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What's Happenin'

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Day
28
Month
March
Year
1975
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THE FOURTH ANNUAL HASH BASH, une of Ann Arbor's claims to fame as well as your basic toke down will smoke out the diag once again this April Fool's Day. The yearly event seems to happen spontaneously when the winter weary cannabis consumers of the área convene to inhale the herbal high. There'll be additional fun this year as the pi iends Road Show presents the Underwear Oiympics along with the antics of the Peachy Cream Production Company. So come out and get a buzz on with a few thousand other people . . . THE MAD MADONNAS, an original production which celebrates the forward, positive movement of wonien through mprovisation. dance and song will be presented at the Halfway inn al Easl Quad. spm Friday March 28. Donations will be $2.00, and all proceeds go tö the Joanne Little Defense Fund. THE MURDER OF FRED HAMPTON. a documentary film is part pf an evening alsu featuring speakers sponsored by the National Lawyers Guild, Ann Arbor Chapter. Friday, April 4th in room lOOof Hutehins Mail, U of M Law School. JULIÁN BOND, one oi the more inspiring figures on the politica] chessboard wiil speak on "Changing the Color of Politics," at Pease Auditorium, Tuesday April 4. GIL SCOTT-HERON. poet, novelist, and jazz singer, author of "The Revolution Will Not Bc Televised," comes to Ann Arbor on Election Night Monday, April 7, at the Michigan Union Ballroom, a la Friends of the Ann Arbor SUN. Shows are at 8:00 and 10:30, advance tickets are on sale for S4.00;see the back page for ticket outlets. Election results will be announced during the event. GET OUT THE VOTE AND DANCE is the theme of a 7-hour boogie at the Union Ballroom, Sunday, April 6. The all-star cast for the evening in order of appearance is: Big Daddy G and the Nightrain, Iris Bell, The Silvertones, Diamond Rio, Mojo Boogie Band and The Rabbits. The event is a non-parlisan rally to get out the vote, and all 3 Mayoial candidates will be invited to speak. Admisión is S2.5O for the entire evening (you can come and go as you like). The show starts at 5pm ... ANN ARBOR MUSIC includesa visit from hoinetown boy Bob Seger with liis Silwer Bullet Band at Chances Are along with Lightnin' I uesday April 1 ... The Music of I atm America with Suni Paz in concert at M1.B 3, 8pm, Sunday March 30. presented in conjunction with Latín Americans in gle Colloquium . . . And in Ypsi look out tor Skip (formcrly of TeeCïarden and) VanWinkle :it Ypsi Bimbo's Wednesday April 9 . . . Pease Auditorium is the site for the EMU Jazz Ensemble's performance Tliursdav April 3. Kom. DETROIT ÁREA MUSIC headlines alto saxophonist Sonny Stitt al Watts Club Mozambique hiday and Saturday March 28 & 2l) . . . Robín Trower, formcr Proco) Harum puitarist. plays llie Masonic Friday and Saturday March 28 & 2(' ... The Above Average White Band is at Ford Auditorium Friday March 28 . . . Odetta, the Tirst lady of folk' visils the Raven Gallery, Friday March 28 through Slinday March 30 ... Maria Muldaur sings at Henry Ford Community College Friday April 4 ... It 's worth a trip to {'ast Lansing for the appearance of Chick Corea and bis formidable Return to Forever ensemble Tuesday April 1 and Thursday April 3 ... FLICKS: New World Film Co-op brings us tvvo Kurt Vonnegut films. both at the Nat. Sci. Auditorium. Slaughterhouse 5 on Tuesday. April 1 , at 7 & 9pm, and From Time to Timbuktu on Tuesday April 2 at 7 & 9pm . . . Malcolm X, a powerful documentary film is at the MLB 3 April 2 at 7:15 & 9pm . . . Feilini's Satyricon runs the A2 Film Co-op's Aud A in Angelí Hal! Tues April 8 ... and for a real y uk check out Reef er Madness and the Cocaine Comedy, Friday April 1 1 at MLB 4. THE WONDER TUBE pulls off another of its amazing feats when Rock Concert presentí. Ji mi Hendrix alive and well in your living roum Friday April 4 at lam, Channel 7.