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diy, June 10, 1977 THE MICH
avin' A Wild Weekend? Gas

I GA N DAILY

Page Seven

Dooley's gets bomb threat

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CURTAIN CALL: Cinderella
s presented by MM productions
this weekend and next at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
TOP FILM: Murnau's classic
Nosferatu, the original version
of classical vampire legend is
screened for free this Sunday,
thanks to the folks at Cinema
;iuild (Arch. Aud., 8 p.m. only).
NIGHTCLUBBIN': A m anda

Bailey, country and western s a i
warbler performs a benefit for S 0 10
the Ark, tonight and tomorrow
and Ramblin' Jack Elliot does
two shows Sunday at 8 & 10:30.
Tucker Blues Band plays Mr. h i t fo
Flood's. M u g s y wraps - up a
week's engagement at Second
Chance tonight and Saturday,
joining Sonic's Rendezvous Band $
and Destroy All Monster for a

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Dooley's tavern, located at
310 Maynard St. received a
bomb threat Wednesday short-
ly after 6 p.m.
According to police the bar
received a phone call from a
moan who claimed that a bomb
was planted somewhere in the
building and that it would ex-
plode sometime Wednesday eve-
ning.
POLICE WERE alerted, how-
ever, officers were unable to
find any trace of a bomb. No
one was evacuated from the

building and the bar remained
open for business throughout
the night.
Dooley's manager J o h n
Cleveland refused to discuss
the bomb threat.
"It's nobody's business but
ours and the police's if we get
a bomb threat," he snipped.
Americans eat more bananas
than any other fruit, including
apples, says National Geo-
graphic. In 1975 the banana
consumption was 19.65 pounds
per capita.

Sunday triple-header.

An armed robbery took place
at Speedway gasoline station
located at 906 Main St. The
theft, which robbed the station
of approximately $130, took
place around midnight.
According to police, an un-
identified man pulled a knife on
the attendant working at the
time, and demanded that the
attendant give him all the mon-
ey in the cash register. The at-
tendant gave him the money,
and the man fled.
Although no arrest has been
made, police say that they have
a suspect in the robbery. The
man is described as being of
medium height and weight, and
is approximately 30 years old.
Interesting facts
Pancho Villa's real name was
Doroteo Arango. He was born
in the state of Durango in
northern Mexico in 1877. lIe
was assassinated in 1923.
The capital of New Zealand is
Wellington, located on the ex-
treme southwestern tip of
North Island.
TONIGHT at:
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Daily Photo by [AVID KE >S
NIAGARA, of "Destroy All Monsters," adds a special touch of
magic to the group's selections, including "Vampire," "You're
Gonna Die" and the band's theme, "We're the Monsters
(Watch Out!)." D.A.M. appears Sunday at Second Chance.
ANAI14V IEM C-CID
Friday, June 10
HAROLD AND MAUDE
Hal Ashby, 1971) - 7 & 10:30-MLB 3
A charming lovenstory of a necrophiliae teenager and an 80-year-
old lady. Their meeting and their romance is a lovely modern fairy
tale set aglow by some sharp fresh labs at motherhood, the military,
psyelijatry, and computer dating. Music by Cat Stevens. A cult film
teople see five or six times. Ruth Gordon, Bud Cart, Vivian
MORGAN!
Karl Reisz, 1966) :45 only-MLB 3
A , oftheat se"166-ishcomhedy about a neurotic yongaMarxist,
DavidWarer, whobha fntaiesaount binn ' orila, ad wohs
to bck os rich ex-wife, Vanessa Redgrave, who only married
hi- frseu ity.
STEAMBOAT BILL, JUNIOR
Charles F. Reisner, 1927) 7:00 only-MLB 4
"Iysgseat film akes pla*t as the Mississippi aocusint on
hebitter rivalry at two riverboat ow'ners and Keaton's favorite
:e oatan effete youth who n isextended by reios and turns out,
ea himself, a hers. Tinecoilman is the famous cyconerscene,
arb ab the most credible physical disaster ever planned for a
e, in which a two-ton wall crashes down around a bewildered
Plus Short: COPS (1922)
he f tstfunniest shorts ever made. Buster is mistaken
, anarchist and pursued through the streets of New York by
-lre police force in a chaw; scene to end all chase scenes.
THE GENERAL
'Siter Keaton and Clyde Bruckmon, 1926) 9:00 only-MLB 4
O1o of the few comedies that is as great cinematically as it is
(omedically. "The General" is a train hijacked by union soldiers.
Johinny Reb Keaton must steal it back and prove himself worthy
alta again) of the woman of his dreams. widely considered Kea-
t. laste.piece, it was voted "Second Best"Comedy of All Time"
lInternational Poll of Film Critics, and they probably under-
Plus Short: THE PLAYHOUSE (1921)
side-splitting homage to hisvaudeville youth in which
K Is"the whole show." Silent.
Saturday, June 11
THE WAY WE WERE
Svey Pollack, 1973) 7 & 9-MLB 3
KINGS OF THE ROAD
twI Wonders, 1976) 7:00 only-MLB 4
THE KING OF HEARTS
Ph"llPe de Broco 1967) 10:00 only-MLB 4

p..
BOB RAFELSON'S 1970
FIVE EASY PIECES
A brilliant character study of a classically-trained musician of
promise who gives up that career to work on an oil rig. Voted the
best film of 1970 by New York film critics, it probes family rela-
tionships and expectations and the burden of potential. Jack
Nicholson gives what many consider his first Academy-Award
winning performance as the frustrated musician. Fine supporting
performances by Karen Black, Susan Anspach and Sally Struthers.
Sat.: ADAM'S RIB
CIWFMAA (GILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. A UD.

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v l ,qAwRvlAr% %a w n sww 7:30 & 9:30 Admission

ai $.25

MICHELANZELO ANTONIONI'S 1961
4 LA NOTTE
Antonioni's follow-up to L'AVENTURA depicts one night in the
life of Milanese writer undergoing an emotional crisis. Marcello
Mastriani stars, with Jeanne Moreau as his wife. The film is es-
pecially noted for Antonioni's classic compositions. Italian, with
subtitles.

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TONIGHT AT ANGELL HALL-Au
7:30 & 9:45 Admissiot

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