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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 4, 1977

MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
SEMINAR SERIES
MICHAEL J. KUHAR
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
"Histochemical Localization of Opioid
Receptors and Peptides"
MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1977
SEMINAR: 3:45 p.m., Room 1057
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ANN AIAAV ILM C)-CI
EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS
WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX
(Woody Allen, 19721 7,8:45, & 10:30-MLB 3
Woody Allen doing to Dr. Ruben's book what should be done to
Dr. Ruben's book. At once a parody of pop psyche and movies them-
selves, EVRYTHING takes hilarious shots at Italian neo-realism,
Shakespeare, schlock horror films, 2001, notorous army training
films, and the sexual misinformation we as learned beind the
awngs M I me s and marvelous. With John Carradine, Lynn
Iedgrae, Loaise Lasser, and Lo Jacbi.
DESTINATION MOON
Ilrvini Pichel, 19501 7;00 ony-MLB 4
Gorge Pal's classic science ficton adventure, "the one that began
the SF boom of the fitltes," concerns an amazing voyage to the
moon. Winner of an Academy Award for special effects and voted
the outstanding film by Film Estimate Board of National Organi-
zatons for 1950.
INVADERS FROM MARS
iW.C. Menziers, 1953) 8:45 only-MLB 4
It's a nightmare come true! The Martians have secretly landed,
they've started amassing human slaves, they're turning people
into programmed zombies one by one! A little boy is the only
witness to the landing and no one believes his story. This chilling
tale of. a youngster's helplessness and terror is brought to you by
W. LAND, who was art director for GONE WITH THE WIND, and
who directed the wildly imaginative sclence-fantasy THINGS TO
COME
ANGRY RED PLANET
U.B. Melchoir, 1960) 10:30 only-MLB 4
Stanley Cortz' filtered photography creates an hallucinatory at-
mosphere of Mars, a bizarre and hostile planet. Extraterrestrial
evils Include man-eating plants, three-eyed bat-spiders, and an
amoeba the size of Portage Lake. Good sci-fi fun.
"
Sunday, June 5
JOSEF YON STERNBERG NIGHT
Arrogant, proud, at times a tyrant, von Sternberg was also a
genius filmmaker. here are three of his great films, including the
Ann Arbor Premiere of perhaps his greatest.
BLONDE VENUS
Josef von Sternber, 1932) 7:00 only-MLB 3
Marlene Dietrich in an outrageous tale of Mother Love! Yes, Mar-
lene sacrifices all-well, almost all-for ailing husband (Herbert
Marshall) and innocent son. This is the film in which she does the
fantastic "Hot Voodoo" number! Also stars Cary Grant, Dickie Moore.
ANATHAN
Josef von Sternber, 1953) 8:45 only-MLB 3
After battling studio front offices throughout his career, von
Sternberg was finally able to make a film in which he had total
artistic control. The film, ANTHAN, is based on an incident after
World War II in which a group of Japanese soldiers and a single
woman are stranded on a subtropical island. Von Sternberg pro-
duced, wrote, narrated, photographed and directed it, and it's his
ultimate masterpiece, a poem of light and illusion. Ann Arbor
Premiere.
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
Josef von Sternber, 1936) 10:30 only-MLB 3
Dostoyevsky's feverish masterpiece about an intellectual who tries
to commit the perfect crime has inspired everything from the course
of western literature to COLUMBO. Von Sterberg's version Is easily
one of the best film adaptations, and his obsession with (and bril-
liance in realizing) atmosphere makes the lurid and oppressive
shadows of the novel almost palpable. But the hero of the project
is Peter Lorre as Raskolnkov the murderer-one of his two greatest
screen performances. Lorre incarnates the decadence of the student
who thinks he's superman and who is driven insane by his need to
confess.
0
Monday, June 6
ROBERT ALDRICH NIGHT
After seven years as an assistant director (for Renoir, Weilman,
Milestone and Chaplin, to name a few), Robert Aldrich began a
directing career that has turned out some of the most frank, un-
compromised films of the past few decades. Tonight we are showing
the best of his films.
ATTACK
(Robert Aldrich, 1956) 7:00 only-MLB 3
A tight, intense war film, set on the European front in 1944. A
lieutenant, (Jack Palance) is sent to capture a farmhouse and
threatens to kill the cowardly captain (Eddie Albert) who sent him
there, if he is not given aid when under fire. Aldrich's direction
displays a sense of moral and social outrage rarely seen during
these Eisenhower years. Also stars Lee Marvin.
ULZANA'S RAID
(Robert Aldrich, 1972) 9:00 only-MLB 3
This brutally honest and highy intelligent Western is one of the
most underrated films of the seventies. Ulean is an Apache chief
who, with a handful of warriors, escapes from a reservation for the
freedom of one last doomed raid. A morally complex and disturbing

film, it features one of Burt Lancaster's very best performances.
The violence in ULZANA'S RAID is never exploitative or gratuitous
but neither is it soft-peddled, so the film is not for the squeamish.
"ULZANA'S RAID is a film so unsentimental and provocative that
it should restore a measure of faith in the action film."-Vincent
Canby.

Soviets unveil new Brezhnev
constitution' to replace Stalin s

MOSCOW (1F) - The Krem-
lin yesterday gave the world
its first glimpse of a long-pro-
mised new constitution for the
Soviet Union, a document that
is supposed to carry the coun-
try toward full communism.
The new document, first pro-
mised by the late Nikita
Krushchev in 1959, bears the
stamp of the present Com-
munist party chief, Leonid
Brezhnev, and is designed to
replace the 1936 "Stalin Consti-
tution."

Soviet leaders, the others be-
ing Brezhnev and Premier Al-
exei Kosygin.
THE NEW draft constitution
is a blueprint for Soviet social,
political and foreign policy de-
velopment surpassing the scope
of the 9,000-word document en-
acted under the late Joseph
Stalin,
For the first time it describes
the Soviet Union as a "state of
the whole people," rather than
a union of worker and peasant
classes. The structure of the

IT WAS approved May 23 by country as a union of national-
a committee headed by Brezh- ity - based republics is appar-
nev and is to be discussed na- ently preserved, according to
tionwide before its expected the official summary, but the
adoption on the Soviet Union's constitution will recognize a
60th anniversary this October. "natural drawing closer togeth-
A preview of the new consti- er of the nations."
tution published by the Soviet On human rights, the docu-
press agency Novosti gave no ment repeats the promises in
details, however, on the rumor- Stalin's constitution of freedom
ed government reorganization of speech, press and assembly
that is expected to eliminate the and of the inviolability of the
office of president, now held by person and of the home. But, as
Nikolai Podgorny, in Stalin's document, these
Podgorny was recently drop- rights may not' be exercised
ped from the ruling Politburo against the interests of the So-
in what was seen as the first cialist state.
step toward his removal from
power as one of the three top "OF COURSE, the draft of
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the new constitution proceeds
from the assumption the exer-
cise of the rights and freedoms
by citizens must not prejudice
the interests of society and the
state and the rights of other
citizens," Novosti said.
"Responsibility to society and
the conscientious fulfillment of
one's duty to the state and the
people is the supreme injunc-
tion to a citizen."
The constitution, the na-
tion's fourth , since 1918, also
contains these points, accord-
ing to the summary:
* The Soviet Union has be-
come an "advanced and ma-
ture Socialist society" that
needs a new constitution to
guide its way toward commu-
nism. No estimate when full
communism will be reached is
given.
" The constitution focuses on
the Communist party more
than the Stalin constitution did,
though the party has in fact
fully controlled the country and
all state machinery since the
Bolshevik Revolution.-
0 The principle "from each
citizen according to his ability
to each according to his work
is continued from Stalin's con-
stitution. Under perfect com-
munism, each citizen is sup-
posed to work to the best of his
ability and be compensated ac-
cording to his need.
" Soviet citizens are guaran-
teed "a free choice of profes-
sion," though the obligation of
all citizens to work at some-
thing is retalned. The constitu-
tion also formalizes citizens'
rights to make proposals, com-
plaints and legal appeals to of-
ficial organizations and "the
right to protection from any
trespass on a peron's life and
health, property, personal free-
dom, honor and dignity."
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. Indigestion or difficulty
In swallowing.
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or mole.
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