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Pae Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, March 15, 1975

events and entertainment

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all week
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COMMERCIAL CINEMA
Stavisky - (Campus) - Al-
ain Resnais directed this ele-
gant glance back at the early
thirties. Jean-Paul Belmondo
and Charles Boyer star. Step-
en Sonheim contributes a fine
musical score.****
Young Frankenstein - (State)
- Mel Brooks's zany satire of
the studio horror film continues
on. Gene Wilder and Peter
Boyle head up a magnific nt
cast.****
Alice Doesn't Live Here Any-
more - (The Movies, Briar-
wood) -- This nominee for the
Best Picture Oscar captures the
same sense of despair in the
midst of a stifled life style as
Chekhov's Three Sisters. Mar-
tin Scorcese directs Ellen Bur-
styn.****
Murder on the Orient Ex-
press -- (The Movies, Briar-
wood) - Sidney Lumet takes
Agatha Christie's solid mystery
and converts it into an equally
solid film. Albert Finnev and
Ingrid Bergman head a literal-
ly glittering cast.****
Lenny - (Fifth Forum) Dus-
tin Hoffman is most engaging
as the funny but bawdy Lenny
Bruce. But Valerie Perrine
steals the picture with a poig-
nant performance as Bruce's
ex-stripper wife.****
The Stepford Wives - (The
Movies, Briarwood) - Ira Lev-
in wrote this boring, totally un-
surprising alleged suspense
film. Katherine Ross muddles
about. *
MARCH 15
CINEMA
Ann Arbor Film Festival (Ci-
nema Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9,
11) - One of the great events
of the Ann Arbor cultural calen-
dar, this festival rates among
the great 16mm presentations
in the United States. ****
The Damned (New World,
MLB 4, 7, 9:45) - Luchino Vis-
conti's warped realization of the
rise of the Nazi empire. Unfor-
tunately, the director advances
a faulty premise that attempts
to connect sexual perversion1
with the corruption of politics.**
The Green Wall (Cinema II,
Aud. A, 7, 9) - A beautiful film
from Peru that ponders the free-

dom a young family seeks inI
leaving their established life inI
the city. A penetrating work
that deserves attention. *** I
Monkey Business and Duck
Soup (Mediatrics, Nat. Sci. Aud.
7:30, 9:45) - Groucho and com-
pany in peak form, again. ****
* * *
MUSIC
Ark - Glenn Ohrlin,, country,
$2.50.
Blind Pig - John Nicholas,
blues, $1.00.
Chances Are - Star Castle,
rock, $1.50 for students, $2.00
others.
Golden Falcon - Iris Bell,
folk, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party-Old Buck,
jazz, $1.00.
Suds Factory - Knotts, rock,
$1.00.
Del Rio - (1:30-4:00) poetry
reading.
Music School - Contemporary
Directions: Rackham Aud., 8
p.m.
Musical Society -- Strasbourg
Philharmonic, Alain Lombard,
conductor, featming Jean-Ber-
nard Pommier, pianist: Hill
Aud., 8:30 p.m.
* * *
EVENTS
Art School - art auction, Slus-
ser Gallery, Art and Architec-
ture Bldg., North Campus, 2:00
p.m.
Food Action Coalition - Ve-
geta-Ball, with Friends Road
Show: Union Ballroom, 9 p.m.
* * *
THEATRE
Law School Gilbert and
Sullivan's "Trial By Jury":
East Quad Aud., 8 p.m., no
charge.
* * *
THE TUBE .....
Just because the state of Mi-
chigan is behind New York one
hour is no reason to miss Bugs
Bunny. You just have to get up
one'hour earlier, 7:30, and tune
in Channel 7 to watch these
classic Warner Bros. Looney
Tunes. Sports programming do-
minates the rest of the day,
starting with Indiana vs. Uni-
versity of Texas at El Paso at
11:00 a.m. :n Channel 4. Keep
pouring .he brews and lean back
some more and watch Kentucky
vs. Marquette, also on Channel
4, at 1:00 p.m. Continuing the
rond ball orgy comes the Ari-
zona Statc-Alabama game at
3:00. The next game isn't until
11:00, when Blue takes on the
second-ranked UCLA Bruins on
Channel 2. With the removal of
the Choul, late-night viewing is
somewhat emasculated, b u t
there's still Alias John Preston,
at 1:30 on Channel 2. A dreamy.
film, it's the story of a man
who dreams of becoming a kill-
er. Is he really?

sunday
MARCH 16
CINEMA
Ann Arbor Film Festival Win-
ners (Cinema II, Cinema Guild,
Aud. A., 7, 9, 11) - Highlights
from this year's festival. ts
Death in Venice (New World,
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 9:30) - Rea-
sonable adaptation of the Tho-
mas Mann novella that never
fully develops the complexity of
the literary work. Visconti's
film, as usual, is elegantly tex-
tured. **,
The Stranger (New World,
MLB 4, 7, 9:30) - Luchino Vis-
conti's film that warrants little
attention. *
* * *
MUSIC
Ark - Bill Steele, songwriter,
$2.50
Blind Pig - Silk Purse, clas-
sical, $1.00.
Chances Are - Star Castle,
rock, $1.00.
Golden Falcon - Iris Bell,
folk, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Daddy G
and the Night Train, blues, $.75.
Dooley's - Joe Kostman,
songwriter-folk, no cover.
Musical Society - Pakistani
Qawwali music; Rackham Aud.,
8 p.m.
THEATRE
Law School - Gilbert and Sul-
livan's "Trial By Jury": East
Quad Aud., 8 p.m., no charge.
* * *
THE TUBE
Joanne Woodward and Yul
Brynner star in the 1959 produc-
tion of William Faulkner's novel
of Southern decay, The Sound
and the Fury. It's on Channel 9
at 1. At 2, the NBA's Game of
the Week features a tasty
match-up between the scrappy,
defensive Chicago Bulls, and
Milwaukee's Bucks, led by one-
man team Kareem Abdul-Jab-
bar. At 3:30 on Channel 50
comes The Scarlet Claw, with
Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce
as Sherlock Holmes and his able
assistant Dr. Watson. This time
the subject of their labors is a
strange murder case set in Can-
ada. On Channel 7 at 8:30
Woody Allen's unique, zany
touch hits the small screen with
What's New Pussycat? With a
score by Burt Bacharach, and
a star-laden cast, including Pe-
ter Sellers and Peter O'Toole,
along with Woody himself, Pau-
la Prentiss, Ursula Andress, and
Romy Schneider, the only thing
that might go wrong with this
wierd farce is if the censors
hack it to shreds. Alfred Hitch-
cock's spy film, Torn Curtain,
rounds out the late nights, with
Julie Andrews and' Paul New-t
man. It's on Channel 9 at 11:30.
* * *
Monday
MARCH 17
CINEMA
Bonnie and Clyde (Ann Arbor,
Co-op, Aud. A, 9) - Arthur
Penn's monumental film that
holds its place in history as the
front gate of the American
"New Wave". Although it has1

Dustin H o f f m a n . . . continuing as
Lenny at the Fifth Forum all week long.

Marlon Brando . . . his classic perform-
ance in A Streetcar Named Desire, Fri-
day night at MLB 3.

Headlners:
A good week to grab the popcorn and
head for the movies! The Ann Arbor
Film Festival finishes up this weekend
with the best flicks running Sunday ..-.
the dynamic gangster duo Bonnie and
Clyde, starring Faye Dunaway and War-
ren Beatty, shoot it up with style in
Arthur Penn's American classic Monday
night in Aud. A . . . Dustin Hoffman bad
mouths it brilliantly as the late and great
Lenny Bruce in Bob Fosse's "Lenny,"
running all week at the Fifth Forum .. -
the incomparable Marlon Brando electri-
fies "A Streetcar Named Desire" Friday
night in MLB 3 . . . glue yourself to the
tube 1 a.m. Friday for a super rock con-
cert when rock king Mick Jagger and the
Rolling Stones head a list of music mas-
ters that includes Jim Croce, Seals and
Crofts, Maria Muldaur and Linda Ron-
stadt on Channel 7 . .. Channel 56 fea-
tures the lyrical storyteller Harry Chapin
Tuesday night on Soundstage . . . and
in superb classical style Alain Lombard
waves a magical baton over the Stras-
bourg Philharmonic Saturday night at
8:30 in Hill. Renowned pianiist Jean-Ber-
nard Pommier highlights their appear-
ance.

Mick Jagger. . . the Rolling Stones shake
the tube Friday night on Channel 7.

with Ward " Wagon T r a i n"
Bond. **
* *
MUSIC
Ark - Hootenanny, amateur
night, $.75.
Blind Pig - Other Side, jazz,
$1.00.
Chances Are - Snow Blind,
rock, $1.00 (ladies' night).
Golden Falcon - Iris Bell,
folk, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Grievous
Angels, country rock, $.50.
Suds Factory-Theatre, rock,
$.50.
Musical Society - Vladimir
Ashkenazy, pianist, Hill Aud.,
8:30 p.m.
* * *
EVENTS
Extension Service-U-M Com-
munity College Day: League, 8
a. m.
Marketing Club-Clio Awards
'74: 130 Business Administra-
tion, 3 p.m.
U-M Flint - Men's Glee Club:
Whiting Aud., U-M Flint, 8 p.m.
** *
THE TUBE
Tom Wicker, columnist for the
New York Times, is the guest
on Channel 2's 7:00 a.m. Eye-
witness News. Clark Gable stars
as a newsman trying to rescue
his Russian wife behind the Iron
Curtain. On Channel 7 at 9:00.
Skip that hourly and don't iniss
meatcutter Tom Violeante wax-
ing rhapsodic on the subject of
the New York Strip on a.m. De-
troit on Channel 7 at 10:30. The
Marx Brothers At The Circus is
on Channel 7's 4:30 Movie. This
time the buding sleuths help re-
cover a stolen carnival bank-
roll. Plenty yuks. Wally learns
the value of honesty on Leave It
To Beaver at 5:30 on Channel 20
when he botches an attempt to
repair a bashed part of the fam-
ily car. Two smoldering women,
Bette Davis and Mary Astor,
star in Channel 50's late-night
offering, The Great Lie, at
11:30. This is a triangle; two
women both after George Brent,
both of them determined. Super.
* * *
?hIurday
MARCH 20
CINEMA
The Seventh Seal (Cinema
Guild, Arch. And., 7, 9:05) -
j Back again, Bergman's infam-
ois film stands as nothing less
than great. The now .lassic im-
agerv between the night and the
Iedil remains stunning even af-
ter numerous viewings. ****
Wedding In Blood (Ann Arbor
Co-on, And. A, 7, 9) - "Le Bou-
cher" relied. A bizarre tale of
love and marriae. ***
* * *
MUSIC
Ark - Eric Bach and Gary
bSharkleford, contemporary folk,
$1.00.
Blind Pig-Sugars Band, jazz,
$1.00.
Chances Are - Snow Blind,
rock, $1.00.
Golden Falcon - Iris Bell,
folk, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Michael
Smith, country western, $.50.
Suds Factory-Theatre, rock,
$.50.
Msic School - Philharmon-
ia Concertos: Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
Bach Club - Joplin's Ra-
time: Green Lounge, East Quad,
8 p.m.
EVENTS
1i4ai'lrtipt Club-Clio Awards
'74: 130 Business Administra-
tin. 3:30 p.m.
Pendleton Arts Information
Center - Onen Hearth, noetry
reading, Paul Wiener: Pendle-
ton Center, Union, 12:10 p.m.
International Night - Russian
food: League Cafeteria, 5-7:15

p.m.
Women's Studies Films-"The
Black Women: Lavendar: Lec-
ture Room 1, MLB, 8 p.m.
Michifish - Margaret Bell
Pool, 8:15 p.m.-IM Proverbiza-
tion.
* * *
THEATRE
UAC Musket - "Guys and
Dolls": Power Center, 8 p.m.
THE TUBE
Phil Donahue hosts right-wing
crank economist Milton Fried-
man on his show at 11:00 on
Channel 2. The 1:00 Movie on
Channel 9 is Joseph Losey's
flat-out stone weird movie, Se-
cret Ceremony, a bizarre tale
of the relationship between a
prostitute and a demented girl.
Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Mia
Farrow, Robert Mitchum. Don't
forget Bullwinkle on Channel 20
at 3:00 Edward Everett Horton

narrates Fractured Fairy Tales.
At 4:30 on Channel 7 the Marx
Brothers try their hand at a
Western, Go West. Check out
the train ride. Beaver ego-trips
at being the hero of a 'football
game on Leave It To Beaver.
The trash kings of the Murder
City, Channel 20, come through
with that classic at 5:30. CBS
turns a documentary eye on the
division between Protestants
and Catholics in A Tale of Two
Irelands at 10:00. Bette Davis,
George Brent, and Olivia de
Haviland in John Huston's In
This Our Life. Here's a drama
like they don't make any more,
the tale of an evil woman who
steals her sister's husband. At
11:33 on, Channel 50.
* * *
f riday
MARCH 21
CINEMA
Serpico (Mediatrics, Nat. Sci.
Aud., 7:30, 10) - Sidney Lu-
met's slow paced expose of the
life and times of honest cop
Frank Serpico. Al Pacino stars,
and fits the bill well, but Waldo
Salt and Norman Wexler's
sluggish screenplay makes the
entire proceeding a drag. **
Madeleine EST.. . (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:30)-
Billed as a feminist film, direc-
tor Sylvia Spring will make a
personal appearance at the
showing, which makes the
event unique in itself.
A Streetcar Named Desire
(Ann Arbor Co-op, MLB 3, 7:15,
9:30)-Brando and Kazan blend
like clockwork in this excellent
piece of cinema. ****
Carnal Knowledge (Ann Arbor
Co-op, MLB 4, 7, 9) - Mike
Nichols, Jules Feiffer and Jack
Nicholson elevate this film to
more than mere social preten-
tiousness. Ann Margaret some-
how emerges as a legitimate ac-
tress, which could be a land-
mark in show-biz itself. ***
Charles Dead or Alive (Cine-
ma II, Aud. A, 7, 9,) - Alain
Tanner's subtle knifing of the
Swiss culture. Funny, if you
aren't emotionally attached with
that country. **
MUSIC
Ark-National Review, David
Prine, Tyler Wilson, string
band, $2.50.
Blind Pig - Big D'ddy G and
the Night Train, funky blues,
$1.00.
Chances Are - Snow Blind,
rock, $1.50 for students, $2.00
others
Golden Falcon - Iris Bell,
folk, $1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Baby
Boy Warren Blues Band, blues,
$1.00
Suds Factory - Theatre,
rock, $1.00.
EVENTS
International Center - WArld's
Fair: North Campus Commons,
6-midnight
Michifish - IM Proverbiza-
tion: Margaret Bell Pool, 8:15
p.m.
THEATRE
UAC Musket - "Guys and
Dolls": Power Center, 8 p.m.
THE TUBE
Bette Davis, who's been get-
ting a lot of air play this week
plays a spinster who finds ro-
mance in Now Voyager, with
Paul Henreid and Claude Rains.
The drawback is that it's on
Channel 50 at 1:00, and that
means you have to deal with
greasy, disgusting Bill Kenne-
dy. Bullwinkle continues on
Channel 20 at 3:00. The Marx
Brothers' last 4:30 Channel 7

Movie is The Big Store. On
Leave it to Beaver, Beaver is
crushed when he's not invited
to Wally's party. That's at 5:30
on (where else?) Channel 20.
ABC zeroes in on the IRS in a
documentary at 10:00 entiled
"A question of Power, and the
gist is that Congress has failed
to oversee this monster and
now it's out of control. Bette
Davis stars in Dark Victory, a
well - acted story of a dying
girl. The lovely lady gets plen-
ty of capable help from Hum-
phrey Bogart. That's at 11:30
on Channel 50. Practically ev-
erybody, like the Rolling Stones,
Jim Croce, Seals and Crofts,
Johnny Winter, Maria Muldaur,
and Linda Ronstadt star on a
best of Don Kirshner's Rock
Concert on 1:00 on Channel 7.

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Saturday, March 15
Day Calendar
Medieval, Renaissance Collegium;
Art History: Frederick Hartt, U.V.,
"Michelangelo's Three Pietas" Aud.
A, Angell, 10 am; J. Arthos. "The
Poetry of Michelangelo," Aud. A,
Angel, 11:30 am.
FAC: Francis Lappe, Dan Zwerd-
ling, Robt. Seymoure, "Old Habits,
Changes in the American Diet,
Who's in Control," Aud. 4, MLB,
10 am; "Changing Structure of
American Agriculture," panel disc.,
Aud 4, MLB, 1 pm; "Consumerism
and Advertising: Impact on Food
Choice and Availability;" panel disc.,
Aud. 4, MLB, 3 pm; Vegeta-Ball,
with Friends Road Show, Union
Ballroom, 9 pm.
WUOM: From the Midway-Geo.
Stigler, U. of Chicago, "The Busi-
ness of Politics & the Politics of
Business;" Will Sparks, ITT, "The
Multinational Corporation," 10 am;
"The World of Swing," Stanley
Dance & Claude Hopkins, jazz fig-
ures, interviewed by Bill Toohey, 1
pmn.
Art School: Auction, Slusser Gal-
lery, Art, Arch. Bldg., N. Campus,
2, pm.
Music School: Degree recitals-
Richard Lenz, piano, Recital Hall,
2:30 pm; Alan Hawkins, bassoon
doctoral, Recital Hall, 4:30 pm;
James Rizzo, clarinet, Cady Music
Am., Stearns Bldg., 4:30 pm; Diane
Zola, soprano, Recital Hall, 8 pm;
Contemporary Directioss-Uri Mayer,
conductor, Rackham Aud., 8 pm.
Law School: Gilbert & Sullivan's
Trial by Jury, E. Quad. Aud., 8 pm.
Musical Society: Strasbourg Phil-

harmonic, Hill Aud., 8:30 pm.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Interviewing on Campus:
Mon., Mar 24-Thurs., Mar. 27:
Action/Peace Corps/Vista; Tues.,
Mar 25: Davey Tree Expert Co.,
Prudential Ins., Mich. PSRO Sup-
porteCtr.; (Component of M. St.
Med. Society) & Frank Clark &
Assoc., Wed., Mar. 26: Electronic
Data System, Aetna Life, U.S. Navy,
& Conn. Mutual; Thurs., March 27:
Facinations Furniture Store; Friday,
Mar. 28: Upjohn.
Summer Placement
3200 SAM, 763-4117
Interviews: Register in person or
by phone. Kline Bros., N.Y.: inter-
view Weds. Mar. 19 9-5; interested
in jrs. in retailing. Positions in
Ann Arbor, Adrian, Monroe area,
full time summer empl. leading to
part-time sr. yr; becoming career
on graduation; further details avail-
able. Cedar Point, Sandusky, Oh:
interview Mon. Mar. 24 9-5. Open-
ings, waiters/ess, ride operators.
hottl personnel, hostess, lifeguards,
etc. Irish Hills G.S. Council, Mi:
Interview Mon. Mar. 24 9-5; open-
ings inc. waterfront, unit leaders &
assts. with special skills; more de-
tails available. Nippersink, resort,
Wi: Interview Thurs./Fri. Mar. 20;
21 9-5; openings incl. dining rm.
hostess, waiters/eases, bus boys,
maids, kitchen help, porters, bell-
men, laundry, snack shop personnel.
Camp Maplehurst, Mi. Coed: Inter-
view Weds. Mar 19 1-5; openings:
riding, Eng./western, drama, arts/
crafts, sailing, scuba, nature, sec-
retary. Camp Cavell, WYCA, Metro.
Det: Interview Thurs. Mar. 20 10-5,
openings: asst. dir., unit & leaders
counselors, specialty fields-nature
art/crafts, etc.

played everywhere five times,
it's well worth the multiple
viewing.
* * *
MUSIC
Blind Pig - Boogie-Woogie
Red, boogie, $1.00.
Chances Are - Whiz Kids,
rock, $1.50 (tequilla night).
Golden Falcon - Gerry 0'-
Kane and Noel Lenaghan, Irish
music and St. Patrick's Day
party, $1.00.
Suds Factory - Theatre
rock, $.50.
* * *
EVENTS
Marketing Club-Clio Awards
'74: 130 Business Admin., 3 p.m.
Art - Milton Glaser, graphics
specialist design director, New
York Magazine, "Time and Gra-
phics": Art and Architecture
Aud., North Campus, 8 p.m.
Music School Honors Assem-
bly - Ross Lee Finney, "The
Conflict of Scientific and Artis-
tic Values": SM Recital Hall,
8 p.m.
* * *

day and tomorrow. Then at 3:00 more reminiscent of
comes the funniest cartoon show Penn's General Custer.
ever produced, Bullwinkle, on three hours too long. *
Channel 20. A crisis is brewing * *
on Leave It To Beaver, wheni MUSIC
Ward and June fear Wally will Blind Pig - Friends
get an apartment when his Show, jazz band, $1.00.
friend Eddie does so. The Marx Chances Are - Snow
Brothers yuk classic A Night at rock, $1.00.
the Opera hits Channel 7 at Golden Falcon - Ger
4:30. If you've never seen it be- Kane and Noel Lenaghan
fore you'll bust a gut at the music' and St. Patrick'
stateroom scene. Spencer Tracy party, $1.00.
stars in a tough drama of life in Suds Factory-Theatre
prison, 20,000 Years in Sing- $.50.
Sing, along with Bette Davis. A *
little sappy but worth waiting up EVENTS
for. It's on Channel 50 at 11:30. Marketing Club-ClioI
If depression's your trip, check '74: 130 Business Adm
out the usually obnoxious David tion, 3:30 p.m.
Susskind and hear what you al- English, Extension Ser
ready know in a show titled: poetry reading, Frederic
Campus '75: Cutthroat Compe- gan: Aud. 3, MLB 4:10I
tition from Grades. It's at,12:00
on Channel 9. A better late THE TUBE
choice is Warner Oland in Char- San Francisco concluc
lie Chan at the Opera. The Channel 7 at 8:30. Bullwi
sleuth takes on the murder of a
di WithRn on at 3:00 on Channel 20.

Arthur
About
Road
Blind,
rry O'-
n, Irish
s Day
rock,
Awards
inistra-
vice -
k Mor-
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des on
inkle is
Check

Billiards & Bowling
Pinball & Foosball

OPEN THE TUBE
Channela7's 8:30 movie, San
] 1 .m.1today Francisco, with Clark Gable,
Jeanette MacDonald, and Spen-
Michigan Union cer Tracy, all about the earth-
quake of 1906 will be shown to-
JAZZ-ROCK CONCERT
BY THE
AUSTIN-MARO? BAND
Contemporary Jazz-Rock Sounds-17 pc. band
Sun., Mar. 16th-2-5:30 p.m.
AT
ANN ARBOR BIMBO'S
114 E. WASHINGTON
ADV. TICKETS $3.50 AT THE DOOR $4
Frustrated by
University Policies ?
You can do something about it on University
Committees. There are immediate openings on
the following committees:

ava. t wruoris arioir.
* * *
tuesday
MARCH 18
CINEMA
Cries and Whispers (Indochina
Peace Campaign, MLB, 7, 9) -
Bergman's stunning work that,
is as complex as it is subtle.
The remarkably simple compo-
sition is just another tribute to
the true mastery Bergman has
over his work. ****
The Jazz Singer (Cinema
Guild, rch. Aud., 7, 8:45, 10:30)
- Al Jolson in the first sound
movie - worth seeing for its
highly comedic atmosphere. If
Doctor Demento considers it
"demented", it's got to be good.
Ludwig (New World, Nat. Sci.
Aud., 7, 9:30) - Luchino Vis-
conti's worst work to date. Dirk
Bogard is absolutely Helmut
Berger's Ludwig, under Viscon-
ti's direction, borders on a rav-
ing lunatic. Unfortunately, it
gets out of hand, and appears

out Captain Peachfuzz and the
gang. Marx Brothers week con-
tinues on Channel 7's 4:30 mo-
vie with A Day at the Races.
Margaret Dumont and the boys
kick out the usual nonsense.
French Impressionist Pierre
Auguste Renoir is the subject of
a channel 56 documentary on
his life, letters, and paintings.
At 9:30, Harry Chapin is featur-
ed on 56's excellent live-music
program, Soundstage, at 10:00.
Bette Davis won an Oscar for
her portrayal of an actress on
the skids, saved by love, in
Dangorous.
MARCH 19
CINEMA
Rio Grande (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 7) - John Ford
western with John Wayne, true
to the formula. **
Wagonmaster (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 9:05) - Another
John Ford western, this time

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BURSLEY HALL ENTERPRISES Presents:
THE WAY WE WERE
starring: BARBRA STREISAND
and ROBERT REDFORD

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