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DETROIT Oct. 19 "People's Symphony" with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. 3:30pm, Music Hall. General admission $5. 963-7680. Nov. 2 "Detroit's Jazz Today" with the New McKinney's Cotton Pickers, 3-5:30pm, Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, 500 Lone Pine Rd.. Bloomfield Hills, $3. 645-3312. ANN ARBOR Oct. 17-19 The UofM Musical Society presents the Martha Graham Dancers- n the Power Center, Ann Arbor, Fri & Sat at 8pm, Sun at 3pm. Advance tickets & sales info. (313)665-3717. Oct. 19 A Walk for Hunger- l:30pm. Starting point Zion Lutheran Church, Ann Arbor. Funds raised will go to CROP, Community Hunger Appeal of Church World Service. More info: 663-9376, 662-1611 or 663-1870. Oct. 21 "Clout - Woman Power and Politics" by Susan & Martin Toichin will be reviewed by Merilou Murray, Chairperson, Washtenaw County Commissioners, 12:10pm at the Ann Arbor Public Library. Bring lunch, tea & coffee free. Oct. 26 Women's Festival: Washtenaw Community College, 2-9pm. Free. Booths by man'y organizations. Performance by Mad Madonnas. Oct. 29 Women's Strike Day; don't go to work or spend money. Oct. 27 "IWY Ups and Downs of the Women's Movement," talk by Dr. Anne Hungerman, UofM School of Educ. For time & place cali 668-6221. _ i YPSILANTI Oct. 16 Hungry Ear Poetry Reading Series w James Wright, 8pm at Hungry Charley's. 705 W Cross St., Ypsi. Oct. 17-19 Kappa Karnival- rides, games, displays, exhibitions, entertainment & food concessions, in conjunction with Eastern's Homecoming activities. Opens Fri & Sat 3pm, Sun 9am on the intramural field behind Bowen Fieldhouse. Oct. 28 EMU Minority Affairs will sponsor a "Tribute to Black Women," 7:30pm in Pease Auditorium, EMU campus. j Oct. 31 - 4th Annual Ann Arbor OZONE PARADE win begin at 2:30pm at the Michigan Stadium, Gate 3. Live animáis & celebrity guest stars. The theme of this year's parade is. . . It Don't Mean a Thing (If it ain't got that swing)- Prizes for the most original costumes. Don't Miss It!