Page 6--Friday, May 12, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Friday, May 12
Director-WOODY ALLEN, 1977
Winner of four major Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director,
and Actress-ANNIE HALL is the amusing but realistic depiction of the
"nervous romance" between Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. A cohesive
plot of love, conflict, struggle, and resolution emerges in this sophisticated
comedy. Marshall McLuhon in a surprise spot. English with subtitles.
Friday, May 12: 7:00, 8:40, 10:20-Aud. A
Saturday, May 13-Truffaut's BED & BOARD
DAILY EARLY BIRD MATINE ES-- Adults $1.25
DISCOUNT SISFORSHOWS STARTING BEFORE 1:30
MON. tku SAT. 10 A.M. til 1:3d P.M. SUN. & HOLS. 2 Noon til 1:30 P.M.
EVENING ADMISSIONS AFTER 5:00, $3.50 ADULTS
Monday-Saturday 1:30-5:00, Admission $2.50 Adult and Students
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Sunday-Thursday Evenings Student & Senior Citizen Discounts
Children 12 And Under, Admissions $1.25
TICKET SA LES
1. Tickets sold no sooner than 30 minutes
prior to showtilne.
2. No tickets sold later than 15 minutes
ILL CLAYBURGH ALAN BATES Ri
Panther chief Newton
jailed for bar brawl
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP)-Black volving disclosure of government files
Newton said would prove a conspiracy
Panther leader Huey Newton was against him.
arrested in a barroom brawl yesterday Newton said he returned from Cuba
near this coastal university city where to clear his name and his party's
he was living while awaiting trial on a reputation. He contended that Oakland
Newton, 36, and two other men were police were fearful of the party's
booked for investigation of assault with political clout and hoped to destroy it by
intent to commit murder following a
melee at a bar in nearby Aptos, the San-v
ta Cruz County sheriff's office said.
Also booked were Robert Herd, 29, and
William Moore, 43, officers said.
ALL THREE were held on $25,000
bail. Deputies said at least two shots
were fired in the incident about 100
miles south of San Francisco.
A 26-year-old Aptos man, Kenny Hall,
was treated and released at a hospital
for a minor head wound, officers said.
Bob Noonan, Santa Cruz County
assistant district attorney, said Newton
would probably be brought to court
today for arraignment.
THE SLENDER Newton, a con-
troversial figure since he co-founded
the Black Panther Party in 1966, has
been living here for several months and
taking postgraduate courses at the
University of California at Santa Cruz.
He ended a two-and-one-half year
self-imposed exile in Cuba last July to
return to the United States to face trial
on charges of shooting a 17-year-old
Oakland prostitute who died after he
fled the country. He also was accused of Huey Newton
assault in the pistol-whipping of his
tailor in a separate incident.
Newton had been free on $80,000 bail discrediting him.
and resumed his active leadership of HE SERVED 22 months in state
the prty.e Elai e rownwho ad- prison for voluntary manslaughter in
ministered party affairs while he was the shooting death of an Oakland
gone, left Oakland a few weeks later policeman, but the conviction was
amid reports of a rift between her and reversed on appeal in 1970. The charges
Newton. were dropped after two subsequent
trials ended in hung juries.
POLICE HEADQUARTERS declined Last October, the prosecutor in the
comment on the arrest of Newton, who murder case against Newton, Tom
is the undisputed leader of the party Orloff, said in court that three gunmen
that dropped its strident, gun-toting had attempted to assassinate a key
image in 1970 and has since emphasized state witness. Louis Johnson, 27, who
community programs and ballot box Orloff said was one of the gunmen and
power. whose last known address was Black
His attorney, Sheldon Otis, was Panther headquarters, was killed in an
unavailable for comment. exchange of gunfire in the incident.
Newton's murder trial has been Newton, through his attorney, denied
delayed by protracted legal hassles in- any knowledge of an assassination plot.
The Ann Arbor Film Cooperative
presents at MLB 4
Friday, May 12
HIS GIRL FRIDAY
(Howard Hawks, 1940) 7 & 10:20-MLB4
In this classic comedy, Hawks used thewisecrack theway silentcomedians used a custard pie and
invented a new verbal slupstick. ROSALIND RUSSELL is on unscrupulous str reporter who is torn
between the scoop of a life-time and the romance of dull bourgeois respectability (played by
RALPH BELLAMY as a mama's-boy stooge). CARY GRANT is her even more unscrupulous editor
who will use anymeans (so long as they're foul) to keep her on the paper. The crew of reporters
includeasome of the funniest character torsin American film(Ernest Truex, Roscoe Krns, Frank
Jenks, and Regis Toomey). "The greatest newspapercomedy of them al."-Paulin Koel.
BRINGING UP BABY
(Howard Hawks, 1938) :4ony-MLB4
if you had to pick a director who consistently got the best performance from CARY GRANT, it would
have to be a toss between Hawks and Hitchcock.,With this zany story of a staid paleontologist,
whose orderly life is dereoiled by a dotty, beautiful heiress (KATHERINE HEPBURN), a leopard, a
wire-haired terrier, anda'roebone, the screwball comedyreached its pinnacle.Insanely funny and
touching-missing it would be an act of self-deprivation along the lines of celibacy. "The American
movies' closestequivalent to Restoration Comedy. This is Hepburn's best comedy."-Pauline Kel, With
BARRY FITZGERALD-MAY ROBSON, CHARLIE RUGGLES, FRITZ FELD.
Tomorrow: "THE SEVENTH VOYAGE OF SINBAD" and
"JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS"