events and entertainment
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never have been on Dinah!, but he still,
qualified as some kind of super-star.
This is probably his best film. Un-
South Africa Teach-in - "Last Grave
at Dimbaza" documentary film. 5:00,
Rackham Amphitheatre. "End of the
Dialogue" documentary film. 8:00,
Maya Deren Night (Old A & D, 7:00
and 9:05) A showing of experimental
films by Maya Deren. Be careful. Bona-
parte and the Revolution (Angell Aud
A, 7:30 only) The director, Abel Gance,
worked on this epic for half a century,
and it is a stunning, brilliantly inno-
vative cinematic achievement. The
film is four hours long, and every min-,
ute is worth it. ****
South Africa Teach-in - "Pan-Afri-
can and Global Implications of South
African Liberation," panel discussion.
5:00, MLB Aud 3. "Investments and the
politics of Black Consciousness in South
Africa Lecture. 8:00, Rackham Am-
The Wild Bunch (Angell Aud A, 7:00
only) Sam Peckinpah directed this
tremendously controversial western.
Definitely should be seen by all. ***%
Porcile (Pig Pen) (Angell Aud A, 9:30
only) A pretentious parable, directed
by Pier Paolo Pasolini. Bunuel without
Bicycle Thief (Old A & D, 7:00 and
9:05) A classic neo-realist drama, this
early Vittorio De Sica film tells the
story of a simple man's search for his
lost bicycle. Tragically beautiful, at
times almost unbearably moving. ****
South Africa Teach-in - Evolution of
U.S. Policy on Southern Africa,"' lec-
ture. 5:00, Rackham Ampitheatre. "A
Lutta Continua" and "O Polo Organiza-
do" films. 8:00, Rackham Ampitheatre
Second Chance - Shimmer, plays
Top 40 rock, disco funk, and big band
jazz tonight through Sunday. On Mon-
day, blues guitarist Luther Allison will
perform in the electric Chicago blues
idiom. Peter "Madcat" Ruth and his
group, Pressure Cooker, will continue
the blues and R&B Tuesday. It's back to
the rock on roll with Foxx on Wednes-
day through next weekend. Cover
charge varies throughout the week.
Abigail's - Salem Witchcraft, a band
whose reputation sometimes overshad-
ows their musical ability, plays on Fri-
day and Saturday. Catch them on a
good night and they'll have you dancing
until last call. Cover charge is $2.00.
Roadhouse - Rock and roll with the
Lynn County Band this weekend. On
Wednesday, the original "Boogie Man"
himself, Catfish Hodge, begins a gig
through Friday. The $2.00 cover charge
on the weekend is reduced along with
the drink prices during the week.
Blind Pig - The bawdy old man of
the blues Roosevelt Sykes brings his
New Orleans honky tonk piano in to-
night and Saturday. Club regular Boog-
ie Woogie Red plays the blues on Mon-
day. On Thursday, The Prismatic Band
plays jazz rock fusion. Cover charge is
Mr. Flood's Party - The Red Moun-
tain String Band plays bluegrass music
this weekend. On Thursday, the country
and western boys of the Tillson-Pierson
Band return. Cover charge is $1.50.
The Ark - Singers Mary McClaslin
and Jim Ringer perform western, coun-
try and original songs Friday and Sat-
urday. On Sunday, Robin Williamson
and his Merry Band will play string
band music. Admission is $3.00.
Blue Frogge - Disco down and check
out the show every night except Sun-
day. Monday through Wednesday,
cover charge is $1.00. Thursday through
Saturday the admission is $1.00 for
students and $2.00 for everyone else:
Zelda's - Disco and other danceable
music by Nymbus this weekend. Tues-
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This week's Happenings were
compiled by Owen Geiberman
(films), Keith Tosolt (niteries) and'
Lani Jordan (events and fine arts.
)VEMBER 6 th
in Schuler's Marriott
3600 Plymouth Rd.
Ann Arbor, Mich.