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THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesday, June 20, 1973

Outdoor concerts ...I Mall. Manch

Outdoor concerts sure are in
full swing now in Michigan . . .
Locally, the season opened
with EMU's "An Evening with
Savoy Brown," a high-energy
boogie-down jamboree at East-
ern's stadium. Hopefully, our
neighboring University will be do-
ing this again this summer.
A little closer to home, t h e
Ann Arbor Community Parks
Program free concerts happen
every Sunday from 2-6 on Otis
Span' Memorial Field (next to
Huron High). Featured artists
this Sunday are the Mojo Boogie
Band, Deliverance, Frut, a n d
the Tate Blues Band. Be sure
to make it on down there for
some open-air boogying.
If you're into traveling a few
miles, Pine Knob Music Theatre
(1-75 and Cashabaw road) is of-
fering some top-notch entertain-
ment this summer. Set on the
bar notes
By GLORIA JANE SMITH
Blues from Brooklyn? Two and
a half years ago, the Brooklyn
Blues Busters thought it was a
fine idea.
Actually, only two current
members hail from the New
York city. But if the n a m e
"Brooklyn" in their title doesn't
hold absolutely true, "B 1 u e s
Busters" certanly does w i t h
Howard Levine (guitar, vocal),
John Nuzzo (harp, vocal), John-
ny Ace (bass, vocal), Gary
Churchill (sax) and Eric Nymies
(drums) laying down some
sounds that shouldn't be missed.
Catch them tonight at Mr.
Flood's Party.
Also this evening: OKRA (jazz)
play at the Blind Pig; RFD
BOYS play at the Pretzel Bell;
Dave Banyase plays at Bimbo's.
THlE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXIII, No. 30--N
Wednesday, Jone 20, 1973
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grounds of one of Michigan's
most popular ski-lodges, the one-
year-old theatre is an interest-
ing construction of orange steel
girders. Acoustics are pretty
good, and even from unreserved
seats on the sloping lawn t h e
stage is easily seen.
This Sunday, Pine Knob fea-
tures Kris Kristofferson and Rita
Coolidge in concert. Texas-born
son of an Air Force pilot, Kris-
tofferson is not only a successful
Nashville-based folk-rock music-
ian but also an upcoming name
in the world of film. (He cur-
rently stars with Bob Dylan in
"Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid").
The following Sunday (July 1),
Pine Knob features John Denver
in concert. Known for his songs
that capture the simple beauty of
the Colorado Rocky Mountain re-
gion, Denver is a fairly diversi-
fied performer (he even juggles)
sending out some exciting but
relatively unamplified sounds.
Also slated for Pine Knob in
t v.
tonigh
0:00 2 4 7151 13 News
: Courtship of Eddie's Father
20 Land of the Giants
04 ABC News-smith Reasoner
30 Blaclliteines
Guest Nala Ahert,astrsnist
50 Flintstones
56 TaolBe Annonced
6:30 0 11 CBSANews-Walter Cronkite
4 13 NBC News-John Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith'Reasoner
SDream of Jeannie-Comedy
24 Dick Van Dyhr--Comnedy (BW)
30 International PerformBanc)
A Concert of Tchaikovsky and
wagner
50 tilliganv island
56 Gu-ten lag Wei Geht's
6:45 56 German Tavelog
1:00 2 Truth or consequences
7 Ta Tell The Truth
9 Reverly IHillhillies
-Comedy
11 To Tell the Truth
13 What's My Line?
00 Nanny and the Prsefosor
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Bowling for Dollars
50 I Love Lucy
50 I Love Lucy-Comedy
5t Zoom
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Festival of Family Classics
7 Wild Kingdom
9 Irish Rovers
13 Truth oe Consequences
00 0tory ofA rizona and Sun City
Narration by Senator Barry
Goldwater
24 Let's Make a Deal
30 Ohio This Week
50 Hogan's heroes-Comedy
56 Consumer Game
8:00 2 11 Sonny and Cher Comedy
Hlour
4 13 Adam-12
7 04 Thicker Than water-
Comedy
9 Woods and Wheels-Camping
20 Burke's Law-Crime Drama
:30 Potpourri
50 iragnet-trime Drama
56 Amteriea13
8:30 4 13 Cool Million-Crime
D~rama
7 24 Movie
"The Crooked Hearts"
9 News-Don West
30 Chan-ese Way-Cooking
50 Mert Griffin
9:00 0 Billy traham Crusade
Special:

the near future are: Mary Trav-
ers (of Peter, Paul and Mary
fame) and B. J. Thomas on June
22; Charley Rich and Waylon
Jennings on June 25; Quicksilver
and Electric Light Orchestra on
June 27; B. B. King on June 28;
Virgil Fox on June 29.
Meadowbrook- Theatre (located
on the Oakland University cam-
pus in Rochester) opened its sea-
son next Thursday (June 28)
with Van Cliburn. The theatre
has both pavilion and lawn seats.
Also upcoming at Meadowbrook
are: Duke Ellington on June 29;
Peter Nero on July 1; Rick Nel-
son and his Stone Canyon band
on July 4; the operatic team of
James McCrackenl and Sandra
Warfield on July 5 & 7; Arthur
Fiedler conducting the Detroit
Symphony on July H; Helen Red-
dy on July 11.
So, get into the outdoor con-
cert scene . . . there's lots of
music and good times out there
for you,
9 International World Series
of Hockey Special
11 Dan August
"The Union Forever,"
20 Ozzie and Harriet
Comedy
30 Toledo City Council
56 June Wayne-Interview
9:30 20 Seven Hundred Club
56 Inner City Freeway
10:00 2 11 Cannon
4 13 Search-Adventure
1 24rOwen Marshall
50 Perry Mason
56 Homewood
Rhythm and hines
11:00 2 4 7 9 11 13 24 News
50 One Step Beyond
-Drama
11:30 2 11 Movie-Comedy
'The Great Bank Robbery"
4 53 Jonny Carson
Joey IBishop
1 0 2Chad Everett at Texas
Medical Center
00Camp Meeting Hour-Religion
50 Move-Science Fiction BW
"First Man into Space."
12:00 9 Movie-Drama
"second-Chance"
1:00 4 7 13 News
In302 Movie-Comedy (BW)
"Nothing but Trouble"
Laurel and Hardy
11 News
3:00 2 News
LONDON (UPI) - Batonde
I)awodou put $15 into his bank
account and was credited by a
computer error with $15,000.
He celebrated his good fortune
by spending it all in two weeks.
Then came the reckoning. He
left jail Thursday after prom-
.ising to attend a bankruptcy
hearing in court.

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