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17
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July
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1975
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Wedncsday 16 Moon in Libra then in Scorpio 3:24am MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "The King of Hearts" or "Beatles Festival" 7 & 9, $1.25 Summer Fim Showcase: Art, Crafts - "Stained Glass: PaintingWith Light" (20min); "In Praise of Hands" (27 min); "Full Circle: The Work of Dor is Chase" (10 min); "Inheritance" (43 min); "Kinetic Art in Paris" (27 min) 7pm, MLB3, free Children's Film Festival (at Border's Book Shop): "Norman the Doorman"; "Gallery"; "The Red Balloon" , 4-5pm , free YPS1LANII Mud Cinema: "Straw Dogs" wDustin Hoffman and Susan George, 7:30 & 9:45pm, $1 (EMU students, staff and faculty only) MUSIC ANN ARBOR The Ark Coffeehouse: Hoot Night, 8:30pm, 50, folk Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, 9pm, no cover, r&r Blind Pig: Reunión, 9:30pm, $1 (downstairs) jazz Chances-Are: Radio King & His Court of Rhythm, 9pm, $1 00-S1 .50, funky r&r Golden Falcon: DJ 00 Soul, 9:30pm, SI , soul Loma Linda: JB & Co., 9:30pm, no cover, top 40 Mr. Flood's Party: Eric Glatz, 9:30pm, 75, blues Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys. lOpm, $1 .50, c&w Hill Lounge. Shades of Blue, 9:30pm, $1 , rock Barbara Cook headlines a Broadway Mustc Show at 8 30 pm in Hill Aud., Ann Arbor. YPSILANTI Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, 9pm, no cover Pease Auditorium: EMU Concert ot Chamber Music for cello and piano, 8prn, free Casd Nova: Brightside, 9pm, no cover, folkrock UI TROIT& SUBURBS The Atrium: Matt Michaels wUrsula Walker, 9pm, no cover, jazz Baker's Keyboard: Les McCann, 9:30pm, $4 af ter 9pm, jazz Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, 9pm, no cover Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, 9:30pm, n6 cover Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, 9pm, $1, soul Filling Station Lounge: Chuck Christian & Co., 9:30pm, no cover Golden Coach: Showcase, 9pm, no cover Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinson, 10:30pm, 12:30, soul Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, 7pm, no cover, pianist The Library: Riot, 9:15pm, r&r Mad Anthony's: Debbie Duncan & the Jazz Padres. 9:30pm, $1 cover after 10pm, jazz Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, 9pm, no cover. Salsa rock, dancing Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyman Woodard Organization, 9pm. no cover, jazz The Raitroad Corssing: Casey Anderson, 9;30pm, no cover, country folk Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, 9:30, 10:30. $3, musical comedy Red Carpet Lounge: Mordecai, 9pm-2am, r&r Redwood Lounge: Jef & the Atlantics, 9pm. no cover The Roostertail: John Amore,7pm, no cover Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack, 9pm, no cover, r&r Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1 , r&r Union Street: Michael Monihan, 9:15pm, no cover, folk Watts Club Mozambique: Roy Brooks. 10:30, 11:45, 1am, 84, jazz Pine Knob: Carpenters with Skiles and Henderson, 8pm, tickets $7.50, 5. at Pine Knob Maynard Ferguson is the July star band at P"Jazz 6-10 pm on the terrace of Hotel Pontchartrain José Riojas combo, 1 1 :30 am at Kennedy Square TV 10:00pm: "Henry Kissinger: Foreign Policy Address" (special) Ch. 56 12:00m: Isadóra (1969) Vanessa Redgrave stars in biographical film of Isadora Duncan, Ch.9 EVEIMTS ANN ARBOR Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Hotel Baltimore" 8pm, U of M Mendelssohn Theatre, tickets: 763-1085 Ann Arbor Street Art Fair and Free Arts Festival and State Street Art Fair, 10am-10pm. On S. University, E. University. N University, Main, Liberty and Maynard. For a schedule of events see the back page of the special Art Fair Section M&M Productions present "The Fantasticks" play by Harvey Schmidt and Torn Jones at Campus Inn. 12:30 luncheon $7, 7pm dinner $10. Info: 769-2200. 665-8221 Women and Revolution: Toward a Communist Women's Movement. A six part weekly class presented by the Spartacus Youth League. Class II: "Socialist Feminism" 7:30pm in the Conference Room, 342 Michigan Union DKTROIT Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" dir. by Woodie King Jr., 8:30pm at the Fisher Theatre. Tickets $8.50, 7.50, 6.50. Info: 873-4400 ALLLNDALE, Ml National Poetry Festival thru 719. Readings, workshops, discussions, poetry events, exhibitions, film, music, dance, theatre. All Festival events $50. Write for bulletin: Nat'l Poetry F est., Grand Valley State Colleges, Allendale, Ml 49401 Thursday 17 Moon in Scorpio MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Go West" (Buster Keaton) silent, 7, 8:45 & 10:30pm, $1 .25 Summer Film Showcase: Children's films - "Me and You Kangaroo" (18 min); "Mar - ble" (9 min); "Watch Out For My Plant" (14 min); "Tehou Tchou" (15 min); "Free to be You and Me" (42 min) 7pm, MLB3, free YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Straw Dogs," see 716 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Mili : Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Daddy G 8t Express, 9:30pm. $1 , r&b Chances Are: Radio King, see716 Golden Falcon: Athens Express, 9:30pm, $1, Greek Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Mike Smith and his Country Volunteers, 9:30pm, 75, c&w Pret2el Bell: RFD Boys, 9pm, $1 , c&w Rubatyat: Decades of Decisión, 9:30pm, no cover Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, see 716 Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 DETROIT & SUBURBS The Atrium: Matt Michaels wUrsula Walker, see 716 Baker's Keyboard: Les McCann, see 716 Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 716 Bistro Redford: Larry Labute, 9pm, no cover, contemporary jazz pianist Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, see 716 Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see 716 Filling Station Lounge: Oíd Buck, 9:30pm, no cover Firebird Lounge: Sky Lady, 9pm, no cover, r&r Golden Coach: Showcase, see 716 Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinson, see 716 Henry's Place; Don McKenzie, see 716 The Library: Riot, see 7Ï6 Mad Anthony's: Debbie Duncan & the Jazz Padres, see 716 Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, see 716 Ocies: Eternity & the Harmoniques of Soul, 10pm,S2after 10pm, soul Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyman Woodard Organization, 9pm, $1 .50, jazz The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, 9:30, $1. country folk Raven Gallery : Muledeer and Moondogg Medicine Show, see 716 Red Carpet Lounge: Mordecai, see 71b Redwood Lounge: Jeff and the Atlantics, 9pm, no cover The Roostertail: John Amore, see 716 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack (r&r) and Fusión Unlimited (soul), 9pm, no cover Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, see 716 20 Grand-Driftwood Lounge: The Impressions and the Natural Four, 11 pm, soul Union Street: Russ& Paul,9:15pm, no cover, folk Watts Club Mozambique: Roy Brooks, see 716 Pine Knob: Carpenters, see 716 R.F. B.F. rock & soul, 7pm Thur. Collingwood 1 2th & Woodrow Wilson. EVENTS ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Street Art Fair and Free Arts Festival, see 716 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "You're a GoodMan Charlie Brown" 8pm at the Theatre, 201 Mulholiand. $2 "The Fantasticks" at Campus Inn, see 716 ' Arborland Theatre Under the Mali presents "Feiffer ín the Flesh" bv Roadside Theatre, 8:30pm, and "The Servant of Two Masters" by Cario Goldoni Michigan Repertory '75 presents "The Rivals" 8pm at Mendeissohn Theatre, 763-1085 for info "The Janitors" play at U of M Res. College, East Quad, 8pm, $2.50 general public, $2 students with ID More info: 761-7831 ■ DETROIT ] "What the Wine SeHers Buy" at Fisher Theatre, see 716 j Hilbury Summer Theatre presents "Man of La Mancha" musical tale of Don Quixote, 8pm Cassat Hancock : ALLENDALE, MI National Poetry Festival, see 716 Friday 18 I Moon in Scorpio then in Sagittarius 8:21am j July 18, 1972: Thiee muckleshoot fishermen airested near the Cedar River for fishing with ! a gillnet. as was their right under federal treaty. State fisheries agents seized the In dians' boat, nets and motor. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema II: "City Lights" (Charlie Chaplin) 7:30 & 9:30, $1 Summer Film Showcase: Self Identity and Renewal - " Joshua in a Box" (6 min) ; "Stop in the Marshland" (30 min); 'Teil Me Where It Hurts" (78 min) 7pm, MLB3, free DETROIT Cass City Cinema: "The Wild One" with Marión Brando, 7, 9. 11pm. $1.50 i MUSIC ANN ARBOR , Bimbo's on the Mili: Sneak Preview, 9pm, no cover, r&r I lilMNMR Blind Pig: All Directions, 9:30pm, $1 , jazz Chances Are: Radio King & His Court of Rhythm, doors open 8pm, $1 .50-2.00, funky Golden Falcon: Headwind, 9:30pm, $1, jazz rock Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Eric Glatz, 9:30pm, $1, blues Pretzel Bell: RFDBoys, see 716 Rubaiyat: Decades of Decisión, see 717 The Heidleburg: Mustards Retreat, 9pm, no cover, folk Hit) Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPS1LANT1 Bimbo's: Red Eye Express, 9pm, r&r Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, see 716 Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 DtTROIT & SUBURBS The Atrium: Man Michaels wUrsula Walker, see 716 Back Seat Saloon: Goldrush, 9pm, 50, funk Baker 's Keyboard: Les McCann, 9:30pm, S3 50, jazz Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 716 Bistro Redford: Larry Labute, seë 717 Bobbte's Lounge: Rockwood Drive, 9pm, $1 , rock Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, see 716 Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, 9pm, $2. contemporary pop Earth Center: Steve Maruga, 9pm, $1, azz Ethel's Cocktail Lounge: The Mod Impressions, 9:50pm, r&b Fitting Station Lounge; Old Buck, 9:30pm, $1 Firebird Lounge: Sky Lady, 9pm, 50, r&r Golden Coach: Showcase, 9pm, no cover Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinson, see 716 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 716 Jazz West: Spanky Wilson, 2:15am, S4 TheLibraiy: Riot, see 716 Mad Anthony's: Mobils wDoris Dusept, 9:30, $1 after 10pm, rockblues Moby Dick Lounge: Armenian music with belly dancer, 9pm, no cover Ocie's: Eter nity & the Harmoniques of Soul, 10pm, S2 after 10pm, soul Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyrman Woodard Organization, see 717 The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, see 716 Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, see 716 Red Carpet Lounge: Mor decaí, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, 8:30, $1 The Roostertail: John Amore, 9:3Opm, no cover Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack (r&r) and Fusión Unlimited (soul) 9pm, $1 after 9pm Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1 .50, r&r 20 GrandDriftwood Lounge: The Impressions and the Natural Four, see 717 Union Street: George Heritier, 9:15, no cover, folk Watts Club Mozambique: Roy Brooks, see 716 Meadowbrook: Marian McPartland Trio, 8:30, Tickets: pavillion $7, 6, 5; lawn $3 by writing Meadowbrook B.O., P.O. Box 705, Oakland University, Rochester, Mi 48063 Pine Knob: Carpenters, see 716 Úrsula Walker sings with the Brookside Jazz Ensemble for 6-9 Fri. on the terrace of Hotel Ponchartrain. One Washington Blvd. Bob Durant Stage Band, 7:30 pm Fri., O'Shea Center, 15810 Capital. EAST LANSING Lizard's: Springer Mountaín, 9:30pm, 75 country rock Silver Dollar Saloon: Skin, 9:30, $1 , r&r TV 12m: "War of the Wortds" (1953) scifi, Ch. 9 1 :OOam: Rock Concert wLinda Ronstadt. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Steve Martin and John Hartford 'Ch. 7 EVENTS NN ARBOR Ann Arbor Street Art Fair and Free Arts Festival, see 716 Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Hotel Baltimore" see 716 Ann Arbor Cívíc Theatre presents "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" see 717 "The Fantasticks" at Campus Inn, see 716 Arbor land Theatre Under the Mali presents "Feiffer in the Flesh" and "The Servant of Two Masters" see 717 "The Janitors" at East Quad, see 71 7 U of M Dancers present an evening concert of original choreography titled "Empidadaes in Minor Sun" at 8pm in Schlorling Aud.- School of Educ!, S1 8t the door. More info 764-6273. Workshops on "Women- Identified Women" - a rare opportunity for women from all races, reJigious, & educational & social backgrounds to identify & discuss the pressing issues concerntng women today. Keynote Address- by Margaret Sloan, 8pm at Helen Droy Aud., Wayne State. Workshops-Sat. 9am-5pm, Student Center Bldg., Wayne. Sponsored by Wayne County Community College, so-sponsored by Center for Black Studies. WSU. More info 832-5500, ext. 335. Childcare at the CCC 7pm-1am, 75hour, 6634392 DETROIT People's China Expo - handicrafts, maps, photos, im-9pm WSU Comm. Arts Bldg., Cass at Kirby What the Wine Sellers Buy" at the Fisher Theatre, see 716 Afro-American Ethnic Festival 6-10pm on the Detroit riverfront. Evening concert features The Sound of Detroit Orchestra, Tribe, Carolyn Crawford.and the Lyman Woodard Organization. Hilberry Theatre presents "Man of La Mancha" see 71 7 ALLENDALE. Ml National Poetry Festival, see 716 Saturday 19 Moon in Sagittarius July 19, 1848: lst Women's Rights Convention, Séneca Falls, N.Y. July 19, 1936: Spanish Revolution begins. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema II: "The 39 Steps" (Alfred Hitchcock) 7:30 & 9:30, $1 DETROIT Cass City Cinema: "On the Waterfront" wMarton Brando, shows at 7,9 & 1 1pm, $1.50 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: All Directions, see 718 Chances Are: Radio King and his Court of Rhythm, see 718 Del Rio: live folk music 2-4pm, no cover Golden Falcon: Headwind, see 718 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Eric Glatz, see 718 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Rubaiyat: Decades of Decisión, see 717 The Heidelburg: Mustards Retreat, see 718 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Red Eye Express, see 718 Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, see 716 Ypsi Free Concert 2-6pm at Riverside Park Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 DETROIT The Atrium: Matt Michaels vwUrsula Walker. see 716 Back Seat Saloon: Gold Rush, see 718 Baker's Keyboard: Les McCann Quartet, 9:30, $3.50, jazz Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 716 Bistro Redford: Larry Labute, see 717 Bobbie's Lounge: Rockwood Drive, see 718 Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, see 716 Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, 9pm, $2. pop Earth Center: Steve Booker, see 718 Ethel's Cocktail Lounge: The Mod Impressions, see 718 Fitting Station Lounge: Old Buck, see 718 Firebird Lounge: Sky Lady. see 718 Golden Coach: Showcase, see 718 Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four, see 716 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 716 Jazz West: Spanky Wilson, see 718 The Library : Riot. see 716 Mad Anthony's: Mobils wDoris Dusept, see 718 Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, see 717 Ocie's. Eternity and the Harmoniques of Soul, see 717 Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyman Woodard Organization, see 717 The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, see 716 The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, see 716 Rapa House Concert Cafe: Open jam session, 2am, $1, jazz Red Carpet Lounge: Mordecai, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 718 The Roostertail: John Amore, see 718 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack (i&r) and Fusión Unlimited (soul), see 717 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, see 718 Topper Cocktail Lounge: Johnny Van Duo, see 718 20 Grand-Driftwood Lounge: The Impressions and the Natural Four, see 717 Union Street. George Hentier, see 718 Watts Club Mozambique. Roy Brooks, see 716 Pine Knob:Carpenters, see 716 I AST LANSING Lizard's: Springer Mountain, see 718 Silver Dollar Saloon: Skin. see 718 TV 2:30pm: Secrets of the Deep - "Under the Polar Seas" a look at the differences and inhabitants of the North and South Poles. Ch. 7 6:00pm: Jazz is Alive and Well - "Chuck Miller Quintet" Ch. 56 9:00pm: At the Top - "The Modern Jazz Quartet and Stephane Grappelli". French jazz fiddler recorded during his first American tour in 20 years. Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Street Art Fair and Free Arts Festival, see 716 Workshops on "Women-ldentified Women", see 718 U of M Dancers present an evening concert, see 718. Michigan Repertory '75 presents "The Rivals" see 717 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" see 717 "The Fantasticks" at Campus Inn, see 716 "Ferffer in the Flesh" and "The Servant of Two Masters" at Arborland Theatre Under the Mali, see 717 "The Janitors" at East Quad, see 717 Childcare at the CCC. see 718 DETROIT Hilberry Theatre presents "Man of La Mancha" see 717 People's China Expo, see 718 "What the Wine Sellers Buy" 7 & 10:30pm at Fisher Theatre, see 716 Afro-American Ethnic Festival noon-10pm on the Detroit riverfront. Saturday afternoon concert features Griot Galaxy, Sam Sanders Quintet, Marcus Belgrave and the Gratiot Avenue Youth Band, Terry Pollard Trio featuring Benita Drake and Jimmy Wilkins Orchestra. Saturday evening concert features The Sound of Detroit Orchestra, Amalgamated Funk, Betty Lavette, Fito and Gaslight. ALLENDALE National Poetry Festival, see 716 continued on page 26 QlllGflPHi' continued from page 25 Sunday 20 Moon n Sagittarius then Capricorn, July 20, 1890: Kowa people were forbidden to perform the Sun Dance on the Washita Rivcr. MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Mili : Sneak Preview, see 716 Chances Are: Mojo Boogie Band, doors open 9pm $1.00-1.50, r&r Dooley's: acoustic rock and blues 8-1 1pm, no cover Golden Falcon: DJ 00 Soul, 9:30pm, $1 , soul Lorna Linda: Mixed Bag, 9:3Opm, no cover, jazz Mr. Flood's Party: Stoney Creek, 9:3Opm, 75i, bluegrass Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Ann Arbor Free Park Concert: 2-6pm featuring Radio King & nis Court of Rhythm, Grievous Angels, Aldebaron plus 1 band to be announced. At Victor Jara Musician's Park, F ulier Road Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 VPSILANTI Bimbo's: Red Eye Express, see 718 Rynearson Stadium: EMU & CKLW present a SUMMER CELEBRATION with Yes, Dave Mason, Peter Frampton and Ace. 12 noongates open at 10am. Tickets $8 available in advance at Hudson's, Grinnell's, EMU McKenny Union, Ann Arbor Music Mart. A Bamboo Production DETROIT Back Seat Saloon: David St. James, 9pm, no cover, folk Baker's Keyboard: Les McCann, see 71 7 Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 716 Dirty Helen's: Jazz Max. 4-8pm, $1 donation, 30 piece jazz band Ethel's Cocktail Lounge: The Mod Impressions, see 718 Filling Station Lounge:Old Buck, 9:30, no cover Firebird Lounge: Punch. 9pm, no cover, r&r Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four and Al Hutchinson, see 716 The Library: Riot, see 716 Mad Anthony's: Mobils wDoris Ousept, see 718 Ocie's: Eternity and the Harmoniques of Soul, see 717 The Railroad 'Crossing: Casey Anderson, see 716 The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer 8t Moondogg Medicine Show, see 716 Red Carpet Lounge-Mordecai, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jef f & the Atlantics, 9pm, no cover The Roostertail: John Amore, see 716 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack (r&r) and Fusión Unlimited (soul), see 717 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1 , r&r 20 Grand-Driftwood Lounge: The Impressions and the Natural Four, see 717 Union Street: Mary Foley, 9:15pm, no cover, folk Watts Club Mozambique: Roy Brooks, see 716 Pine Knob: Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger, 7:3Opm. Tickets $6, 4 at Pine Knob EAST LANS1NG Lizard's: Springer Mountain, see 718 Silver Dollar Saloon: Skin, see 718 TV 2:00pm: Music ot the People - "Pickin' and Slngtng", focus on the amateur bluegrass musicians who have a strong inf luence on the great popularity of the music today. Ch. 56 7:00pm: Other People, Other Places - "The Ageless Heart of Ethiopia" Ch. 9 7:30pm: Best of Evening at Pops - "Cole Porter Night with Bobby Short & Trio, Ch. 56 9:30pm: "The Life of Leonardo DaVinci," Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" "The Janitors" at East Quad, see 71 7 "Feiffer in the Flesh," 6:30 & 9:30 at Arborland Theatre Under the Mali, sse 717 DETROIT People's China Expo, see 718 "What theWine Sellers Buy" 3 & 7 at Fisher Theatre, see 716 Afro-American Ethnical Festival, noon-10pm on the Detroit riverfront. Sunday afternoon blues concert features Bobo Jenkins, Little Junior Cannady, Mack Collinsand Johnny Jones. Sunday night concert features Úrsula Walker & the Guerilla Jam Band Flea Circus downtown at the bottom of Woodward features arts, crafts, antiques and more than a few bargains. 1 1am-6pm Monday 21 Moon in Capricorn July 21, 1899: Emegl Hemingway bom. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Summer Film Showcase: Gymnastics, Dance: "Gymnastic Flashbacks" (10 min); "Olga" (47 min); "Ballet Adagio" (10 min); "Tour En L'Air" (50 min) MLB3, 7pm, free MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Blue Monday with Boogie Woogie Red, 9:30, $1 downstairs, blues Chances Are: Mugsy, doors open at 9pm, $1-1.50 r&r Golden Falcon: Ann Arbor Experimental Jazz Band, 9:30, $1, jazz Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Bob "Catf ish" Miller, 9:30, no cover Pretzel Bell: FtPD Boys, see 716 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Red Eye Express, see 718 DKTROIT & SUBURBS Back Seat Saloon: Oíd Buck, 9pm, no cover Filling Station Lounge: Chuck Christian & Co., 9:30, no cover Firebird Lounge: Punch, see 720 Golden Coach: Showcase, 9:30, no cover Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four and Al Hutchinson, see 716 The Library: Jinx, 9:15, r&r Mad Anthony 's: David & Roslyn, 9:30, $1 af ter 10pm,folk Pretzel Bowl: Ted Lucas, 9pm, no cover, folk rock The Railroad Crossing: Gene Rutledge, 9:30, no cover, folk Red Carpet Lounge: Harlow, 9pm-2am, r&r Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, 9pm, no cover Side Door Lounge: Fusión Unlimited,9pm, no cover, soul Union Street: Gemini, 9:15, no cover, folk Pine Knob: The Spinners with Minnie Riperton, 7:30pm, tickets $7-5 at Pine Knob EAST LANS1NG Lizard's: Stringbean Stringband, 9:30, Si, bluegrass TV 6:00pm: Music of the People - "An Ear for Bluegrass" Ch. 56 6:3Opm: Union in Space (special) Soviet "Soyuz Landing"Ch.7 10:30pm: Inner City Freeway InterchangeAfricans discuss the struggle for total líberation in África, Ch. 56 EVENTS DliTROIT "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 716 Tuesday 22 Moon in Capricorn July 22, 1934: John Dillinger shot in the back by FBI. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Midnight Cowboy" (John Schlesinger) 7 & 9, $1 .25 Sutnmer Film Showcase: Science and the Quality of Life: "But Is This Progress?" (51 min) ; "New Alchemists" (25 min); "Knowledge of Certainty" (52 min) MLB3, 7pm, free Wounded Knee Support Group presents films of struggle - "North American Indian III". Conditions on the Pine Ftidge Fleservation, the scène of Wounded Knee; "Song of Dead Warriors" a documentary about the occupation of Wounded Knee. 8pm, MLB1 , free Films about Wounded Knee will be shown at MLB1 inA2,722 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Píg: Oid Buck,9:30, $1, c&wr&b Chances Are: Star Castle, doors open 9pm, $1-1.50, r&r Golden Falcon: All Directíons, 9:30, $1, jazz Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Gemini, 9:30, no cover, folk duo Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Hill Lounge: Shadesof Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Hurón Hotel & Lounge: Stonefront, 9pm, no cover, r&r DETROIT & SUBURBS Back Seat Saloon: Steve Reynolds, 9pm, folk country Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, 9pm, no cover Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, 9pm, $1 , soul Filling Station Lounge: Chuck Christian& Co., 9:30, no cover Ftrebird Lounge: Punch, 9pm, no cover, r&r Golden Coach: Showcase, see 721 Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinson, see 716 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, 7pm, no cover, pianist The Library: Jinx, 9:15, r&r Mad Anthony's: David & Roslyn, see 721 ; Pretzei Bowl Saloon: Ted Lucas, see 721 The Railroad Crossing: Gene Rutledge, see 721 The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, see 716 i Red Carpet Lounge: Harlow, see 721 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 720 The Roostertail: Jubilee, 7pm, no cover, contemporary rock Side Door Lounge: Fusión Unlimited, see 721 Union Street: Jim Perkins, 9:15, no cover, folk Pine Knob: Andy Williams, 8pm, tickets $7-5 EAST LANSING Lizard's: Stringbean Stringband, see 721 Silver Dollar Saloon: Chopper, 9:30, no cover, r&r EVENTS DETROIT "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 716 Wednesday 23 Full Moon in Capricorn 0:28am then in Aquarius 0:57am MOVIES AiNN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "The King of Hearts" (Philippe de Broca) 7 & 9, SI .25 Summer Film Showcase: Sex Role Stereotyping - "Woman's Place" (52 min); "Mr. Tristata" (12 min); "Men's Lives" (43 min) MLB 3, 7pm, free Children's Film Festival (at Border's Bookshop): "Peter & the Wolf"; "A Fable" and "Bear Country" 4pm in the gallery, free. All ages welcome VPSILANTI Mud Cinema. "The Owl and the Pussycat" with Barbra Streisand and George Segal, 7:30 & 9:30pm, $1 (EMU students, staff and faculty only! MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Grievous Angels Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Synergy, 9:30pm, $1 , jazz Chances Are: Star Castle, see 722 Golden Falcon: DJ 00 Soul, see 720 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Stoney Creek, 9:30, 75, bluegrass Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Burningtree, 9pm, r&r Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, see 716 DETROIT & SUBURBS The Atrium: Matt Michales wUrsula Walker, 9pm, no cover, jazz Back Seat Saloon: Synergy, 9pm, jazz Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 722 Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, 9:30, no cover Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see 722 Filling Station Lounge: Chuck Christian & Co., see 721 Golden Coach: Showcase, see 721 Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinson, see 716 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 722 The Library: Riot, 9:15, r&r Mad Anthony's: Debbie Duncan & the Jazz Padres, see 716 Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, 9pm, no cover. Salsa rock & dancing Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyman Woodard Organization, 9pm, jazz The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, 9:30, no cover, country folk The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, see720 Red Carpet Lounge - Mordecai, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 720 The Roostertail: Jubilee, see 722 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack, 9pm, no cover, r&r Surf side Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1 , r&r Union Street: Michael Monihan, see 716 Pine Knob: Andy Williams, see723 EAST LANSING Lizard's: Pitcher Night Silver Dollar Saloon: Chopper. see 722 EVENTS ANN ARBOR The Students' International Meditation Society - Introductory Lecture on Transcenden tal Meditation 2pm & 8pm at the Henderson Room, 3rd floor Michigan League. More info: 761-8255 Women and Revolution: Toward a Communist Women's Movement. Presented by the Spartacus Youth League. Class III: "Women's Liberation and the Russian Revolution" 7:30 in the Conference Room 342 Michigan Union EVENTS DKTROIT "What theWine Sellers Buy" see 716 Thursday 24 Moon in Aquarius July 24, 1898: Amelia Earhart, first woman to fly solo aeross the Atlantic, born. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Blow Up" (Michelangelo Antonioni) 7 & 9, $1 .25 Summer Film Showcase: Concerns of the Aging - "Replay" (8 min); "Aging" (22 min); "Kaymaker" (18 min);"0ld, Black & Alive" (20 min) ; "Greene Valley Grandparents" (10 min); "Peege" (28 min) MLB3, I 7pm, free YPSILANT1 Mud Cinema: "The Owl & the Pussycat" see 723 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's Ann Arbor: see 723 Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Twice Two, 9:30-10, $1, jazz Chances Are: Star Castle, see 722 Golden Falcon: Athens Express (Greek night) 9:30, $1 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Mike Smith & his Country Volumeers, see 717 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, 9pm, $1 , c&w Rubaiyat: Decades of Decisión, see 71 7 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Burningtree, see 723 Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, see 716 DETROIT The Atrium : Matt Michaels wUrsula Walker, see 723 Back Seat Saloon: Goldrush, 9pm, no cover, funk Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 722 Bistro Redford: Larry Labate, 9pm, no cover, contemporary jazz pianist Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, 9:30, no cover Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see 722 Fitting Station Lounge: Old Buck, 9:30, no cover Firebird Lounge: Punch, 9pm, r&r Golden Coach: Showcase, see 721 Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinsonsee 716 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie. see 722 The Library: Riot, see 723 Mad Anthony's: Debbie Duncan & the Jazz Padres, see 716 Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, see 723 Ocie's: Eternity and the Harmoniques, 10pm, $2 cover af ter 1 0pm Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyman Woodard Organization, 9pm, jazz The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, see 723 The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer and Moondogg Medicine Show, see 720 Red Carpet Lounge - Mordecai, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 720 The Roostertail: Jubilee, see722 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack (r&r) Fusión Unlimited (soul) no cover, 9pm Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, see 723 Pine Knob: Andy Williams, see 723 EAST LANSING Lizard's: Woodrose, 9:30, 50, r&r Silver Dollar Saloon: Chopper, see 722 TV 5:00pm: Union in Space (special) Apollo Splashdown, Ch. 7 8:00pm: Gladys Knight and the Pips, Ch. 4 EVENTS DETROIT "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 716 Friday 25 Moon in Aquarius then in Pisces 1 1 :59am MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Yellow Submarine" (George Bunning) 7, 8:45, 10:30pm, MLB4, $1.25 continued on page 28 MUHMT " "' H continued f rom page 27 Cinema II: "My Night At Maud's" (Ene Rohmer) 7:30 & 9:30,51.25 Summer Hlm Showcase: Mental Ability - "Claude" (3 min); "IQ Myth" (52 min); "Larry" (80 min) MLB3, 7pm, free MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's Ann Arbor: Gaslighters Bimbo'son the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Workman Blues Band, 9:30, S1 . blues Chances Are: Star Castte, doors'open 8pm, SI .50-2.00, r&r Golden Falcon: Headwind, see 718 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Stoney Creek,9:30. $1, bluegrass Pretzel Bell RFD Boys, see716 Rubaiyat: Decades of Decisión, see 717 The Heidleburg: Mustards Retreat, see 718 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Bcrningtree, see 723 Casa Nova: Bnghtside, see 716 Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, see 716 DKTROIT The Atrium: Matt Michales wUrsula Walker, see 723 Back Seat Saloon: Dave Alexander, 9pm, 50, folk Baker's Keyboard: Leon Thomas, 9:30, $3.50, jazz Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 722 Bistro RedforcJ: Larry Labute, see 724 Bobbie's Lounge: Rockwood Drive, 9pm, $1 , rock Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, see 723 Dirty Helen's Other Brothers Revue, 9pm, $2, pop Earth Center: Lonnie Smith, 9pm, S1, jazz Filling Station Lounge: Old Buck, 9:30, $1 Firebird Lounge: Punch, 9pm, 50, r&r Golden Coach: Showcase, 9pm, no cover Hemy's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinson, see 716 Henry's Place. Don McKenzie, see 722 Jaz2 West: Spanky Wilson, 2:15am, $4 The Libraiy: Riot, see 723 Mad Anthony's: Mobils wDoris Dusept, see 718 Moby Dick Lounge: Armenian music with belly da neer, 9pm, no cover Ocie's: Eternitv and the Harmoniques. see 724 Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyman Woodard Organization, 9pm, SI .50, jazz The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, 9:30, $1.50. country folk The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, see 722 Red Carpet Lounge Mordecai, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, 8:30, $1 The Roostertail: Jubilee, 9:30pm, no cover Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack (r&r) and Fusión Unlimited (soul) 9pm, $1 after 9pm Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1 .50, r&r Topper Cocktail Lounge: Johnny Van Duo, 8:30pm, no cover 20 Grand-Driftwood Lounge: Solomon Burke Trio and Al Hudson & the Soul Partners, 11pm, soul Union Street: George Heriter, 9:15, no cover, folk Watts Club Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, 10:30, 11 :45, lam, $5, jazz Pine Knob: Andy Williams, see 723 EAST LANSING Lizard's: Woodrose, 9:30, 75, r&r Silver Dollar Saloon: Chopper, 9:30, $1, r&r TV 1 :00am: Rock Concert with Roy Wood's Wizard, Red Bone, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Ch. 7 EVENTS YPS1LANT! EMU Sci-Fi Society is sponsoring a conference for teachers on Modern Science Ficiion at Hoyt Conference Center on EMU campus. A series of workshops, films on the teaching, writing and history of science f iet ion literature will occur. Anyone with an interest may attencl. More info: 769-8081 DliTROIT Bavarian Ethnic Festival (Harmonie Park) 1 0pm "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 716 Saturday 29 Moon in Pisces MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema II: "Shoot the Piano Player" (Francois Truffaut) 7:30 & 9:30, $1.25 Indochina Peace Campaign Film Series: "What's Up Doe?" (Peter Bogdanovitch) 7:30 & 9:30, MLB; "Last Picture Show" (Peter Bogdanovitch) 7:15 & 9:30, MLB MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's Ann Arbor: see 725 Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Workman Blues Band, see 725 Chances Are: Star Castle, see 725 Golden Falcon: Headwind, see 718 Lorna Linda: JB & Co, see 716 Mr Flood's Party: Stoney Creek, see 715 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Rubaiyat: Decades of Decisión, see 717 The Heidleburg: Mustrads Retreat, see 718 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPS1LANTI ' Bimbo's: Burningtree, see 723 Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 Huron Hotel & Lounge: Express, see 716 Ypsi Free Concert: 2-6pm at Riverside Park DETROIT The Atrium: Matt Michaels wUrsula Walker, see 723 Back Seat Saloon: Dave Alexander, see 725 Baker's Keyboard: Leon Thomas, see 725 Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crovvd, see 722 Bistro Redford: Larry Labute, see 724 Bobbie's Lounge: Rockwood Drive, see 725 Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, see 723 Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see 725 Earth Center: Lonnie Smith, see 725 Filling Station Lounge: Old Buck, see 725 Firebird Lounge: Punch, see 725 Golden Coach: Showcase, see 721 Henry's Cocktail Lounge: The Fantastic Four & Al Hutchinson, see 716 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 722 Jazz West: Spanky Wilson. see 725 The Library: Riot, see 723 Mad Anthony 's: Mobils wDoris Dusept, see 725 Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, see 723 Ocie's Eternity & the Harmoniques, see 724 Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Lyman Woodard Organization, see 724 The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, see 724 The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, see 722 Rapa House Concert Cafe: open jam session 2am, S1 , jazz Red Carpet Lounge - Mordecai, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 725 The Roostertail: Jubilee, see 725 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack & Fusión Unlimited, see 725 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, see 725 Topper Cocktail Lounge: Johnny Van Duo, see 725 20 Grand-Driftwood Lounge: Solomon Burke, Al Hudson & the Soul Partners, see 725 Union Street: George Hertier, see 725 continued on page 30 continued from page 28 Watts Club Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, see 25 Pine Knob: Andy Wiliams, see 723 EAST LANSIN; Lizard's: Woodrose, see 725 Silver Dollar Saloon: Chopper see 725 TV 8:00pm: The Philadelphia Folk Festival with Bruce Cockburn, John Hartford, GambleRogers, Pappy Sherrill and Smiffy Jenkins Ch. 56 9:00pm: Special ot the Week - "Bonnie Rjitt and Paul Butler field," Ch. 56 9:00pm: Democratie National Telethon '75 theme "Tune In America" Ch. 7 1 1 :30pm: Democratie National Telethon '75 continued, Ch. 7 EVENTS YPSI1 ANTI EMU conference on Modern Science Fiction, see 725 DETROIT Iridian Ethmc Festival on the Detroit riverfront, Jefferson west of Cobo Hall, noon 10pm, Bavauan Ethnic Festival noon-1pmO, Harmonie Pui k "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 716 Sunday 27 Moon in Pisces MOVIES ANN ARBOR Indochina Peace Campaign Film Series "What's Up Doe?" and "Last Picture Show" see 726 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Chances Are: Shotgun, doors open 9pm, $11.50, funk Dooley's: acoustic rock & blues, 8-1 1 pm, no cover Golden Falcon: DJ 00 Soul, see 720 Loma Linda: Mixed Bag, 9:30, no cover, jazz Mr. Flood's Party: Skunk Misery String Band, 9:30, no cover Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Ann Arbor Free Park Concert: at Víctor Jara Musician's Park on Fuller Road with Dave Workman Blues Band, Sonar Eclipse Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Burningtree, see 723 DETROIT Back Seat Saloon: David St. James, 9pm, no cover, folk Baker's Keyboard: Leon Thomas, see 725 Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 722 Filling Station Lounge: Old Buck, 9:30, no cover Firebird Lounge: Punch, 9pm, no cover, r&r The Library: Riot, see 723 Mad Anthony's: Mobils wDons Dusept, see 725 Ocie's: Eternity & ihe Harmoniques of Soul, see 724 The Railroad Crossing. Casey Anderson,9:30, $1, country folk The Raven Gallery: Muiedeer & Moondogg Medicine Show, see 722 Red Carpet Lounge ■ Mordecai, see 716 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, 9pm, no cover The Roostertail: Jubilee, 7pm, no cover, r&r Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack, Fusión Unlimited, 9pm, no cover, r&r & soul Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1 , r&r Union Street: Mary Foley, see 720 EASTLANSINC Lizard's: Woodrose, 9:30, no cover, r&r Silver Dollar Saloon: Chopper, 9:30, no cover, r&r TV 7.00pm: Othei People, Other Places - "The Roaring Silence" Exotic Neapl, Ch. 9 7:30pm: Best of Evening at Pops "Chet Akins" Nashville's greatest, Ch. 56 9:30pm: "The Life of Leonardo DaVinci," Ch. 56 EVENTS DFTROIT Italian Ethnic Festival, see 726 Bavarian Ethnic Festival, see 726 Flea Circus downtown on Woodward, see 720 Monday 28 Moon in Pisces then in Aries 0:28am MOVIES ANN ARBOR Summer Film Showcase: Mind & Body "Lower Than the Angels" (52 min); "Day n the Life of Bonnie Consola" (17 min); "Mind Over Body" (49mm) MLB3, 7pm, free MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the HUI: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Boogie Woogie Red, see721 Chances Are: Shotgun, see 727 Golden Falcon: Ann Arbor Experimental Jazz Band, see 721 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Eric Glatz, 9:30, no cover, blues Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Burmngtree, see 723 DETROIT &SUBURBS The Atrium: Amy Jackson, 9pm, no cover, jazz pianist & singer Back Seat Saloon: Old Buck, 9pm, no cover Fitting Station Lounge: Chuck Christian & Co., 9:30, no cover Firebiid Lounge: Punch, see 727 Golden Coach: Box, 9:30, no cover, musical comedy The Library: Jinx, 9:15, r&r Mad Anthony's: David & Roslyn, 9:30, no cover, folk Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Ted Lucas, no cover, folk rock The Railroad Crossing: Gene Rutledge, 9:30, no-cover, folk vocalist Red Carpet Lounge - Harlow, see 721 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, 9pm, no cover Side Door Lounge: Fusión Unlimited, 9pm, no cover, soul Union Street: Gemini, 9:15, no cover, folk Watts Club Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, see 725 EAST LANSING Lizard's: Daddy Claxton Band, 9:30, no cover, country blues TV 7:00pm: The Boarding House - "Taj Mahal" Ch. 56 EVENTS DETROIT "What theWine Sellers Buy" see 716 Tuesday 29 Moon n Aries MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Torn Jones" (Tony Richardson) 7 & 9:30, $1 .25 Summer Film Showcase: Mexico - "Sentinels of Silence" (19 min); "Cortez and Montezuma: Conquest of an Empire" (52 min); "Rufino Tamayo: The Sources of his Art" (27 min) ML83, 7pm, free MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hifi: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Ann Arbor Experimental Jazz Band, 9:30, $1, azz Chances Are: Hotfoot Highway, doors open 9pm, $1-1.50, r&r Golden Falcon: All Directions, see 722 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Bob "Catfish" Miller, see 721 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANT1 Bimbo's: Burningtree, see 723 Huron Hotei & Lounge: Stonefront, see 722 D1TROIT The Atrium: Amy Jackson, see 728 Back Seat Saloon: Feather Canyon, 9pm, folk Baker's Keyboard: Leon Thomas. 9:30, $3.50. jazz Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, 9pm, no cover Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, 9pm, $1 , pop Filling Station Lounge: Chuck Christian & Co., see 728 Firebird Lounge: Punch, see 727 Golden Coach: Box, 9:30pm, no cover, comedy musical revue Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, 7pm, no cover, piano The Library: Jinx, see 728 Mad Anthony's: David & Roslyn, see 728 Pretzel Bowl Saloon: Ted Lucas, see 728 The Railroad Crossing: Gene Rutledge, see 728 Raven Gallery: Tommy Makem, 9:30pm7S3, Irish balladner Red Carpet Lounge-Harlow, see 721 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 728 Side Door Lounge: Fusión Unlimited, see 728 Union Street: Jim Petkins, see 722 Watts Club Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, see 725 KAST LANSING Lizard's: Daddy Claxton, see 728 Silver Dollar Saloon: Purlee, 9:30, no cover, r&r TV. 9:00pm: Nova - "The Lysenko Af fair". A dramatization of the 20 year conflict between classical geneticists and T.D. Lysenko's "barefoot scientists" that ended at the 1948 Lenin Academy Convention, Ch. 56 11 ;Q0pin: Interface - "Les McCann: Makin' It Real". Music & rap session with versatile composermusician Les McCann, Ch. 56 Wednesday 30 Moon in Aries then in Taurus 1 2:53pm MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "King of Hearts" (Philip de Broca) 7 & 9, $1 .25 Summer Film Showcase: Civit War - "Lincoln: Trial by Fire" (52 min); "Surrender at Appomattox" (52 min) MLB3, 7pm, free Children's Film Festival (at Border 's Bookshop): "Rabbit Hill" and "Harold & the Purple Crayon" 4pm in the galtery, free. All ages welcome YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Dirty Harry" with Clint Eastwood, 7:30 & 9:30pm, $1 (EMU students, staff and faculty only) MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Daddy G & Express. 9:30, $1, r&b Chances Are: Whiz Kids, 9pm, $1-1.50, blues r&r Golden Falcon: DJ 00 Soul, see 723 Lorna Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Ene Glatz, see 716 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Burningtree, see 723 Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 Huron Hotel & Lounge: old movtes (Beatles, etc.) DETROIT &SUBURBS Back Seat Saloon: Steve Reynolds, 9pm, folk country Baker's Keyboard: Leon Thomas, see 729 Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 729 Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, 9:30pm, no cover Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see 729 Filling Station Lounge: Chuck Christian & Co., see 728 Golden Coach: Box, see 728 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 729 THE Library: Riot, 9:15, r&r Mad Anthony's: Debbie Duncan & Jazz Padres, see 716 Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, 9pm, no cover. Salsa rock & dancing The Railroad Corssing: Casey Anderson, 9:30, $1 , country folk Raven Gallery: Tommy Makem, see 729 Red Carpet Lounge-Holy Smoke, 9pm-2am, r&r Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 728 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack, 9pm, no cover, r&r Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1, r&r Union Street: Michael Monihan, see 716 Watts Club Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, see 112b EAST LANSÍNG Lizard's; Pitcher Night Silver Dollar Saloon. Purlee, see 729 TV 830pm: "The Bluegrass of Cabbage Crik" Ch. 56 10 :30pm. Caught in the Act - "Jonathan Edwards" playing guitar and harmonica and singing lead vocal, Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Women and Revolution: Toward a Communist Women's Movement. presented by the Spar tacus Youth League. Class IV: "Women in China" 7:30pm n the conference room 342 Michigan Union Thursday 31 Moon in Taurus Juty 31, 1945: Potsdam Agreement, surrender of Japanese troops in Indochina to Kuoniin tang troops in noith and British in south. July 31, 1959: US-Diem dique sets up "prosperity zones." concentración camps in South Vietnam to combat giowing peasant resistance. MOVÍ ES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: 'West Side Story" {Robert Wise & Jerome Robbins) 7 & 9:45. $1.25 Summer Film Showcase: Chitdren's Films - "Arrow to the Sun" (12 min); "Case of the Elevator Ouck" (17 mm); "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" (20 min) ; "Where Shouid a Squirrel Live?" (11 min); "Dr. Seuss on the Loóse" (25 min! MLB3. 7pm, free YPS1LANTI Mud Cinema: "Dtrty Harry," see 730 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo'son the Hit! : Sneak Preview, see 716 Blind Pig: Synergy, see 723 Chances Are: Whiz Kids, see 730 Golden Falcon: Athens Express, see 724 Lorna Lmda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: Mike Smith & his Country . l Volunteers, see 717 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 724 Rubaiyat: Decades of Decisión, see 71 7 Hilt Lounge: Shades of Bluesee 716 YPSILANTI Bimbo's: Burnmgtree, see 723 Casa Nova: Brightside, see 716 DETROIT &SUBURBS Back Seat Saioon: Gold Rush, 9pm, funk Baker's Keyboard: Leon 7 homas, see 729 Beau J's Lounge: Three's a Crowd, see 729 Bistro Redford: Larry Labute, 9pm, no caver, contemporary jazz pianist Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio. see 730 Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see 729 FiMmg Station Lounge: Old Buck, 9:30, c&w Firebtrd Lounge: Punch, 9pm, r&r Golden Coach: Box, see 728 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 729 The Library: Riot, see 730 Mad Anthony's: Debbie Duncan & Jazz Padres, see 716 Moby Otck Lounge: Fito, see 730 The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, see 730 Raven Gallery: Tommy Ma kern, sse 729 Red Carpet Lounge-Holy Smoke, see 730 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, ee 728 Side Door Lounge: Mac Flack, see 730 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: 1 Band, see 730 Union Street: Ruas & Paul, see 71 7 Watts Cfub Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, see 725 EAST LANSiNG Lizard's: Streetnoise, 9:30, 504. blues Silver Dollar Saloon: Purtee, see 729 Friday 1 Moon in Taur us then in Gemini 1 1 :02pm August 1, 1917: tWWorganizer Frank Little lynch ed. August 1, 1946: Peoptes coalition in Athens, Tenn. takes control of local govemment after corrupt etections. August 1, 1954: 75,000 maren ín Saigon to celébrate Geneva Agreement that end French colonialkm. MOVÍ ES ANN ARBOR Summer Film Showcase: Stress and Coping - "Tup, Tup" (9 min); "Asylum" (95 min) MLB3, 7pm, free DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre: "The Middle of the World" (Alain Tanner) 7 & 9:15pm, $2 Students with ID SI. 50 Musie ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Chances Are: Whiz Kíds. Spm. $1.50-2 00. bluesr&r Golden Falcon: Headwind. see 718 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party : live entertainment 9:30 Pretzet Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 I Rubaiyat: Decades óf Decisión, see 71 7 ! The Hetdleburg: Mustards Retreat, see 718 Hili Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 ; VPSILANT1 I Casa Nova: Brighrside. see 716 ; DETROIT & SUBURBS Back Seat Saloon: Ken & Riek Stollman,9pm, 50é, country rock Baker's Keyboard: León Thomas, see 729 ! Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 729 Bistro Redford: l.arry Labute, see 731 Bobbie's Lounge: Rockwood Drive, 9pm, $1 , r&r j Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, see 730 Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see 729 Filling Station Lounge: Old Buck, see 731 I Fírebird Lounge: Punch, see 730 i Golden Coach: Box, see 728 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 729 i The Library: Riot, see ?30 I Moby Dick Lounge: Armenian music wth belly dancer, 9pm, no cover i The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, 9:30, ' $1.50, country folk : Raven Gallery: Tommy Makem, see 729 Red Carpet Lounge-Hoty Smoke, see 730 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 728 I Side Door Lounge: Mack Flack, see 730 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: I Band, 9pm, $1 .50, r&r i Topper Cocktail Lounge: Johnny Vao Duo, 8:30pm, no cover Union Street:' Jeff Fisk, 9:15, no cover, folk J Watts Club Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, 725 ! Cobo Arena: Black Sabbath with Leslie West, 8pm, Tickets $7.50, 6.50 reserved seats. A Bamboo Production j Masonic Auditorium: Barry Mainlow, 8pm, ticket? $6.50, 5.50 reserved seats. A Steve Glantz Production l Meadowbrook; Preservation Hall Jazz Band, 8:30pm. Tickets: Pavillion $7, 6, 5. Lawn $3 available by writing Meadowbrook B.O., P.O. Box 705, Oakland University, Rochester. Ml 48063 ! Pine Knob: Fifth Dimensión with the Dells, 8pm, Tickets $7-5 at Pirte Knob EAST LANS1NC. Lizard's: Street Noise, see 731 i Silver Dollar Saloon: Purlee, see 729 EVENTS ANN ARBOR 1 Consumer Cooperative Alliance Conference (3 i days) witl begin witb an opening address by Ralph Nader, 8pm at Hill Auditorium and will feature speakers from established coops as well as young co-ops. This year's conference is committed to devetoping a national consumer cc-op movement. The CC AC sesstons will beat Bursley Hall, North Campus except for the opening speeches. For further info about registration or a copy of the program, contact David Fnedrichs (NASCO) at 663-0889 f" - ' "" -■■--■■-- ■ ii ... ' ChHdcare at the CCC, 7pm-1am, 75hour, 6634392 DETROIT Ukranian Etbnic Festival 6-1 Opm on the Detroit RtveHront, Jef ferson wwest of Cobo Hall Saturday 2 Moon in Gemini August 2, 1903: Frontier ivoman Calamity Jane dies. August 2. 1924: James Balduin boni. August 2, 1965: 6.000 Marines uspported by 100 aircraft raid región of Quang Nsm province, h muir cd s of women capturcd and systcmatically raprd. MOVIES DITRO1T Detroit FilmTheatre: "City Lights" (Charles Chaplin) 7 & 9pm, $2, students $1.50 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's on the Hill: Sneak Preview, see 716 Chances Are: Whiz Kids, 8pm, $1 .50-2., r&r Golden Falcon: Headwind, see 718 Loma Linda: JB & Co., see 716 Mr. Flood's Party: live entertainment 930 Pretzel Bell: RFD Boys, see 716 The Heidleburg: Mustards Retreat, see718 Hill Lounge: Shades of Blue, see 716 YPS1LANTÏ Casa Nova: Bnghtside, see 716 Ypsi Free Concert: 2-6pm at Riverside Patk DETROIT Back Seat Saloon. Ken & Riek Stollman, see 81 Baker's Keyboard: Leon Thomas, see 729 Beau J's Lounge: Three's A Crowd, see 729 Bistro Redford: Larry Labute, see 7731 Bobbie's Lounge: Rockwood Drive, see 81 Bob & Rob's Lounge: Lenore Paxton Trio, seft 730 Dirty Helen's: Other Brothers Revue, see729 Filling Station Lounge: Old Buck, see 731 Firebird Lounge: Punch, see 730 Golden Coach: Box. see 728 Henry's Place: Don McKenzie, see 729 The Library: Riot, see 730 Moby Dick Lounge: Fito, see 730 The Railroad Crossing: Casey Anderson, see 81 Raven Gallery: Tommy Makem, see 729 Rapa House Concert Cafe: Open jam session, 2am, S1 Red Carpet Lounge-Holy Smoke. see 730 Redwood Lounge: Jeff & the Atlantics, see 728 Side Door Lounge: Mack Flack, see 730 Surfside Cocktail Lounqe: I Band, see 81 Topper Cockoil Lounge: Johnnv Van Duo, see 81 Union Stieet: Jeff Fisk, see 81 Watts Club Mozambique: Gloria Lynn, see 725 Pine Knob: Fifth Dimensión & the Dells, see 81 I S! I ANSIN; Lizarrt's: Streetnoise, 9:30, 754, blues Silver Dollar Saloon: Purlee, see7.'29 TV 6pm: The Life of Leonardo Da Vmci, Ch. 56 8pm: Thé Philadelphia Folk Festival with Arlo Guthrie, Patrick Sky.'Alistair Anderson, the Buffalo Gals, Bruce Cockburn, Martin Carthy.Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Consumer Cooperative Alliance Conference, see 81 Chilcicaie at the CCC. see81 DETROIT Ukraman Ethnic Festival noon-IOpm, see 81