and wisdom to Ann Arbor Tuesday for a
10:30 a.m. lecture at Mendelssohn. Admis-
sion is a sophisticated $5 . . . PTP pre-
sents "The Red Lantern," China's most
acclaimed opera, at 8 p.m. in Trueblood
Theatre, Wednesday through Friday . . .
Topping the campus film list is "They
Shoot Horses, Don't They?" Monday at
MLB Jane Fonda stars In this grim vision
of life in the Great Depression. Timely
viewing.
JANE FONDA in "They Shoot
Horses."

der, SOc. $1.
Suds Factory - Pear, rock, Mr. Floods Party - Rabbits,
50c. 75c.
Music School - Jerome Jeli- Suds Factory - Pear, rock,
nek, cello and Joseph Gurt, pi- 50c.
ano, Rackham Aud., 8 p.m. Olympia Stadium - Elton
EVENTS John and Kiki Dee.
Gore Vidal - Town Hall Lec- EVENTS
ture, Lydia Mendelssohn, 10:30
a.in., $5. Poetry Reading - Kerry
Poetry Reading- Jim Har- Thomas, Pendleton Center,
rison, Aud. 3, MLB, 4:10 p.m. noon.
Astronomical F i 1 m Festi- Poetry Reading - Jane Ken-
val, Aud. 3, MLB, 8 p.m. yon, Joyce Peseroff, 802 Mon-
THE TUBE roe, 7:30 p.m.
Women's Study Films, Aud.

GORE VIDAL . . . lectures Tuesday
morning.

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trile . ** ULUU 'lU JL
MUICsunday
MUSIC
The Ark - Michael Cooney, November 10
folk; 9 p.m., $2.50. CINEMA
Blind Pig - Danny Spencer Sleuth (New World, MLB, 7,
and Ron Brooks, jazz, $1. 9) - Michael Caine and Sir
Chances Are - Chopper, rock Laurence Olivier engage cheer-
and nostalgia, $1.50. fully in some deadly psycholog-
Mr. Floods Party - Marri- ical games. From the play by
nac County, bluegrass, $1. Anthony Shaffer, directed by
Gaoentyalong-JossDa$1Joseph L. Mankiewicz. ***
Golden Falcon - John David East of Eden (Cinema Guild,
Quintet, jazz, $1.50. Arch. Aud., 7, 9) - A John
Suds Factory - Fox, rock, $1. Steinbeck - Elia Kazan collabo-
Band-O-Rama - 'U' March- ration that stars James Dean
ing Band, Wind Ensemble, and rather nicely dramatizes
Varsity Band, and Jazz Band, the clashing of father and son.'
Hill Aud., 8 pm.
Huron Hotel and Lounge - Ramparts of Clay (Cinema
Patchwork, light rock and II, Aud. A, 7, 9) - A real
oldies, no cover. heavyweight from abroad, con-
EVENTS cerning labor, wages, and in-

THE RED LANTERN . . . opera from

t
_
.

MUSIC
The Ark - Michael Cooney,
folk, 9 p.m., $2.50.
Blind Pig - Silk Purse, clas-
sical, piano trio, $50c.
Chances Are - Sid Blair Vi-
sions and Weather Report, jazz,
$5.
Dooley's - State Street Band,
jazz, no cover.

Cs n - T justice, and all very symbolic.
Cross Country - Big Ten i* *

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Golden Falcon - Electrify-
ing MoJo, soul, $1.50.
Mr. Floods Party-Jeff Daw-
son, 50c.
Musical Society - Chinese
Opera, Hill Aud., 2:30 p.m.
Suds Factory - Friends Road
Show, 50c.
EVENTS
Dance - 'U' Dancers in con-
cert, Power, 2:30 p.m.
THEATRE
The Time of Your Life - The
final performance of William
Saroyan's play. Professional
Theatre Program, Mendelssohn
Theater, 7:30 p.m.
THE TUBE
Watch Jack Nicholson squirm,
on Channel 20 at 3:30 p.m. in
his first movie, a real loser;
entitled The Terror (1963);
which also stars Boris Karloff
and was nicely directed by
Roger Corman. Sean Connery
is James Bond in the best of
the 007 films, Dr. No (1962),
telecast on 7 at 9 p.m. The end-
less gadgets and violent sex are
wonderfully tasteless, but if Ian
Fleming isn't your favorite
then tune into Channel 50 at
10 p.m. when Lou Gordon in-
terviews Dick Cavett in what
promises to be an interesting
free-for-all. Gordon is the King
of the small-time talk-show

egg non-breaking by bricks (this
is an event that one has to be
present for to fully appreciate),
under the Graduate Library,
noon.
Male Role Workshop - dis-.
cussion, Guild House, 802 Mon-
roe, 7:30 p.m.
THE TUBE
Carol Burnett and Walter Mat-
thau star in Pete 'n' Tillie
(1972),sa harmless and "adult"
love story aired on 4 at 9 p.m.
They marry and spawn a child
who must die of some Holly-
wood disease in less than 2
hours, but the two stars work
wonderfully together and the
film is a nice treat for Mon-
day nights. For a bizarre tastej
of the old days, tune into Dinah
on 50 at 10 p.m. and watch
guests Roy Rogers and Dale
Evans sing "Tumbling Tumble-
weeds". Happy trails!
tuesday
November 12
CINEMA
Hunchback of Notre Dame
(Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud., 7)-
Charles Laughton surpasses Lon

George C. Scott and wife
Trish Van Devere are guests on
the 7 a.m. Channel 4 Today
Show, and Jerry Lewis hosts
all week on Barbara Walter's
Not For Women Only talk show
at 10:30 on 50. Both programs
promise excellent conversation
bu the best and fastest-talker of
them all, Alice Cooper, is a
panelist on the Hollywood
Squares nighttite version quiz
show, aired on 4 at 7:30. Marty
Allen, Dionne Warwick and Lily
Tomlin are among the other
squares.
November 13
CINEMA
Hunchback of Notre Dame
(Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud., 9)
SErnst Iubitsch and George
Cukor, two masters of sophis-
ticated comedy, collaborated on
this forgettable Maurice Chev-
adher vehicle. **
MUSIC
The Ark - Hoot Night, folk,
amateur, 9 p.m., 75c.
Blind Pig -- Other Side, jazz,
Chances Are - Great Lakes
Express, early Chicago sound,
M~r. Floods Party - J o h n
Nicholas and Eddie Burns,
blus, focgtaleMuic hv
S udAs Ftory - Pear, rock,
$0c.
Contemorary Music Festi-
v'al - Hill Aw., 8 p.m.
JO lKi St y ium - Elton
Jioh as andd Ediee. uns
Musical Society - Cleveland
String Quartet, works by Moz-
art, Ives, and Schubert, Rack-
ham Aud., 8:30 p.m.
THEATRE
The Red Lantern - Theatre
from the People's Republic of
China, adapted from that coon-
try's leading opera, graces the
Trueblood stage. Professional;
Theatre Program Showcase
Series, Trueblood Aud., 8 p.m.
THE TUBE
Phone Call From a Stranger
(1952) airs on 7 at 8:30 a.m., a
brash and tacky melodrama
about the next-of-kin contacted
by Gary Merrill after a disas-
terous plane crash. Bette Da-
vis and Shelley Winters are the
best parts of the film, with Kee-
nan Wynn, Michael Rennie and
Merrill supplying lots of good,
meaty . character parts. On
Channel 7 at 11:30 James Dean
is the subject of a special nar-
rated by Peter Lawford, which
will include ancient film clips
and interviews with friends of
the late and very great rebel
film star who unfortunately
died too fast too soon.

C, Angell, 8 p.m.

THEATRE

hosts.

The Red Lantern - See
Wednesday Theatre.
Damn Yankees - Soph Show
version of an old Broadway
favorite about a baseball team,
a pennant, a girl named Lola,
and the gates of Hell. Funny.
Mendelssohn Theater, 8 p.m.
THE TUBE
One of the greatest living
comic actors of all time, Dick
Van Dyke is scheduled to be
Dick Cavett's only guest in a
90-minute show that will cover
much of Dyke's career in TV
and films as well as his strug-
gle to overcome alcoholism in a
fight that lasted well over 15
years. Don't miss this excellent
show on Channel 7 at 11:30 p.m.

IT

Chaney in the role of Quasi-
modo, but this tremendously
elaborate production strays
from Victor Hugo's original
ion aystory somewhat.**
La Notte (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 9) - For Michel-
November 11 anglo Antonioni devotees, this
CINEMA 1961 drama is typically slow-
Shoot Horses, Don't paced and vague. Starring Mar-
New World, MLB, 7 cello Mastroianni and Jeanne
Jane Fonda and Gig Moreau.**

They
They? (
9:15) -

MICK JAGGER . . . does his
thiug, with the help of a
we'l-known b nd, in "Ladies
and Gmntlemen, The Rolling
Stones" at the Fifth Forum.
t
November 15
CINEMA
Je T'Aime Je T'Aime (Cine-
ma II), Aud. A, 7, 9) - Alain
Resnais' semi-fantasy about
time travel and unfulfilled love
affairs. Sound and image are
beautiful, and the tone of the
film is oddly disquieting. *e
Mignificent Ambersons (Cine-
ma Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9) -
Although butchered by RKO
executives, Orson Welles's sec-
ond film is still better than
most of his later works, and
like Citizen Kane, was way
ahead of its time.S**F
Charade (Law School Films,
100 Hutchins Hall, 7, 9) - Stan-
ley Donen of Singin' In the
Rain fame directed this de-
lightfully gruesome Hitchcock
imitation with style. Audrey
Hepburn and Cary Grant chase
$250,000 and each other around
Paris. **
a s. MUSIC
Benefit Concert - Soulbird, 8
p.m. at East Quad's Halfway
Inn, benefit for Free People's
Medical Clinic.
The Ark - Andy Cohen and
Spider John Koerner, folk, $2.50.
Blind Pig - Big Daddy G and
his Notorious Band, $1.
Chances Are - Dr. BoO and
the Headliners, $1.50.
Mr. Floods Party - Rabbits,
$1.
Suds Factory - Pear, rock,
$1.
Olympia Stadium - Elton
John and Kiki Dee.
Huron Hotel and Lounge -
Patchwork, rock and oldies, no
cover.
Masonic Temple - Isomin-
Stern-Rose Piano Trio, works
by Mozart, Beethoven and Men-
delssohn.
EVENTS
African Film Series, Aud. D,
Angell, 8 p.m.
THEATRE
The Red Lantern - See
Wednesday Theatre.
Damn Yankees - See Thurs-
day Theatre.
THE TUBE
Leave It To Beaver (6 p.m.
on Channel 20) telecasts one of
its best shows tonight as Jerry
Mathers tries to remove his
freckles with sandpaper. And as
long as we're into nostalgia
don't miss the crime drama
Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946),
with Morgan Conway as the
atnnia . psleuth with a

i

Young excel in this depressing
look at marathon dancing and
despair during the Depression.
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Red, Boogie Woogie, $1.
Chances Are - Great Lakes
Express, early Chicago sound,
$1.
Mr. Floods Party - Mojo
Boogie Band, straight blues, $1.
Contemporary Music Festi-
val - Rackham Aud., 8 p.m.
Suds Factory - Pear, rock,
c.
EVENTS
Pi Tau Sigma - competitive

Private Life of Sherlock
Holmes (Ann Arbor Film Co-op,
Angell Hall, Aud. A, 7, 9:15)-
An off-duty Sherlock Holmes is
followed through the hassles of
private life in this disappointing
Billy Wilder effort. *
MUSIC
Free Concert - Flip Jackson
Quartet and Brown Trout Rhy-
thm Band, at Pease Aud. in
Ypsilanti, 8 p.m.
Blind Pig-Cirrus, jazz, $1.
Chances Are - Great Lakes
Express, early Chicago sound,
y$1
Mr. Floods Party - Stu Zon-

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ART 1 CINEMA
"Fantasy
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Girls"
PLUS
Alex De Renzy's
'Sweet Agony'

thursday
November 14
Piae CINEMA
Private Life of Sherlock
Holmes (Ann Arbor Film Co-op,
Angell Hall, And. A, 7, 9:15) -
See Tuesday's listings.
Blume in Love (New World,
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 9) - George

ART II CINEMA-An hilarious spoof
of those television qame shows.

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