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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 18, 1985

Vit ality

of

expression

(Continued from Page 5)
"The quintessential troubled
youth," is more awesome to Estevez
than influential. "The quickest way
to a young actor's grave is to think
he's the next James Dean," Estevez
said.
In That Was Then ... This Is Now
Estevez plays Mark Jennings, a
young kid who just doesn't want
people to hurt him. Estevez says he
had to reach inside himself for in-
spiration.
"When I have to play someone
who's very intense, who's very in-
secure, who's got a lot of fears, I
really just tap into my own fears and
insecurities. It's a part of myself I
often don't like to look at, but being
in the business, it forces me to share
those things with the public - that
dark side of me."
In contrast to the role of Andy, the
clean-cut jock in The Breakfast Club
Mark is very violent and at one point
in the movie punches a guy in the
face for no reason.
"I'm a combination of Andy in The
Breakfast Club and Mark in That
Was Then. I think maybe we all have
a little Mark in us. You know, that
alter ego screaming to get out .. .
and verbally or physically abuse
someone."
Mark has "got so much pain inside
him, so much hurt, that he's got to
take it out on people - abuse them."
Estevez got the idea of adapting
That Was Then for screen when he
was filming Tex, also adapted from

an S.E. Hinton novel. Estevez says
he passed his free time on the set by
reading Hinton novels - one of them
That Was Then.
"The book just floored me," he
says. "The characters were so real
and so rich. The book did not con-
descend to young people."
Estevez discovered that no one
owned the movie option for the book
and quickly acquired it for himself.
"The book is very moraffstfc, very
down, very dark," says Estevez.
The film, which premiered four and
a half years after he picked up the
book, had to be made lighter, he
said.
"It was tested with a different en-
ding, which audiences felt was very

dark, so we felt we had to lighten it
up - that we needed to have Mark
learn something by the end of the
film. We needed to have Mark take
responsibility for his life.
"The film is at the end a little am-
biguous. There's not a hopeful
feeling but there's not a hopeless
feeling either."
Besides Tex, in which he made his
motion picture debut, and That Was
Then, Estevez played Two Bit Mat-
thews in The Outsiders, another
adaptation from a Hinton novel.
If there's anything characteristic
of the work of the self-professed
"serious actor," it's that Estevez
seems to revel in his self-expression

- basically he has a lot of fun on the
screen.
Nowhere is this more evident than
in Repo Man and to a lesser extent
That Was Then. Of Repo Man
Estevez says, "It was a wild set.
Just a crazy time on that picture. We
would rewrite scenes five minutes
before we'd shoot them."
Estevez sees himself just con-
tinuing to make films. "I've been
given a great opportunity and I don't
want to blow it. "I'm just having the
time of my life right now. I'm really
having a blast."

6
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Walls':

A world of tension in a cell

Movie buffs and those concerned about the Middle East
conflict will receive a treat as Behind the Walls makes its
Ann Arbor premiere. This extraordinary Israeli film
takes place in a prison where Jews and Arabs are incar-
cerated together. The hostility between the two cultures
surfaces resulting in violent confrontations.
The prison emerges as a metaphor for the greater
Israeli society, where inhabitants are weakened by their
division. Benny Barbush, the film's screenwriter and a
noted peace activist, explains that the evil warden
represents, "the darker side of authority in Israel."
"It is a love story," says Barbush, "a story about frien-
dship, solidarity, and compassion."
The film has received critical acclaim wherever it has

been screened. In Israel is received an award as the Best
Israeli Film of the Year, managing to slip by the media
censorship that exists in Israel. It has also been an
Academy Award nominee in the Best Foreign Film
category, and was awarded first prize at the Venice Film
Festival.
The public is invited to meet Mr. Barbush at 8:30 p.m. in
Angell Hall - Auditorium C, for a further introduction to
the film. The film itself will begin at 9:30 in Auditorium A.
The film is in Hebrew with English and Arabic subtitles,
and is free of charge. It is being sponsored byt he
Progressive Zionist Caucus, Hamagshimim, and Hillel.
-Charlotte Levy and Sharon Fisch

a

Emilio Estevez, aside from acting in just about every teen drama film of
the last two years, has also proven himself as a screenplay writer, most
recently adapting S.E. Hinton's "That Was Then ... This Is Now" for a
film script.

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LOST & FOUND

FOR RENT FOR RENT

STUDENT SERVICES BUSINESS SERVICES

TICKETS

JACQUES ESTEREL - watch. Silver with
gold screws, lost 11-8. Reward offered.
764-1916. 38A1118

FOR SALE

SPACES NOW AVAILABLE FOR WINTER -
in cooperatives. Room, board, and community;
average of $265/month. Includes food, phone,
free laundry machines, etc. Call 662-4414 or
stop by 4002 Michigan Union. Contracts also
available for fall 1986. cB1203
DODGE COLT '78. $950, radials, great winter
starter, 665-7317. 76B1122
RENAULT LECAR, 1980. Air, sunroof, AM-FM,
good condition. 47,000 miles. $1500. 429-4533.
68B1122
MONZAS 5PYDER '79-4spd, sun/rf, am-fm cass,
more, no rust, 65,OO0mi, 764-3877. 65B1121
'76 MUSTANG, Excellent Condition $1600 Must
See Call 426-2934 Eves. 44B1119
MARKLEY - Male double, 2 leases for sale.
same room. 764-7771. 35B1118
JEEPS, CARS, Trucks $100, now available in
your area.1-619-565-1522 for directory 24 hours.
20B1118
1980 MAZDA RX-7. 5-speed, great condition.
$5000. Call 665-7391. 91B 1121
DESPERATE! I've moved, I have to sell my
house. 3 bedroom split ranch, west side, one
nrle from campus. 1-612-869-5895. CALL
COLLECT. 57B1202
'78 FIESTA. Runs Great. Many new parts.
$1100. Brian 994-5967. 63B1121
ALICE LLOYD LEASE for sale. Winter term.
Female single. Call Sarah at 7644961. (keep
trying). 46B1127
IBMXT, IBMAT your best value. Hardware and
sotware. Call today 761-7583. 52B1120

MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED winter term,
spacious 2-bedroom apartment, Jan. - May lease,
$160/Month and electric, great location Hill and
Packard. Call Bill/Jeff 996-8458. 73C1203
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY for rent. Very close
to campus. Available December 1st. 761-5313.
81C1126
WANTED: Male roommate, January through
August. Beautiful apartment - 769-5787 (ask
for Paul.) 79C1122
2-BEDROOM APT. for 3-4 people on S. Forest.
Winter-Spring/Summer 994-6419. 69C1202
SUBLET for Winter term. Single room in spacious
6bedroom house. Low rent. 761-2685. 66C1127
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Winter term
187.50 includes heat 668-1957. 62C1122
NEED SUBLETTER for single lease in two
bedroom apt. Very close to campus, heat and
water ml. Large living room. Lease avail.
Jan-May or Jan-Sept. Rent $190/month. Call
Greg at 764-5837 or 996-3545. 67C1122
2-BEDROOM Apt. Jan-Aug lease, near IM
building, on busroute, 915 S. DIVISION call
TONY/KAREN 662-3768 $540/mo. NCC1118
WANTED: Female border in a sorority for
winter term. Do not have to be Greek. GREAT
LOCATION. 761-8904 $375/mth & meals. cC1211
WINTER SUBLET available - Jan.-May lease.
Two bedroom apt., can accomodate 2-4 people -
modern, furnished, covered parking, laundry
facilities, swimming pool, utilities included -
located on E. University - call persistently
for a GREAT APARTMENT! 663-3068. 37C1126
WINTER TERM SUBLET - 1 Bedroom in a
6 bedroom house. Kitchen, den, washer/dryer,
parking. Great housemates and location. 1 minute
to Union, $170/month + utilities. Call now -
Sheryl, Gail, or Jordan 761-2868. 47C1120
Use Daily Classifieds

TAKE OVER MY LEASE from Dec. 31-
Aug. 31. Furnished studio apt. Corner of Division
&William. Great location. Beautiful Apt.
Laundry, etc. 995-0231. 21C1115
4 MONTH lease for sale. Female to share
1 bedroom bi-level apartment. Call 663-0310.
28C1118

GREEK GAB

BRING DEFECTIVE TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
calculators to University Cellar in North Campus
Commons for a no charge exchange of selected
models. Monday, Nov. 18, 10-6 ONLY. 994-9012.
72G1118
MERCURY'S MESSENGERS - Balloons &
Cakes delivered for all occasions. Visa, MC,
AMEX accepted. Call 24 hours. 668-8492. cGtc
BRAND NEW TELEPHONES - Installed as low
as $15. Call Telephone Crazy 769-1603. cG1115
COMPLETE WRITING assistance - Tutoring,
removing writer's block, reorganizing, editing.
Reasonable 1-968-0976. 30G1118
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACE Word processing, student discount.
769-9069. 21G1120
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
cGtc

FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing 663-7158. cJtc
EDITOR - 40 years experience in making good
writing better. Best quality, low rates, fast
service. 995-0772. cJ1211
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available. 668-8898. cJ1211
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJtc
TYPING - Computer spell checking. Fast.
Efficient service. 455-8270/459-1136. c01211

2 OHIO STATE tickets for SALE. 764-3161.
82Q1122
FOR SALE: 8 UM/OSU tix together. Min.
$50 each. 763-2630. 74Q1122
AVAILABLE: 1 Ohio State ticket, Section 26.
Call 665-6686. NCQ 1121
AVAILABLE 4 UM/OSU tickets, sec. 28. Call
Lisa 764-9657. 64Q1121
WANTED: Six Ohio State football tickets. Call
(800) 482-3906 and ask for Rita. 17Q1121
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/MichigaW
football tickets. 973-9582. cQtp,
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
WANTED - UM Basketball tickets 973-9582.

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WANT.GREAT ROMANCE for your spring
formal? Let us give you the atmosphere.
WELLER'S CARRIAGE HOUSE. 429-2115.
cE1211

HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ042
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
***20% Off 1st paper (with this ad)***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.

cQtc
OSU 30-50 yard line seats needed. "Will pay
23 MEGAbucks" 614-451-7536 or 614-891-3888.
73Q1116
WANTED: 4 Ohio State tickets! Call 761-4323.
s, 50Q1120

PERSONAL

.,,

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
I "Tea for "
4 Royal racing
site
D Horned vipers
18 Marmalade in-
gredient
14 Climbing plant
15 Mountain pass,
in India
1§ Anecdotes
17 Woody's Hall
18 Stockings
19 Be a sport
22 Clue
23 Writer Deighton
24 Michaelmas
daisy
20. Kobe coin
27White House
nickname
29 Rather
33 Sooner,
poetically
32 First century
date: Rom.
33 Comfort's com-
panion
34 Toiler of yore
36 Happy
39 "- corny
-as...''
40 Thy, in Tours
41 A long time
42 Cote dweller
43 Ethiopian
prince
44 Oriental
40 Fireproof
material: Abbr.
40 Rocket
50 Before teen or
test
52 Common
54 Seems ready
for acr'tion

65 Reply, for short
DOWN
1 Bridge holding
2 Enervate
3 Comedian Ole
4 Actor Arkin
5 Unwed
6 Craft for Uncas
7 Party fare
8 Word with off
or up
9 Moslem com-
manders
10 Least
11 Parts of horses'
legs
12 - Anne de
Beaupre
13 Sucker
20 Aviator Balbo
21 God of
shepherds
25 Female ruff
28 Flora and fauna
30 Farewell
32 Army men:
Abbr.
33 Jenny

34 One, in Bonn
35 Fantasized
36 Junior to senior
37 Pillages
38 Wicked one
39 Savers' letters
43 Navigated
44 Decorated
again
45 Fall

46
47
49
51
53
55
56
57

Orchid tubers
Praise
Gunpowder
ingredient
Thesaurus man
Groove
Mastery, in
Dundee
Brothers
Imitate

STUDY IN PEACE and quiet - get ear plugs
at the VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112
S. University. cFtc
MDM -1432--DLB NCF1121
WANT TO BE MORE THAN A NUMBER, to
be remembered by thousands, forever? If you
are a senior involved in peculiar or fascinating
activities we might want to write about you in
the 1986 MICHIGAN YEARBOOK. Contact Pam
764-0561. 56F1119
RELAX INSIDE/OUT
New Age cassettes & LP's for meditation,'
relaxation, guided imagery, creative movement.
Selections played for your convenience. Also
featuring subliminal study, weight loss, sleep, &
other self help tapes. Earth Wisdom Music
314 E. Liberty (inside Seva) 769-0969. cF1211
SEPARATED? DIVORCED? Weekend
residential workshop for men and women of all
ages. November 22-24. $35.00 registration plus
sliding-scale professional fee. Bob Blood, PhD,
Margaret Blood, MA 769-0046. cFll2l
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
appointment. cFtc
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS - Warner-Lambert/
Parke-Davis Pharmeceutical Research Division,
Community Research Clinic, is seeking healthy
male volunteers, 18-55 years of age, to participate
as subjects in drug research studies. Monetary
compensation is provided to research volunteers.
For further information call Mrs. S. Moran, RN,
Research Volunteer Coordinator, (8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Mon.-Fri.), 996-7051. 49F1120
CONFIDENTIAL & INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
973-0710
cFtc
WHY STUDY
SO HARD?
Study SMARTER, not longer!! Teach your
deeper mind to retain, retrieve vital info!
2 cassettes by Emmett Miller, M.D., contains
the easy way to prepare for tests, boards.
Wise Investment -$15.95. To: BETTER LIFE
MGMT., P.O. Box 5247, Bloomington, IN 47402.
cF1211

HELP WANTED

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
SAFAR PLOY SMIT
LHASA EAVE WARY
USING GREW ACER
MONET LAR ETHNO
R FEMTA R HIE EL
F RIE M AGNUMS
IN B RE D OR A TOR IO
A T 0E E ST ES RO0A D
TON E POE M S A B INE
S UR E TES L A S
R EW R ITE D E R
O RR IS N AG P E G 0F
B R IM B A NG T AE G U
LO0N E I DO0L I TA L S
ERGS NENE CARE S
11/18/85

EXPERIENCED window washer-part time
immediately. Opportunity to own business by
spring. Transportation and experience a must.
662-4670. 78H1119
DO YOU WANT to teach English abroad? Call
485-1848. 75H1122
MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE for small
computer software firm. 5-10 hours/week. Call
Peter 662-4826. 58H1122
HELP! MATH/STATS 425 tutor needed
immediately. Call 668-7255, ask for Sandra.
59H1121
WAITPERSON full or part-time experienced.
Inquire at Old German Restaurant 120 West
Washington. 662-0737. 70H1118
A YEAR IN NEW YORK. Au-Pair-nanny for
three year old boy. Own room and bath and
good salary. 45 minutes from Manhattan.
Non-smoker with excellent references, who likes
children. Please call collect, after 8 p.m.
Mrs. Schuman, (201) 376-6391. 14H1121
LOCAL MUSEUM NEEDS strong, reliable,
honest student for janitorial work and light
maintenance of exhibits - 10 or more
hours/week. Call 995-5439. References required.
54H1120
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn
$75-4100. Volunteers needed to test medication for
facial acne. Office visits and medication are
provided free to eligible participants. You must
have moderately severe acne (12 pimples or
more). $75-$100 paid at the successful completion
of the 12-14 week studies. Call UM Department of
Dermatology Research 763-5519, M-F, 9-4, for
further details. 53H1211
ON-CAMPUS secretary position with a computer
firm, 10-20 hours per week. Salary $5/hour. Call
761-7583. 51H1120
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS wanted. Call
761-5343, 3-5 p.m. 99H1120
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is seeking energetic,
responsible freshmen and sophomores for
entry-level positions in classified and display
advertising sales, layout, and finance. Interested
applicants should contact Dawn Willacker in
person at 420 Maynard St., Student Publications
Building. Call 764-0554 for more information.
ncHtc
R.N. MASTER'S Degree, certified G.N.P. or
Geriatric Nurse Clinician to provide primary
care to over 120 residents and Day Care clients.
Responsibilities include preceptor of student
G.N.P.'s. Coordinate Facility's quality assurance
program, employee health program, assist with
coordination of community geriatric health
planning. Excellent fringe benefits. Apply to:
Calhoun County Medical Care Facility, 1150
E. Michigan Ave., Battle Creek, MI 49017
E..E. 40H1119
CHEMIST - Bench Technician. B.S. in
Chemisty, Biochemistry or Immunology, and
2-5 years experience with immunoassays
required. Full-time position in applied research
for immunodiagnostics with established
company. Send inquiry and resume to: Personnel
Manager, Neogen Corporation, 620 Lesher Place,
Lansing, MI 48912-1509. 42H1119
SECRETARIES WANTED: Part-time/full-time.
Come to 1215 Prospect, M-F, 10-6. 19H115
MUSICAL

GOING PLACES

cJtc

ACCUTYPE
WORD PROCESSING
LASER-JET PRINTER
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
cJtc

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UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
The Best of Campus Life!
Furnished Apartments
Great Location
Corner of S. University & S. Forest
636 S. Forest Ave.
761-2680

RIDE NEEDED to Cincinatti. Wednesday
Nov. 27. Will share expenses. Sherri 763-4384.
NCK1118
BOSTON FOR THANKSGIVING: round trip air
ticket - Wednesday through Sunday. $215 face
value. Maria 761-9733 persistently. 71K1125
SPRING BREAK 86 - Freeport, Bahamas. $379
February 22 - March 1. COMPLETE TRAVEL.
761-6500. cK1211
FOR SALE - Round trip ticket from Detroit
to New York (LAGUARDIA) Thanksgiving break
$142.663-0999. 60K1118
FOR SALE Roundtrip ticket from DETROIT
to FT. LAUDERDALE. $208. 663-5296 Dec. 24-
Jan. 7. 36K1119
THANKSGIVING
NEW YORK
FLIGHTS FROM $98
LaGuardia and Newark, Great Places Travel
Consultants, U of M Union Mall. Call immed-
iately 994-4777. cKtc
SITUATIONS
WANTED
EXPERIENCED window washer - part time
immediately. Opportunity to own business by
spring. Transportation and experience a must.
662-4670. 80P1119

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INFORMATION
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mation, call 764-0557, or stop by The Michigan Daily
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CENTER FOR
WESTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF
12 ROMANCE LANGUAGES
DEPARTMENT OF
GERMANIC STUDIES
announce
Informational meetings for Junior/Senior Year
in France at the Universite de Provence and
Germany, at Freiburg.
25
Earn in-residence credit in your concentration
or electives at a major European Univer-
sity. Financial aid is available. Proficiency in
French or German required.
The meetings:
Aix-en-Provence 7:00p.m. 2225 Angell
Wednesday, November 20

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32 33 34
36 37 38

ROOMMATE NEEDED for a beautiful 2 bedroom
apartment. New carpet and furniture. 526
Packard - ideal location. Heat and water
included. Available mid-December. Call Barbara
996-5638. 55S1120
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share large
one bedroom apartment. Parking, fireplace,

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