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20
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September
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1974
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Note: To find the location or phone numbersfor the musical events and films Usted in the calendar, turn to pages 21 & 23. Tri 20 Moon in Scorpio, then in Sagittarius 4:48 pm MOVIES Ann Albor ♦Cinema Guild-"Accattone" [Pasolini & Bertolucci] (Italian) Engüsh subtitles 7 & 9,$1. Cinema H-"Bizarre, Bizarre" [Marcel Carne] French subtitled 7 & 9, $1. Ypsüsnti Mud Cinema-"Day of the Jackal" (EMU ID only)7 &9:30 Detroit Cabaiet Cinema-"Pink Flamingos" Midnight (25570 W. Eight Mile, 356-4666) Cass City Cinema -"The Wild One" wBrando 7 & 9:30 (First Unitarian Church, Cass at , Forest) MUSIC Ann Arboi The Ark Coffee House-Elizabeth Cotten 9 pm, $2.50, folk. Bimbo's-Gaslighters $.50. ragtime. Blind Pig-SojoumerWolf sCathouse Band, 9:30, $1., oldR&B. Chances Are-True, 9 pm. rock. ♦Flick's Bar-Mojo Boogie Band, $1 Mr. Flood's Party -Silvertones, 9:30, $1., oíd R& B. Rubaiyat-Free Fiight, 9:30, no cover, mild dance band. Ypsilanti Bimbo's-Diamond Head, 9:30, $]. rock. The Suds Factory-Copper Penny, 9:15, $1., rock&roll. Detroit & Suburbs ♦Baker's Keyboard Les McCann, 9:30, $3.50, jazz. Bobbie's Lounge-Ursula Walker wMatt Michaels, Don Palmer & Jack Brokenstra, 9pm Earth Center-Dave Roselyn, 9pm, blues. J.J.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel -The Lyman Woodard Organization, 9 pm, jazz Moby Dick Lounge-Don McKenzie Trio, 9 pm, $1., top 30's & 40's. ♦Rainbow Room-Shelby Hotel-The Rockets & The Friends Road Show, 9:30, $3., r&r. Raven Gallery -Jonathan Round & Charlie Robinson, 9:30 & 11 :30, $3., ballads & blues. Rock & Roll Farm-Brussel Sprouts, 9 pm, r&r. Side Door Lounge-Little Rubin & Wideload, MacLac, Terry & Topics, Carlisle, 9 pm, r&r. m Surfside Cocktail Lounge -Good Time Band, 9pm, $1.50, r&r Union Street-Mary Foley, Alan Rodon, Jill Phillips, MikeMonahai), 8:30-1:30, folk. Watts Mozambique Lounge-Grant Greene, 10:30, $3.50, jazz singer. Women's Cultural Center-Cathy & Bairy, 9:30, $1.50, feminist songs. TV 11 :30 pm -Wide World Special; "Walt DisneyA Golden Anniversary Salute" A celebration o of the 5Oth annivetsary of entertainment world created by the late Walt Disney including interviews by people who worked for him and with him, and sequences from his most famous fflms (ABC-TV) lam-Rock Concert, Manfred Mann, Ch.7 EVENTS Ypsilanti EMU Fall Festival 7-1 1 p.m., Intramural Field-North Campus (Ann St. at Huron River Drive) EMU Campus. Detroit American Festival, 6-1 lpm, Detroit Riverfront Sat21 Moon in Sagittarius MOV1ES Ann Albor Cinema Guild-"The Conformist" (Bertoluccij French, English subtitles, 7 & 9, $1. Ónema II -"O Lucky Man" {Lindsay Anderson] 4, 7,& 10, $1.25. Mediatrics-"Scatecrow" starring Gene Hackman & Al Pacino, 7:30 & 9, $1 . ♦Festival of Life fïlm-"Sunseed" 7 & 9:30, at Nat. Sci. Aud. Ypsilanti Mud "Carnal Knowledge (EMU ID only) 7 & 9 pm Detroit ♦Cabaret "Pink Flamingos" see Fri. Sept. 20 MUSIC Ann Arbor The Ark Coffee House-Elizabeth Cotten, see Sept. 20 ♦Bimbo's-Gaslighters, see Sept. 20 ♦Blind Pig-Sojourner' Wolfs Cathouse Band, see Sept. 20 ♦Chances Are-True. see Sept. 20 Flicks Bar-Mojo Boogie Band. $1 Mr. Flood's Paity-Silvertones, see Sept. 20 Rubaiyat-Free Flight, see Sept. 20 Ypsilanti Diamond Head, see Sept. 20 The Suds Factory-C opper Penny, see Sept. 20 Detroit & Suburbs Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Les McCann, see Sept.20 Bobbie's Lounge-Ursula Walker & trio, see Sept. 20 Earth Center-Dave Roselyn-see Sept. 0 JJ.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard. see Sept. 20 Moby Dick Lounge-Don McKenzie Trio, see Sept. 20 ♦Rainbow Room-Shelby Hotel-The Rockets & Friends Road Show, see Sept. 20 Raven Galiery-Jonathan Round & Charlie Robinson. see Sept. 20 Rock & Roll Farm -Brussel Sprouts, see Sept 20 Side Door Lounge-Local Bands, see Sept. 20 Surfside Cocktail Lounge-Good Time Band see Sept. 20 Union Street-Folk musicians, see Sept. 20 Watts Mozambique Lounge-Grant Greene, see Sept. 20 'Women's Cultural Center-Laurie McPherson 9:30 pm, $1.50, feminist songs. TV lpm-Soultrain, music. Ch.2 ., 5pm-ABC Wide World of Sports, George Foreman-Muhammed AH, Ch.7 EVENTS Ypsilanti EMU Fall Festival 10a.m.-ll pm.. see Fri Sept. 20 for location. Detroit Latin-American Festival-noon-llpm, Detroit Riverfront Sun 22 Moon in Sagittarius MOVIES Ann Arbor Cinema Guüd-"Partner"[Bertoluccil Italian English subtitles, 7 & 9, SI. Cinema II-"Le Retour d'Afrique" [Alain TannerJ French, subtitled, 7&9, $1. Mediatrics-"Scarecrow" see Sept. 21 New World Film Co-op -"CHes & Whispers" 7&9 $ 1 .2S Ypsilanti Mud "Carnal Knowledge" see Sept. 21 ♦International Film Series-"The 400 Blows" [Truaffaut] 8 p.m.-50 cents, Holy Trinity Church EMU campus. MUSIC Ann Albor Ark Coffee House-Tracey Schwartz, 9pm $2.50, folk Bimbo's-Gaslighters, see Sept. 20 Blind Pig-'Golliard Brass Ensemble, 9:30, $.50, classical Chances Are-Heavin', 9pm, rock Del Rio-ilive Soup-Jaz7 ♦Golden Falcon-Mojo is DJ, 9:30 Mr. Flood's Rabbits, 9:30, $.75 r&i Milan Prison-Mojo Boogie Band Ypsilanti Bimbo's-The New McKinney Cotton Pickers, 2-5 :30pm, jazz The Suds Factory-Mugsy, 9: 15, rock Detroit & Suburbs Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Les McCann, see Sept. 20 ♦Earth Center-Dave Roselyn, see Sept. 20 ♦Rainbow Room Shelby Eddie Nuccelli's ban-Plural Circle, 9 pjn., Jazz Raven Gallery-Jonathan Round & Charlie Robinson, 9:30 & 10:30, $3., ballads & blues Rock & Roll Farm-Brussel Sprouts, see Sept. 20 Side Door Lounge-Local Bands see Sept. 20 Surfside Cocktail Lounge-Good Time Band 9pm,$l.r&r Union Street-Folk musicians, see Sept. 20 Watts Mozambique Lounge-Grant Greene, see Sept. 20 ♦Belle isle Band Shell-Detroit Blues Festival, llam-7pm, free EVENTS fpsilanti EMU Fall Festival 10 a.m.-9 p.m., see Fri, Sept. 20 for location. Detroit American Festival-noon-1 lpm. Detroit Riverfront ♦Detroit Blues Festival - 1 1 am-7pm , Belle Isle Band Shell 'Mon 23 Autumn Equinox Vloon in Sagittarius,then in Capricorn 2:23am MOVIES New World Film Coop: Cries & Whispers-see Sun. Sept. il MUSIC Ann Arbor Blind Pig: Blue Monday w Boogie Woogie Red, 9:30, $1.00, boogie woogie blues Chances Are: Heavin, see Sept. 22 Golden Falcon-Jive Soup-Jazz Mr. Flood's Party: Tim Carr, 9:30, $.50 „ Ypsilanti Bimbo's: Bob Springfield, 9:30, $1.00, 1 man entertainment The Suds Factory: Salem Witchcraft. 9: 15. $.50, Rock n' Roil Detroit & Suburbs Side Door Lounge: TV-Tape Show of Rock & Rotl Bands, 7-10pm Union Street: Folk Musicians-see Fri., Sept. 20 Watts Mozambique Lounge: Grant Greenesee Fri. Sept. 20 TV 2:30pm-Lilias Yoga & You, Yoga at home. 56 1 lpm-lt's Your Turn, Detroit's Fifth Estáte Newspaper, 56 1 l:30pmKatherine Hepburn Festival (- "Break of Hearts" 1935), 50 Tues 24 Moon in Capricorn MOVIES Ann Arbor A2 Film Co-op: MaratSade [Peter Brook] . Starring Glenda Jackson & Patrick Magee, 7 & 9, $1.25 Cinema Guild: Birth of a Nation [D.W. Griffith] Silent 7pm. $1.00 and Wild Boys of the Road [W. Wellman],9:3Opm, $1.00 New World Film Co-op: The Last Picture Show, 7 & 9:30, $1.25 Ypsilanti Mud Cinema: The Kid & the Idle Class (EMU ID only). 2 & 8 pm MUSIC Ann Arbor BlindPig: Cirrus, 9:30. 1.00, jazz ♦Chances Are: Chopper, 9:00, Rockn' Roll Golden Falcon-Jive Soup-Jazz Mr. Flood's Party: Tim Carr, See Sept. 23 Ypsilanti The Suds Factory: Salem Witchcraft, See Sept. 23 Detroit & Suburbs Earth Center: Dave Roselyn, 9pm, Blues Moby Dick Lounge: Don McKenzie Trio, 9pm No Cover, Top 30's & 40's II r Rainbow Room - Shelby Hotel: The Friends Road Show, 9:30pm, $1.00, mime-acrobatsclowns-magic-R&R ♦Raven Gallery: The Country Store, 9:30 & 10:30, $3.00, Bluegrass Side Door Lounge: Local Bands-see Fri. Sept. 20 Union Streef. Folk Musicians-see F'ri. Sept. 20 . Watts Mozambique Lounge: Grant Greene see Fr. Sept 20 TV 9:30pm-Performance, Ars Antiquatrare instruments, 56 lOpm-Detroit, Black News, 56 U:30pm-Wide World Special, 20th Cent.. Fox Presents - clips from old flicks, 7 1 l:30pm-Katherine Hepburn Film Fest - (Christopher Strong '33), 50 cWed 25 Moon in Capricorn, then in Aquarius 2:38pm MOVIES Ann Arbor A2 Film Coop: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex [Woody Allen] , 7, 8:45, & 10:30, $1.25 Cinema Guild: Birth of a Nation & Wild Boys of the Road. See Tues. Sept. 24 conti nued on page 22