THE MICHIGAN DAILY
S4turdoy, August 14, 1971
Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, August 14, 1971
UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURCH
1001 E. Huron
10:00 am---The Lord's Prayer and Ours,"
Paul W. Swets
1:00 p.m--"Prayers of Life"
E ~Paul W. Swets
'CARNAL KNOWLEDGE' I
rU have experienced only three or
four movies that 1 was genuine-
ly sorry to see end. 1 was sorry K
to see 'CARNAL KNOWLEDGE'm
--nd" Vincent ConbyN.Y. Time
'CARNAL KNOWLEDGE' is
S one of the best movies ever!"
-Liz Smith, Cosmopolior
Mike Nichols, Jack Nicholson,
Candice Bergen, Arthur Garfunkel,
Ann-Morgret and Jules Feiffer
Q Carmnal Knowledge
Doors_____________ Shaves at
Ope at 1:15, 3, 5,
12:45 L WA 1 _v ,94P.M.
3" BIG FEATURES!
From the country "SEX an
I : A WOMAN,
I AM LOVE
YELLOWV ALL THE
' - WAY"
0+0itd yCNEA~ON OUTRES COORb-POST
Film groups on eampus clash
(Continuied frocm Page 1)
showings of the film by Orson
Welles, members and sympa-
thizers of ARM passed out leaf-
lets explaining their side of the
controversy, levelling s e v e r a 1
charges of their own, and call-
ing for a boycott of Orson
ARM hsd placed the ad, the
leaflet said, on the correct in-
formation that Films Inc., a na-
tional distributor, had cancelled
all business with Orson Welles.
Orson Welles, it explained, had
subsequently obtained the film
from another source.
Although Frank Pedi of Films
Inc. has refused comment on
his company's dealings with
Orson Welles, members of the
society have confirmed that the
concern has suspended business
The leaflet goes on to make
several charges against Orson
Welles, its former chairman, Art
Maurello, and its current chair-
man, Ed Crossmore.
Orson Welles, Crossmore, and
Maurello, it states have been
involved in "unethical and il-
legal" practices. The leaflet fur-
ther implies "harrassment" and
"criminal" -activities in dealings
I Love You,
Mice B. Tokias
7 & 9:30 p.m.
onn arbor film cooperatise
with other film societies and in
particular with ARM.
Maccello yesterday denied soy
part in the accused activities and
said he has cot beeo involved
with Orson Welles since the
Crossmore, when contacted
last night, denied all charges
nmade by ARM, saying "nothing
could be further from the troth."
Trouble with Orson Welles
film society, however, is noth-
ing new, as the group has been
coder investigation since early
Director of Student Organiza-
tions Vie Outman admitted yes-
terday that there is "definitely a
problem with the film societies."
Orson Welles, Gutman said, is
currently under investigation al-
though it is not, he said, "a ma-
Dery La! eitcar
SATURDAY, AUGU5ST 14
School of Public Health: Anna
AwaordsCtremsisy, Pub. Healtih And.,
Ann Arbor Film cpraetive: "Moni-
key Bsic «."Anid. A. Angell H aIlI
7, 0:30 p.iii
Trn Michigailm ,IiSoc. aiiiiEcoi-
mica iCam~pus.Ctr: "Throucgh A tGlas
Darkly," Firsi t ist Chuech, 502 E.
Huons7.30. 9:30 pci.
Sch. of Music: Opera.,RRo'sinis"Bac.
ber cfeii'e,"cjMenidelsshn 'Theatr.
NewmaniStuident A'soc.: "The i'awn-
broker," SNewmiiiniCt , 09ii~ii
The investigation, Gutman
said, results from complaints
from film distributors.",
Crossmore said the investiga-
tion is "fine with me," adding
that Orson Welles has "nothing
Gutman explained yesterday
that he was trying to take ac-
tion to halt the deteriorating re-
lations between the campus' war-
ring film groups.
A meeting between film groups
has been called, he said, to "put
an end to the uncooperative
Among things to be discussed
at the meeting, he said, are new
SOC rules to regulate film so-
Among these rules would be a
regulation requiring all film
groups to order their films
through the SOC office,
SUNDAY, AUGUST 15
Summer Commencement: Hill Aind., 2
Astronamy Det.t: Open House at
Raidio-Astroncomys Obervaory. Pce a i'
Ht., 10280 N. Teeritocial Hd., 2-4.30
Rocik Co'cert:Cail 769-9405 fcor li-
Summe FilmFestival: 'ciiey Shci
Horses, Dn't 'Tieyi" Audi. A, Angell
Hall,. 5, 7:30. 10 pcm.
School atf5Music: Operai Rossinii's
"Barbeof Srilli, ne' riss0oiii Thieai-
MOND)AY, AUGUEST 16
Sri,. of Music: Operii, Hussiiis 'Bau.
bir of Si'ville,"' Menidelssohn Thciatre', 8
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Political Sciece Students: Esarl1y
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