4The Daily Tar HeelThursday, January 26, 1984
The Carolina Student FundOfH
Campus Calendar will appear every
Monday and Thursday. Announce
ments to be run on Monday must be
placed in the box outside the Carolina
Student Fund office on the third floor
of South Building by 5 p.m. the Friday
before they are to run. Announce
ments to be run on Thursday must be
placed in the box by 5 p.m. of the pre
ceding Tuesday. Only announcements
from University recognized and cam
pus organizations will be printed.
2 p.m. There will be a SEEDS meeting
to endorse candidates for the up
coming CGC election in the
7 p.m. The Navigators Large Group
met ting will be in Room 224 of
Off-Campus Chapter of Inter
varsity Christian Fellowship
meeting will be in the Wesley
9:30 a.m. Anglican Student Fellowship
Breakfast will be at the Chapel of
7 p.m. Maranatha Christian Fellowship
Weekly Worship Service will be
in Room 224 of the Union.
9 p.m. SEEDS Party with Beer and
Band will be at 208 McCauley St.
New arts desk
writers to meet
today at 7 p.m.
f: Mies of Smiles, Yean of Struggle: The Untold
JLJ Story of the Black PuBmu Porter, a history
of the First group of black men in America to challenge
an industrial giant by forming a successful union, will be
shown at 8 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. A lecture by
folkiorist and filmmaker Jack Santino will follow.
The Dining Room, a play that frames the lives of
Establishment families as they view the disintegration of
their world, will be performed by the Actor's Co-op of
the Art School there through Saturday and Feb. 2-4 at 8
p.m. CM 942-2041 for more information.
GodspeO, a musical based on the gospel according to
St. Matthew, will be presented by Hoof V Horn
through Saturday at 8:13 p.m. in Schacfer Theatre on
the Duke campus. Call 684-1592 for more information.
Ain't Misbehavta', a musical tribute to '30s swing
Please call NASH HALL 962-2175 to register, or come by and sign up.
Most groups have 5 sessions.
'Some groups require a screening interview
'ANXIETY MANAGEMENT TRAINING Starts Jan. 26, Thurs. 3:30
WOMEN'S CHOICES Starts week of Jan. 30
'SUPPORT CROUP On-going, weekly. Tues. 3:30-5:00
SPEECH ANXIETY Starts Jan. 31, Tues. 7-9 pm
STUDY TIME-OVERLOAD-PROCRASTINATION Starts Feb. 1, Wed. 3-4:30
CAREER DECISION-MAKING Starts Feb. 6, Mon. 3:30-5
"COUPLES COMMUNICATION SKILLS Starts Feb. 13, Mon., 7-9
Also: THE WORKSHOP CONNECTION Single Sessions. Call Nash Hall to sign up.
S.A.M. Selecting a Major Jan. 25, 26, 30, Feb. 7 3:30-5
GOING IT ALONE AFTER GRADUATION Mar. 21, Wed. 3:30-5
CAREER INTERESTS ASSESSMENT 2-session series, start Mar. 28
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3:30 p.m. There will be a selecting a major
woikshop in Room 204 of the
There will be an Internship
Workshop sponsored by Career
Planning and Placement Service
in 210 Hanes Hall.
4 p.m. Dr. Klaus Schwabe, Professor of
History at the University of
Aachen, West Germany, will
speak on "Woodrow Wilson and
. the Versailles Peace Settlement
with Germany" in Room 569 of
There will be a Campus Y
Publicity Committee meeting at
the Campus Y.
4:30 p.m. There will be a Campus Y Walk
for Humanity meeting in the
Campus Y Lounge to organize
and plan the walk.
There will be a Campus Y Com
mittee on Undergraduate Educa
tion meeting in the 2nd floor
lounge of the Campus Y.
5:45 p.m. The Baptist Student Union
Weekly Program will be at the
6 p.m. There will be a UNC Parachute
Club meeting at the Union.
5:15 p.m. Anglican Student Fellowship
Folk Eucharist with Bishop Mac
Millan of Belize will take place at
the Chapel of the Cross.
7 p.m. Baptist Student Union Choir
Concert will be at First Baptist
A list of new writers for the DTH arts
desk has been posted outside the DTH of
fice. Sample articles that were turned in
for consideration may be picked up from
the secretary's desk inside the office.
There will be a meeting for all new arts
writers today at 7 p.m. in the DTH of fice. !
Any new writer who cannot attend
should call Jeff Grove at 962-0245 or
painist and composer Thomas "Fats" Waller, win be
presented Thursdays through Saturdays at 8: IS p.m.
and Sundays at 2:30 p.m. through Feb. 19 at Triangle
Dinner Theatre in the Governor's Inn. Call 549-8631 for
American violinist Eugene Fodor will perform with
the North Carolina Symphony at 8 p.m. in Memorial
Auditorium in Raleigh. Call 733-9536 for more infor
mation. The Early Renaissance and Meiozzo da Forfi will be
the subject of a Hanes-Willis lecture by Yale art profes
sor Creighton Gilbert at 8 p.m. in 121 Art Classroom
Chinese watercolors by Grace Chow will be exhibited
in the downstairs Union gallery through Feb. 5.
Work by students in the N.C State School of Design
will be displayed through Feb. 5 in the upstairs Union
Master Drawings From the National Gallery of Ire
land, 85 drawings and watercolors covering a 500-year
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6:15 p.m. There will be a SOWOSO
meeting followed by a lecture
and slide show.
6:30 p.m. The Navigators Small Group Bi
ble Studies will meet in Room
224 of the Union. For informa
tion call 933-3394.
7 p.m. There will be a Campus Crusade
for Christ in the Union, call
Carolina Gay Association will
hold officer elections in the
Union, call 962-4401.
There will be a Sports Club
Council Budget meeting for all
presidents and treasurers of
sports clubs in Room 319 of
8:15 p.m. there will be a meeting of stu
dents for Howard Lee for Con
gress in the Union.
8:30 p.m. There will be a Fellowship of
Christian Athletes meeting in
Rooms 211-212 of the Union.
There will be a Student Consumer Action
(SCAU) Spring Organizational meeting in
the Union. Check desk for time.
4:30 p.m. There will "be a program for stu
dents interested in a summer in
ternship in sales with Johnson
Wax in 210 Hanes Hall.
7 p.m. UNC Circle K Club meeting will
be in the Union.
There will be an Elections Board
meeting in Suite C of the Union.
Open to all students!
The Raleigh Little Theatre will hold
auditions at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 and 7 for its
production of Ira Levin's thriller
Deathtrap. Auditions will be held at the
theatre, on Pogue St. in Raleigh. Re
hearsals are tentatively set to begin the
week of Feb. 13. Performances will be
March 23-April 8. For more information,
period, will be displayed through Sunday at the
Ackland Art Museum.
Sculptural forms using a variety of media by Pat
Dougherty, Hunter Levinsohn and Beth Beede w31 be
exhibited through Saturday in the Art Classroom
Photographs of subjects in Guatemala and Western
North Carolina by Terry KeBy will be displayed through
Tuesday in the Morehead Building.
Ivory carvings from the Southern Historical Col
lection will be on display in the main lobby of Wilson
Library thmugh Feb. 2.
Her Infinite Variety, an exhibition of life drawings by
Didi Dunphey, will be exhibited through Sunday at
Prints and drawings by Carol Cobb Caruso will be
exhibited through Sunday at CenterGallery.
Paintings and coBages by Marianne Manasse and
works by the Durham Art Guild Exhibitor Selection
Committee will be shown through Tuesday at the
galleries of the Durham Arts CounciL
Paintings by Nicholas Africano will be displayed at
the North Carolina Museum of An through Sunday.
The North Carolina Arts Council Artists Fellowship
Exhibition will be displayed at the North Carolina
Museum of Art through April 8.
Skyways, an exploration of how real and apparent
changes in the heavens, "affect everyday lives, win be
shown through March 26 at the Morehead Planetarium.
Call 962-1236 for more information.
The XL's will play R&B-influenced dance music at 10
p.m. at the Cat's Cradle. Call 967-9053 for more infor
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A young biologist (Charles Martin Smith) threatens to shoot at a plane piloted by a bush pilot (Brian Den
nehy) who is attempting to force him out of an area where wolves are slaughtered in "Never Cry Wolf."
Powerful visuals add to beauty of Wolf
By STEVE CARR
Never Cry Wolf is an astoundingly beautiful film. It also hap
pens to be the most intelligent, powerful film that Walt Disney
Productions has put out in years.
Charles Martin Smith plays ?n uninitiated biologist who goes
to the arctic to study a pack of wolves. He is sent to find out if
the wolves are killing all the caribou. As it turns out, however, it
is man, not the wolves, who kills the caribou.
Primarily a visual film, Never Cry Wolf , has a few of the
obligatory vista shots in the. beginning, especially during the
awkward narration. But the aerial footage of the majestic,
snow-covered mountains is mspiraig, and the narration does
give background information and character insight.
The film really gets going when Smith arrives at his arctic
post. All alone, he must fend for himself. Since there is no one
for Smith to talk to, the film becomes a series of visual meta
phors. The wind sweeps bureaucratic triplicate requisition forms
across vast snowy plain. Smith wakes up one day to find a nest
of baby mice among his clothes. There is also a terrifying dream
sequence where Smith is chased and torn apart by wolves. The
dream, however, is soon disproved as Smith begins to study the
wolves. He finds that they are not too different from man.
In fact, Smith discovers that the wolves' diet consists mostly
of small rodents, especially mice. To prove that a large mammal
Artist Neil Welliver, whose studies of nature are pre
sented in abstracted patterns, will give a lecture at 8
p.m. at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Call
833-1935 for more information.
yJ Betrayal, Harold Pinter's Film adaptation of
Zi I his own play about the course of an extra
marital affair, traced in reverse chronological order, will
be shown at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. in the Union Audi
torium. Admission $1.
The Gina Bachauer Memorial Piano Master Classic,
free and open to the public, will be conducted by pianist
Claude Frank at 4 and 8 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m.
in the Ernest W. Nelson Music Room on the Duke
campus. Call 684-2534 for more information.
Sky Rambles, a narrated tour of the current night
sky, is offered at 7 p.m. before the regular program at
the Morehead Planetarium. Separate admission will be
charged for each show.
M. Louise Stanley, a San Francisco artist, will give a
slide lecture on her own works at 7:30 p.m. in 121 Art
Classroom Studio Building.
Winter Clogging Night, featuring the Apple Chill and
Cane Creek doggers, will be held at 8 p.m. at the
Presbyterian Student Center on Henderson Street. Call
967-1205 for more information.
U.V. Prom and The Contracts will perform at the
Cat's Cradle. Call 967-9053 for more information.
'hQ Fundi: The Story of EBa Baker, a liitle-known
civil rights activist and organizer, will be shown
at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. in the Union Auditorium.
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Agnes of God, a suspenseful drama about a young
nun accused of murdering her baby and deals with the
conflict between faith and science, win be performed
through Sunday at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. in
Memorial Hall as part of the Broadway on Tour Series.
Call 962-1449 for more information.
SQkscreen works by Gordon Christopher will be
on view in the Art Classroom Studio Building through
The Swimming Pool Q's and The Frying Pigs will
perform at the Cat's Cradle. Call 967-9053 for more in
O O twentieth Century, starring John Barrymore
and .Carole Lombard in one of the earliest
screwball comedies, will be shown at 7 and 9 p.m. in the
Luv, a spoof of absurdist comedies will be perform
ed by the UNC Laboratory Theatre through Monday at
4 p.m. and 8 p.m. in 06 Graham Memorial. Call
962-1121 for more information.
Pianists Claude Frank and Lilian KaDir will perform
with the Duke Symphony Orchestra at 8:15 p.m. in
Baldwin Auditorium on the Puke campus. Call
684-2534 for more information. . . . . .
Figures on the wall, terra cotta figures by Sarah
Craig, will be exhibited at the Art School through
March 3. '
The Royal Carolina Dixieland Jazz Band will per
form at 7 p.m. as part of the Sunday Jazz Series at the
Art School. Call 929-28 for more information.
The Frying Pigs will perform at the Cat's Cradle. Call
967-9053 for more information.
Shakespeare The Actor and the Text will be
O Vr the subject of the first Paula Kruck Memorial
Lecture, given by Cicely Berry, voice director of the
Royal Shakespeare Company, at 8 p.m. in Playrnakers
Theatre. Call 962-1122 for more information.
Pianist Michael Zenge will give a recital at 8
3 JL pjn. in Hill Hall Auditorium. For more infor
mation, call 962-1039.
Iln Celebration, starring Alan Bates in a story
about the relationships of three brothers and their
' parents in a northern England mining town, will be
shown at 7 p.m. in the Union Auditorium.
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can subsist on this diet, Smith himself begins eating the mice. In
one very funny and very disgusting scene, Smith eats mice whole
as other live mice look on in terror.
The best scene comes at the end of the movie, however. While
sunbathing nude in the summer, Smith wakes up to realize he is
in the midst of a caribou stampede. He gets up and starts run
ning with them, as if he were an animal as well. The wolves do
kill one weak and sick caribou. Later, Smith wanders off and
meets some hunters. In their plane he sees a number of slain
caribou heaped on top of one another.
Director Carroll Ballard has a flair for economically capturing
a scene that would occupy at least ten minutes in a more conven
tional film. The images he creates recall the emotional power of
the last silent films.
Hiro Narita's photography accurately depicts the beauty of
the arctic and Mark Isham's music is quite serviceable. Charles
Martin Smith gives a touching, well -rounded performance as
the biologist who gradually learns the ways of the wilderness.
The show is almost stolen, however, by two eskimos
Zachary Ittimangnaq and Samson Jorah. Jorah is especially
captivating with his toothless grin.
There is something very humane about Never Cry Wolf In
many other Disney films, humanity is equated with sappy sen
timentality. In Never Cry Wolf there is nary a plot contrivance
the film raises questions about society and humanity that
many non-Disriey films haven't even begun to explore.
The Hostage, Brendan Behan's play about the Irish
Republican Army's kidnapping of an English soldier,
will be performed by members of the department of
dramatic art's professional theatre training program
through Sunday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. in Paul
Green Theatre. The play will also run Feb. 7-12. Call
962-1 121 for more information.
Roomful of Bhies, the nine-piece R&B band from
Rhode Island, will perform at the Cat's Cradle. Call
967-9053 for more information.
Plaza I Gorky Park at 2:15, 4:45. 7:15 and 9:45.
Plaza II Hotdog ... the Movie at 3:20, 5:20, 7:20
and 9:20 except Saturday. Saturday: Hotkg ... the
Movie at 3:20, 5:20 and 9:20; Reckless at 7:45.
Plaza Bl Sudden Impact at 2:30, 4:50, 7:10 and
9:30 ends today. Ftehdance starts Friday at 3:30, 5:30,
7:30 and 9:30.
Varsity I Never Cry Wolf at 3, 7:05 and 9: 10; times
change Friday to 3, 5, 7:10 and 9:10.
Varsity II Tender Mercies at 3:20, 5:2C, 7:20 and
9:20 ends today. SOkwood starts Friday at 2:20, 4:40, 7
Varsity Lateshows Come Back to the 5 & Dime
Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean at 11:30 and Female Trou
ble at midnight Friday and Saturday.
Carolina Blue Terms of Endearment at 2, 4:30, 7
and 9:30; times change Friday to 7 and 9:30.
Carolina White The Big Chill at 7:15 and 9:15;
times change Friday to 3:15, 5:15, 7:15 and 9:15.
Carolina Classic King Kong at 2:30 and 5:05 ends
today. Casablanca starts. Friday at 3 and 5:05.
Carolina Lateshows Deathtrap at 11:30 and A
Hard Day's Night at midnight Friday and Saturday.
Ram I Educating Rita at 7 and 9; weekend
matinees at 2:30 and 4:30.
Ram II Yentl at 7 and 9:30; weekend matinees at 2
Ram III Pieces at 7:15 and 9:15 ends today. The
Rescuers and Mickey's Christmas Carol start Friday at 7
and 8:15; weekend matinees at 2 and 4.
Ram Lateshows Animal House and American
Gigolo at 11:30 Friday and Saturday.
Carolina (Durham) Streamers at 7 and 9:10 ends
today. Gospel starts Friday at 7 and 9; Saturday shows
at 3, 5, 7 and 9; Sunday shows at 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9.
Compiled by David Schmidt, assistant arts editor,
and Jeff Grove, arts editor.
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