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THURS. JUNE 12
CONCERT WITH DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Valter Poole conducting at the Mich. State Fair Grounds. 8:30 pm.
LUIGI PIRANDELLO’S “Six Characters in Search of an Author” at Bonstelle Theatre, 3424 Woodward. 8:30 pm.
FRI. JUNE 13
*TWO W.C. FIELDS CLASSICS, “The Bank Dick and “Never Give a Sucker an Even Break” will be shown at Rackham Aud. Adm 75 cents for students, $1 General Adm.
FOLK DANCING at the International Institute 8 pm.
ART CARNEY in the Broadway comedy “Lovers” at the Fisher Theatre. 8:30 p.m.
SHAW’S ST. JOAN is being performed at Meadowbrook Theatre, Oakland Univ, 8:15 pm.
VANILLA FUDGE At the Grande Ballroom along with the Frost. $4.00
THE PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND will appear at Meadowbrook Baldwin Pavilion O.U. at 8:30 pm.
* THE GOLD BROTHERS at the Red Roach Coffee House, Plum St. After hours jazz with the New Components, 2–6 am.
SAT. JUNE 14
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK presented by The Student Enterprise Theatre of O.U. in Barn Theatre at 8:30 pm. Adm. $2.00.
* VANILLA FUDGE and the FROST will be appearing at the Grande Ballroom, Grand River & Beverly. $4.00.
WSU BONSTELLE THEATRE presents Pirandello’s “Six Characters in Search of an Author” 8:30 pm.
YOUNG-HOLT, UNLIMITED will entertain you with a swinging jazz concert at Meadowbrook’s Baldwin Pavilion. 8:30 pm.
HEINZ JAEGER Blues Band at the Red Roach Coffee House. Plum St. After hours jazz, 2–6 am.
SUN. JUNE 15
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA perform a concert saluting different countries each night. Michigan State Fairgrounds at 8:30 pm.
DR. ALVIN POUSSAINT. Black psychiatrist will speak at the Shrine of the Black Madonna, 7625 Linwood. 6 pm. Donation: $2.00.
* FREE CONCERT. Detroit Draft Counseling Center, Central Methodist Church. Woodward at Grand Circus Pk. 8–10 pm.
* MUSIC OF GREECE. The Mikis Theodorakis Ensemble. Masonic Temple, 8 pm. Call Fifth Estate for ticket info.
MON. JUNE 16
WSU DANCE WORKSHOP in dance technique, improvisation and composition. WSU Matthaei Building. John Lodge & Warren. 1–4 pm. and 6–9 pm. ’
Today is the birthday of the once great South American revolutionary David de Blake.
FREE MEDICAL SERVICE provided by Open City, 4726 Third at Forest. 6 to 8 pm.
TUES. JUNE 17
* JAZZ AT THE ART INSTITUTE. Bob Snyder and New Orleans jazz in the Sculpture Court, at Detroit Inst. of Arts. 7:30 pm.
FORREST TUCKER in Neil Simon’s comedy hit “Plaza Suite” Fisher Theatre, 8:30 pm.
WED. JUNE 18
PROGRAM. AMERICAN Arabic Council at the International Institute 111 Kirby, 8 pm.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES. “Black Power and White Liberals” with Anthony Perrino, Minister of the First Unitarian-Universalist Church. Rackham Aud. 8:30 pm.
FACING REALITY and sponsoring an educational program. Baran and Sweezy’s “Monopoly Capitalism.” 8:30 pm. 14131 Woodward, Highland Park.
FREE MEDICAL SERVICE provided by Open City 4726 Third at Forest. from 6 to 8 pm.
THURS. JUNE 19
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, performed by the Lafayette Players. Downtown YWCA at 8:30
FRI. JUNE 20
FOLK DANCING at the International Institute. 8 pm.
MONKEY BUSINESS with the Marx Brothers & Million Dollar Legs with W.C. Fields and Ben Turpin at Rackham Aud. 8:30 pm General ad, $1, students 75 cents
THE BAKER STREET IRREGULARS appearing at the Raven Gallery, 12 and Greenfield at 9:30 pm Adm. is $3.50.
JAZZ SESSIONS at the Rappa House till late at night. 96 E. Fisher Frwy.
* THE GOLD BROTHERS at the Red Roach Coffee House, Plum St. After hours jazz with the New Components, from 2–6 am.
SAT. JUNE 21
MUZZLE LOADERS FESTIVAL AT Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. 12 to 5 pm.
SHAW’S ST’ JOAN will be performed at Meadow Brook Theatre, O.U. 8:30 pm.
WSU DANCE WORKSHOP in dance techniques, improvisation and composition. At WSU Matthaei Building, John Lodge and Warren. 1–4 PM and 6–9 pm.
BLUES AND JAZZ at the Red Roach Coffee Hs. with music till 5 am. 5th St. and Plum.
SUN. JUNE 22
CONCERT with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra with Valter Poole conducting. Michigan St. Fairgrounds, 8:30 pm.
FORREST TUCKER in Neil Simon’s comedy: “Plaza Suite” at the Fisher. 7:30 pm.
DRAFT COUNSELING Detroit Draft Counseling Center, Central Methodist Church, Woodwd. at Grand Circus Pk. 8–10 pm.
FREE CONCERT at the Red Roach Coffee hs. anyone can play.
MON. JUNE 23
FREE MEDICAL SERVICE provided by Open City, 4726 Third St., near Forest. 6–8 pm.
TUES. JUNE 24
JAZZ AT THE ART INSTITUTE, with Larry Nazerro in the Sculpture Court at the Det. Inst. of Arts. 7:30 pm.
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, with Valter Poole conducting at Belle Isle, 8:30 pm
WED. JUNE 25
WEDNESDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES Sexual Behavior and Religious Beliefs, sponsored by UCAE in Rackham Aud. 8:30 pm.
FREE MEDICAL SERVICE provided by Open City. Located at 4726 Third St., near Forest St. Doctors will be there from 6 to 8 pm. Call 8312770 for more information.
DETROIT COLLECTS: Selections from the Collections of the Friends of Modern Art. 200 works, from Detroit Area collectors is now on exhibition thru June 22, Detroit, Inst. of Arts.
JUNE 3–30 CASS TECH ART SHOW at the 1st Federal Building, main floor gallery.
JUNE 8–27 CROSSCURRENTS, U.S.A. Exhibit of works by American artists. Pontiac Creative Arts Center, 47 Williams.
JUNE 2–30 TWENTIETH CENTURY AMERICAN Art Exhibition in the J.L. Hudson Gallery, downtown.
WSU 33rd ANNUAL STUDENT ART EXHIBITION at the WSU Community Arts Aud. Gallery, Cass and Kirby. June 6–27.
LAFAYETTE PARK PLAYERS perform “barefoot in the park” June 19, 20, 21 at 8:30 pm. Matinee June 22 at 2:30 pm. Downtown YWCA Admission $2.50