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Page Eight


Saturday, November 16, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, November 16, 1974

events and entertainment




for the

iv e;Ak


nov. 16-22

all week
The Longest Yard (Michigan,
7, 9, from 1 weekends)-Burt
Reynolds hams it up in a pseu-
do-realistic but enjoyable prison
film. ***
The Devil's Triangle a n d
UFO, Planet Earth (State, 7, 9;
from 1 weekends) - The intri-
guing Bermuda Triangle and
some idiotic special effects com-
bine in a blah sci-fi double fea-
ture. *
The Day of the Dolphin (Cam-
pus, 7, 9,; from 1 weekends and
Wednesdays)-Mike Nichols and
George C. Scott combine forces
in this tolerable if totally unbe-
lievable film. ***
The Trial of Billy Jack (Fifth
Forum, 7, 9:30; from 3 week-
ends)-In the final scene of this
sequel to a sequel, a National
Guardsman cries after shooting
an eight-year-old boy. Need we
say more? *
The Gambier (The Movies,
Briarwood: from 10:30 daily)-
An inspired and anite fascinat-
ing llook inside the life of a
compulsive gambler. Often bet-
ter than California Split, and
that's saying a lot. **** (Cine-
ma Weekend pick of the week).
The Odessa File (The Movies,
Briarwood: from 10:30 daily)-
An occasionally interesting but
often boring rehash of that old
bad ex-Nazi vs. good guy report-
ers theme. **
The Groove Tube (The Mov-
ies, Briarwood: from 10:30
daily)-Nothing like a little ob-
scene but hilarious satire on
that great American institution
-bland TV-to perk up an eve-
ning. ***
Airport 1975 (The Movies, Bri-
arwood; from 10:30 daily)-The
matte photography is thrilling,
the Utah scenery simply beauti-
ful. But plot or acting? forget
it. *
November 16
The Philadelphia Orchestra
performs its first concert, 1900.
Last Day Today
Billiards & Bowling
1l a.m.-3 p.m.
Michigan Union

Birthday: W. C. Handy, known
as "Father of the Blues."
Bonnie and Clyde (Mediatrics,
Nat. Sci. Aud. 7:30, 9)-The
highly acclaimed film of the two
notorious gangsters of the De-
pression. Warren Beatty and
Faye Dunaway star. ***
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (tine-
ma II, Aud. A. 7, 9)-Paul New-
man in the dramatic film adap-
tation of Tennessee Williams'
story of a young man's search
for'identity. ***
Rashomon (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 7, 9)-A murder, or
possible suicide, and a rape are
examined from four different
points of view in this Japanese
flick. With subtitles. **
Jimi Plays Berkeley and Rain-
bow Bridge (New World, MLB,
"Jimi" at 7, "Bridge" at 9)-
Live concerts by the late master
of electric guitar. For Hendrix
freaks only. **
Frankenstein (New World,
MLB, 7, 9)-The original version
with Boris Karloff. Horrific.
Ark-Andy Cohen and Spider
John Koerner, blues and rag-
time, $2.50.
Blind Pig-Big Daddy G and
his Notorious Band, blues, $1.
Chances Are-Dr. Bop and
the Headliners, 50's and 60's, $2.
Mr. Flood's Party-Rabbits,
R&B, $1.
Golden Falcon-Brainstorm
Ltd., $2.
Suds Factory-Pear, rock, $1.
'U' Men's Glee Club with OSU
Glee Club, Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
Football-Wolverines vs. Pur-
due, Michigan Stadium, 1:30
African Students Association-
Ghanian dinner, benefit, African
famine fund, (reservations, 662-
5529), Memorial Church, 730
Tappan, 6:30 p.m.
Romanian Folk Dance Work-
shop - Barbour Gym, 10-12:30,
Phylis Lamhut Dance -EMU
Pease Aud., 8 p.m.
Alvin Ailey Dance - Detroit
Music Hall, 2 p.m., 8 p.m.
Planetarium Show-Nat. Hist.
Museum, 3 p.m.
The Red Lantern-An intrigu-
ing if not dramatically powerful
work from the People's Repub-
lic of China. Professional The-
atre Program Showcase Series,
Trueblood Aud., 8.
Seesaw - Broadway musical
comedy as we have it today, and
that's not really saying very
much. Professional Theatre Pro-
gram, Power Center, 8.
Damn Yankees - Broadway
musical comedy as it was: wit-
ty, charming, and tuneful. A

good show. Soph Stow, Mendel-
ssohn, 8.
Comic Opera Guild - "The H ead
World of Operetta," theatre and
dance. Art Worlds, 2131/ S.
Main, 9 p.m. A week for music lovers
THE TUBE toya, the Spanish master
Francis Ford Coppola will Flamenco guitar, appears in
host the television premiere of p.m. Tuesday in the Power
the season at 9 on Channel 4 Or if you prefer folk, the fa
when NBC presents The God- of singer-songwriter-humoris
father (1972), a violent and covitz graces. The Ark Coff
beautifully evocative film about coitz.gRac ahe rofa
organized crime starring Marlon night . .. Rock-and-roll f
Brando and Al Pacino. Director fill with Freddie King's M
Coppola has censored only one gig at Chances Are, plus
minute of this masterpiece apd Crisler Friday night . . . S
will also be on hand Monday its finale production of "D
(same time, same channel) for tonight at Mendelssohn . .
Part II. fans, there's a rich line-
0 Woody Allen and Marlon Br
films. If it snows; all youc
at home and watch "The Go
sunday and Tuesday onN
November 17.
Birthday: Rock Hudson.
Samuel Gompers founds the
Federation of Organized Trades
and Labor Union (forerunner of
AF of L), 1881.
Bonnie and Clyde-See Satur-
day Cinema.
Milky Way (Cinema II, Aud.
A, 7, 9)-Two vagabonds travel
through time, witnessing crucial"
moral and religious crises in
Bunuel's look at the Roman Ca-
tholic Church.*
Floating Weeds (C i n e in a
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9)-Ther
leader of a troupe of actors re-
tires and must decide between
two mistresses. **4
Clockwork Orange (New;
World, MLB, 7, 9:30)-Stanley
Kubrick's masterpiece of future DIANA MARCOVITZ
violence and perversity. Adapt- laughter, Friday at the Ar
ed from Anthony Burgess' nov-
el. ****
Ark-Andy Cohen and Spider O
John Koerner, blues and rag- m onday
time, $2.50.
Blind Pig-Silk Purse, classic- November 18
al piano trio, $.50. Birthday: Eugene Ormandy.
Chances Are - Great Lakes U.S. signs Panama Canal
Express, Chicagoesque, $1. treaty with Panama's newly-in-
Dooley's-Craig Marsden, no stalled puppet government, 1903
cover. CINEMA
Mr. Floods Party-Steve New- Clockwork Orange - See Sun-
house and Lorna Richards, day Cinema.
country, $1. MUSIC
Golden Falcon - Brainstorm Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Ltd., $2. Red, boogie, $1.
Suds Factory - Teen Angel, ExChances Are-ddire in, a-kes
rock $1.vance tickets $3.50.
Faculty Chamber Concert - Mr. Floods Party - MoJo
Rackham Aud., 4 p.m. Boogie Band, boogie, $1.
Del Rio - Free form jazz,! Golden Falcon - Brainstorm
4:30 p.m., no cover. Ltd., $2.
EVENTS Pretzel Bell-Amanda Bailey,
Planetarium Show - See Sat- David Cahn, no cover.
urday Events. Suds Factory - Flood, rock,
THEATRE i$.50.
Seesaw - See Saturday The-$. EVENTS
atre. Diabetes Week-free diabetes

! Carlos Mon-
who perfected
in concert at 8
r Center . . .
ast-rising talent
st Diana Mar-
eehouse Friday
ans have their
Aerosmith at
oph Show gives
amn Yankees"
. and for film
up topped by
ando in several
can do is stay
dfather" (Mon-
NBC). Pleasant

Play It Again, Sam (New Women"; discussion, Angell
World, MLB, 7,9) - W o o d y Aud. C, 8 p.m.
Allen bumbles in the shadow ofTHEATRE
the great Bogart. Fast-paced
comedy.*** Jericho - A first look as Mus-
Sleeper - See Tuesday cin- ket's upcoming new musical by
ema. McLaughlin and Ford. Pendel-
MUSIC ton Arts Center, Union; noon.
Ark - Mike Seeger, 0 I d Children's Theatre - "100
time, $2.50. Aker Wood." See Tuesday The-
Blind Pig - The Other Sideatre.

jazz, $1.
Chances Are - Ten H i g h,
rock & roll, ,1.
Mr. Flood's Party - Choman
and Procassini, $.50.
Folden Falcon, Brainstorm
Ltd., $2.
Pretzel Bell - Amanda Bail-
ey, David Cahn, no cover.
Suds Factory - Flood, $.50.
Del Rio - folk, no cover, all

CARLOS MONTOYA . . . Tuesday night
at Power.


in Law - Luncheon by
on career opportuni- to

ties, sponsored by Career Plan-
ning and Placement, League
Rms. 4 and 5, noon.
Impact of Oral Poetry - Lec-
tvre by Prof. W. B. Stanford
of Trinity College, Dublin; An-
gell Aud. A, 4:10 p.m.

f you're in the mood for
uine satire, don't miss Mr.
I this afternoon at 3 p.m. on
annel 20 - the talking horse
mands to be fitted for con-
:t lenses and owner Wilbur
t won't oblige. There's a
anuts special on tonight at
p.m. on Channel 2, a repeat
Charlie Brown's Thanksgiv-
Dinner: the musically jazz-
ented piano and sax score
Vince Guaraldi is too good
be true.
November 22
Birthday: Hoagy Carmichael.
President John F. Kennedy
sassinated in Dallas, 1963.
Le Mans (Mediatrics, Nat.
i. Aud., 7:30, 9) - Steve Mc-
een in a nail-biting drama
t in one of the world's most
'mous auto races. **
Faces (Cinema II, Aud. A,
9) - John Cassavettes film
a biihar da ndi wife who

Children's Theatre
Aker Wood". See

- "100.

Bob Hope is emcee for the
Las Vegas EntertainmentE
Awards, on Channel 4 at 10 o.m.,
which will star such notables
as Rich Little, Al-n King, Ann-
M4rgret and Pa"l Ankq. Clins'
of vario'is Cegas performers
)-d hgnel ss gag lines by Hone.
make this terminally slick NBC

lyrics and 'DAMN YANKEES' . , . last show to-
k. night at Mendelssohn.

try (1962) which fell flat at the
box office but still stands the,
test of time today. Joel McCrea
and Randolph Scott star.
November 19
Lincoln delivers Gettysburg
Address, 1863.
Boss Tweed of Tammany Hall
gets 12-year prison term f o r
defrauding New York City,

story of the Russian Black Sea
mutiny of 1905.****
Miracle in Milan (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 9 - An am-
oitio s young man attempts to
transform a shanty town to an
ideal community.
Sleeper (Ann' Arbor Film Co-
op, Aud. A, 7, ,8:45, 10:30 -
Another Woody Allen lunacy as
a modern-day Rip Van Winkle
gets thrust into the future set-
ting the stage for some typical-
ly insane gangs.***
Blind Pig - Rabbits, R & B,

soe^~ilsomthig woth ait °za nus anu an i wu
s e.ial somethig worth wait- search beyond the borders of
ing fur. - if you're a hermit. their marriage in an attempt to
There is absolutely nothing else !combat loneliness. ***
on. The Seventh Seal (Cinema
S Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 8:45,
10:30) - - Ingmar Bergman's
grim, awesome classic: the
meaning of life seen through
an allegorical chess game. Max
Von Sydow stars. ****
November 21 If . . . (Couzens Film Coop,
Birthday: Dr. John (The Night' Couzens cafeteria, 8, 10) - The
Tripper) revolution blasts into a private
CINEMA boarding school in this tight,
Take the Money and Run imaginative film.* ( r
(New World, MLB, 7, 9) Still an-j On the Waterfront (Ann Arbor
other frantic feature from Film Coop, MLB, 7, 9) - Elia
Woody Aen. ***o Kazan's brutal, brilliant vision
, A Star Is Born (Cinema Guild, of dockside union battles, fea-
Arch. Aud. 7, 9:30) - Judy turing a young and triumphant
Brando. ****


Garland a t r pea in tfs
gushy film about Hollywood life.




;: , .~

"5" - , CTHE TUBE
A EAbbott and Costello Meet
Frankenstein (1948) on Channel
7 at 9 a.m., and later at 1 p.m.,
Bela Lugosi recreates Dracula
(1931) on Channel 2. Both films
are hilariously inept and shock
like a burned out light~bulb, but
there's nothing like a cheap
monster movie to start your
day. The real winner is at 11:30
tonight on Channel 9 when Lynn
Redgrave and James Mason
" team up for the highly sensitive
W d s yt a Georgy Girl (1966), a happy/
sad British farce.
8:1 0 p .GRADUATE?
R*TEBIf you are graduating
in December you must
order your CAP &
R GOWN no later than
NOV. 19 at
Aa7 4-769-7940j

tests on third level of Outpatient
Bldg., No. 3086, noon-3 p.m., all
Pendleton Center-film, Judy:
Collins Antonia, Union, 8 p.m.
Male Role Workshop - dis-.
cussion, Guild House, 7:30 p.m..
Black Theatre Workshop - I
Trotter House, 7:30 p.m. WA N
TH UEW O OD Y A L LEN . . . in
THE TUBE "Sepr""Play ItAgi,
Leave It To Beaver, which "SamSleeper," a"akthAgain,
airs every day at 6 p.m. on' , and "Take the Money
Channel 20, features a classica.o
episode tonight as Ward and and laugh.
June struggle to convince their
son brussel sprouts are good, CINEMA
healthy and fun to eat. At 12:30 Potemkin (Cinema Guild,
p:m. on Channel 7 you can see Arch. Aud., 7) - Sergei Eisen-
one of Sam Peckinpah's first stein's classic, voted in 1958
films, a fine Western melodra- "the best film in the world"
ma entitled Ride the High Coun- by a jury of historians. The
SPAGH ETTI (all you can eat) 99c
U Cole Slow & Garlic Bread
-WEDNESDAY 5 to 9 p.m.-
6 oz. STEAKBURGER ....... 99c
R Potato-Salad-Roll & Butter
--THURSDAY 5 to 9 p.m.-
f PANCAKES (all you can eat) 99c
-SUNDAY 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.-
Double Bubble Hour 4:30 to 6 Mon.-Fri.
MON. Vodka 12 price-TUES. Beer Nite
Entertainment Friday & Saturday
Pearl & Washington, Ypsilanti 483-1771 Huron Exit 1-94
4 Performances-Power Center
'A LOVE OF A SHOW" wtur Kerr. N.Y Times

Chances re$ -Freddie King!
and Ten High, $3.50.
Mr. Floods Party - Chomani
and Procassini, $.50.
Golden Falcon - Brainstorm
Ltd., $2.
Pretzel Bell - Amanda Bail-
ey, David Cahn, no cover.
Suds Factory - Flood rock
Musical Society - Carlos Mon-
toya, PowerCenter, 8 p.m.A
°U' Arts Choral - H'Iill Aud.,
8 p.m.
Piano Chamber Music - mu-
sic school recital Hall, 8 p.m.-
Multi-Cultural Workshops -'
lectures and discussions, Ed.
school Bldg., And Mack School
media center, 7-9 p.m.
Children's Theatre - "100
Aker Wood", based on adven-
tures of Winnie the Pooh. Great
for the real Pooh fans. Ed.
school, Schorling Aud., 7:30 p.m.
Watch Reed and Malloy foil
a high school rapist on Adam-
12 tonight at 8 on 4 if you need
cheap thrills, but don't miss Art
Carney and Lucille Ball in a
special about marriage on 2
at 9 p.m. entitled Happy Anni-
versary and Goodbye. Carney
is really one of the quickest
professionals around, while Lucy
is still Lucy in this marvelous
menopause tale which also fea-
tures Nanette Fabray and Peter

BreathlessA(Ann Arbor Film Crisler Arena - Aerosmith, 8
Co-op, Aud. A, 7, 9) - Jean-Paul p.m-., tickets at UAC, $5-6.
Belmondo and Jean Seberg star Bowen Fielkhouse (Ypsi) -
in this Jean-Luc Godard film. Seals and Crotts, 8 p.m. tickets
+* at McKenny Union, $5.50 &
MUSIC ' Ark - Diana Marcovitz, sing-
Ark - Mike Seeger, old time, er, songwriter, comedienne,
$2.50. $2.50.
Blind Pig - Friends Road 2Blind Pig-Silvertones, blues,
Show, $1. $1.
Chances Are - Ten High,' Chances Are - Ten High rock
rock & roll, $1. & roll, $1.50.
Mr. Floods Party - Silver- Mr. Floods Party - Diamond
tones, blues, $.75. Reo, $1.
Golden Falcon - Brainstorm Golden Falcon - Brainstorm
Ltd., $2. Ltd., $2.
Suds Factory - Flood, rock $. Suds Factory - Flood, rock
Opera - Hansel and Gretel, $1.
Mendelssohn, 8 p.m. Opera - Hansel and Gretel,
i I
ivinA ecnhn Q np411


Mendelsson 8zp m.
Bucket Drive - to raise funds
for Child Care Action Center,
campus-wide, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ethics Series - luncheon lec-
ture, "Presentism, Privatism
and the Need for Political Com-
munity," Guild House, noon.
Hockey - Wolverines vs.
Michigan Tech, Yost Ice Arena,
7:30 p.m.

Children's Theatre
Aker Wood." See

-- 11100

November 20
Birthdays: Duane Allman
Dick Smothers.





fits youar
With the many styles and
varieties in men's
fashions today, it takes
a real nro to ciet it al



the young worker in "On the
Waterfront," the old hood in
"T h e Godfather." T o u g h
Pendleton Center - preview
scenes of MUSKET'S "Jericho",
Union, noon.
International Night - Turkish
Food, League Cafeteria, 5-7:15
Poetry Reading-Donald Hall,
Roch'elle, Siegel, Larry Russ,
Guild House, 7:30 p.m.
Women's Studies - Films:
"The Black Women" and "Fear

Sadly this has been a rotten
week for television, and Friday
is typically no exception., The
only decent program comes at
7:30 on Channel 20 at Patrick
McGoohan portrays The Prison-
er. This old show, now well into
reruns, still maintains plenty
of action and good special ef-
fects - this one's about mind-
bending drugs and what Mc-
Goohan does when he gets too
This w e e k' s calendar was
prepared by Ken Fink, Dave
Blomquist, Mike Wilson, George
Lobsenz, Chris Kochmanski, and
Dan Biddle.

The Human Comedy (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:30) -
Van Johnson and Donna Reed
in Willian Saroyan's story of a
small California village during


will be speaking of
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