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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 14, 1972

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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 14, 1972

CINEMATI
presents
ROCK AND ROLL
REVIVAL
with
ELVIS PRESLEY
in
JAILHOUSE ROCK
and
ROLLING STONES
in
The TnAnMuI. Show
FRI.-SAT.-JUNE 161171
Jailhouse at 7:00 p.m.
T.A.M.l. at 9:30 p.m.
.. --.. -.. ...- .....- -. .-
AUD. A, ANGELL HALL
Tickets on sate at 6s a
admission 75c each thaw

cinema Rod Stewart for 'only' $5:
One: Demeaning, idiotic Someone's making money

By ,CHRISTOPHER PHILLIPS
"The first thing you do when
your old man walks is: Get a
lawyer, get a job and get laid."
If this quotation doesn't offend
you, stop right here. You'd pro-
bably enjoy One Is a Lonely
Number, and nothing I'm going
to say about this insulting, de-
meaning, obnoxious, insipid and
idiotic movie will change your
mind.
One is at best, a 90-minute
soap opera and at worst some
of the most expensive film lead-
er ever made by Hollywood.
Produced by David Wolper,
One is supposed to be the first in
a projected series about the new
'liberated women."
In reality it is anything but
that. One is the standard melo-
drama about a sweet, devoted

housewife, Amy, whose husband
suddenly leaves one day to live
with another woman.
Bravely, Amy tries to recon-
struct ther life without h e r
husband - but the period of re-
adjustment proves to be more-
painful for the audience than
for the pitiful neophyte divor-
cee.
During her ordeal she is be-
friended by a father figure fruit
and vegetable man, seduced by
a big-hearted married man, and
counseled by the president of the
local divorcee club who advises
Amy that she "can put ham-
burger on the table but you've
got to put filet mignon in bed."
Sounds naughty doesn't it?
Nevertheless One has been giv-
en the ubiquitous PG rating -
which means in this case that
anyone who sits through t h e
whole thing needs Professional
Guidance.

By PAUL TRAVIS
Arts Editor
The cost of enjoying top-
name rock talent seems to be
rising in Ann Arbor.
Witness the Rod Stewart and
the Faces and Badfinger con-
cert scheduled for Crisler Are-
na on July 5 by the University
Activities Center (UAC) and
Daystar productions.
UAC-Daystar plans on selling
all 14,000 seats in the arena,
including those behind the
stage. All the tickets will be
five dollar reserved seats sold
on a first 'come first served
basis starting tomorrow.
The reason for the high cost
of all the tickets has not been
explained. One source within
UAC charges, "It is because Sob
Bageris is taking a huge cut of
all the money. He's taking over
50 per cent. Bageris, a Detroit
concert promoter, has an "op-
tion" on almost all big name
talent coming into the lower
Michigan-Detroit area.
Bageris, when contacted yes-
terday, admitted he was getting

a cut but refused to say how
much. "Of course I'm getting a
cut, I'm supplying the talent,"
he said.
Members of-Daystar have been
out of town and those here
are unable to explain why even
the seats behind the stage are
being sold at the same five dol-
lar price being charged for the
rest of the arena.
Last fall, UAC-Daystar moved
its series of concerts out of
Crisler and into Hill Aud. for
the bettrsacoustics and lower
rental rates.
In last year's series the most
expensive tickets were $4.50.
The only recent concert at the
arena where all 14,000 seats
were put up for sale was last
year's Joan Baez concert. But at
that concert regular ticket pric-
es were two dollars and obstruc-
tive view seats went for a buck.
According toBageris, "Those
seats with an obstructive view
will be marked. The tickets will
be sold on a first come first
serve basis and people will know
where their seats are when
they buy them."
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FATHER'S DAY IS JUNE 18

The Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton
PERFORM
The Persecution and Assassination
of Jean-Paul Marat
under the direction of
The Marquis de Sade
JUNE 14-17 8 P.M.
EAST QUAD AUD.
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THE MEN'S STORE
LIBERTY AT MAYNARD
SHOP THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00

conspiracy presents
Agnes Varda's
LION'S LOVE
7
o
with JIM RADO VIVA! Superstar Gerome Rogri
and featuring director SHIRLEY CLARKE
LION'S LOVE is French director Agnes Yards's (Clec de 5 a 7, Le Banheur) color comedy asilage sOf the
American nay at life, including the assassinatisn sO Robert Kennedy; grasp ses; the murder attempt
an Warhsl by Valerie Salanis, author at the S.C.U.M. Manifests; group sex; a psoudo-dacumentary of
Ssuicide attempt by Shirley Clarke; and graup sea. Prisewinner at bath New York and San Francisca
Film Festivas-
starts TONIGH T, Wednesday and Thursday-7:30 & 9:30 p.m.
$1 .50 admission 330 MAYNARD free coffee, etc.

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