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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June _1 1, 1976

This week's Happenings..

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etter in retrospect than it did profound but amusingly inven- ou what "real" Americans
first blush. " tive Italian film. '- like. This 1942 comedy - dra
The 10th Victim - (Ann Ar- The Sleeping Car Murders- Pre-dated the "road" film ge
r Film Co-op, MLB 4, 7:13 tArn Arbor Film Co-op, ML by thirty years, and is con
sly) - Futuristic fantasy of 4. 9 only) - Costa - Gavras'
gun-happy society whose citi- firs, film, about a murderer at Ball of Fire - (Cine
-s are each given a kind of loose on a passenger train. Guild, Arch. Aud., 7:30 & 9:
portsman's license to hunt Yves Montnand heads a star- - A college linguistics prof
twn ten other citizens, while studded cast. sor (Gary Cooper) battles ga
king care to the fact that Sullivan's Travels - (Cine- sters. Offbeat Howard Haw
ich is himself undoubtedly on m It, Ang. Aud. A, 7:30 & comedy was famous in its ti
rneone else's ten best list. 9:15) --- A successful comedy but is only intermittently fur
Ttrcello Mastrionni and Ur- director decides he should start today. **
SILENCE IS DEADLY.
When someone drinks too Don't hesitate because your r i ; - A""" y
much and then drives, it's the friendmay have been drinking oniy IBONX 2345 1
silence that kills. Your silence, beer. Beer and wine can be just as ROCKVttI.IT,MARYLAND 20852
It kills yourfriends, your intoxicating as mixed drinks, I Idont ano remainsient
relatives, and people you don't even And don't think that black I Tellmew at elset can do.
know. B ut theyre all people you coffee will make him sober. Black _ ______m__
could sa ve, c offee never made anyone sober. I dsĀ«
If yau knew what to say, Maybe itwould keephim awake Lee
maybe you'd be less quiet. Maybe long enough to have an accident. 1L ___ >--_
tewerpeople would die. But that's about all, FEN DOTf TFRIID
What you should say is,'il The best way to prevent a DRIVE DRUNK.
drive you home." Or, 'Let me call a drunk from becoming a dead drunk
cab." of, Sleep On my couch isto stop him from driving.
tonight." Speak up. Don't let silence

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MUSIC
Pine Knob - Laura Nyro,
$7.50 and $5.00.
Second Chance - Luther Al-
lison, Rhythm and Blues, $2.00
student, $2.50 othrs.
Blind Pig - Fenton Robinson
ar" The Silvertones, Rhythm
and Blues $1.00.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
Bluegrass
Mr. Flood's Party - Tucker
Blues Band, Blues, $1.00
THEATER
R. C. Summer Theater -
"The North Beach Gang" E.
Quad Aud 8, 10:30 p.m.
University Dancers - "Waltz
Walstein Sonata" Power center
8 p.m.
Saturday
CINEMA
Playtime & Mr. Hulot's Holi-
day - (Cinema It, Ang. And.
A, Playtime at 7:30, Mr. Hulot's
Holiday at 9:30) - Jaques Ta-
ti's immortal French traveler
in probably his two best fea-
tures. Splended fun.****
F o r e i g n Correspondent
- (Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud,
7:33 & 9:35) - An American
journalist in Europe attempts to
track down a kidnapped diplo-
ma:. Hitchcock's last British
film Is considered his best by
some, although never seen by
this writer.
Battle of Algiers -(July 4th
Coalition, MLB 4, 9:15 only) -
Gillo Pontecorvo's remarkable
depiction of Alberia's lengthy
ant ultimately successful strug-
gle for independence against
French rule. Painstaking and
inspiring, although tempered in
restrospect by the ironic fact
there is considerably less indi-
viual freedom in Algeria to-
day than there was under the
French. ****
Salt of the Earth - (July
4th Coalition, MLB 4, 7:30 on-
ly) - Workers' drama about a
miners' strike in New Mexico.
Pauline Kael thinks the film is
Communistic; Steven Scheur
(Movies on TV) likes it regard-
less (***). Judge for your-
selves.
MUSIC
Second Chance - Luther Al-
lison, Rhythm and Blues, $2.00
student, $2.50 others.
-lind Pig - Fenton Robin-
son and The Silvertones, Rhy-
thn and Blues, $1.00
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
Bluegrass
Attention Students!
NOW AT
Student Bike Shop
YOU CAN GET
THESE DEALS--
Master, 6 ft. double
locking cable-reg.
$7.95 SPECIAL $6.00
TOE CLIPS with straps,
reg. $3.98
SPECIAL $2.50
Student Bike Shop
Hours: 10 a.m.-5 o.m.
607 S. FOREST
Phone 662-6986

Mr. Flood's Party - Tucker
Blues Band, Blues, $1.00
THEATER
R. C. Summer Theater -
"North Beach Gang," E. Quad
And. 8. 10:30 p.m.
University Dancers - "Waltz
Waldstein Sonata," Power Cen-
ter 8 p.m.
Sunday
CINEMA
1 - (Cinema Guild, Arch.
And., 8 only) - Fritz Lang's
great film about a child moles-
ter - murderer and the efforts
of both the police and organiz-
ed crime to hunt him down, lest
he give the latter a "bad repu-
tation". A brutal and uncom-
pramising film in which no one
comes off in a very good light,
but don't be scared off by it;
this is absolutely brilliant cine-
ma, featuring Lang's menacing
blend of light and dark ,and
Peter Lorre's incredible por-
trayal o fthe tragic, perverse
killer. One of the two best of-
ferings of the week, and best
of all it's FREE.****
MUSIC
Pine Knob - Great Golden
Hits of the Monkees, $5.00 and
$3.00
Second Chance - Luther Al-
lison. Rhythm and Blues, $1.00
student, $1.50 others.
Mr. Flood's Party - Glenn
and Kevin, Country, no cover.
THEATER
R. C. Summer Theater -
"North Beach Gang," 8 p.m.
E. Quad Aud.
Monday
CINEMA
Nothing scheduled.
MUSiC
Second Chance - New York
Dolls, Glitter Rock, $3.50.
Blind Pig - Boogie Wogie
Red, Piano Blues, $1.00
Mr. Flood's Party - Aging
Children, Folk, no cover.
Tuesday
CINEMA
Desperate Characters - Ann
Arbor Film Co-op, Ang. Aud.
A, 7:15) - One of the best and
most sadly overlooked films in
recent years. Writer - director
Frank Gilroy has fashioned a
brilliantly perceptive psycho-
social commentary on urban so-
ciety's descent into darkness,
w h i c h stands an sort of
a Beautiful People companion
piece to the recent Taxi Driver.
A wealthy New York couple
find their marital relationship
slowly disintegrating, marching
step by step with the savage
disolution of the city around
tham. In contrast to the overt
garishness of Taxi Driver,
the constant menace is more
subtly conveyed: The discov-
ery of a rock hurled previous-
ly through a window,'the sounds
of violence on a street far be-
low, a ransacked summer cot-
tage - all observed obliquely
See HAPPENINGS, Page 11

SAM'S STORE.
LIBERTY 663-8611

"DOES THE PERSON OF FAITH
SPEAK TO THE STATE?"
The Rev. Daniel Slobough
Chairman, Mennonite Peace and Social Concerns Commission
8:00 P.M.-SUNDAY, JUNE 13
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
(921 CHURCH, between Hill and Oakland)
THE SEMINAR WILL BEGIN WITH A 20-MIN. FILM
ABOUT GANDHI.

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