Saturday, May 29, 1976
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BOWLING and Pinball open 1 p.m.
Sat.-Mon. at the Union. cF329
THE ADVENTURES OF ANE
(AML's younger sister)
As you won't remember our hero-
ine, ANE has just headed for the
store, not realizing that through
the plotting of the evil Kepar
strange things will happen to her
* .more excitemeat tomorrow.
* *" dF528
ORIENTAL FEMALE housekeeper for
traveling executive. Need depend-
able person for 3 or 4 hours per
week-excellent remuneration plus
other gratuities. Write Daily, Box 22.
SPECIAL RATES for the weekend.
Billiards at $1 per hour. Open 1
p.m Sat.-Mon. at the Union.
FREE CIDER AND COOKIES
International Center cider hours
continue through Spring and Sum-
mer every Friday 3-5 p.m. Interna-
tional Center Lounge. Across from
South Quad. 17F529
DRUMMER WANTED-,Troup of in-
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9805, Leigh 994-1104. 06F29
TA's RA's SA's-What did the ori-
gInal American revolutionaries do
when faced with the choice between
non-representation, and collective
action against oppression? Like
George III, the University Admin-
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YES, 514 E. William, Ann Arbor,
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camping. Membership $50 per adult.
Brochure from Bloods. 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. 48F630
HEART CENTER SCHOOL OF AS-
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Read and Use
In 1884 V.
an elevenyear 4 W
old Quaker boy5
believing that W
God was directing him,
set out across the grasslands
of Montana alone to avenge
the death of his family.
A 1Im OfFiA mwcera Frrom
TheWindS of Autumn~f
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Mon.-Fri. 7:00 & 9 00
Sat & Sn. 1:00-:00-5:0 -7:090
ANN ARBOR PREMIERE 1976
DIRECTED BY EMILE DE ANTONIO AND WITH CINEMATOGRAPHY BY
HASKELL WEXLER, this Color Documentary portrays the activities of the
Weather Underground, an offshoot of S.D.S. and the Sixties. The FBI at-
tempted to subpoena this film to get information on stlil at-large members.
Ann Arbor was the site of the earliest Weather activity.
SUN.: Free showing of the classic silent-ROBIN HOOD
starring Douglas Fairbanks at 8
CINEMA GUILD T oNGTAiL AmisioR A1.56
CLASSIC AMERICAN COMEDIANS WEEKEND
THE MARX BROS. in 1929
The Marx Brothers take on hotel management and the Florida real estate
boom in this, their second film. It doesn't make much sense, but then, what
do you expect? And anyway, why a duck? (Good news for the Zeppo Anti-
Defamation League-he's in this one).
TONIGHT of AUD 'A' ANGELL HALL
CN A I 7:30 & 10 P.M. ADM. $1.25