The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 20, 1978, Image 7

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THE BATTALION MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1978 Page 7 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ * * APRIL a, 1978 a:oo p.m. Applications: March 20-29 in MSC, Commons, Sbisa $5 per teams All proceeds will be donated ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★■A- 'f Expose Your Talent! Talent needed for RHA Casino Night. All kinds of talent are wanted. Auditions will be March 28 & 29 in the Coffee House Basement. Call Carolyn Brothers between 6 and 7 p.m. nightly to sign up for an audition or for more information. 845-5762 Show must go on Jeanne Smith, Assistant Director for the all student production of “Carnival”, gives in structions to Jaime Craig, left and Kathaleen O’McElroy with the props. While most stu dents were enjoying spring break, the Aggie Players were busy with rehearsals. The musi cal opens Thursday in the Forum. Battalion photo by Elizabeth Ghio oncerts, musicals this week ■Canadian tapestry, a free rock ; koncert and the Broadway hit musi- ;cal ‘Carnival” share the cultural ..]fmtlight at Texas A&M University ie |],lp week. es j. BThe University Arts Exhibit is » Bonsoring a showing of Canadian ■jestries Wednesday through Fri- By in the Rudder Center Exhibit 1 ftll. The tapestries, on loan from ||K Canadian government, are de- •■^^'■ned by contemporary Canadian ■ists using modern designs and ngaii#, terns - joujjI Carnival, a musical comedy, vith ill run Thursday through Saturday |1( lvdRudder Forum. Performances for iboaiil Aggie Player’s production are at Botch evening. Tickets are on sale l0I | Hthe Rudder Box Office and will be ( ^ (Vailable at the door the night of the ^performance. jlhjlAfree concert is scheduled at 8:30 repof« m • Monday at the educational Wio and television building. It fea- yayles the rock band "Falling Star, i nriufThe Hospitality Committee of the roven®SC will sponsor an Easter Egg expetcimt for children at 5 p.m. Tuesday sa id)i|in Room 212 of the Memorial Stu- 1( ] d s dent Center. ^ xvefBCampus comedians will get a lines,Mance to make their humor pay E:45 p.m. Thursday at the MSC time JH'nfain in Town Hall’s "Best Com- tatedW an on Campus Contest. Win- , e Of® 615 will receive two reserve seat Wkets to the upcoming Steve Mar- pstin show, and a copy of his "Let’s Gpt Small” album. ■Texas A&M will play seven home Bnes in its new Olsen Field. ■Nationally-ranked Southern plifornia opens Olsen Field in a o-day series Tuesday and Wed- tsday. The game Tuesday will be |3p.m. following dedication of the Id at 2 p.m. Wednesday’s game is at 1 p.m. ■Minnesota and the Aggies have a double header Thursday at 1 p.m. Friday and Saturday are reserved for Rice, with three games scheduled. Friday’s single will be 3 p.m. and Saturday’s double is 1 p.m. Movies next week at Texas A&M run from A to Z with everything from “Auntie Marne to “Dr. Zhivago” scheduled. What is probably Shakespeare’s best known play, “Hamlet,” starring Nicol Williamson, will be shown at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Rudder Theater. "Dr. Zhivago,” the epic story of the Russian Revolution starring Omar Sharif, Julie Christie, Rod Steiger and Geraldine Chaplin, will be shown at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Rudder Theater. “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” starring Susan Sarandon and Richard O’Brien will be presented at 8 and 10 p.m. Thursday in Rud der Auditorium. Probably one of the strangest movies ever made, the story concerns transvestite aliens from another galaxy who sing and dance their way through the movie satirizing everything from “King Kong” to contemporary morals. Also in a comic vein is “Silver Streak’’ starring Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor and Jill Clayburgh. It will be shown at 8 p.m. Friday in Rudder Auditorium and 8 p.m. Saturday in Rudder Theater. Ro mance, murder and intrigue are the key ingredients in this cross-country comedy-adventure on board a runaway commuter train. “Cabaret,” the movie that boosted Liza Minnelli into stardom, will be shown at midnight Thursday in Rudder Theater. The eight time Academy winner stars Joel Grey and Michael York. The story covers dec adent night life in Berlin during pre-World War II Germany. Closing out the week will be the classic 1958 version of “Auntie Marne,” starring Rosalind Russell. Shown at 2 p.m. Sunday in Rudder Theater, the story concerns Marne’s attempts at raising her young nephew in the presence of her zany friends. Cjosyci A.cc<?r<i\na \c 3 cunt nicdtfw^a (xnwvvc recipient of severaC j&vr) fesiivfc&f cutcorSt Jf l\J>Oy>vn TTlarcf> 2£) fWfcfer 3 WcoXrc — free cu&frfesfcn 3pan$&re<£ ihc GdfioCic, ^Zvisccjy&L, Vht&dUlf Lii£fiemr) sxiu£en£ qraups 902 Jersey (adjacent to southside of campus) 846-1726 Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m.: Eucharist & Supper Wednesdays 12 noon Bible Study Fridays, 6:30 a.m.: Eucharist & Breakfast Sundays, 6:30 p.m.: Fellowship & Eucharist Fr. James Moore, Chaplain )r * *.v i' i H//| / f s/s^s ilIPJER XE AMS // / i / / /1 i\ i If ! t * YV^ pplications: arch 20-29 Wi MSC, ley M COMMONS, SBISA $5 per teams lay-*!” (@103111 846-67 846-6714 & 846-115F UNIVERSITY SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER /ersi I l DA )LYj 7:45| i 9 :45 WALTER MATTHAU ADULT GLENDA JACKSON -$3.00 ART CARNEY iDH I LDRICHARD BENJAMIN a rep lover# The! .yen- ers o e in ayedl SI .50 Town He hHouse Calls” applica We Pick Up & Deliver BUD WARD VOLKSWAGEN INC. 693-3311 ADULT $3.00 CH I LD $1.50 n'5Minated for 5 ACADEMY AWARD! rTT-TWlNNCR OF 4 GOLDEN GLOBESI^ It's an Easter World at Happy Cottage V Come see all our beautiful items Gw- A _ , waiting for you! happy cottage (across from Luby’s) ©1977 Miller Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis.