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Orchestra Hall benefit offers
ON WASHTENAW AVE.
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Sat. & Sun.
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Howdy Doody time once again
By ANITA CRONE "Save Orchestra Hall" marched Bringing back memories were
special to The Daily around outside; inside Mischa commercials for "Wonder Broad,
DETROIT - Orchestra Hall is Michakoff, former concert mas- the bread that builds strong
an old building, but last night it ter of the Detroit symphony or- bodies 12 ways" and Hostess
was young and alive as WXYZ chestra played violin to an empty Cupcakes, when they cost ten
and WRIF presented the Buffalo hall. cents complete with crea- fill-
Bob Smith Howdy Doody Show. A movie version of the tenth ing and white squiggles.
Young and old were there, anniversary show of Howdy Dilly Dally made an appeal-
Among the oldest was Daisie Doody followed, complete with ance in the second part of te
Barrie. Barrie was more inter- Howdy Doody, Claribel the show, as did Flubadub and the
ested in Orchestra Hall than in Clown, Phineas T. Bluster, Pi- rest of the puppets. It ws like a
Howdy Doody. In her 24 years in erre the Chef, Chief Kowabonga return tohSaturday morning tele-
Detroit, she has seen concert and, of course, Buffalo Bob, vision.
artists-the classical greats- - -- -
perform there. Last night she Finally, in the first live ap-
saw what may become a classic. R ock cpncerts earance of the evening, Buffao
If you judge from the crowd, it Bob, splendiforous in his blue tni-
already is. form with buckskin trim and
Detroit society was there. Lions roll to iorroW pants that had been let out at
least two inches, tried to brhig
star Alex sarras arrived in his Neither threats of police har- the crowd back to its childhood,
shorts and suspenders. Even the- rassment, nor the complaints of Hoeewe a hl,
president of the Belvedere Con~ n vc However when I was a chil,
ptresidentCof atheBleere Con- local residents have seriously dis- I wouldn't have known Nvt to
struction Co. was there, 5 bit turbed the Sunday rock concerts do with the "zig-zags" o tod
more formally attired. in Diana Oughton Memorial in th piano.
The program started with a Park. In fact, there is another in the piano.
"Save Orchestra Hal" flick - one this weekend, And Bob's jokes would hay
picketers with signs proclaiming This Sunday, starting around been a bit much for the five- and
2:30 p.m., Brat and Rastah will six-year-olds the Howdy Doody
bplyng show was geared to Such stoae
Diana Oughton M e m o r i a as Jack and Jill weut to the
Park is located at Geddes Rd. hill; every morning Jill feels ill
and Huron Pkwy. Come early -she forgot to take her pil."
and take a dip in the delightfully And "Joe Namath throvrs a Or-
green Huron River. ward pass, Dean Martin likes to
genHrnRvrtip his glass; and Agnew likes to
show his ass." All these vee
done in song.
r M SUMMER JOBS The show ended with liniia-
SENACT tions of composers from Mozart
Wr E C to Bacharach playing chopsticks
CK BAND'Wkon lead pat deteton in the style approprie to them.
C B project in Detroit area
In short, as a benfit to save
FILL OUT APPLICATION AT: Orchestra Hall, it :s hoiped that a
ENACT lot of money was ra se. The en-
Huron 146F SNR tire hall was filled.
But after an hour, my ilbehind
Mon. P.M. & Tues. begin to hurt and the jokes ce-
iS Y Y S YOther projects coming ed to be quite as funny as they
MEY. WY564Y. __________"_t~e-e'~i~n!"'
ffup later had been in the begining Ater
- - - that length of time, Buffal Bob
can get on your nerves. But then
the Howdy Doody show otly
lasted an hour. It's a sham w
couldn't change the channel.
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