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Motor City Edutainment Guide

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
October
Year
1976
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I cMOVIES (Detroit & Suburbs Detroit Film Theatre at the Art Institute, 7 and 9:30: Oct. 8, "The Goalkeeper's Fear of the Penalty" (Germany-1973); Oct. 9, "The Exterminating Ángel" (Mexican1962) ; Oct. 10, 'The Red Snowball Tree" (U.S.S.R.-1974); Oct. 15, "Kaseki" (Japana974); Royal Oak Public Library Sound Film Series, 222 E. 11 Mile, FREE 6:30 pm: Oct. 14, "Seventh Veil" wlth James MasonAnn Todd. U of M-Dearborn: Room 179 E.L.B. - Adm. $1.00;"American Film Series: Oct. 6-10, "Maltese Falcon". Foreign Film Series: Oct. 6-10, "Satyricon"Oct. 13-17, "Death In Ven ice". Cass City Cinema, First Unitarian Churcti, Cass & Forest, 7:30 & 10:30 pm, $1.50: Oct. 8 & 9, "Rules of the Game" (1939-France); Oct. 15 & 16,' "The Conversaron" (1974U.S.A.). Schoolcraft Cinema Series, 18600 Haggerty Rd., Livonia.Oct. 8, "The Searchers";Oct. 15, "Shane"; Info: 591-6400 ext. 445. The Detroit Institute of Arts (Russian Film Series): Oct. 10, 'The Red Snowball Tree". "Tunnel Vision": Dearborn, Punch & Judy, Quo Vadis, -Holiday, Troy, Bel Air, Galaxy, Jolly Roger, Wayne. "Billy Jack": Beacon East, Calvin Farmington 4, Hampton, Roseville, Showboat, Showcase-Sterling Hts., Showcase-Pontiac, Tel-Ex cinema. "J.D.'s Revenge": Palms. "Devil Woman'V'Dragons Never Die": Adams. "The Spook Who Sat By The Door": Madison, Mercury. "The Producers'V'A Touch of Class": Gateway, Pontiac Malí, Tel-Ex Cinema, Livonia Malí, Somerset Inn, Warren Cinema City, Macomb Malí, Southland, Woods. "Gone in 60 Seconds": Fairlane, Radio City, Kingswood, Showcase-Sterling Hts., Abbey, Oíd Orchard, Taylor, Eastland, Parkway, Wyandotte. "The Return Of a Man Called Horse": Dearborn, Livonia Mali, Quo Vadis, Macomb Malí, Showcase-Sterling Hts., Movies at Lakeside, Southland, Eastland, Pontiac Malí Towne. "End of the Game": Americana, Movies at Fairlane, Movies at Lakeside, Old Orchard, Terrace, ShowcasePontiac, Warren Cinema City. "Murder By Death": Americana, Mowas Laparisien, Beacon East, Somerset Mali, Farmington 4, Southgate. "The Omen": Allen Park, Carousel, Movies at Fairlane, Showcase-Sterling Hts., Hampton, Movies at Lakeside, Warren Cinema City, Livonia Mali, Movies Prudential Center, Woods, Birmingham, Macomb Mali, Quo Vadis. "GoneWith The Wind": Americana, Mai Kai, Southgate. "Logan's Run": Berkley, Civic-Detroit, Farmington Civic, Movies-Prudential, Northgate Cinema, Shores Madrid, I Tel-Ex, Carousel, Èsquire, MainRoyal Oak, Penn-Plymouth, Showboat. "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox" "Sherlock Holmes. Smarter Brother" Abbey, Parkway, Towne, Vogue, Wyandotte Main. "Harry and Walter Go To New York'7 "Shampoo": Dearborn, Quo Vadis. "Silent Movie": Americana, Allen Park, Showcase-Pontiac, Terrace, Movies at Fairlane, Movies at Lakeside, Warren Cinema. "St Ives": Bloomfleld, Movies at Fairlane. "Cannonball": Alger, Northgate, Taylor Cinema, Ecorse Rd., Pontiac, Farmington 4, Norwest, Tel-Ex Cinema, Algiers, Fort George, Van Dyke, Abbey, Gateway, Showbcat, Vlllage, Dearborn, Gratiot, Willow. "Twilight People'V'Super Dude'7 "BossNigger'7'Tough": Fox. "Blazing Saddles"- 7 & 10, "The 12 Chairs"- 8:30 only, "Steppenwolf" -12 midnlght, at the Cabaret. cAnn cArbor Ann Arbor Film Co-op, Aud. Angelí Hall or Modern Languages Bldg., U of M, 769-7787: Showtlmes 7 & 9, adm. $1.25. 106, "What?" (1974, Roman Polanskl) 7 only, Tïr. No" (1962, Terrance Young) 9 only: 107, "McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971, Robert Altman); ■" 108, "King of Marvin Gardens" (1972, Bob Rafelson) 7 & 10:30, "Drive, He Said" (1971, Jack Nicholson) 8:45 only- MLB 3, "Bedazzled" (1967, Stanley Donen) LMLB 4; 109, "International (House" (1933, Edward Sutherland) 7 & 10:30, "Reefer Madness" (1936, Leo Gasnier) 8:45 only- MLB 3, "The Hired Hand" (1971, Peter Fonda) 7 only, "The Last Movie" (1971, Oennis Hopper) 9 only- MLB 4 1010, "Valerie And Her Week of Wondere" (Czechoslavakan, 1971, Jaromil Jires) 7 & 10:30; "Love" (Hungarlan, 1971, Karoly Makk) 8:45 only- MLB 4; 1012, "That'M Be The Day" (1974. Claude Whatham) 7 only, "Stardust (1974, Mlchael Apted) 9 only- Aud. A; 1013, "Diary Of A Chambermaid" (French, 1964, Luis Bunuel) 7 only "The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes" (1970, Billy Wilder) 9 only -Aud. A; 1014, "The Passion Of Anna" (Swedish, 1970, Ingmar Bergman) 1015, "The Wild Child" (French. 1970, Francois Truffaut) 7 only, The Red Shoes" (1948, Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger) 9 only- MLB 3, "Beware Of A Holy Whore" (Germán, 1970, Rainer Werner Fassbinder) 7 & 10:15, ""Atta Cinema Guild, Old Architecture Aud. (Tappan 8. Monroe), 662-8871: Showtimes 7 & 9:05, adm. $1.25. 106, "Wild Strawberries" (Swedish, 1959, Ingmar Bergman); 107, "War Of The Worlds" (1953, Byron Haskin) ; 108, "African Queen" (1951, John Huston); 109, "Philadelphia Story" (1940, George Cukor); 1010, "Umberto D" (Italian, 1952, Vittorio deSica); 1012, "Little Foxes" (1941,Wllam Wyler) 1013, "All These Women" (Swedsh, 1964, Ingrflar Bergman); 1014, "Forbidden Planet" (1956, F.M. Wllcox) 1015, "Phantom Of The Paradise" (1974,Brian dePalma): Cinema II, Aud. A-Angell Hall, U of M, 769-7787: Showtimes 7 & 9, adm. $1.25. 108, 'The French Connection" (1971, William Friedkin); 109, "Amarcord" (Itallan, 1974, Federico Fellini); 1010, "Mother And The Whore" (French, 1973, Jean Eustaee); 1015, Animation People's Bicentennial Commission Film Series, Natural Science Aud., U of M, 994-0770: Showtimes 7 i 9, adm. $1.25: 107, "Sleeper" (Woody Allen); 1014, "Seduction Of Mimi". Women's Studies Film Series, Natural Science Aud., u of M, 763-2047: Showtlme 7 pin, no admission charge. 1011, Teil Me Where It Hurts" (78 min., 1974) MLB 3; fEVENTS Feminist Women's Club: Information: 964-0598. Oct. 12, Crime Prevention Seminar; Oct. 15, The Festival Dancers of Metropolitan Detroit, $3.00 nontmembers, $2.00 bers; Fall Classes (already in progress) : Women's Aicoholism Discussion, Wlne Tasting, Dancersize, Beginning Astrology, Drama, Square Dancing, Yoga, Rap Group, Fair Housing For Plants, Childrens' Swirrv ming, Adult Swimming, Beginning Sewing. Cali for information. Kresge Art Gallery, through Oct. 10, Michigan Folk Art. Hrs.: M-F, 9-5 pm; Tues., 7-9 pm; Sat. & Sun., 1-4 pm. Boys' Club Alumni Reunión & Dance, Ot. 23, 8 pm, Knights of Columbüs Hall, 4381 Larkins. Michigan State Fairgrounds: Oct. filo, Michigan Dept. of Commerence Trade Shop, Community Bldg.; Oct. 8-10, Frank's Craft & TrinrvShow, Michigan Mart Bldg., Oct. 12-14, Electronics Trade Show (Midwest Products), Community Arts Bldg., Oct. 15, U of Detroit West Indian Day Extravaganza. 19th & 20th Century Paintings & Draw ings, Oct. 12-Nov. 25, Klein-Vogel,' 4520 N. Woodward, Royal Oak. Bike-A-Thon, Oct. 9, Edward Hines Parkway (Haggerty Rd. to Ford Rd.) for details, 722-3055. Wayne County Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children & Adults. West Indian Karnaval Extravaganza with Steel Band, Reggae Music, Calypso Singers from Trinidad, 8 pm til midnight, State Fair Coliseum, Oct. 15-17. Norse Exhibit Preview Supper, International Institute, TR1-8600, Oct. 11. Oct. 15-16, Constitutional Liberties& Urban America, WSU Community Arts Aud., Frl., 2:30 pm, Sat., 10 am. Experimental Dance, danceconcert, Sevro Ballet, 1610 S. Woodward, 2:30 pm, Oct. 9. 17th Annual Midwest Antiques Forum: Museum curators, maior collectors and well-known experts on Americana present lectures and exhibits of architecture, ceramics, furniture, fashion and music from 1789-1837. Henry Ford Museum, Oct. 17-22. Ballet Folklórico De Mexico, Internationally famous Ballet troupe. At Masonic Temple, 8:30 pm. Scarab Club Benefit Bicentennial Art Auction: Scarab Club of Detroit, 7 pm. Royal Lipizzon Horse Show, 8 pm, Sat., Oct. 30; 2:30 pm, Sun., Oct. 31, Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo. Hershelf (Bookstore), 2 Highland, 6 blks. S. of Davlson, H.P., 869-4045: Oct. 11, Manicure Madness wKaren Haydu, 8 pm, Free; Bioenergetics wBetty Kozlckl, 8 pm, Free. Rosa Parks Benefit, Speakers: Coretta King, Ruby Oee & Ossie Davis, Cobo Hall, tickets- $25, Sun., Oct. 10. Gala Fund Raising for "Sister Cinema", 3 pm, Cass City Cinema, lst Unitarian Church, Cass at Forest: The Wild Party, by Dorothy Arzner, w Clara Bow, 1929 movie. Also featuring other films by local feminist film makers. Wine & cheese served, $3.00, for further info: Claudia, 823-1347. anscos BOGART'S, 26355 Michigan Ave., Inkster, 277-7651. Disco every night. BOOGIE DOWN LOUNGE, 9933 Greenfield (betw. Chicago and Plymouth) 835-5811. Open every night. 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, TerraNova. CRACKER'S, 1403 S. Commerce nr. 15 Mile, 624-6662: Mon-Sat., Tues., dance lessons. DIAMOND LOUNGE, 15350 Fenkell (1 bik. east of Greenfield) 493-9635, Thurs.-Sun., D.J. Sweet Jerry. ELEPHANT DISCO, Livernois 8. Long Lake Rd., Troy, 879-6 810, Disco every night. GIRAFFE, Raleigh House, 10 Mile & Telegraph, Southfield, 353-4451. GRAPEVINE LOUNGE, 13519 Joy Rd. at Schaefer, 834-4342: Andy Adams, Johnny Robert, Fast Eddie, DJ.'s. GOLDEN COACH, 30540 Van Dyke, Warren, 5 73-7850. Open every night except Sun. GREEN'SPLAYROOM LOUNGE, 8121 Linwood, 896-4530, D.J.-The Rag Man on Mon., Thurs., and Sun. LATÍN QUARTER, Grand Blvd. At Woodward, TR5-6600: Disco every Wed. THE LANDING, 26060 Southfield Rd., Southfield, 55 7-5035. Open seven nights, cover charge of $5.00, Including 2 drlnks, dinlng upstairs. MURPHY'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE, 8648340: D. J. Rappin' Roge every nlte. OCIE'S PARADISE LOUNGE, 8202 Fenkell, 861-5111. Open every nlte with DJ. Rappin' Rino. OLIVER'S, 16360 Harper, nr. Whlttler exit off 1-04, 881-7230. Disco dancing to: Circus. ONE FLIGHT DOWN. Dix Hwy., Melvindale, 383-1116. POISON APPLE, 38418 Ford Rd., Westland, D.J. John every nlght. 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 & Brent Hudson. UNCLE SAM'S, 14060 Telegraph at Schoolcraft, Redford, 638-1645. Dancing seven nights a week. SPORTS WSU Athletics Oct. 8: Cross Country, WSU vs. Notre Dame at N. Dame. Womens Tennis, WSU vs. Lake Superior at Lake Superior. Oct. 9: WSU (football) vs. Hillsdale College at 2:30 pm. Womens Tennis, WSU vs. Ferris State at Lake Superior. The Detroit Demons, Michigan's only professional women's football team: Oct. 9, Toledo Troopers; Oct. 23, Philadelphia Queen Bees; Oct. 30, Columbus Pacesetters. All Demon home games will be at Fitzgerald's Field on Sat.'s at 8:00 pm (9 Mile and Ryan). Information: 548-3618 or 542-7250. Harness Racing: Racing nightly at 8 pm through Oct. 23. Daily doublé, two perfectas, a trifecta, and a superfecta nightly. Ten Mile and Dequlndre (just east of 1-75 Fwy.) Hazel Park, 566-1595. Thoroughbred Racing: Races daily at the Detroit Race Course, Mon.-Fri., at 3:30 pm, and on Sat. and holidays at 2 pm. Daily doublé, perfecta, and three trifectas. Schoolcraft and Middlebelt, Livonia. 421-7170. Detroit Pistons, NBA: Oct. 23, Washington, 8:05 pm;Oct. 27, Seattle, 8:05 pm; Nov. 5, Buffalo, 8:05 pm; Nov. 10, Cleveland, 8:05 pm; Nov. 12, N.Y. Knicks, 8:05 pm; Nov. 17, New Orleans, 8:05 pm; Nov. 20, Boston, 8:05 pm; Nov. 24, Philadelphia, 8:05 pm. The Detroit Lions: Oct. 10, 1:00 pm, New England Patriots at Pontiac; Oct. 31, 1:00 pm; Green Bay Packers at Pontiac. RADIO CJOM-FM, 887, Windsor, very middle of the road. WIQB-FM, 103, Ann Arbor, rock station. WIOT-FM, 104.7, Toledo, white rock. WIID-FM, 109.0, Garden City, hourly ethnic shows. WQRS-FM, 105.1, weekdaysclassical, weekendsethnic, folk, big band. WSHJFM, 88.3, top 40progressive (begins Oct. 4). WWJ-FM, 97.1, beautiful music. WMZK-FM, 97.9, foreign language. WSPD-FM, 89.3, Toledo's commercial station. WUOM-FM, 91.7, u of M classical & Jazz. WCAR-FM, 92.3, 24 hour news. WDRQ-FM, 93.1, mostly rockam- housewives, pm - teens. CKLWFM, 93.9, country. WMJC-FM, 94.7, magie radio'70s music. WLDM-FM, 96.5, middle of the road. WJR-FM, 96.3, good listening. WMZK-FM, 97.9, foreign language. WBFG-FM, 98.7, 24 hour religious stereo. WABX-FM, 99.5, progressive rock. WNIC-FM, 100.3, middle of the road. WRIF-FM, 101.1, album rock. WDET-FM, 101.9, public radio community access. WBRB-FM, 102.7, Mt. Clemens, adult contemporary. WMUZ-FM, 103.5, Chrlstian radio. WOMC-FM, 104.3, easy listening Muzak, etc. WJZZ-FM, 106.7, laid back jazz. WWWW-FM, 106.7, albums- mostly rock, some azz. WGPR-FM, 107.5, Detroifs black r&b, some jazz. c4M WJR-AM, 760, Middle of the road. WWJ-AM, 950, News & Information. WCAR-AM, 1130, All news. WXYZ-AM, 1270, Contemporary. WJLB-AM, 1400, Spiritual-iazz, am Soul pm. WSDS-AM, 1480, 6 am to Sunset Modern Country WDEE-AM, 1500, Detroifs modern country. CBEF-AM, 540, Windsor, French Station; music & hourly news. WHND-AM, 560, Monroe, oldies classic gold. CKWW-AM, 580, Windsor, contem'porary middle of the road. I CKLW-AM, 800, Windsor, contemporary rock. WCHB-AM, 1440, Inkster, disco. WPON-AM, 1460, Pontiac, middle of I the road. ■