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Friday, July 25, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page seven

Friday, July 25, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Happe nings..
a w e-through Pepperland, the Sea The Janitors - RC Su
a w k of Science-and so many puns Theatre in the East Quad
you can see countless times and torium at 8:00.
still be surprised by something MUSIC
COMMERCIAL CINEMA new.
aws - (State) - This thriller Lady Sings the Blues and The Chances Are-Starcastle,
s Richard Dreyfuss, Robert Great White Hope-(New World $1.50 students, $2.00 other
w and a 25-foot Great White Film Coop, MLB, Aud. 3)-Dou- Ark - Eric Bach and
rk that eats people like peo- ble feature. Diana Ross as Billie Lynch, folk, $1.50.
eat tuna fish. Reports have Holiday in Lady; Martin Ritt di- Blind Pig - Workman E
. rects the White Hope. Band $1.00 blues.
hat the once booming tourist My Night at Maud's-(Cinema Mr. Flood's Party -
e i Califoria and else- . , Aud. A, Angell)-Jean Louis Creek, $1.00, country.
re is tuffering drastically Trintignant, Francoite Fabian
ause of the film. Horrifying- in this French subtitled film. It
trilliant. is the fourth of Rohmer's "Mo-
ammy-(Fifth Forum)-Film rat Tales.' Showing at 7 30, S9 ld y
ison of the Who's rock opera. 9:30 p.m."
been criticized by some be- Nobi and the Slave Traders; JULY 27
se the people who are sing- Slave Revolt - (African Film
should be acting and vice- Series, Lec. Rm. 1 MLB) - 8 MUSIC
sa. Stars Ann Margaret, p.m. Chances Are-Shotgun,
nr er Reed, Elton John, Tins Larry-(Audio-Visual Center) rock, $1.00 students, $1.50 o
ner, Eric Clapton and Roger -Mental Ability film at Aud. 3 Mr. Flood's Party -
try among others. Even Jack MLB, 8 p.m. Misery String Band, co
holson shows his face once Mickey One-(Cinema Guild, no cover charge.
while. Lots of rock and roll Old Arch. Aud., 7:30, 9:30 p.m.) Del Rio-Jazz, no cover
little acting. -Warren Beatty stars in this to 9:30 p.m.
ace Is Not Enough-(Mich- tense and fast moving film by THEATRE
rt) - Stars KirkdDouglas, Arthur Penn. Made in 1965. The Janitors - RC Su
rge Hamilton and Alexis1 ThJaios-R St
th. An adaptation of Jac- MUSIC Theatre in the East Quad
line Suzanne's last novel Chances Are-Starcastle, con- torium at 8:00 sharp.
out the age-old love triangle temporary rock, $1.50 students,
woman, her husband and $2.00 others.d
lover. A little dope, a little Ark-Dedee Palazzala, $1.50, 31 1 d y
a little bit of everything. folk.
evil's Rain - (Campus) - Blind Pig - Workman Blues JULY 28
s Eddie Albert, Ernest Bor- Band, $1.00, blues.
te and Ida Lupino. Mr. Flood's Party - Stony CINEMA
crowning Pool - (Briarwood Creek, $1.00, coruntry. Mind Over Body-(Audi
ena I)-Another Past New- Pretzel Bell-RFD Boys, blue- uat Center, And. 3, MLB)-
n detective story. grass, $1.50, $1.00 if eating, begins at 7:00.
ove and Death-(Briarwood 10:00 to 1:30 a.m. Free film showings pres
f rtt)-ed by s Ae crit c THEATRE by the Cinema Guild at 7:
be his best. Spoofs the Na- The Janitors-A presentation 9:30 p.m.
rnic wars and those who by the Residential College Sum- MUSIC
te about them. Only Woody rer Theatre in the EastQuad Chances Are--Shotgun,
n could find humor in War Arditorium at 8:00 p.m. rock, $1.00 students, $1.50 0
Peace and only a Woody EVENTS Blind Pig - Boogie W
n fan could appreciate it. Mesha the Clown-Another in Red, blues 'n boogie, $1.0
unny L a d y - (Briarwood a series of UAC productions on Mr. Flood's Party-Eric
ema III)-Barbara Streisand the People's Plaza, near the no cover charge.
ical comedy about Fanny Union by the cube.
EVENTS

mmer
Audi-
rock,
rs.
Kevin
Bludes
Stony
funky
thers.
Skunk
untry,
, 5:30
mmer
Audi-
io-Vis-
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30 and
funky
thers.
Noogie
0.
Glatz,
ckling
caril-

tuesday
JULY 29
CINEMA
Rufino Tamayo: The Sources
of His Art(-Audio-Visual Cen-
ter, Aud. 3 MLB)-Showing be-,
gins at 7:00 p.m.
Tom Jones-(Ann Arbor Film
Coop, Aud. A, Angell)-A mas-
terful adaptation of the Henry
Fielding novel. Romp with great
sexual comedy, a real winner.
7:00 and 9:30 p.m.
MUSIC
Chances Are - Hotfoot High-
way, rock and roll with Karl
Diez, $1.00 students, $1.50 others.
Mr. Flood's Party-Bob "Cat-
fish" Miller, no cover charge.
Blind Pig-Ann Arbor Experi-
mental Jazz Band, $1.00, jazz.
THEATRE
Shaw's Candida-Mendelssohn
at 8 o'clock sharp; Michigan
Rep. Theatre.
EVENTS
Music School-Woodwind Quin-
tet, SM Recital Hall at 8:00 p.m.
Jay and John-A UAC pres-
entation on the People's Plaza
near the Union by the cube,
7:30.
wednesday
JULY 30
CINEMA
Lincoln-(Audio-Visual Center,
Aud. 3, MLB)-A civil war film
starting at 7 p.m.
The King of Hearts- (Ann Ar-
bor Film Coop, And. A, Angell)
--Funny comedy and a powerful
anti-war film. With subtitles.
MUSIC
Chances Are-Whiz Kids, rock
and roll, $1.00 students, $1.50
others.
Ark-Hootnanny, 75 cents for
those not performing.
Mr. Flood's Party-Eric Glatz,
no cover charge.
Blind Pig-Silvertones, blues
and jazz, $1.00.

EVENTS
International Women's Year-
Sarah Power, "Report on IWY
Mexico City Conference," Van-
denberg Room, M i c h i g a n
League, 4-6 p.m.
Shaw's Candida - Mendels-
sohn Theatre at 8:00. Presented
by the Michigan Rep. Theatre.
thursday
JULY 31
CINEMA
West Side Story-(Ann Arbor
Film Coop, Aud. A, Angell)-
Academy Award winner-action,
violence and love among slum-
dwelling urban youths. Music
by Bernstein, lyrics by Sond-
heim, starring Natalie Wood,
Rita Moreno and George- Chaki-
ris.
Dr. Seuss on the Loose -
(Audio-Visual Center, Aud. 3
MLB)-These children's films
start at 7:00 p.m.
MUSIC
Chances Are-Whiz Kids, rock
and roll, $1.00 students, $1.50
others.
Blind Pig - Synergy, jazz,
$1.00.
Mr. Flood's Party - Michael
Smith and His Country Volun-
teers, 75 cents, country.
THEATRE
Shaw's Candida-Presented by
the Michigan Rep. Theatre,
starts at 8:00 in Mendelssohn.
EVENTS
Music School-Summer Ses-
sion Band Concert, Robert Reyn-
olds, conductor, School of Music
poolside, 7:00 p.m. (lill Aud.,
8:00 if it rains) "
UAC Playmakers-"The Diary
of Adamand Eve" and "The
Sweetheart Revue," Schorling
Aud., SEB, 8:00 p.m.
Musical Society - Summer
Fare, Judith Blegan, soprano,
Rackham Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Shaw's Candida-Show starts
at 8:00 p.m. in Mendelssohn.
Presented by the Michigan Rep.
'75.

Ten Little Indians -- (Briar-
wood Cinema IV) - Agatha
Christie's murder/mystery star-
ring Oliver Reed and Elke Som-
rotr about ten people on an
island that are eliminated one-
by-one.
The Touch of Evil-(Matrix)-
An Orson Welles film.
friday
JULY 25
CINEMA
Yellow Submarine-(Ann Ar-
bor Film Coop, Aud. A, Angell)
-The classic animated beatles
film with Sgt. Pepper, the Blue
Meanies and all kinds of trips
SUBSTANCE
-a review of theory and
literary criticism.
Borders Book Shop

saturday
JULY 26
CINEMA
The Great White ° Hope and
Lady Sings the Blues - (New
World Film Coop, Nat. Sci.
And., 7:00, 9:00 p.m.)-Diana
Russ stars as Billie Holiday in
the second of this double fea-
ture.
Shoot the P i an o Player -
(Cinema I1)-Half thriller, half
parody; Francois Truffaut's tri-
bute to the American gangster
film. French subtitled, 7:30,
9:30 p.m., $1.25.
Secret Agent-(Cinema Guild,
Old Arch. Aud.)-A rare Alfred
Hitchcock film that has been
unavailable for the past 20
years. A must for all Hitchcock
fans.
THEATRE
The Hot L Baltimore-A pres-
entation by the Michigan Rep.
Theatre, '75. Mendelssohn, 8:00
p.m.

Music School-Carol Ji
on the Burton Bell Tower
lon.

Harpsichord virtuoso entertains
enthusiastic crowd at Rackham

the "n arbor film cooperative
PRESENTS
THE BEATLES'
Yellow Submarine (1968)
The classic animated. Beatles film with Sqt. Pepper, Blue
Menies, the Flying Glove, all kinds of trips-through
Pepperlond, the Sea of Science-ond so many puns you can
see it countless times and still be surprised by something
new.
Tonight at MLB 4 7,8:45 & 10:30 p.m. $1.25
TUES.: TOM JONES
THURS.: WEST SIDE STORY

By RICHARD JAMES
Harpsichord virtuoso I g o r
Kipnis presented an enthusi-
astic Rackham Auditorium audi-
ence Wednesday with a delight-
ful display of his tasteful musi-
cianship and fluent technique,
more than compensating for his
occasional errors.
Beyond purely musical pro-
wess, he exhibited a confident
but friendly stage manner in his
frequent comments on the pro-
gram and his instrument which
helped to create an ideal atmos-
phere for a harpsichord concert.
This fourth concert in the Uni-
versity Musical Society's "Sum-
mer F a r e" series included
works by several anonymous
Renaissance composers, Bach,
Soler, Dussek, Sweelinck and
Handel. The pieces spanned al-
most 300 years of musical out-
Free Concerts
PRESENTS
MESHA the CLOWN
clowning, in oling
TON ITE 7:30
PEOPLE'S PLAZA
(by the cube)

put and represented a variety
of countries and styles.
Handel's Suite No. 5 in E ma-
jor was the scene of many of
Kipnis' technical mishaps, and
the tempi in the middle dance
p a i r, "Allemande - Courante,"
seemed noticably unsettled. The
outer movements, h o w e v e r,
gave a clear glimpse of the art-
ist's technical skill and under-
standing of stylistic matters.
Most noticable was his ability
to shape phrases and alternate-
ly provide tension and relaxa-
tion without distorting tempi or
entering into the free rubato of
a later period.
THE FIRST half of the pro-
gram ended with a very enter-
taining work by Jan Ladislav
Dussek; "The Sufferings of the
Queen of France." This short
piece gives a collage of the
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events from Marie Antoinette's
imprisonment to her d e a t h
through brief musical sketches.
The work is in a more popular
vein and musically quite pic-
torial and clever. Narrated by
Kipnis, it was greeted with ap-
preciative laughter throughout
as he skillfully brought Dussek's
colorful images to life.
All humor was set aside be-
fore the formidable effort of
J. S. Bach's "Harpsichord Par-
tita No. 2 C Minor." Kipnis'
casual, friendly attitude was re-
placed by deep concentration as
he again displayed an eloquent
sense of phrasing as well as a
considerably more a c c u r a t e
technique.
WHILE SOME of his tempi
could be argued with, he held
the disparate dance segments
together well in an effective,
graceftl performance.
Kipnis concluded his program
with a "Fandango" by Spaniard
Antonio Soler. The "Fandango,"
by its nature very ornate and
technically excruciating, pro-
vided excellent opportunity for
the artist to show off both his
dexterity and the tremendous
versatility of his 10 foot (actual-
y 9'10") scarlet and gold harp-
sichord.
This plus a double encore, a
somber-elegy by Froberger and
a short, sprightly Scarlatti "So-
nata in G Major," concluded a
very enjoyable evening of taste-
ful and sensitive playing.

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