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Friday, April 20, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

TH-MCIGNDAL PgINn

and WCBN Present
YEAR END
SOCKSHOP
TONIGHT 8:30 P.M.
Union Ballroom
FREE ADMISSION
WITH
Jimmy and the Javelins
Chastity and the Belts
"Kiss the Year Goodbye"

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TONIGHT
World Premiere
engagement of
Best of 2nd Annual
N.Y. Erotic
Film Festival
complete 90-minute
program
7:00-8:00-9:00-10:00
Modern Lang. Auds.
$1.50 cont. Friends of Newsreel

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" Seasonal rates
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" Foreign & American students
" Community discussions,
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7:3 (Continued from Page 2)
7:30 2 Baseball
4 Hollywood Squares
7 Wait Till Your Father Gets
Home
9 Lassie
56 Wall Street Week
50 Hogan's Heroes
8:00 4 Sanford and Son
7 Brady Bunch
9 Meeting Point
56 Washington Week in Review
50 Dragnet
8:30 4 Little People
7 Partridge Family
50 Merv Griffin
56 Off the Record
9:00 4 Circle of Fear
7 Room 222
9 News
56 Turning Points
9:30 7 Odd Couple
9 Sports Scene
56 Your Car and Clean Air
10:00 2 Here's Lucy
4 hobby Darin
7 Love, American Style
9 Tommy Hunter
50 Perry Mason
56 Toy That Grew Up
"Hills of Kentucky" (1927)
10:30 2 Doris'Day
11:00 2 47 News
9 CBC News
50 One Step Beyond
11:30 2 Movie
4 Johnny Carson
7 Dick Cavett

9 News
50 Movie
"Target Zero" (1955)
12:00 9 Movie
"Blood and Black Lace"
(Italian 1964)
1:00 4 Midnight Special
7 Movie
1:30 2Movie
"Jungle Woman" (1944)
9 Wrestling
2:30 4 News
3:00 2 TV High School
7New~s
3:30 2 News
cable tv
3:30 Pixanne
4:00 Today's Woman
4:30 Something Else (Rock)
5:00 Stratosphere Playhouse
5:30 Local News and Events
6:00 Model Cities
6:30 NCAA Sports
7:00 Community Dialogue
wAcbn
9:00 Morning After Show
12:00 Progressive Rock
4:00 Folk
7:30 Oldies
8:30 Sock hop live from Union
Ballroom
1:00 a.m. Sat. to 3 a.m. Sun.:
Oldies weekend
3:00 a.m. Sun. Sign-off for summer

LISTINGS CONTINUED

Cinema Weekend

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Now Open Fri. & Sat. Until 2:00 A.M. .
Serving Steak Dinners, Cocktails, Pitcher Beer
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(Continued from Page 3)
(in some circles) distinguiished
career as a filmmaker. B'mulel
seems to be having fun with hisF
characters and his style. There
is none of the anger or deri-
sion which marked his earlier
films like Las Hondas, Viridiana,
Los Olvidados. Instead he has
made a light, mildly humorous
movie about upper class folly..
It is a film easy to enjoy, though
it is not the raucous comedy
many have made it out to be.
-DAVID GRUBER
Brother Sun,
Sister Moon
Fifth Forum
Brother Sun, Sister Moon pur-
ports to be the story of the life
of St. Francis of Assissi. I was
not aware that St. Francis was
sjich a simp. In this movie -e
does little more than look serene-
ly into the heavens, walk or run
through sunny Italian meadows,
or give brief sermonettes on the
necessity to return to the "sim-
pie life." Nice to look at, boring
to listen' to.
-WILLIAM MITCHELL
Class of '44
State
I never saw The Summer of
'42 (mostly out of self defense
from its advertising bombard-
ient), but if it was anything like
Class of '44 f I guess I didn t
miss much. This one tells the fur-
ther adventures of Hermie, Oscy,
and Benjy as they graduate fro
high school into the Real World
-:for Hermie and Oscy this
means .college, for Benjy t h e
Marines. And this real world has

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