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1974
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Friday 1 Moon in Taurus then in Gemini 1 :23pm MOVIES ANN ARBOR A 2 I'ilm Co-op: "Images" [Robeit Altman in conj. wCinema II, 7&9, $1.25. Cinema Guilci: "Juliei of the Spirits" JFellmi, 7 & 9:30, SI. Cinema II: "Images" (Altman] in conj. w A.2 l-ilm Co-op. 7&9. $1.25. Mediatrics: "Start the Revolution Without Me" and "Where Does It Hurt" 7:30 & 9, $1. YPSJLANTI Mud Cinema: "And Now the Screaming Starts," 3&9, $1. DETROIT Detroit 1-ílm Theatre 2: "The Ceremony" [Nagisha Oshima] . 7&9, S2., $l.students. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-The Boys of the Lough, 9pm, $2.50, folk. Bimbos-Gaslighters, 9pm, $.50, ragtime. Blind Pig-Pete Crawford, 9:30, $1. Chances Are-Headeast, 9pm, $1.50, R&R. Golden Falcon-Mixed Bag, lOpm. SI. 50, jazz. ♦Mr. Flood's Paity-Mike Smith & Co., afternoon, free; Jawbone, 9:3Opm, $1.00 Rubaiyat-Casba with Arnee. 9:30, nu cover. mild dance music. YPSILANTI ♦Bimbo's-Babylon, 9pm, SI., R&R. ♦The Suds I'actory-Divine Comedy, 9:30, $1., R&R. DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Charles Tolliver Qiiartet, 9:30, $3.50, jazz trompet. J.J.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard 1 rio. 9:30-1:30. ja.. "Itic Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, 9:30, SI., jazz & blues. ♦Michigan Concert Palace-Electric Light Orchestra & Climax Blues Band, 8pm, $5 in advance, $5.50 at the door. ♦Raven Gallery-Buffo (clown, singer, musician, mime, artist) ;ind Mary Foley, 9:30 & 1 1 :30.' $3. Watts Mozambique Lounge-Dakota Staton, 10:30, $3.50, jazz singer. ELSEWHERE The Stables, E. Lansing-Roger McQuinn, 10 & 12 pm, $3.00 TV 7:3Opm-Black Perspcclive on the News, Ch.56. 9pm-Washington Week in Review, Ch. 56. 1 ] :30pm-"Room Service" (1938), the Marx Bros., Lucille Ball, Ann Millcr, Ch. 50 lam-Rock Concert -Rolling Stones, Kool and the Gang, Waylon JennLngs, Ch.7. EVENTS ANN ARBOR Jewish Arts Festival: "Three Generations of Israeli Women Poets" 9pm at Hillel, 1429 Hill. Sponsored by B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation. Couzens Ensemble Theatre presents "Dark of the Moon," 8pm at 1 200 E. Ann S t. "The Gentleman CalIer'7'The Electronic Niggei" presented by the Black Theatre Touring Company. 9pm, Art World's Theatre, (2 1 }Vz S. Main-upstairs), $1 .50. "Edward 11" by Christopher Marlowe presented by City Center Acting Company, 8pm, Mendelssohn Theatre, Ticket info: 764-0450. Winter Art Fair, 10am-9pm. U of M Field House (located on Ferry Field). Saturday 2 Moon n Gemini MOVIES ANN ARBOR A2 Film Co-op: "Images," see Fri. 111. "Cinema Guild: "Mr. Smith Goes lo Washington" [Frank Capraj, 7&9, SI. Cinema il: "Images," see 1 11. New World Film Co-op: "Pink Flamingos" 7&9 (MLB 3), $1.25: "Brand X," 7 only, (MLB 4), $1.25; "Women In Revolt." 9 only (MLB 4), $1.25. YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Psycho" and "Wait Untfl Dark,"9only, $1. DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre 2: "Red River" [Howard Hawks) , 7 & 9:30, $2., $1. studente. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-The Boys of the Lough, see Fri. 111. Bimbo'sGaslighters, see 111. Blind Pig-Jimmy Walker, 9:30, $1., blues piano. Chances Are-Headeast, see 111. Del Rio-Live entertainment. ♦Golden Falcon-Mixed Bag, see 111. Mr. Flood's Party-Jawbone, see Kri. 1 1 l Rubaiyat-Casba with Arnee, see 1 11. YPSILANTI Bimbo's-Babylon, see 11L. The Suds Factory-Divine Comedy, see 1 11. DETROIT Baker's Keyboard LoungerCharles Tolliver Quartet, see Hl. JJ."s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, see 311. The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid, see 1 11 . . Rapa House Concert Cafe-After Hours Jazz, 2-6am. Raven Gallery-Buffo & Maiy Foley, see 111. Watts Mozambique Lounee-Dakota Staton, sec 111. ELSEWHERE The Stables, E. Lansing-Roger McQuinn, see wm 12noon-"Godzilla" (1956) Sci-fi, Ch. S0. 8pm-That Good Ole Nashville Music-Poiter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Ch. 50. NDAR, 3pm-Sir Graves Ghastly, "The Thing" (1951) Ch. 2. II :30pm-"Va termeion Man" (1970) Godfrey CanibridRe, Ch. 2. ANN ARBOR Open House & Logo Contest Awards at the New Public Access TV office, l-4pm (Logo Awards presentation-2:30pm) 208 W. Liberty (between First & Ashley). Films from the People's Republic of China (35mm-Eng. dubbed) Color: 1. Green Harvest, 2. The Growing-Up of the New Generation, 3. Fruit Flourish Costal lsland, Black & White 4. Bamboo (educational science film). l:30pm, Angelí Hall-Aud A. Free. Sponsored by USChina People's Friendship Assoc. Gay Community Halloween Dance. 9pmlam, Barboui Gym ♦Jewish Arts Festival-Film Festival, 8pm, Yiddish students-$.75, non-studenis, $1., atHillel, 1429HüISt. "Dark of the MootT'-Couzens Ensemble Theatre,see U1. "Edward II," see 111. Winter Art Fair. see 111. Planetarium Show; 3pm, $.25 at Museum of Nat. Hist. (corner of Washtenaw & N. Univer-sity), 764-0478. Poetry Uptown-musical entertainment, theater, poetry. l-5pm at the Del Rio. Lighthouse Coffeehouse-Free music & entertainment; 8-1 lpm at First Presbyterian Church of Washtenaw. Sunday 3 Moon in Gemini then in Cáncer 6:02pm MOVIES ANN ARBOR A2 Film Co-op: "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" w Warren Beatty & Julie Christie, 7 &9:15pm. " continued on pago 16 CAEE continued f rom page 15 ♦Cinema Guild: "Red Beard-Akahige" [Akira Kurosawal Japanese, subtitles, 8 only, $1. ♦Cinema II: "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" [Altman] , in conj. wa2 Film Co-op, 7 & 9:15, $1.25. New World Film Co-op: "Limelight" (Chaplin],7&9, $1.25. YPSILANTI Mud Cinema :"Psycho" & "Wait Until Dark"see 112. ♦International Film Series: "Grand Musion" (Jean Renoir] , 8pm, $.50 at Holy Trinity Chapel, EMU campus. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-The Boys of the Lough, see 111. ♦Bimbo's Gaslighters, see 111. Blind Pig-Silkpurse, 9:30, $.50, classical. Chances Are-Sidney Blair Visions, 5-8pm, $2., 12-piece jazz; Headeast, 9pm, $1., R&R. Del Rio-Live jazz. Dooley's-Synergy, 7-10pm, no cover, jazz. Golden Falcon-Electrifying Mojo wrecords, lOpm, $1. Mr. Flood's Party-Jawbone, 9:3Opm, $.75 YPSILANTI BimboVCricket Smith, 9pm, $1 ., R&R. The Suds Factory-Divine Comedy, see 1 11. DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Charies Tolliver Quartet.sec 1 11. Raven Gallery-Buffo & Mary Foley, see 1 11. Watts Mozambique Lounge-Dakota Staton, see U1. Cobo Hall-J.Geils Band and Mountain, 7:30, Tickets: $7.50, $6.50, $5.50 available at Cobo box office or by mail to Cobo B.O., 321 W. Jefferson, Det. 48226. TV lpm-Sir Graves Ghastly presents "The Wolfman"(1938) wLon Chaney.Ch. 2. 9pm-"Midmglit Cowboy" (1969) Dustin Hoffman. Jon Voight, Academy Award Winner, Ch. 7. EVENTS ANN ARBOR Jewish Arts Festival: Ceremonial Art, 2pm; Folk-Rock liturgy, 4:30pm; Jewish Choral music, 8:30pm at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. "Edward II" 7 pm, see 111. Winter Art Fair, see 1 11. Krishna Yoga Feast & Festival; 5pm, 718 W. Madison, 665-6304, Free. ♦Planetarium Show, see 112. DETROIT Forum : "Defeat the Anti-Busing Terror Campaign in Boston." Speaker: Ed Kanton, 7:30 pm, Trinity Methodist Church, 13100 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Sponsored by Spaitacist LeagueSpartacist Youth League. More Info; 921-4626 Monday 4 Moon in Cáncer MOVIES ANN ARBOR New World Film Co-op: "Lady Sings the Blues" 7&9:30, $1.25 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig-Blue Monday wBoogie Woogie Red 9:30pm, $1.00, blues 'Chances Are-Lightnin & Miss Ruby Starr, 9pm, $2.00, R&R Mx. Flood's Party -Mojo Boogie Band, 9:30 pm, $1.00, R&R YPSILANTÏ BimboVBliss, 9pm, $1.00, R&R The Suds Factory-Legend, 9:30, $.S0, R&R DETROIT Watts Mozambique Lounge-Spanky Wilson, 10:30. $3.50, Jazz singer Cobo Hall-J. Geus Band & Mountain, see Sun. H3 ELSEWHERE The Stables, E. Lansing-Esther Phillips, 10 & 12 pm, $3.00 TV 2:3Opm-"Lilias, Yoga, & You" learning the cobra position, Ch. 56 ll:30pm-Edward G. Robinson Festival, "The Hatchet Man." (1932) Ch. 50 ANN ARBOR Israeli Art Show: Litho's, Etchings, Graphics Watercolors, 7-9pm, Power Center Future World's Meeting: Plan next semester's course 7pm, UAC office, 2nd floor, Mich. Union. Visionaries welcome Ann Arbor City Council Meeting-7:3Opm at City Hall, Huron &. Sth Ave. Free Legal Aid-7-10pm at Free People's Clinic, 761-8592 HRP Steering Committee Meeting; S:30pm at 516 E. William, above Campus Bike Shop. Revolutionary Student Brigade meeting at 2207 Mich. Union. 7pm, 763-6563 for info. Indochina Peace Campaign meeting at 332 S. State, 7:30pm. 764-7548 for info. DETROIT Defeat Anti-Busing Terror Campaign in Boston, 12:3Opm, rm. 289 UCB, Wayne State Univ.-Speaker-Ed Kanton. More info. 921-4626 Tuesday 5 Moon in Cáncer then in Leo 9:29pm MOVIES A1W ARBOR A Film Co-op: "The Long Goodbye" with Elliot Gould, 7&9, $1.25 Cinema Guild: "The Jazz Singer"(Aian Crossland), 7 only, $1.00 and "The Cow" (Deryosh Mehrjui), Persian, subtitles, 9 only, $1.00 ♦Cinema U: "The Long Goodbye" in conj. wA Film Coop. 7&9, $1.25 New World Film Co-op: "Lady Sings the Blues," see Mon. 114 YPSILANTl Mud Cinema: "Monsieur Verdoux"(Chaplin), 2&8 pm, $1.00 MÜSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig-Rabbits, 9:30pm, $1.00, R&R ♦Chances Are-Choppeí, 9pm, $1.00, R&R Mi. Flood's Paxty-Jeff Dawson, 9:30pm, $.50 Golden Falcon-Flamingo Motel, lOpm, $1, Rock YPSÍLANT1 ♦Bimbb's-BHss, see Mon. 114 The Suds Factoiy-Foxx, 9:30pm, $.50,R&R DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-George Benaon Quartet, 9:30, $3.50, Jazz Raven Gallery-Buffo & Mary Foley, 9:30 & 10:30, $3.00 Watts Mozambique Lounge-Spanky Wilson, see Mon. 114 ELSEWHERE The Stables, E. Lansiiig-Esther Phillips, see Mon. U4 TV 5:50pm-Community Announcements-Cable 3 8:30pm-Senator Bursley Legisla tive Report, Peter Eckstein, (candidate alternatjve viewpoint) Cable 3 8:50pm-Ann Arbor City Council MeetingCable 3 ll:00pm-"It's Your Turn"-Prisoner's Solidarity Ch. 56 ll:30pm-Edward G. Robinson Festival "Five Star Final" (1931) Boris Karloff, Ch. SO EVENTS ANN ARBOR Jewish Arts Festival: "From Shalom Aleichem with Love" a dramatic presentation by EUiot Levine. 8 pm, at Hillel, 1429 HiU St. Gay Liberation Front Meeting-8pm at 3rd floor conf. room South Wing, Michigan Union, 761-2044 Free Pap Tests-in the morning at St. Joe's. Cali 668-8857 for more info. Lesbians Opening, rap group at Feminist Federal Credit Union Office, 225 E. Liberty, 7:30pm, 761-7973 for more info. SYL CLASS SERIES: "Toward the American Revolution" pt. H-"Black Oppression & WorkingClass Politics: Are Black People a Nation?" 7:00pm, Mich. Union, Rm 2207, U. ofM. Wednesday 6 Moon in Leo MOVIES ANN ARBOR A2 Film Co-op: "The Long Goodbye," see Tues. 115 ♦Cinema Guild: "Lights of New York" (Brian Fay) 7&8, $1.00 and "La Bohème" (King Vidor) wLillian Gish, 9 only, $1.00 Cinema II: "The Long Goodbye," see Tues. U5 New World Film Co-op: "Summer of '42," 7&9, (Nat. Sci), $1.25 YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Paper Moon," 7&9, $1.00 MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Hoot Night, 9pm, $.75, Folk, amateur nite Blind Pig-The Otherside, 9:30pm, $1.00, Jazz Chances Are-Chopper, see Tues. U5 Golden Falcon-Double-O-Soul-with records, lOpm, $1.00 Mr. Flood's Party -ieff Dawson, see Tues, U5 YPSILANTI Bimbo's-Ciear, 9pm, $1.00, R&R The Suds Factory-Foxx, see Tues.H5 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Geprge Benson Quartet, see Tues. li5 JJ.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, 9:30-1:30, Jazz The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, 9:30 pm, $1:00, Blues & Jazz Raven Gallery-Buffo &. Mary Foley, see Tues. U5 Watts Mozambique Lounge-Spanky Wilson, see Mon. 114 ELSEWHERE The Stables, E. Lansing-Esther Phillips, see Mon. U4 FKnt !MA-Foghat and Gentle Giant. 7:30 pm, Tickets $6.50, $5.50 reserved. Availabie Dorït ForgetTo VOTG! USE THE POWER! at !MA B.O., Hudson's, or by mail to: 901 E Second Ave.. Flint 48502 TV 6:5()pm-Community Announcements-Cable 3 7:()0pm-Community Dialogue-Bruce Warshal with City Council Members, Cable 3 ll:30pm-Wide World Special, "The Third David l'riist Prescnts the Guiness Book of World Records" Ch. 7 ll:30pm-F,dward G. Robinson Festival, "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" (1939) Ch. 50 EVENTS ANN ARBOR GAVK Meeting (Gay Awareness Women's Kollective) 8pm, 3rd floor conf. room South Wing of Michigan Union. 763-4186. All women welcome. People's Food Coop Meeting, 7:3()pm, caB 761-8173 lor location. "Rally al the County Building to Stop ERIM War Research. 6pm, (fluron & Main) The Ad Hoc'Committce to Stop IRIM War Reseauh761-7993 or 761-6650 DETROIT Attica Rally; 8pm al Det. Inst. of Arts: Speakers: Torn Wickcr, Heywood Burns, Rev. M.L. Strobte-Smith, John Hill. Jim Ingram. ♦Cocktail Reception held by the Detroit Attica Defense Comnrittee, 5:3O-7:3Opm at Wayno University's McGregor Memorial Center. Tickets are S25'person. Your presence andor your con tribu (ion will help the effort not only to provide a fair trial fot sixty persons who will otherwise have li t tic chance for justice, but to prolect our inalienable right to equal justice tor the poor as well as the rich. Thursday 7 Moon in Leo MOVIES AÑft ARBOR A Film Co-op: "Sunset Boulevard" (Billy Wilder), 7:15 & 9:15, $1.25. "That Cold Day In the Park", 7&9 (Aud B), $1.25 ♦Cinema Guild: "Tortilla Flat" (Víctor Neming), 7&9, $1.00 New World Film Co-op: "Belle De Jour" (Bunuel), 7&9 (Nat. Sci.), $1.25 Women's lilm Series: "Gertrude Stein: When This You Sec, Remember Me"-a portrait of the author's Paris years with Alice foklas, Picasso, Hemingway, Lipchitz and Flanner. 8pm in Aud C, Angelí Hall. Free YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Paper Moon", see Wed. 116 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig-John Nicholas, 9:30pm. $1.00, Blues Chances Are-Chopper, see Tues. 115 Mr. Flood's Party -Casbah, 9:30pm, $.75, Jazz Golden Falcon-Dramatics, lOpm, $2.50, Soul YPSILANTI Bimbo's-Clear. see Weds 116 The Suds Faetory-Foxx, see Tues. U5 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-George Henson Ouartet, see Tues. 115 J.J.'s Limnge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, see Wed. 116 The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, see Wed. 116 Raven Gallery-Buffo & Mary Koley, see Tues 115 Watts Mozambique Lounge-Spanky Wilson, see Mon. 114 ELSEWHERE The Stables, E. Lansing-Esther Phillips, see Mon. 114 continued on page 18 continued f rom page 17 TV 6:50pm-Community Announcements-Cable 3 7:00pm-Community Dialogue wBruce Warshal-Cable 3 8:30pm-Poetry Reading-Cable 3 9:00pm-Sou!-"Billy Preston: The Master's Child"-Ch. 56 Midnite-Edward G. Robinson Festival "The Sea Wolf' (1941) Ch. 50 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Israeli Art Show: Lithos, Etchings, Graphics, Watercolors. 7-9pm, Power Center "The Time of Your Life" by William Saroyan presented by City Center Acting Company, 8 pm, Mendelssohn Thcatrc, Ticket info: 7640450 HRP City Committee Meeting-6:30pm, 516 E. William (above Campus Bike Shop) Model Cities Policy Board Meeting-8pm. Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main Attica Movie by Cinda Fiiestone, 7:3Opm at Rm. 100 Law School S1.00. Rev. Smith & John Hill will be speakinsi. Friday 8 Moon in Leo then in Virgo 0:18am MOVIES ANN ARBOR A2Film Co-op: "Thicves Like Us" at 7 & 9:15, $1.25 'Cinema Guiid: "G rapes oTWrath" (John Ford), 7&9, S1.00 Cinema II "Thieves Like Us," in conj. w A Film Coop, 7 & 9:15, $1.25 Mediatrics: "Walking Tall," 7:30 & 9, $! 00 YPSÍLANTI Mud Cinema: "Paper Moon." see Wed. 116 DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre 2 "The Merchant of Four Seasons" (R.W. Passbinder) 7&9 (Rackhain And, 80 Farnsworth) $2.00, Slstudents MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Michael Cooney3 9 pm, 2.50, folk ♦Bimbo's-Gaslightets. 9pm, $.50, ragtime Blind Pig-Danny Spencer & Ron Brooks 9:30pm, SI.00.jazz mees Are-Chopper, 9pm, $1.50, R&R Rubaiyat-Casba-with Arnee-9:30prn. no cover . Mr. Flood's Party -Merrimac County, 9:30 pm, $1.00 Golden Falcon-John Davis Quintet, lOpm, YPSILANTI Bimbo's-Clear, see Wed. 116 The Suds Factory-Foxx, 9:30pm. $1.00,R&R DETROIT Ba ker's. Keyboard Lounge-George Benson Quartet, see Tues. U5 J.J.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, see Wed. 116 The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, see Wed. U6 Raven Gallcry-Buffo & Mary Foley, 9:30 & 11:30, $3.00 Watts Mozambique Lounge-Spanky Wilson, see Mon. 114 ELSEWHERE The Stables, E. Lansing-Esther Phillips, see Mon. 1 1 4 TV 6:50pm-Community Announcements-Cable 3 7:00pm-Community Dialogue wBruce War.-.lial-Cable 3 7:3Opm-Black Perspective on the News-Ch.56 8:00pm-Dance Special-background material on Dance presentation at Power CenterTCable 3 8:00pm-Detroit Black Journal-Ch. 56 9:30pm-Off the Recoid-a look at Michigan public issues from the state capital-Ch, 56 ll:00pm-In Concert-Keith Moon, James Brown, Loggins & Messina, Humble Pie, Bad Company', AUman Bros, Three Dog Night, Seals & Ciofts,' Chuck Berry, Edgar Winters, Eagles, Jim Crocè, Rod Stewart, the Spinners, and Elvin Bishop 3 hour special-Ch. 7 2:30am-Rock Concert-Curtis Mayfield, the Stylistics, and the Natural Four-Ch. 7 EVENTS ANN ARBOR ♦University Dancers, 8prn at Power Center. Tickets $2.50 (matinee $1.50) at Mendelssohn Theatre lobby, 764-6273 "Reynard the Fox" a children's play presented by The Imaginary Menagerie thealre group. 9pm, Art Worl's Theatre (213% S. Main-upstairs), SI. 50 "The Time of Your Life", see Thurs. U7 The National Lawyers Guild is holding a seminar on Electronic Surveillance (lts' legal aspects), 3:30 pm, Room 116, Hutchins Hall. For more info cali the Lawyers Guild (76334 74 i Saturday 9 Moon in Virgo MOVIES ANN ARBOR A2 Film Co-op; "Thieves Like Us." see 1 18. ♦Cinema Guild: "Of Micc and Men" Lev is Milestone].7&9, $1. Cinema II: "Thieves Like Us," see U8. Mediatrics: "Walking Tal!," see 1 18. New World Film Co-op: "Harokl & Maude. 7 & 8:45. (MLB3), $1.25, aiso "Ninotchka" wGreta Garbo, 7&9:30 (MLB4) $1.25. YPSILANT1 Mud Cinema: "Hitler: The Last Ten Days," 7&9, $1. DETROIT Detroit Film Tlieatre 2: "The Conformist" [Bernado Bertolucci] , 7&9, $2., $lstudents. MUS1C ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Michael Cooney, sec Fri. 118. Birnbo's-Gaslighters, see 118. Blind Pig-Danny Spencer & Ron Brooks, see 118. Chances Are-Chopper, see 1 18. Del Rio-Live entertainment. Mr. Flood's Party-MerrimacCounty, see Fri. 118 NDAR Golden Falcon-John Davis Quintet, see Fri. 118 Rubaiyat-Casba, see 118. YPSILANTI Bimbo's-Clear, see 116. The Suds l'actory-Foxx. see 1 1 8. DETROIT ♦Baker's Keyboard Lounge-George Benson Quartet, see Tues. 115. J.J.'s Loumie-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, see 1 16. The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, see 116. ♦Michigan Concert Palace-Rory Gallager & Rush, 8pm. Rapa House Concert Af ter Hours Jazz, 2-6am. Raven Gallery-Buffo & Mary Foley, see 1 18. ♦Watts Mozambique Lounge-Spanky Wilson, see 1 14. Masonic Auditorium-Maria Muldaur & Toni Rush, 7:3öpm, Tickets: $6.50, $5.50, $4.50 at box office or by mail. U of D Memorial Bldg: Dionne Warwicke & the Spinners, 8pm, Tickets: $5, S6, $7 at U of D box office & Hudson's. ELSEWHERE ♦The Stables. E. Lansing-Esther Phillips, see TV 2ptn-Soul Train-Ashford & Simpson, Ch. 2. 6:50pm-Community Announcements, Cable 3. 7pm-Community Dialogue wBruce Warshal. Cable 3. EVENTS ANN ARBOR University Dancers, 2:30 & 8pm. see 1 18. "Reynard the Fox," see 118. "The Time of Your Life," see Thurs. 117. ♦Planetarium Show; 3pm, $.25 at Museum of Nat. History (corner of Washtenaw & N. University) 764-0478. Sunday 10 Moon in Virgo then in Libra 2:59am MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "Fast of liden" lElia Kazan), 7&9, SI. Cinema II: "Rampaxts of Clay" (Jean-Loois Bertucelli, 7&9, SI. New World I ilm Co-op: "Sleuth" 7&9, $1.25. YPSILANTI ■ Mud Cinema: "Hitler: The Last Ten Days " see 119. International Film Series: "Rashoman" [Akira Kutosawa] , 8pm, $.50 at Holy Trinity Chapel on EMU campus. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Michael Cooney, see 108. Bimbo's-Gaslighters, see 118. ♦Blind Pig-The Siik Purse, 9:3Opm, $.50, classical. ♦Chances Are-Weather Report & Sid Blair's Visions, $5.00, Jazz Dooley's-State St. Band, 7-1 Opm, no cover Mr. Flood's Party-Jeff Dawson, 9:30pm, $.50 ♦Golden Falcon-The Electrifying Mojo w records, lOpm, $1.00 YPSÏLANTI Bimbo's-Tim Buckley, 9pm, $3., R&R. The Suds Factory-Old Time Movies DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-George Ben.son Quartet.see U5. Raven Gallery-Buffo & Mary l-oley, 9:30 & 10:30, $3. Watts Mozambique Lounge-Spanky Wilson, see 1 14. Masonic Auditorium-Shawn Phillips ín concert wQuartermass, 7 :30pra, Tickets: S6.S0. $5.50, $4.50 available at Masonic box office or by mail to Masonic B.O., 500 Temple, üet. 48201. EVENTS ANN ARBOR OPEN HOUSE for the Ann Arbor SUN, I-5pm,at603E. William St. University Dancers, 2:3Opm, see 1 18. Nationai Chinese Opera Theatri'-2:30pni, Hill Auditorium, Tickets: S3.5O-.S8.5O at Burton Tower (665-3717), presented by University Musical Society. "Thc Time of Your Life," see 1 17. ♦Planetarium Show, see 1 19. Seminar-Art in the Modern World, 2pm at Art World.s, 21 Vá S. Main St.