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Friday, Juty1$,975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 18, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Happenings .

Love and Death-(Briarwood, Music School - "Midsummer
all w eek Cinema II) Woody Allen's latest Pops," carillon recital, Hudson
release, hailed by critics to be Ladd, Burton Tower, 7-8 p.m.
COMMERCIAL CINEMA his best, spoofs the Napoleonic THEATRE
Devil's Rain - (Campus) - wars and those who wrote about The Janitors - RC Summer
starring Eddie Albert, Ernest them. Only Woody Allen could Theatre, E. Quad Aud., 8 p.m.
Borgine, and Ida Lupino. find humor in War and Peace Hot L Baltimore - Michigan
Once is Not Enough - (Mich- and only a Woody Allen fan Repertory Theatre, Mendelssohn
igan) - stars Kirk Douglas, could appreciate it. Theatre, Michigan League, 8
Alexis Smith and George Ham- Funny Lady - (Briarwood p.m.
ilton in an adaptation of Jacque- Cinema III) A Barbra Streisand EVENTS
line Suzanne's last novel about musical comedy about Fanny Trotter House Dancers pre-
the age-old love triangle - a Brice. sent their Summer. Concert in
woman, her husband and her Dirty Harry and Magnum Schorling Auditorium in the
lover. A little drugs, a little sex, Force-(Briarwood Cinema IV) School of Education Building.
a little everything. Two Clint Eastwood movies are Show starts at 8 p.m and tickets
Tommy - (Fifth Forum) - featured in this double feature are $1.50 at Trotter House or at
Movie version of the rock opera. along with a lot of violence and the door.
Features a cast of thousands murder.
headlined by Elton John, Roger s t
Daltry, Ann Margret and Eric
Clapton. Lots of rock n' roll by JULY 19
the superstars. JULY 18 CINEMA .
Last Picture Show (Matrix) - CINEMA The 39 Steps - (Cinema II,
last showing is Friday. Stars City Lights - (Cinema II, And. A, Angell Hall, 7:30 and
Ben Johnson, Cloris Leachman, And. A, Angell .Hall, 7:30, 9:30) 9:30) - Recognized as one of
Timothy Bottoms and Ellen Bur- -Charlie Chaplin in one of his Hitchcock's most brilliant films.
sten in a classic nostalgia film most popular films. The little Robert Donat stars in this 1935
about the coming of age of a tramp, befriended by a weal- adventure about an unsuspect-
small Texas town during the thy alcoholic, helps a blind ing man framed for the -murder
Fifties. Lots of Hank Williams flower seller pay for a miracle of an agent involved with a ring
music. cure. Lots of comedy and a of spies. A woolly chase from
American Grafitti - (Matrix) touch of heartbreak as only crowded London to the moors of
-starts Saturday Ronnie How- Chaplin could do it. Scotland and back with some of
ard and Richard Dreyfuss star The Senator Was Indiscreet - Hitchcock's favorite film jargon.
in one of the first in a lo (Cinema Guild, Old Arch. Aud. A Star is Born - (Cinema
of nostalgiahfilms. The fift es ne 7:30) - William Powell stars as Guild, old Arch. Aud., 7:30 p.m.)
brought to life in th fiftie a not-too-bright Senator who -A 1952 remake of the film
brought olife n t movse lets a political diary slip out of which originally starred Janet
life ofcruisin' nhighschool kids the his hands. A sataire and corn- Gaynor, Fredric March and
lie dof crn h shool kedy in 1947 style. Adolph Menjo. This newer ren-
loves. With Wolfman Jack the Another Thin Man - (Cinema dition, starring Judy Garland
old rock n' roll hits keep on Guild, Old Arch. Aud. 9:30) -- and James Mason, about the
coming. William Powell, again, in a W.S. same rising star and her'falling
Jaws - (State) - stars Rich- Van Dyke film about Dashiell husband, is not considered to be
d Hammett's famous sleuth. as good as the original.
ard Dreyfuss, Robert Show and Joshua in a Box (6 min.), Stop Sea Hawk - (Cinema Guild,
ained Bruce inafrighteningin the Marshland (30 min.) and old Arch. Aud., 9:30 p.m.) This
film about a shark terrorizinga Tell Me Where it Hurts (78 romantic drama about life on
coastal resort town. The movie miu.) - Summer Film Show- the Elizabethan Main stars Er-
"turns people into food" and is case (MLB Ad. 3 7 p.m.), free rol Flynn, Brenda Marshall and
supposedly emptying the Cali admission. Claude Rains supported by a
fornia beaches. Some say it MUSIC galaxy of character actors.
makes The Exorcist look like a Ark - Skunk's Misery String MUSIC
Walt Disney film. Band; old time foot-stomping Ark - Skunk's Misery String
Drowning Pool - (Briarwood music, $150. Band, another evening of old
Cinema I) another Paul New- Chances Are - Radio King time foot stomping happy mu-
man detective story. and His Court of Rhythm, rock sic, $1.50.
- -- - - -- $1.50 students $2.00. Chances Are Radio King
Blind Pig - All Directions, and His Court of Rhythm, rock,
jazz, $1.00. $1.50 students, $2.00 all others.
DR. Paul C. Uslan . Depot - Silvertones, rhythm Blind Pig - All directions re-
and blues, no cover, maybe out- turns, jazz, $1.00.
OPTOMETRIST side. Depot - Gemini, excellent
FulCoMr. Flood's Party - Eric's folk, $.75.
Fol Consort Less Service Glaz Blues Band, blues, $1.00. Mr. Flood's Party - Eric's
Visual Examinations Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, Glatz Blues Band, blues, $1.00.
548 CHURCH ST. bluegrass, -$1.50, $1.00. if eating, Golden Falcon - Headwind,
663-2476 10 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. jazz-rock-folk, $1.00.
Bimbos - Gaslighters, sing- Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys -
_ _along banjo band, $.50. bluegrass, $1.50, $3.00 if you're
s-ia
CENTICORE BOOKSHOPS
Goes All Out Offering Multitudinous Bargains at Street Fair Time
i3e These are just a few of the thousands and thousands of titles we will have
( on sale at both our stores, July 16-July 19. EVERY SALE BOOK MARKED 4f
DOWN 50% TO 85%'
REG. NOW
New York Times
Directory of Film 25.00 9.98 4
From Indianapolis to Le Mans 20.00 6.98
Maxfield Parrish 50.00 24.95
For street fair only we are also featurin the world famed model of the
ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM I SEDANCA COUPE, 1932 '
a Come See a Fully Constructed Model at Our Maynard St. Store
REDUCED FOR STREET FAIR FROM $200.00 to $169.95
Never before sold at this low price
CENTICORE BOOKSH PS
536 MAYNARD 1229 SOUTH UNIVERSITY

eating.
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, sing.
along banjo band, $.50.
Art Fair E. University Stage-
Lighthouse, drama, music and
dance, 11:00 a.m. Playmakers-
musical review, 1:00 p.m. John
Davis and Quartet - Thelon-
ious Monk and Horsesilver Jazz,
2:00. Congo Phil and his per-
cussion, wind ensemble, 4:00.
THEATRE
The Rivals - (Michigan Rep-
ertory Theatre, Mendelssohn
Theatre, Michigan League 8
p.m.) excellent revival of Sher-
idan's masterpiece. The Jani-
tors - (RC Summer Theatre, E.
Quad Aud., 8 p.m.)
su nday-
JULY 21
CINEMA
Free old-time movies - Bim-
bo's in Ann Arbor) no cover.
MUSIC
Chances Are - Mojo Boogie
Band, rock, $1.50 all patrons.
Depot-Skunk's Misery String
Band, old time music.
Mr. Flood's Party - Stoney
Creek, bluegrass, $.75.
Golden Falcon - Soul Night
with disc jockey.
Del Rio - Ars Nova, jazz, no
cover, 5:30-9:30 p.m.
THEATRE
The Janitors - RC Summer
Theatre, E. Quad Aud., 8 p.m.
irutEVENTS
Graduate outing with hiking
and swimming, leaving from
Rackham N. entry at 1:30 p.m.
monday
JULY 21
CINEMA
Gypsy Blood-(Cinema Guild,
old Arch. And., 8:00 p.m.) -
free silent film starring Polo
Negri and Harry Liedkte in the
original Carmen story of Meri-
mee about a free-living, free-
loving, tempestuous young gyp-
sy girl. Captivataing film di-
rected by Ernst Lubitsch.
Olga and other films - (Audio
Visual Center, MLB Aud. 3, 7
p.m.) admission free.
Old time movie - (Bimbo's
in Ann Arbor) - free favorite
films.
MUSIC
Chances Are - Mugsy, $1.00
students, $1.50 all others.
Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Red, blues.
Mr. Flood's Party - Bob Cat-
fish Miller, folk-blues, no cover.
Music School - Carillonneur,
William De Turk, recital in Bur-
ton Tower, 7-8 p.m.
EVENTS
The Gerontology Seminar fea-
tures a discussion on the Biol-
ogy of Aging at the Physics and
Astronomy Building, 9 a.m.-
noon-
tuesday
JULY 22
CINEMA
Midnight Cowboy (Ann Arbor
Folm Coop, Ad. A, Angell Hall,
7 and 9) - Dustin Hoffman and
Jon Voight star in one of the
most powerful, poignant, and
controversial films of the six-
ties. Hoffman was nominated
touching portrayal of Ratso
for an Academy Award for his
Rizzo, a sickly New York
sharpie punk who befriends a
wide-eyed Texas cowboy played
by Voight. A must.
Old time movies - Bimbo's,
no covr.
MUSIC
Chances Are - Star Castle,
rock, 50 all patrons.

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Blind Pig - Old Buck, rhythm
and blues and country.
Mr. Flood's Party - Gemini,
folk, no cover.
Golden Falcon - All Direc-
tions; jazz, $1.00.
Regents Plaza - UAC pre-
sents country music by Peter
Miller and the Highlife, 7:30
p.m.
THEATRE
The Hot L Baltimore - Mich-
igan Repertory Theatre, Men-
delssohn Theatre, M i c h i g a n
League, 8 p.m.
EVENTS
The Wounded Knee Support
Group presents films on the
struggles of' the Native Ameri-
can people. Conditions on the
Pine Ridge Reservation, the
scene of Wounded Knee, are
examined in "North American
Indian III" and the occupation
in "Song of Dead Warriors."
of Wounded Knee is documented
The Macromolecular Research
Center presents Soviet chemist
Victor Kabanov of the Soviet
Academy of Sciences who will
discuss "Recent Developments
in Matrix Polymerization" in
1200 Chemistry Building, 4 p.m.
wednesday
JULY 23
CINEMA
The King of Hearts - (Ann
Arbor Film Coop, Aud. A, An-
gell Hall, 7 and 9) - This much
talked-about film returns for its
monthly visit to campus. Alan
Bates and Genevieve Bujold star
in this crazy film about asylum
inmates in an evacuated French
town during World War lt. An-
other powerful anti-war film.
MUSIC
Chances Are - Star Castle,
rock, $1.00.
Blind Pig'- Synergy, jazz.
Mr. Flood's Party - Eric's
Glatz Blues Band returns, blues,
$-75
Golden Falcon - Soul Night
again, disc jockey Agent 0-0-
Soul spins the records, dancing,
$1.50.
Bimbo's in Ann Arbor-Griev-
ous Angels, country.
Musical Society - Igor Kip-
nis, harpsichordist, Rackham
Aud., 8:30 p.m.
THEATRE
The Rivals - Michigan Rep-
ertory Theatre, Mendelssohn
Theatre, Michigan League, 8
p.m.
EVENTS
A panel review on the First
National Feminist - Socialist
Conference held in Yellow
Springs, Ohio presents in the
Kunzel Room on the first floor
of the Michigan Union at 7:30
p.m.
The Audio Visual Center pre-
sents Men's- Lives, a film on sex
role stereotyping in Auditorium
3 of MLB at 7 p.m.
The International Center pre-
sents a panel on "The Military
as a Variable in Research:
Changes in the Indicators" from
3-5 p.m. in the International
Center.'
thursday
JULY 24
CINEMA
Blow-Up - (Ann Arbor Film
Coop, Aud. A, Angell Hall, 7 and
9) - David Hemming, Vanessa
Redgrave and Sarah Miles star
in another Michelangelo Antoni-
oni classic about a hip London
photographer who realizes he
might have photographed a
murder. Music byHBrbieHan-
-cock plus a sequence with the
ContinueonsPase 7

Trotter House Dancers
PRESENT THEIR
SUMMER CONCERT
p.m.-Sat., July 19
Schorling Auditorium
School of Education Bldg.
Tickets $1.50 at Trotter House and at the door

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