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May 07, 1971 - Image 11

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Friday, May 7, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven .

Friday, Moy7, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page E!even

This KOoKMAD
1.50 8 '3
Paul Ge eiia
HAS JUST RELEASED
HIS 2ND ALBUM
AND
IS BACK
TO KICK OFF
THE SUMMER
MUSICAL SEASON
WITH
COUNTRY BLUES
and
RAGTIME
NEXT WEEK:
Pam Ostergren
1411 Hill STREET
SaRE
Rect Daily
Classifieds

an original musical by JERRY 8 1IK
Ann Arbor Civic Theater presents

61 0
Box Office Op-n 10-8 Doiy
668-6300

"THE BRASS
AND GRASS
FOREVER !"
May 5-8; May 12-15
Mendelssohn Theatre
TICKETS:
Wed " and Thurs 5300
Fri and Sat 53 50

NATIONALGENERAL' HURRY! MUST
375 N. MAPLE RD END SOON!
769-1300 * SCOI
little Tonight
7:30
9:30
IN COLOR
R
20th Century-Fox presents
DONAL.DITGSUOLERLANDD _a_
ELLIOTA AOUARKAN

'U law- students help
in drafting local laws
Cniene:'d e:fromPae2 1use. Thee things have a bal-
was rather last, but we already lotting elcet,
had some things to go oie." That, in a larger sets, is tehat
Eventually, both the ordinance the LAB is really trying to achieve
Beentally,- law retorm.
requiring grocers to post the phos- s a group weith the
phate levels of detergents on their Suet sagopwti h
shelves and the ban on non-bio- law profession are more interested
degradable ones were passed. The than any other in law reform,
container ordinance, Bronaon says Pierce. "Today, when it takes
says, "is stalled up because of six years to argue a ease to the
sentiment that the problem should Supreme Court, it's easier just
be attacked county- or s tate - to get the legislators to change
btide. t tthe law. This is what the LAB
Brodn," ois all about."
Bronson, however, had h i g h Brown and Watts both agree
praise for the LAB's work. "I with this viewpoint, and the LAB
think they did a terrific job," he has some other sorts of projects
said. "We would have done it our- aimed more directly in that di-
selves. But a lot more manhours rection.
and taxpayer money would have
been involved and it might pos-
sibly have been less carefully Daily Official Bulletin
thought out,
"The time available for city at- Day Calendar
torneys to sit down and dream up spring Film Festival: "Bob & Carol
new ideas in the face of increas- & Ted & Alice," Aud. A, Angell Hail,
ing pressure on the criminal side is 7, s, t11 p.m.
not great," Bronson adds. "There
is also the advantage of having a Placenent
model for other communities to
3000 SAB.
fW hav5eqete atfew iAnsAror

NEED A INV.?
We've got 'em
Black & White $19.95 up
Portables and Consoles)
Colors $99.95 up
Call USED TV's
at 662-5495

CI A L I'' I\N E is
SuIJ) IUATEV V0l
A film as physically lovely as any I've seen in
years. It is so funny and so moving, so
immaculately realized, that almost any ordinary
attempt to describe it must, I think, in some
way diminish i CANBY, New York Times
"Incisive wit and ''CL A I R E' S
intellectual K N E E h as
stimulation! knocked me out!
C L A I R E' S I am not the type
KNEE far sur- 4 to call any movie
passes 'My Night a 'gem', but that's
At Maud's' in the what it is!"
--JACOB BRACKMAN,
glor i e s o f it s Esquire Magazine
scenes! Director "A highly liter-
Eri c R o h m e r ate work perpetu-
again proves pally charged with
himself a master anticipation! The
of film!" actors give amaz-
-JUDITH CRIST, --1ME P - *1
New York Magazine JEAN-CLAUDE BRIALY Ingly spo ntane-
FRENCH ERIC ROHMER ouS perform-
"One of the most C . THE 1N~r ances!"
One ofthe mot --PHYLLIB FUNKE,
precIisel y, per- : OTToRe, Morning Telegraph
fectly FrenchI'' C L A I R E' S
films I have seen. KNEE is beauti-
Extraordinary!' Rohmer has ful... it's justbeautiful! A unique
drawn excellent performances distillation of red roses and car-
from the entire cast. CLAIRE'S bolic acid and an unremitting de-
KNEE is most provocative." light! The performances are
-GAIL ROCK, Women's Wear Daily y,9 -BERNARD DREW,
amazing. Gannett News Service
"CLAIRE'S KNEE is a masterpiece! The kind of film each viewer should
discover and savor for himself. The actors are perfect in that they perform
perfectly and are cast with precision!" --HOLLIS ALPERT, Saturday Review

area jobs in the office; stop in and
browse; these are a few of them; for
more info., call 764-7460'
Ross Furniture, Grand Blanc (near
Flint), artist, new grad who wants to
learn newspaper advertising business;
no exper, required.
Ford Motor oC., Lincoln-M e r c u r y
Div., Dearborn, financial analyst, BA
in acetg, with very good grades; inter-
ested in getting MBA at night.
Parke-Davis, AA, asst. res. chemist,
BS or MS in chem with ockgd. in or-
ganic chem.; 2-5 years exper.
s Mental Heath Clinic,St .t CIoir
Shores, soeil worker or psyehologist,
Master's, some experinen in behavior
modification, case wrk. ability; o n e
opening now, one in July.
Resource Designs, inc., sales reps, or
sales engrs., BS or S, technical bckgd.
preferred; to sell special concrete pre-
servative.
Bixby Hospital, Adrian, Lab Tech,
dege n tomicrobiol. or ehew, mwtt
be certified.
Intermediate School Dist., M o n r o e,
physical therapist for orthopedically
hndcepd children.
Client of Professional Personnal Con-
sul..emicrobiologist, major in micro,
and minor in bio chem., or order may
be reversed; 5 .rs. active exper in
TONIGHT and SAT.

THE MAN WHO
SHOT LIBERTY
VALANCE
Directed by John Ford, 1962
With LEE MARVIN,
JAMES STEWART,
ANDY D E V I N E, LEE
VAN CLEEF
Nar and see the true story of
she shot Liberty Valance
ARCH ITECTURE
AUDITORIUM
MONROE & HAVEN STREETS
75c
755

1214 S. University
DIAL 8-6416

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Doors Open at 6:45

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