THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, August 4, 1972
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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, August 4, 1972
A scene from 'The Creation'
Celebration of mediaeval
arts set for this weekend
By JIM KENTCH /formed are "The Creation,"
The Middle Ages will live "The Washtub," and "The Most
again when the third annual Pie and the Plum Cake." The
Medieval Festival gets under actors will be in authentic me-
way this weekend n dieval costume and perform on
Events are scheduled for four an on rtage
outdoor locations. The program The concert orchestra, under
includes a presentation of three tegutsanceofncu suchool
medieval plays, ,a concert of students, will include such in-
medieval music, court dancing struments as recorders, a par-
and a juggler. There is no ad- tative organ, a vielle.
mission charge for any of the The court dancing is "pictur-
presentations. esque and pretty to look it,"
The plays that will be per- says festival director Irene
A complete program will be
given at 11 a.m. Saturday at
® gWest Park; 3 p.m. Saturday at
Burns Park; 11 a m Sunday on
the Diag and 3 p.m. Sunday in
The University has provid-
ed $250 for this year's festival
through the literary college,
Rackham, and the art history
department. "It's a really tight
budget," says Goodman. "Our
biggest expense is publicity,
plus.this year we built our
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at door, general admis- Auto Sound Specialist
Sports Arena or at the MILLER'S
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208 E. DAVIS
Ann Arbor, Mich.
BIMBO'S--Gaslighters (Fri., Sat., Sun.)
BLIND PIG--Boogie Brothers (Fri., Sat. only)
DEL RIO--jazz improvisations (Sun. only)
GOLDEN FALCON-George Overstreet Quintet (Fri., Sat. only)
HURON LOUNGE-George Kinsman (Fri., Sat. only)
LUM'S-RFD Boys (Fri., Sat. only)
MACKINAC JACK'S-Radio King (Fri., Sat. only), Washboard
Willie (Sun. only)
MR. FLOOD'S-Washboard Willie (Fri., Sat. only)
ODYSSEY-Salem Witchcraft (Fri., Sat. only)
PRETZEL BELL-Honky Tonk Angels (Fri. only), Buddies in
the Saddle (Sat., Sun, only)
UNION BALLROOM-Brat, Detroit, Guardian Angel, Mobo
Boogie Band (Sat. only)
VILLAGE INN-Cat's Eye (Fri., Sat. only)
MEADOW BROOK-- -Ferrante and Teicher (Fri. only), Detroit
Symphony Orchestra (Sat. only)
OTIS SPANN MEMORIAL FIELD-TNT, Buddies in the Saddle,
Lockinaada, Joseph Harrison, Peter Stark (Sun. afternoon)
PINE KNOB MUSIC THEATER-Neil Diamond and Jackie
DeShannon (Fri., Sat, only), Gentle Jazz Rock Night (Sun.
CAMPUS-Fritz the Cat, shows at 7:00, 9:00.
CINEMA GUILD-Metropolis (Fri., Sat. only), shows at 7:00,
FIFTH FORUM-All night horror extravaganza featuring five
Edgar Allan Poe classics (Fri., Sat. only), show begins at
FOX VILLAGE-Joe Kidd, shows at 7:06, 9:00.
MICHIGAN-What's Up, Doc? continuous daily.
NATURAL SCIENCE AUDITORIUM-Tunnel Warfare (Fri.
only), shows at 7:00, 9:00.
STATE-The Graduate, shows at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00.
ANN ARBOR MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL-West Park and Burns
Park (Sat. only), Diag and Arboretum (Sun. only)
CANOE RENTAL-4325 Jackson Rd.
FARMER'S MARKET-Sat. only)
GREENFIELD VILLAGE-Old Time Summer Festival ,9-6 daily
INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE-Barbour Gym, 8-11 pm
MICHIGAN INVITATIONAL ART EXHIBITION-Rackham
Galleries (Fri. only)
POWER CENTER-Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (8:00 Fri.,
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