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Havin'A Wld Weekend?
By DAVID KEEPS night, the Ann Arbor Film Co-
op presents Mel Brooks Night
nEVOTED CFLLULOID ad- (The Producers and The 12
dicts have a lot to choose Chairs) in MLB 3 and a Hitch-
from this weekend, as the film cock double bill that features
co-ops reopen to supplement lo- Blackmail and Young and Inno-
cal cinema offerings, which in- cent in MLB 4, complete shows
clude Robert Altman's-3 Wom- begin at 7 & 8:45. And, on Sun-
en, playing at the Michigan, and day, Brian Forbes' The Wrong
Fellini's freaky Casanova and Box, at 7 & 9, MLB 3.
the trendy reincarnation tale, N I G HTCLUBBING: Tillson-
Audrey Rose, both at Briarwood. Pierson Band at Mr. Floods.
Cinema II starts the summer Lightner ' strikes at The Road-
season with two Howard Hawks g t a o
casctearchetypal screw- house, $t cover, before 10 (665-
casc, othe 3s rnig 3967). Second Chance presents
ba aby, airinga30 BrinGn Foxx, with a $2 cover for stu-
and Katherine Hepburn, and dents. The Dittilies rock out
and Ktherne Heburn and with adtsonatTeU er
hardboiled detective drama in wt 0 on tTeUdf
The Big Sleep, featuring the ground, $1 cover.
scorching screen team of Bo- CATCH 'EM LIVE: Bonnie
gart and Bacall. The films play Raitt, Saturday night at Hill,
tonight and Saturday respective-' Average White Band and Wild
ly, at 7:30 and 9:30 in Aud. A, Cherry at Crisler, 8 p.m., Sun-
Angell Hall. day, and Sonic's Rendezvous
Bogart stars in tonight's Cine- Band, tonight and Saturday night
ma Guild offering, The African at Windsor's Big Daddy's
Queen, at 7:30 and 9:30 in the Lounge.
Old Arch Aud. Same time Satur- ARTSCOPE: Arborland spon-
day, The Marx Bros. spend A sors a "Starving Artist Sale" to-
Night At The Opera, and the day and tomorrow in the inside
co-op's free silent film program mall. Public schoolers, grades
begins with Berlin Symphony at K-12, their teachers and par-
8. ents exhibit artwork and handi-
A druggy double bill, The crafts in the Rackham Galleries,
Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour and The Alice Simsar Gallery
and Reefer Madness, plays to- located at 301 N. Main, fea-
night with complete shows at tures recent works by acrylic
7 & 8:45 in MLB 4. Saturday sculptor Vasa. The University
Museum presents a special show
by graduate students in Museum
Techniques entitled, "Pompeii,
"""A Source of Inspiration."
TOW ERS Sosethin wild going on next
weekend? Call David Keeps at
764-0562 with the particulars.
SAT., May 7, 8 p.m.
$6.00, $5.00, $4.00
Tickets available at Mich.
Union box office 11:30-5:30
Man.-Sat. At the door be-
ainnino at 6:00 p.m. Sorry,
no personal checks.
50 years of great music.
At one time there were many groups like them but they are the
lost of the old time strino bands. However, by the excitement that
they convey on stoqe they are hardly ready to retire. Howard on
fiddle and Carl on mandolin take the leads on each song, and
Ted fills in with chords as exquisite as his smile. Howard's tech-
nique on fiddle is a joy to watch, bowing from the shoulder until
things really start to cook. Meanwhile Carl is punctuatinq each
phrase with a twist of his head. Vocals are shared by all three,
with nobody singing the blues like Carl Martin does.
1214 s. university STARTS TONIGHT
C A MPUS SHOWS AT 7:00 & 9:00
Theatre Phone 668-6416 OPEN 6:45
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE AS
231 south state- STARTS TONIGHT
"LET'S DO IT AGAIN"
S T A TESHOWN AT 7:00
"UPTOWN SAT. NITE"
Theatre Phone 662-6264 SHOWN AT 9:00
HARLAN COUNTY U.S.A. j
U * * o From Wamei-r Bros CA Warner Communcations Comany
Produced and Directed by Barbara Kopple Principal Cinematography Hart Perry
Director of Editing Nancy Baker Rated PG