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April 10, 1976 - Image 5

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Saturday, April 14, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

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Arts & Entertainment

Two Residential Col-
lege thespians parry
in this scene from
the RC's current pro-
duction of Shake-
speare's "The Temp-
est," currently play-
ing at the East Quad

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U of M Dance Dept., School of Music
PRESENTS
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(A DANCE CONCERT)
FRI. & SAT., Apr. 9 & 10
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SCHORLING AUDITORIUM
(SCHOOL OF EDUCATION)
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An intensive course of reading and writ-
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Journal Writing, Thoreau, Emerson, Robert
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Hiking, camping, conoing, trips to the
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SIZE IS LIMITED--A few places still available
Call 764-0418
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APRIL 14-17
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auditorium.
Daily Photo by ALAN BILINSKY
appenings (continUed)
(Continued from page 3) Wellman's finest effort. Public tle a monsterous, seemingly in-1 Chances Are - Foxx, rock,
The Band Wagon - (Ann Ar- Enemy was immortalized by destructable vegetable - man. $2 with ID.
bor Film Co-op, MLB 4, 9 only) the daring (for the times) scene Howard Hawks produced (and Blind Pig - Jimmy Dawkins,
-Vincent Minelli musical about of Cagney shoving a grapefruit supposedly directed) this film, Chicago blues, 9:30, $1.50.
Broadway types putting togeth- into his girlfriend's face, but it one of the most highly regarded Casa Nova - Michael & Jon-
er a not-too-great show. An in- is the film's last shot which in the sci-fi genre, although I athan, soft rock, 9:30, no cover.
teresting look at theater life, lingers - a moment so brilliant- must confess a long-time mys- Rubaiyat - Open Road, top
starring Fred Astaire and the ly shocking and grotesque that tification as to why. The Thing 40's, 9:30, no cover.j
brilliant, neglected Cyd Cha- it will rival itself in your mem- seems to me a typically low- Bimbots - Gaslighters, rag-
risse. ** ory long after other films have budget horror flick with lots of time singalong, 6-1:30, 50c after
Jallhouse Rock - (Cinema faded.**** snow and few sets (cheaper that 8.
Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05)- Start the Revolution Without way), onde-dimensional charac- Heidelberg Rathskeller -
An ex - con - turned - singer Me - (Mediatrics, Nat. Sci. ters and not even a very imag- Mustards Retreat, folk, 9:30, no
swiftly rises to the top of his Aud., 7, 8:45 & 10:30) - A inative story. About the only cover.
profession. One of Elvis Pres- wacky Gene Wilder - Donald interesting element is James I Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
Arness's movie debut as the !bluegrass, 10, $1.50.
ley's earliest films makes a Sutherland vehicle about two
fascinating historical perspec- -mismatched sets of identical monster (he's pretty good). EVENTS
tive on the father of modern twins - one of royal blood, the Otherwise, this film seems a professional Theater Pro-
k.sin most of Elvis' Pic- hvery helf-hearted, penny-pinch- gram - "Pinocchio", marion-
rock. As i oto li'pic other peasant class -- at the.in effort.** ette theater,Poe,7
tures the plot line is negligible, time of the French Revolution. PoweBARS ert and Sulia Society-
but in this case-it doesn't real- The time - honored mistaken r. Flood's Party - Silver- "Ruddigore" Mendelssohn, 8.
ly matter. Jailhouse Rock is an identity theme is played for tones blues, 9:30,$1 University Dancers - "Ann
invaluable guide to just how slapstick all the way here, with toe blues 9:30, $1.AUbivTrit Day", h nn
Golden Falcon - Melodioso,' Arbor Three Way", Schorling,
our culture has evolved in the vastly varying results; some- jazz 9:30, $1 8
**e tsnran rc * + .. s L:. n o nt. ir c 'a z ' :0 $ .8

Steak & Eggs
For $1.75
AT
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cast two ecades. times its hilarious, other times
Jimmy the Gent - (Cinema it's just frenziedly boring -
IT, Aud. A., 7 only) - Early including a weak ending. Most
James Cagney comedy about memorable is Wilder's portray-
an unscrupulous fortune hunter, al of a slightly psychotic aris-
co - starring a very young Bette tocrat, played with the come-
Davis. dian's wonderfully unique
Public Enemy - (Cinema II, blend of snobbery and paranoia.
Ang. Aud. A, 9 only) - 1931 ***
film about a small-time hood's The Thing (Law School Films,
rise to the top is possibly the 100 Hutchins Hall, 7 & 9:05) -
best gangster film ever made, A small group of scientists and
and certainly director William military men in the Arctic bat-

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