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THE MICHI6AN DAILY

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events and entertainment

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25-31

* wonderful It Happened One
!Night (1934) tonight at 6 on
Channel 20, a sure-fire winner.
Later on 7 watch Frank Sina-
tra deal with a homosexuality
case and not even ruffle his tou-
I pee when a special repeat per-
formance of The Detective
COMMERCIAL CINEMA (1968) is aired at 9 p.m., fea-
Harry and Tonto - (State) - turing top-notch supporting cast
rt Carney stars in this slow members including Ralph Meek-
ut generally interesting film er, Lee Remick, Jack Klug-j
hat exposes, and quite inter- man and Jacqueline Bisset. To-
stingly so, the great American night at 11:30 on Channel 13
ragedy - growing old. *** The 32nd Annual Golden Globe
The Godfather, Part II - Awards is presented live fromj
Michigan) - Francis Ford The Beverly Hills Hotel with
oppola directed this second host John Davidson and a whole
nd equally brilliant installment slew of big-name guest stars
f America's Mafia epic. A receiving awards. Both televi-
ood and extremely interest- sion and mrvies are honored in
ng film. *** this Hollywood Foreign Press
Going Places - (Campus) - Association big-deal ceremony.
Elegant, if undeniably softcore
rnography.
The Towering Inferno-(Fifth
orum) - The flames shoot
higher and higher in this good
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Birthdays: Douglas MacAr-'
Paper Moon - (The Moviet, thur, Paul Newman, Jules Feif-
Briarwood) - Peter Bogdano- fer, Eartha Kitt.
vich's tribute to the Depression CINEMA
is both charming and amusing. The Point (Cinema II, Aud.
ratum O'Neal, playing Addie A, 7, 9) - Harry Nilsson pro-
ray, is absolutely priceless. vides the music while Dustin
Hoffman narrates this funny but!
Iovies, Briarwood) --Burt socially significant fable of
Reynolds headlines this occa- Oblio and his dog Arrow, who
ionally comic work by Robert have been ostracized from point-
idrich. Quite watchable. *** land. Animated cartoon with a
The Man With The Golden lot of sophistication and poig-
un -- (The Movies, Briar-nance. Short: Braverman's con-
od) - James Bond= (Roger densed cream of Beatles. ****
oore), rocks that do funny Cleo from 5 to 7 (Cinema
hings, and the burned out Cun- Guild, Arch. Aud., 7) - As a
rd liner Queen Elizabeth unite derivation of the French New
n a dismal continuation of the Wave, the film attempts to be
07 saga. * experimental in technique, re-
Freebie and the Bean-(The suiting in irresponsible over-
ovies, Briarwood)-Alan Arkin dulgence.*
nd James Caan carry the title Here's Your Life (Cinema
oles in a bad attempt to dupli- Guild, Arch. Aud., 9:05) - Jan
:ate the Warner Bros. "screw- Troell's first feature film. In-I
>all" comedies of the '30s. * teresting only in comparison
with his present work.**
Deliverance (New World,
MLB, 4, 7, 9) - John Boorman
nearly killed his cast and crew
JANUARY 25 in filming James Dickey's nov-
Birthdays: Somerset Maugh- el. The result is a disturbing
am, Virginia Woolf. journey into nature, where
CINEMA "machismo" is raped from ex-
To Kill A Mockingbird (Cine. istence. ***

tinis (Ann Arbor Film Co-op,
Angell Hall, Aud. A, 7, 9) -
E u r o p e a n star Sanda
Dominique portrays a beauti-
ful Jewish girl whose wealthy
family is terrorized by Fascists
in Mussolini's Italy. ***
Introduction to the Enemy3
(Ann Arbor Indochina Peace}
Campaign, MLB 3, 7:30, 9:30)-
A documentary on Tom Hayden
and Jane Fonda's visit to NorthI
Vietnam.
MUSIC
Ark - Aging Children, folk,
$1.00
Blind Pig - Muskadine Blues
Band, blues, $1.00j
Chances Are - Dr. Bop and
the Headliners, featuring the
White Raven, 50's and early
60's, $1.00 for students, $1.50
others.a
Mr. Flood's Party - Dia-
mond Rio, country, $.75.
Suds Factory - Ian-Quail,
rock, $.50
Music School - Philharmonia,
Uri Mayer, conductor: Hill
Aud., 8 p.m.
EVENTS
International Night - food
from Spain and Portugal:1
League Cafeteria, 5-7:15 p.m.
Spanish Language, Culture
Films - Castro vs. Batista;
Kennedy vs. Krushchv; Cas-
tro: 126 Residential College, 4?
p.m.
THE TUBE
Barney Miller is a new Chan-
nel 7, 8 p.m. ABC police com-
edy about life in a big-time cop
station, and is followed a half-
hour later by Karen, a new Ka-
ren Valentine sit-com about a
staff worker for a Washington
citizen's lobby. Both sound like
pure dudds but everybody de-
serves a chance, right? NBC
debuts Archer tonight at 9 on 4,
with ex-Family Affair father
Brian Keith as the hard - boiled
detective, based loosely on the
old Ross McDonald mystery
stories. This series, thrust into
NBC's prime-time at the last
minute, may make it big if the
scripts are any good. Keith is
excellent as Archer, and Mar-
joe Gortner guest-stars in this
very heavy first episode.
JANUARY 31
Birthdays: Tallulah Bank-
head, Jackie Robinson, Nor-
man Mailer.
CINEMA
Le Feu Follet (Cinema II.

1930's in Berlin. Excellent point-
counterpoint technique empha-
sizes the decadence of the caba-
ret as-well as the decay of Ber-
lin society and the rise of Hit-
ler.. ***
American Graffiti. (Media-
trics, Nat. Sci., 7:30, 9:30) -
Director George Lucas' envi-
sioned film of 1962 high-school
life. Seeking out of the golden
support of Francis Ford Copol-
la, he has created one of the
truly excellent period pieces in
film history.***
MUSIC
Suds Factory - Ian - Quail,
rock, $1.
Mr. Flood's Party - Cosmic
Cowboy, country, $1.
Blind Pig - Muskadine Blues
Band, blues, $1.
The Ark - Lou & Sally Killen,
English traditional music, $2.50
EVENTS
Women's Swimming - U-M
vs. Purdue: Matt Mann Pool,
5:30 p.m.
Men's Swimming - U-M vs.
Indiana: Matt Mann Pool, 7:30
p.m.
Indochina Peace Campaign-
Speakers: Fred Branfman, di-
rector of Indochina Resource
Center, Washington; Le Anh
Thu, Vietnam woman living in
exile; Jean-Pierre Debris, for-
mer political prisoner of Thieu;
Bob Chenoweth, POW in Hanoi
-Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
THE-TUBE
A salute to Jack Benny high-
lights Mike Douglas today on
Channel 2 at 4:30; guests in-
clude Benny's daughter Joan.
Mel Blanc, Don Wilson and
many film clips of the infamous
Benny career. Tonight on Chan-
nel 20 at 8 p.m. don't forget
Patrick McGoohan as The Pri-
soner, a completely different
TV show that never quite made
it but should have. Viva Max is
telecast tonight at 11:30 on
Channel 2 with stars Peter Us-
tinov, John Astin and Jona-
than Winters excellent in this
wartime comedy vehicle about
an Alamo takeover in the 1960's.
At 1 a.m. on Channel 4 to
second - best - of - the -Mid-
night Special is aired, and fea-
tures stars like B.B. King, Da-
vid Bowie, Ray Charles and
Aretha Franklin in a repeat of
very special performances from
this commercial rip-off of the
Woodstock Nation's pocket-
books.

DAVID BOWIE . . . Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes into a TV star,
Friday night in the wee hours.
Headl iners:
It would be a sham of a travesty of two shams of a fraud,
as Woody Allen would say, to tell you this will be an exciting
week. It won't. It will be cold, and there won't be much hot
stuff in the way of entertainment. So, on general principle,
we recommend the Smothers Brothers Tuesday 8 p.m. variety
show on NBC. Tom and Dick are back in stride with wise-
guy comedy . . . and if you're still awake Friday night at 1
a.m., "Midnight Special" presents a round of its "best"
shows, including the oddities of David Bowie. There are a
few good local movies, too ... Yawn.

THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS . . . cackling their way
through a triumphant comeback, Monday night on the
tube.

a1 I, Aud. A, 7, 9:15) - Greg-
ry Peck stars in this engross-
g drama of southern racism
nd a lawyer who attempts to
mve a framed black man. ****
Tarzan, The Ape Man (Cine-
a Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05)
ohnny Weissmuller's first
rid greatest of the jungle epics.
The Emigrants (New World,
fLB 3, 7, 9:45) - Beautifully
lned epic of Swedes bound
America; Max Von Sydow
nd Liv Ullman are excellent.
*4'
Sacco and Vanzetti (New
World, MLB 4, 7, 9:15) - Mar-
ed attempt at offering justice
o an infamously messy trial. **
Harold and Maude (Media-
rics, Nat. Sci., 7, 8:45, 10)
)ne of the true cult films, Hal
shby's film returns again to no
nes complaint.
Wait Until Dark (Couzens
ilm Co-op, Couzens Cafeteria,
10) - Audrey Hepburn and
Ian Arkin enhance this clever-
made thriller that deserves
epeated viewing. ***
It Happened One Night (Burs-
ey Hall Enterprises, Bursley

MUSIC
Blind Pig - Silk Purse, clas-
sical, $.50.
Chances Are - Jackal, rock,
$.50 for students, $1 others.
Dooley's - Craig Marsden,
contemporary rock, no cover.
Mr. Flood's Party - Jawbone,
country - western, $1.
Suds Factory - Ian-Quail,

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EVENTS
Men's Basketball - UM vs.
Wisconsin, Crisler Arena, 8:05
pm.
Alpha Phi Omega - U-M Stu-
dent Blood Bank; Union Ball-
room, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
UAC Future Worlds - Al
Lithman, '"Auroville'; a n
evolving Alternative Future":
Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
THE TUBE

rocK, ~u. Two thrillers play opposite
Music School - F a c.u l t y T
Chamber Concert, Roesgen- one another tonight as The Bos-
Champion, Purcell, Stravinsky, ton Strangler (1968) and Play
jazz classics: Rackham Aud., Misty For Me (1971) air at 9
4 p.m p.m. on Channels 7 and 4, re-
Citizen Kane (1941), one of the spectively - Misty, directed and
most influential, plagiarized starring Clint Eastwood, has a
and overrated films ever made, fie performance by Jessica
airs on Bill Kennedy's Channel Walter as the deranged and sex-
50 Showtime today at 1 p.m. starved Evelyn Draper, but
Later watch Anne Francis never rises much above third-
match wits with Gene Barry on rate Hitchcock. Strangler stars
Burke's Law at 2:30 on 20 - T Cuti dand isuaonsit
it's Honey West vs. Amos Burke ently well-done documentary-
in this classic 1960's TV rerun. type feature on the trials and!
Tonight on Channel 7 don't miss tribulations facing a big-city{
Cliff Robertson's Academy- strangler as the police close in.
Award performance as Charly The ending is especially effec-
p(1968), abrain -damaged. . tive, although not very factual.
(o96w),isbin damagsecond Celeste Holm guests on Medical
chance at life through the re- Center tonight at 10 p.m. on
sults of an experimental skullth Channel 2, and you can also,
s a~nermnta.2skthi tune in on Dinah with guests

enough, part two will do you
in.
Yellow Submarine (Ann Ar-
bor Film Co-op, Angell Hall,
Aud. A, 7, 8:45, 10:30) - Fan-
tastic animated cartoon featur-
ing songs and caricatures of
the Beatles before-the-break-up.
*'*
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Ann Arbor Ex-
perimental Jazz Band, jazz,
$1.00
Mr. Flood's Party - Stony
Creek, bluegrass, $.50
Chances Are - Lightnin',
rock, 5.50 for students, $1.00
others
Suds Factory - Ian-Quail,
rock, $.50
EVENTS
Alpha Phi Omega - Student
Blood Bank: Union Ballroom,
11 a.m.-S p.m.
Residential College - John
Allen, "Film and Visual Arts:
The Foreignest of Languages**:
Greene Lounge, East Quad, 7
p.m.
THE TUBE
Marcus Welby, at 10 p.m. on
Channel 7, guest-stars Lucie
Arnaz as a tennis pro with!
bone cancer, and later on Chan-
nel 50 at 11:30 you can see a
fascinating study of guilt when
William Wellman's Ox-Bow In-
cident (1943) is presented, with
stars Henry Fonda and Anthony{
Quinn tops as cowboys with a
conscience. At 1 a.m. on Chan-
nel 2 one of the weirdest movies
about movies ever made is
broadcast -- Stand-In (1937). A
stupid story concerning a Wall
Street broker who tries to run
a production company in Holly-c

wood, it features the talents of i Davis and David Crosby discuss
Leslie Howard, Joan Blondell, the record business for a whole
Jack Carson and Humphrey Bo- hour! Davis, who just wrote a
gart! Don't miss this cheap and scandel - laden book on the
exciting melodrama if you want: subject, was the former pres.
a real peek behind-the-scenes. of Columbia records - Crosby
is currently a member of the
famous C,S,N, & Y recording
group. This promises to be a
fascinating show if Snyder shuts

JANUARY 29
Birthdays: Thomas Paine,I
Anton Chekhov, G e r m a i n e.
Greer.
CINEMA
Mother and the Law; Broken
Blossoms (Cinema Guild, Arch.
Aud., Mother at 7, Blossoms at
9:05) - see Tuesday.
MUSIC
Suds Factory - Luther Alli-
son, blues, $2.50.
Chances Are - Dr. Bop & the
Headliners featuring the White
Raven, 50's and early 60's, $1
for students, $1.50 others.
Mr. Flood's Party - Stony
Creek, bluegrass, $.75.
The Ark - Hootenanny, ama-
teur night, $.75.
Blind Pig - Other Side, jazz,
$1.
EVENTS
Alpha Phi Omega - U-M
Student Blood Bank: Union Bgll-
room, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.I
THE TUBE
Joan Crawford guests on I{
Love Lucy today at 12:30 on
Channel 50; later on the same
channel watch Spin and Marty
cavort in the woods on Mickey
Mouse Club's 5 p.m. time-slot,
followed on Channel 20 by Jerry
Mathers in Leave It To Beaver.
Tonight at 1 a.m. on Tom Sny-
der's Tomorrow don't miss Clive

up long enough to let the two
talk.

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thursday
JANUARY 30
Birthdays: Franklin Roose-
velt. Vanessa Redgrave, Gene
Hackman.
CINEMA
The Wild One (Mediatrics,
Nat. Sci., 7, 8:30, 10) - Marlon
Brando fills Stanley Kramer's
idea of the misguided teen of
the socially - disturbed fifties.
Suffers from Kramer's usual
heavy hand, but Brando trans-
cends as usual. ***
The Garden of the Finzi-Con-
Fa

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.

Aud. A, 7, 9) - Louis Mafle's
1969 social document of the
French elites. Interesting. ***
Rules of the Game (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) -
Renoir's early classic that
shocked France in its 1939 re- l
lease. An artistic piece of some
sort. **
Cabaret (New World, MLB 4,
7, 9:30) - Liza Minelli and Joel
Grey immerse themselves in
"divine decadence" during the

U
is what
Ann Arbor
needs,
Listen for it Soon!

Vest Cafeteria, 9) - Clark Ga- operation. Teiecast at s:3 u, tns
le in Frank Capra's biggie. A film is sensitive in its treatment
eat achievement for "the of both the Robertson character
ame above the title". *** (excellently supported by Claire
MUSIC Bloom as the teacher) and the
Ark - Hedy West, guitar & basic subject matter-although
anjo, $2.50. a few flashy split - screen tech-
Blind Pig - Tribe, jazz, $1. niques and obscure plot twists
Suds Factory - Pear, rock, somehow detract from the end-
ing's powerful, crashing climax.
Mr. Floods' Party - Jaw- Later tonight at 1 a.m. The
one, country - western, $1. Bowery Boys find Alladin's
Del Rio 2- Gemini, rock, no lamp in Bowery to Bagdad
-ver (1954), a semi-hilarious romp
Golden Falcon-Friends Road through magic-carpetland and
ompany, jazz band and mime also featuring Eric Blore as
oupe. $2. the Genie with a speech impedi-
Chances Are - Jackal, rock, I ment.
1 for students, $1.50 others.
EVENTS
Center for Japanese Studies o
Zen practices workshop,
reathing techniques, postures, JANUARY 27
Yoshi Philip Kapleau, Union Birthdays: Wolfgang Mozart,
allroom, 9:30 am-4:30 pm. Kaiser Wilhelm, Donna Reed.
BRa s k e t b a l l - Wolver- CINEMA
es vs. Northwestern, Crisler 1st Erotic Film Festival (New
ena, 2:05. World, Nat. Sci., 7, 8:45, 10:30)
Swimming - Wolverines vs. - The original; medium-core
outhern Illinois, Matt Mann porno with a pseudo-arty touch.
ool, 4 pm. Allows everyone an intellectual
Hockey-Wolverines vs. Min- excuse for being there. *
esota, Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 MUSIC
m. Chances Are - Mojo Boogie
THEATRE Band, boogie, $.50 for students,
Professional T h e a t r e $1.00 others
rogram - Peter Arnott's Mar- Suds Factory - Ian-Quail,
nette T h e a t r e, Euri- rock, $.50
ides' "Medea", Residential Mr. Flood's Party - Mike
ollege Aud., 8 pin. Smith and his Country Band,
TM '. TUBE _ country, 5.50
Clark Gable and Claudette Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
olbert star in Frank Capra's Red, boogie, $1.00.
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE

Art Carney, Lawrence Welk,
Peter Finch and Diahann Car-I
roll at the same time on Chan-
nel 50 if you're really hard up.
tuesday
JANUARY 28
Birthdays: Artur Rubinstein,
Claes Oldenburg
CINEMA
Mother and the Law (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7) - Silent
film from D.W. Griffith circa
1915. Social drama as only they
could make. "
Broken Blossoms (C i n e m a
Guild, Arch. Aud., 9:05) - D.
W. Griffith's 1919 film headlines
Lilian Gish as a girl who falls
in love with a Chinese immi-
grant. *
2nd Erotic Film Festival -
(New World, Nat. Sci., 7, 8:45,
1030) -If part one wasn't
DR. PAUL USLAN
Optometrist
Full Contact Lens Service
I Visual Examinations

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PRESENTS
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Friday & Saturday, Jan. 24 & 25
8& 10p.m.

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