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Motor City Edutainment Guide

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
October
Year
1976
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B fjT I TrTiiB ■ifjT fTB KtrwjtiTjTWmiTj[TVimT]XtPmÈrÊiKTmTÊ Detroit & Suburbs All Around, 25621 Ecorse Rd., Taylor, bet. Beech Daly & Telegraph, 292-6838. Mon. & Tues.:Mainstreet U.S.A. ; Wed.-Sun., Deep South; Thurs.-Sat., both bands with continuous music. $1.00 cover Fri. & Sat. Alvaro's, 1824 W. 14 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, 549-2420, Wayne Harper Trio, 8:30 Mon-Sat. No cover. A Train, 48705 Grand River, Novi, 1-348-2820. Fourth Chapter. Al Georges, 1845 8 James Couzens nr. 6 Mile, Opus II, Fri. & Sat. Alfreds, 2745 W. 16 MMe, Somerset Malí, 643-8865; Mon.-Thurs. open til 12:00, Fri. & Sat. till 2 am: Rob Fritz thru Oct. 12, ComingOct. 13 Bill Muder. Belanger House, Main at 12 Mile, Royal Oak, 548-8700. Harvest, Tues.-Sat. Bobbie's English Pub', 30100 Telegraph, Brimingham, 642-3700, J. C.Heard. Bijou, Southfield Rd. at 13 Mile, Southfield, 644-5522, Jim Jewhurst. Brendan's Tavern, 34505 Grand River, Farmington, 477-5090! Charlie Taylor (Irish entertainment). Barnaby's Lounge, Middlebelt, 2 blks, N. of Ford Rd., Garden City, 427-0102. Dittlies, Oct. 6-17. Bob and Rob's, 28167 John R, Madison Heights, 541-9213, Lenore Paxton sings alone Mon. & Tues., and with Don Fagenson on bass Wed. -Sat. No Cover. Bilannis Pub , E. Warren & Alter Rd., 885-2724. Cali for nformation. Bobbies Lounge, 15414 Telegraph, Redford, 532-0189, Zoom. Baker's Keyboard Lounge, 20510 Livernois, 864-2300. Oct. 5-10, Grant Green; Oct. 14-24, Yusef Lateef; Oct. 27-31, Ron Carter Quartet; Nov. 5-14, Les McCann. Bogart's, 26355 Michigan Ave. W. of Beech Daly, Inkster, 277-7651. The Sounds Inc. thru Oct. Bonfire Bar B-Q, 20070 W. 8 Mile, W. of Evergreen, 355-0077. Ernie at the pinao. Cedar MilL 715 Torrey Rd., Fenton, 629-1415. Oct. 14-17, Feather Canyon; Oct. 21-13, 28-31, Paddie Foot. Charlies Pub, 110 w. 14 Mile, Clawson, 435-2494: Oct. 14-16, 21-23, 28-30, Nov. 4-6, Stuart Mitchell. Community Music Series, lst Unitarian Church, Forest at Cass, 8339107. Oct. 10, ll-ll-l, 15.piece orchestra playing the music of Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie & Ted Dameron. 8 pm $1.50. Clamdiggers, 30555 Grand River, Farmington H il Is. 478-3800: Jim Badzik, Mon.-Thurs., 9-11 pm, Fri. -Sat., 7-12 pm. Compared to What, Trinity Methodist Church, 13100 Woodward, S. of Davison, Highland Park, 865-3440: Oct. 8, Karl Johnson; Oct. 15, Paradox with Peter Psarionos; Oct. 22, Satorie. Cobb's Corner, c. of Willis & Cass, 8327223: Mon. only Bobbie McDonald Jazz Trio. The Camaret, 5830 Connor, 12 bik. east of 1-94, DR 2-5020i Chapter Eight. Dummy George's, 10320 w. McNichols, 341-2700: Dennis Rowland and Luv, thru Oct. 10; Every Wed. String Machine with Travis Biggs. Delta Lady, Woodward S. of 9 Mile, Ferndale, 545-5483: Oct. 15-17, Copeland Band; Oct. 18-19, Tim Schrot;Oct. 20-21, Gregg Barr; Oct. 22-24, Coepland Band; Oct. 25-26, Tim Schrot; Oct. 27-28, Rod Chandler & Alice Baker; Oct. 29-31, Impact. Desopper's, 12 Mile and Harper, St. Clair, 775-9192: Criss Cross. Doug's Body Shop, 22061 Woodward Ave., bet 8 & 9 Mile, Ferndale, 399-1040: Mon. only, Dr. Dick & his Good Vibes; Tues.-Sat., Tommy Good & Plenty. No Cover. Good Food. Dewey's Lounge, 16400 J. L Hudson Dr., Michigan Inn, Southfield, 559-6500: Struttin thru Oct. D.B. 's, Hyatt Regency, Dearborn, ,593-1234: Billy Eckstine, Oct. 11-17. i Driftwood Lounge, Grand River at Inkster Rd., KE 5-6700:Skip Van Winkle until Oct. 6; Oct. 7, Riot for two weeks. DeeJays Lounge, 52899 Van Dyke at 24 Mile Rd., Shelby Township, 731-6175: Featherstone. Dirty Helen's, Bsmt. of Leiand House Hotel, Cass at Bagley, 962-2300: Cali for nformation. Ethel's Cocktail Lounge, 7341 Mack E. of Grand Blvd., 922-9443: Fantastic Four starting Oct. 8. Francesco's, 22302 Michigan Ave., bet. Outer Dr. & Southfield, Dearborn, 561-1655: Pam Martin. The Gnu Joint, 5700 Cass at Palmer, WSU Campus, Sun. & Mon.: Bobo Jenkins; Tues., Mr. Bo-, Wèd. & Thurs., Copeland Blues Band; Fri. & Sat., Baby Boy Warren. Gino's Falcon Showbar, 19901 Van Dyke at Outer Dr., 893-0190: The Eye. Gaines Lounge, 9850 Wyoming, 9345511: Erma Terry thru Oct. 10 (live funk music). The Huddle, 309 N. Washington, Leonard Plaza, Lansing, 517-4841404: Oct. 5-9, 12-16, Jemima Puddleduck;Oct. 19-23, Orange Lake Drive (formerly Lorthorian). Holiday Inn Lounge, w 00 dward N. of Davison, Highland Park, 883-4550: Dave Hamilton. Henry's Cocktail Lounge, 7645 Fenkell, 5 blks. W. of Livernois, 341-9444. Interlude Lounge, 5491 E. 12 Miie Rd. Warren, 751-4340: Jerry Libby & Company. Inn Between, 3270 W. Huron, Waterford, 1-682-5690, Oct. 6-9, Travis; Oct. 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, Judy Roberts Group. J. C.'s Rock Saloon, 14050 Qratiot bet. 6 & 7 Mile, 526-3445: Elfstone thru Oct. King's Row Showcase Lounge, w. Chicago at Meyers, 834-1260: Al Wilson.Oct. 7-12; Blue Magie, Oct. 13-17; Esther Phillips, Oct. 21-15. Kjnsmen Social Club, 7138 Fenkell (bet. Monica & Santa Rosa): Something Kind of Jazzy Part II, 2 am, B. Y.O.B., Cover, $2.00. La Honda, 6340 Auburn Rd., Utica, 1-739-1017: Jim Gold. The Library, 37235 Groesbeck, Mt. Clemens, 1-465-6579: The I Band. The Landing, 10 Mile & Southfield, Southfield, 557-5035: Torn Powers Oct. 10 thru. Nov. The Living Room, 23307 Telegraph, 676-7373: Kenny Miller & The Winding Road (Country-western). Las Vegas Club, 3400 Bagley, 5544370: Thurs. only, Henry Bolderama; Weekends, Ray Naples Suprema Band. Lindsay's House of Minority Employees, 345 Gratiot: Fri. & Sat. Oct. 8-30, 9:30 until 2 am: Tribe, Cover $1.50, Free Parking, FoodDrinks,. Leone's Lounge & Arcade, 2179 Fort Park St. 3 blks. S. of Souttifield, Lincoln Park, 382-9725: Ruby Jones Little David's Cocktail Lounge, 8417 Livernois at Joy Rd., 933-0660: Instant Insanity for 2 wks. Mardi Gras, Fullerton at Livernois, 931-3212: Please cali for information. Moravian, 35905 Utica Rd. at Moravian, Clinton Township, 1-791-2030: Fonzie & The Fantast ics. Olde World Cafe, Pine Lake Mali. Orchard Lake Rd. at Lone Pine Rd., West Bloomfield, 851-3252: Oct. 15-17, Cove (folk & blues) ; Oct. 19-24, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee. The Old Mill's Attic, 5838 Dixie Hwy., Waterford, 1-623-9300: Jo Ann Allen thpu Oct. Painted Pony, 21980 Telegraph, Trenton, 675-3870: The Cracker Jacks, Coming Soon- Maxine. Power's Place, 30750 Little Mack, 293-1410: Oct. 8-9, Eddie Powers & the Touch System; Oct. 12, Cabaret of Magie; Oct. 13, 15, 16: Eddie Powers & the Touch System; Oct. 14, Talent Spotlite. Playboy Club, 20231 James Couzens, S. of 8 Mile, 863-8855: Connie Graham thru Oct.; Fri.-Sat. Amira Amir. PepperMill Lounge, 8 Mile E. of Groesbeck, 526-4502: Oct. 6-10, Cordova;Oct. 17-18, Air Tight; Oct. 20-24, Straften -Nelson Rosenberg; Oct. 27-31, Orange Lake Drive; Nov. 3-7, 10-14, 17-21 Feather Canyon. Perfect Blend, 24901 Northwestern Hwy., Fidelity Bank Bldg., Southfield, 353-4070: Oct. 610, 13-17, Cordova. The Raleigh House, 25300 Telegraph, Southfield, 353-1100: Oct. 11, 7 pm; Oef. 13, 7 & 10:30 pm; Oct. 14, 7 pm, Paul Anka. Rappa HousejN Concert Cafe,UfCV 96 E. Fisher Wk. Fwy., 961-9846: #5pOJ After hoursjam ■i session. Sat. 2-6 pm J Red Carpet, 16427 E. Warren at Outer Dr., 885-0570: W Pete Zangraevery Mon., 10 pm;k Oct. 6-10. Rockets; Oct. 11-12, W Mickey's Pulsating Unit. Raven Gallery, 29101 Greenfield, Southfield, 557-2622: Oct. 19-24, I Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, I $4.50. Roman Gate, Woodward at 14 Mile, Royal pak, 549-4141 : Kelly Franklin, Frl.-Sat. Toman Terrace, 27822 Orchard Lake at 12 Mile, Farmington, 851-4094 Tues.-Sat., Cathy Landes thru Oct. The Roadhouse, 4 miles N. of Ann Arbor at U.S. 23 & N. Territorial Rd., 761-1606: Oct. 6, 8 & 9, After Hours Band. Roostertail, Palm River Room, 100 Marquette at the River, 823-2000 Jubilation wPaul Lochrico. Shorecrest Lounge, 23117 Harper, St. Clair Shores, 776-3033: The Rivera's; Coming Oct. 10, Danny Woods. Sandpiper, 15123 E. Warren, 8845900: Oct. 15-16, 22-23, 29-30, Nov. 5-6, Mickeys Pulsating Band. The Starting Point Showcase Nite Club, 25060 Southfield Rd., corner 10 Mile, 557-5075: Oct. 10-12, Torn Powers. Coming Oct. 20, Travis. Squires Lounge, Metro Airport Ramada Inn, 729-6300:Canadian Conspiracy thru Oct. 16. Stock Exchange Lounge, 27554 w. Warren W. of Inkster Rd. 2617130: T. P. Conspiracy, 50's & 60's type music. Tipperary Pub, 8287 Southfield, Detroit, 271-5870: Jim Perkins & The Tipperary Aires. Top of the Ponch, 2 Washington Blvd 965-0200: Flyin' Easy, 5 piece contemporary group, Oct. 5-16. Ted's The Gatsby Room, Woodward at Square Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills, 1-388-0237: The Showcasemen. Top of the Flame, atop Mich. Consolidated Gas Bidg., Woodward at Jefferson, 965-4044: Tues.-Thurs., pianist Hank Van Stedan; Fri.Sun. pianist with bass guitanst until 1 am. Trudge's Pub, 22512 Mack, st. Clair Shores, 50's rock music & movies plus weekly trivia contest. Trio, at Franklin PI., Northwestern Hwy. & 12 Mile, Southfield, 358-1860: Alma Smith, 4:307:30 Tues.-Fri.; Bobbie Laurel coming Oct. 19. '24 Karat, Telegraph S. of 6 Mile, KE 1-2332: Oct. 6-11. Night Crawlers. The 3 Of Us, 12841 E. McNichoïs, 371-2307: Oct. 12-24, Badge. Uncle Bela's Pub, in the Cooper's Arms 306 Main, Rochester 651-2269: The New Minority. Vineyards, Franklin at Northwestern, Southfield, 357-2579: Úrsula Walker, Jack Brokenshaw, and Matt Michaels. Vargo's. 30325 W. 6 Mile Rd., Livonia: Billy Rose & Quartet. Viking Lounge, 179 s. Gratiot, Mt. Clemens, 1-463-0410: Thru Oct. 9, Sweet Crystal. Coming: The Cross, Holy Smoke, Curtís Hyflast. Wagon Wheel, 2950 Rochester Rd., Troy: Oct. 6-10, Dan Schaefer Group; Oct. 11-12, Orange Lake Dr.; Oct. 13-17, Dan Schaefer; Oct. 18-19, Phaedrus; Oct. 20-24, Dan Schaefer. Windjammer, Plymouth at Farmington Rd., Livonia, 422-7135: Fri. & Sat., Eddie Kay. Watt's Club Mozambique, Fenkell at Northlawn, 864-0240: Please cali for information. West Side Six, 24052 w. McNichols, 12 bik. from Telegraph: Salem Witchcraft, Mon.-Tues.; White Wolf, wed. -Sun. Yesterday's Room, Sheraton Southfield, 17017 W. 9 Mile: Expo '77. cAnn cArbor The Ark Coffeehouse, 1421 Hill st., 761-1451: Every Wed., open mike Hootenanny, $.75; 108-9, Bob White, $2.50 1014, Music & discussion on Puerto Rico sponsored by GOLAI (Group on Latín I can Issues); 1015-16, Tracy & Elloise Schwarz, $2.50. The Apartment, 2200 Fuller Rd. (in Huron Towers), 769-4060: New I rection every Mon. -Sat. CONCERTS CONCERT INFORMATION Royal Oak Theatre-LI 1-2812 Showcase Theatre--925-9292 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor Aud., 1-763 2071 Eastern Michigan Univ., 1-487 0447. Ramona Theatre-925-9292 Wings Stadium-K -Zoo(616) 345-1125. Rackham Auditorium-Ann Arbor-764-4415. U of 271 -2300, X402. Lansing Civic Center -(517) 485-2419. U of Detroit-342-1029. Flint IMA Auditorium -235-4433 Music Hall -963-7680. Orchestra Hall -833-3700 U of M, Ann Arbor -764-1817 WSU Community Arts 577-2400. Municipal Aud. Allen Park-928-9192. Cobo Hall -224-1000. Ford Auditorium-224-1070. Masonic Temple -TE 2-6649. Olympia Stadium -895-7000. Pontiac Stadium -857-7700. - Michigan State Univ., E. Lansing, (517) 353-4604. MCCC -286-8000 X320. OCTOBER 8 Pops Concert, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hayman conducting. Ford Aud., 8:30 pm. 8-9 The Bill Eians Trio, Music Bldg., Aud., M.S.U., 8 pm & 11 pm, Special guest: The John Payne Band. 9 Guarneri Quarter at U of M, Ann Arbor Concert Dance. Serero Ballet, 1610 S. Woodward, 2:30 pm. 10 Les Ballet Trockader De Monte Carió, 6:30, Music Hall. Brookside Jazz Sextet, Art Gallery of Windsor, 2 pm. Pops Concert, Detroit Symphony . Orchestra, Richard Hayman, conducting, Ford Aud., 8:30 pm. Senior Organ Recital, wsu Community Arts Aud., Cass at Kirby, 3:30 pm. 13 George Benson, Hili Aud., Ann Arbor, 763.2071, 8 pm. 14 Ted Nugent, Montrose, and Jay Ferguson, at Cobo. All American Bands (Army Marching Bands) Wings Stadium, FREE, 8 pm. 14-15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Aldo Ceccato, conducting, Ford Aud., Thurs., 8:30 pm, Fri., 10:45 am. 15-16 Stars of New York City Ballet, Patricia McBride, Jean-Pierre Bonnefous, Music Hall. SWj PPV P9I Pl Wm P JH (Continued from previous page) The Blind P9, 208 S. First St., 9944780: 106 & 13, Andy Sacks and Friends; 108-9, Alt Directions; 10 11, Boogie Woogie Red; 1015-16, Robert Jr. Lockwood ($1.50). Cover $1 upstairs only Mon. & Wed.; $1 cover up & down on weekends. Blue Frogge, 611 Church St. (off South University), 995-5955: Disco Mon.Sat. Del Rio, 122 W. Washington St., 7612530: Every Mon. lunch, 12-1:30, gultarist Gale Benson; every Sun. afternoon beginning at 5:30 live iazz, free. Mr. Flood's Party, 120 W. Liberty, 9949824: 106 & 13, Longhorn, $.75; 107, All Directions, $.75; 108-9, Jawbone, $1.50; 1010 & 17, Gwen & Kevin; 1011, Fred Small; 1012, Gemini; 1014, Tucker Blues Band, $.75; 1015-16, Stoney Creek, $1.00; every Fri. afternoon, 4:30-7:30, Mike Smith and His Country Volunteers, free. Golden Falcon, 314 Fourth Ave., 7613548: Every Sun., Benson & Drellis Quartet; every Mon., II V I Orchestra; every Wed., Headwind; every Thurs., Mike Neal & Chuck Perraut; every Fri. & Sat., Melodioso. $lcover. Heidelberg, 215 N. Main, 663-7758: Every Fri. & Sat., Mustard's Retreat in the Rathskeller, no cover. Jackson Rd. Logging Company, 2800 Jackson Rd. (in the Ramada Inn), 769-0700: Disco every night except Mon., $1 cover. Page One, Arborland Shopping Ctr., 971-6877: Salazar nightly, $1 cover on weekends. Pretzel Bell, 120 E. Liberty, 7611470: Every Fri. & Sat., The RFD Boys. The Roadhouse, North Territorial at U.S. 23, 4 miles north of Ann Arbor: 106, 8-9, The After Hours Band. Open 9 pm-2 am Wed., Fri. & Sat. Rubaiyat, 102 S. First St., 663-2401: Every Fri. & Sat., Celebration; every Tues. & Thurs., disco. Sandlewood Lounge, 100 S. Fourth Ave. (n the Ann Arbor Inn), 7699500: Reelin' Kyie every Mon.-Sat. i Mixed Bag every Sun.; also downstairs in the Pub, Mixed Bag every Fri. & Sat. Second Chance, 516 E. Liberty St., 994-5350: 106-10, Shooter; 101 1, Mojo Boogie Band; 1012, Lightnin'; 1013, Jedidiah; 1014, After Hours; 1015-17, Cheap Trick. Cover weekaays $1 students$l.SO others; weekends $1.50 student: $2 others. - Westbank, 2900 Jackson Rd. (in the Holiday Inn West), 665-4444: Birch & Co. every night but Sun. YpManti Casa Nova Restaurant, 11 w. Michigan Ave., 483-3027: Every Wed.-Sat., Sequoia, no cover. Hungry Charlie's, 705 W. Cross, 4826271: Pete Miller with John & Ned every night, 9:30, $.50 cover. Huron Hotel & Lounge, 124 Peral St., 483-1771: Disco nightly; Mon. is Greek night, Thurs., ballroom dancing. The Pub, 205 W. Michigan Ave., 4852573: Every Wed.-Sat., Denny Brown & Jan Cole beginning at 9:30 (organ, piano & drums). Spaghetti Bender, 23 N. Washington, 485-2750: Every Sun., 9-1 1, Stoney Creek, no cover, no minimum, food served Uil 12. The Sure Thing, 327 E. Michigan Ave., 482-7130: Live rock bands Mon.Sat. T.C. 's Speakeasy , 207 w. Washington, 483-4470: Every Sun., John Jocques; every Mon. & Tues., Mike ; Lebert; every Wed. & Thurs., Ty Cool; every Fri. & Sat., TyCool & c Mark Hurst. East Lansing Liazrd's Underground, 224 Abbott Rd., E. Lansing, 517-351-2285: Oct. 6-9, Red Mountain String Band; Oct. 10-12, Jawbone; Oct. 13-16, Austtn Carter Round Up; Oct. 17, Contemplation; Oct. 1819, Lost Canyon Drifters. Hobies, 930 Trowbridge, E. Lanslng, 517-351-3800: Oct. 8, Schrieber & Pinkney;Oct. 9, John Campbell; Oct. 10, PhyHisCostello;Oct. 11, Northern Lights;Oct. 12, Joe Gaifka;Oct. 13, Northern Lights; Oct. 14, Native Sons; Oct. 15, Schrieber & Pinkney. Peanut Barrel, 521 E. Grand River, E. Lansing, 517-351-0608: Oct. 610, Straten Nelson Rosenberg Band Oct. 13-17, Orange Lake Drive (formerly Lotharian); Oct. 20-24 Josh White, Jr. Great Steak246 E. Saginaw, E. Lansing, Oct. 7-9, Rose; Oct. 10-12, 14-16 21-23, 28-30, Trump. THEATRE Detroit & Suburbs "The Hot L Baltimore," by Lanfor Wilson, Oct. 21-23, 28-30, 8:30 pm, Studio Theatre, WSU (downstairs at the Hilberry Theatre). "Of Thee I Sing" by Gershwin, Oct. 1217, 20-24, at 8 pm, Quirk Auditorium, EMU, 487-1221. Coming Nov. 5, Arthur Miller's, "The Crucible." "House of Blue Leaves," Oct. 8-10, 15-17, Fri. & Sat. 8:30, Sun. 7:30, The Theatre, Marygrove College. "Man and Superman," by George Bernard Shaw, Meadow Brook Theatre, Thurs.-Sat., 8:30 pm, Oct. 7-9, 1016, 17-23. "Fiddler on the Roof", coming to the Fisher Theatre, Oct. 5 for 5 weeks. Jtratford 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. "A Raisin In The Sun", by Lorraine Hansbjsrry, Oct. 12-24, The Performing Arts Company, 355-0148. "A Toucfi of Spring," comedy by Samuel Ta,ylor, curtain time: 8:30, Fri. Oct. tfSat., Oct. 2; Oct. 8, Oct. 9; Oct. 15, Oct. 16 at the Will-OWay Repertory Theatre, 755 West Long Lake Rd., in Bloomfield Hills. 6444418. Four week run. "The Women", now thru Oct. 10, Okemos Barn Theatre, 8 pm, E. Lansing. "The First Breeze of Summer", Oct. 15-16, 22-23, 8:30 pm, Oct. 17-24, 2:30. Bonstelle Theatre, 3425 Woodward nr. Mack. "As You Üke It", by Wílliam Shakespeare, Oct. 8 thru Feb. 19, at the Hilberry Theatre, 577-2972. "The Miser", by Moliere, Oct. 15, Hilberry Theatre, 577-2972. Ann cArbor "Othello" by William Shakespeare n the Power Center, Oct. 13-17; 7640450 or 763-3333 for info. "I Do, I Do"- dinner theatre at the Ann Arbor Inn every Fri. & Sat. thru Oct. 16, 769-9500 for info. CAMPUS HAPPENINGS MACOMB COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Fri. Nite at the Flicks, South Campus, K Bldg.,S1.00: Oct. 8, 8 pm, "Duck Soup"; Oct. 22, "Lenny"; Nov. 5, "Chinatown." Cinema Series for Little People, South Campus, "S" Bldg., $.50, 10:00 am: Oct. 9, "The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffen"; Oct. 23, "The Mouse That Roared." Workshops: Oct. 13, 8:30 am, Prejudice & Inhumanity Workshop, Center Campus, Auditorium C 101. SHAW COLLEGE Oct. 8: Political Hop. Oct. 12: Student Government Elections. Oct. 13: Social Science Seminar. Oct. 15: Disco Dance. SCHOOLCRAFT COLLEGE Oct. 8 at the Waterman Center, Silver Screen's Nite: "Chinatown" with Jack NicholsonFaye Dunaway, 710 pm, contact office of Student Actiiiities. CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY Are We There Yet?, by Daune Oiane Vreuls, Oct. 12-23, 25, 8 pm, Bush Theatre. Foreign Film Series: "Z", by Costra Gavras, Pearce 128, 7:30 pm; "The Garden of the Finzi-Continis", Pearce 128, 7:30 pm. Pottery, Oct. 11-22, John Glick, Creative Arts Gallery. CMU Faculty Show, Oct. 11-29, Ed Epping, Dave Fisher, Peggy Diggs, University Gallery, South Arts Studio. Choral Concert, Oct. 12, Warriner Aud., 8 pm. OAKLAND UNIVERSITV OCTOBER 7-31: Man and Superman, Comedy, Meadow Brook Theatre. 8, 9: "An Evening of One Acts", 8:15, Studio Theatre, Varner Recital Hall. 13: Student Recital, 8-10 pm, Varner Recital Hall. 14-16: "An Evening Of One Acts," 8:15 Studio Theatre, Varner Recital Hall. 14: Free Film-"Mutiny on the Bounty," 7:30 pm, Avon Twp. Library, 210 W. University Dr. 15: PhilWoods Concert, 8:00 pm, Varner Hall.