THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, May 6, 1977
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Tickets will be available the day
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Eat at Joe's
Joe Frazier, wearing a chef's outfit serves a fried chicken dinner to Duane Bobick. The fighter
turned cook during a press conference and luncheon at Madison Square Garden.
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UN., MAY 8, 1977
LER ARENA-8 P.M.
served Seats $7-$6
n Union Box Office (763-2071) Mon.-Sat. 11:30-5:30.
of the show (Sun., May 8th) at the Crisler Arena Box
onal checks. Presented in association with UAC.
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OPEN 11 A.M. MON.-SAT., 1 P.M. SUN.
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Friday, May 6 MLB-7 & 10:30
See John, Paul, George, and Ringo sing "Fool on the Hill," "I am
the Walrus," "Your Mother Should Know," and more in this
extraordinarily entertaining and funny film. "Come with us now to
that special place, where the eyes of man have never set foot!" With
the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and other assorted freaks and
oddities. Also rare early footage of the foursome in Liverpool,
recording sessions with zany interviews, and the pandemonium
that was Beatlemania.
Leo Gasnier, 1936) MLB 3-8:45 only
Originally titled "TELL YOURC HILDREN" an anti-marijuana
propaganda film now regarded as ridiculously camp. The weed is
described as "the new drug menace which is destroying the youth
of America!" With THE MYSTERY OF THE LEAPING FISH (John
Emerson, 1916) the classic "Cocaine Comedy" with Douglas Fair-
banks, Sr., as detective Coke Ennyday-a parody of Sherlock
Holmes. Scenario by Tod Browning, supervised by D.W. Griffith.
Saturday, May 7:
(Hitchcock) MLB 4-7 & 10:30
"YOUNG AND INNOCENT
(THE GIRL WAS YOUNG")
(Hitchcock) MLB 4-8:45 only
(Brooks) MLB 3-7 & 10:'30
"THE TWELVE CHAIRS"
(Brooks) MLB 3-8:45 only
Humphrey Bogart in his award-winning performance, is the drinking captain
of THE AFRICAN QUEEN who befriends a spinsterish missionary, played by
Katherine Hepburn. As they both try to escape the Germans in Africa, they
come to respect each other though they are as different as God and rum.
With colorful photography shot on location, a witty script by James Agee,
and wonderful acting, this is one of Huston's finest films.
Sat.: Marx Bros. A NIGHT AT THE OPERA
TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD.
7:30 & 9:30 Admission $1.,.5