Cinema Wednesdays: War is hell, but it sure makes for good cinema. Florida International University's University Park campus (SW Eighth Street and 107th Avenue) resumes its free classic film series at the Graham Center tonight at 8:00 p.m. with William Wellman's 1927 silent classic Wings, an exciting drama about two young men who fight in World War I. The first film to win an Academy Award for best picture, it features some of the best aerial photography and dogfighting sequences ever filmed. The series continues every Wednesday; other classic films to be shown include 1930's All Quiet on the Western Front (September 3), 1932's Grand Hotel (September 10), 1935's Mutiny on the Bounty (September 24), 1937's The Life of Emile Zola (October 1), and 1942's Mrs. Miniver (October 8). Call 348-2461 for a complete schedule. (GC)
Bobby Slayton: See Tuesday.