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Cat' Cradl - Arrogance plays Friday and Saturday
nights. From 2 to 7 p.m. Sunday television sports are
featured on a 10-foot video screen (no cover charge).
Mad Hatter - Nightshift is featured Friday and
Saturday nights. Gary Burton performs Sunday.
Tht Station - The scheduled groups are: Smiler
(Friday) and the Holla-Moriah Band (Sunday). The
entertainment for Saturday is to be announced.
AcMand Memorial Art Center - A Library of
Congress exhibit entitled "Color and the Graphic Arts."
Little Art Gallery - Works of potters Alice Proctor and
Stanley Winborne. At North Hills Mall at Raleigh.
In Focus) - A close up view of Little Feat from 6 to II
p.m. Friday on WDBS-FM 107.
In Focua - Maddy Prior is featured from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
A Day for Dancing - The Durham Arts Council
sponsors workshops from 9.30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday
in the Carolina Union.
Clogging Show and Workshops - The Durham Arts
Council sponsors workshops from I to 5 p.m. Saturday at
the Johnson Recreation Center, with a special Clogging
and Hoedown Show at 8 p.m.
Morehead Program - Sunrise at Stonehenge. At f
p.m. Friday, at 1 1 a.m., 1, 3, and 8 p.m. Saturday, and at
2, 3, and 8 p.m. Sunday
School Art Guild Craft Fair - At Chapel Hill';
University Mall from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, l.oca!
craftsmen will offer their original work for sale to tht
Tennis Exhibition - Rod Laver and Roy Emerson
play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Reynolds Coliseum of N.C.
Alex Haley - The author of the phenomenal
successful historical novel. Roots, speaks at 8 p.m
Saturday at Burlington's Cummings High School.
Presenting the smallest
speaker with the revolutionary
Woofer. Its combination of
deep bass, power, and articu
lation is overwhelmingly real.
Much more, too, including
exclusive EMIT Infinity's
Induction Tweeters, to add
to the concert-hall presence.
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spea kers, you' re there.
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Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart seem to have things under control in this scene
from the Carolina Theatre's third Bogart film classic, The Big Sleep. The detective
thriller begins a one-week run tonight, with all seats $2. Advertisement
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plays Dick Christie. Arnold also was seen in
PRCs Equus, as Harry Dalton, a stable
owner, and acted in four PRC shows last
Allan's ex-wife Nancy is played by Sandra
Geiss-Karas, who recently portrayed Eunice
Hubbell in PRC's opening production, A
Streetcar Named Desire. Last season she was
seen as Loretta in A History of the American
Film, and was in several other Playmakers
Woody Allen's Play It Again. Sam will
run at 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays,
and at 2 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets are $4.50
and $4.90, with special group rates available.
For additional information and ticket
reservations call the box office at 933-1 121.
name talent the same weekend.
Almost everyone is familiar with the
unique harmonies and disharmonies that
characterize theCSN trio. Minus Neil
Young, their introspective Canadian friend,
this is the group that cut an album in 1969,
thrilled us at Woodstock and then split up.
They reunited a year ago, produced
Crosby, Stills and Sash in May and have
been touring since.
Weather Report will dazzle Carmichael
audiences Friday with their sophisticated
blend of jazz, rock, funk and classical music.
The basic dynamic in Weather Report's
history, which has produced seven albums,
has been the continually evolving
: relationship between co-leaders Wayne
Shorter and Josef Zawinul, both as
composers and musicians.
Gary Burton, a master on the vibraphone,
has cut 19 albums. His four-mallet mastery
of the instrument has changed the world's
concept of the technical and musical
possibilities of the vibes.
Burton first achieved national prominence
as a featured soloist with George Shearling
and Stan Getz. He formed the Gary Burton
Quartet in 1967 and expanded to a quintet in
Count Basie and Ella Fitzgerald certainly
need no introduction. Their famous sounds
have been heard all over the world for years.
Nightshift, a band composed of
outstanding musicians from several defunct
local bands, will make their debut Friday.
Nightshift features "Grateful Eddie"
lbarguen from Southwing on lead guitar;
Tim Hildebrandt from Heart wood on
rhythm guitar and vocals.
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exquisite film. It is often said that the cinema
is poor at investigating ideas, but this f ilm's
mind has a noble structure."
Penelope Gilliatt, New Yorker ' : ;
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-Judith Crist, N.Y. Post
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