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cAnn cArbor (Continued from page 19) ert Altman); 930, "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1975, Martin Scorsese); 101, "Farewell My Lovely" (1975, Dick Richards) 7 6 10:30- MLB 3, "Night of the Hunter" (1955, Charles Laughton) 8:45 only- MLB 3, "Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid (1973, Sam Peckinpah) 7 only- MLB 4, "Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo García" (1974, Sam Peckinpah) 9 only- MLB 4; 102, "Young Frankenstein" (1974, Mei Brooks) 7 & 10:30- MLB 3, "Bride Of Frankenstein" (1935, James Whale) 8:45 only- MLB 3, "The Killers" (1964, Donald Siegel) 7 only- MLB 4, "Dead Pigeon On Beethoven Street" (1972, Samuel Fuller) 9 only- MLB 4; 103, "Yojimbo" (Japanese, 1961, Akira Kurosawa) 7 only- MLB 4, "Do'Deskaden" (Japanese, 1970, Aklra Kurosawa) 9 only. Cinema Guild, Old Architecture Aud. (Tappan & Monroe), 662-8871: Showtimes 7 & 9:05, adm. $1.25. 922, "Brink of Life (Swedish, 1957, Ingmar Bergman); 923, "Seventh Seal" (Swedish, 1956, Ingmar Bergman) ; 924, "Klute" (1971, Alan Pakula); 925, "Murmur of the Heart" (French, 1971, Louis Malle); 926, "Horoshima Mon Amour" (French, 1959, Alain Resnais) ; 928, "Ivan The Terrible I" (Russian, 1943, Sergel Eisenstein) ; 929, "The Magician" (Swedish, 1958, Ingmar Bergman); 930, "Ivan The Terrible II" (Russlan, 1947, Sergei Eisenstein); 101, "Repulsión" (1965, Roman Polanski); 102, "Bicycle Thief" (Italian, 1947, Vittorio deSica) plus short "Anemic Cinema"; 103, "Grey Gardens" (1975, Albert & David Maysles). Cinema II, Aud. A- Angelí Hall, u of M, 769-7787: Showtimes 7 & 9, adm. $1.25. 924 & 25, "Seven Beauties" (Italian, 1975, Lina Wertmuller) ; 926, "Muriel" (French, 1963, Alain Resnais); 101, "L'Avventura" (Italian, 1960, Michelangelo Antonioni) 7 & 9:45 ; 102, "Fox and His Friends" (Germán, 1975, Rainer Werner Fassbinder); 103, "Walkabout" (1971, Nicholas Roeg). THEATRE (Detroit & Suburbs "A Touch of Spring", comedy by Samuel Taylor, curtain time: 8:30, Fri. Sept. 24-Sat. Sept. 25 at the Will-O-Way Repertory Theatre, 755 West Long Lake Rd., in Bloomfield Huls. 644-4418. Four week run. Aladdin, a new musical fantasy for children featuring the world lifesize marionettes, presented by the producers of the popular Pinocchio, at the Fisher Theatre. Opens Mon., Sept. 27 at 1 pm only. Tues.-Fri. 10:30 am-1 pm, Sat. 11 am-l:30 & 4 pm, Sun. 1 pm3:30 pm. $3.50, $2.50, $2.00. "Seasons Reasons", by Ron Milner at the renovated Midtown Theatre on Canfield, Thur.-Sun., beginning Sept. 15. "I Do, I Do," Lion Company, Sept. 24, 25, 8:00 pm, Trenton Performing Arts Center, 2447 W. Jefferson, 675-5711 or 283-9523. "Fiddler on the Roof", coming to the Fisher Theatre, Oct. 5 for 5 weeks. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", Macomb Theatre At The Barn, 16500 Hall Rd., Mt. Clemens, Sept. 23-Oct. 3, W-S, 8:15, Sun. 7:15. Strafford Theatre Festival, Stratford, Ontario (313) 964-4668: "Anthony and Cleopatra", "The Merchant of Venice", "The Importance of Being Earnest", "Hamlet", "The Tempest", "Three Sisters", all on Festival Stage, "A Midsummer Nights Dream" on Avon Stage. Detroit Towrl Hall lecture program, speaker Cari Bernstein of the Washington Post at the Fisher Theatre, Sept. 29, 11 a.m. cAnn cArbor "A Little Night Music"- Sondheim's hit musical in the Power Center, Sept. 24-26, PTP ticket office, 763-5213. "I Do, I Do"- dinner theatre at the Ann Arbor Inn every Fri. & Sat. thru Oct. 16, 769-9500 for info. i CONCERNS 1 Detroit & Suburbs Sept. 23: Maynard Ferguson at the Royal Oak Theater. Sept. 24: Starz at Ford Auditorium, tickets given away on the radio. Sept. 25: Leslie West at the Royal Oak Theatre. Ron English plus 9, Sam Sanders 6 Visions, Leo Lyons featunng Bobby Franklin, Showcase Theatre. Chick Corea and Gary Burton at HUI Aud. in Ann Arbor. Sept. 26: Jefferson Starship at Pine Knob, 2 shows at 1 & 7:30 pm. Sept. 26: Sonic's Rendevous Band, The Rockets, Punks, Ted Lucas & the Spikedrivers at the Showcase Theatre. Jazz Odyssey '76 at Masonic witri Roy Ayers, Grover Washington Jr., Marlena Shaw and Airtight and Peabo. Sept. 29: Trinidad Steele Band at Kalamazoo Valley Aud., KVCC, 7 4 9 pm, $2.50. Sept. 30: Shostakovich, Stravinsky conducted by Aldo Ceccato, Ford BEN'S HI-CHAPPARAL. 6683 Gratiot, 923-0601 Disco every night. BOGART's 26355 Michigan Ave., Inkster, 277-7651. Disco every Nignt. BOOGIE DOWN LOUNGE. 9933 Greenfield (betw. Chicago and Plymouth) 835-5811. Open every nlght. BERT'S BLACK HORSE Saloon, 8239 Gratiot Nr. Van Dyke, 9213739: Disco Thurs-Sat., Paco, D.J. CLUB FEVER. McNIchols at Woodward, 867-9568. CORAL GABLES. 2245 N. woodward, Berkley, 398-7333. Tues.Sun., Terra-Nova. CRACKER'i 1403 S. Commerence Nr. 15 Mile, 624-6662: Mon-Sat. Tues. dance lessons. DIAMOND LOUNGE, 15350 Fenkel (1 btk. east of Greenfield) 493-9635 Thurs. - Sun., D.J. Sweet Jerry. ELEPHANT DISCO, Livernois & Long Aud., 8:30 pm. Boston Philharmonic at Masonic Aud. Boston at the Royal OakTheatre Oct. 1: Cheech & Chong at the Royal Oak Theatre. Steve Goodman and Vassar Cle ments. Power Center, Ann Arbor, 7:30, $5.00. Univ. of Windsor, Artists Series I, Moot Court: Wesley Jacobs, tuba and Barbara Wolf, piano. Oct. 2-3: Oregon at Erickson Kiva, Michigan State University, 2 shows, 8 & 11 pm. Oct. 2: Benny Goodman Sextet, UMAnn Arbor. Commodores, LTD, Johnny "Quitar" Watson at U of D. Oct. 3: Grateful Dead at Cobo Hall. Gil Scott-Heron at the Showcase. Oct. 5: Tommy Bolin at Ford Aud. Joseph Mayes, lute & quitar, uwDearborn, Sisson Rm. Oct. 9: Guarneri Quartet at u of M, Ann Arbor. Oct. 10: Black Oak Ar kansas at Cobo qnscos Lake Rd.,Troy, 879-6810. Disco every nigM. GIRAFFE, Raiiegh House, 10 Mile & Telegraph.Southtield, 353-4451. GRAPEVINE LOUNGE, 13519 Joy Rd. at Schaefer, 634-4342: Andy Adams, Johnny Robert, F ast Eddie DJ. 's. GOLDEN COACH, 30450 Van Oyke, Warren, 573-7850. Open every night except Sun. GREEN'S PLAYROOM LOUNGE, 8121 Linwood, 896-4 530. O_l. - The Rag Man on Mon.,THMji, and Sun. LATÍN QUARTER, Grand Blvd. at Woodward, TR5-6600: Disco every Wed. THE LANDING. 25060 Southfield Rd., Southfield, 557-5035. Open seven nlghts, cover charge of $5.00, ncluding 2 dnnks, dining upstairs. MURPHY'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE, Hall. Oct. 14: Ted Nugent, Montrose and Jay Ferguson at Cobo Arena. Oct. 16: The Spinners and George Benson at Crlsler Arena in Ann Arbor. David Sanborn with John Payne at the Showcase. The Flamin' Groovies & the Ramones at the Royal Oak Theatre. Oct. 17: Earth, Wind and Fire at Eastern Michigan Univ., Ypsi. Oct. 21: The Strawbs at the Royal Oak Theatre. Oct. 23: Keith Jarret at Hili Aud., Ann Arbor. Oct. 23 & 24: The World of Star Trek with Gene Roddenberry at the Royal Oak Theatre. Oct. 27: ECM Festival of Music with Gary Burton Quintet, Ralph Towner. Jack DeJohnette's Directions w John Abercrombie at the Showcase. Nov. 9 & 10: Oarryl Hall and John Oates at Masonic Auditorium. 864-8340. D.J. Rappin' Rogé every night. OCIES PARADISE LOUNGE. 8202 Fenkell, 861-5111. Open every night with D.J. Rappin' Rino. OLIVER'S, 16360 Harper, nr. Whittier exit off 1-94, 881-7230. Disco dancing to: CIRCUS. ONE FLIGHT DOWN, Dix Hwy., Meivindaie, 383-1116. POISON APPLE, 38418 Ford Rd.. Westland. D.J. John, every night. ROSE ROOM, Michigan Ave. at 24th, 894-1860. Wed. -Sun., with Arthur "Baby" Hughes. SÍNDROME, Telegraph at Ford Rd., Dearborn Hts., Disco all week. Instructions on Mon. SUBWAY DISCO 525 W. Lafayette, 964-7938. Live disco bands and D.J. 's Bob Grant and Brent Hudson. UNCLE SAM'S, 14060 Telegraph at Schoolcraft, Redford, 638-1645. Dancing seven nights a week. CAMPUS HAPPENINGS MACOMB COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Poetry Schedule (S. Campus): J-127, The T.V. Studio, Robin Eichele, Sept. 29, 7 pm. Times and dates to be announced: Charles Simic, Philip Levin, Peter Fallón. Art Lecture Series: "S" Auditorium, FREE: Oct. 14, 8:30 pm, Newton Harrison (Slide lllustrated). Place and time in Oct. to be announced: Dana Atchley (Real-Life Road Show). Cultural Series: "K" Bldg., FREE Unless Indicated: Sept. 28, 8 pm, $1.25 advance-$1.50 door, Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band. Educational Series: S. Campus, C 101, FREE: Oct. 7, 8 pm, The Detroit Brass Society. Film Series: (S. Campus), "K" Bldg.: Sept. 28, 12:30 pm, "Taking Off"; Sept. 29, 8 pm, "Taking Off '; Oct. 5, 8 pm, 'The Wild Child"; Oct. 6, 1 pm, "The Wild Child." Film Series, Center Campus, C-101, S.75: Sept. 27, 7 pm, "Taking Off"; Sept. 30, 2 pm, "Taking Off"; Oct. 4, 7 pm, "The Wild Child"; Oct. 7, 2 pm, "The Wild Child." Fri. Nite at the Flicks, South Campus, K-Bldg.,$1.00: Oct. 8, 8 pm, "Duck Soup." Cinema Series for Little People, South Campus, "S" Bldg., $.50, 10:00 am: Sept. 25, "Napoleon & Samantha- Lost In The Wilderness"; Oct. 9, 'The Adventures of Builwhip Griffen"; Oct. 23, "The Mouse That Roared." Music Dept.: Sept. 27, 8 pm, Detroit Brass Society, "S" Bldg, FREE; Oct. 5, 8 pm, Organ Recital- Frederick DeHaven, St. Edmunds Church, FREE. Big Band Series: Center Campus, 12 Noon, Oct. 20, Austin Moro Band, Student Union Mali. Special Feature: Oct. 27, 1:30 pm-S pm, U.S. Navy Band, Students $1.25, General Public, $2.50, Fieldhouse. Workshops: Oct. 6, 8:30-noon, 5:30 pm-9 pm, Prejudice & Inhumanity Workshop, South Campus, "K" Bldg.; Oct. 13, 8:30 am, Prejudice 6 Inhumanity Workshop, Center Campus, Auditorium C-101. OAKLAND UNIVERSITY Sept. 21 : Doe Holladay Recital- 8 pm-11 pm- $2.00 AdultS;$1.50 students- Varner Hall Recital Hall. Sapt. 24 26: Godspell, 8:30 pm, Barn Theatre. Sept. 24: Organ Concert, 8:00 pm10:00 pm, Varner Recital Hall. Sept. 29: Women Center Open House -11 am-1 pm, 53 O.C., Refreshments. Sept. 29-30: Hiroshima Print Exhibit, 9 am-4 pm, Crockery O.C. Sept. 30: Exhibit and Sale of Original Graphic Art, 11 am to 5 pm, O.C. Art Exhibit Lounge. FREE FILM: "The OxBow Incident", 7:30 pm, Avon Township Library, 210 W. University Dr. Student Recital- 8 pm-10 pm, Varner Recital Hall. "Gertrude Kastle Collection", Meadowbrook Art Gallery. SCHOOLCRAFT COLLEGE Harvest Dance, Sun. Oct. 17 at 8 pm. The Count Basie Orchestra, Plymouth Hilton Ballroom. Tickets: $6. Tues. Sept. 28, 7:30, Wed. Sept. 29, 7 pm, Self Directed Career Planning Program, TBA. Wed. Sept. 29, 8 pm: (Open Forum) The Runaway Teenager, B210. Wed. Oct. 6, 8 pm: (Open Forum) Should We Have a Baby? (for couples) B200. Wiser Program, Garden City, Good Hope Lutheran Church, 28780 Cherry Hill Rd., Sept. 28 and Oct. 26-8 pm. Peggy Price, 5916400, ext. 217. Oct. 6 at the Waterman Center, Silver Screen's Nite: "Chinatown" with Jack NicholsonFaye Dunaway, 7-10 pm, Contact office of Student Actlvities. "Captain Kirk", William Shatner, Oct. 29 at 8 pm (ACSPB) at the "Friday Night at the Center" Series. Retiree Placement Service: A free Schoolcraft College Community Service for retirees interested in part-time or temporary employment. Details, cali Yvonne Cassady, 348-2440, Mon.-Fri., 8 am4:40 pm.