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8
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November
Year
1974
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CAEE continued f rom page 17 nFTRfïIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Lu ther AJlison & Quartet, 9:30, $3.50. jazz & blues. Raven Gallery-EHzabeth Corrigan, 9:30 & 10:30, S3., folk musician. Watts Mozambique Lounge-Kenny Burrcll, ase ill 1. TV 5:50pm-Community Announcements, Cable 3. 8:30pm-"tlizabeth R"Glenda Jackson portrays Llizabeth I of England in the firs! of a 6-pait historical drama. Ch. 56. 10pm-"Bhies Summit in Chicago" the first in a serios presenting Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, Dr. John, Mike Bloomfield, Buddy Miles, Jr. Wells, Willie Dixon, Nick Gravenitas, and Koko Taylor, Ch. 56. EVENTS ANN ARBOR - Gay Liberation Front meeting-Spin 3rd floot conf'. room, Mich. Union. 761-2044. "I roe Pap Tests in the morninc at St. Joe's. Cal! 668-8857 for more info. Lesbians Opening, rap group at Feminist Federal Credit Union Office. 7:3Opm, 225 E. 1 iberty, 761-7973 for more info. A2 Health Care Collective meeting. 7:30pm. Mich. Union. Rm. 2207, More info: 665-0825. Artists & Craf'tsrnen Guild-Steeting Committee meeting. All Guild members & interested studente invjted. Cali 763-1 107 for info. Dr. Robert Wallace, President of Maharishi International Universiiy (MIL') will speak on "MK' asa New Concept ín Kducatjon," 8pm U of M Physics Astro. Bldg, Rm. 170. People's Ballroom Meeting, 8:00pm, 328 John St. (off S. Fitth between Madison & Hill) YPSILANTI FREE CONCERT s Flip Jackson Quartet & The Brown Trout Rhythm Band. 8pm-Pease Auditorium. Sponsored by the Ypsi Human Rights Pany(HRP) Wednesdayl3 New Moon in Scorpio MOV1ES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild-"Hunchback of Notre Dame" see U12; and "One HourWith You (Ernst Lubitsch), short "Haunted House" Buster Keaton, 9pm, $ 1 . YPSILANTJ Mud Cinema-"Oklahoma Oude" and "Dr. Strangelove" 8pm only, $1. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Hoot Nite, 9pm, $.75, folk. BHnd Pig-The Other Side, 9:30, $ J ., jazz. 'Chances Are-Great Lakes Expiess, see 1 113. ♦Golden Falcon-Double-O-Soui wrecords, 10pm,$l. Mt. Rood's Party-John Nicholas andor Eddje Buxns, 9:30, $.50, blues. YPS1LANTI Bimbo's-Masterpiece, 9pm, soul. The Suds Factery-Pear, see 1 11 1 . DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Luther Allison & Quartet, sec 1112. J.J.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, 9:30-1:30, jazz. The Medium Lounge-The BUI Heid Group 9:30, $1., jazz & blues. Raven Gallery-Elizabeth Corrigan, see 1112 Vatts Mozambique Lounge-Kenny Burrell see 1111. I v 2:3Opm-Lilias, Yoga and Ytu, Ch. 56. 6:50pm-Community Announcements, Cable 3. 7pm-Community Dialogue wBruce Warshal Cable 3. 7pm-"0n Being A Woman Playwright" Myrnu Lamb discusses the position of a woman playwright in the theatrical worid, Ch. 56. 1 1 :30pm-".Iames Dean: Memories of A Gentle Rebel" film clips and discussion. Ch. 7. EVENTS ANN ARBOR People's Food Coop meeting, 7:30pm, cali 761-8173 forlocation. "Women's Community Center Organizing Coliecüve meeting, 8pm, 3rd floor conf. room, Mich. Union. Pioletarian drama-"Thc Red Lantern" (fiom the People's Republic of China), 8pm, True-" blood Theatre in Frieze Bldg. 764-0450. Thursday 14 Moon in Scorpio then n Sagittarius M:40am MOVIES ANN ARBOR A2 Film Coop-"The Private Life of Shertock Holmes," see Tues. 1112. Womens film Series: "Anything You Want To Be" (a feenage girl discovers doublé message behind concept of freedom) & "Emerging Woman" (an historical documentary about women in the U.S. using old newsreels & engravings) 8pm, Aud. C Angel! Hall, FREE. YPSILANTI Mud Cinema-"Oklahoma Crude" and "Dr, Strangelove"see I113. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Still House Slring Band, 9pm, SI., folk. Blind Pig-Big Daddy "G" and his Band, 9:30 $1., blues. "Chances Are-Great Lakes Express, see 1111. , Mr. Flood's Party-Rabbits, 9:30pm, $.75, R&R. YPSILANTI Bimbo's-Musterpiece, see 1113. The Suds Factory-I'ear, see 1111. DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Lu ther Allison S Ouartel, sec 1 112. J.i.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, see 1113. The Medium Lounge-BHl Heid Group, see 1113. Michigan Concert Palacc-Sly &. the Family Stone, Tower of Power & Hydra. 8pm, Tickets: S5 & $6, avaüable at Hudson's & Grinnelfs. Raven Gallery-EUzábeth Corrigan, see 1 112 Vatts Mozambique Lounge-Kenny Burrell, see 1111. Olympia Stadium-Elton John wDavey .Tohnstone, Dee Murray, Nigel Olsson, Kay Cooper and the Kiki Dee Band. 8pni. Tickets: $8.50, S7.5O, $6.50 at Olympia Box Office. TV 6:50pm-(!ommunity Announcements-Cabie 3. 7pm-Community Dialogue, Cable 3. EVENTS ANN ARBOR HRPCity Committee meeting, 6:30pm, 516 E. Witliam, above Campus Bike Shop. UAC Soph Show presents "Damn Yankees" 8pm, Mendelssolin Theatre, $2,75, $3. admission. Friday 15 Moon in Sagittarius MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guüd-"Magnificent Ambersons" Orson Welles] short "The Electric House" Busier Keaton, 7&9, $1 . 'Cinema II-"Je T'Aime JeTAime [Alatn Resnais] , I-'rench, subtitles, 7&9, $1. YPSILANTI Mud Cinema-"Oklahoma Crude" and "Dr. Strangelove" see 1113. DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre 2-"Kid Blue" [James Fravvley] , 7&9, $2., $lstudents. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Andy Cohen & Spider John Kerner, 9pm, S2.50, folk. Bimbos-Gaslightet, 9pm, $.50. ragtime. Blind Pig-Big Daddy "G" and his Band, see 1114. ♦Chances Are-Dr. Bop & the Headltners, 9pm, R&R. Golden Falcon-Brainstorm, lOpm. Mr. Flood's Party-Rabbits, 9:30pm, SI., R& p Rubaiyat-Casba wArnee, 9:30, no cover. VPSILANTI BimboVBurning Tree, 9pm, R&K. The Suds Factory-Pear, see 1111. DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Luther Allison & Quartet, see Tues 1 112. ♦JJ.'s Lounge-Sheiby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, see 1113. The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, see 1113. Michigan Concert Palace-Sly & the Family Stone. Tower of Power & Hydra, see 1 114. 'Raven Gailery-Elizabeth Corrigan, see 1 11 2 ♦Watts Mozambique Lounge-Kenny Burell, see 1111. 01ympia Stadium-Elton John, see 1 114. TV 7am-"A.M. Detroit" Coleman Young is special guest, Ch. 7. 6:50pm-Community announcements. Cable 3. 7pm-Community Dialogue, Cable 3. 7:3Opm-"'Black Perspective on the News" Ch. 56. ! EVENTS ANN ARBOR UAC Soph Show, "Damn Yankees" see 11 14. Lecture-"A Living Religión in Southern Vietnam -An Examination of Hoa Hao Buddhism" by Thu Van (Le Thi Anh), Vice Chancellor Cor Development, Hoa Hao Uníversity, South Vietnam. 3pm, East Conf. Room, Rackham. Ann Arbor Comic Opera perfurm "The WOrld of Operetta," 9pm, Art World's Tbeatre, 213V4 S. Main (upstaifs) S1.50. Gallo & Lettuce Boycott picketing at Villagc Corners wrides to Great Scott, 3pm. ♦Benefit for the Ann Arbor Free Peopk-'s Cünic with Soulbird, featuring: Curt Sohc-I on Guitar & Roper Weisberg on piano. 4 sets starting 8pm, Haltway Inn. t'ast Quadbasement. YPSILANTI GalIo & Lettuce Boycol t picketing at Great Scott, 11-5. DETROIT Alvin Ailey Dance Theatrc (Amcrica's No. 1 Dance Co.), 8:3üpm at Music Hall, 350 Madison. Tickets: $8.50, $7.50, $5.50, $3.50 evenings, avaüable at Hudson's, Grinnell's or Music Hall box office. 963-7680. 'Pearl Bailey wJud Strunk, 8:30pm, lord Auditorium. Tickets: $10 general admission, presented by Marygrove College Celebrity Night. Saturday 16 Moon in Sagittarius then n Capricorn 7:43pm MOVIES ANN ARBOR ♦Cinema Guild-"Rashomon" [Akira Kurosawa Japanese, subtitles, 7&9, $1. ♦Cinema H-"Cat Qn A Hot Tin Roof' [Richard Brooks], 7&9, $1. Mediatrics-"Bonnie & Clyde" 7:30 & 9, $1. New World Film Hendrix Special"Jimi Plays Berkeley." 7pm, MLB 3, $1.25; "Rainbow Bridge" 9pm, MLB 3, $1.25; "Frankenstein" (oris;., Boris Karlof) 7&9, MLB4, $1.25. YPSILANTI Mud Cinema-"The Lion in Winter" 7&9:3O, $1. DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre 2-"lvan the Terrible" I & II [Sergei Eisenstein) , 8pm only, $2, $1 students. MUS1C ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Andy Cohén & Spider John Kerner, see 1 11 S. Bimbo's-Gaslighters, see 1115. Blind Pig-Big Daddy "G" and Band, see 1 114. Chances Are-Dr. Bop & Headhners, see 1 1 15. Dooley's-Craig Marsden, no cover. Golden Falcon-Brainstorm, lOpni. Mr. Flood's Party-Rabbits, see 1 115. ♦Rubaiyat-Casba, see 1 115. YPSILANTI ♦Bimbo's-Burning Tree, 9pm, R&R. The Suds Factory-Pear, see 1 1 1 1 . DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Luther Allison & Quartet, see i 112. J.J.'s Lounge-Shelby Hotel-Lyman Woodard Trio, see 1113. The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, see 11 ♦Michigan Concert Palace-Ted Nugent & Freddie King, 8pm, $4.50 in advance, $5. at door. Rapa House Concert Cafe-After Hours Jazz, 2-6am. Raven Gallery-Elizabeth Corrigan, see U12 Watts Mozambique Lounge-Kenny Burrell, see 1111. TV 6:5()pm-Coramunity announcements. Cable 3. 7pm-Community Dialogue, Cable 3. 7pm-"Blues Summit in Chicago" see 1112, Ch. 56. EVENTS ANN ARBOR Planetarium Shov-3pm, Museum of Nat. History. (córner of Washtenaw & N. UnivcrsiU I, $.25, 764-0478. UAC Soph Show, "Damn Yankees" see U14. Women's Community Center Organizaing Skills Workshops-including group dynamics, problem solving, conflict resolution, publicity & media and more. 10arn-12nuon and l-2pm al Guild Uso., S02 Monroe Ann Arbor Comic Opera perform "The World of Operette," see 1115. Gallo & Lettuce Boycott picketíng Vülage Corners wrides to Great Scott, 3pm. YPSILANTI Gallo & Lettuce Boycott picketing Great Scott, 11-5. DETROIT Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre, 2pm, & 8pm at Music Hall. Tickets for matinee-S7.5O, $6.50, $4.50, S3. for more info see 1 1 1 5. Sunday 17 Moon in Capricorn MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild-"Floating Weeds" [Yasujiro Ozu] . Japanese, subtitles, 7&9. $1. Cinema ll-"Milky Way" [Luis Bunuel] Spanish, subtitles, 7&9, $1. Mediatrics-"Bonnie & Clyde" see 1 116. YPSILANTI Mud Cinema-"The Lion in Winter" see 1 116. MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffee House-Andy Cohén & Spider John Kerner, see 1 11 S. Bimbo's-Gaslighters, see 1115. Blind Pig-The Silk Purse, 9:30, $.50, classical. Chances Are-Great Lakes Express, 9pm, R&R. Del Rio-Live jazz. Mr. Flood's Party-Steve Newhouse, Loma Richards, and a host of A2 country stars, 9:30, $1. YPSILANTI Bimbo's-McKinney Cotton Pickers, 2-5pm, jazz. Burning Tree, see 1115. The Suds Factory-Old Time Movies. DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Luther Allison & Quartet, see 1112. Raven Gallery-Elizaheth Corrigan, see 1112 Watts Mozambique Lourrge-Kenny Burrell see 1111. Masonic Auditorium-Jazz '74 presents: Donald Byrd, Bobbie Humphrey, The Black Birds, & Margie Joseph. 8pm, Tickets: $7.50, $6.50, $5.50 at Hudson's, Grinnell's, White's Records, and Masonic box office. EVENTS ANN ARBOR Planetarium Show, see 1116. Womeñ's Community Center Organizing Skills Workshop, sec I116.