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May 23, 1975 - Image 5

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Michigan Daily, 1975-05-23

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Friday, May 23, 1975 THE M
ers. Golden F
I31 w eek long Depot - Starlight on the Persuasion,
COMMERCIAL CINEMA Rails, country, $50 (afternoon). Mr. Flo
A Chld UnderA Lef. (am- Golden Falcon - Free Flight, Lee Blues1
A ChIld U nder A tp 40, $2.00 Pretzel B
pus) - Starring Dyan Cannon. Mr. Flood's Party - Coeland gels, count
Four Musketeers - (Fifth Johnstonblues$1.00.
Forum) - This swashbuckling, Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, Socialist
slapst ck sequel to The Three bluegrass, $1.50. ing at 8 p
Musketeers isn't quite as good, EVENTS the Union.
but a raft of big names includ- Central Collegiate Conference
ing Michael York and Faye track meet at Ferry Field, 11
Dunaway still do a :ommend- a.m. $1.00 admission or $.50 wed
able job. .ith IA.
A Woman Under the Influence wi i'd
(Michigan) - Housewife .
Gena Rowlands and her hus- Knife in
band Peter Falk must cope with Arbor Film
her psychosis in John Cassa- MAY 25 gell, 7 and
vettes's sensitive drama. CINEMA about a lo
Breakout - (State)-Charles Bananas - Matrix, 7:30 and subtitles.
Bronson helps an innocent Ro- 9:30) - SeeMSaturday Cinema Frantic -
bert Duvall escape from prisan. MUSIC Arch. And.
Eiger Sanction - (Briarwood) Blind Pig - Goliard's Brass A man who
- Another Clint Eastwood mov- Ensemble, $.50. murder get
is Chances Are - Sonics Rn- valor whit
Shampoo - (Briarwood) - dezvous Band, rock, $1.00 stu- Renoir's A
Warren Beatty seduces his hair- dents, $1.50 others. Last Tan
dressing clients after hours, in- Dooley's - Ted Lucas Band, trix, 7:30
cluding Julie Christie and Gold- acoustic rock, no cover. ton Brando
ie Hawn. A flash and glit'er Golden Falcon - Free Flight, Maria Sche
film, top 40, $2.00. to escaped
Prisoner on Second Avenue - Mr. Flood's Party - Starlight
(Briarwood) - Jack Lemmon on the Rails, country, $75. Art - Ho
and Anne Bancroft struggle Blind Pig
through the upper-middle clas wheel, $1.0
blues. m oEaUyU Chances
Alice Doesn't Live Here Any MAY 26 rock, $1.00
More - (Briarwood) - A Hol- MEMORIAL DAY- ers.
ywood-style ending ruins this Legal Holiday Golden F.
otherwise poignant comedy CINEMA Mr. Flo
about a woman who sr's life Bananas - (Matrix, 7:30 and Lee Blues
over, pulling up stakes. After 9:30) - See Saturday Cinema. Pretzel B
Wednesday: Lepke. Underworld - (Cinema Guild, country, $t
Arch. Aud. 8) - Part of the
L,.J dav free Monday ight silent film tl
sa ru uav series, this one is about a Chi-
MAY 24 cago gangster. Also 'v t h
CINEMA shorts.
The Postman Always R gs MUSIC- peoun
Twice - (Cinema Guild, Arch. Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Aud. 7:30, 9:30)- H ur e Canc Red, blues, Are$-1.00
Cronyn, John Garfield, L a n a Band, blues, $1.00 stidents,
Turner. In the eternal triangle' $t 50 others.
Turner and her lover cons re Mr. Flood's Party - Bran
to do ia her husband. Lee Blues Baud, $.75.
To Have and Have Not - Music School - Caillon Re
(Cinema II, Aud. A Angell, 7:30' ius ool aril7 n Re-
9:30) - Bogart and Bacall star cita Hudson Ldd78 p m[
in Faulkner's adaptation of a 4
Hemingway novel.7, -Asday
Scarecrow - (New W o r Id
Film Coon, MLB, 3 7, 91 - Al MAY 27
Pacino and Gene lackmn as CINEMA
a lion and a lamb traveling Bananas - (Matrix, 7:30 and
along the road. 9:30) - See Sat. Cinema.
Bananas - (Matrix, 7:30 and Repulsion - (Ann Arbor Film
9:30) - Another zany Woody Co-op, Aud. A Angell, 7 and 9)
Allen film, this one about the - Catherine Deneuve in a Ro-
take-over of a banana republic. man Polanski film. English sub-
MUSIC titles.
Ark - Bill Vanaver & Livia MUSIC
Drankin, folk, $2.50. Blind Pig - Nelidioso, j a z z ,
Blind Pig - Workman's Blues $1.00.
Band, $1.00. Chances Are - Brainstorm,
Chances Are - Masquerade, rock, $1.00 students, $1.50 oth-
rock, $1.50 students, $2.00 oth- ers.
Rockwell
calculator SALE
861 R Advanced Slide Rule
SALE PRICE $65.00
list price 79.95
m63R Scientific Slide Rule
SALE PRICE $79.95

list price 99.95
SALE ENDS FRIDAY, MAY 23
open M-F 9:30-5:30 Sat 12-5

CHIGAN DAILY

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CHIGAN DAILY Page Five

N a
Falcon - Means of
soul, $2.00.
d's Party - Bryan
Band, $.75.
tell - Grievo!is An-
ry, $1.00.
EVENTS
Study groups form-
.m. in room 1394 of
"
lnesday
MAY 28
CINEMA
the Water - (Ann
Coop, Aud. A An-
9). - Polanski film
ye triangle. English
(Cinema Guild,
7:30a d 9:30) -
commits the perfect
s caught in as ole-
ol escaping. Short:
Day in the Country.
go in Paris - (Ma-
and 10:15) - Mar-
sexually dominates
eider in an attempt
during middle age.
MUSIC
otenanny, $1.00.
- Wolf and Icoy-
)0.
Are - Brainstorm,
students, $1.50 oth-
alcon-OOSoul, $1.00.
d's Party - Bryan
Band, $.75.
ell - Diamond Rio,
1.00.
ursday
MAY 29
CINEMA
d - Ann Arbor

Film Co-op, Aud. A Angell, 7
and 9) - Analyst Ingrid Berg-
man must clear amnesiac
Gregory Peck of a murder in
this Hitchcock mystery.
Last Tango in Paris - Mat-
rix, 7:30 and 10:15) - S e e
Wednesday cinema.
MUSIC
Blind Pig -Eagle Riding
Poppa, blues, $1.00.
Chances Are - Brainstorm,
rock, $1.00 students, $1.50
others.
Golden Falcon - Means of
Persuasion, soul, $2.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Michael
Smith and his Country Volun-
teers, $.75.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, $1.50.
Friday
MAY 30
CINEMA
Carnal Knowledge - (Ann Ar-
bor Film Co-op, MLB 3, 7, 9)-
Feiffer's bitter satire about sex
roles.
Wait Until Dark - (Ann Ar-
bor Film Co-op, MLB 4, 7:15,
9:15) - Blind housewife -Aud-

rey Hepburn is stalked by a
killer. Some suspenseful mo-
ments.
How Tasty Was My Little
Frenchman - (Cinema Guild,
Arch. Aud. 7:30, 9:30) - Brazil-
ian cannibals nab a French
trader. English subtitles.
La Dolce Vita - (Cinema II,
Aud. A Angell, 7, 10) - Fellini
film starring Mastroianni looks
at decadent modern Rome. Ital-
ian, with English subtitles.
Harold & Maude - (New
World Film Coop, Nat. Sci.
Aud., 7, 9) - One more time
around.
Last Tango in Paris - Matrix,
7:30 and 10:15) - See Wednes-
day cinema.
MUSIC
Ark - Norman Blake, folk,
$2.50.
Blind Pig - Reunion, jazz,
$1.00.
Chances Are - Brainstorm,
rock, $1.50 students, $2.00 oth-
ers.
Mr. Flood's Party - Grievous
Angels, country, $1.00.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, $1.50.

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