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-Page Four

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 15, 1976

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T h e a t r e P h o n U N D Y . , -'
TODAY v SUNDAY at
1-3-5-7-9
OPEN at 12:45
4446 /lie @!
1214 s. university
Theatre Phone 668-6416
TODAY & SUNDAY at
1-3-5-7-9
OPEN 12:45
r 4 I
TODAY& SUNDAY of
13-5-7-095
SORRY NO PASSES
CHRISTOPHERANDREW RICHARD
GEORGE PRINE JAECKEL
TODD AO 35 COLOR by Mine Lab PG
Theatre Phalli 462-6264
TODAY & SUNDAY at
1 -3-5-7-9
OPEN 12:45
WLLIAM PETER BLAITYS
THE
E X fr % .~rero , W ;ii INA M FRIEYKIN
to: , From Warner Bros.

'76 candidates hesitate to
button down electiln funds
Cot ro oredr framr ' Page 31 frisbees, which go for several
sources, they don't rank high. dollars each.
If you have the money, you're
Cjont t pt t itoteevs ,,. CRaOKSTON i'Said he got an
going to put it into television." order for 78,000 buttons for Cali-
ROBERT BUSH, a Jimmy fornia Gov. Edmund Brown Jr.,
Carter aide, said "buttons are then another order for 25,000.
more for the spirit of the cam- Candidates used to order by the
paign workers than for the pub- hundreds of thousands, he said.
lic. It ties them together as a "I can't say we're unhappy
team. I don't think the average because we're going day and
guy is going to wear any can- night making Fonz buttons,"
didate's button. People are more said Crookston.
sophisticated a n d concerned The Fonz is, of course, Fonzie,
rather than just displaying their the character played by Henry
support." Winkler on the television show
Bush said the Carter cam- "Happy Days."
paign is exploiting more con- The Fonz is not running for
temporary fads: Carter belt president this year. He's de-
buckles, which go for $20; T- cided to "sit on it," as one
shirts, which go for $6 to $8, and button says.
-ed
a startlingly fresh and perceptive ,
version written and directed by
Trevor Nunn and ingeniously
interpreted by Jackson.
Seldom has a classic been
so well served.
HEDDA" onfilmisall
Glenda Jackson
SVINCENT CANSY
G[ENDA ACKSON in "HEDiA
Mon.-Fri. ':00 & 9 00 Sot & Sun 5:00-7:00-9:00

Brown seeks ban
on lobbyists' gfts
rCorirnurrrrfrom Page 3r come a 'political boss.'
Brown said he could not cross "He says he doesn't want en-
the picket line because "I re- dorsements, but he seeks them
spect the rights of working peo- . . . it gets down to a point
ple to present their grievances of hypocrisy."
to the public. This kind of "I'D LIKE to test Jimmy Car-
peaceful expression of views is ter and the others across this
part and parcel of the First country, and I intend to do
Amendment.'" that," said the g o v e r no r.
Earlier in the day, Brown pre- "There'll be plenty of time."
dicted victory over the Demo- He said "I have a good
cratic frontrunner, former Geor- chance" to win the nomination
gia Gov. Jimmy Carter in the even though "the pundits and
Maryland balloting Tuesday. commentators and those who
And that, he said, should serve are the last to know have al-
to convince "the poohbahs of ready coronated one candidate,"
Washington" that he is a serious meaning Carter.
contender for the nomination. Brown said his anti-gift pro-
CARTER, meanwhile, renew- posal was patterned after a
ed his charges that Brown is California law he helped spon-
not a bona fide candidate, but sor. "And I think an independ-
merely a surrogate of "political ent commisison, such as the
bosses" who want a brokered Federal Election Commission,
convention. Brown has the en- should have the power to en-
doresement of many of Mary- force it . . . and formulate rules
land's Democratic leaders. not subject to ratification by
Asked about Carter's remarks Congress."
in a telivision interview, Brown There is no federal law now
replied: "He has to say that, which bans gifts from lobbyists,
because he has to say some- though the code of ethics for
thing in order to fill the para- the House and Senate say noth-
graphs. He called upon people ing of value should be accepted
for support and they've turned from any source with a particu-
him down. So when someone lar interest in pending legisla-
turns him down, then they be- tion.
elevision tonight

61-9700

JOHN CASSAVETTE'S 1971
HUSBANDS
Ben Gozzara, Peter Folk and John Cassavettes portray three middle-class,
middle-aged men who are traumatized by the premature death of a fourth.
A t knditinnabnccrhnol wake turns into a desperate flight into renewed

romantic revelations and inevitable individual choices for each. In c
SUN.: Free showing of the BLUE ANGEL (starring Marlene Die
at 8:00

olor
'trich)
CH. AUD.
sion $1.25

CINEMA GUILD 730&9:35

OLD ARr
Acmiss

MOVIE-WITHIN-A-MOVIE-DOUBLE FEATURE
HEAD (dir. Bob Rafaelson, 1968)
A oerfect comoanion piece to 0 LUCKY MAN!, Rofoelson (FIVE EASY PIECES) has taken
the cinematic conventions of Hollywood in the 30's and 40's and carried them to extremes
that will amaze you. A Busby-Berkeley-dance seauence, light comedy, intense dramaoalar-
ios color photooroohv. the ultimate of the old-movie-within a movie business--all this
starrino the Monkees with suest aoeaorance by Frank Zoppa and a host of others.
0 LUCKY MAN! (dir. Lindsay Ahderson, 1973)
Malcolm MacDowell helped orioinate and stars in this oicaresque tale of an ambitious sauna
coffee salesman whose life turns into a movie before your very eyes. Reminiscent in many
ways of Kubrick's A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, but lots more irreverent and fun. Excellent
music by Alan Price and his band, who somewhere alonq the way manage to become active
characters in the story. A sadly nealected, but outraaeousl vinteresting film.
TONITE AT 7:30 & 9:00 ANGELL HALL
CINEMA 1 $1o.25 EACH SHOW
$2.00 FOR BOTH AUD. 'A'

ONN

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6:00 2 4 11 13 NEWS
9 CBC NEWS-
George Finstad
50 STAR TREK
56 FIRING LINE-
Wiliam F. Buckley
62 GINO WASHINGTON-
Variety
6:30 2 11 CBS NEWS-Dan Rather
4 NBC NEWS-Tom Brokaw
7 ABC NEWS-Ted Koppel
POLICE SURGEON
-Crime Drama
20 MOVIE-
"Here Comes Mr. Jordan"
62 ROLLER SKATING
7:00 2 TRUTH OR
CONSEQUENCES
4 PROFILES N BLACK
7 DETROIT-Discussion
9 SPACE:1999-Science
03 50 LAWRENCE WELK
56 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS-
Music
62 FISHIN' HOLE
7:30 2 $25,000 PYRAMID-Game
4 DAVID NIVEN'S WORLD
-Adventure
7 MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
62 OUTDOORS WITH KEN
CALLAWAY
8:?00 2 11 JEFFERSONS
4 13 EMERGENCY!
7 24 MOVIE-
r'Panache"
S THIS IS THE LAW-
Game
50 MOVIE-
"She Wore a Yellow Ribbon"
8:30 2 11 DOC-Comedy
9 FRANKIE HOWERD SHOW
-Comedy
9:00 2 11 MARY TYLER MOORE
4 03 MOVIE-
"White Lighning"
9 CONCERT FOR EARL
SCRUGGS-Music
62 FUTURE SHOCK-Dane
9:3S02 11 BOB NEWHIART'
7 24 MOVIE-
"High Risk"
105:f051 1MS U.S.A. BEAUTY
PAGEANT
9 SIDESTREET-Crime

NOW SHOWING at
ART 1 Theatre
"Expose Me Lovely"
ART II Theatre
"French Brew" and
"Mary Jane"
31 N. Washington, Ypsilanti-482-3300
Daily 10 a.m. to midnight, Sunday noon to midnight

Drama
50 LOU GORDON
56 MOVIE-
"State of Siege"
62 MOVIE-
"Cleopatra's Daughter"
11:00 4 7 13 NEWS
9 CBC NEWS -
George Finstad
11:15 7 ABC NEWS
9 PROVINCIAL AFFAIRS-
Report
00:20 9 NEWS
11:30 4 MOVIE-
"The African Queen"
7 MOVIE-
"Judgment at Nuremberg"
13 MARY HARTMAN,
MARY HARTMAN-
Mary meets Dennis on the
sly and in her home; Nlirriel
uses Timmie to makeltroii-
ble toe Chaelie sod Lorertta.
50 MOVIE
"Them"
12:00 2 11 NEWS
9 MOVIE-
"Companoyof Killers"
12:30 2 MOVIE-
"Girl Happy"
11 MOVIE-
"oThe Eyes of Charles Sand"
2:00 11 13 NEWS
>:36 2 MOVIE-
"Planet on the Prowl"
DESERT SUBWAY
EUREKA, Nev. R)- - It
may be hard to believe, but
there once was a subway in the
Nevada desert.
Under the hills of Eureka, a
once - bustling mining town i.t
the Diamond Mountains, a soot
way was dug connecting the
town's two breweries with its
saloons. Several stores, a
school and some homes also
had access to the tunnel.
All that remains today is
short section under a hotel.

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