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Saturday, April 5, 1975

Page Eigh THE MICHGANDAILYSaturday Apil 5,17

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all week
The Seduction of Mimi -
(Campus) - A fantastically
funny film by Lima Wertmuller
on the marvelous world of Si-
cilian mores that features what
must be the most hilarious wide-
angle lens shot in recent cine-
ma. ****
The Great Waldo Pepper -
(Michigan) - Stunt flying and
World War I biplanes abound
in this George Roy Hill version
of the nostalgic days of early,
aviation. Robert Redford stars.
Y o u n g Frankenstein -
(State) - Mel Brooks and crew
poke fun at the horror genre
with class and more than a
few yuks. ****
Lenny - (Fifth Forum) -
Dustin Hoffman is excellent in
this pseudo-documentary re-ex-
amination of the life and times
of Lenny Bruce. Bob Fosse di-
rected with so-so results. ***
Murder on the Orient Ex-
jress - (The Movies, Briar-
wood) - Agatha Christie's Bri-
tish mystery and an all star
cast add up to a fun evening of
entertainment. Who killed the
nasty kidnaper? Only Hercule
Poirot knows for sure,...****
The Stepford Wives - (The
Movies, Briarwood) - Kather-
ine Ross smiles her way through
an absurd film about an equal-
ly absurd town that does
strange things to some of its
citizens. **
At Long Last Love - (The'
Movies, Briarwood) - Peter
Bogdanovich directed Cybill
Shepherd and Burt Reynolds in
this musical picture assembled
around resurrected Cole Porter
material that never gets off the
ground. **
Alice Doesn't Live Here Any-
more - (The Movies, Briar-
wood) - Ellen Burstyn turns
in a memorable performance in
this quaint look at the Three
Sisters phenomenon in America.

Sounder (New World, MLB 3,
7, 9)-Cicely Tyson and Paul
Winfield star in this heart-warm-
ing d o m e s t i c comi-tragedy
which concerns a black south-
ern family during the Deprs-
sion and a hound dog named
The Great White Hope (New
World, MLB 4, 7, 9) - James
Earl Jones as the black heavy-,
weight champion b o r n fifty
years too soon. Powerful stuff
as he takes on the world in and
out of the ring.***
The Witch's Hammer (Cinema
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05)-A
Czechslovakian film about a
witch-hunt in 16th c e n t u r y
Europe. Part of a Czechslovak-
ian film fest. (1971) **
Dodes Ka-Den (Cinema II
Angell Hall Aud. A, 7, 9:30)-A
Japanes film (1971) which con-
centrates on the everyday exist-
ence of a poverty-stricken com-
munity in the slums of a large,
Japanese metropolis.**I
Dr. Zhivago (UAC Mediatrics,'
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 10)-Omar
Sharif, Geraldine Chaplin and
Julie Christie compose a leve
triangle during the Russian
Revolution. A graphically beau-
tiful and technically excellent
film. Most importantly, this f-lm
retains all of the power
and magificance of Pasternak's
controversial novel.****
Guns of Navarone (Couzens
Cafeteria, 7:30, 10:15)-Better
than average suspense tale.
Good guys Gregory Peck, David
Niven,gand Anthony Quinn go
after guns on a Nazi-held Greek
isle. **
The Paper Chase (Bursley,
West Cafeteria, 9) - Timothy
Bottoms plays a Harvard law
student who bests his prof and
wins the daughter of same, over-
coming oppressive grading sys-
tem and a personal crisis along
the way. Pure fantasy.***
Ark - Michael Cooney, folk,
. Blind Pig-Silvertones, blues,
Chances Are - Dr. Bop and
the Headliners, featuring the'
White Raven, 50's and early!

60's, $2.00 for students, $2.50
for others
Golden Falcon - Iris Bell, all
kinds of music, $1.00
Mr. Flood's Party - Stony
Creek, country, $1.00
Pretzel Bell - R.F.D. Boys,
bluegrass, $1.50 (starting at
Suds Factory - Ketch, rock,
Music School - "Tales of

Youth Symphony: Hill Aud., 3 Blind Pig - Ann Arbor Ex T. V. movie The Story of Prettyt
p.m. perimental Jazz Band, $1.00 Boy Floyd promises to knock
Music School - "Tale of Chances Are - Ten High, your eyes out. The shoot 'em up
Hoffman": Mendelssohn, 8 pm. rock - dance music, $1.00 for runs at 8:30 p.m. on channel 7.
DANCE students, $1.50 othersk
University Dancers - Power Mr. Flood's Party - Pecan's
Center, 2:30 p.m. Blues Band, $.75
THE TUBE Suds Factory - Crossfire,
Get out the old baseball cap rock, $.50
- it's almost that time of year University Concert Band --
again. All afternoon is devoted Harry McTerry, conductor: Hill APRIL 10
to the national passtime, lead- Aud., 8 p.m. CINEMA
ing-off with the classic Pride Music School -Opera Work- Pather Panchali (Ann Arbor
of the Yankees starring Gary shop: Recital Hall, 8 p.m. Film Co-op, Angell Aud. A, 7, 9)j

t i
7 '

Hoffman": Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
Musical Society - Boston
Symphony, Seiji Ozawa: Hill
Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Baseball - U-M vs. Eastern
Michigan: Fisher Field, 1 pm.
Square Dance Club - "Fun-
Level Square Dance", no ex-
perience necessary, Sports Coli-
seum, 5th and Hill, 8-11 p.m.
Feature Worlds; Planet Earth
- 'Planet Earth: A Color and
Sound Tour in Concert": Aud. 3,
MLB, 3 p.m.
UAC - "Cartoon Extrava-
ganza", cartoonists Charles
Rodriguez, National Lampoon;
Bill Sanders, Milwaukee Jour-
nal: Rackham Aud., 7:30 p.m.I
University Dancers - Power'
Center, matinee at 2:30, 8 pm.
The viewing gets off to a
bouncy start at noon as East
meets West in the college all-
star basketball game on chan-
nel 4. Various sports shows fill
a typical Saturday afternoon
fare - take a nap. The only
non-rerun during prime time is
The Jeffersons. The half-hour
comedy begins at 8:30 p.m. on
channel 2. A couple of late night
movies - Hitchcock's North by
Northwest with Cary Grant on
channel 7, 11:30 p.m. and Ku-,
brick's Dr. Strangelove, same
time, channel 9 - highlight ther
The Knack and How To Get
It (Cinema II, Angell Aud. A,t
7, 9) - An English film - A
1965 spoof on the masculine sex'
drive and the inevitable genera-
tion gap during the youth revo-
lution of the sixties.**
A Report on the Party and
the Guests (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) - Second
installment of Czech film fest
-A 1968, black-and-white exam-
ination of the nature of fear.
Neither violent or impossibly,
abstract, but tremendously


Cooper as Lou Gehrig at 1 p.m.
on channel 50. An hour later
Joe Garagiola previews the up-
coming season on channel 4.
Then the not so memorable
Babe Ruth Story is presented
on channel 9 at 4 p.m. The
evening is a bit more education
with specials on sharks (7:30
p.m., channel 7) and the Inter-
nal Revenue Service (10 p.m.,
channel 4).
Blind Pig - Boogie-Woogie
Red, $1.00
Chances Are - Ten High,
rock-dance music, $1.00 for stu-
dents, $1.50 others
Mr. Flood's Party - Still-
house String Band, no cover
Pretzel Bell - Diamond Rio,
country, $1.00 (starting at'
Suds Factory - Crossfire,
rock, $.50
Friends of the Sun - Gil-Scott
Heron, The Midnight Band, Un-'
ion Ballroom, 8, 10:30
Music School - University
Jazz Band: Rackham Aud., 8
Audio-Visual Center - Giotto
and the Pre-Renaissance: Pen-
dleton Center, Union, 8 p.m.
Those fun 50's kids, thej
Mouseketeers, brings us songs "
and sweet smiles as they per-
form during a "fin with music
day" on the Mickey Mouse
Club. See it all on channel 9 at
5 p.m. Hal Holbrook recreates
young Lincoln as part of a
series on the life of the great
president. This hour-long seg-
ment airs at 8 p.m. on channel
4. Rounding out the offerings,
David Susskind asks the immor-
tal question: Can Arabs and Is-
raelis Live in Peace? Tune in
at midnight, channel 9.

EVENTS - An Indian film made in 1958
Baseball - U-M vs. Western which examines the life of a
Michigan: Fisher Field, 2 p.m. poor family living in Bengal.
English; Extension Service - A little difficult to understand,
poetry reading, Larry Fagin, but rewarding. **
Aud. 3, MLB, 4:10 p.m. The Crowd and Moulin Rouge

Michigan": 126 Residential Col- 9:30) - An unforgiveable film
lege, 7:30 p.m. about a girl who goes away to
Women's Studies Films - a small Eastern college where
Emerging Woman: Slyvia, Fran a deliberately dignified profes-
and Joy: Lecture Room 1, 8' sor (James Whitmore) is con-
p.m. ducting a sexual encounter ex-
Wounded Knee Support Group periment. Miss Naievete is at
of Ann Arbor - "Last Stand'first shocked by the sexual revo-
Cinema" - "Last of the Ceri- lution, but soon mellows out to
va"; 2235 Angell Hall, 7, 9 p.m. embrace her fellow classmates
Donations accepted; proceeds in love, peace, and brotherhood.
will go to Council Bluff. Trash. *
Oscar - winning Joanne Wood- Ark - Fenning's All-Star
ward stars in The Three Faces String Band, $2.50
of Eve, a psychological drama Blind Pig - Synergy, jazz,
on the 1 p.m. Movie, channel 9. $1.00
Or catch Bullwinkle and Rocky Chances Are - Ten High,
at 3 p.m. on channel 20 - im- rock-dance music, $1.50 for stu
prove your mind painlessly. dents, $2.00 others
This evening features a couple Golden Falcon - Iris Bell, all
of detective, made-for-TV mov- kinds of music, $1.00
ies. First, on channel 4 at 8; Mr. Floods Party - Silver-
p.m. a husband and wife team tones, blues, $1.00
battle crime as private eyes. Pretzel Bell - R. F. D. Boys,
Later Rod Taylor continues the bluegrass, $1.50 (starts at
fight in A Matter of Wife . . . 10:00)
and Death" at 9:30 p.m. on the Suds Factory-Crossfire, rock,
same channel. 1$1.50
Collegium Musicum - Eng-
lish, Italian Music from 1600's:
IRackham Aud., 8 p.m.
Musical Society - Spanish
IRTV Symphony: Hill Aud., 8:30

Residential College - Marvin
Felheim, "In Defense of Pop-'
ular Culture": East Quad,"
Green Lounge, 7 p.m.
Pendleton Arts Information
Center - Open Hearth, mando-
lin music, Martha Burns and
the Pigtown Flingers: Pendle-,
ton Room, noon
Hillel - The Living Jewish
Catalogue, "How to Do a Jew-
ish Wedding": Hillel, 8 p:m.
The excellent, disturbing mo-
vie Sunset Boulevard with Bill
Holden and Gloria Swanson hits
the small screen at 1 p. in.,
channel 9. Catch it, if you can.
Laugh at some repeat jokes on
this week's rerun of M*A*S*H
at 8:30 p.m. on channel 2. Then
get set for the splendor and
hype of the Academy Awards
presentation ceremony begin-
ning at 9 p.m. on channel 4. It's
big, it's bright, and it's prob-
ably brainless - but who cares?
Grand Illusion (C i n e m a
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7) - See
Tuesday Cinema.
Casablanca (Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, Angell Aud. A, 7, 9) -
Ingrid Bergman and, of course,
Humphrey Bogart star in this
unforgettable classic - Play
it again, Sam. ***
On a Clear Day You Can See
Forever (New World, Nat. Sci.
Aud., 7, 9:15) - Barbra Streis-
and is definitely the most in-
teresting factor in this other-
wise ridiculous musical comedy
about a psychiatrist who falls in
love with a patient's altar ego.
The music is primarily forget-
table - except perhaps for the

(Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud.,
Crowd at 7, Moulin Rouge at
9:05) - Revival Time: The
Crowd is a 1928 analysis of the
struggle of a young couple toI
survivein the Big City. Moulin
Rouge is the fourth version of
a movie which covers the bo-
hemian career of the famous
artist Toulouse- Lautrec as he
is beaten down by a cruel and
slovenly mistress. Stars Jose
Ferrer and Zsa Zsa Gabor. ****
Ark - Jay Stielstra, Michigan
country - western, $1.50
Blind Pig - Old Buck, rock,
Chances Are - Ten High,
rock - dance music, $1.00 for
students, $1.50 others
Golden Falcon - Iris Bell, all
kinds of music, no cover
Mr. Flood's Party - Pecan's
Blues Band, $.75
Pretzel Bell - R.F.D.: Boys,
bluegrass, $1.00
Suds Factory-Crossfire, rock,
Music School - Percussion
Ensemble: Rehearsal Hall, 8
Spanish Culture, Language
Films - Spanish Language
Commercials, f r o m Clio!
Awards: 126 Residential Col-
lege, 4 p.m.
American Heritage Night -;
food from Alaska: League Cafe-
teria, 5-7:15 p.m.
Group on Latin American Is-
sues - "Migrant Workers in


All the King's Men (Law African Film Series - Segre-
School, 100 Hutchins Hall, Law gation in the Schools; Portrait
Quad, 7, 9) - Broderick Craw- of the Inner-City School; Mark-
ford stars in this award-win- ed for Failure: Lecture Room
ning film which examines the 1, 8 p.m.tD"
political demise of a southern University Dancers- "Post
demigogue fashioned after the Power Potpourri: A Concert of
notorious Huey Long. **** Dances": Barbour Studio, 8:30
Showboat (Cinema Guild, p.m.
Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05) - This 1951 THE TUBE
version of the now-classic musi- Sci-fi freaks ought to tune in
cal comedy about the love af- channel 11 at 4:p.m. and groove
fair between a gambler and a on the Crack in the World,
showboat soubrette stars Kath- movie about an A-bomb explo-
ryn Grayson, Howard Keel and sion that threatens to destroy ol'
Ava Gardner. The Oscar and mother earth. At 8 p.m. on
Hammerstein music is beauti- channel 2 a TV pilot called Ros-
ful. ** enthal and Jones portrays the
Day for Night (Cinema II, An- lighthearted story of two eld-
gell Aud. A, 7, 9:15) - Truf- erly men -one Jewish and one
faut's movie-within-a-movie is black. And at 11:30 p.m., same
technically excellent. Stars the channel, Duke Wayne takes to
French director himself along the high seas as a tough ship's
with Jacqueline Bisset. **** captain in Wake of the Red
The Harrad Experiment (Me- Witch, with Gig Young and Gail
diatrics, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30, Russell.

Drug education encourages
usage among high schoolers



A R T 11EX HIBIT .Blind Pig - Silk Purse, clas-
sical, no cover
Chances Are - Lightnin',
APRIL 4, 5, 6 rock, $1.00 for students, $1.50
RECEPTION: Golden Falcon - Iris Bell, all
FRI. 8-10 P.M.-SAT.-SUN. 2-5 P.M. Ikinds of music, no cover
Co-sponsored by UAC Minority Affairs Dooley's - Ted Lucas, folk,
no cover
MOSHE R JORDAN Mr. Flood's Party - Starlight
BLACK CULTURAL LOUNGE on the Rails, country-western,
Music School - Michigan
Works by
Tickets still available at the
SUN., APRIL 6-2:30 p.m.
General Admission:
$2.50 evening--$1.50 matinee
For information: 763-3333
I TEST CENTER challenges

title song. **
Ark - Hootenanny, amateur !
nmht, $.75
APRIL 8 Blind Pig - Friends Road
CINEMA Shmw Band, jazz, $1.00
Ten Days Wonder (New Chances Are - Ten High,
World, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7, 9) - rock-dance music, $1.00 for stu-
A who-done-it based (loosely) dents. $1.50 others
on a novel by Ellery Queen Golden Falcon - Iris Bell,
starring Orson Welles, Marlene all kinds of music, no cover
Jobert and Anthony Perkins. Mr. Flood's Party - Grievous
(1972) ** Angels, country rock, $.75
Grand Illusion and Gold Dig-; Suds Factory-Crossfire, rock,
gers of '35 (Cinema Guild, Arch. $.50
Aud., Illusion at 7, Gold Dig- Music School - Varsity Band:
gers at 9:05) - Revival time: Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
Illusion is a French film, a Musical Society - Preserva-
pre-WWII (1938) look at the tion Hall Jazz: Power Center,
horror of prison camps'amidst 8 p.m.
the illusion of "glorious" war. EVENTS
** Gold Diggers was the first Lacrosse - U-M vs. Ohio
film entirely directed by the State: Tartan Turf Field, 8 p.m.
famous Busby Berkeley star- ROTC - Annual Tri-Service
ring those hordes of dancing ROTC Awards Ceremony: Rack-
beauties which made him fam- ham Lecture Hall, 8 p.m.
ous. ** THE TUBE
Satyricon (Ann Arbor Film At 11:30 a.m. on channel 24,
Co-op, Angell Aud. A, 7, 9) - The Brady Bunch features a
Fellini's portrayal of the first segment in which Peter ne-
century novel by Petronius. Oc- glects his studies for a job on
casionally intriguing and occa- the school newspaper. This
sionally gross. A must for Fel- sounds familiar. Mike Douglas
lini fans and classics majors, features Flip Wilson, singer-
but not right after dinner. **** composer Harry Chapin, and
MUSIC Future Shock author Alvin Tof-
Ark - Biff Rose, comedian- fler at 4:30 p.m. channel 2. Lat-
songwriter, $2.50. er in the evening, a made for
1 1
A Special Offer! ~ j

NEW HAVEN (P)-Drug edu- tions about their use of drugs,
cation taught early in junior including alcohol.
high school appears to encour- It showed that three per cent
age the use of marijuana and of the random sample of 7th
alcohol among those pupils, ac- graders without various types
cording to a major federally of drug education in school
sponsored study. were currently smoking mari-
But the study of 13,500 stu- juana during the 1970-71 school
dents in the New Haven area year. Two years later, at the
also indicates such courses, 11th grade level, the percentage
when taught to older pupils, had risen to 20.
tend to discourage the use of AMONG students in the same'
drugs somewhat. age group taking regular drug
THE $750,000 project, directed courses, the size of the group
by three Yale University re-. rose from two to 32 per cent
searchers and supported by Na- during the three-year period.
tional Institute ofMental Health sHowever, among 9th grade
and the National Institute of students with no drug course,
Drug Abuse grants, compared the percentage of drinkers rose
drug use among pupils in var- from six to 36 per cent dut irg
ious school levels from the 7th the three years while the ner-
grade to the 12th grade. centage of those with regular
The survey results were based 1 druig courses rose only from
on student responses to ques- eight to 27 per cent, accr'dingr

to the study.
The researchers said the re
suits do not support genera
speculation from some quarters
that drug education actually
encourages drug use in all age
"ONLY TN the case of young-
er children d- ir findings sup-
nort this notion," the report
"For children older tnan the
7th grade cohort, the results of
or study indicate that drug
education may be somewha
The study showed ',t-ikingl
si-ilar" experience between th
effect of drug education on rl
cohol and marijuana use,
cording to Rosalie Berb.
assistant professor of psy
try and director of Yale's ce
of Survey Research.

Buckley takes on politicos

(Continued from Page 1)
championed the merits of capi-
talism and the free market
place, as Ferency and Bullard
expounded on the system's evils.
Prefacing the debate withl
subtle drollery, Buckley warm-
ed the vocal audience, coaxing
support before the contest had
even begun.
One of his best received'
stories was one he told of the
late PresidenthLyndon Johnson
meeting with the now estranged
couple Elizabeth Taylor and
Richard Burton in the privacy
of his White House office. "Be-.
tween the three of us," Johnson
allegedly told the Taylors, "'we
must have screwed half the
BUCKLEY followed this jest'
with opening remarks to Bullard'
and Ferency, expounding on the
shortcomings of socialism by
highlighting the supposed lack
of freedom in China.
Buckley's remarks were chal-
lenged by Ferency who injectedi

a local political issue into she someone from Ann Arbor," h

lively debate. Raising the q'es- dryly added.
tion of the rent control charter
amendment, which will appear AFTER ASSERTING that "al
on Monday's city election bal- 1 there is in socialism is scarcity
lot, Ferency knocked the vir- and higher prices," Buckley
tues of capitalism saying, "We was refuted by Bullard who ob
have a free marketplace in served, "The free market only
housing here, but do you know! continues to produce Cadillac
what happens? Landlords began when what we need is trains."
stuffing students like sardines Buckley dismissed Bullard
into homes. reasoning, asking the audience
"It becomes a free market- "How many people here sa
place for leeches and parasites that no one should be allowe~
who don't live in this town, who to own a car? Or maybe we
have no heart in this town, buit shouldn't even permit travel,'
only milk students because they joked Buckley condescendingl
are a captive audience," as- eyeing Bullard.
serted Ferency. I Ruddy faced, and puffing
Buckley rebutted Ferency's large, acrid cigar, Buckle
argument by inquiring, "Are briefly met backstage wit]
you saying that people who live friends and members of thi
outside of Ann Arbor can't sell press following the debate, fo
their houses to people who live which he reportedly receive
in Ann Arbor? $2,250.
"I own one house in Stanford, Quickly skimming a numbe
Conn.," continued Buckley, of issues, he told the smnal
"and I would hope I could sell grouthefwould not conside
it to anyone I want. Even running for political office i
ttaneI t Fv the near future, "because I an
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