Saturday, November $,' 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
$aturday, November 8, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five
events and entertainment
wish we could give five. On a ; (Jane Fonda and Yves Mon- Mr. Flood's Party - Bryan,
large screen! tand). Really, that theme went Lee Blues Band, 9, 7Sc.E
Harry & Tonto - (Mediatrics, ; out with the Pajama Game in Blind Pig - Aldaberan, jazz,E
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30, 9:30) - the fifties. ** 9:30, $1.3
Art Carney in his Academy- MUSIC Ark - Stephan Grossman,
Award winning performance Chances Are - Lightnin', folk, 9, $2.50.
about an old man and his cat. rock, 9, $1 to $1.50.
Blind Pig - Jack Orion, jazz, Richard Rush, stars Elliott
9:30, $1. Gould in the role of a college
Casa Nova - Susan Michaels, student who has to decide what
pop-folk, 9-1, no cover. he wants. Gould made some
turkeys after MASH, but all inI
all this is a fairly watchable
"' film. It almost might have been
**** Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone a made-for-TV movie, but not
COMMERCIAL CINEMA Westworld - (Mo-Jo Movies, Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover.leaN SI Y quite. ***
Mahogany - (State) - Not Mosher - Jordan, 7 & 9) - Ri- Loma Linda - Mixed Bag, CINEMA La alamandre (Cinema II,
even Diana Ross saves this v chard Benjamin and Yul Bryn- jazz, 9, no cover. The Jazz Sger- (Cinema'Aud. A Angell, 7 & 9:15) -With
overblownaove.tsvay ner in this futuristic fantasyIDRzz,5,n..CINEM Guild, Arch. Aud. 7 & 9:05) - Jean-Luc Bideau and Jacques
pid, overblown movie. Every- about an amusement park Del Rio - Jazz, 5-9, no cover. CINEMA Al Jolson in the role and the Denis. Directed by Alain Tan-
thing about it is horrible, and where the robots attack the hu- Mr. Flood's Party - Bryan Emmanuelle - (New World movie that sound made famous. ner.
so bad you can't even laugh at mans. If you can suspend your Lee Blues Band, 9, 75c. Film Co-op, Nat. Sci. Aud. 7 & Not completely in sound, though Davy Crockett, King of the
it. Just boring. BOMB. disbelief just far enough, it's a 9) - The highly touted soft-core -and that can be a little un- Wild Frontier - (Cinema Guild,
Three Sisters - Campus - good film. But if you have trou-porn film, the one that peddledd Not a must. Old Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05)-Fes
A successful adaptation of the bled bear.B- itself under the slogan "lets you rank Nappa Nist d arer auddy 7b& star is
Chekhov play on film but really ebeware. feel good without feeling Frank Zappa Night - (Ann Parker and Buddy Ebsen star in
more than that. For instead of Memories of Underdevelop- The real problem with the sttl- Arbor Film Co-op, Aud. A An- the Walt Disney version of the.
a movie, it is a filmed play. For &ent - (Cinema II, Aud. A An- CINEMA tifyingly dull film is that it gell, 6:30) Po'jama People Spe- story of the American folk
those used to films as such, the abo, the c A a milm MASH - (New World Film doesn't let you feel at all. For a cial, Naked Ape, KCET-L.A.- hero. Created a TV show and
static quality and more thea- about the crisis of a middle Co-op, MLB 3, 7 & 9:15)-One vicarious thrill, maybe. * TV Special, Head, 200 Motels. a national craze, including re-
trical acting may come as a ess rmtellectualh one of the of Robert Altman's finest films An orgy of Zappa, and we won- cords, books, toys, and coon-
pleasant surprise. **** best from the Third World in the one most com mercial Li es nn der if that word isn t somehow skin caps. Bonus: All those
recent years. *** y Rolling Stones - (Ann Arbor perfect. wearing
pleasant.surprise. Elliot Gould Fl(C AaAmAllcoonskin caps will be
Flying Down to Rio - (Cine- pg G e) nFilmdCo-op,dAudn. A,Angell, MUSIC admitted for free!***
after Wed.) - A flawed film,(The LongGoodbye) and Dan- 7:SC ad3i)-edcfoedfree
g~~~~~ 7:30, 9, 10:30) - Recorded live'PezlBl F os UI
though with Kurt Weill's breath- ma Guild, Arch. Aud. 7 & 9:05) ! ald Sutherland (Klute) as two during the Stones 1972 tour. For Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys. MUSIC
less music. Largely overacted, - Silly Astaire - Rogers vehicle surgeons having a good time Stones (and principally Jagger) bluegrass, 9:30, $i. Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
however, with the tale of injus- about a beautiful girl and her during the Korean war. Also fans' there's a lot of good mu- Blind Pig - Silvertones, time, 6-1:30, 50c after 8.
tice in South Africa obliterated two lovers down in Rio. Fun for' stars Sally Kellerman. * sic. Everyone else had better blues, 9:30, $1. Bimbos (Ypsi) -Curbstonet
by the weepy emotions. With the dancing. MUSIC st Mr. Flood's Party - Mike Beauties, rock, 9-2, $2.
Melba Moore and Clifton Davis. MUSIC Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone i the 1igh Country - Smith & his Country Volunteers, Bimbo's On The Hill -- QSFI
** Casa Nova - Susan Michaels, Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover. (Cinema Guild Old Arch. Ad 9, 75c. rock, 8:30, no cover.
Three Days of the Condor - pop-folk, 9-1, no cover. The Golden Falcon - Jack 7 & 9:05) - Peckinpah's early Bimbo's - Grievous Angels, Ark - John Roberts and Tony
(Michigan) - Robert Redford is Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-; Orion, jazz, 9:30, $1. masterpiece about two old law- country, 9, no cover. Barrent, folk, 9:30, $2.50.
a CIA operative running from time, 6-1:30, 50c after 8. Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie men in the old West. With Ran- Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF, Chances Are - Brainstorm,
the higherups. The film, both Mr. Flood's Party - Grievous Red, blues, 9:30, $1. dolph Scott, Joel McCrea, and rock, 8:30, no cover.
confusing and suspenseful, fea- Angels, country, 9:30, $1. Chances Are - Mojo Boogie Mariette Hartley. Go see it.' Chances Are - Brainstorm,
tures Faye Dunaway as a con- Bimbo's on the Hill - QSF, Band, rock, 9, $1 to $1.50. **** rock, 9, $1 to $1.50.
vert to the Redford couse. *** rock, 8:30, no cover , Mr. Flood's Party - Bryan MUSIC Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone_
Monty Python and the Holy Bimbo's (Ypsi) - Curbstone Lee Blues Band, 9, 75c Ark - Hoot night, folk, 9 75c. Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover.
Grail - (Fifth Forum) - This Beauties, rock, 9-2, $2. Mr. Floodss Party - Bryan Casa Nova - Susan Michaels,
extended joke is sometimes fun- Rubaiyat - Strutter's Ball, Lee Blues Band, 9, rt-. pop-folk 91 no cover.
ny, sometimes not. It is gener- top 40's, 9:30, no cover.
ally spotty and occasionally Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, Bimbo's - Grievous Angels,
sophomoric, but all in all rather bluegrass, 10, $150 country, 9, no cover.
like The Great American Loma Linda - Mixed Bag,'CNM Chances Are - Brainstorm, f i a
Dream Machine. For Python jazz, 9, no cover. I Want to Live - (Cinema rock, 9, $1 to $1.50.
fans ** Heidelberg - The Continent- Guild, Old. Arch., 7 & 9:05) Bimbo's (Ypi) - Curbstone CINEMA
Amarcord - (Matrix, 7 & als, German, 9, no cover. Susan Hayward in her Acad- Beauties, rock, 9-2, no cover. Getting Straight - ((Media-
9:30)-Yet another Fellini film,' Heidelberg Rathskeller - emy - award winning perform- Bimbo's On The Hill - QSF, tIics, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30 &
often compared to his master- Mustard's Retreat, folk, 9:30, no ance as a young unwed mother. ock, 8:30, no cover. 9:45) - This film directed b
ful 8%. Pastoral, gentle, recall- cover. Directed by Robert Wise. * j - -
ing his other great work,. Roma, Chances Are - City Boys, Breathless - (Ann Arbor
in which he returns to his rock, 9, $2 to $2.50. Film Co-Op, Aud. A Angell, 7 If you are involved in an
youth. ** Blind Pig - Shooby Doo & & 9) - Goddard's tribute toy
Touch of Evil (Matrix, starts the Principles of Utility, jazz, Humphrey Bogart and gangster automobile accident, will
Wed.) - Marlene Dietrich 9:30, $1. films-, and one of his most popu- eceive ocompetent,
stands out in this Orson Welles- Golden Falcon - Headwind, y ptmovies, Starring Jean-Paul your
directed film, which only goes jazz, 9:30, $1. Belmondo, and not for the sim- ambulatory care?
to show that'll he never again Ark - Kenny Bloom, folk, piemided. ****~II ~,tI ~r
equal Citizen Kane or Magnifi- 9:30, $2.50. MUSIC . . . OR WI LL YOU DIE?
cent Ambersons. *** Huron Hotel - Street Fiction, Chances Are - Brainstorm, TODAYRefreshments
Beat the Devil - (Matrix, funk-jazz-rock, 9, 50c with ID rock, 9 $1 to $1.50. reestyle
starts Wed.) - Truman Capote Depot House - Fred Small, --.------------- a itiDemostraton
wrote this satire of the Maltese topical and folk, 9-12, 50c. Aytu o Ski Movies
Falcon-type film, directed by FRI.-SAT. )ashInS
John Huston, with Bogart and examines emergency rescue service Door Prize
the gorgeous Lollobrigida. ****nKEarbor SLakeTahoe..rTwo .
Black Christmas - (The Mo- EN y a Equipment Sale
vies, Briarwood) -Just think, a BLOOM Can You Afford NOT To Listen? ' R~nio.Veorle
Canadian film! A horror movie,. CINEMA
and an awful one. With Margot What's Up, Doc? - (New: cllSo-david--of david's books 3150 CARPENTER
Kidder (of Quackser Fortune World Film Co-op, MLB 4, 7 & .moe on bonnie raitt ANN ARBOR
fame), even though without 9)-- Peter Bogdanovich re-cre- teach-in horoscopes 971-4310
Bing Crosby.* ates the "screwball comedies of
Return of the Pink Panther- the 30s"~ ihaprettuh a story by janus app
(The Movies, Briarwood) - the real mark of an artistic lnda fidel stealing scenes
Peter Sellers again and again genius. Ryan O'Neal less stupid sparky massaging his speakers
and again . . . Inspector Clou- than usual, and Madeline Kahn,
seau has a way of always com- as the fiancee Eunice Burns, is1 at r aj 9 101
ing back, this time less funny a sheer delight. **** Uupport P
than before. ** Tout Va Bien - (Cinema GUITAR, CLARINET, etc. The Ann Arbor Radioagazine
Hearts of the West - (The Guild, Old Arch. Aud. 7 & 9:05) Formerly with Linda Rn 5:00 pm
Movies, Briarwood) - The gen- - A Marxist film, by Jean-Luc sad td er
tler side of Hollywood in the Godard, about a factory strike sar Clements, etc. te
thirties. Cast away your Ar and its effects on two workers
buckles and your bousts, 'causeaan
Hollywood was a fun place. Oflfl
With Jeff Bridges and Andy TUES. NITE:.
Griffith. C*T University of Oslo STEFANI GROSSMAN arbor .START
Rooster Cogburn - (The Mo- '.""I
vies, Briarwood) - This film INTERNATIONAL EN SnT
should have been called True SUMMER SCHOOL 1421 H IL L 761-1451 EN D S T/
Grit I. What a waste of one
good talent (Kate Hepburn), and OSLO NORWAY
how appropriate for the other'Or W_
(John Wayne). Worth ** just to June 26 to
rock, 9, $2 to $2.50. jazz, 9:30, $1.
Mr. Flood's Party - Jawbone, Loma Linda - Mixed Bag,
9, $1. jazz, 9, no cover.
Blind Pig - The Express, Rubaiyat - Strutter's Ball,
I 9:30, $1. top 40's, 9:30, no cover.
I Heidelberg Rathskeller Casa Nova -- Susan Michaels,
Mustard's Retreat, folk, 9:30, no pop-folk, 9-1, no cover.
cover. Depot House - Aging Chil-
Golden Falcon - Headwind, dren, folk, 9-12, $1.
DAHLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Saturday, November 8 pm; Balinese Shadow Puppet Play,
Day Calendar Recital Hall, 8 pm.
WUOM: From the Midway-Brad- PTP:Irene, Power, 8 pm.
ley H. Patterson, Jr., Presidential Musical Society: Scottish Nat'l Or-
Personnel Office, "The White House chestra, Hili Aud., 8:30 pm.
Staff: Excess or Barely Enough?" General Notices
10 am. Academic costume may be rented
Boccaccio Festival: Jack Bender, at the Cellar, Union; orders for De-
"Machiavelli and the Italian Ren.- cember 14 Commencement should
aissance Theatre;" Oscar Budel, be placed immediately and must
"virtue, License. Liberty: Machia- be placed before November 14.
velli's Mandragola," R a c k hi a mn The State of Michigan is accept-
Amph., 10 am. ing applications for its WINTER
Rugby: UM vs. Kalamazoo RFC, TERM INTERNSHIPS in State Oov-
wines Field, 10:30 am. ernmental agencies and depts.
Football: UM vs. Purdue, Michi- These are open to undergrad and
gan Stadium, 1:30 pm. ' grad students on a full or part-
WCBN: Saturday Graffiti Radio time basis. For more info and appli-
Magazine, Bonnie Raitt, 89,5 FM, 5 cation forms see the DOB. Appli-
pm., cations due Nov 28.
pHockey: UM vs. North Dakota,
Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 pm. More automobiles are assem-
Music School: Contemporary Fes-
tival, Rackham Aud., 8 pm; clari- bledinKansaCit hanti.ny
net degree recital, Recital Hall, 4:30 American city' except Detroit.
5 TONIGHT at 6 p.m.
OMORROW at 11 p.m.
Wizard of Oz - (Couzens, 8
& 10 pm) - We could go into
great length about the music,
the acting, the sets, the cos-
tumes, and the whole fabulous
film, but we won't. ****, but we
August 6, 1976
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