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Saturday, September 18, 1976


Page Three



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events and entertainment
week of Sept. 18-Sept. 24

HAPPENINGS film reviews tion. Cuckoo's Nest is technic- chic believer Christie doesn't
are written by Christopher POt- ally superb and splendidly act- possess such powers herself,
ter. ed, but Forman's consistent in- while Sutherland, a total non-
sensitivity toward his material believer, is a true clairvoyant
wegk and characters (an element pre- - a gift which leads eventually
sent to some degree in all this to disaster. There is much to
director's work) transforms a admire in this film; Roeg's
COMMERCIAL CINEMA potentially brilliant film into a camera creeps through the de-
competent but basically depres- cayed buildings and fetid wat-
ohe - (The Movies Briar- sing exercise. *** ers of Venice like a phantom,
orse - (Th ModiesqBriar- Tunnel Vision - (Fox Vil- creating a sense of menace and
wood) -- An updated sequel tolag)relapochdi
Richard Harris's gory 1970 Wes- lage) - A satirical look at a unease rarely approached in
tern about an English lord who, typical day's TV fare some cnema. But Roeg seems all too
dtwenty years into the future. Un- often to fall i love with his
fledged member of a Sioux In- previewed at this time. own virtuosity; time and again
dian tribe. Rated PG, but prob- The Great Scout and Cat- he projects scenes and images'
diantrie. ate PGbutpro- !stunning in their virtuosity, but
ably not for the faint of heart. house Thursday - (State) - sthingoittletrva estyb
Futureworld - (The Movies, Something to do with frontier which do little to advance the
Briarwood)-The dubious ritual scouts and dissolute Indians, lovemaking interlude between
of sequelizing a successful orig- purportedly in the Cat Ballow themtwo str ud been
inal runs aground once again: trend, and rated PG, this film-- the two stars has been hailed
in this mortally lamebrained as yet unseen by Daily review- as perhaps the most beautiful-
follow-up to Michael Crichton's ers .- stars Lee Marvin, Oliver ly erotic sequence ever created
1973 Westworld. Once again the Reed and Robert Culp among ir a major film, but ss almost
pohadod-jme i-others. irrelevant in and of itself to the
posh android - jammed mil- othrs.picture's whole). The viewer
lionaire's resort is open for The Lost Honor of Katharina should regard this meandering,
business, expanded and updated, Blum - (Campus) - A..Roger slightly schizophrenic film with
to include afuturistic funland Corman production based on a good deal of patienceg for all
for its bigwig clients. (The the novel by Heinrich Boll and its de t f Dn't ook
fact that some fifty of its cus- starring Angela Winkler. Just Now remains a fascinating ear-
tomers were murdered the opening. lv product of a man who may
first time around seems to have { well emerge as the most imnort-
had no monetary or legal ef- ant director of the next couple
fects on its operations). Enter srof decades.***
a pair of investigative jour-
nalists (Peter Fonda and Blythe CINEMA High Plains Drifter - (Couz-
Danner) suspicious that proce- The Exorcist - (Mediatrics, ens Film Co-op, Couzens Aud.,
dures' at the multi-millioned Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 & 9) - The 9 & 10) - Clint Eastwood di-
playground still may not be on recent re-release of the famous rected and starred in this West-
the up and up. For all its horror thriller provides an op- ern tale of a loner's elaborate
strains on credibility, West- portunity for an objective re- plan to gain revenge on an en-
world utilized its robots - turn- examination of a film that was tire town. The standard getting-
ing - on - their - inventors submerged in freak-show hoop- even theme of the Eastwood -
theme with considerable charm la during its initial run two Charles Bronson - Joe Don Bak-
and effect, cemented by a solid years ago. Viewed minus the er school is employed here with
sense of pace and suspense. In trappings of the giggling, the usual results, displaying in
contrast, Futureworld's resi- screaming audiences of that the process some unexpectedly
dent menace is an all - too - time, The Exorcist seems a rel- solid filmmaking competence by
human mad scientist type driv- atively superior film for the director Eastwood. The pic-
en by an all - too - typical con- horror genre, but one that ture's surprise ending works
quer - the - world scheme - an falls considerably short of great- well and rather memorably. ***
already grade-B cliche render- ness on the general spectrum. Spellbound - (Ann Arbor
ed even more intolerable by a Director William Friedkin's de- Film Co-op, MLB 4, 7 only) -
directorial style that contains cision to film the Blatty novel This is a film traditionally,
no excitement and a plot that in a realistic mode without the scorned by students of Alfred'
contains even less sense. Fu- usual chain - rattling scare- Hitchcock, although it's rather
tureworld has perhaps more film cliches seems sound in difficult to understand why:
loose ends in it than in any theory but proves out of kil- Spellbound seems to me one of
other film I've ever seen. Peter ter with the finished product. the director's wildest flights of
Fonda delivers his usual man- Blatty's horrifics seem fright- imagination and technique. A
nequin's performance as the ening when left to the imagina- man posing as a murdered psy-
male half of the reporting team, tion, but when transposed liter- chiatrist.(Gregory Peck) is ac-
but Blythe Danner once again ally to the screen, the roaring tually an amnesiac brain - wash-
shows signs that she could be obscenties, green vomit and ed by a mysterious. As the film
the natural successor to Jean iother shock effects serve to de- expands, analyst and lover In-
Arthur and Judy Holliday and tract from. rather than add to grid Bergman struggles desper-
the movies' next FunnyLady - the sus-". The film cries ately to uncover the secret of
if she'd ever get some funny out for th,, shadowy, phantas- Peck's identity before he gets
material to work with. BOMB. magoric style of a Polanski or the murder rap pinned on him-
The Tenant - (Michigan) - a Scorcese; given the risky self. Hitchcock's much - de-
Roman Polanski has cast him- aesthetic nature of the story, bunked collaboration with artist
self in the lead of this horror Friedkin's visual graphics just Salvadore Dali is actually quite
tale of a meek apartment dwell- don't meet the requirements of I effective - the dream sequen-
er gradually enveloped by the invention or taste needed to ces exploring Peck's psychosis
ghost its former inhabitant. Po- make The Exorcist a film clas- represents a memorable and
lanski's first film since China- sic. * creative meeting of two masters
town, and the recipient thus far Don't Look Now - (Cinema of inner terror. This is a sus-
of very mixed reviews. New at II, Ang. Aud. A, 7 & 9) - In venseful, lightning - paced film,
the Michigan. contrast to the blunt grotesque- heightened by Miklos Rozsa's
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's ness of The Exorcist, Nicolas fine musical score in the Ber-
Nest -- (Fifth Forum) - The Roeg's horror thriller of the nard Herrman tradition. ****

really one of his best it's cer-
tainly one of his most acces-
sible. Grant contributes greatly
to this, playing as likeable a
character as any he created in
a film.
Swept Away-( Cinema Guild,:
Arch. Aud. 7 & 9:05) - Lenaj
Wertmuller's Class - sex war-
fare film involving a right -wing
female aristocrat and a Com-
munist sailor who express their
mutual loathing for each other
during a Mediterranean cruise,
then shortly afterward find
themselves stranded on an un-
inhabited island. Seizing the iso-
lation, the sailor rapes and
beats his blonde companion
into total subservience, venting
his political and macho rages
into a kind of symbolic revenge
for the proletarian male in gen-
eral. To this point, Swept Away
seems an exceptionally dis-
tasteful exercise in masculine'
brutality, but the film suddenly
reverses gears and settles into
a gentle love story so beautiful-
lv lyric that it tends to dis-
solve even the memory of the
preceding unpleasantness. While
Swept Away could be interpret-
ed as saying rape and beatings
lead to domestic bliss, Wert-
muller's disjointed creation
seems artistically above all1
that - as if her poetic instincts
finally triumphed over her poli-
tics. This is an imperfect but
in many ways unique film, con-
taining as haunting a tragi-
comic finale as you're ever
likely to see. *


too vehemently, at least in com- their maternity has had upon onist is killed off a third of the
S u n daparison with some of the direc- them. Bergman made the pic- way through the film and every-
tor's other efforts; at least ture during the same period as thing that follows is essentially
CINEMA things happen in Zabriskie, The Seventh Seal, Wild Straw- an anti-climax. No one could
Ugetsu -- (Cinema Guild which is more than can be said berries and others, and though get away with it but Hitchcock,
Arch.Aud., 7 & 9:05) -- Japa' for the vacant stares of L'Aven- highly praised by the critics, but does he ever do it! Never
nese film directed by Kenji turra and the endless smoke- Brink of Life has received prac- mind the structural flaws and
nesgfim diecstacks of Red Desert. Antonio- tically no public attention at the all-too-glib psychiatric wrap-
Mozoguchi. ni's use of the camera is al- all. Now's the chance to see up at the end; Psycho stands
Fata Morgana - Cinema II, ways fascinating even in the a significant missing link in with 2001 and a very few oth-
Ang. Aud. A, 7 & 9:30) - An worst of times, and in this case the Bergman repertoire, a ers as one of the most com-
expressionist excursion by Ger- he creates some arresting and chance you're not likely to get pletely distinctive films ever
man director Werner Herzog, original images - such as the again soon. made, unlike anything seen be-
who has gained note as an up- remarkable slow-motion explo- BARS fore or since. ****
and - coming filmmaker in a sion at the film's end. I think Ark-Hoot Nite, 9 p.m., $2.50. Le Boucher - (Ann Arbor
country noted for its almost to- we should be a little generous Blind Pig - Benson and Dral- Film Co-op, MLB 3, 8:45 only)
tal lack of them during the to Michelangelo this time around les Quartet, jazz, 9:30, $1. - A little-seen but critically ac-
course of the last forty years. -- Zabriskie may be pure bull- Blue Frogge - Disco, 9, no claimed suspense film about a
Closely Watched Trains -- shit, but man, what a wild way cover. psychotic ex-serviceman who
(Ann Arbor Film Co-op, MLB to crash. ** Casa Nova - Sequoia, 9-1, terrorizes a small French town.
4, 7 & 10:30) - An absolutely Les Enfants Terrible - (Ann country/western, no cover. Unseen by this writer, but
exquisite tragi - comedy of a Arbor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud. Second Chance - Luther Ali- sounds like an appropriate dou-
Czech teenager's coming of age A, 7 only) - A much-revered son, blue, 9 p.m., $2-2.50. ble billing with Psycho.
during the Nazi occupation. A film by Jean Cocteau which, I Kiute - (Cinema Guild, Arch
gentle, joyous and incredibly must confess, I know absolute- t Aud., 7 & 905) - Fright night
delicate film encompassing all ly nothing about. Judging from , urs&9 continues with a showing of
that was best in the wonderous, its clippings, probably worth a THURSDAY Alan Pakula's film of a New
terribly brief flowering of the looksee. CINEMA York call girl stalked by a psy-
Czech Cinema during the six- The Milky Way - (Ann Arbor The Seventh Seal.- (Cinema chotic killer. The movie is
ties - a movement so mercur- Film Co-op, Ang. Aud. A 9 only) Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05) -,graced by splendidly scarey di-
ial, yet so humane in character - A surreal excursion by Luis A small group of travelers in rection by Pakula and Jane
that its works will live long 12th-century Sweden struggles Fonda's famous portrayal of the
after the tromping boots of the dstwopilgrims through various to escape the symbolic figure troubled.prostitute, but is drag-
landsrand times, the structure of Death during the ravages of ged down somewhat by a too-
forgotten. *** serving as a framework for the the Black Plague. One of the early disclosure of the murder-
Intimate Lighiting -Ann Ar- directors unrelenting savages most significant films ever er's identity and a torpid er-
gagainst the Catholic Church. In- ad- B
bor Film Co-op, MLB 4, 8:45 agaittetholic burch. made; Ingmar Bergman's mas- formance by Donald Sutherland
only) - A film that linger on termittently funny, but so utter- terwork essentially defined the as a private detective of the
ly single-minded that I would term "art film," and paved thetilnaeWllwrhseg
a weekend reunion of two old think it would be impossible war accetane o pe title name. Well worth seeing
musician friends, and the dif- r yaEforzaccepneofthis pernonetheless. *
ferent life styles they have ac- foanyC other thana o- soghiz t themati form Seven Beauties - (Cinema II,
pean Catholic (current or lap- throughout the worlds and espe-An.udA,7&9 -Te
quired. A little slow-moving, sed) to fully appreciate it. ** cially the United States. The Ang. Aud. p7ie 9)o LThe
but filled with the low-key love King of Hearts - (Ann Arbor Seventh Seal has inspired so Ann Arbor premiere of Lena
of life so typical of Czech films. Film Co-op, MLB 3, 7 & 9) - many imitations (and, in some ertruller s wildly t praised
A long-distance shot of the two All has already been said, other cases, parodies) that some of geureka fi alabout the strug-
old pals, tottering tipsily along than a reminder to all incoming its images may seem a little arlo Gianinni) to survive the
a road, instruments in hand and freshmen that they are required overripe now, but the film is life-and-deth pitfalls of World
looking for all the world like to see the film if they wish still tremendously powerful War II. Unseen in these arts
minstrels of another age, re- to remain in the good graces stuff. **** but quite possibly the cinema
mains one of the most stunning of our fair community. Macbeth and Falstaff - (Ann highlight of a profusely-stocked
visuals I have ever seen in a BARS Arbor Film Co-op, Macbeth at movie week.
film. Blue Frogge - Disco, 9 p.m., 7 only, Falstaff at 9 only) - EVENTS
EVENS $ afer p.ii.. Apair of Orson Welles Shake-1
n eElck NTHandNTeGolden Falcon - Rout, jazz, A parr of Orsonsele a-_ A Little Night Music - By
Fiv onth BlckHan Sde ere ntrA retXLatons se Ja-

Shampoo - (Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, MLB 3, 7 & 9) - Warren
Beatty's savage, supposedly
autobiographical study of a
quintessential stud bathed in the
eternal youth of Southern Cali-
fornia in the late 1960's. Grac-
ed with scintillating perform-
ances, Shampoo remains a fun-
ny and biting film until it sud-
denly goes soft in a conclu-
sion that is completely out of;
sorts with the rest of the pic-
ture both philosophically andj
artistically. It's too bad Beatty
and director Hal Ashby didn't
quite maintain the courage of
their convictions, but Shampoo
stands as an inventive, almost
brilliant effort. ***
The Professional Theatre
Program (PTP) presents Five
on the Black Hand Side in the
Frieze Bldg's Arena Theatre,
8:30 p.m.
Ark - Highwood String Band,
folk, 9 p.m. $2.50.
Bimbo's - Gaslighter's, rag-
time, 6, 50c after 8.
Blind Pig - Silvertones, ear-'
ly rock and blues, 9:30, $1.
Blue Frogge - Disco, 9, $1
after 8.
Casa Nova - Sequoia, 9,
rnitr xx~trn n v

j 1. Gvu iuG131a ~9:31a.ol$1
- PTP black comedy. Arena 9:30e $1.
Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 2 p.m. Second Chance - Sonics Ren-
BARS dezvous, 9, $1-1.50.
Blue Frogge - Disco, 9 p.m.,;
$1.00 after 8. lie n s a
GoldenFalcon - Benson and
Dralles Quartet, jazz, 9:30, $1. CINEMA
Second Chance - Cimmeron Singin' in the Rain - (Ann
Show Revue, music from the Arbor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud.
sixties, with guest scenes by A, 7 & 9) -- A wonderous mu-
Marina Navarre, 9 p.m., $1 1.50. sical spoof of Hollywood film-
making of the late 1920's, with
M n Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor'
and Debbie Reynolds singing
and hoofing it up in a cine-
CINEMAmatic labor of love. It may or
Nothing scheduled. may not be the best movie mu-
Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie sical ever made (as it's often
Red, 9:30, $1. called) but certainly irresistable
Blue Frogge - Disco, 9, $liojs botayn-
after 8 p.m. . Brink of Life-(Cinema Guild,
Golden Falcon - 5-2-1, jazz, Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05) - A mys-
fifteen piece band, 9:30, $1. teriously ignored Ingmar Berg-
Second Chance - Sonics Ren- man film focusing on three
dezvous, rock, 9, $1-1.50. pregnant women and the effect

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rated by some twenty years but
both hampered by the director's
life-long budgetary shortcom-
ings. I've never caught either
of these films, but both doubt-
less contain elementsbworth see-
ing -'if more for the glory of.
Welles than that of The Bard.
Blue Frogge - Disco, 9, 50c-


Casa Nova - Sequoia, coun-
try/western, 9, no cover.
Golden Falcon - Silvertones,
blues, fifties rock, 9:30, $1.
Second Chance - Brainstorm,
funky rock, 9, $1-1.50.
f riday
Psycho -- (Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, MLB 3, 7 & 10:30) - Al-
fred Hitchcock's weirdly-paced
masterpiece in which the protag-


Stephen Sondheim. PTP Best of
Broadway Series. Power Ctr.,
8 p.m.
Faculty Recital - Music
School Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
Ark - U. Utah Phillips, folk,
9, $2.50.
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
time, 6, 50c after 8.
Blind Pig - The Tribe, jazz
band, 9:30, $1.
Blue Frogge-Disco, 9, $1 aft-
er 8.
Casa Nova - Sequoia, coun-
try/western, 9, no cover.
Golden Falcon - Melodioso,
funky jazz, 9:30, $1.
Old Heidelberg - Mustard's
Retreat, foli 9, no cover.
Pretzel Bel-RFD Boys, blue-
grass, 10, $1.50.
Rubaiyat -Celebration, 9, no
Second Chance - Brainstorm,
funky rock, 9, $2-2.50.




first film in over forty years to I
sweep all the major Oscars, but
for all its accolades still just not
as good as it should have been.
Director Milos Forman opts
for caricature instead of pathos
in his disturbed inmates, plavs
for the easy laugh over the
grim undertones of Kesev's
novel, and alters the ending jnst
enough so that McMurphv's ul-
timate sacrifice seems less a,
liberating martyrdom than a
deluded act of self - destruc-

U.S. wo ma
on HimaL
NEW DELHI, India (R) - An
American woman has died of
"acute high altitude sickness"
on the Himalayan peak she
was named for by her father,
a conqueror of Mt. Everest,
the Indian Mountaineering
Foundation reported yesterday.
Nanda Devi Unsoeld, 22, of
Olympia, Wash., was climbing
with an Indo-American expedi-
tion tackling the Nanda Devi
peak by a new route over its
northwest face. The rclimbers
were led by her father, Wil-
liam Unsoeld, who in 1963 be-
came one of the first two Amer-
icans to climb Everest, the
world's tallest mountain.
The foundation gave no details
of the fatal illness. High alti-;
tude sickness usually results
from a climber's lung filling
with fluid at high altitudes,
causing suffocation, a spokes-
man at the American Alpine
Club in New York said.
The elder Unsoeld first saw
the 25,645-foot Nanda Devi
while trekking through the,
Himalayas in 1948 and, impress-
ed by its beauty, vowed to name:
his first daughter after the ma-'
jestic mountain.
"I feel a very close relation-
ship with Nanda Devi ," his
daughter said in an interviewl
in New Delhi last July 6. three
days before leaving for the1
mountain near the Tibetan bor-

I sam y ear seems atner smotni- 1N orth by N orthw est - (Ann cou ne ,oI'rict .-l- ,,dl - l o i , Z b s eC inA9
ered in lyric subtleties. Clair- Arbor Film Co-op. MLB 4, 9 Golden Falcon - Melodioso, Zabriskie Point - (Cinema ~igr
voyance is the motivating theme only) - Rich playboy Carv Latin jazz, 9:30-2, $1. G'iild, Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05)-
in this story of a well-to-do Grant is mistaken for a gov- Old Heidelberg - Mustard's See Mark and Darla get it on ,,g
British couple (Julie Christie ernment agent by alien subver- Retreat, special appearance: in Death Valley. Michelangelo
and Donald Sutherland), whose sives, then swiftly sucked into Marina Navarre, 9:00-1:00, no Antonioni's 1970 howler about
small daughter is drowned in a pursuit by both the bad guys cover, the Youth Counterculture is
tragic accident. Grief-stricken, and the police, who believe he Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, painful in its naivete about the
they retreat to a vacation in is a murderer. Famous Hitch- bluegrass, 10:00-1:30, $1. 50. socio-political upheavals of the
Venice, where they begin to re-' cock film replete with famous Rubaiyat - Celebration, 9:00- time, and fails totally to catch
ceive signs that the dead child 1:30, no cover, a feeling for the pulse of Amer- PRETORIA, South Africa (P) ary School in Soweto, pupils
is trying to contact them from sequences involving a crop-dust- Second Chance - Cimmeron ica - a not uncomm'on handi- - Secretary of State Henry plastered the fence with plac-
beyond. The irony of these eerie ing plane and later on Mt. Show Revue, music from the cap for foreign directors. But Kissinger and South African ards. Shots were fired after po-
encounters is that fervent psy- Rushmore, and though it's not sixties. $2-$2.50 after 8. it's hard to criticize this film Prime Minister John Vorster lice arrived to remove the plac-
............... ......................................... . began talks yesterday in an ef- ards. It was not known if any-
s < fort to head off the threat of one was hurt in that incident.
t y race war in southern Africa. Roads leading to Soweto were
blocked by police and all white
"-er student demonstrators in the adminstrative personnel were
'black township of Soweto and ple u ftetwsi.I
mobsramagedin ownsipsdowntown Johannesburg, fires
lty an p eak .. C near Cape Town. blamed on arsonists gutted the
Ka, tear ape iawnoffices of a legal firm and cous-
This year permission was THE RAND DAILY Mail said amage aa nespaper
I granted for the climb and her six students were killed and 35
father was picked to lead the wounded in the Soweto shooting. The attacks followed a blaze
12-member expedition. In Cape Town, police report- Thursday i a furnture store
Nanda Devi is 440 miles ed eight persons killed and 41 started by gasoline bombs and
northwest of Mt. Everest, injured in racial violence in two attempts Thursday nght to
where a 12-member American in the previous 24 hours. In set buildings afire at the Uni-
Bicentennial Everest Expedi- Athlone township crowds of versity of the Witwatersrand-
tion is currently attempting to " "coloreds," as persons of mix-
climb the29,028-foot peak. ''< >..;ed race are officially called SHORTLY AFTER Kissing-
Unsoeld's father and Thomas here, looted and burned a food er's arrival, unfounded rumors
Hornbein of San Diego were the truck and in nearby Manenburg ran through financial circles in
first to climb Everest by its mobs tried to burn cars and New York, Chicago, London
first toimb ver aetb thas sop.and Toronto that he had been
west ridge.10 yeardaftthessinger rrived in Pretoria shot. An official with the party
centiii jut1 er fe h isne rie nPeoisaid the secretary was resting
mountain was conquered in 1953 y under very heavy security. Hissin h s stg
by Sir Edmund Hillary of New xyroute to town was guarded by In his hotel room and added,
Zealand and Sherpa Tenzing Igroups of armed soldiers with He thought the reports of his
Norkay. grogs yhaving been shot were grossly
Unsoeld, a student at Ever- dogs stationed every 400 yards. exaggerated."
green State College in Olym- H ~~le was met at the airport by
pia, began climbing when sheOy soldiers, police and an all-black A security official issued a
was 14. honor guard. statement saying, "The secre-
fa 4 tary of state ,is perfectly well
But she insisted before leav-' PROTESTERS IN Soweto car- and has not been involved in
ing for the Himalayas in July ried signs labeling Kissinger a any incident of any kind."
ta sk "murderer." They claim the The Kissinger - Vorster talks
mountaineering a career. isnr ote
United States supported the were expected to concentrate
"It is easy to turn your eyes white minority South African on the future of Rhodesia and
away from the social problems regime in the Angolan civil war South-West Africa, or Namibia,
yourself in the mountains,'tshe and in other past incidents. which is controlled by, South
s The latest deaths in Soweto Africa against the wishes of
"It is gdo for a short per brought to at least 343 the the United Nations. Black Af-
od. But if you feel involved killed in rican nationalists have been bat-
ith soci yobles yovca three months of racial violence tling the white minority govern-
with social problems, you can- .
not like that kind of thing for <.in South Africa. All but three ments in both countries.
lon, were black or colored.
Althoueh Nanda Devi had.; Police Maj. Gen. David Kriel N E W S M E N accom-
been climbed many times since said police opened fire yester- n'mg Kissinger as he flew
British - American enedi- day at two schools in Soweto af to Prteoria after talks with

Smith said in Umtali, Rhodesia,
yesterday that he would like to
meet with Kissinger. There
have been reports the two would
meet, but they have not been
Smith told reporters he would
now make his greatest effort
ever to secure a settlement of
the constitutional dispute --
political rights for the black
majority - that has hung over
Rhodesia since it unilaterally
declared independence f r o m
Britain 11 years ago. He also
said room to maneuver had
been reduced and time was
ruling all-white Rhodesia party
passed a resolution Thursday
rejecting early transfer to black
Kissinger also was to discuss
demands by blacks for dismant-
ling of South Africa's system
of apartheid, or racial separa-
tion. Kissinger will meet Sat-
urdav with a group of black
leaders and a second group of
both blacks and whites.
In Washington, a State De-
partment spokesman said Kis-
singer will visit Zaire next Tues-
day and Wednesday. He did not
say whether Kissinger would
fly there directly from South
Africa and gave no details be-
vond saving the secretary
wold talk with senior officials
in Kinshasa.
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