6 Weekender Friday, October 28. 1977
Rick, lisa and Sam go over some old memories in one of the screen's all time great
movies, Casablanca. This is the second in the Carolina Theatre's Bogart Series, and
it runs only one week. Admission is a special $2. Advertisement.
Continued from page 5.
Bill Dooley: Football - Highlights of
Saturday's North Carolina vs. Maryland
game. At noon on Channel II.
NFL Football - T he Philadelphia Eagles
meet the Redskins in Washington, D.C. at I
p.m. on Channel II: The San Diego
Chargers lace the Dolphins in Miami at I
p.m. on Channel 28; The Pittsburgh Steelers
play the Colts in Baltimore at 4 p.m. on
Cool Hand Luke(1967)- Paul Newman
gives a magnificent performance as a spirited
rebel member of a Southern chain gang.
George Kennedy won an Oscar for his
forceful portrayal of the convict leader. At 5
p.m. on Channel 5.
Masterpiece Theatre: Angel In fliis
concluding episode, Dickens writes A
Christmas Carol following a visit to the
London slums. At 9 p m. on Channel 4.
The Amish: A People of Preservation -This
documentary, filmed in the Amish
community in Lancaster County, Pa.,
explores the people who refuse to sacrifice
their way of life for convenience or progress,
and their difficulty in living side-by-side with
the modern world. At lOp.m.onChanneU.
Equus - This is the last weekend of the
Playmakers Repertory Theatre's production
of Peter Shaffer's Tony Award-winning
play. The story revolves around the
psychiatric treatment of a boy who blinds six
horses. Shows at 8 p.m. F- riday and Saturday
and at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Second Time Around - The Village
Dinner theatre of Raleigh opens with
another show this weekend, a comedy
starring Broderick Crawford. Call 506-8343
The Firebugs - The Duke University
Players present this comedy at 8: 1 5 p.m. in
Branson Theatre, on East Campus
The Little Foxes- This compelling story
of sibling rivalries is playing at 8 p.m. Kriday
and Saturday at N.C. State University'y
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow At
Raleigh's Pullen Park Children's threatre
Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. At 4 p.m.
both davs. the Puppets in the Park will
present the Lost Dragon. For information
You're a Good Man Charlie Brown -
The UNC-Greensboio Department of
Drama presents this musical favorite at 8: 15
p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2; 15
Sunday in Taylor Theatre.
In Focus WDBS.FM 107 presents The
Who and B.B. King from 6 to 1 1 p.m.
Scar Wars - Hear the continuing saga at 9
p.m. each Friday on WXYC, 89.3 FM.
Classics in Stereo - The Sunday Concert
on WDBC-FM I07from 7 to II a.m. and
noon to 1 p.m.
Cat's Cradle - Sportin' Life plays Friday
and Saturday nights; Sunday is Jaz Night
with Paul Miles and the slsley Tradition.
The Mad Hatter Wind Jammer is
featured Friday andSaturday nights; Santa
The Station - This weekend's groups are
Jim Magil and Frank l)ietr( Friday), Skatin'
(Saturday) and West F. Street Sextet
Ackland Memorial Art Center - I he
exhibit features approximately 135 objects
illustrating the impact of the Art Nouveau
movement in Hungary. Last weekend.
Restaurant lacks national character
Rendezvous elsewhere for food, atmosphere
A relatively recent addition to the
Chapel Hill gastronomic scene is the
Rendezvous Restaurant on Franklin
Street. Rendezvous bills itself as an
Italian-American resaturant, a vague
assertion permitting a liberal
interpretation, but it possesses;- little
national character. v
The atmosphere at Rendezvous is
somewhat less than stimulating.
UnopenU bottles of cheap, Italian
Chianti hang from the ceiling like model
airplanes in a science exhibit. In a
concession to the ecology movement,
the Rendezvous register offers abode to
one lonely plant.
One would be willing to ignore such
shortcomings if the food were
By BREST KU I.MAS
The Rendezvous Restaurant
157S E. Franklin St.
Open seven days, 11 a m. -midnight
promising. Unfortunately, the
confusing menu offers little culinary
imagination: standard Italian dishes as
well as the usual local fare. The Soup du
Jour was a nonexistent offering.
The wine list offers some distinction
but consists largely of French and
German wines. The Italian selections
were undistinguished a Chianti and a
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DOUBLES 8 game pro set
Rod Laver & Junie Chatman, UNC vs.
.Roy Emerson & John Joyce, NCSU
Reserved seats $10.00, General Admission $4.00
Available at Hackney's, University Mall & Carolina Union
Our greatest disappointment was the
loud itself. A tossed salad saluted us
with brown-tipped iceberg lettuce,
garnished with barely perceptible
shav ings of carrot and onion and topped
with a solitary tomato wedge.
The shrimp salad was a three-scoop
cafeteria treat a scoop of shrimp "
salad guarded on one side by cole slaw
and on the other by a pugnacious potato
salad. The Rendezvous Special was a
rather tasteless combination: pieces of
shish kebab on pita bread topped with
lettuce, tomato cubes and a cucumber
based sauce. It attractively was planted
on a rectangular bed of Reynolds Wrap.
The piza was acceptable by Chapel
H ill standards, but it, as well as the other
pasta dishes, was tainted by that typical
affectation of mediocre Greek chefs
an overly generous hand with the olive
The intelligent epicure can be
consoled by the high turnover rate this
location has suffered. Meanwhile, this
writer is compelled to rendezvous
Rendezvous is open from 1 1 a.m. to
midnight daily. Entrees moderately are
priced, ranging from $2 to $7.
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