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12
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July
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1974
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■ Moon in Aries MOVIES ♦Cinema Guild: "The Wild One", Dir. by Lasio Beredek; Architecture Aud, 7:30 & 9:30, SI, 662-8871 Cinema 11: "Paper Moon", Dir. by Peter Bogdonovich; Angelí Hall, 7:00, 9:00, & 1 1 :00 $1.25 "Slimmer (lm Showcase: "Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman";+1LB Aud 3, 7:00 & 9:15, Irec New World Film Coop: "Trash", Dir. by Andy Warhol, 9:30; "Sounder", Dir. by Martin Rilt 7:30; both slums $2.00, 994-0770 MUSIC ANN ARBOR 'Blind Pig: Son Seáis Blues Band, 208 S. First, 9:30, $1.00. 769-1X49 (Blues) riood"s: Bill Hyde; 120 W. Liberty $50 994-9824 (Blues) Rubaiyat: Theatrical Revue. "The l tensión" 102 S. First, 9:30pm-2am, $1.50 general, $1.00 with dinner YPS1LANTI Suds Factory: TRH: Huron River Drive, 9:30, $.50 (Rock and Roll) ♦Underground: Woorleybird; 2655 Washtenaw, 9:30. 434-3130 (Rock and Roll) DETROIT Dirty Helen's Saloon: Johnny Spense, 9629500 (Jazz) Rappa House: After-hours jazz & creóle food, 2:OO-6:OOam; on service drive off lisher between Woodward & John R. Rock and Roll I arm: White Heat, 721-9864 Masonic Auditorium: The Crusaders Union Street: Folk, no cover, 331-0018 Moby Dick: Lorio Raven Gallery: Gove Scrivenor & Mike Gorecki; 29101 Greenfield, 557-2622 Surf Side: The Good Time Band; Van Dyke & Jefferson Rainbow Room, Shelby Hotel: Luther Allison; lst & Layt'ayette, 963-2460 EVENTS Telescopic Observation of Sky, open to public; Angelí Hall Aud B. 8:30pm, 764-3440 Women's Cultural Center: Contemporary pop & folk; Poor Women's Paradise Coffeehouse, 926 7 Mile, 9:00pm, Information cali Penny at 543-9046 Feiffer I, presented by Flint City Stage, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (AA), 7:30 & 9:30 pm,$2.00, 1-537-6215 SatB Moon in Aries, then in Taurus 5:20am MOVIES Cinema II: "Paper Moon", Dir. by Peter Bogdonovich; Angelí Hall, 7:00, 9:00, & 1 1 :00 $1.25 Cinema Guild: "LaStrada", Dir. by Fellini; Architecture Aud, 7:30 & 9:30, $1.00 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Son Scals Blues Band; 208 S. I irst 9:30, $1.00, 769-1849 (Blues) Flood's: Bill Hyde & His Band; 120 W. Liberty, 10:00pm-2:00am, $.50, 994-9824 (Blues) Rubaiyat: Theatrical Revue, "The F.xtension" 102 S. First. 9:30pm-2:00am, $1.50 general, $1.00 with dinner YPSILANTI Suds Factory: TRH; Big red building on Huron River Drive, one block east of EMU campus 9:30, $.50 (Rock and Roll) "Underground: Woorleybird: 2655 Washtenaw 9:30,434-3130 (Rock and Roll) DETROIT Moby Dick: Lorio Rappa House: After-hours jazz & creóle food, 2:OO-6:OOam; on service drive off Fisher between Woodward & John R. Union Street: Folk, no cover, 331-0018 Surf Side: The Good Time Band; Van Dyke & Jetïerson Raven Gallery: Gove Scrivenor & Mike Borecki; 29101 Greenfield, 557-2622 Dirty Helen's Saloon: Johnny Spense 9629500 (Jazz) Rock and Roll I arm: White Heat, 721-9864 Rainbow Room, Shelby Hotel: Luther Allison; lst & Layfayette, 963-2460 TORONTO Blucs Festival; Olympic Festivals, 6 Church St 1 day-$6, 2 days-$10, 416-867-0221 TV Channel 56, 4:00pm: Folk Guitar Plus Channel 56, 4:30pm: Consumer Game EVENTS West Park Co-ops Care Festival; with Mime, Poetry. Karate, Pot Luck; walk together from Huron and Main, 2:00pm Monroe Michigan Rally to Support Wounded Knee, Sioux Falls & Custer Defendants, 313761-5432 Women's Cultural Center: Feminist songs in the pop & folk genres; Poor Women's Paradise Coffeehouse, 926 7 Mile, 9:00pm, Tor information cali Penny at 543-9046 Feiffer I, presented by l'lint City Stage, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (AA), 7:30 & 9:30 pm $2.00, 1-537-6215 Sun 14 Moon in Taurus MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Golliard Brass Ensemble; 208 S. lïrst, I0:00pm-2:00um, $.50 (Classical) 1 lood's: Bourbon Street; I 20 W. Liberty 10:00pm2:00am, S.50 Trotter House: Ars Nova; 1443 Washtenaw Ave. 5:00-9:00, S.75 (Jazz) Del Rio; 122 VV. Washington. 5:30, l'ree, - 761-2530, (Jazz) Golden Falcon: Mojo is DJ; 314 S. 4th Ave 9:3Opm-2:OOam, I-ree, 761-3848 I'ree Concert: Chicago Seed, Muskadine Blues Band. Scott Morgan, and Azmolee Songster; Otis Spann Memorial Field, 2.00-6:00pm YPS1LANTI Suds l'actory: TRH; Corner ot" Lowell & N. Huron,9:30, $.50 'Underground: Woorleybird: 2655 Washtenaw, 9:30, Free DLTRÜIÏ Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Pharoah Sanders; Livernois at W 8 Mile, 864-1 200 (Jazz) Side Door: Jivc live & Littlc Reuben; 2101 S. Tclegraph, 9:Ó0pm-2:00am, Free, 274-5700 ♦Raven Gallery: Gove & Mike Gorecki; 9:30 Ruinbow Room, Shelby Hotel: Motor City Mutations, the Kddie Nuccilli Big Band, 4:00-7:00 Remick Shell, Belle Isle: I ree Concert, 8:30 (Classical) Surf Side: Good Times Band; Jefferson & Van Dyke. 9;00pm -2:0()am, Free (Rock and Roll) Watts Mozambique Lounge: Jack McDuff; 8406 l-enkell, $3.50, 10:30. 864-0240 (Jazz) TORONTO Blues I estival; Olympic Festivals, 6 Church St, 1 day-$6, 2 days-$10, 416-867-022 I cMontë Moon in Taurus, then in Gemini 10:53am MOV1ES Cinema Guild; "The Wind", Dir. by Víctor Sjostrom; Architecture Aud, 8:00, l'ree MUSIC ANN ARBOR lilind Pig: Blue Monday with Boogie Woogie Red; 10:00pm-2:Ö0am, $1.00 'f'lood's; EricGlaU; l0:00pm-2:00am, SI. 00 Golden Falcon: Okra;9:30pm-2:()()am, $1.00 (Jazz) DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Pharoah Sanders Side Door: Taped musicians, 9:00pm-2:00am F ree Raven Gallery: Gove & Mike Gorecki;9:30 Surf Side: Good Times Band; 9:00pm-2:00 am. Free TV Channel 7, 6:30am: A History of Jazz, 1950 to the present Channel 7, 10:45pm: Americans All (Special) Sickle cell disease Tues 16 Moon in Gemini MOVIES Ann Arbor Film Coop: "The Fugitive Kind" Dir. by Furie; Angelí Hall, 7:15 & 9:30, $1.25 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Cirrus; 10:00pm-2:00am, $1 00 (Jazz) Flood's: Eric Glatz Golden Falcon: Okra; 9:30pm-2:00am, $1.00 Dr, T ROïT ♦Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Pharoah Sanders Side Door: Jive live & Little Rueben, Free Raven Gallery: Gove & Mike Borecki; 930 Surf Side: Good Times Band; Free Pine Knob: Melanie; 1-75 at Sashawaw Rd 8:00, $6 pavillion, $4 lawn, 647-7790 (Folk) TV Channel 7,6:3Oam: A History of Jazz, 1950 to the present cWbdl7 Moon in Gemini, then in Cáncer 1 2:56pm MOVIES Ann Arbor Film Coop: "Last Yeur at Marienbad", Dir. by Resnais; Angelí Hall, 7:30 & 9:30 $1.25 ♦Cinema Guild: "II Posto (The Job)", Dir. by Oimi; Architecture Aud, 7:30 & 9:30, $1.00 YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "The Candidate"; Strong Aud 7:00 & 9:00, $.50,487-2460 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: The Other Side; IO:OOpm-2:OOam SI. 00 (Jazz) l'lood's: Jawbone; 10:00pm-2:00am Golden Falcon: Anent 00 Soul is DJ; 9:30pm2:0()am Maynard St. 193O's Dance Marathon; 10:00am -9:00pm; lst Prize $400, 2nd Prize $200, 3rd Prize $100, plus gift certificates; 761-9841 lor informa tion YPSILANTI Suds 1 actory: Capítol City Boys;9:30pm2:(H)am,$.5O Underground: Briscoe Band; 9:30pm-2:00am Free DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Pharoah Sanders Side Door: Jive I'ive & Little Rueben, Free ♦Raven Gallery: Gove & Mike Gorecki: 9:30, S3.00 Surf Side: Good Times Band; 9:00pm-2:00 am, Free ■Rainbow Room, Shelby Hotel: Luther Allison TV Channel 7, 6:30am: History of Jazz, 1950 to the present Channel 7. l0:00pm: ABC News Closeup, an investigation of heelth services lor children whose families find it difficult to pay EVENTS Free Arts Festival & Ann Arbor Street Fair; Main Si., F Ü...4 South U.; 10:00pm See page 30 lor more information Friends Roadshow - Michael Spughetti's HalfRiim Circus; Sehwaben Hall (above the old Primo Showbar) 217 S. Ashley; $2.50. 8:301 l:30pm Thurs 18 Moon in Cáncer MOVIES ANN ARBOR 'New World: "Two English Girls", Dir. by Truffaut;MLB Aud 4, 7:30 & 9:30. SI. 25 ♦Ann Arbor Film Coop: "Cat Ballou", Dir. by Silverstein; Angelí Hall, 7:30 & 9:30, $1 .nu 0n thisday in 1767: The Northwest Territorial Ordinance adopted the provisions of the Royal Proclamation of 1 763 as the policy of the U.S. "The utmost good t'aith .shall always be observed toward the lndians: llieir land and property shall never be taken froni them without their consent and in their property riglits and liberty, they shall never be invaded or disturbed."