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I (7ursday, September 4, 19 t 5

rHE MICHIGAN vRlLY

ThrdySpeme ,19_ . IHGA AL

UAC brings the best
entertainment to the U
(Continued from Page 3) UAC also incorporates the Ar-
a tists and Craftsmen Guild which
and Judy Collins but referring Powers said "has over 500 mem-
to stperformersdeaC Concert bers participating in six major
Co-o Producer Suzanne Young art fairs each year including the
July Ann Arbor Summer Street
asserted, "Hot acts like that Fair."
just haven't been around." World travelers and even do-
mestic vacationers can seek ad-
THIS academic year, the UAC vice from the Center's travel
Concert Co-op, responsible for service which offers chartered
bringing the acts to Ann Arbor, flights at discount rates. The
expects to sponsor Loggins and travel program also organizes
Messina, The Beach Boys and group trips. u
Frank Zappa. Also, many other And those intrigued by world
possibilities are presently being voyages may be interested in
investigated in preparation for what other worlds have to offer,
the 1975-76 schedule. for UAC arranges the Future
Along the creative arts line, Worlds Lecture Series.
Pe~riodical Lunch:4
wayout for writers
(Continued from Page 3) Stopped up to bring these."
change of underwear, the photocopy of my BA."
clothes he wore, a winter coat "Good idea. Well, I just
he did not like that filled the Frank dripped a handful into
larger bag and unable as he the bag. "So long."
was to give it up the plant. i
"I'll go to ed school." Now he "PEANUTS," thought Neil,
felt justified in opening the b'
small bag. Two Havana cigars, but didn't look.
much too heavy on an empty A string hanging from a nail
stomach, and a family size can with a green crayon tied to the
of beets. No change. Maybe end beside a grid labeled con-
someone would be by. About a tinuity, probability, reliability,
month ago when they all said he etc. on top and planned, direct,
looked shakiest it yielded on odd indirect, etc. down the side.
days macadamia nuts, a couple; "Ed school," said Neil and
dates, a half pound of ground marked a box where feasibility
round, a short lid and one hard intersected random.
boiled egg. by Warren Jay Hecht
The door rang. from Babyburgers
"Hi Neil. Any luck?" c 1975 by Street Fiction
"I'm going to write for a Press, Inc.

Poetry: Various outl
for those interested

Page Ni
et

(continued from Page 3) tion-the writing now is much ple. People here now are ver
very alive in the high schools. different than it was in the 20's. very fortunate.'
Many of us involved in poetry at I write simple little lyrics that During a poetry reading giv
the University give readings to would probably seem absurd to- by Joseph Brodsky in 1974,
th Uschooltyngish casses. t day. pr ysstanding-room-only c r o w d li
high school English classes. I day, tened intently as each poem w
have found the kids very excited I first read in Russian by t
and interested. And there is anh it is different a author, as it had originally be
although d written, and was then read
enormous amount of good writ- sometimes I don't know what translation. The audience w
ing going on in town. This year they're talking about," con- not merely patient-they we
we will again feature the origi- tinued Cooley. "There are the sincerely receptive and enthu
nal poetry, and we plan to spon- readings at the MLB and I go astic.
sor readings by prose writers to the bookstores to hear read- Those with an ear and a fan
as well." ings. Back in our time, we for poetry of any kind will mo
CARL POHRT of Centicore didn't have so many opportuni- probably find more opportu
BoCAkstOre1229 .University, ties to hear the words and ties in Ann Arbor than time
Biystrookstores a poems of so many different peo- take advantage of them.
says the bookstore is planning -
a yearlong series of readings f . , '>a ' } f o J}}4
and parties. "We have sched-
uled an autograph party for
Andy Warhol to introduce his
book of poetry, and we're plan---
ning a celebration of Don Hall's
new book when it comes out, ' U
possibly in the- fall," Pohrt said.
"We usually get a fair-sized
crowd, and a large one if the
author is well-known."
Davids Books, 529 E. Liberty,
is also planning to sponsor free For the nicest choice
verse readings. Although the
poetry events at David's Books of fine chinas, crystals,
are often nearly spontaneous,c t
they do attract a good audience. stainless steel and silver
"The readings have a steadys
following," says owner-propriet- you will enjoy shopping
or David. "We have many peo- at the
ple who want the chance to read a
:Y$..their poetry. We plan to con-
tinue the readings this next year Ju::EuDY
JOINLED
a .as long as they continue to be
popular." SHOP
"What is so good here in Ann
" asnArboris the variety of the 601-607 E. Liberty St.
> .. poetry," said Mary Cooley, a
Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS former student tutored by Rob- 668-6779 Ann Arbor k
Another scene featuring the Alvin Ailey Danca Troupe, performing in the Power Center last ert Frost when Frost was in
residence in Ann Arbor in 1928..
year.'I'm from a different genera- a, \

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Coming to Ann Arbor from countries all over the world
-symphony orchestras, string quartets, trios, choral,

Choice Series
POWER CENTER

97th Season
A
Chamber Arts Series
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
GUSTAV LEONHARDT, Harpsichordist ..... MON., OCT. 13
TOKYO STRING QUARTET ................ WED., OCT. 22
MICHAEL LORIMER, Guitarist .................. Fri., Nov. 14
PABLO CASALS

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opera, jazz,

Asian groups, and all types of dance-

offered in the four series listed here, at no increase in
series prices from last year. Single concert tickets are
available in September.
Choral Union Series
HILL AUDITORIUM

MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE
COMPANY ....................FRI. & SAT., OCT. 17 & 18
(three different programs) (aft.) SUN., OCT. 19
MARIO ESCUDERO, Flanenco Guitarist.........SAT., NOV. I
FIESTA FOLKLORICO, Mexico ................ MON., NOV. 3
BOB GREENE'S "World of Jelly Roll Morton" . . WED., NOV. 19
PUCCINI'S "La Boheme,"
Canadian Opera Company................SAT., JAN. 10
CHRISTOPHER PARKENING, Guitarist .........FRI., JAN. 30

TRIO (piano, violin, cello)

.. (aft.) SUN., NOV. 23

HAGUE PHILHARMONIC .
Jean Martinon, Conductor
MONTEVERDI CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA
OF HAMBURG . .
Jurgen Jurgens, Condu ctor
MOSCOW STATE SYMPHONY
Evgeni Svetlanov, Conductor

.SUN., OCT. 5
THURS., OCT. 16
SAT., OCT. 25

BEAUX ARTS TRIO (piano, violin, cello).........FRI., JAN. 16
PRAGUE MADRIGAL ANTIQUA :..... (aft.) SUN., JAN. 25
BERLIN STRING QUARTET ................MON., MAR. 22

THE ROMEROS, Guitar Quartet. ..
DANCERS OF LJUBLJANA, Yugoslavia .
P.D.Q. BACH, with Peter Schickele ... .
ROYAL TAHITIAN DANCE COMPANY
THE PENNSYLVANIA BALLET ...... .
(three different programs)

..... MON., FEB. 9
(aft.) SUN., FEB. 22
.... THURS., FEB. 26
. ... ...MON., MAR. 1
MON., TUES., WED.,
MARCH 29, 30 & 31

WAVERLY CONSORT,
"Las Cantigas de Santa Maria" ........

... THURS., APR. 1

SERIES OF 8: $40, $30, $20

SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA ........SAT., NOV. 8
Alexander Gibson, Conductor
LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC.........THURS., NOV. 20
Zubin Mehta, Conductor

STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC.
Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Conductor

MON., NOV. 24

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. ...(aft.) SUN., JAN. 11
Aldo Ceccato, Conductor; Gina Bachauer, Pianist

SERIES OF ANY 4 CONCERTS: $28, $22, $18, $14
SERIES OF ANY 8 CONCERTS: $56, $44, $36, $28
For brochure with complete details and order form, call, write or come in.
J{VE&SICTY

Asian Series
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
BURMESE NATIONAL
DANCE THEATER. ................. (aft.) SUN., OCT. 26
LHAMO FOLK OPERA OF TIBET ...... (aft.) SUN., NOV. 2

LUCIANO PAVAROTTI, Tenor...........(aft.) S
GULBENKIAN FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
OF LISBON . F

UN., FEB. 15
RL, MAR. 19

ENSEMBLE NIPPONIA .. .

.. THURS., MAR. 4

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