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Fridby, May 30, 1975


Page Five

Fricllsy, May 30, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

a wBlind Pig - Reunion, jazz, America at
a w ee $1.00. tury, direct
Chances Are - Brainstorm,
ALL WEEK rock, $1.50 students, $2.00 oth- Blind Pig
COMMERCIAL CINEMA ers. Red, boogie
Depot Cafe - George Peder- Chances2
A Child Under a Leaf - sen, blues, $.50. way, rock,
(Campus) - Dyan Cannon in an Golden Falcon - Free Flight, others.
insipid drama about a house- rock, $1.00. Mr. Flood
wife with a lot of problems. Mr. Flood's Party - Grievous folk and bl
Return of the Pink Panther- Angels, country, $1.00. Music Sc
(Fifth Forum) - Peter Sellers Pretizel Bell - RFD Boys, cital, Helen
in the latest misadventures of bluegrass, $1.50.
inspector Clouseau. EVENTS.
A Woman Under the Influence
-(Michigan) - Housewife ISMRRD - Human Fulfill- 'u
Gena Rowlands and husband ment: Helping the Retarded
Peter Falk attempt to deal with Achieve Healthful Sexual Ex-
their respective psychoses in perience at ISMRRD headquar-
John Cassavettes painful and ters, 130 S. First.
incisive drama. 400 Blows
Breakout - (State, till Wed.) Coop, Andt
-Charles Bronson helps an in- Satrd a fistruggles
nocent Robert Duvall escape with the ad
from prison. MAY 31w
Mandingo - (State, from
Wed.) - James Mason and CINEMA Blind Pig
Susan George in the film ver- Harold and Maude - (New jazz, $1.00.
sion of the best selling novel, World, Nat. S$0A0d., 7&9) - .
a tale of sadism and lust in And again.$00.
ante-bellum South. Pure swill. High Sirra-(Cinema Guild, Mr. Fion
The Eiger Sanction - (Briar- Arch. Aud., 7:30 & 9:30) - lSmcn
wood) - Clint Eastwood direct- Raoul Walsh's stylish gangster teers, coun
ed this one, something about film, with Humphrey Bogart as Pretzel B
some spies who climb a moun- Mad Dod Earle, a killer on the gels, counts
tain. run from the police. Also star-
Shampoo - (Briarwood) - ring Ida Lupino. d
Warren Beatty as a Hollywood L'Avventura - (Cinema, And.
hairdresser with a Don Juan A, Angell Halt, 7&9:30) - The
complex. An uneven social sa- film that gave Antonioni his first
tire that has its moments, but international recognition is set
somehow doesn't come togeth- in aristicratic postwar Italy,
er. and involves the search for a Portraito
Prisoner of Second Avenue- young woman who vanishes un- Guild, Arch
(Briarwood) - Jack Lemmon der mysterious circumstances. Cinema ver
and Anne Bancroft in the film MUSIC 33-year-old
version of the hit Neil Simon Ark - Norman Blake, folk sexual pro
play about beleaguered urban- guitar, $2.50. Shirley Ca
tes coping with life in the Big Blind Pig - Reunion, jazz, Ark - A
Apple. $1.00. Ak-A
Lepke - (Briarwood) - Tony Chances Are - Brainstorm, Blind Pig
Curtis as'a member of Murder rock, $1.50 students, $2.00 oth- jazz, $1.00.
Inc. You're on yoursown - ers. Chances A
Last Tango in Paris-(Mat- Depot Cafe - George Peder- no cover
rix, until Tues.) - Marlon sen, blues, $.50. men.
Brando and director Bernardo Mr. Flood's Party - (Griev- Golden F
Bertolluci collaborated on this ous Angels, country, $1.00. Soul, soul,
stunning film which Pauline Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, Mr. Flood
Kael wrote "altered the face of bluegrass, $1.50. Angels, cou
an artform." EVENTS
A Streetcar Named Desire- Women's Cultural Center Cof-
(Matrix, from Tues.) - The fee House, musical entertain- titi
Tennessee Williams drama that ment at Guild House, 802 Mon-
put Brando on the map. Ella roe St., at 9 p.m.
Kazan directed.
Sunday The Rulin
bor Film
f iday JUNE 1 gelt Hall, 7
satire on
MAY 30 Harold and Maude - (New c 'w
CINEMA World, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7&9 pm) Blind Pig
- Just in case you missed it $1.00.
Harold and Maude - (New on Friday or Saturday. Golden F
World, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7&9) - MUSIC Persuasion,
Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort. Ark - Norman Blake, folk Mr. Flon
Once again. guitar, $2.50. Smith and
Carnal Knowledge - (Ann Chances Are - Brainstorm, leers coun]
Arbor Film Coop, MLB Aud. rock, $1.00 students, $1.50 oth- Pretzel B
3, 7&9) - Mike Nichols' exam- ers.b
ination of what men and wom- Del Rio - jazz music, no cov- bluegrass,
en do with, and to, each other. er (afternoon). American
Wait Until Dark - (Ann Ar- Depot Cafe - Starlight on the presents th
bor Film Coop, MLB Aud. 4, Rails, folk, no cover, west at th
7:15 and 9:15) - Audrey Hep- Golden Falcon - Agent 00- cafeteria fr
burn and Alan Arkin in a ter- Soul, soul, $1.00.
rific thriller about a recently Mr. Flood's Party - Melodio-
blinded housewife terrorized by so, latin jazz, $.75 (afternoon)
criminals, and Tim Carr, folk, $.50 (even-
How Tasty Was My Little ing).
Frenchman - (Cinema Guild, EVENTS
Arch Aud.,7:30 and 9:30) - Bike Club 40-60 mile ride,
Brazilian black vomedy about meet on the Diag at 9 a.m.
a 16th century French trader Audience requested topics will
captured by Brazilian Indians. be discussed at -the Planetar-
Banned from the Cannes Film ium in the Exhibit Museum at
Festival for excessive nudity. 3 p.m.
La Dolce Vita - (Cinema II,
Aud. A, Angell Hall, 7&10) -
Fellini's masterpiece on the de- -1 3iId ay i
cay of modern Rome. With Mar-
cello Matrolanni and Anouk JUNE 2

Tol'able David - (Cinema 76-
Ark- Norman Blake, folk gui- Guild, Arch. Aud., free, silent,
tar, $2.50, 8:00) - A recreation of life in

. N
the turn of the cen-
ed by Henry King.
- Boogie Woogie
woogie, $1.00.
Are - Hotfoot High-
$1.00 students, $1.50
's Party - Gemeni,
ues, no cover
hool - Carillon Re-
Fan, 7-8 p.m.
- (Ann Arbor Film
A, 7&9) - Truffaut's
re, chronicling the
a a twelve year old
ult world.
- Melidosio, latin
alcon - Jazz group,
d's Party - Mike
his Country Volun-
try, $1.00.
ell - Grievous An-
ry, $.75.
of Jason - (Cinema
. Aud., 7:30&9:30)-
ite documentary of a
black male homo-
stitute, directed by
mateur night, $.75.
- All Directions,
Are - Lightnin, rock,
or women and 1.00
alcon - Agent 00-
's Party - Grevious
ntry, $.75.
tg Class - (Ann Ar-
Coop, Aud. A. An-
&9:45) - Pitch black
the British upper
Peter O'Toole.
- Reunion, jazz,
alcon - Means of
soul, $1.00.
d's Party - Mike
his Country Volun-
try, $.75.
ell - RFD Boys,
Heritage Nights
e American North-
e Michigan League
-om 5-7:15 p.m.

Everest conquered
A Chinese expedition reached the top of Mt. Everest Tuesday.
The team members included a woman, making this the second
time women have reached the top of the fabled mountain.
Blank paper-key to
training a Picasso

If parents want their children
to be creative, they shouldn't
give them coloring books, says
one art expert.
"The child needs to develop
an individual approach to real-
ity through his art," says Dr.
Merle Flannery of the Univer-
sity of Florida's College of Ed-
ucation. "A coloring book sug-
gests that there is a mold he
has to fit into."
SHE suggests giving a child
a blank piece of paper and
crayons, instead of formalized
coloring books with objects to
be filled in.
"It's much better for the
child to find out for himself
what his visual representattion
of life is," Dr. Flannery says.
"A parent would not ask a
three-year-old to speak a com-
plete sentence, but he would ask
the child to draw a house."
She also advises parents not
to pass judgment on the child's
primitive art.
"ONCE I gave a three-year-
old paper and a crayon," she

said. "The child had never
drawn before, so he was cau-
tious at first. But then he en-
thusiastically started drawing
lines and circles all over the
place.He was really haveta
good time."
"Immediately, t h e mother
stopped the child, saying 'Don't
mess up the paper. Draw a
bunnv.' The little boy sat there
bewildered, because to him
that bunny didn't mean as much
as his scribbles."
Dr. Flannery said parents of-
ten force a child to advance
too quickly artistically, when
they expect normal develop-
ment in other areas.
"A CHILD babbles before he
talks, crawls before he walks
and scribbles before he draws,"
she says.
"I guess the parents think
there must be something wrong
with the child if. he doesn't
draw reality as they see it. Ac-
tually, he is just developing his
concept of reality, so rushing
him at this point will only turn
him against art."

United Artists PG


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