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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, August 1,.']97 5

Page Six THE MICHiGAN DAILY Friday, August 1, 1975

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Happenings.
* V -lots of rock and roll but little Ten Little
acting. wood 4) -
Once is Not Enough - (Mich- der myster
COMMERCIAL CINEMA igan Theatre) - Stars K i r k Reed andI
Douglas, George llamilton, and ten peopleo
aws - State) - This thriller Alexis Smith. An adaptation of eliminatedt
s Richard Dreyfuss, Robert Jacqueline Suzanne's last novel Supervixe
w, and a 25-foot Great White about the age-old lovi triangle Another Rit
rk which eats people like peo- - a woman, her husband, and flick. It'sf
eat tuna fish. Reports have her lover. A little dope, a little midsummer
at the once booming tourist sex, a little bit of everything.
e in California and else- Minnie and Moskowitz - (Ma-
re is suffering drastically be- trix Theatre) - Another film di-
se of the film. Horrifyingly rected by John Cassevettes and fi
iant. starring Gena Rowlands w it h
nmy - (Fifth Forum) - Seymour Castle.
a version of the Who's rock Drowning Pool ( Briarwood 1)
a. Has been criticized by - Paul Newman teams up withI
e because the people who Joanne Woodward in a run of Soundea
singing should be acting and the mill detective story. World Film
-versa. Stars Ann Margaret, Love and Death - (Briarwood ture, F1.2
er Reed, Elton John, Tina 2) - Woody Allen's latest effort 3 $1.25 p
ner, Eric Clapton, and Rog- hailed by some critics to be his ,7 and 9 p
)altry. Even Jack Nicholson best. Spoofs the Napoleonic wars staricely Tyso
vs his face ance in a while and those who wrote about them. stars 'CI
Only Woody Allen could find The ine'C
humor in war and peace and The Seduc
SUBSTANCE only a Woody Allen fan could ems II, $1
DERRIDA: Linguistics appreciate it. p.m.) - It
and Grammatology Funny Lady - (Briarwood 3) comic anddp
-Streisand and Caan team up to ual satire di
Borders Book Shop provide a sequel to the Fanny acclaimedu
Brice story. Wertmuller.

NN
t Indians - (Briar-
Agatha Cristie's mur-
y starring Oliver
Elke Sommer about
on an island who are
one by one.
ns - (Campus) -
uss Meyer p o r n o
one way to cure
boredom.
riday
August 1
CINEMA
nd Claudine - (New
Coop, double- fea-
er single show, MLB
.m. respectively) -
n and Paul Winfield
under.' Diane Carol
audine' .
tion of Mimi - (Cin-
.25, 7:30 and 9:30
alian: subtitled. A
political minded sex-
rected by the highly
woman director Lina
The most hilarious
photography araund.
you in tears.
Film Showcase -
.m., free). Tup, Tup
mm (Summer Film
Stress and Coping,
p.m., free).
ilestones - (Cinema
Architecture Audi-
and 9:30 p.m.) -
series which traces
its and career of
use. The first film
estones for M'ckey
key from his first
to his role in the

"Socerer's Apprentice," while
the second part, called Mile-
stones in Animation, traces the
development and evolution of
the animated 'cartoon.
Les Maitres Fous; Cows of
Dolo Ken Paye - (African Film
Series, Lec. Rm. 1, 8 p.m )
MUSIC
. The Ark - Amanda Bailey and
Mike Smith - Folk, $1.50.
Chances Are - Whiz Kids --
Rock, $1.50 for students, $2.00
others.
Golden Falcon - Headwind -
Jazz, $1.0.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys -
Bluegrass, $1.50.
Mr. Flood's Party - Grievous
Angels - Country, Root, $1.0.
Blind Pig - Ann Arbor Ex-
perimental Jazz - Jazz, $1.00.
Bimbos - Gaslighters - Rag-
time Dixieland, $.50.
Rubalyat - Decades of e-
cision - no cover.
The Heidleburg - Mustard's
Retreat - Folk, no cover.
Hill Lounge - Shades of Bue
-Rock, $1.00.
UAC Free Concers - Jelediah
-Rock, 7:30 p.m., People's
Plaza (near the Union by the
cube).
THEATER
Candida - (Michigan Rep '75,
Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.).
The Diary of Adam and Eve
- The Sweetheart Revue -
(UAC Playmakers, 3ciofling
Aud. SEB, 8p.m.).
EVENTS
Ralph Nader - Co-ops and
Consumer Systems - NASO,
Hill Auditorium, 8 p.m.
Chalk-in - The public is in-
vited to draw sidewalk murals
with Local Motion an:I Local
Business logos. 10-12 p.m. on the
ding.

saturday
August 2
CINEMA
Sounder and Claudine - (New
World Film Coop, double fea-
ture, $1.25 per single show, MI B
3, 7 and 9 p.m. respectively) -
Cicely Tyson and Paul Winfield
star in 'Sounder'. Diane Carol
won an Academy Award nom-
ination for her role in "Clau-
dine".
The Seduction of Mimi - (Cin-
ema IT, $1.25, And. A, Angell
Hall, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.) -
Brilliant satire by highly ac-
claimed director tina Wertmul-
ler. Italian: subtitled.
MUSIC
The Ark - Amanda Bailey
and Mike Smith - Folk. $1.0.
Blind Pig - Ann Arbor Ex-
perimental Jazz - Jazz, $1.00.
Chances Are - Whiz Rids -
Rock, $1.50 for students, $2.00
others.
Golden Falcon - Headwind -
Jazz, $1.00.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys -
Bluegrass, $1.50.
Mr. Flood's Party - Griev-
ous Angels - Country, $1.00.
Bimbo's - Gaslighter - Rag-
time Dixieland, $.50.
THEATRE
Candida - See Friday s list-
ing.
The Diary of Adam and Eve;
The Sweetheart Revue - See
Friday's listing.
EVENTS
Sixth Annual Medieval Fcsti-
Sal - 11 a.m. lawn of A r k,
Arboretum, 3 p.m.
(Continued on Page 7)

The Diary of Adam and Eve
Book, Music and Lyrics by: Sheldon Harnick
and Jerry Bock. Additional Book Material by:
Jerome Coopersmith. Basd on a story by:
Thurs., July 31 and
Evenings $2.00, Matine $1.50 L Fri., Aug. 1 at 8 p.m.;
Tickets at the door Sat., m . 8at
Noon to 8 p.m. days of show -m p
SCHORLING AUDITORIUM The Sweetheart Revue
U of M School of Education Dancing Donuts and
E. University at Monroe Crazy Comedy
Sponsored by UAC

wie-angle
It will have
Summer
(MLB 3, 7 p
and Asylus
Showcase)
MLB 3, 7 I
Disney Mi
Guild, Old
torium, 7:30
A two part
the highligh
Mickey Mot
entitled Mil
follows Mic
film debut

-- -FREE-
F Saturday, Aug. 2 Sunday, Aug. 3'
WALT DISNEY DOUBLE FEATURE West Park-1I a.m. Ark Lawn- 11 a.m.
MILESTONES FOR MICKEY Burns Park-3 p.m. Arboretum-3 p.m.
(AT 7:30) MUSIC PLAYS DANCE
The highlights of Mickey Mouse's career includins Plane Crazy, The Bond
Concert, Thru The Mirror and The Sorcerer's Apprentice Sequence from L a. .mw' Att i a a
Fantasia, and then some.

. ONA-STRA7,761-U,
SHOWTIMtS: MONDAY-SATURDAY 7, 9: SUNDAY 5,7 A9

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