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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 23, 1982, Page 11, Image 11

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n 1 S 1WMB Li VLI L. . .1 TODAY 2H Open City, Rossellini's film about Catholics and 4( Communists working together to fight the Nazis during the occupation of Rome in World War II. will be shown at 7 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. Shoeshine, De Sica's story of two youngsters who are victims and victimizes in a corrupt society, will be shown at 9 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. Wild in the Streets will be shown as part of the Art School's Cinema60s Film Festival at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. at the Art School. Admission is $2.50 for Art School members and $3 for non members. Life on the Mississippi, a musical adaptation of Mark Twain's book, is being presented by the Playmakers Repertory Com pany through Oct. 3 in the Paul Creen Theatre. Performances are at 8 p.m. nightly except Monday, with additional shows at 2 p.m. Sundays. Call 962-1121 for more information. The Female Figure, a photography exhibit by Gary Adams, is on display through Oct 9 at Frameworks II in Triangle Square Shopping Plaza. Black and White and Color, an exhibit of photographs by April Hart and watercolors by Missie Dickens, is open through Sunday at CenterGallery, Carrboro. Playground Physics, a test exhibit by the National Science Foundation, is open through Oct 12 at the North Carolina Mu seum of Life and Science in Durham. Kandinsky Watercolors, the first fall exhibit of the Ackland Art Museum, displays 50 paintings by the Russian artist The ex hibit runs through Oct 17. The Ruth Faison Shaw Gallery Show, located in the More head Building, is exhibiting the works of this former UNC facul ty member through Wednesday. Juggernaut a science fiction program featuring narration by William Shatner, is the current offering of the Morehead Plane tarium. Composer-pianist David Frishberg performs through Sunday at Stephen's. . .after all. Call 929-0127 for more information. Offender performs at Pegasus! Call 929-5233 for more infor mation. The Swamp Cats perform at The Station. Call 942-5144 for more information. FRIDAY 2i Body Heat, Lawrence Kasdan's tribute to the film p,m noire genre, will be shown in the Union Auditorium at 7. 9:30 and midnight Admission $1. Sherlock Holmes, the original stage adaptation of the Holmes stories, opens Raleigh Little Theatre's 1982-63 season. Call the box office at 821-3111 for more information. Wynona Crawford, Sarah Jessup, Margo Richter and Annette Rogers are the featured artists in an art exhibit in the Raleigh Little Theatre green room. The exhibit runs through Oct 10. Michael Fishback performs at Some Thyme in Durham. Call 286-1019 for more information. Roily Gray and Sunshine perform at The Station. Call 942-51 44 for more information. The volleyball team takes on ACC rival Clemson at Clemson. Ruth Bolinger and Tom Kenyon, jazz artists from San Fran cisco, will perform at 8:30 p.m. at the Art School. Call 929-28 for more information. - Sky Rambles, a narrated tour of the current night sky, is of fered at 7 p.m. prior to the Morehead Planetarium's regular show. Separate admission charge for each. Island begins a two-night engagement at Pegasus. Call 929 5233 for more information. - SATURDAY 25 On the Waterfront Elia Kazan's study of the under world and its influence in and around the New York docks, will be shown in the Union Auditorium at 7 and 9:30 p.m. The John Santa Band will perform at the Art School at 9 p.m. Call 929-2896 for more information. Island continues its engagement at Pegasus. Call 929-5233 for more information. Pratie Heads performs at Some Thyme in Durham. Call 286 1019 for more information. Roily Gray and Sunshine continue an engagement at The Sta tion. For more information, call 942-5144. The men's soccer team plays N.C. Wesleyan at 4 p.m. on Fetzer Field. The women's soccer team travels to Williamsburg, Va. for the William and Mary Invitational. ' The volleyball team plays UNC-Charlotte and Western Caro lina in Charlotte. The women's cross-country team hosts Maryland, Wake Forest Tennessee and Villanova at 10:15 a.m. on Finley Golf Course. The men's cross-country team meets Maryland, Duke and Wake Forest at 11 a m. at Finley. SUNDAY 26 Barravento (The Turning Wind), a Brazilian film which explores the clash between mysticism and its exploitation, will be shown at 8 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. Variety, Kreise, (Composition in Blau, and American March will be shown at 2:30 p.m. in Carroll Hall in conjunction with the Ackland Art Museum's current exhibit "Kandinsky Water colors." Metropolis wil be shown at 4 p.m. in Carroll Hall in conjunc tion with the Ackland Museum's current exhibit "Kandinsky Watercolors." The North Carolina Symphony will give a free pops concert at 4 p.m. in Forest Theatre. James Tate will read from his poetry at 8 p.m. at the. Art School. Call 942-2041 for more information. Movies performs at Pegasus. Call 929-5233 for more informa tion. Hayes Samir performs at The Station. For more information, call 942-5144. The field hockey team plays Old Dominion on Navy Field at 1 p.m. MONDAY 21 Movies continues its engagement at Pegasus. Call 929-5233 for more information. TUESDAY 2gy The Red Rose Flyers provide music for a square dance at The Station. Call 942-5144 for more infor mation. Volleyball faces arch-rival N.C. State in Raleigh at 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY 2v Experimental films will be shown beginning at 8 p.m. kj in the Union Auditorium. American and European Jr films will be on the program. The Modern Artist the Chapel Hill Pubic Library's fall film series, continues with films on Georgia O'Keeffe and Lorraine Hansberry at 7 p.m. Joe Williams begins a oneweek engagement at Stephen's. . . after all. Advance pre-paid reservations are required. Call 929 0217 for more information. Sidewinder performs at Pegasus. Call 929-5233 for more in formation. Export-A performs at The Station. Call 942-5144 for more in formation. The women's soccer team hosts Duke on Fetzer Field at 4 p.m. The field hockey team plays Virginia at 7 p.m. on Navy Field. MQVBES Plaza l-The Soldier at 3:10, 5:10. 7:10 and 9:10 ends today. Tempest starts Friday at 2:20. 5:10 and 8. Plaza II An Officer and a Gentleman at 2:15, 4:40. 7:05 and 9:30. Plaza III-Pink Floyd -The Wall at 3:20, 5:20. 7:20 and 9:20. Plaza Lateshows Pink Floyd The Wall at midnight The Rocky Horror Picture Show at 12:05 and An Officer and a Gentleman at 12:10 Friday and Saturday. Carolina Blue The World According to Garp at 1:30, 4:15, 7 and 9:45 ends today. Amityviile Ik The Possession starts Friday at 2:15, 4:30. 7 and 9:15. Carolina White E.T. at 7:1 5 and 9:30; extra show at 5 Satur day and Sunday. Carolina Classic Judgment at Nuremburg at 1 and 4:15 ends today. The King and I starts Friday at 2.00 and 4:30; no 4:30 show Saturday and Sunday. Carolina Lateshows The Man Who Fell to Earth at 11:45 and Polyester at midnight Friday and Saturday. Ram I Das Boot at 8:1 5; weekend matinees at 2:45 and 5:30. Ram II Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl at 7 and 9; weekend matinees at 3 and 5. HO C Ram III Fast Times at Ridgemont High at-7;15 and 9:15; weekend matinees at 3:15 and 5:15. Ram Lateshows Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl and MASH at 11:30 Friday and Saturday. JU h SS -5 -lonlcon Specialties Inclose: if fm SfM few amm i. ' ' - :rr tc ... s jr Ml! i i i h ill Batarrillo biL fl fjoar tortl.ga Jw wH , ac,.,,.,,, 3tw wta; topped with rd chli tws9, jssltc4i:?u inlfacttcsrac :iftovajSwIl a.fmrTvacstsbl end spanisn rice, h vegetarian cz: S lit or byjtr i pitcher! CoolIpnJCcnlr Haracrrir m V- . m n m i run 4""""""N. r Top yoarmOT Danaclo Rctlcno S, Serving dinner nightly beginning ct 5:30 4 p.m. Fcs&c'l atcn!3y Unch 1 11:30-2 ricndy-FrlCa ft CK3 Plaza "'li"y lcv trani. 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