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Thursday, January 18, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Thursday, January 18, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

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toneight
6:00 2 4 7 News

HELL,
UPSIDE
DOWN

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Courtship of Eddie's Father
Fllntstones
Sewing Skills

7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tell The Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
50 I Love Lucy
56 Course of Our Times
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Circus
7 Half the George Kirby
Comedy Hour
9 Movie
"Tarzan the Fearless" (33)
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Behind the Lines
8:00 2 The Waltons
4 Flip Wilson
7 Mod Squad
50 Dragnet
8:30 50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 Movie
4 Jack Benny's First Farewell
Show
7 Kung Fu
9 News
56 An American Family
9:30 9 Happy Though Married

6:30 2 CBS News
4 NBC News
7 ABC News
9 I Dream of Jeannie
50 Gilligan's Island
56 Secretarial Techniques
and Office Procedures
Have a flair for
artistic writing?
If you are interest-
ed in review ing
poetry, and musc,
stories a b out the
arts: Contact Arts
drama, d'ance im

By GLORIA JANE SMITH
Arts Editor
Well, friends . . . it's time to
sort through all those delicious
musical tidbits that float through
our office and serve up a few for
you.
First, a concert clarification.
Contrary to the words on post-
ers now flooding the campus,
UAC-Daystar will present Luth-
er Allison and the Mojo Boogie
Band this Saturday at 8:00 in
Power Center. They are not
bringing Jr. Walker and the All-
stars here. Nor are they bring-
ing Freddie King.
If you purchased tickets be-
fore this big switch, go immed-

Musical bits and pieces
from here and there

iately (if not sooner) to the Un-
ion Lobby to have your ticket
adjusted. If you're without tick-
ets and want to buy some, take
your blues-craving body down to
the Union Lobby now or to the
Power Box Office before t h e
show.
Keep in mind the fate of con-
certs in this town and please re-
frain from smoking and drink-
ing within the auditorium. Just
one miserable cigarette burn on
that stunning carpet and well ...
just never underestimate the
power of the big 'U' to deprive
us of good music.
If you're traveling a few miles

Whc will
survive-in one
one of the
greatest escape
adventures ever!
PANAVSON- COIDR BY DEUXE* _
Soon: "SOUNDER"

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Dean Martin
Streets of San Francisco
This Land
Perry Mason
Masterpiece Theatre
Countrytime
7 News
CBC News
One Step Beyond

CREATIVE REFORM
SHABBAT SERVICE
Cricle-Creative Poetry-Torah Study
Wine and Chalah
8 p.m. FRIDAYS
HILLEL LIBRARY 1429 Hill Street

11:20 9 News
11:30 2 News
4 Johnny Carson
7 Movie
"Lady Killer"
50 Movie
"Santa Fe Trail"
12:00 2 Movie
"The Last Rebel" (71)
9 Movie
"Art of Love," (64)
1:00 4 7 News
1:50 2 Movie
"The Last Command" (55)
3:20 News
(WABX-Airwaves) - Jerry La-
Croix and White Trash have
signed Steve Rillera as their
new drummer. Rillera replaces
Bobby Ramirez, who recently
died in Chicago after a bar
fight. The fight reportedly start-
ed because Ramirez wore his
hair long.

to Detroit for concerts, T h e
Divine Miss M, Bette Midler will
appear at Masonic Aud. this Sun-
day. And further in the future,
Traffic will appear at C o b o
Hall Feb. 6.
For those of you who prefer
to experience concerts amid the
comforts of your living room,
ABC presents In Concert tomor-
rom night at 11:30. Headlining
the program will be The Grand
Funk Railroad. All fees for GFR's
concert in New York's Madison
Square Garden will be donated
to Phoenix House, the nation's
number one drug-free treatment
center. Also featuring Freddie
King and Blackgrass in concert,
the program will be televised on
Channel 7 and the stereo por-
tion will be simulcast on WRIF-
FM, 101.1.
* * *
Apple Records recently a n -
nounced the release of Approxi-
mately Infinite Universe, a new-
ly-recorded two record set by
Yoko Ono, produced by Y o k o
Ono and John Lennon. On t h e
album, you will find 22 new songs
written and arranged by Yoko,
featuring instrumental accom-
paniment by John Lennon and
the Plastic Ono Elephants Mem-
ory Band.
* * *
From Canada comes the sound
of Jack Schechtman, a fine folk-
singer who deserves some notice.
A few months back, Columbia re-
leased his debut album Jack
Himself from Soup to Nuts (KC
31339), off which D.J.s have re-
cently begun playing the c u t
"Blind Faith." Rumor hasit that
he may appear at the Ark some-
time soon. Having had the op-
portunity to hear him relate to an
audience, all I can say is that I
hope the rumor's true. By the
way, look for a review of his al-
bum soon on the Arts page.
While I'm on the subject of
Columbia Records . . . Aretha
Franklin has finally returned to
the company, after five years
with Atlantic Records. Recently
released is Aretha: The F i r s t

Twelve Sides (Columbia KC 31-
953).
And now to squelch some ru-
mors . . . Rolling Stone maga-
zine clarifies that Cat Stevens
"never had leukemia, does not
have leukemia, and does not
plan to have it in the future."
Guess we can all breath a sigh
of relief. WABX Air Waves, says
that Cheech and Chong d e n y
claims that they plan to do a
TV special. They also disclaim
any intention to do a movie with
Ringo Starr - instead they plan
to star in and write the screen-
play for their own movie. Now,
that should be interesting.
* * *
Well, the South African govern-
ment's done it again. WABX-Air-
waves says that the government
has banned the Osmond Broth-
ers' single "Crazy Horses." Ac-
cording to the Osmonds, the song
is about pollution-causing engin-
es; South Africa thinks it refers
to heroin.
It was some coincidence 1 a s t
December when Helen Reddy
gave birth to an eight pound,
four ounce boy on the same day
that her single "I am Woman"
was certified gold by the R.I.A.A.
Capitol records reports that
mother, child (named JArdan
Sommers Wald) and gold single
are all doing find and that Red-
dy has already begun scheduling
dates for a spring concert tour.
* * *
Spring will bring a special mu-
sical treat to some Michigan city
this year - exactly which city
is still uncertain. United Artists
is currently booking an acoustic
road show tour of college cam-
puses that will be free of charge
to students. Beginning the first of
April and running through most
of May, the show will feature
such acts as The Nitty Gritty
Dirt Band, Brinsley Schwarz,
Doc Watson, Spencer Davis,
George Gerdes, Country Gazette,
and Asleep At The Wheel.
In the tradition of past Ann
Arbor Blues festivals, final fig-
ures show that the Ann A r b o r
Blues and Jazz Festival 1972 ac-
tually came out in the red finan-
- cially - to the tune of approxi-
mately 3,600, according to Rain-
bow Multi-Media. Despite finan-
cial loss and due to cultural and
musical success, there will in all
likelihood be an Ann Arbor Blues
& Jazz Festival 1973.
* * *
According to Rolling Stone, Ro-
berta Flack is finally back at

Helen Reddy

work after an auto accident
which totalled her new Citroen
early in December. Bassist Jer-
ry Jemott, who lost control of
the car while driving into Man-
hattan from theairport, suffered
a dislocated shoulder and a brok-
en nose, while guitarist Cornell
Dupree had bone fractures and
required plastic surgery. Rober-
ta, who also required plastic
surgery on her lip, has found
her singing not affected by the
injury. She has a European tour
scheduled from mid-January
through early February.
Does Satanic rock interest you?
Well, you may want to check out
The Occult Explosion, an album
based on Nat Freedland's fast-
selling Putnam book of the same
title. Scheduled for release on
United Artists in late March, the
two-set album includes dialogues
with leading figures in the fields
of astrology, spiritualism, witch-
craft, ESP, and psychic power,
and music by England's Black
Widow.
Well, friends . . . just can't
keep babbling endlessly .
enough is enough. But, keep the
faith . . . musical news tidbits
float in every day and I'm sure
you'll hear from me again.

GUILD HOUSE-802 Monroe
Friday Noon Luncheon
BUFFET-35c
12 NOON
Speaker: PROF. RICHARD EDWARDS
Chairman, Hist. of Art
"Traditional and Contemporary
Arts inCina"
Following Theme: "China, Its People and Relationships"
FRIDAY EVENING-6 P.M.
MEXICAN DINNER-$1.15
Phone Reservations 662-5189 or 663-2362

ONE SHOW
ONLY TONIGHT
AT 7 P.M.
Cinema 5 presents
The Sorrow
and
Directed by
Marcel Ophuls

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ENGIN-
IN
IS The professional art of applying science
to the optimum conversion of natural resources to the
benefit of man."
Stanford School of Engineering's wide-ranging programs
offer qualified men and women exciting avenues to rewarding,
satisfying, professional careers.
The Stanford School of Engineering is searc'hing for graduate
students from among qualified majors in enginee.ring,
mathematics, and the sciences.
A representative from the school will be on campus to discuss
Stanford's ten engineering departments and interdisciplinary
programs, research opportunities, the financial assistance
available, and othe.r aspects of engineering at Stanford.
January 22, 1973
Make arrangements to meet him through
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Stanford University

Luther Allison, young blues guitarist and singer scheduled to ap-
pear Saturday at 8 in the Power Center.
U~afM.Cellist
U. of M. ,
Tae Kwon Do Club to appe
ANNOUNCES
A The art of music knows n
boundries in providing enjoy
ment for people throughout th
world. And the University Mus
cal Society, a continuing sourc
for programming internation
artists, presents Ko Iwasaki i
Demonstration concert this Wednesday.
A gifted young cellist from
AND Japan, Iwasaki will make hi
I NTRODUCTORY Ann Arbor debut in a concert i
the Choral Union Series at Hi
LESSON Auditorium at 8:30. The prograr
will include: Sonata No. 3 inp
TONITE Thurs., an 18 Major, Op. 69 by Beethoven
, - Sonata for Unaccompanied Cello
Op. 8 by Koday; Elegy by Faure
1:0 .m., Barbour Gym "At the Fountain" by Davidoff
Orientale by Granados ; an(
For information, call: Polonaise Brilliante, Op. 3 b
LAURA, 761-4185 Chopin.
or DON, 763-6274 Iwasaki is truly an internation
al artist, having performed i

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Russia, Korea, Japan, England,
and the United States, with such
conductors as Andre Previn,
Seiji Ozawa, Michael Tilson
Thomas, and Okku Kamu.
Iwasaki has performed with
numerous fine quality orchestras,
some of which are the London
Symphony, the New Philhar-
monia Orchestra of London, and
the Helsinki Orchestra.
Iwasaki has won many honors
in his young career. In 1970 he
was awarded the Tchaikowsky
Competition Bronze Medal and,
in 1969, second prize in the Cas-
sado International Cello Compe-
tition in Florence.
An honor graduate of the Toho
Conservatory in Japan, Iwasaki
came to the United States on a
Fulbright grant to study with
Leonard Rose at the Juilliard
School. Pablo Casals' master
classes in Puerto Rico added the
final touches and, in 1966, Iwasaki
made his New York Debut in the
Young Concert Artists Series at
Carnegie Recital Hall.
Iwasaki performs on a Stradi-
varius cello made about 1690.
The instrument, like the per-
former, is very special as there
are only 50 or 60 Stradivarius
cellos in the world today.

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UAC-DAYSTAR PR ESENTS
THIS SATURDAY NIGHT!
LUTHER
ALLISON
MOJO BOOGIE BAND
$2.50 General Admission
SAT., JAN. 20
Power Center-8:0
DAVID BROMBERG
Wed., Jan. 24, Power Center, $2.50
Adjustments on Jr. Walker tickets may be
made only at the Union or at the door.

LUTHER ALLISON photo: Doug Fulton

TICKET OUTLETS: MICHIGAN UNION 11-5:30, M-Sat.; SALVATION
RECORDS 10-7, Mon.-Sat.; in Ypsi at NED'S BOOKSTORE, 9-5, Mon.--ri.
Sorry, no personal checks.
GENE HACKMAN in WILLIAM FRIEDKIN'S
THE FRENCH CONNECTION
Winner of FIVE Academy Awards!-
e BEST PICTURE,O® BEST DIR ECTOR,@® BEST ACTOR
* BEST SCREENPLAY (from another medium), e BEST EDITING
With the most thrilling chase scene since BULLITT
TONIGHT-January 18th-CO LOR-35mm-7 & 9 p.m.-$1

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THURS./FRI.
A TALE OF
TWO CITIES
Dir. Jack Conway. 1936
with RONALD COLMAN
Faithful to Dickens'
novel, this is one of
Hollywood's best historical
epics. Set in the French
Revolution, it is
particularly memorable
for its presentation of
the Storm of the Bastille
and the frenzy around
the guillotine.

ucrftjE rLI'A
FILMS-Ann Arbor Film Co-op presents Friedkin's The
French Connection in Aud. A, Angell, at 7 and 9; Cinema
Guild presents Conway's A Tale of Two Cities in Arch.
Aud., at 7 and 9:05.
DRAMA-Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents The Lion in
Winter tonight at 8 in Mendelssohn.
MUSIC-Music School presents the U Symphonic Wind En-
semble: Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Daniel Fuller,
guest piano soloist at Hill, 8.
ART-The Ann Arbor Art Association presents a new water-
color show today on the second floor of City Hall from
8 to 5 (runs until April 18). The exhibition of "Post
Conceptual Graphics" by Robert Senn Hauser continues
until January 20 at the Exhibition Hall of the college
of Architecture and Design. A pictorial exhibition de-
picting the countryside and life of the people of Bangla-
desh continues at the Ann Arbor Public Library (runs
until the end of the month).
MIDWESTERN PREMIERE
NEW WORLD FILM CO-OP
PRESENTS
"RAGA"
-FEATURING-

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