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8
Month
March
Year
1974
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FRIDAY MARCH 8 Moon in Virgo Full Moon 5:03 a m MUSIC Blind Pig-Mojo Boogie Band, $1.00 "Flood's -Brooklyn Blues Busters, $1.00 'Primo Showbar- to be announced Slrala Concert Gallery Ken Cox Trio and David and Roselyn, $3.00 Suds Factory (Ypsi) Punch Underground (Ypsi)-Rabbits MOV1ES Cinema II - Japanese Weekend, "Ikiru", Angelí Hall Aud. B, 7 & 9:30 pm, $1.00 New World Media-"Culebra: The Beginning" and "Puerto Rico: Pais Colonizado", East Quad Aud., 8 pm TV Cable 3 7:30 pm-"Meet the Candidate" 2nd Ward City Council candidates for upcoming Ann Arbor elections Channel 56 6:30 pm-Course of Our Times: "Rumania on the Tightrope" about Nicolai Ceausescu's denial of the Kremlin's right to compel the subordination of national interests of the socialist block to those of the Soviet Union. Channel 56 10 pm-Theatre in America; "Paradise Lost". SATURDAY MARCH 9 Moon in Virgo then Libra 1 :S3 am MUSIC Blind Mojo Boogie Band, $1.00 Brooklyn Blues Busten, $1.00 Primo to be announced Strata Concert Gallery Ken Cox Trio and David and Roselyn, $3.00 Suds Factory (Ypsi) -Punch, $1.00 'Underground (ypsi) -Rabbits MOVIÈS "Cinema II- Japanese Weekend "Late Autumn". Angelí Hall Aud. B, 7 & 9:30 pm, $1.00 SUNDAY MARCH 10 Moon in Libra MUSIC ♦Blind Pig-Classical Music, $.50 Brooklyn Blues Busters, $.75 Primo Walrus, $1.00 Suds Factory Punch, no cover "Underground (Ypsi) -Rabbits MOVIES "Cjnema 11-Japanese Weekend "Fires on the Plain", Angelí Hall Aud. B, 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 TV "Channel 56 7:30 pm-NOVA: "Where did the Colorado Go?" The story of the use of the Colorado River which flowed to the ocean until 1939. No more. Channel 56 8:30 pm-'The Mystery of Kohoutek", re-examining Kohoutek and explains why it proved to be such a disappointment to most earth viewers, but not to scientists. MONDA Y MARCH II Moon in Libra then Scorpio 5:41 am MUSIC Flood's-Jazz Crossing, $.50 "Primo Showbar -Radio King, $1.00 Suds Factory Punch, $.50 MOVIES "Cinema "The Mark of Zorro", and "The Navigator", Arch. Aud., 7 pm and 9:00 & 10:15 pm respectively, $1.00 "New World Film Coop-"The Devils", Modern Language Bldg. Aud. 3, 7 & 9 pm, $1.25 TV "Cable 3 7:30 prn- "Community Dialogue" Host Bruce Warshal with Prut. Frank Beaver on movies and Ted Heusel and Henry Johnson on Ann Arbor schools. "Channel 56 3 pm Woman: "Career Options for Women" Jan LaRouche and Felice N. Schwartz look al the problems of oblaining work alter being "away" for a wliije. "Channel 56 6:30 pm The Killers (Spanish Version)"Cancer: The Cell That Won't Die". "Channel 56 8 pin The Killers: "Cáncer: The Cell That Won't Die". A Look at the research, treatment.detection and prevention of cáncer. TUESDAYMARCH 12 Moon in Scorpio MUSIC Blind Pig-Okra, $.75 Flood'sJohnny James and The Blue Flames, $.75 Primo Showbar-Rockets, $1.25 Suds Factory (Ypsi)-Yazoo MOV1ES A2 Fita Coop "Sunimer of '42", Anaell Hall Aud. A, 7& 9 pm. $1.00 ♦Cinema Guild-ANN ARBOR FILM FES" T1VAL (firsl day) 3 different shows, Arch Aud., 7,9 & 1 1 pm, $1.00 New World Film Coop "The Devils", MLB Aud. 3, and "Savage Messiah", Nat. Sci. Aud. 7 &9pm, each $1.25 MEETINGS University Housing Councfl Meeting Debate and vote on whether or nol non UFW grapes and grape-related producís should be served in the dorms. LECTORES Future Worlds Lecture Series Gene Youngblood (video revolution). He contends that all social problems are actually Communications problems resulting from insufficient public access to information. Hill Aud. 3-5pm TV Cable 3 7:30 prn-"Community Dialogue". Host Bruce Warshal with City Council members. Channel 56 9 pm "Black Journal," Communications for Freedom Week" Film report on the 2nd annualCareers Conference at Harvard Univ. focusing on the imput of blacks in the Communications industry. Channel 56 10 Detroit Black Journal WEDNESDAYMARCH13 Moon in Scorpio then Sagittarius 1 :22pm MUSIC ♦Blind Pig-Okra, $.75 ♦Flood's Vipers, $.75 Prüno Rabbits, $1.00 Suds Factory Yazoo, no cover Underaround (Ypsi)-Comstock Lode, $1.00 MOVÍ ES A2 Film "Kíiií; of Hearts", Ansell Hall Aud. A, 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 Cinema Guild-ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL, 3 different shows, Arch. Aud., 7, 9& 11 pm, $1.00 MUD Cinema (EMU)-"Poseidon Adventure", Strong Aud., 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 New World Film Coop-"Venom", Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 & 9 pm, $1.25 MEETINGS Revolutionary Communist Youth-"The Revolution Betrayed", Rm 4202 Michigan Union Union, 7:30 pm Dimensions of Religious Experience-"The Aquarian Age Oonsciousness through the Celestial Arts: The Spiritual Significance of 1974", Raymond Merriman (professional as astrologer), 3-5 pm. TV Cable 3 7:30 pm-Ann Arbor School Board Meeting (live) Channel 56 3 pm-Consultation, "The Child and Dentristry" Discussion of dentistry of children before birth to age twelve. The role diet plays in the formation of dentin and enamel. Channel 56 10:30 pm-It's Your Turn, "The Center for Teaching About Peace and War" Guests Lillian Censen, Mary Ellen Hadjiskey, and Janice Linsell discuss this organization developed to encourage the study of teaching about peace and war and to acquaint the community with current thinking on these issues. THURSDAY MARCH 14 Moon in Sagittarius MUSIC Blind Pig-Koko Taylor and the Vipers, $2.00 Flood's -Radio King, $1.00 Primo Rabbits, $1.00 Ark-Gemini and John Bian and Tod Kapza Suds Factory Yazoo, no cover ♦Underground (Ypsi)-Comstock Lode, $1.00 MOV1ES A2 Film Coop-"King of Hearts", Angelí Hall Aud. A, 7&9pm, $1.00 Cinema Guild-ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL (third day), 3 different shows, Arch. Aud., 7,9 & 11 pm, $1.00 MUD Cinema (EMU)-"Poseidon Adventure", Strong Aud., 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 MEETINGS Women & Art "The Crisis of Art Education" Mercedes Matter, Aud. of the College of Arch. and Design, 4: 1 5 pm Drug last day to sign up for new volunteei training sessions. For more info cali Drug Help 761-HELP. ♦Project Community's Child Care & Development Program City Council "Candidates Night (Ist one). Angelí Hall, Aud. D, 8 pm TV Cable 3 7:30 pm "Community Dialogue" Host Bruce Warshal with Dr. Sheldon 1-ellman on Se Ed. tor married couples, and City Administrator Sylvester Murry. Channel 56 9 pm The Silent Years: "Ulood and Sand"(l922). FRIDAYMARCH 15 Moon in Sagittarius MUSIC Blind Pig-Koko Taylor and the Vipers, $2.50 ♦Flood's-Johnny James and the"BIue Flames, $1.00 Primo Blues Buster, $1.50 Suds Factory (Ypsi)-Yazoo, $1.00 ♦Underground (Ypsi)-Comstock Lode, $1.00 MOVIES Cinema II-"East of Eden", Angelí Hall Aud. B, 7 & 9pm, $1.00 Cinema Guild-ANN ARBOR II LM FESTIVAL, 3 different shows, Arth. Aud., 7,9 & 11 pm, $1.00 New World The Phillipines, films to be announced, Kast Quad Aud., 8 pm ♦UAC-Mediatrics-"The Godfather", Nat. ScL Aud., 7 & 9:30 pm, $1.00 MUD Cinema (EMU) "The Poseidon Adventure" Strong Aud., 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 TV Cable 3 7:30 pm-"Meet the Candidates", 3rd Ward City Council candidates. Channel 56 6:30 pm-The Course of Our Times: "The Transformation of Richard Nixon" The development of Dick's true colors. Channel 7 1 1 :30 pm"In Concert" Guests are Foghat, Kiss, Kool and the Gang, Red Bone and Melissa Manchester. Channel 7 1 am-"Rock Concert" Guests are The James Gang, Maria Muldaur and Riek Nelson. SATURDAY MARCH 16 Moon in Sagittarius then Capricorn 12:42am MUSIC Blind Pig-Koko Taylor and the Viper.s, &2.50 Flood's-Johnny James and the Blue Flames, $1.00 Primo Showbar-Blues Busters, $1.50 Suds Factory (Ypsi)-Yazoo ' ♦Underground (Ypsi)-Comstock Lode, $1.00 MOVIES ♦Cinema II-"Great Expectations", Angelí Hall Aud. B, 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 ♦Cinema Guild-ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL (fifth and last preliminary showings3 different shows, Arch. Aud., 7,9 & 1 1 pm, $1.00 ♦ UAC-Mediatrics-"The Godfather", Nat Sci. Aud., 7&9:30pm, $1.00 ♦Third World Film Series (EMU)-"Fanny Hill", Strong Aud., 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 TV ♦Channel 56 2:30 pm-Para Mi Pueblo. Series focuses on concerns of La tinos in Detroit. "SNDMAROTÍT" Moon in Capricorn MUSIC ♦Blind Pig Classical Music, $.50 ♦FloodV Brooklyn Blues Busters, $.75 ♦Underground (Ypsi)-Comstock Lode, $1.00 Suds Factory Yazoo, no cover ♦Primo Showbar- Benefit for C'hildren's Community Center with Soulful Soulmates and Walrus - $1.00 MOVIES ♦Cinema Guild-ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL. Winners nfght and highlights, Arch. Aud., 7,9, & 11 pm, $1.00 ♦Third World Film Series (EMU) "Fanny Hill", Strong Aud., 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 LECTURES Future Worlds Lecture Series R.D. Laing (Psychoanalyst and anti-psychiatrist) Looking lor a unified theory and description that wili reconefle artificial differences such as behaviorexperience and pcrceptionreulity. Hill Aud., 8pm, $1.00 TV ♦Channel 56 6 pm-Distinguished Lecture Series on the Bicentennial "Revolution and Political' lntegration of the Enslaved and Disenfranchised" Gordon Wood (Brown Univ) discusses the contradiction in the American tradition between the rights of man and the exclusión of large elements of the population froni these rights. MONDAYMARCH 18 Moon in Capricorn then Aquarius l:38pm MUSIC Flood's-Jazz Crossing, $.50 Primo Radio King, $1.00 Suds Factory-Teen Angel & Chevy, $.50 MEETINGS ♦Politics of RapeRape Education DaysLast day for early registraron for upcoming workshops on March 23. For more information cali either 769-2753 (evenings) or 7615896 (mornings) Free child care will be provided. TV ♦Cable 3 7:30 pm-"Community Dialogue , Host Bruce Warshal on the upcoming Mari juana Referendum and Rent Control Referendum. Channel 56 3 pm-Woman "Anti-Women s Liberation" Midge Decter and Lucianne Goldberg present their case against the Women's Movement. Channel 56 7:30 pm-Interface Tony Bat ten explores in a series of essays on the interaction of various cultures in America and the results of these struggles. Channel 56 10pm-Bill Moyers' Journal, "Herbert Maícuse". TUESDAY MARCH 19 Moon in Aquarius MUSIC Blind Pig-Okra, S.75 Flood's-Johnny James and the Blue Flames, S.75 Primo Showbar-Heartsfield, $1.00 Suds Factory (Ypsi)-Strong Bow, no cover MOVIES A2 Film Coop-"McCabe & Mrs. Miller", Aneell Hall Aud. A, 7 & 9: 15 pm ♦Cinema Guild-"Scarface" and "The Jazz Singer", Arch Aud., 6:30 & 10:15 pm and 8:30 pm respectively, $1.00 New World Film Coop-"Elvira Madigan", Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 & 9 pm, $1.25 TV ♦Cable 3 7:30 pm-"Community Dialogue", Host Bruce Warshal with City Council members. ♦Channel 56 8:30 pm-"The Curious Case of Vitamin E" examines the medical and nutritional roles of vitamin E. ♦Channel 56 9 Black Journal" "Black Leaders'74" Six black leaders discuss the relative position of blacks in this country today and where they should be headed for the future. ♦Channel 56 10 Detroit Black Journal WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 Vernal Equinox 7:07 pm Moon in Aquarius MUSIC ♦Blind Pig-Okra, $.75 ♦Flood's-Vipers, $.75 ♦Primo Showbar -to be announced Storm ♦Suds Factory (Ypsi)-Strong Bow, no cover MOVIES A2 Film Coop-"Fritz, the' Ca t", Angelí Hall Aud. A, 7, 8:45 & 10:30 pm, $1.00 ♦Cinema Guild-"Scarface" and "The Jazz Singer", Arch Aud. 6:30 & 10:15 pm and 8:30 pm respectively, $1.00 ♦New World Media-"The Hour of the Furnaces (Part I)" and "So the People Should Know", East Quad Aud., 8 pm ♦MUD Cinema (EMU)-"Lady Sings the Blues", Strong Aud., 7 & 9:30 pm, $1.00 MEETINGS Dimensions of Religious Films on ESP & Psychic Phenomena, followed by a panel discussion, 3-5 pm. TV ♦Channel 56 3 pm-Consultation "The Evo lution of the Hearing Aid" Also discussed are hearing problems and early detection. THURSDAY MARCH 21 Moon in Aquarius then Pisces 1:33 am yL. MUS1C 3f ♦Blind Pig-John Nicholas & Boogie Woogie Red, $1.00 Jf♦Flood's- Radio King, $.75 Primo Showbar-to be announced yL ♦Underground Storm Suds Factory (Ypsi)-Strong Bow. no cover yL MOV1ES yL. A2 Film Coop-"Sunset Boulevard", AngellHall Aud. A, 7 & 9 pm, $1.00 yL. Cinema Guild-'The Hunchback of Notre Dame", Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05 pm, $1.00 . New World Media-'The Hour of the Fur naces (Part II)", East Quad Aud., 8 pm MUD Cinema (EMU)-"Lady Sings the W Blues", Strong Aud., 7 & 9:30 pm, $1.00 . TV . Cable 3 7:30 pm-"Community Dialogue J Host Bruce Warshal with lst Ward City Council candidates and Party chairpersons in Ann J Arbor. Channel 56 7 Montage, "Nice People yL Do" Look at the epidemie and current trends ofVD. yL " - yL If you have items to be included in the calendar, cali Woody at the SUN, )fr 761-7148. J, + + + + + + + + COMMERCIAL THEATERS Campus: Jeremiah Johnson; starting March 14-Day for Night 1 ïfth l-orum: Tall Blonde Man with one Black Shoe; starting March 1 5 - lantastic Planet. Fox Village: Cinderella Liberty; starting March 20 - Crazy Joe. Michigan: The Last Detail State: The Sting.