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fHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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unday, October 12, 1975

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PHOTOGRAPHS by Mark Reesman
October 1-31
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GALLERY
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First televised 'U' course
a success, art prof says

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PRELUDE TO DOG STAR MAN-by Stan Brakhage.
CASTRO STREET--by Bruce Baille
COSMIC RAY--by Bruce Connor
BOGGlE DEPOT--by Curt McDowell
ANDY WARHOL'S EXPLODING PLASTIC
INEVITABLE-by Ron Nameth
INVOCATION OF MY DEMON BROTHER-Kenneth Anger
Program notes will be available with further information
NEXT WEEK: ANTONIONI WEEKEND
FRI. & SAT.: THE PASSENGER with Jack Nicholson
SUN.: THE ECLIPSE
E ATONITEatANGELL HALL
CINEMA 1T1ITatAUD. A
8wP.M. Adm. $1.25

pnn arbor inn dinner theater

By CHRIS JUILLET
The University's first tele-
vised academic course appears
to be a moderate success, say
administration officials and
students.
Not only has it drawn a hand-
ful of University students elect-
ing to take the course for credit,
but it has also prompted about
40 people to purchase the sup-
plementary class materials and
to follow the lectures on a non-
credit basis.
THE CLASS, entitled "The
Creation of Art," is the product
of almost two years of research
and development by Diane Kirk-
patrick, Associate Professor of
Art History at the University.
According to Kirkpatrick, of-
fering academic credit for the
course was an afterthought.
"The series was originally in-
tended solely for distribution to

.the media not as a course, but Monday through Friday, at 6:30
as a service," says Kirkpatrick. a.m., December 8-19.
"It was designed to give the
general public an appreciation THE programs are also avail-
and a curiosity for art." able at the sight and sound cen-
ter of the Undergraduate Li-
EACH PROGRAM concen- brary.
trates on a particular theme of According to Dr. Robert Wil-
art, tracing its development son, director of independent
through history. In addition to study at the University Exten-
a visual display of various art sion Service, the series has re-
objects, the program is aug ceived a positive response.
mented by analysis and discus- "It's too early to tell f
sion written and delivered by "tsooerytoelfrsu,
irkpatrick. ddbut indications are that this
Kirkpatrik. scourse is a success," says Wil-
The series, consisting of ten 'sn
30 minute programs, was pro-son.
duced at the University Televi- ACCORDING to one student in
sion Center at an approximatetACCod to oe,tdentro
cost to the University of $3,000the troductorycourse, the pro
cos trogrtm U egrams are "stimulating and in-
pTe program.
The programs are telecast formative."
over WWJ-TV, Channel 4, at "The presentation is simple
11:30 a.m. each Sunday. The enough to appeal to those with
series will also be re-broadcast no background in the field," she

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Musicol Reflections on Current Events
produced & directed by Jerry H. Bilik

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buffet dinner 6:00-8:00 pm 4 show 8:00
Thurs $10 * Fri or Sat $12
SPECIAL NIGHT OWL SHOW SAT'S 11:00 pm $5
(includes light buffet)
FREE PARKING
Reservations: Ann Arbor Inn-100 S. Fourth St.

A NOSTALGIC RETROSPECTIVE
OF CLASSIC 1950'S TELEVISION
A 150 MINUTE ORGY!

N. Viets blast U.S.
refugee return plan
TOKYO (A) - North Vietnam warned yesterday that the
United States faces "serious consequences" if it tries to repatri-
ate 1,540 South Vietnamese refugees on Guam without permission
from Saigon.
A Hanoi broadcast said the action would be an encroachment
on Vietnam's national sovereignty but did not say what action
Saigon would take if the refugees were shipped back.
The refugees on Guam have appealed persistently for re-r
patriation.
After Saigon accepted Vietnamese returning from other coun-
tries, President Ford last month expressed hope that the govern-
ment would also accept those from the United States.
The refugees have been told they will go home later this
month when repairs are completed on the Thong Tin, a Viet-
namese ship docked at Guam.
1975
Is e alI Chassidic festival
Israel's most popular
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commented, adding that despite
its introductory nature, the
course -still offers the serious
student of art history much in-
formation and exposure to the
art media.
"THE interesting thing is that
while only nine persons have ac-
tually enrolled in the course, we
have 'received and filled over 40
requests for the learning kits
which cost over $20," said Wil-
son.
Wilson attributes the low of-
ficial enrollment partly to the
lack of advance publicity.
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, hero
of the Civil War and a Republi-
can, .was elected and served as.
the 18th President from 1869 to
1877.

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MONDAY, OCT. 20, 1975
8:00 P.M.
sponsored by B'NAI BRITH
HILLEL FOUNDATION
at U-M
TICKETS
Students-$3.00
Non-students-$5.00
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TUES., Nov. 18
Crisler Arena
Tickets $6.00, $5.00
NOW ON SALE at UAC
box office in Michigan Union
10:30-5:30 (763-2071)}
Sorry, no personal checks

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comes to Ann Arbor this 'week
as the MICHIGAN OPERA THEA TRE recreates Catfish Row in George
Gershwin's tribute to the southern black and to American music. Starring as
Bess is Irene Oliver, with Benjamin Matthews as Porgy on 'Tuesday night, and
Robert Mosley as Porgy on Wednesday night. They are supported by a cast of 70
singers, with orchestra.
TWO PERFORMANCES
'TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, this week,
in the POWER CENTER at 8:00;
tickets available at $9, $8, and $7

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featuring:
SUPERMAN
(1955)
Streak! Streak! Falling for the oldest trick in
the books, Lois is caught on the ropes. But
what's a little twine to the man of steel?
GROUCHO MARX in (1955)
YOU BET YOUR LIFE
Groucho's insane contestants tonite include a
zoo keeper from San Francisco who sleeps with
the animals! Don't miss the mad duck who pops
in when the secret word is said!
RICHARD NIXON'S
CHECKER SPEECH
(1953)
Accused of accepting bribes, the former presi-
dent responds with the m o s t transparently
fraudulent and hysterically funny speech in the
history of American politics. This one will bring
the house down!
ELVIS PRESLEY ON
ED SULLIVAN
(1955)
Pure magical nostalgia as Elvis pounds out
"Love Me Tender" & "Don't Be Cruel." And he
was censored from the waist down!
OZZIE AND HARRIETT
(1957)
Don't miss it. Called "Father's Night at the
Fraternity," this one features Ricky pounding
out some golden oldies. Also stars the absurd
Wall y!
THE LONE RANGER
(1952)
The very first episode! In which we learn why
the Ranger dons his mask and how he meets
Tonto! A howl from start to finish!
PLUS: Burns & Allen, Ted Mack's Amateur
Hour, Liberace and special surprises!

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