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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, July 21, 1979-Page 7

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Schlesiger, Adams out; arter
(ContinuedfromPage1) ter's "full confidence." Transportation Department, Powell
to 30 days. He said Claytor would later As No. 2 man at the Defense Depar- replied that the new transportation and
be named deputy secretary of defense. tment, Duncan has wielded more power HUD chiefs almost certainly would
In announcing the removal of than most Cabinet secretaries in come from outside the executive bran-
Schlesinger, Powell took pains to note managing the Pentagon on a day-to-day ch.
that Schlesinger had twice offered to basis. In response to a question, Powell said
resign early this year and had publicly White House political aides have high Commerce Secretary Juanita Kreps
stated that he wanted to leave the regard for Duncan, a multimillionaire would remain in her job.
Cabinet later this year. former Coca-Cola executive, and have Adams had said Thursday that he
POWELL SAID Schlesinger will long sought a wider role for him in the was being retained by Carter, but he
remain on the job for an indefinite administration. issued a statement, which reportedly
period because of a "mutual desire for ASKED ABOUT congressional repor- angered the president, saying he was
a smooth transition." Meanwhile, ts that White House aide Jack Watson not certain he wanted to stay in the
Powell said, Schlesinger will enjoy Car- would eventually be named to head the post.
LATER, ADAMS said at a news con-
ference that he felt a Cabinet officer
should have direct access to the
Carter sf ltlly

'pleased'
president, but that Carter refused to
grant it. "A Cabinet officer must work
directly for the president - not for the
White House staff," Adams said. "I was
not assured that I could do this, so I
quit."
Later at a news conference following
the announcement of his move to the
Energy Department, Duncan said he
would take "prompt action" to
alleviate the nation's energy problems.
He said two major requirements
before the problems can be solved are
energy conservation and lessening
dependence on foreign oil. Nuclear
energy "will have to continue to play a
substantial role," he said.

This is the final tally of the Cabinet
reshuffle:
" Schlesinger, 50, out as energy
secretary in favor of Duncan, 52, a for-
mer president of Coca Cola. Duncan
told reporters "I think the American
public is coming to realize that we do
have an energy crisis."
" Adams, 52, ousted one day after
announcing he might quit even though
Carter wanted him to stay. He set con-
ditions that infuriated the White House
and one administration source told
UPI, "nobody gives orders to the
president."
" HEW Secretary Joseph Califano

fired and slated to be replaced by HUD
Secretary Patricia Harris, chiefly
because of "frictions" between
Califano and the Jordan-led senior
White House staff.
" Treasury Secretary Michael
Blumenthal dismissed in favor of
William Miller, a like-minded conser-
vative economist who heads the
Federal Reserve Board.
* Attorney General Griffin Bell
allowed to resign asnd be replaced by
the man of his choice, Deputy Attorney
General Benjamin Civiletti.

WEDNESDAY IS
"BARGAIN DAY"
$1.50 UNTIL 5:30

Filmmaker's success

1:30-3:30-5:30-7:30-9:30
DUTOK 5

Scontinued fro,- Page 6
Preminger and Jimmy Stewart on the
set of Anatomy of a Murder. Voelker
and Summers, along with myself,
became the narrators of the film.
LOCATION SHOTS finished, we
headed home to shoot interiors, which
would include shots of the rods, a
biography of Morris in old stills, and the
titles. The whole process, from shooting
to answer print took less than two mon-
ths, and just over 1400 dollars. A normal
production of this type would have
taken twice as long and ten times as
much, so obviously corners were cut.
Using university equipment, simple ef-
fects and titles, and borrowing from the
existing footage were some of the ways
we lowered costs. The film was cer-
tainly more of an education than any of
my film classes.
Once we completed the film, we
screened it for as many groups as
would watch. This included friends,
relatives, teachers, and various fishing
clubs, including the local chapter of
Trout Unlimited. These groups were
most enthusiastic, and we were en-
couraged to seek a distributor. This we
did, sending the film to museums and
national trout fishing organizations as
well. Nobody wanted to buy. the film as
it was. This was understandable,
because the film contained some small

editing mistakes, as any student film
would. What these organizations failed
to realize was that we were seeking
funding to fix these mistakes and run a
new answer print. Funds were not
found, but as a last resort we ap-
proached the television stations in
Detroit for possible airing. The network
affiliates never answered our queries,
but the program director of the local
Public Broadcasting station, WTVS,
seemed interested and asked us to
screen the film for him. He liked it and
decided to use it at his first opportunity.
That was a year and a half ago. Many
phone calls and much badgering later, it is
finally being aired. Stay up late tonight
and watch a local artist's view of an ar-
tist.
IN THE DARK, a musical
comedy written by three Uni-
versity students over a period of two
years, can be seen tonight and
tomorrow night in the Pendleton Room
at the Michigan Union.
The musical's authors, Andrew Kur-
tzman, William Holab, and Scott
Eyerle, report that its plot involves
several heirs to a large fortune, who
must endure a search for the loot in an
old haunted house. The show begins at
10:00 tonight and 9:00 on Sunday.

The FIRST Certified
Crazv Person's Comedy
PETER ALAN
FALK ARKIN
(UPPER LEVEL)
SHOWS DAILY AT
1:15-3:40-7:20-9:50

SHOWS DAILY AT
1:10-3:35-7:15-9:45

CINEMA Ii ,
Presents
LION IN WINTER
(Anthony Harvey, 1968)
Winner of three Academy Awards; this colorful and exciting
portrayal of King Henry 11 (PETER O'TOOLE) captures the pomp
pagentry and pride of England during his reign. KATHERINE
HEPBURN won an Oscar for her spectacular performance as
the silvery-tongued Queen Eleanor of Acpuitane. These two
magnificent performers enact a conflict of rare personal
power and historical scope. A real treat for Hepburn fans!
(134 min)
7:30, 9:45 Aud A Angell Hai_ $1.50

SHOWS DAILY AT
1:00-3:30-7:00-9:35
"'ALLEN 'Is ac*, a vmllo rr.a
a*scrpdwr ad a tnf fan." one

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