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Page18 Fall Movies at EWU I I I The films will be I I shown in the cush- I ioned-seat comfort of I Showalter Auditor- I I ium at 7:30 ).m. Ad- I I mission for the gen- I I eral )ublic and stu- I I dents is ;2. I I Se )t. 26 I On Golden Pond: I Rated PG due to I I adult language. I I Oct. I I I Sharkey' Ma- I I chine: Rated R for I I graphic violence and I adult languat ,e. Oct. 8 • Endless Love: m I Rated R for adult I I subject matter. I m Oct. 15 m I Neighbors: Rated am R for adult situation • and langua! e. m • Oct. 22 • • Richard Pr'or - • • Live on the Sunset • • Strip Rated R for m adult language and m • subject matter. • m Oct. 29 • Death Wish II: • • Rated R for exces- • • sive violence. • m Nov. 12 m Cat Peo)le: Rated • • R for nudit, and rio- • lence, m • Nov. 19 • • Cadd L Shack • • Rated R for adult • m language and situa- • • m tions, m Nov. 26 • Thanksgivinl • m weekend: No movie m m scheduled, m m Dec. 3 m • Poltergeist: Rated • PG for mild violence. • m Recycle in Cheney Eastern Washington stu- dents are urged to recycle their aluminum cans, news- print and other waste mater- ials through the Cheney Re- cycling Center. Located at 623 Third St., in the basement of the Wren Pierson Building, the center is open on Tuesdays and -Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., as well as on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Center Manager Jesse Lang notes that newsprint should be sort- ed so that the "glossy" adver- ' tising papers that often are inserted in the newspaper are separated out. The center always is in need of volunteers to help sort recycleables, and students student organizations are urged to get involved. For more details, call the center at 235-6949. EWU Supplement September 23, 1982 Children's movies listed for fall While activities in the dorms and on campus cater to the entertainment needs of young adults, the Associated Students of Eastern Washing- ton University has also plan- ned a variety of events and films aimed at entertaining the children of EWU students as well as youngsters from the community. During Homecoming Week- end, children are invited to join the festivities by riding the train in EWU's Home- coming Parade. Would-be riders should meet in the parking lot of Showalter Hall at 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 16. In mid-November, the ASEWU will offer a magic show and workshop. Children are invited to view the show and participate in a magi- cian's workshop afterwards where they can learn how to pull a "rabbit out of their hats." Watch the Cheney Free Press as to specific times and dates for the shows, which will be held in the PUB on campus and in a Spokane location so commu- ter students can have their children join in the fun of campus activities. As Christmas time ap- proaches, the ASEWU is plan- ning to host two children's Christmas parties. On Dec. 3 a party for commuter child- ren will be held in Spokane and Dec. 4 is the date set for the Christmas party in the PUB. On Dec. 10 and 11 a special showing of Babes in Toyland and Pluto's Christ- mas will be held along with a an appearance by a real live Santa Claus. University pub- lications and the Cheney Free Press will supply more detail- ed information in December concerning these events. For the fall quarter Kiddie Movie Series, the ASEWU has gathered a wide variety of cJassic and contemporary children's films with G rat- ings. Movies will be shown at 1:30 p.m. Fridays and Satur- days. Friday afternoon film admission is free. Admission to the Saturday films are 50 cents for children and $1 for adults. Film schedules and a brief synopsis are provided so that parents can screen their children's viewing choices. Sept. 24, 25 ROBIN HOOD: The legend of Robin Hood is retold through the eyes of the ani- mals who knew Robin best. (Animated, 83 min.) Oct. 1,2 MERLIN JONES: A com- edy about a wacky science student who experiments electronically with his brain waves and becomes a mind reader. 791 mins.) Oct. 8,9 MAN CALLED FLINT- STONE: Fred Flintstone is a mm m m m m mm u mm mllm m m mmm m mm,m mm m mmlmnml mm,mmmmm m m m mm m m m m m 'Tough guy' film series set While many believe that "real men don't eat quiche," many filmgoers still thrill to films, new and old, where "macho" is the mainstay of the theme. In honor of these masculine movies, the ASEWU is presenting a Wed- nesday night classic series entitled, "Rough Guys, Tough Movies." The films will be shown on Wednesdays at 1:30 and 7 p.m. Afternoon shows are free, and admission price for the evening showing is one dollar for students and $2 for the general public. The series includes a varied mix of old classics and current films destined for the classic cate- gory: Sept. 29/Rebel Without a Cause--James Dean became the rebel idol of the Fifties with this film, growing up when tough meant leather jackets and switchblade knives. Oct. 6/Bullitt--Steve Me- Queen portrays a tough detec- tive assigned to protect a hoodlum testifying against the Mafia. The famous car chase down San Francisco's streets will have you gripping your chair. Oct. 13/True Grit--The epitome of tough is John Wayne when he shows some rough guys what true grit really is. Oct. 20/A Fistful of Dol- lars--Clint Eastwood is the "man with no name" in this tough western that created Eastwood's rough guy image. mmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmi mm m mm m m m n mm mmmmmm m Oct. 27/Dn the Waterfront- Marion Brando's break- through as a great actor in this winner of eight Academy Awards. A stark drama of crime and corruption on New York's docks. Also stars Rod Steiger and Lee J. Cobb. Nov. 101T.he Magnificent Seven--Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, and James Coburn lead seven of the toughest western gunfighters in the defense of a Mexican village. Fast action, bad odds and rough men make this a very tough movie. Nov. 17/Death Wish-- Charles Bronson becomes the bait, judge and executioner when he seeks revenge against criminals after his family is attacked. Rated R. l I Im Im I1 {IN imllm mm I CHENEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Fourth and G Streets 23sw) Rev. Greg Jackson, Pastor Mornirl9 Worship: 11:00 a.m. Nursery Care Provided Church School: 9:30 a.m. Children, Youth 8" Adults COLLEGE FELLOWSHIP Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. secret agentin adventure from Bedrock (Animated, 87 Oct. book writer gined book superspy spoof. THE TENNIS gets computer and computer's lating ability, about a This new dangerous, humorous. MAKE MINI collection of combined with for fun. "Peter and the "'Casey at the ted, 100 •in.) NoV. l STAR WARS: breaking mo Rated PG RETURN MOUNTAIN: It adventure from Witch cret community from outer Angeles and for their chic powers. (93 NOV. 19, THAT DARN sire Siamese cat clue to a bank the ped bank wants the cat doesn't want to the fun is on. Thanks movie CINDERELLA: sic Walt back? ( Decl BABES IN PLUTO'S Santa Claus live! A Back To School Just For You! Fall Fashion In dramatic Fall colors and assorted styles by Albee Were $19 to $35 Now $15 to Fall Cords, Jeans & by Brittania Were $34 to $36 Now We also carry a complete line of accessories, casual styles from Junior thru Color Analysis by appointment AMY'S BOUTIOUE 504 1st - 235-5186