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30
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July
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1975
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Moon in Aries then in Taurus 12:53pm sun r. 5:12 sun s. 7:00 MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "King of Hearts" (Philip deBroca) 7 & 9, $1.25 Children's Film Festival: "Ftabbit Hill" and "Harold & the Purple Crayon" 4pm in the gallery at Border's Bookshop. S. State. Free, all ages welcome Summer Film Showcase: Civil War - "Lincoln: Trial by Fire" (52 min); "Surrender at Appomattox" (52 min) MLB3, 7pm, free YPSILANT1 Mud Cinema: "Dirty Harry" with Clint Eastwood, 7:30 & 9:30pm, $1 (EMU students, staff and faculty only) CONCERTS DETROIT P'Jazz with the Austin-Moro Band, 6pm, Pontchartrain Hotel outdoor terrace, Washington Blvd. at Larned Pine Knob: Chicago, SOLD OUT TV 12:30pm: Issue - Guest is playwright and author Ron Milner. Topic: "What Color Should Theatre Be, in order to be Relevant?" Ch. 7 1 :00pm: AmistadFriendship. This first in a series of eight programs takes a look at the people, the problems and thejifestyle of Detroit's Latino community, Ch. 7 8:30pm: "The Bluegrass of Cabbage Crik" Ch. 56 9:00pm: Theatre in America presents "June Moon," an American comedy classic. The central theme includes the violation of innocence and the madness of pop music, Ch. 56 10:30pm: Caught in the Act - "Jonathon Edwards" playing guitar, harmonica and singing lead vocal, Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Class series: Women & Revolution - Toward a Communist Women's Movemem, presented by the Spartacus Youth League. Class IV: "Women in China," 7:3Oprn in the conference room 342 Michigan Union. More info: 665-6070 Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Candida" by George Bernard Shaw, 8pm at Mendelssohn Theatre, UofM campus. Tickets $4 front orch. & bale, $2.50 rear orch. & rear blac. available at Hudson's (Detroit, Briarwood) or Central Travel & Tickets (Toledo) POETRY READING with Andrew Carrigan and Anselm Holló at Another Art Gallery? 8pm, 121 W.Washington Intermission Players present Woody Allen's "Don't Drink the Water" 8pm at Little Theatre, Pioneer High School Michigan Repertory '75 presents songs and scènes from its fortheoming product ion of "The Canterbury Tales" at noon in the Pendleton Arts Center, Michigan Union ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents the hit musical "The Sound of Music" tor 10 days. For reservationsor info: 517-263-5674 DETROIT 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 Hilberry Summer Theatre presents "Man of La Mancha" 8pm (upstairs) and "The Blacks" (downstairs in the Studio Theatre) 8pm. Cass at Hancock Thursday 31 Moon in Taurus sun 5. 5:13 sun s. 6:54 July 31. . .in 1948: Potsdam Agreement. sur render of Japanese troops in Indochina lo Kuomintang troops in the notth and British in Che south. . .in 1969: US-Diem dique sets up "prosperity ones," concentration camps in South Vietnam to combat growing peasant resístante. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Summer Film Showcase: Children's Films - "Arrow to the Sun" (12 min) ; "Case of the Elevator Duck" (1 7 min); "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" (20 min); "Where Should a Squirrel Live?" (1 1 min); Dr. Seuss on the Loóse" (25 min) MLB3, 7pm, free YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "Dirty Harry" see 730 CONCERTS DETROIT Pine Knob: Chicago, SOLD OUT TV 10:30am: AM Detroit with Denms Wholey - Gary Paul Gates, investigative journalist and ' coauthor of "The Palace Guard" will be one of the guests, Ch. 7 9:00pm: Hollywood Televisión Theatre presents "Another Part of the Forest," Lillian Heilman's 1946 hit Broadway play, Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR The Playmakers present "The Diary of Adam and Eve" and "The Sweetheart Revue" 8pm at Schorling Aud , Sch. of Ed., UofM. E University 3t Monroe. Tickets $2 at the door, sponsored by UAC Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Candida" see 730 Intermission Players present Frederick Knott's "Wait Until Dark" 8pm at Little Theatre, Pioneer High School Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "A Thurber Carnival" 8pm at. the workshop Bldg., 201 Mulholland Dr. Donation $1 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 DETROIT Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellets Buy" see 730 Hilberry Slimmer Theatre presents "Man of La Mancha" and "The Blacks" see 730 Friday 1 Moon in Taurus then in Gemini 11:02pm sun r. 5:13 sun s. 6:58 August I. . .in 1917: IWW organizer Frank Little lynched. . .in 1946: the people's coalition in Athens, Tennessee takes control of local government af ter corrupt elections. . . in 1953: House Concurrent Rcsolution 108 advocating tcrmination of Indians adopted, passed. . .in 1954: 75,000 march in Saigon to celébrate Geneva Agreements that end I muh colonialism. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema II: "The Seduction of Mimi" (Lena Wertmuller) 7:30 & 9.30, $1.25 Summer Film Showcase: Stress & Coping - "Tup, Tup" (9 min); "Asylum" (95 min) ML83. 7pm, free DITROIT Detroit Fílm Theatre: "The Middle of the World" (Alain Tanner) 'I & 9:1 5pm, $2, students wcurrent ID S1 .50 "Tales of Hoffman" with Moira Shearer 6:30pm; "The 39 Steps" and "A Man for All Seasons" at 8:45, Brahms Conservatory, 316'; S. Main, Royal Oak contmued on page 1 2 GMJIDflf continued from page 1 1 CONCERTS ANN ARBOK UAC Free Concert with Jedediah (rock) 7:3Opm on the People's Plaza near the Michigan Union, by the cube DETROIT Cobo Arena: Black Sabbath with special guest Leslie West, 8pm. Tickets S7.50, 6.50 reserved seats available at Hudson's Grinnell's and Cobo Arena B.O Masonic Auditorium: Barry Manilow, 8pm, tickets $6.50, 5.50 at Masonic B.O & J.L. Hudson's Meadow Brook: Preservation Hall Jazz Band, 8.30pm. Pavillion $7, 6, 5. Lawn seats $3 available by writing to.'Meadowbrook Music Festival Box Office, P.O. Box 705, Oakland University, Rochester, Ml 48063 P'Jaz with the Brookside Jazz Ensemble featur ing Úrsula Walker followed by live music & dancing. 6pmat the Pontchartrain Hotel outdoor terrace, Washington Blvd. at Larned OIIIO 5th Annual Ohio National Bluegrass Festival (3 days, 12 hours each day). Bill Monroe & the Bluegrass Boys, Don Reno, Bill Harrell & Tennessee Cutups, Jim & Jessee md the Vu ginia Boys and lots more. ..at Hillbrook Recreation Area, 4 mi NW of Ottawa, Ohio on Route 15. For more info write: Hillbrook Ree. Dept . P.O. Box 257, Ottawa, OH 45875 TV 9:30pm: Lou Gordon Show - Guests tomght include Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolídge, Ch. 50 1 :00am: Rock Concert - Hot Tuna, REO Speedwagon, BT Express, Abba, Ch. 7 EVENTS NN ARBOR The Playmakers present "The Diary of Adam & Eve " and "The Sweetheart Revue" see 731 Michigan Repeitory '75 presents "Candida" see 730 Roadside Attractions present "Servant of Two Masters" see 731 Intermission PUiyers present "Wait Until Dark" see T-" Ann A'.ii! Civic Theatre presents "A Thurber Carnival" see 731 Consumer Cooperative Alliance Conference (3 dciys) will begin with in opening address by Ralph Nader, 8pm at Htll Auditorium and will feature speakers from est-ohshed coops as well as young coops. This year's conference is comrnitted to developing a nationwide consumer coop movement. The CC AC sessions will be at Bursley Hall, North CamI pus, except for the opening speeches. For further info contact David Friedrichs (NASCO) at 663-0889 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 DfTROIT Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 730 Hilberry Summer Theatre presents "Tenth Man" 8pm and "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" in the Sfejdio Theatre (downstairs) 8pm Ukranian Ethnic Festival on the Detroit Riverfront. Mini-ibuses will run every 20 minutes to shuttle visotors from Cadillac Square to the Festival site, 6-1 1 pm FREE ARTS FESTIVALCommunity Center Art Fair '75, 6-1 1pm at the Lincoln Park Community Center, 3525 Dix. For more info: 386-4075 Saturday 2 Moon in Gemini i sun r. 5:15 sun s. 6:57 , August 2. . .in 1903: Fronticr woman Calamity Jane dies. . .in 1965: 6,000 Marines supported hy 100 aircraft raid regions of Quang Nam province, humlreds of women were capturcd and systematically raped. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema II: "The Seduction of Mimi" see 81 DETROIT "Tales of Hof fman," "The 39 Steps" and "A Man for all Seasons" at Brahms Conservatory, see 81 CONCERTS YPSILANTI Ypsilanti FREE CONCERT 2-6pm at Riverside . Park. Country & western extravaganza DETROIT Pine Knob: Fifth Dimensión and the Dells, see 81 OHIO Ohio National Bluegrass Festival, see 81 TV 8:00pm: Merv Griffin Show - the Platters, singng group are some of tonight's guests. Ch. 50 EVENTS ANN ARBOR The Playmakers present "The Diary of Adam & Eve" and "The Sweetheart Revue". Matinee at 2pm, $1 .50. 8pm performance S2 at Schorling Aud Sch. of Ed., UofM. Sponsored by UAC Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Candida" see 730 Roadside Attractions present "Servant of Two Masters" see 731 6th Annual Ann Arbor Medieval Festival. Theatre, dance, music and crafts. 1 1am at West Park: "The Play of Robín and Marión," "Gabriel's Horn," and "The Dandy from Arras" at at 3pm in Burns Park: "The Play of Noah" and "Everyrnan." FREE Intermission Players present "Don't Drink the Water" see 730 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "A Thurber Carnival" see 731 Consumer Cooperative Alliance Conference, see 81 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 DETROIT Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" 7 & 10:30pm, see 730 Uki anian Ethnic Festival noon-1 1 pm on the Detroit Riverfront Free Arts FestivalCommunity Center Art Fair 1-11pm, see 81 Professional Motorcycle Races, 7pm at Northville Downs, VS mile flat track. Doors open at 4pm. Discount adult tickets $4.50 in advance at Hudson's & Cycle Shops. $5.50 at the gate. Under 1 2 $2.50 at the gate only TOLEDO, OHIO Fred Harris Democratie candidate for President, will be appearing at Ottawa Park in Toledo, 2200 N. Cove Dr., 6-8pm. He'll speek at 6:30pm, and be camping overnight at a KOA campsight in Swanton, Ohio, the first stop in a camping tour of the States to meet the people Sunday 3 Moon in Gemini sun r. 5:14 sun s. 6:57 MOVÍ ES DETROIT "Tales of Hoffman", "The 39 Steps" and "A Man for All Seasons" at Brahms Conservatory, see81 CONCERTS ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Free Park Concert: 2-6pm at Víctor Jara Musician's Park (on Fuller Road across from the pool!. Bands this week include Synergy (jazz), Starlight on the Rails (c&w), Headwind (Progressive jazzrock) and 1 band to be announced DETROIT Pine Knob: Judy Collins, 7:30pm. Tickets $7, 5 available at Pine Knob B.O. 647-7790 for more info Buddy Rich and his Big Band in concert at the Squire's (Ramada )nn at Detroit Metro Airport) 2 shows at 8 & 10pm. Tickets $5 per person at the door TOLtDO, OHIO Ohio River Music Festival with Aerosmith. Black Oak Arkansas, Foghat, Blue Oyster Cult, REO Speedwagon, Mahogany Rush, the Outlaws. Styx and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Begins at noon at Nippen Stadium, Umversity of Cincinnati campus. Tickets $9 in advance, $1 1 at the gate. Tickets available at Boogie Records (Toledo), Sears (Sandusky) Cali WIOT for other ticket outlets Ohio National Btuegrass Festival, see 81 TV 1 :30pm: Soul Train wtth Melba Moore, Eddie Harns and Bunny Sigler, Ch 2 8:30pm: Sherlock Holmes "The Scarlet Claw" Ch. 50 10:00pm N8C News Special Edition - "Mary Jane Grows Up: Marijuana in the 70's" Ch 4 1 1 -30pm: Name of the Game - "A Hard Case of the Blues." Investigaron into cormption in the music business leads Dan FarreM into the wild world of folk-rock, Ch 2 EVENTS ANN ARBOR 6th Annual Ann Arbor Medieval Festival. tre, dance, music, crafts. 1 1am on the Ark lawn, 1421 HUI. "The Play of Noah" and "Everyman" and at 3pm in Nichols Arboretum. Geddes Rd. "The Dandy from Arras" and "Gabnel's Horn" Consumer Cooperative Alliance Conference see 81 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 SALINE Country Music Show staring direct from Nashvifle: Tommy Overstreet and Red Steagall, 2pm & 7pm at Saline High School Auditorium. Tickets S3.50 at the door, $3 mail order to: Country Show, P.O. Box 324, Saline, Ml 481 76. Sponsored by the Saline Jaycees DETROIT Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" at 3 & 7pm, see 730 Ukranian Ethnic Festival, see 82 Free Arts FestivalCommunity Art Fair 1-1 Ipm see 81 Monday 4 Moon n Gemini then in Cáncer 5:17am sun r. 5:15 sun s. 6:56 August 4. . .in 1735: Peter Zenger trial establishes legal freedom of prcss. . .in 1962: Maiilyn Monroe (Norma Jean Baker) dies. . in 1964: VS fabricates "Tonkin Gulf incident" to stampede Congress to support aggression in Vietnam. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Summer Film Showcase: Mathematics, Chemistry - "Mathematical Peep Show" (12 min!; "Music of the Spheres" (52 min); "Hidden Structure" (52 min); MLB3, 7pm, free CONCERTS DETROIT Pine Knob: WAR. 7:3Opm. Tickets S7, 5 at Pine Knob B.Ó. 647-7790 for more info TV 8:00pm: TV2 Detroit Special: "The Transportation Crisis" Ch 2 8:30pm:TV2 Detroit Special: "Miracle of Porter Street" a re-run ol the onyinal documentary on Father Clement Kern and his work in Detroit's inner city, Ch. 2 9:30pm: Dinah1 Guests tomght include the Blue Notes singing group, Ch. 50 EVENTS ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound ot Music" see 730 Tuesday 5 Moon in Cáncer sun r. 5:16 sun s. 6:55 August 5. . .in 1898: US annexes Puerto Rico. . . in 1946: 15.000 niarch at Lincoln Memorial to protest vigilante-pol ice violence in the south. . .in 1970: I ricka Huggins, Rose Smith. Margaret Huggins. Black Panther vvomen in Connecticut prison, begin Iningcr strike to protest conditions. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Fílm Co-op: "The Rain People" (Francis Ford Coppola) 7 & 9pm, $1.25 Summer Film Showcase: The Dispossessed - "Puffins, Predatörsand Pirates" (28 min); "Livin' on the Mud" (23 min); "Last of the Cuiva" (65 mm); ML83, 7pm, free Wounded Knee Support Group presents films of struggle - "Eskimo Fight for Life" 8pm MLB1. free YPSILANTI Mud Cinema Silent Summer Series: Laurel & Hardy - "Mail and Female"; "Doublé Whoopee"; "Sugar Daddies"; "From Soup to Nuts"; "That'sMy Wife";9:30pm only at Walton-Putman Lounge EMU, free continued on page 14 tiMJUMT continued from paqe 13 CONCERTS ANN ARBOR UAC Free.Concert with Congo Phil, Paul and Friends (jazz) at 7:30pm on the People's Plaza near the Michigan Union DETROI1 Cobo Arena: Tony Orlando and Dawn sing for Muscular Dystrophy. 8pm, tickets $6.50, 5.50, 4.50 at Cobo B. O., Hudson's and Grinnell's Pine Knob: WAR, see 84 TV 8 OOpm "When Televisión was Livel" Film clips of entertainment personalities from the 19bO's, Ch. 56 9:00pm: Nova - a look at a changing people the "Tuaregs" from the Sahara, Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Michigan Reperiory '75 presents "Canterbury Tales" a bawdy British musical adaption of Chaucer's masterpiece 8pm at Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets $4 front orch. & bale, $3.50 iear orch. & bale, available through Hudson's (Detroit & Briarwood) ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 DETROIT Ron Milnei 's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" at the Fisher Theatre, see 730 Wednesday Ó Moon in Cáncer then in Leo 7:44am sun r. 5:16 sun s. 6:54 August 6. . .1926: Gertrude Fderle becomes the first woman to swim actoss the t.nglish Channel, a distance of more than 31 miles which she covers in 14 hours, 31 minutes. . . 1 945 : US bombs Hiroshima. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "The King of Hearts" (Philippe deBroca) 7 & 9pm, $1 25 Children's Film Festival: "Curious George", "Madelme" & "White Mane" 4pm in the gallery at Border's Bookshop, 303 S. State. Free, all ages welcome Summer Film Showcase: Wildlife - "Baobab: Portrait of a Tree" (53 min) ; "Miss Goodall and the Baboons of Gombe" (52 min) MLB3 7pm, free YPSILANT1 Mud Cinema: "The Reivers" with Steve McQueen and Sharon Farrell 7:30 & 9:30pm, $1 (EMU students, staff & faculty only) CONCERTS DETROIT TV 7:00pm: "House Cali" - live phone-in program answering questions about health and medicine. Questions will be accepted at 8727500 during the show, Ch. 56 8:30pm: Special of the Week - "Ferril, Etc." A dramatic presentation of selected works of the noted poetry and prose writer Thomas Ferril by five actors from the Third Eye Theatre in Denver, Ch. 56 9:00prn: Theatre in America - "In Fashion", a musical farce written, staged and performed by members of the Actor's Theatre of Louisville, Ch. 56 9:30pm: Dinah! Guests include the Stylistics, singing group, Ch. 50 10:30pm: "Caught in the Act" - country singer Johnathan Edwards will be featured tonight, backed by Stuart Schulman on bass and violin and Richard Adelman on drums, Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Class Series: Women & Revolution: Toward a Communist Women's Movement presented by the Spartacus, Youth League. Class V: "Working Womeh and the Class Struggle." 7:3Opm in the conference room 342 Michigan Union. More info: 665-6070 Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Canterbury Tales" see 85 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 DETROIT Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 730 Thursday 7 New Moon in Leo 6:57am sunr. 5:17 sun s. 6:53 August 7. . .1813: Pauline David, published fust women's rights paper, UNA, born. . . in 1 890: Elizabeth Gurley, IWW orga niei, leader of Sacco & Vanzetti defense organization, imprisoned in her 60's for conspiring to advocate overthrow of the government by forte and vkrfence, born. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "The Chase" (Arthur Penn) 7 & 9:30, $1.25 Summer Film Showcase: Music - "Street Musique" (9 min); "Band Director" (33 min); "Braveman's Condensed Cream of Beatles" (17 min); "Antonia" (58 min) MLB3, 7pm, free YPSILANTI Mud Cinema: "The Reivers" see 86 CONCERTS DETROIT Pine Knob: Mac Davis, 8pm. Tickets $7.50, 5 at Pine Knob or cali 647-7790 for other ticket outlets TV 9:00pm: Hollywood Televisión Theatre presents "For the Use of the Hall", Oliver Hailey's comedy with an underlying series theme, Ch. 56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Canterbury Tales" see 85 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "Separate Tables" 8pm at the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Bldg., 201 Mulholland Dr., $1 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 DETROIT Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" see 730 Friday 8 Moon in Leo then in Virgo 7:54am sun r. 5:18 sun s. 6:52 MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Brewster McCloud" (Robert Altman) 7 & 9, MLB4, $1 .25 Cinema II: "King of Marvin Gardens" (Bob Rafelson) with Ellen Burstyn, 7:30 & 9:30, $1 Summer Film Showcase: Frenen Humor - "Boiled Egg" (5 min); "Le Petit Theatre de Jean Renoir" (100 min) MLB3, 7pm, free DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre: "Scènes From a Marriage" (Ingmar Bergman) 7 & 10pm, S2, students with ID $1.50 Orchard Ridge Outdoor Theatre (at Oakland Community College) will present a doublé feature: "Five Easy Pieces" and "Easy Rider" 9:30pm at I-696 and Orchard Lake Road. $1 .25. In case of rain, films will be shown on 89 in 1973: New York feminists proclaim August anti-rape month, citing 19.1% increase in rape complaints during the first 6 months of 1973. . .in 1974: Nixon resigns. CONCERTS ANN ARBOR UAC Free Concert with Protuberance 7:30pm on the People's Plaza rtear the Michigan Union DETROIT Meadow Brook: Benny Goddman and his Sextet (jazz) 8:30pm. Tickets: pavillton $7, 6, 5; lawn seats $3 available by writing to: Meadow Brook Music Festival Box Office, P.O. Box 705, Oakland University, Rochester, Ml 48063 Ptne Knob: Mac Davis, see 87 TV 1 1 :30pm : Channel 50 Late Movie - "Calamity Jane" musical, western, comedy, Ch. 50 1 :00am: Rock Concert - Edgar Winter, Foghat.Ch. 7 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Canterbury Tales" see 85 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "Separate Tables" see 87 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 SALINE 10th Annual Saline RodeoI.R.A. Championship, 8pm at Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, Saline-Ann Arbor Road,Saline. Tickets in advance: $2.50 adults, $112 and under;at the gate $3 adults, $2 12 and under. Proceeds go to National Institute of Burn Medicine. Presented by Región "J" Jaycees. Free parking DETROIT Polish Ethnic Festival 6-11 pm on the Detroit Riverfront Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy, see 730 Saturday 9 Moon in Virgo sur r. 5:19 sun s. 6:52 August 9. . .South África Women's Day. On this day in 1967 the Federation of South African Women had 20,000 demonstrators converge on Pretoria to denounce the plans of the regime to introduce passes for African women. . .in 1945: US nuclear attack on Nagasaki. . .in 1966: black insurrección in Detroit. . .in 1970: Huey Newton of the Black Panther Party freed. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema II: "Five Easy Pieces" (Bob Rafelson) 7:30 & 9:30, $1.25 Indochina Peace Campaign Film Series: "Malcolm X" 7:30 & 9:15 and "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song" (Meivin VanPeeblesl 7 & 9:15, Modern Language Building. Single show $1.25, doublé $2 DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre: "The Magnificent Ambersons" (Orson Welles) 7 & 9pm, $2 (students $1 .50) CONCERTS VPSILANTI Ypsilanti Free Concert: 2-6pm at Riverside Park DETROIT Pine Knob: Mac Davis, see 87 TV 5:00pm: Highlights of the 1975 Midwestern Governors Conference held June 20-23 in Cincinnati, Ch. 56 8:00pm: The Philadelphia Folk Festival with John Prine, Steve Goodman, Don Reno and the Tennessee Cutups, the Deadly Nightshade. Norman Blake and Torn Rush, Ch. 56 1 1 :30pm: Nightmare Theatre - "Hunchback of Notre Dame" Ch. 9 1 :30am: TV2 Late Show - "Dracula's Daughter" Ch. 2 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Michigan Repertory '75 presents "Canterbury Tales" Matinee at 3pm & 8pm performance, see 85 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "Separate Tables" see 87 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 SALINE 10th Annual Saline Rodeo, see 88 DETROIT Polish Ethnic Festival noon-1 1pm on the Detroit Riverfront Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" 7 & 10:30pm, see 730 Sunday 10 Moon in Virgo then in Libra 7:52am sun r. 5:19 sun s. 6:51 August 10. . .in 1964: Resurgence of Youth Movement in New York City. . .in 1966: 450 women suecessfully strike Levi plant in Blue Ridge, Georgia. . .in 1970: prisoners in New York Tombs Prison revolt against living conditions and long imprisonment without trial. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Indochina Peace Campaign Film Series: "Malcolm X" and "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song" see 89 CONCERTS ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Free Park Concert: 2-6pm at Víctor Jara Musician's Park (on Fuller Road across from the pool) 4 bands to"be announced DETROIT Pine Knob: Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons with Tommy James and the Shondells, an evening of solid gold! 2pm matinee and 8pm show (limited tickets available) $7, 5 at Pine Knob 8.0. or cali 647-7790 for other ticket outlets Detroit Symphony Orchestra FreefOutdoor Concert at 8:30pm on the Mercy College of Detroit campus, Southfield & Outer Drive, north of McNichols TV 2:00pm: NBC Religious Program - "A Conversation with Dr. Margaret Mead", highly acclaimed anthropologist, Ch. 4 5:30pm: World of Survival - "Secrets of the Trout Stream" Ch. 50 EVENTS ANN ARBOR The 6th Annual Ann Arbor Medieval Festival presents a week's end Medieval Fair, see 89 ADRIÁN Croswell Opera House presents "The Sound of Music" see 730 SALINE 10th Annual Saline Rodeo at 2 pm today, see 88 for more info DETROIT Polish Ethnic Festival, see 89 Ron Milner's "What the Wine Sellers Buy" 3 & 7pm, see 730 Monday 11 Moon in Libra sun r. 5:20 sun s. 6:50 August 1 1 . . .in 1961 : National Indian Youth Council formed. . .in 1965: Black insurrection in Watts. CONCERTS DETROIT Pine Knob; Linda Rondstadt, 7:30pm. Tickets $7, 5 at Ptne Knob B.O. or cali 647-7790 for other ticket outlets Detroit Symphony Orchestra Free Outdoor Concert on Mercy College campus, see 810 TV Tuesday 12 Moon n Libra then in Scorpio 9:31am sun r. 5:21 suri s. 6:49 August 12. . .in 1971 : in Saigon, Danang and Hue, 700 were arrested under chaige of participating in "anti-elections campaign" . . .in 1972: Conference of Non-Aligned Countries seats the PRG (Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam) and Royal Government of National Union of Cambodia as people's governments of their countries, adopts rcsolution demanding VS withdraw troops and end bombings in Indochina. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "Reefer Madness" (Leo Gasnier! and "The Mystery of the Leaping Fish" (John Emerson) 7,8:45 & 10:30, $1.25 CONCERTS ANN ARBOR UAC Free Concert with Pat Hodgson (blues) 7:3Opm on the People's Plaza, near the Michigan Union DETROIT Pine Knob: Todd Rundgren, 7:3Opm. Tickets $7, 5 at Pine Knob 8.O. or cali 647-7790 for other ticket outlets TV 9:00pm: Nova - "Bird Brain: The Mystery of Btrd Navigation" Ch. 56 1 1 :00pm: Interface - "Tres Mujeres," a program about three wornen, produced by three women. It looks at the Uves of three generations of Puerto Rican women in New York, Ch. 56 Wednesday 13 Moon in Scorpio sunr.5:21 sun s. 6:48 August 1 3. . .in 1818: Lucy Stone, suffragist and role-model for modern feminists who refuse to change their name after marriage, born. . .in 1898: US troops invade the Philippines. . .in 1967: ANC-ZAPl) (Aftrican National Congress-Zimbabwe African People's Union) military alliance is announced as the two movements launch a joint guerrilla campaign in Zimbabwe. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "King of Hearts" (Philippe deBroca) 7 & 9pm, $1 .25 Children's Film Festival: "Paddie to the Sea", "Caps for Sale", "The Ugly Duckling" and "Ferdinand the Buil" 4pm in the gallery at Border's Bookshop, 303 S. State. Free, all ages welcome YPSILANT1 Mud Cinema: "Let the Good Times Roll" with Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Fats Domino. 7:30 & 9:30, $1 (EMU students, staff and faculty only) CONCERTS DETROIT Pine Knob: Seals 8i Croft, 7:30pm. Tickets $7, 5 at Pine Knob. 647-7790 for more info TV 6:30pm: Book Beat - "The Tarooed Men" by Florence Rome. Florence talks with Bob Cromie about her report on the Yakuza, the Japanese criminal underworld organization, which functions ruthlessly throughout Japan, Ch. 56 9:00pm: Theatre in America presents "The Ceremony of Innocence" by award-winning playwright Ronald Ribman, Ch. 56 Thursday 14 Moon in Scorpio then in Sagittarius 2:01 pm sun r. 5:22 sun s. 6:47 MOVIES ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Film Co-op: "On the Waterfront" (Elia Kazan) with Marión Brando, 7 & 9pm, $1.25 YPSILANT1 Mud Cinema: "Let the Good Times Roll" see 813 CONCERTS DETROIT Pine Knob: Jefferson Starship, 7:30pm. Tickets $7,5 at Pine Knob. 647-7790 for more info EAST LANSING (MSU) Todd Rundgren & Utopia j EVENTS ANN ARBOR Roadside Attractions present "Servant of Two Masters" 8:30pm at Trueblood Aud., Freize Bldg, UofM campus. Info: 665-2410 I UofM School of Music presents Mozart's opera "Don Giovanni" 8pm at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets $4.50. Info: 764-0583 or 764-6118 Ann Arbor Civtc Theatre presents "Separate Tables" see 87 Mirneshow with Michael Filisky 12.10-12:50 ín the Pendleton Arts Information Room, 2nd floor Michigan Union, free Friday 15 Moon in Sagittarius sun r. 5:23 sun s. 6:45 August 15. . .in 1973: Thirty black women announce the for mat ion of the National Black Feminist Organization. MOVIES ANN ARBOR Cinema II: "Long Day's Journey Into Night" (Sidney Lumet) 7:30 & lOpm, $1 DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre: "I.F. Stone's Weekly" (Jerry Bruck Jr.) 7 & 9:30pm, $2 (students $1.50) CONCERTS ANN ARBOR DETROIT Meadow Brook: Woodv Herman Orchestra (jazz) 8:30pm. Tickets; pavillion $7, 6, 5; lawn $3availableby writing Meadow Brook Music Festival B.O.. P.O. Box 705, Oakland Umversity, Rochester, MI 48063 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Roadside Attractions present "Servant of Two Masters" see814 UofM School of Music presents Mozart's opera "Don Giovanni" see 814 Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents "Separate Tables" see 87 DETROIT Scandinavian Ethnic Festival 6-1 1pm on the Detroit Riverfront Our apologies that the calendar does not go up to Sopt. 3rd, the date of the next SUN. We're taking a month to prepare for our "Back To School" issue, and to intensifv our Detroit expansión. Have a happy August! "You could get a million dollars..."