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Sunday, March 27, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rags Five

Sunday, March 27, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

Elliott Gould mugs for Rackham

(Continued from Page 1) plhmged in after him, totally
saying, "You put your life into involved in the fictitious attempt
what you do 'In motion pictures, to "rescue" his co-star, who was
you have a script, and a charac- played by a dummy in a white
ter that's drawn there for youshirt. I didn't even think of
tertha's raw thre or ou.using a double," Gould said,
a vehicle in which you put your gsingthouh, he ld sad
life." even though, he added, he had'
ILLUMINATING the point, a long-time fear of water de-
Gould related an experiene veloped as a youth at Coney
during the filming of The Long Whe. t
Goodbye, which was screened Where there are highs there
last night. Gould recalled that mulst be lows, and Gould'sin-.j
las nih. G ud rcle ht terest was piqued by a stu-
during the course of the filming dent who described him as "a
he had spoken at great length good actor who's been in some
to Hollywood veteran Sterling bad films."
Hayden. GOULD QUIPPED about some
Hayden played a boozy nove- of his most forgettable films,
list who stumbles into the high calling Whiffs "a piece of shit,"
tide at Malibu Beach. Gould and describing his role in the

unreleased

The Confession,

whose title he said has been'
changed to Hurry, Let's Get'
Married, as a heavy breathing
deaf-mute.
After suffering to recount .his
insufferable films Gould praised
Altman's filmmaking, saying iti
"brought life to the imagina-
tion," as opposed to creatingl
glamorous Academy Award'
nominees.
Gould, a polished improvisa-
tionist on film and in public,
further complimented Altman--
who is slated to produce Gould's'
directorial debut - by saying.
Altman allowed him "space"
as an actor. That "space" led
to performances which caughtj

the eye of legendary Swedish AS IF TO PROVE IT, through-
director Ingmar Bergman. out the serious discussions of
GOULD IS BEST KNOWN for film acting and Robert AltmanE
outrageous tour-de-force come- Gould mugged and rolled his
dies, but last night said "Berg- wide eyes, and with a series
man considered me a tragic fig-: of expansive gestures acknowl-
ure." edged applause and bursts of
"But I can't accept tragedy," laughing with the timing of a'
he added, "because it is a dra- New York stand-up comedian.
matic ending, and life is eter- Grilling people who were on the
nal. I'm sure the first ameoba' way out, he insisted that one!
that we evolved from didn't con- woman approach an audience
sider itself tragic." microphone and say goodbye to
But a strain of seriousness, him.
which surfaced in Gouldisms "I'm sorry, I have to leave,"j
such as "everyone is an ac- she said, "Goodbye."
tor" permeated his peppery, "I'm not sorry," Gould wise-
axiom-ridden speech. "I want- cracked, as she headed for the
ed .to be as funny as possible, door, and shortly thereafter
because life can't be a tragedy," launched into song and a mod-
he explained. est farewell.
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U TRIES TO HELP SENIORS:
MSA considers CRISP
(Continued from Page 1) ' The survey, to be distributed graduate students randomly;
the Vice President for Academ- at MSA elections April 4, 5. and throughout the registration per-
ic Affairs. 6 and throughout April regis-ra- iod.
"Beyond that, the Student tipn, requests students to rank' Allow each' school or college
Counseling Office will continue five alternative appointment to specify the order in which its'
to help those with individual systems in their order of prefer- s y
problems. We are going to bend' ence or say they don't care whatstudentiesigned res,
tration times. (This could result,
over backwards to help people," system is used. for example, in seniors register-
he added. igfrti nteadacm
No specific steps have been THE FIVE alternatives are: in fitey r another n aecon-,
made to help seniors aside from * DO not give priority to any- other.)
the letter to departments, but one. Assign times randomly
Zimmerman anticipates few within eight alphabetic groups. Other -students may speci~
problems for them. (This is the system to be usedi fy an alternative plan of their
in April; if continued, the orderon
"I DOUBT that seniors will of alphabetic groups would be' Some students will likely com-
get closed out of courses they rotated each term so that each plete the survey both at MSA
especially need or .want." he group would be first once in: elections and at CRISP, but
said. "They may get undesired eight terms.) there will be a place on the
hours, but I don't honestly be- ! Randomly assign seniors to form for students to indicate
lieve they're going to get shut the earliest times. Then com- this.
out any more than they have in bine juniors, sophomores, and "Where students come out on;
the past." freshmen into a single group this issue is really prime con-
While plans are being made to and assign them times, also on cern, especially if we have a
avoid problems during imple- a randombasis. Assign graduate few options that are all admin-
mentation of the system ;his students randomly throughout istratively comfortable we will
term, MSA and the University!the registration period, go by what the students want,"
are jointly sponsoring a student ! Randomly assign all seniors Zimmerman said.
survey to aid in the develop- to the earliest times, juniors to
ment of a more permanent the next earliest, then sopho- j
method to begin next term. mores, then freshmen. Assign

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THEATRE PROGRAM
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April 17
2 :00pm

Workshop focuses
on battered wives

KICAAKU
WILT
Recent Works

Don't Forget!
WILLIAM WINDOM
in
Thyrber II
April 18, 8=O m.

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MARCH

1-31

(Continued from Page 1)
refuge where they often have;
to sleep on mattresses. on the
floor. Later, the women can as-j
sist in the domestic operations'
of the house.

gether and talk. At one of these
meetings, a woman revealed to
the group bruises she had re-
ceived from her husband - and
from there the idea grew.

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PIZZEY QUALIFIES her en-
EVENTUALLY, the women ad- ergies in this area saying:
vance to the second stage-mov- Eighteen years of unhappy3
ing into smaller houses where childhood is a Ph.D. in suffer-
they are prepared for the transi- ing"
tion back into the general com- Centers similar to Chiswick?
munity. have been founded in Germany,:
Some of the women return Belgium and Holland. There are;
home after ;only a short stay. also similar centers in the U.S.,!
"They want to check for them- including one in Minneapolis'
selves" explained Rose. "They that Rose referred to as the'
have to make sure; they often' best.
remember the good and the bad In Ann Arbor, the Assault Cri-
sort of fades." Others choose to! sis Center provides places in'
continue this lifestyle, they stay homes for battered women for
on and help other women who a short period of time. The Na.
come in. 'tional Orgaiiization for Women
In. 1971, the Women's Aid move- (NOW) Domestic Violence Pro-
ment began when Pizzey held { ject is working to educate the
meetings for women to get' to- public on violence in the family.

GLOBAL REACH: The Power of Multinational Corporations
MICHAEL MOFFITT, principal research assistant on the Barnet/Muller book, has lectured
widely on the subject of multinational corporations, world hunger, economic development and
CHILE. He was an associate of the late ORLANDO LETELIER, former Ambassador of Chile
to the U.S. and with Letelier, is co-author of The International Economic Order (Transnational
Institute, 1977).
THURSDAY, MAR. 31-12 noon
BUSINESS SCHOOL, Room 131
Multinational Corporations in Latin America
A DISCUSSION
THURSDAY, MAR. 31-7:30 p.m.
MULTIPURPOSE ROOM-Undergrad. Library
Global Reach-U.S. Corporations/Chilean
Dictatorships / Assassinations
-BOTH EVENTS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC-
Office of Ethics and Reliqion, 3204 Michigan Union/764-7442

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UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES:
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