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23
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May
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1975
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Moon in Scorpio May 23, 1838: By this date, the entiie Cherokee Nation had to vacate their lanJs on the Atlantic seaboard and go live west of the Mississippi - ot be forcibly removed. May 23. 1934: Bonnie ft Clyde ambushed. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "Doublé Indemnity" (Bilty Wilder) 7:30 & 9:30, $1 Cinema II: "The Caine Mutiny" 7:30 & 9:30 New World Film Co-op: "Scarecrow" wAt Pacino 7 & 9, MLB3, $1 .25 DETROIT Detroit FilmTheatre III: "Lucia" (Humberto Solas) 7 & 9:45pm, $2 (students $1.50) EAST LANS1NG UA8SE presents "Future Shock" and "Reefer Madness" showing 11-5pm in the Union Lounge. MSU campus MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark CoHeehouse: Lydia Dropkin and Bill Vanaver, 9pm, $2.50, folk Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters, 6pm, 50i, ragtime Bimbo's on the HUI: QSS, 9pm, no cover, r&r Blind Pig: Workman's Blues Band, 9:30pm, $1 blues Chances Are: Masquerade. 9:30pm, $1.50 students, $2 others, r&r Heidelberg: David Tamulevich, 9pm, no cover, folk Hill Lounge: New Lightnin' Red Blues Trio, 9:30pm,S1, blues Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Copland, Johnston Blues 8and,9:30pm, $1, blues Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, 9:30pm, $1 .50. bluegrass Rubaiyat: We The People, 9:30pm, no cover Community High School'sJAZZ ENSEMBLE SPRING CONCERT, 8pm at Community High, 401 N. División, 50rf VPSILANTI Bimbo's: Curtís Hotf lash, 9pm, $1 .50, r&r Huron Hotel & Lounge: Stone Front, 9pm, SI acoustic guitar The Suds Factory: Gabriel, 9: 30pm, $1, r&r DETROIT Bakei's Keyboard: Gabor Szabo Quartet, 9:30, 1 1 : 15 Si 1am, $3.50, jazz Poor Women's Paradise Coffeehouse: Dee Merrick, 9pm-midnight, $1.50, jazz singer Raven Gallery: Steve Martin, 9:30pm, $4 Red Carpet Lounge: Prism, 9pm-2am, r&r Watts Club Mozambique: Ronnie Dyson, 9:30 pm, S3.50, jazz singer RAST LANSING Lizard's: Mojo Boogie Band, 9:30pm, S1 The Stables: Lauri Jacobs, 3 shows beginning at 10pm, SI. 50 TV 8:00pm: Live Broadcast of the Ozone Parade Cable 3 8:00pm: Who's On First? (special! Hour-long documeniary explores the past and present status of women in sports. Ch. 7 1:00am: Rock Concert with Rtfry Gallagher, Electric Flag, Robert Klem and Steeleye Span, Ch. 7 I EVENTS ANN ARBOR Lecture on "Ayurveda Astrology" (Indian Science of Medicine) by Dr. Thakkur. 7:30 pm in Kuenzel Lounge, Michigan Union. Free US-China People's Friendship Association of Ann Arbor presents a program on "China and the World Food Problem" ncluding a slide presentation on People's China and a talk by James Coates. 7:30pm in the Union Ballroom, U of M People's Bicerjtennial Committee of Correspondence is presenting a 3-day conference centered around developing issues for the 3rd Continental Congress, which will take place next f all. Begins with a talk by Ted Howard, author of "Voices of the American Revolution." 8pm in the Pendelton Library in the Michigan Union Roscoe Cadillac presents the 2nd annual MEMORIAL MADNESS PARTY (4 days - 623-26) with a corn roast wü music by Deluxe. Tickets $5 (ticket holders only) in Irish Hillsoff US12. For inforrnation cali 467-201 1. Beach Close By Babysitting at the CCC, 7pm-1am, 75hour, 663-4392 YPS1LAM1 Caligan Merge, contemporary dance company, will perform at 8pm in EMU's McKenny Union, free. Sponsored by EMU's Dance Dept. DETROIT Greek Festival on the Detroit Riverfront at 6th St., the first ethnic festival of the 1975 summei schedule. This year the festivals are part of Detroit's official bicentennial celebration and red, white & blue mini-buses will shuttle visitors between Cadillac Square and the festival site. I STLANSIN(, Players' Gallery presents "Promises Promises" in the new Union Ballroom Theatre. Tickets $2.50 general admission, $1 .50 for students Moon ín Scorpio then in Sagittarius 6:52pm May 24, 1870: Ynes Enriquetta Julietta Mexia botanist, w lioso most intense field work in Mexico & South America was done when she was well past the age of 50 and who discoveied more than 200 exotic new species of plants, including the Mimosa mexiae, nametl in her honor, born. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "The Postman Always Rings Twice" (Tav Garnett) 7:30 & 9:30pm, $1 New World Film Co-op: "Scarecrow" see 523 DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre III: "Richard III" (Laurence Olivier) 7 & 9:45pm, $2 (studénts$1.50) MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffeehouse: Lydia Dropkin and Bill Vanaver, see 523 Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters, see 523 Bimbo's on the Hill: QSS, see 523 Blind Pig: Workman's Blues Band, see 523 Chances Are: Masquerade, see 523 Depot House: Gemini, 9pm, free, folk Del Río: live folk music, 2-4pm, free WBMMËÈ=X continued from page 27 Heidleberg: David Tamulevich, see 523 Hill Lounge: New Lightnin' Red Blues Trio, jee 523 Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Copland, Johnston Blues Band, see 523 PreUel Bell: RFD Boys, see 523 Rubaiyat: We The People, see 523 One Flight Up Productions presents TRIBE and the amazing SILVERTONES, 8pm-2am at the Schwaben Hall (high atop the old Primo Showbar) $2, beer YPSÍLANTI Bimbo's: Curtís Hottlash, see 523 Hurón Hotel & Lounge: Stonefront, see 523 The Suds Factory ; Gabriel, see 523 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: Gabor Szabo Quartet, see 523 Poor Women's Paradise Coffeehouse: Barb Haggert and Eve Wanda, 9pm-midnight, $1.50, contemporary folk Raven Gallery: Steve Martin, see 523 Red Carpet: Prism, see 523 Watts Club Mozambique: Ronnie Dyson, see 523 WA8X presents Under the Stars: the new Miles Davis Band and the Eleventh House featuring Larry Coryell. 6:30pm at Baldwin Pavillion, Oakland University, Rochester, Ml. Tickets $5, 4, 3.50 and 3 (lawni availabte at Hudson's, White's Reocrds and the Music Saloon in Pontiac. More info: 377-3580 EAST LANStNG Lizard's: Mojo Boogie Band, see 523 The Stables: Lauri Jacobs, see 523 TV 1 1 30pm: Nightmare Theatre - "The Phantom of the Opera," Ch.9 1 :30am: TV2 Late Show - "Romeo and Juliet" Ch. 2 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Local Motton's Win-A-Bike Happening! 12-3pm on the Diag (U of M campus) with Juggler (Jim Newton) and Mime (Perol. At 3pm young people from Clonlara will piek the winner of a 10-speed Gitane Bicycle. 2nd prize is a used 3-speed bicycle. Bring music, food, poetry. Raffle tickets (50) will be sold on the diag the day of the Happening. People's Bicentennial Committee Conference presents a series of lectures on consumer interests, nuclear energy, environment, etc. 9am in the Public Library. Then 1 :30-5:30 there will be several workshops on nuclear energy, environmental control, economy, youth liberation and more in Modern Languages Building. At 8pm in Pendleton Library (Michigan Union) there witl be a film titled "The Emerging Women" (by feminists) followed bv a mime troupe. MEMORIAL MADNESS PARTY in Insn huis, see 523 Sabysitting at the CCC, 7pm-lam, ee 523 DETROIT Greek Festival on Detroit Rtverfront, see 523 EAST LANSING Playert' Gallery presents "Promises Promises" see 523 Full Moon (Eclipse 0:51am) in Sagittarius May 25, 1974: The National Organization for Women holds its seventh national conference in Houston, Texas, with the theme of "You Can 't Stop NOW". May 25: African Freedom Day - "People of África Unite; you have nothing to lose hut your chains, you have a continent to regain." May 25: African Liberation Day - Annual demonstrations by Blacks in North America and the Caribbean against imperialism and in support of African liberation struggles. MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters, see 523 Blind Pig: Golliard Brass Ensemble, 9pm-midnight, S1 (downstairs) classical Chances Ar: Sonic's Rendezvous Band (former members of MC5, Rationats, Ughtntn' and DETROIT) 9:30pm (3 sets) $1 .50 studenu, $2 ethers, r&r Del Rio: jazz at 4pm, f ree Deoley's: Acoustic rock & blue, 8-1 tpm, free Mr. Flood's Party: Startight on the Rails, 9:30pm 754. c&w Lightnin' Red Btuss Band wilt play at the 308 Gattery {308 Ashley) beginning at 4pm the Gaia Opening of Deborah Vanko's Paintings & Polyester Resin Objects. YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Curtis Hotf lash, see 523 EMU & CKLW Radio present a Summer Celebration with Santana and special guest stars Peter Frampton's Camel and Lynyrd Skynyrd, 12 noon at EMU's Rynearson Stadium. Tickets $7 in advance only at all Hudson's, Grinnefi's, EMU McKinney Union, Huckleberry Party Store (Ypsi), Ann Arbor Music Mart or by mail order to P.O. Box 447, Walled Uke, Mt. 48088. A Barnboo Production DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: Gabor Szabo Quartet, see 523 Poor Women's Paradise Coffêehouse: live jazz 2-5pm, $1.50 Raven Gallery: Steve Martin, see 523 Red Carpet: Prism, see 523 Watts Club Mozambique: Ronnie Dyson, see 523 EAST LANS1NG The Stables: Larry Coryell, 2 shows at 8:30 & 1030pm, jazz TV 3:00pm: L'chaim - To Life (special) - 90minute. prize-winning documentary tracing the Jewish struggle throughout the last 400 years. Ch. 7 7:30pm: CBS News Special: "The Ups and Downs of Henry Kissinger." Ch. 2 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Siddha Yoga Dham presentsa SAPTAH (a long session of dancing and chanting! in honor of Swami Muktananda's'67th birthday. 3-8pm at Friends Meeting House, 1420 Hill, 9945625. People's Bicentennial Committee Conference will take place in the Main Meadow of Nichols Arboretum and will begin with an Ecumenical Service by Bill Peltz, PBC Midwest Coördinator and lay minister. Then a bag lunch and more. DETROIT Greek Festival on the Detroit Riverfront, see 523 fIMMNMKI2é Moon in Sagittarius May 26, 1 848: Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty, protocol, was signed to guarantee the Chicano civil, politica), roligious, and property rights. The original treaty was attered or deleted by the L'.S. Congress - the U.S. signed the protocol, but has ingrtored it. MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pkj: Blue Monday with Boogie Woogie Red. 9:3Opm, $1 (dovwmtairs) blues Chances Are: Mojo Boogie Band, 9:3Opm, $1 students, $1.50 others, r&r Mr. Flood's Party: Bryan Lee Blues Band, 9:30pm, 75, blues Pretzel Bell: Diamond Rio, 9:30pm, $1,cosmic c&w VPSILANTI Bimbo's: Curtís Hotflash, see 523 The Suds Factor: Angel, 9:30pm,,$1, r&r DETROIT Red Carpet: Sonic's Rendezvous featuring Fred 'Sonic' Smith (MC5) with Scott Morgan (Rationals) 9pm-2am, r&r EAST LANSING The Stables: Ellen Mcllwaine, 3 shows nightly, countrif ied rockfolk TV 8pm: Special of the Week: "The Modern Jazz Quartet - Stephane Grappelli" (jazz improvisation with a liberal infusión of blues) Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR MEMORIAL MADNESS PARTY in Irish Hills, see 523 DETROIT Greek Festival on the Detroit Riverfront, see 523 Moon in Sagittarius then in Capricorn 0:32am May 27, 1878: An Act of the U.S. Congress sanctions "Indian Pólice". MOVÍ ES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Repulsión" (Roman Polanski! 7 & 9pm, $1 .25 Cinema Guild: "Underworld" (Josef von Sternberg) silent, 8pm, free MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Melodioso, 9:3Opm, $1 (downstairs) Latín jazz Chances Are: Brainstorm, 9:30pm, S1 students, $1 .50 others, r&r Mr. Flood's Bryan Lee Blues Band, see 526 Pretzel Bell: Grievous Angels, 9.30pm, $1, hot country rock YPS1LANT! Bimbo's: Curtís Hotflash, see 523 The Suds Factory: Angel, see 526 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard; George Benson Quartet, 9:30, 11:15 & 1am, $3.50, jazz Raven Gallery: Gamble Rogers, 9:30pm, $3, musician, vocalist, storyteller Red Carpet: Sonic's Rendeavous, see 526 Cobo Arena: Aerosmith and Wishbone Ash, 8pm, S5.50 tickets only stitl available at Cobo Arena. Steve Gtantz Production EAST LANSING The Stables: Ellen Mcllwaine, see 526 TV 10:30pm: Soundstage with Donovan and Dave Mason, Ch.56 ' , EVENTS ANN ARBOR Wounded Knee Support Group Meeting at 7:30pm, 4th floor Michigan Union. Open to all interested, for fui ther info cali Rita at 769-3184 DETROIT The Earth Center Lecture Series presents Bob Zurow speaking on "Health Secrets Through the Ages," 7:30pm in the Earth Center Ballroom, free msms&mn Moon in Capricorn May 28, 1 87 1 : Last resistance of the Paris commune crushed. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "King of Hearts" 7 & 9pm (Aud. B), $1 .25; "Knife in the Water" (Roman Polanski) 7 & 9pm, $1.25 Cinema Guild: "Frantic" (Louis Malle) 7:30 & 9:30pm, $1 YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Camelot" 6:30 & 9:30pm, $1 (EMU students, staff and faculty only) MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffeehouse: Hoot Níght, 9pm, 754 Bimbo's on the HM: QSS, 9pm, no cover, r&r Blind Pig: Wolf J. Flywheel, 9:30pm, $1 (downstairs) jazz Chances Are: Brainstorm, see 527 Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Bryan Lee Blues Band see 526 Pretzel Bell : Diamond Rio, 9:30pm, $1 , c&w YPSILANTl Bimbo's: Tim Hazel and Brush Creek, 9pm, $1.50, r&r The Suds Factory: Angel, see 526 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: George Benson Quartet, see 527 Raven Gallery: Gamble Rogers, see 527 Red Carpet: Ace High featuring Jim McCarty (Rockets) and Rusty Day (Cactus) 9pm2am, r&r Cobo Arena: Aerosmith and Wishbone Ash, see 527 EASTLANSING The Stables: Ellen Mcllwaine. see 526 TV 9:00pm: Stalin - a documentary biography of Joseph Stalin, Ch. 56 EVENTS DETROIT WWWW-fm presents Poor People's Concert featuring Aerosmith, 12-1am TOLEDO, OHIO The Toledo University Chapter of the t.P.C. is bringing Jane Fonda to the Toledo University Student Union Auditorium at 7pm, $1 donation; a benefit for the I.P.C. More info: 476-4685 or 536-4101 TNASDflSZf Moon in Capricorn then in Aquarius 9:11am MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Spellbound" (Alfred Hitchcock) 7 & 9prn, $1 .25 YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Camelot" see 528 continued on page 30 PIH1 ff HBlífflP continued from page 29 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the HUI: QSS, see 528 Blind Pig: Eagle Ridin' Papa, 9.30pm, $1 (downstairs) blues Chances Are: Brainstorm, see 527 Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Mike Smtth and His Country Volunteers, 9:30pm, 75d, c&w Preuel Bell: RFD Boys, 9:30pm, $1.50, bluegrass YPS1LANTI Bimbo's: Tim Hazet and Brush Creek, see 528 The Suds Factory: Angel, see 526 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: George Benson Üuartet, see Raven Gallery: Gamble Rogers, see 527 Red Carpet: Ace High, see 528 EAST LANSING Silver Dollar (formerly the Brewery): Pure Prairie League, 9pm, tickets $4, acoustic & electric country rock The Stables: Ellen Mcllwaine, see 526 MSU Auditorium: Ebony Productionspresents Rufus, Mandrill, Parliament, Fundadelics TV 8:00pm. Experimental Tneatre Festival tape replay - "Sunshine & Smiles" by the Friends Road Show, Cable 3 9:00pm: Experimental Theatre Festival tape replay - "Metamorphosis" by California State University, Cable 3 Moon n Aquarius May 30, 1938: Memorial Day Massacre - Chicago MOVIES ANN RBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Carnal Knowledge" (Mike Nichols) MLB3, 7 & 9, $1 .25; "Wait Until Dark" (Terence Young) MLB4, 7:15 &9:15.$1.25 Cinema Guild:,"How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman" (Nelson Pireira dos Santos) 7:30 & 9:30pm, $1 New World Film Co-op: "Harold & Maude" 7& 9pm (Nat. Scü $1.25 DETROIT Cass City Cinema: "The Lady Vanishes" (Alfred Hitchcock) 7 & 9:30pm, $1.60 Detroit Film Theaue III: "Mean Streets" (Martin Scorsese) 7 & 9pm, $2 (students $1.50) MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffeehouse: Norman Blake, 9pm $2.50, folk Bimbo's Ann Arbor. Gaslighters, 6pm, 504 ragtime Bimbo's on the Hill: QSS, see 528 Blind Pig: Reunión, 9:30pm, $1 , jazz Chances Are: Brainstorm, 9:3Opm, $1.50 students, $2 others, r&r Heidelberg: David Tamulevich, 9pm, no cover, folk Golden Falcon: live entertainment Hill Lounge: Ambush, 9:30pm, $1 Mr Flood's Party: Grievous Angels, 9:30pm $1 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 529 Rubaiyat: We The People, 9:30pm, no cover YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Tim Hazel & Brush Creek, see 528 Huron Hotel & Lounge: Stonefront (tentativa) 9pm, SI, acoustic guitar The Suds Factory: Angel, see 526 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: George Benson Quartet, see 527 Poor Women's Paradise Coffeehouse: Ellie Keilman, 9pm-midnight, $1 .50, feminist folk Raven Gailery: Gamble Rogers, see 527 Red Carpet: Ace High, see 528 Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Staton, 9:30 pm, $3.50, jaz singer Olympic Stadium: Taurus Productions pre, sents Rufus featuring Chaka Kahn, Mandrill, Kool & the Gang, Funkadelics and Parliaments, 8pm. Tickets $4.50, 5.50 & 6.50 at Hudson's, Grinnell's & Olympia B.O. EAST LANSING The Stables: Ellen Mcllwaine, see 526 TV 10:O0pm: ABC News Closeup (special) "The CIA" - an in-depth look at the CIA, what t does, how it functions and a historical perspective of what it has done since íts inception in 1947. Ch. 7 12:00 midnight; Nightmare Theatre - "The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas" Ch. 9 1:00am: Rock Concert with Focus, U.F.O. and New Birth,Ch. 7 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Theatre Company of Ann Arbor presents an original production of Mad Madonnas, especially for and about women, 8pm at Schlorling Auditorium in the School of Education Building. Community High School Cake Decorating Show, 2-6pm at CHS, 401 N. División Babysitting at the CCC, 7pm-1am, 75hour, 663-4392 YPSILANTI EMU Ptayers present "6 Rms Riv Vu," a Broadway comedy by Bob Randall, 8pm in Quirk Auditorium, EMU campus. Admission $2.50, tickets on saie at Quirk Aud. B.O. DETROIT Irish Festival on the Detroit Riveffront at 6th Street Detroit Bicentennial Dance Festival Concert wilt feature 10 of the area's most outstanding dance ensembles. 8:3Opm at Music Hall Center, 350 Madison Ave. Tickets $4, 3 & 2 available at Hudson's, the Detroit Communitv Music School (831-2870) and at Music Hall Box Office SfflVRIHU3l Moon in Aquarius then in Pisces 8:33pm May 31,1 779: George Washington orders Gen. Sullivan to wipe out the Iroquois from the face of the earth ■ not to be mercly overrun, but deitroyed." MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "High Sierra" (Raoul Walsh) 7:30&9:30pm, $1 Indochina Peace Campaign Film Series: "McCabe & Mrs. Míller" (Roben Altman) 7:15 & 9:30pm; "Jeremiah Johnson (Sydney Pollack) 7:30 & 9:30pm (MLBI New World Film Co-op: "Harold & Maude" see 530 DETROIT Cass City Cinema: "House of Fear" (Roy W. Neill) with Sherlock Holmes 7 & 9:30pm, $1.50 Detroit Film Theatre III: "A Condemned Man Has Escaped" (Robert Bresson) 7 & 9pm, $2 (students$1.50) MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffeehouse: Norman Blake, see 530 Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters, see 530 Bimbo's on the Hill: QSS, see 528 Blind Pig: Reunión, see 530 Chances Are: Brainstorm, see 530 Del Rio: live folk music, 2-4pm, free Heidelberg: David Tamulevich, see 530 Goiden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Grevious Angels, see 530 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 529 Rubaiyat: We The People, see 530 YPSILANT1 Bimbo's: Tim Hazel & Brush Creek, see 528 Huron Hotel & Lounge: Stonefront, see 530 The Suds Factory: Angel, see 526 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: George Benson Quartet, see 527 Poor Women's Paradise Coffeehouse: Music Festival, 6pm-midnight Raven Gallery; Gamble Rogers, see 527 Red Carpet: Ace High, see 528 Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Staton, see 530 EAST LANSING The Stables: Ellen Mcllwaine, see 526 Erickson Kiva, MSU - Chuck Mangione Quartet, 7:30 & 10pm. Tickets $4 avaiiable at Marshall Music and Elderly Instruments, E. Lansing TV 1 :00pm: The Champions - timely coverage of the greatest amateur sporting events across the world; featuring the best in boxing, swimming, track and field and more. Ch. 4 continued on page 32 continued from page 31 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Theatre Company of Ann Arbor presentí Mad Madonnas, see 530 Free Learning Seminar with L. Ron Hubbard, 3pm at 203 E. Ann (bet. 4th & 5th Ave.) 668-61 1 3 for more info. Babysitting at the CCC, 7pm-1am, see 530 YPSILANTi EMU Players present "6 Rms Riv Vu," see 530 DETROIT Irish Festival on the Detroit Riverfront Detroit Bicentennial Dance Festival Concert at Music Hall, see 530 siiii i Moon n Pisces MOVIES ANN ARBOR Indochina Peace Campaign Film Series: "McCabe & Mrs. Mitler" and "Jeremiah Johnson," see 531 New World Film Co-op: "Harold & Maude" see 530 MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffeehouse: Norman Blake, see 530 Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters, see 530 Chances Are. Brainstorm, see 530 Del Rio: jazz at 4pm, free Doolev's: acoustic rock & blues, 8-1 1pm, free Mr. Flood's Party: Tim Carr, 9:30pm, 75 c&w YPS1LANTI Bimbo's: Tim Hazel & Brush Creek, see 528 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard. George Benson, see 527 Raven Gallery: Gamble Rogers, see 527 Red Carpef. Ace High, see 528 Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Staton, see 530 Cobo Arena: DYNAMITE! 7:30pm, tickets $7.50, 6.50, 5.50 & 4.50 at Hudson's, Grinnetl's, and Cobo Box Office. Masonic Auditorium: Jazz Untimited with Donald Byrd, 8pm. Tickets $7.50. 6.50, 5.50 at Masonic Box Office Showcase Theatre (formerly the Eastown): WABX presents Kraftwerk with special guests Les Variations and Brataxis, 8pm, reserved tickets $4 & 5 available at Showcase Box Office ancj Hudson's. A Brass Ring Productipn BOWLING GREEN, OH1O Perry Stadium, Bowling Green Cultural Boosl presents the Poe Ditch Music Festival, 12 noon, with Johnny Winter and special guests Golden Earring and Montrose. Also appearing: Richie Havens, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Pure Prairie League and Outlaws. Tickets $8 in advance, $10 at the gate. Available at all Hudson's and Grinnell's stores. A Ross Todd Production TV 2 OOpm: Stalin - a documentary biography of Joseph Stalin. Ch. 56 6-30pm: Spectel of the Week - "The World's Worst Air Crash - The Avoidable Accident?" Program will investígate the story of the Turkish OC-10 disaster last Maren. Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Potter's Guild Spring Sale, 9am-3pm, 210 Hill DETROIT Irish Festival on the Detroit Riverfront. f8Eliiil Moon in Pisces MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "Tol'Able David" Henry King) silent, 8pm, $1 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Blue Monday With Boogie Woogie Red, 9:30pm, $1 (downstairs) blues Chances Are: Hot Foot Highway, 9:30pm, $1 students, $1 .50 others, r&r Mr. Flood's Party: Skunk Misery String Band, 9:30pm, 75 Pretzel Bell: Diamond Rio, 9:30pm, $l,c&w YPSILANTI The Suds Factory: Magie Daze, 9:30pm, $1 r&r DETROIT Red Carpet: Party Night Jam Session, 9pm-2am Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Staton, see 530 Moon in Pisces then in Aries 9:02am MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "400 Blows" (Trauffaut) 7&9pm,Si.26 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Melodioso, 9:30pm, $1 (downstairs) Latín jazz Chances Are: Rob Tyner's Fireworks, 9:30pm, $1 .50 students, $2 others, r&r Mr. Flood's Party: Gemini, 9:30pm. 754 Pretzel Bell: Grievous Angels, 9:30pm, $1 , hot country rock YPS1LANT! The Suds Factory: Magie Daze, see 62 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: Michael Urbaniak Quintet, 9:30, 11:15 & 1am, $3.50, jazz Raven Gallery: Gamble Rogers, 9:30pm, $3 Red Carpet: Party Night Jam Session, 9pm-2am Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Staton, see 530 TV lO-.OOpm: Soundstage - Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea, Ch. 56 EVENTS DETROIT The Earth Center Lecture Series presentí Btll Manning, speaking on "Easy Gardening & the Stamina System," 7:3Opm in the Earth Center Ballroom, free. "Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope," a heart and soul musical, wilt be playing at Music Hall Center, 8:30pm. Tickets $6.50, 5.50, 4.50 avaiiable at Hudson's, Grinnell's, Sear and Music Hall B.O. or cali 963-7680 IDSMteSDffiJll Moon in Artes MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "Portrait of Jason" (Shirley Clarke) 7:30 & 9:3Opm, $1 YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "They Shoot Horses Don't They?" 7&9:30pm, $1 MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffeehouse: Hoot Night, 9pm, 75 Bimbo's on the Hill: QSS, 9pm, no cover, r&r Blind Pig: All Directions (Ed Sugar'sband) 9:30pm, $1 (downsUurs), jazz Chances Are: Lightnin', 9;30pm, $1 students, $1.50 others, r&r Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Grievous Angels, 9:30pm, 754, country rock Pretzel Bell: Diamond Rio, 9:30pm, $1, c&w YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Tim Hazel & Brush Creek, 9pm, $1.50 r&r The Suds Factory : Magie Daze, see 62 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: Michael Urbnniak Quintet, see 63 Raven Gallery : Gamble Rogers, see 63 Red Carpet: Ace High, 9pm-2am, r&r Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Stanron, see 530 Olympia Stadium: Bad Company and Maggie Bell, 8pm. Reserved seats S6.50, 5.50 and 4.50 at Olympia, Hudson's, Sears and Grinnell's continued on page 34 continued from page 33 TV 9:00pm: "Metamorphosis" - tape replay of a performance by the California State University experimental theatre group. Cable 3 EVENTS DETROIT "Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope." is at Music Hall Center through June 22, see 63 Moon in Aires then in Taurus 8:19pm June 5, 878: Pancho Villa. Mcxican revolutionary, bom. June S, 1947: Sec. State Marshall proposes his plan to save Europcan capitalism. June 5, 1 973: Cardiss Collins becomes Illinois' first black congresswoman, receiving92% of the vote. MOVÍ ES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "The Ruling Class" (Peter Medak) 7 & 9:45pm, $1.25 YPSILANT1 Mud Cinema: "They Shoot Horses Oon't They?" see 64 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the HUI: QSS, see 64 Blind Ptg: Reunión, 9:30pm, $1 (downstairs) jazz Chances Are: Lightnin' see 64 Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Mike Smith & His Country Volunteers, 9:30pm, 75, c&w Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys. 9:30pm, $1.50, bluegrass YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Tim Hazel & Brush Creek, see 64 The Suds Factory: Magie Daze, see 62 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: Michael Urbaniak Quintet, see 63 Raven Gallery: Gamble Rogers, see 63 Red Carpet: Ace High, see 64 Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Stanton, see 530 TV 9:00pm: Black Journal - "Conspiracy." This special edition examines the possibility of conspiracy in the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. Ch. 56 12:00 midnight: Ellen Mcllwaine, rocksinger and.guitarist, is one of the guests. Ch. 9 9:00pm: "Sunshine & Smiles" - tape replay of a performance by the Friends Road Show. Cable 3 EVENTS DETROIT "Don't Bother Me, 1 Can't Cope," see 63 M009 in Taurus MOV I ES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "Les Creatures" (Agnes Varda) 7:30&9:30pm, $1 New World Film Co-op: "Dr. Zhivago" 8pm only (ML83) S1.25 DETROIT Cass City Cinema: "Requiem For A Heavyweight" (Ralph Nelson) 7 & 9:30pm, $1.50 Detroit Film Theatre III: "Au Hasard Balthazar" (Robert Bresson) 7 & 9pm, $2 (students $1.50) MUSIC ANN ARBOR ===MIÜMÍ Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters,6pm, 504, ragtime Bimbo's on the Hitl: OSS. see 64 Blind Pig: Daddy G & Express, 9:30pm, $1 Chances Are: Lightmn', 9:30pm, $1.50 students, S2 others, r&r Hektelberg: David Tamulevtch, 9pm, no cover. folk Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Ftood's P3rty: Melodioso, 9:30pm, $1.50, Latín jazz Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 65 Rubaiyat: We The Peopie, 9:30pm, no cover Babysitting at the CCC, 7pm-1am, 75hour, 663-4392 VPS1LANTI 8imbo's: Ttm Haarel & Brush Cf eek, see 64 The Suds Factory: Magie Oaze, see 62 DKTROIT Baker's Keyboard: Mjchael Urbaniak Quintet, see 63 Raven Galiery; Gamble Hogers, see 63 Red Carpet: Ace High, see 64 Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Stanton, see Masonic Auditorium: Benefit Concert with the Fífth Dimensión, Spm EVENTS YPSILANTÍ EMU Players present "Oh Oad, Poor Dad, Mornma's Hung You in the Closet and ('m Feeling so S3d." 8pm in Quirk Auditorium, EMU campus. Tickets S2.50 on sale at Quirk Auditorium DETROIT Sfovak Festival on the Detroit Riverfront at 6th Street "Don't Bother Me, i Can't Cope'., at the Music Hall. Matinee 2pm ($6.50, 5.50 and 4.50! and 8:30pm performance (S7.50, 6.50, 5.50) see 63 for more info Moon in Taurus MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema Guild: "Red Beard" Akira Kurosawa) 8pm only, $1 New Worfd Fitm Co-op: "Serpico" 7 & 9:1 5pm MLB3, $1.25 DETROIT Cass City Cinema: "Destry Ftides Again" (George Marshall! 7 & 9:3Opm, $1.50 Detroit Film Theatre til: "Day for Night" (Francais Truffauti 7 & 9pm, $2 (students $1) MUS1C ANN ARBOR Btmbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters, see66 Bimbo's on the HUI: QSS, see 64 8lind Pig: Daddy G & Express, sec 66 Chances Are: Lightnin', see 66 Oei Rio: live folk music, 2-4pm, free Heidelberg: David Tamuievich, see 66 Golden Falcon: live entertainment Mr. Flood's Party: Melodioso, see 66 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, ses 65 Rubaiyat: "We The People" see 66 VPS1LANTI Bimbo's: Tim Hazel & Brush Creek, see 64 The Suds Factory: Magie Daze, see 62 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard: Michael Urbaniak Quintet, see 63 Raven Gallery : Gambte Rogers, see 63 Red Carpet: Ace High, see 64 Watts Club Mozambique: Dakota Stanton, see 530 EVENTS ANN ARBOR A Children's Free Health Fair (for children under 8) 1 tam-4pm at the Children's Commonity Center, 317 N. Seventh Vision and hearing assessments, immunizations, physicals, nutritional and dental assessmems, lab tests and referrals for free foltowup care. Day care and ref reshments provided. iAlso Sunday 1-4pml YPSILANTI EMU Ptayers present "Oh Dad, Poor Dad..." see 66 DETROIT Slovak F estival on the Detroit Riverfront "Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope," see 66