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Wednesday, June 12, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

cinema
tonil41it
Tonight's best bet:
The Go-Between
Ann Arzor Film Co-op
Aud. A, 7, 9
This 1971 film from Joseph
losey isn't a bad flick once di-
rector Joseph Losey gets past
some first reel jitters. In fact,
if only the original L. P. Hart-
ley novel had been better, this
could have been one hell of a
motion picture.
HaroldtPinter did an admir-
able if stilted job with the
screenplay, given the hollow-
ness of the Hartley book. Lo-
sey's direction, basically, is
nothing short of impeccable.
All, however, seems strangely
in vain. Frankly,this almost
trite story of a rich socialite
(played well by Julie Christie)
who takes advantage of the ado-
leicent crush of a 13-year-old
boy (Dominic Guard, who will
impress you) to carry on an af-
fair with a poor farmer (de-
pendable Alan Bates) just
strikes me as a waste of time
and superb talent.
-David Blomquist
Harold and Maude
New World Film Co-op
MLB Aud. 3, 7:30
There's nothing like a good,
weird film to brighten up the
day, and Hrold and Maude is
iist that. Who would ever think
that a film about a young boy
(played by Bud Cort) and an el-
derly I-dy (Ruth Gordon) who
share licorice at a funeral
could be a soccessfol motion
picture? Yet, somehow, this is.
-David Blomquist
Daily Official Bulletin
W~ednesday, Jane in
iDay Calendar'
WUOM: interview withS en. Hu-
iert Humphrey by Steven Banker
>f NPR, 91.7 MHz, 10: na.m
Botany Seminar: Prof. Tom Har-
ris %peaks on "How Caytonia was
Stsdied," 1139 Nat. Sti. Bldg., 4:00
Education: panel discussion, "De-
sregation as a National Policy,"
SCborling Aud., SEB, 7, 9 p.m.

Rare albino
toad given to
researchers
(Continued from Page 3)
rare animals. Richards a n d
colleagues hope to breed the
toads and establish an albiho
strain.
According to Richrds, i' is
still impossible to Jetenmine the
sex of the toads, which can be
done only during m-iing sea-
son when the males develop
enlarged thumb pads.
SHE ALSO claims that tnere
is sometimes dificulty in get-
ting laboratory-raised frogy to
breed but expressed 'great ex-
pectations for gettin the
strain going and kepirg it go-
ing."
The facility, dir'citvd b:y Dr.
George Nace, is one of t .vo am-
phibian facilities in the world.
Dunham HIKING
BOOTS $22.98 and up
2-Man NYLON TENT
with Rain Fly $41.98
2 Lb. Down SLEEPING
BAG $50.98 .
Primus MINI-STOVE
$11.98
G-1 GAS CANS
5 Gallon $11.98
TWO
ANN ARBOR
LOCATIONS:
201 E. Washington
ftt4th)'
994-3572
1166 Broadway
(north of Broodwav bridae)
769-9247
OPEN MON -SAT 9-6

School board to revise budget
(Continued from Page 3) Cappaert attributed the de- said.
largely raised through a curr- feat of the mill increase to the Spokespersons for the Human
ent tax levy of 32.55 mills. voters' "reluctance to yield Rights Party (HRP), which op-
Although Howard had propos- more money for another pur- posed the millage during the
ed ways of spending the millage pose" because of inflationary school bo- rd campaign, said
revenue, Cappaert said the pressures. yesterday the proposal's failure
items in that proposal, includ- The millage failure will have will not harm public school stu-
ing creation of curriculum co- an affect on negotiations cur- dents any more than present
ordinator and attendance coun- rently in process with the budget policies.
selor posts, will not necessarily teachers' union, Cappaert ad- "The faiire of the millage is
lose their funding, since the mnitted saying the budget cuts not what Nill hurt the students,
board can revise the whole bud- necessitated would mean that it's the priorities that are in the
get, "we all have to tighten our budget -- priorities that are not
HOWEVER, "the chances are belts more." controlled b students, parents
the bulk of those items listed T H E P O S S I B I I, I T Y and teachers," said Diana An-
as program restoration and im- of presenting another millage tin, a member of the HRP
provement will have to go," he increase proposal to voters is school board campaign com-
predicted. "under discussion," Cappaert utittee.
HUMPHREY BOGART in 1941
THE MALTESE FALCON
Bogart in his first truly great role as Sam Spade, a bad good guy and the
most hard-boiled detective in the business. Director John Huston's screen
debut is based on the Dashiell Hammett thriller about a priceless statue of
a block bird that keeps disappearing into the wrong hands. With Mary
Astor, Peter Loree, Sidney Greenstreet, and Word Bond.
EUGENE O'NEILL WEEKEND
Fri.: LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT
Sat,: EMPEROR JONES
Toni ht atARCHITECTURE
cinema guild 7:30 and 9:30 ADITOU
Are you still
reading
the way your
parents read?
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