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THE MICHfGAN DAILY

Friday; June 4 1976-

THE ICHIAN DILY ridaJue 4,197.

Happenings (c-.ti.ued

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(cauaaa raaaon Pe Sr
A i t t i e old - fashioned, but
brought viciously to life by Paul
Muni's brilliant, thinil-disguised
portrait of Al Capone Admis-
sion is FREE.
M\onday
CINEMA
Cul-de-sac-(Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, MLB 3, 7 only)-Ronan
Polanski's a bs u r d i s t tragi-
comedy of a couple terrorized

by a gangster on a remote
island. Layers of macho and
masochism, and certainly Po-
lanski's most offbeat effort to
date. *"*'* 1/
Repulsion - (Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, MLB 3, 9 only)-Polan-
ski's famous study of a young
manicurist's psychological dis-
integration, featuring Catherine
Deneuve's one- great perform-
ance in a film. Compare this
one with Robert Altman's crude
rip-off, Images, and you'll ap-
preciate just how extraordinary

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a director Polanski is. * * *
CINEMA
Tuesday
West Side Story - Ann Arbor
Film Co-op, Ang. A. A, 7 &
9:45) - Bernstein's Broadway
show gets the Grand Epic Treat-
ment. Not the end-all filmed
musical (as Cabaret proved),
but sti guaranteed to sweep
you off your feet. * * *
Wednesday
CINEMA
Shampoo - (Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, Ang. Aud. A, 7 & 9)-
Warren Beatty's savagely funny,
s u p p o s e d l y autobiogra-
phical study of a quintessential
hairdresser-stud bathed in the
eternal youth of Southern Cali-
fornia of the late 1960's. Doesn't
quite maintain the courage of
its convictions, but remains a
decidely different, amost-bril-
liant film. * * * %/
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The Seduction of Mimi-(Peo-
ple's Bicentennial Commission,
MLB, 7 & 9-Communist factory
worker runs perpetual footrace
to avoid the Sicilian Mafia on
the one hand, his wife on the
other. A l e eri n g 1ry unfunny
comedy by Lena Wertmuller
that is vastly inferior to her
subsequent, exquisite Love and
Anarchy. Are bloated fat wo-
men really that comic? **
Thursday
CINEMA
Chinatown-(Ann Arbor Film
Co-op, Ang. Aud. A, 7 & 9:5)-
Roman Polanski's s t u d y of
moral - political perversion in
Depression-era Los Angeles is
more an unabashed horror film
than the cynical detective story
it pretends to be. One of the
biggest-and m o s t deserved-
hits of the '70's. * * * *
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W A S H I N G T 0 N W) -
Funds totaling $176,000 have
been awarded to Barrow Re-
search Inc., of Richmond, Va.,
by the National Endowment for
the Humanities and the Council
on Library Resources.
The grant "will support a
large-scale test of the morpho-
line vapor deacidification proc-
ess for preserving books
through the use of a medium-
sized processor designed to
treat 50-100 books simulta-
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(Continued from Pagl 71
pollution costs and may need
rate increases.
But the study said air and
water pollution standards would
bring only a small cost increase
compared to the predicted rise
in household electricity bills for
other reasons.
THE STUDY said the average
family's use of electricity would
probably increase more than 50
per cent by 1985 while utility
rates could also rise even with-
out antipollution controls.
These factors alone may in-
crease the average household
electricity bill from about $25.60
per month in 1975 to about $70.80
per month in 1985, not counting
the effect of inflation, the study
said.
It estimated that the cost of
pollution controls would add
about $2.90 per month, less thaw
four per cent, to the total
monthly bill in 1985.
MORE CAVES FOUND
JEFFERSON C I T Y, Mo.
{P) - The Division of Geolo-
gy and Land Survey says 202-
more caves were found in Mis-
souri in 1975.
It is said the finds brought
the total of known caves to
3.313.

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