Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 22, 1980, Section A, Page 8, Image 8

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CINEMA 7
10 A OHve-Atrlum Building
687-0733
STARTS SATURDAY THRU WEDNESDAY
EMMANUELLE
X warn ntw Hka thlal
The original, famed French soft, core delight is
enlivened by the performance of Sylvia Kristal
as the insatiable heroine in the private lives of
French diplomats and their wives stationed in
Far East.
RATED X, ADULTS ONLY at 8:00 PM
Bunuel's Masterpiece of Erotica
BELLE DE JOUR
By night a rich bored wife, by day, she is Belle
de Jour.
SHOWING AT 0:45 PM ONLY
FRIENDS FILMS PRESENTS
Stanley Kubrick’s
CLOCKWORK
ORANGE
"CLOCKWORK ORANGE is one of the
few perfect movies I have seen in my
lifetime." Rex Reed, NY SUNDAY NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 24 7 A 9:45 PM
150 GEOLOGY $1.25
855:5-2?
BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL
May 19-24, 1980
Thurs., May 22 7 PM EMU Ballroom
NIKI GIOVANNI
will speak on where Blacks are headed in the 80’s,
what Black women’s roles will be, and what it is today
Ms. Giovanni will also read some of her poetry.
Admission will be $2.00 at the door.
Fast Courteous
Service
• RESUMES • OFFSET PRINTING
• COPY SERVICE • COLOR
SHAMROCK PRESS
77 W. 11th Ave.
(503) 484-2453
Downtown
SAVINGS
IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS
I EUGENEl
ATHLETC
SPRING CLEANING
SHOES 25%-30% OFF FOR ALL SPORTS
Softball • Baseball • Track • Jogging
Basketball • Racquetball • Football
TENNIS RACKETS - Assorted Models 20%0FF
SPEEDO SWIM SUITS FOR WOMEN
Entire Stock 20% OFF
JELENK Warm-ups Reg. *65°° NOW *39M
JELENK Rainsuits Reg. *45°° NOW *33*
SHORTS - 50/50 With Trim $199
...and much much more on saleI
Color
Enlargement
when you
n| |1# Q at our regular
DU I L LOW PRICE
from slide or negative.
Offer good until May 31, 1980
13th & Kincaid 686-4331
Open: Mon-Fri 8:15-5:30 Sat 10:00-2:00
MORE power to va'presents'
CLAUDIA WEILL’S
girl
Spends
out of the ™S,f 2? spor,taneously
nation. My™ pZs l "0men s h*
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rov* so full of |,feann^ Pher 11 ls "a
you're bound to tak2 ^*"5 'TOl,n9'
with you " e 80,06 it home
FRIDAY, MAY 23
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THE ANANDA MARGA SOCIETY
PRESENTS
DARK
STAR
The crew ol the scoutship DARK STAR
have been cruising In space for years
now, and the whole trip is making them
more than a little "spaced out".
Reduced to specks by the infinity of deep
space, they become goofier as the film
races to a startling conclusion.
PLUS:
ROD FLASH CONQUERS INFINITY
AND:
HARDWARE WARS
A rather amazing spoof of STAR WARS
FRIDAY, MAY 23 7 A 9:15 PM
180 PLC S1.25
R3fl fi-93
“MU CULTURAL FORUM
With the OO Jazz Lab Banda Proudly
> presents
A week of jazz with jazz pianist-com
poser
John Harmon
The founder and main force behind
Matrix-one ot Jazz's most innovative
small combos.
Jazz Week
Schedule Of
Events
Jazz Lab II Concert: Tues. May 20, 8
PM, Beall Hall, $2 and $1
Jazz Improvisation Clinic: Wad. May
21,1:30 PM, Rm. 186 School ol Music,
$1
Jazz Lab I Concert: Frt. May 23, 8 PM,
Beall Hall, $2 and S1
All tickets are available at the UO
School ol Music
830.5-23
Tb* OMEGA Road Show
presents
A
VARIETY
SPECTACULAR!
Featuring acoustic music, theatrics, and
DANCING to the likes ot
THE BRAIN FARTS
SHEILA and the BOOGIE MEN
and THE OUTTAKES
SAT, MAY 24
8:00 PM
WOW HALL
$2-$4 sliding scale
_5utl
EMU CULTURAL FORUM
presents
THE
STUDENT
FILM
FESTIVAL
Oregon is increasingly becoming a
favored site tor Hollywood and indepen
dent productions Not surprisingly, there
are many student filmmakers on cam
pus, Come see what these future famous
filmmakers are up to
THURSDAY, MAY 22 7:00 PM
180 PLC FREE
_853:5-22
RED HOT COMEDY
LIVE
MATINEE
mad comedy live on stage at Cinema 7
Final snow* of the Mason
FRIDAY, May 23 8 A 10 83
SATURDAY, MaHnaa only 2 pm $2
CINEMA 7
tOth & Otive-Atrium Building
828:5-23
PERSONALS
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE:
This summer the University ot Oregon Y.M.C.A.
will be taking two groups ot high school and
university students to Western Europe for five
weeks (June 29th-August 3rd), and we re in
need of a female leader Interested persons
must be at least 21 years of age and have had
some previous experience working with groups
and high school age youth. This person will act
as an assistant leader, working with a group of
fourteen The person must only pay half of the
total cost of the trip. ($1,285). Anyone inter
ested in spending five exciting weeks in Europe
at a considerably reduced rate, should stop by
the Y.M.C.A. Office, Suite 5 E M U. or call
686-4431 for further information. Application
deadline: Friday May 23, 1980 815:5-23
Make Money Recycling Your Clothes!
RAGS TO RICHES
Buys, Consigns, and Trades second hand
clothing for men and women.
For appointment: 344-7038 360 E 11th
MON thru SAT 11:30 AM to 6 PM
160:UWH
APARTMENT HUNTER’S HEADACHE *89?
Cure it. Have your folks BUY a house or
apartment for you to live in next year. You save
on aspirin; they save on taxes! Call Bonnie
Baker or Judy Nelson at Brockett Real Estate,
485-1400. 742:5-22
U OF OMEN’S
RALLY TRYOUTS
MAY 22
For more Information, call 686-5424
810:5-22
ATTEMPTIN TO J.OCATE person taking
photos of car/pedestrian accidnet corner of
Franklin & Onyx 1-18-80 at 4:50 p.m. If you
have photos call Al at 484-1800. 5-27
~ DON’T MISS YOUR CHANCE
SPRING FUNGS
at* due In 6m O.D.E. Classified office by 1
PM, Thursday, May 29th and not a minute
later 5-27
BOOKS WANTED-TOP PRICES PAID
J. MICHAEL'S BOOKS
Used. Rare. New
101 West 7th 342-2002
Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
5259dfn
HAVE A DIRTY SLEEPING BAG?
Find dependable service at
Sleumund’s Cleaners 821 E 13th Ave
a185:UWH
FORGOTTEN
ANYTHING?
LIKE FILING YOUR INTENT TO REGISTER
CARD FOR SUMMER SESSION. Stop by
Room 64 PLC or the Registrar's Office
772:5-23
WILL BARNES
IS BACK FOR 2 FULL WEEKS at
Tavern on the Green
OPENING NITE IS TUESDAY, MAY 20
Tavern on tha Green has
ALL YOU CAN EAT
dinner specials nightly for only
$1.95
TUESDAY: Ladies Night
WEDNESDAY: 2 for 1 Cocktail Night
THURSDAY: Pitchers only $1.75
Take Beltline to NW Expressway and look for
the big preen sign _837:5-22
Use an instrument of love, the SPRING
FUNGS, to express your fond farewells, sappy
sentiments, or gushy goodbyes Get then at the
“cheep" price of $1.50 for 20 immortal words.
Deadline is May 29th at 1 PM....UO Bookstore,
EMU Main Desk, and of course, the ODE
OFFICE, third floor EMU.5-2?
PHI PSI BEER
We left for two nights
With two trunks of gear,
The ride was a trip
’Cause his mouth never quit..
Philadelphia lost,
You were bummed with the herd,
I tried to make popcorn
But shit, it burned!
Too anxious to party
And pumped for a ball
The ckJSet you entered
Didn't lead to the hall!
"Oh, God!"
Decked out in flannel
We went down for a bite,
Too many combos
Boom, Boom, out like a light!
The thoughts were high
And the talk was gay.
The salty sheets
Brought a beautiful day.
Co-psychologists
Analyzing the dates,
Considering all, •
How does each rate? -
When being with friends
The fun never ends!
So I thank you so much
And lets do it again!
Love, your best Bud, BONG! , 5-22
PREGNANT? We want to help-free pregnancy
testing, Birthright 687-8651. 4685:5-22
DAN: Those eyes, that dimple, that ...sigh. I'll
iove you forever. Happy Anniversary. ONI 5-22
BLACKHOLES-BLACKHOLES we were. we.
are, and we will always be the best damn co-ed
softball team on campus. Let's suck'em up on
Friday. 5-22
HORST: Meet me for Matzoh ball soup at
Lenny's Nosh Bar in the Courtyard. LUIGI
5-22
CRISIS CENTER
U of O-Telephone Hot Line from 5 p.m. to 8
a.m. Help with personal & emotional problems
Strictly confidential. Call 8M 4111. 164.MH
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE organizational mee
ting: Thursday, 5:00 p.m. EMU. Room number
will be posted on EMU daily schedule. All are
welcome. - 166:H
TO A LOVELY YET UNKNOWN LADY
Slowly, aimlessly stroiling neath cloud filled
skies
Along ribboned rivers, across railroad ties
Sunsets viewed atop a butte can be only
A lingering loss of light if you are lonely.
Please reply this column. RPF _ 5-22
PIPPIN: Wow! 2 in one week! When does the
new voters guide get here? Ring a ding ding.
H.P._ 5-22
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
FERNANDO
Hava a good one?
5-22
HORST: Meet me for a vanilla egg cream at
Lenny's Nosh Bar in the Courtyard. LOLITA
375:5-22
DEBBIE HALL: Of Alpha Phi.
She's the one who can wear the latest
And always look the greatest
She can walk with such grace
And whom all the guys chase.
She has that mystical look
That will surely get you hooked
She possesses hair of golden shine
And eyes of sparkling French wine
She can enter a room with such style
And glitter with her smile.
5-22
SALLY SIMONSON: Thanks for being such a
thoughtful little sis! Love ya, AAD 5-22
ALPHA-O CHUG TEAM
(Susan Waiters, Lynette Thomas, Vicki
Kastner, Jill Gustafsen, Kathy Espinosa, and
Janet Abernathy) Would like to thank all our
sorority sisters who showed up at Phi Psis last
Tue. Night to cheer us on and carry us home!
See you there next year when we fake 1 st!
5-22
ENTER NOW-NOTHING TO BUY
' Dairy Queen(13th A Hilyard)
SWEEPSTAKES
fO speed bike plus, $5000 plus, Hawaiian
vacation plus, 1980 Mazda GLC plus, boat and
motor plus others...889:ttn
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
KARLA SHEPPARD
15-22
BUCKO: To that beautiful journalist hot on the
trail of a feature story. Here's a hug of support.
Love, UCLA HAT5;22
HAPPY 21 er to
MARTI M. MCKEON
You’ve finally joined us! I Love You, Ron 5-22
LONELY WOMAN, Re: Love. "There is much
action in inaction" can be too much Zen for
anyone. Let's reach an equilibrium. I AM 5-22
GO OUT WITH A BANG)
Don't leave the U of O without giveing them a
prece of your mind. That "peace of mind” will
cost you only $1.50 for 20 words if you place
your SPRING FUNG (personal classified for
June 2) by May 29th at 1 PM. Available at the
ususal locations: O.D.E. office, EMU Main
Desk. UO Bookstore. 5-28
SPRING
FLINGS
close encounters of the
personal kind .
Mm
coming June 2