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June 13, 1975 - Image 5

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Friday, Ju-e 13, 1975


Page Five

Friday, Ju"e 13, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

Happenings ...

A Brief Vacation - (Cam-
pus) - DeSica's latest and last
flick with Italian dialog, Erg-
lish suibtitles.
The Reincarnation of Peter
Proud - (Michigan) Weird tal-
es of a man, Michael Sarrazin,
who ismurdered by his wife
and reincarnate three weeks
before his daughters' birth.
Mandingo - (State) -- James
Mason and Susan George in film
version of the best-selling novel,
a tale of sadism and lust in
the ante-bellum South.
Return of The Pink Panther -
(Fifth Forum) - Peter Sellers
is the latest misadventures of
Inspector Closeau.
The Eiger Sanction - (Briar-
wood) - Clint Eastwood direct-
ed and starred in this discon-
neoted and boring spy flick.
Shampoo - (Briarwood) -
Warren Beatty as a Hollywwsd
hairdresser with a Doe Juan
complex. An uneven satire that
has its moments, but :omehow
does not come through :ogeth-
Prisoner of Second Avenue -
(Briarwood) - Jack Lemnmrn
and Ann Bancroft in the film
version of the hit Neil Simon
play about beleaguered urban-
its coping with life in the Big
Lepke - (Briarwood) - Tony
Curtis as a member of Murder
Inc. attempting to dissoive the
June 13
Adam's Rib - (An Aibor
Film Coop, MLB Aud 3, 7 9)
- Tracy and Hepburn grace the
screen in this clasic film by
George Cukor that inspired the
pitiful television series of the
same name.
Pat and Mike - (Ann Arbor
Film Coop, MLB Aud. 4, 7:15
& 9:15) - Tracy and Hepburn
again in a story where love con-
quers all, making this film noth-
ing really new.
Fantastic Planet - (N e w
World, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 &
9) - Winner at the Cannes Film
Festival, this film containing
some of the most remarkable
animation to ever hit the silver
screen. Incredible.
Wuthering Heights - (Cin-
ema Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 &
9) - If you like Emily Bronte's
novel, then you'll probably find
this adaptation satisfying, with
Lawrence Olivier and Merle
Oberon in the title rolls. Far
superior to the Samuel Arkoff
Shame - (Cinema II, And. A,
7:30 & 9:30) - One of Berg-
man's most disturbing films,
Shame is a chronicle of for-
ment in the lives of two close
people, excellently portrayed by
Max Von Sydow and Liv Ull-

Ark - Kate and Anna McGar-
rigle, singer songwriters, ) p.m.,
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
time, 6 p.m., $.50.
Blind Pig - Melodioso, Latin
Jazz, 9:30 p.m., $1.00.
Chances Are - Chance, rock
9:30 p.m., $1.511 students, 52.00
Depot Cafe - Deede Plaz-
zola, folk, 9 p.m., $.50.
Golden Falcon - All Drec-
tions, $1.00.
Heidleberg - Mustard's Re-
treat, folk, no cover.
Hill Lounge - Mojo Boogie
Band, rock, 9:30 p.m., $1 00.
Loma Linda - JB and Co.,
pon, 9 p.m.
Mr. Floods Jarty - Starlight
on the Rails, $1.00.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bt eerass, $1.50.
Rubaiyat - We the People,
9:30, no cover.
June 14
Fantastic Planet - (N e w
World Film Coop, Na'. Sci.
And., 7 & 9)
Murder, My Sweet - (Cin-
ema Guild, Arch. Aud., 7:30 &
9:30) - Edward Dmyvtryk's
gritty eye flick with Dick Pow-
ell. One of the leading pro-
diits of the film noir genre.
Bang the Drum Slowly rin-C
ema II, Angell Hall, Aud. A,
7:30 & 9:30) - Tragic baseball
drama about a mediocre young
player dying of Hodgkin's Isis-
ease. I-t is tender and aensitve
withmit lasing into svrupy sen-
timentality. Robert DeNiro and
Michael Moriarity star.
Ark - Kate and Anna Mc-
Garrigle, singer songwriters, 9
p.m., $2.50.
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
time, 6 p.m., $.50.
Blind Pig - Melodioso, Latin
Jazz, 9:30, $1.0.
Chances Are - Chance, rock,
9:30. $1.50 students, $2.00 oth-
Depot Cafe - Gemini, 9 p.m.,
Golden Falcon - All Direct-
ions, 9:30 p.m., $1.00.
Heidleberg - Michael Hough,
folk, no cover.
Hill Lounge - Mojo Boogie
Bank, rock, 9:30, $1.00.
Loma Linda - JB and Co., 4
p.m., pop.
Mr. Flood's Party - Starlight
on the Rails, country/western,
Pretzel Bell - RFD boys,
bluegrass, $1.50.
Rubaiyat - We the People,
no cover.
Bicycle Club - 40-60 m i1 e
ride, 9 a.m., diag.
Graduate Outing Club - hik-

ing, Rackham N. Entry, 1:30
June 15
Ark - Kate and Anna McGar-
rigle, singer songwriters, $2 50.
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
time, $.50.
Del Rio - Live Jazz, 4:30,
no cover.
Dooley's - acoustic rock and
blues, no cover.
Loma Linda - live jazz 5.30-
8:30, Mixed Bag 9 p.m., no cov-
Mr. Floods Party - Meladio-
so, 4:30 - 7:30, Tim Carr, 9:30,-
Ann Arbor Free Concert - at
the old municipal golf course on
Fuler road, Deluxe with Dallas
Hodge, The Rabbits and more.
Golden Falcon - DJ Double
O Soul, $1.00.
Chances Are - Hot Foot High-
way, rock, $1.00 students, $1.50
June 16
A Woman of Affairs - t Cin-
ema Guild, Arch. Aud., 8:00,
silent) - Greta Garba, re-
jected by her lover, marries a
old flame, and then cove.; up
for his thefts. Clarence Brown
':lind Pig - Boogir Woogir
Red, $1.w, otues, Y:31.
Chances Are - Ace High,
rock, $1.00 students, $1.30 th-

Golden Falcon - Ann Arbor
Experimental Jazz, $1.00.
Loma Linda - JB and Cr.,
no cover.
Mr. Floods Party - Skunk
misery string hand, no cver,
9:30 p.m.
June 17
Reefer Madness; The Mystery
of the Leaping Fish - (Ann
Arbor Film Coop, Angell Hall,
Aud. A, 7, 8:45, & 10:30) -
Reefer is the anti-marijuana
propaganda film now a campus
classic. Mystery is a send-up
of Sherlock Holmes with Dcn"-
las Fairbanks Sr.
Blind Pig - Small Change,
Chances Are - Sky King,
$1.50 students, $2.00 others.
Loma Linda - JB and Co.,
no cover.
Mr. Floods Party - Gemini,
9:30, no cover.
There is the usual at 8:30 on
channel 2 as MASH once again
comes our way. However, a
promising entre is schedulad for
1:00 a.m. in the Tomorrow
Show. The Rosenberg spy trial
will be discussed with the sons
of the executed Julius and Ethel
Rosenberg and surviving co-de-
fendant Morton Sobell.
June 18
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain
Gang - (Cinema Guild. Arch.
Aud., 7:30 & 9:30) - Merv n
LeRoy's 1932 film marked by
Paul Muni's powerful perform-
ance as an innocent man sent
to a southern chain gang. Good
Blind Pig - Eagel Ridin Pop-

pa, jazz, $1:00.
Chances Are - Sky King,
$1.50 sturdents, $2.00 others.
Golden Falcon - DJ Double
O Soul, $1.00.
Loma Linda - JB and Co.,
no cover.
Mr. Flood's Party - Grievous
Angels, $.75, country/western.
Bicycle Club - 20 mile ride,
Diag, 6 p.m.
Empidadaes in Minor Sun-
dance concert, 8 r.m, Schor-
ling Aud. SEB.
The shocking story of what'the
Nazi's did and planned to do to
build their master ract It's
called Of Pure Blood and will
appear at 9:00 p.m. on channel
June 19
Fritz the Cat - (Ann Arbor
Film Coop) - Ralph Bakshi's
X-rated animation. Stylish, ir-
reverent, worth your while.
Bimbo's - Grievous Angels,
no cover.
Blind Pig - Reunion, jazz,
Chances Are - Sky King,
rock, $1.50 students, $2.00 oth-
Mr. Floods Party - M i k e
Smith and his Country Volun-
teers, country/western, $75.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, $1.00.
Golden Falcon - LJ iod-
ford and Steve Lovell pius F-
thesis, $1.00.
International night - Rocky
Mountain States menu, League
Cafeteria, 5-7 p.m., bring cash.
Empidadaes in Minor Sun -
dance Concert, Schorling Aud.,
SEB, 8 p.m.

WMACAW, rose

An award-winning adaptation of Emily Bronte's novel by William Wyler
and featurina Olivier in one of his finest roles as the electrifying Heath-
cliff and Merle Oberon as his beautiful servant. Very faithful to the plot,
the film touches deeply disturbinq romantic passions in its tempestuous
story of a love which triumphs over everything.

Theatre Company of Ann Arbor, Inc.
an original production celebrating the
forward and positive movement of women
Fri., June13 Schorling Aud.
n (in the School of Ed
SaT June 14 Bldq. on East U.)

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