100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 25, 1973 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1973-09-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 25, 1973

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

The Daily Official Bulletin is anrI
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day preceding publication and j
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday andI
Sunday. Items appear once only.-
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For{
more information, phone 764-9270.
Tuesday, September 25,1973
DAY CALENDAR
Statistics-Human Genetics: W. Ew-'
ens, U. of Pa., "Some Statistical Prob-
lems Associated with the Neutral Allele
Theory," 4804 Med. Sci. II, noon,
Music School: Trumpet Student Re-
cital, SM Recital Hall, 12:30 pm.
Geography: S. Outealt, "Urban Struc-.
ture & Permafrost in Siberia," 4050
LSA, 1 pm.
Engineering: slide lect. on improving
efficiency in library, Transp. Lib., 3rd
fl., UGLI, 2 pm.
LSA Coffee Hour: Anthropology
Lounge, Basement, Angell Hall, 3 pm.
Computing Center: "Intro to MI-;
DAS." Aud. 3, MLB, 4 & 7:30 pm.
Physics Seminar: M. Stearns, Ford
Sc. Labs, "Why is Iron Magnetic," P-A
Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Physics: J. Schwarz, Cal. Inst. of
Tech., "wgore About Dual Models," 2038
Randall Lab, 4 pm.
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures:
Jacqueline de Romilly, College de
France, "The Pattern of History," An-
gell Hall, Aud. A, 4:10 pm.
Psych. Film Series: g'Interviews with
My Lai Veterans, Obedience," Aud. B,
Angell Hall, 7:30 p.m.
History 103 and Asian Studies 101:
S. Ray's, "The World of Apu," Aud. B,
Angell Hall, 7:30 pm.
Women's .Studies Films: Reichert's
"Growing Up. Female," Multipurpose
Rm., UGLI, 7:30 pm.
Medieval. & Renaissance Coll.: V.
Golve, U. of Va., "Image of the Prison/
Garden in Chaucer's Knight's Tale,"
Res. College Aud., 8 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
President's State of the University
Address: President Fleming will give
annual address to faculty & staff, Mon.,
Oct. 1, Rackham Lecture Hall, 8 p.m.
Reception in Mich. League Ballroom
following.

Bus. Ad. & Engrg.): REGISTRATION
MEETING, every hr. beginning 10 a.m.,
Tues., 9/25 & Wed, 9/26. UGLI Multi-
purpose Rm. Last meeting starts 5 pm.
A list of Grad Schools & Employers
planning to have reps on campus this
fall & winter has been compiled. Pick
up your copy at CPP.
Recruiting on Campus: Interviews
with Grad Schools & Employers begin
Oct. 1. The first Weekly Interview Bul-
letin will be available at CP&P 9/24.
You may sign up one week in advance
so pick up your copy early.
Recruiting on Campus: Oct. 2: Mont-
gomery Co. Adult Prob. Dept. (any be-
havioral scl.). Oct. 3: Lima State Hosp.
(B.M. & PhD in Psych), U of M -
Dearborn, Master of Mgt. Prog., Battelle
Columbus Labs - many degrees for re-
search & development for industry &
gov't., & U. S.- Navy for officer candi-
dates. Oct. 4: U. S. Navy & Oct. 5 U. S.
Air Force. Action/Peace Corps/Vista
will be on campus Oct. 1-5 at Intern's
Ctr., Rec. Rm.
Federal Service Entrance Exams giv-
en monthly, Oct. thru July. Tests will
be given Sat., Oct. 6 & Thurs., Oct. 11.
V.

Daily Photo by DAVID MARGOLICK
AN ANN ARBOR policeman conscientiously ignores an illegally blossoming tuba belonging to the Stan-"
ford marching band.
Daly reporter ons Stanford
andranks at halftime show
(Continued from Page 1) ' the stadium benches clad in vests, our pre-game routine."
took ROTC in high school and it "Dump Michigan" buttons, crazy THE 84 MEMBERS of the band
wasn't that regimented." (A Stan- hats and sahara-type headdresses. had spent an average of 50 hours
ford T-shirt read, "Free the Mich- Surrounded by their op-art painted driving to Michigan to musically
igan 235.") instruments, they offered a run- and morally support their team.
Despite a difference in philoso- ning commentary on the lopsided Despite Stanford's overwhelming
phy between the two bands, the game being played. loss, the band was not disap-
Stanford band members still held 'Is this still the first quarter?" pointed.
high respect for Michigan's mili- asked an anguished Stanfordian. Likewise, the 50 Stanford sports
tary precision. 'Is this reality?," answered an- fans who flew from California re-
"For their kind of band they're other. fused to be depressed by the
the best," said Steve Burgert. "For
our kind of band we're as good as "ALL WE HAVE to do is score score. "You have a fast, well-
can be expected." a field goal-or two or three," re- disciplined team," admitted one.
BUT WHATEVER the Stanford assured a flute player. "Then the "But I hate the sterile look of
band lacks in foot-flashing syn- score would be 40-3." the band," he continued. "We pre-
chronization, they -'make up for "We should have played the fer 1973 to 1810." (The band mem-
in their slightly insane individual- game and let the team play in the, bers agree that Michigan's style
ity. band," suggested a tuba player. is outdated for them. They refer-
While watching their team get His neighbor disagreed. "They red to Michigan's band leader as
trounced 47-10, they sprawled on never would have made it through "Cadaver.")

STARTS TOMORROW
WOODY ALLEN'S
3 GREATEST HITS
TAKE THE MONEY
AND RUN
7 p.m.
PLAY IT AGAIN SAM
8:30
BANANAS
10 p.m.
LAST DAY
LAST TANGO IN PARIS
7 & 9:15
Free Admission to Tango with
each paid admission and copy
of this ad

CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB, 76-7460, 1
Seniors & Grad Students (except

t4

104 Washers & Dryers
NO WAITING
4 L B. MINI-LOAD DRY CLEANING
Mr. Stadium Coin Laundry
1958 South Industrial Hwy.
Near.E: Stadium & State Street
Put on your purple satin bowling shirt
and JOIN A LEAGUE at the Union.
SIGN UP T O D A Y at the UNION
BOWLING LANES. . . If you can find
them.

Fleming defends tuition
'residency rules at U'

Stanford fans didn't seem to
think 4,000 miles was a long way
to come for such a decisive defeat.
"We've enjoyed it here," said
a red-feathered fan. "But the peo-
ple seem so straight. There's no
fun in their life."
Stanford band members passed

(Continued from Page 1),
claimed that students did not have ;
time to think about returning in
light of the higher fees.
Fleming was asked what would
happen if the increase brings in
more revenue than the budget
deems necessary?
He said the University could drop
the $10 per student recreational
building fee but did not elaborate
further.
During the show, Fleming elabo-
rated on how the new subjective
residency requirements are a dif-
ficult administrative process.
He further expressed hopes that
"out of our experiences,hthere will
evolvea definiteucriterion fornresi-
dency evaluation."
BUT WHEN. questioned immedi-

ately after the show about what a lighted joint around like a Mich-
students should do if they are de- igan football, presumably to help
nied residency in the next month, them with the high notes.
Flemning answered, "they will just "REALITY," philosophized Mon-
have to assume they did not meet ty Bossard, "is 84 fools who drive
the criterion." 4,000 miles for an eight minute
halftime."

A there's
thru
Classified

w

THE NEW YORK TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
Film Festival: A Gem From Truffaut

.

* Prescriptions
* Patent Medicines
he a0 Cosmetics
M Liquor & Wine
111 2 South University
,C Ann Arbor, Michigan
313/663-5533

APOTHECARY

-DEALS!

------------------------------

COUPON E
BARNES HINDS I
Wetting Solution 1
1.29
expires 9/29/73
-.--- - -.- - - - - - - - - -
COUPON
4 OZ. BARNES HIND
Cleaning & Soakingt
Solution
1.53,
expires 9/29/73
-------------------I
COUPON I
'71-1 7 PEfR NnX I

COUPON
10's Contact
Cold Capsules
r9
expires /9/73

By VINCENT CANBY
Fancois Truffaut's "Two Eng-
lish Girls" is a film' of such
beautiful, charming and comic
discretion that it isn't until the
end that one realizes it's also
immensely sad and even brutal,
though in the nonbrutalizing
way that truth can sometimes
be.
The film was shown last night
at the New York Film Festival
at Alice Tully Hall and opens its
commercial engagement Sunday
at the Fine Arts Theater, where,
I trust, it will remain through
Thanksgiving, Christmas and be-
yond.
The source, material is "Les
Deux Anglaises et Le Continent,"
the second novel by H enri-Pierre
Roche, who didn't get around to
writing his first until he was
74. That was "Jules et Jim,"
which Truffaut adapted into his
finest film in 1961.
A bit too much will probably
be made of the fact that "Two
English Girls" reverses the cen-
tral situation of "Jules and
Jim," in which the two heroes
spend their lives being turned
on and off by the liberated
Catherine.
The new film, like the earlier
one, is set largely in an unde-
fined past-that is, sometime in
pre-Worid War I, Paris, though
the exact time is left fuzzy, as
times usually are in fables. In-
stead of two young men, the
victims (who are in great meas-
ure the mistresses of their fates)
are two proper English girls, sis-
ters, who share a profound at-
tachment for the same young
Frenchman.
In many ways, however, "Two
English Girls" is more closely
linked to such later (and dis-
similar) Truffaut films as "The
Soft S k i n," "Mississippi Mer-
maid" and "Stolen Kisses," each
a variation on the conflict be-
tween a love that is obsessive
(sometimes called pure) and a
mortal one that is always aware

THE CAST
TWO ENGLISH GIRLS (LES
DEUX ANGLAISES ET LE
CONTINENT), directed by
Francois Truffaut;dscreenplay
in French (with English sub-
titles) and English by Mr.
Truffaut and Jean Gruault,
based on the novel by Henri-
Pierre Roche; music, Georges
Delerue; director of photog-
raphy, Nestor Almendros; pro-
duceq by Claude Miler; a Films
du Carosse-Cinetel production,
released by Janus Films. Run-
ning time: 108 minutes. Shown
last night at the New York
Film Festival at Alice Tully
Hall; opens Sunday at the Fine
Arts Theater, 58th Street near
Lexington Avenue.. This film
,has not been classified.
Claude Roc .. Jean-Pierre Leaud
Anne Brown .... Kika Markham
Mrs. Brown .... Sylvia Marriott
Mme. Roc....... Marie Mansart
Diurka......... Philippe Leofard
Ruta ................Irene Tunc
Mr. Flint ........ Mark Peterson
The Palmist .... David Markham

.r:"v ..
a film in color by Francois Truffaut
AREA PR EMIERE! Auditorium "A", Angell Hall
Monday, Sept. 24 through Sunday, Sept. 30
Evenings 7 & 9 p.m.-Admission $1.50
Weekend Matinees 1 & 3 p.m.-Admission $1.00
ANN ARBOR FILM COOPERATIVE / CINEMA 1I

COUPON
100 Vitamin C
50Q MILLIGRAMS
1.29
expires 9/29/73
COUPON
Neutrogena Soap.
for 1.17
expires 9/29/73

manages to look like both Queen
Elizabeth and C a t h e r in e De-
neuve, behaves like a princess in
a fairy tale. She hides behind
dark glasses, as if she had suf-
fered a wicked enchantment, and
says such things as "I want all
of Claude or nothing. If it's no,
let it be like' death."
The film Covers seven years in
the lives of the curious trio,
much of it as if the film were
the daily j o u r n a l that was
Roche's favorite literary form.
The s c e n e s are sometimes so
short they are almost subliminal,
with the voice of the narrator
(Truffaut) often supplying a
text. Purists, I expect, will again
object to this tampering with
the accepted relationship be-
tween image, which the purists
think is paramount, and word,
which has always been thought
to be a lessee tool in cinema.
'rhe effect, nevertheless, is
lovely, and even appropriate,
since fables begin with spoken
wordg. The performances are
fine. Leaud may well be - as
Truffaut calls him-the greatest
French actor of his generation.
At least I think that explains
why he seemed so off-putting-
w h i c h he was supposed to-in
"Bed and Board" and here, as
the earnestly free-loving rake, so
appealing.
The film is filled with wonder-
f, +ings. b T npeia11v .-

L LTGA.. F ~i~'v.f\
1.57
expires 9/29/73
.---- -------- - - -
COUPON
w--e* in. %I

COUPON
89c Cotton b®ls

occupied by not only the ex-
tremely complicated moral bar-
riers to love, but also by the
physical impediments.
T~ nn nth.r.fim ht- haymae

I

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan