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ARTS

The Michigan Daily

Monday, April 11, 1988

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The Oscar:

Symbol of

excellence or popularity?

By Mark Shaiman
"May I have the envelope,
please." A drumroll sounds. "And
the winner is ..."
Once again the Oscars are upon
us, the night when last year's
achievements in motion pictures are
recognized - or at least some of
them.
In a year when neither My Life
As A Dog nor Jean De Florette is
nominated as best film, foreign or
otherwise, something is amiss. But
the nominations are long past, so I'll
forego my grudges against the
Academy, because tonight is Holly-
wood's biggest outing.
How big? Last year's extrava-

ganza cost $4.34 million to put on
and the revenues were $7.71 million.
You can be sure that with this kind
of profit margin, the Academy will
once again go for broke.
Obviously, movies are a big-
money business, but the Oscar rec-
ognizes artistic merit. Well, at least
that is the intention. What really
goes on is slightly different.
First of all, the American
Academy of Motion Picture Arts
And Sciences is divided into 13
branches, from directors to editors to
actors. People from each group vote
for other people in their own cate-
gory. This is where the nominations
come from, which seems perfectly
legitimate.
For the winners, the members of
the Academy get to vote in all the

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ACTIVISTS/STUDENTS
Will you be an observer or a participant in
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49508.
HELP WANTED: Administrative assistant
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REPRODUCTIVE BI-
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categories. This year there are a total
of 39 individual films nominated for
the various awards. But are we really
supposed to believe that every one of
those 4,485 voters saw every one of
these films?
What really influences the voters,
if not the movies themselves, is ad-
vertising. Full page ads in trade
magazines and Hollywood billboards
promote Michael Douglas as Best
Actor or Broadcast News as best
film.
And again it all comes back to
money. An Oscar for best film can
bring in an extra $10 million in
box-office receipts, in addition to
boosting the income from cable and
video rights.
So who is this almighty Oscar
guy, anyway? As an award he has
HELP WANTED
TELEMARKETERS
Permanent part-time positions
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while you learn. Flexible hours.
Sales experience preferred.
Call Mr. Maltese, 996-2027
RESEARCH VOL UNTEERS.
NEEDED
Healthy male volunteer 18-55 may
qualify for medication research studies.
Research volunteers are paid for
participation.
Call Sally McKenna, R.N., 996-7051.
Monday-Thursday, 8 am - 3 pm.
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been around since 1927, but he got
his nickname four years later when a
secretary named Margaret Herrick
saw the statue and remarked "Why,
he reminds me of my uncle Oscar."
A columnist heard this and printed
it, and the affectionate term has been
around since. Such is the stuff of
Hollywood legends.
Designed by art director Cedric
Gibbons (who later won 11
Academy Awards himself) and exe-
cuted by sculptor George Stanley,
Oscar grasps a sword and stands
upon a reel of film. He measures in
at thirteen and a half inches tall, and
is made of metal covered in gold.
That's the short history of Oscar;
but what you really want are predic-
See Academy, Page 8

Douglas
... do billboards win Oscars?

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MUSICAL

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MACINTOSH TECHNICAL ASSISTANT-.
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knowledge is helpful. Please send resume,
description of Macintosh knowledge, salary
expectations and availability date to Box 5
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Spnng/Summer, work/study students. Apply
in person. U-M is an equal opportunity, af-
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PART TIME JOB available. Must be
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week. Phone 971-290'7.
PART-TIME LAWN & GARDEN
WORK.One day per week. May-Aug. $5/H-r.
Near central campus. Call 769-4080.
Person wanted to work part time on field re-
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design and/or survey research. Some travel
required. Send resume to: Herman Miller
Research Cororation, 3971 S. Research Park.
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Present or former English 225 students: stu-
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examining the use of computers in writing.
Experience usingcomputers for w ntmg re
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STARTING SUMMER WITH EMPTY
POCKETS?
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April on our phone campaign to keep unsafe
radioactive waste out of Michigan. Ad-
vancement and summer job possibilities.
Flexible eve. hrs. $5.00+/hr. Cal Sean 930-
1806.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT for U of M stu-
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min./13 week summer plus Ft. Lauderdale
trip in fall for qualified students. Automobile
required. Co-op credits possible for market-
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and on-campus interview phone Mr. Ander-
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9500.
SUMMER HELP
Cashiers, sales clerks,.& stock help. Nice
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SUMMER JOBS
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SUMMER RESTAURANT HELP
WANTED. Positions open for waitresses,
waiters, hosts, bartenders busboys. Apply in
person at Key Largo lestaurant, 142E.
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TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
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PLANE TICKET: Detroit to Newark. April
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Ticket avail. to New York on May 2.
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TWO RT. NORTHWEST AIR TCKS. Any-
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FEMALE NON-SMOKING ROOMMATE
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FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED: share lg.
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THE STUDENTS COUNSELING OFF. is
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U of M research and adult devel. Will Pay
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VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST-ASSIS-
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Call 668-1466.
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BLOCKS from Student Union.
Call 996-8890. Ask for Mr. Rush.
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