Events Calendar


Fifth Estate # 88, September 18-October 1, 1969

In Cooperation with Detroit Adventure


WOODLAND INDIANS: Their Arts and Crafts. An exciting lecture dealing with this fascinating topic with Donald Sebastion, at the Historical Museum. 3:30 pm.

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in concert with Sixten Ehrling conducting. Soloist is Alicia de Larrocha, pianist. With the Kenneth Jewell Chorale. Ford Aud. 8:30 pm.

FREE MEDICAL CARE courtesy of Open City. Clinic hours from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Better get there a little early, because it will probably be crowded. 4726 Third St.


HIGH ENERGY SOUNDS by the MC5 at the Grande Ballroom. Hear the Five, more together than ever along with Charly Musselwhite. And, a Russ Gibb discount price of $2.50. Better call 834-9348 to find out if Russ has made the big move yet.

BLUES AND MORE BLUES with B.B. King, Albert King, and Bobby Blue Bland at the Eastown Theatre, Harper and Van Dyke. Magic Veil Light Show will be on hand for “trippy” lighting effects. Adm. $4.

SWEET BLUES entertain at the Red Roach down on Plum St. From 9 pm to 2:30 am. Low adm. price too. Plum and Fifth St.

ROCKIN’ MUSIC with the Sunday Funnies and the Poetic Justice at Something Different. Old-time flics and free popcorn between groups. 12 Mile Rd. and Northwestern Hwy in Southfield.

FOLK SINGING AND POETRY READING at the Willistead Gallery of Windsor. 8pm (D.S.T.)

GREEN GUIANAS, a lecture by Art Erickson at the Cranbrook School of Science. 8:15 pm.


KICK IT OUT WITH THE MC5 at the Grande Ballroom. See Rob Tyner and the boys do an exciting new set. Also Charly Musselwhite will be there. Low adm. price of $2.50.

B.B. KING, ALBERT KING, and BOBBY BLUE Bland, with some pretty heavy blues action at the Eastown Theatre. Heavy adm. price too—$4 Magic Jerry on the lights. Harper at Van Dyke.

ROCKIN’ MUSIC with the Sunday Funnies & the Brownsville Station at Silverbell, on top of Bald Mt. Take I-75 to Lapeer Exit, then find Bald Mt. Rd.

THE SKYE and the UNDERGROUND WALL do their things at Something Different, 12 mile and Northwestern Hwy.

IN THE HILLS. Stuart Avery Assemblage, Sweet Charity and the Maxx play at Wamplers Lake Pavilion in the Irish Hills.

DOWN ON PLUM ST. still stands the Red Roach Coffeehouse, with plenty of blues by Sweet Blues and after hours jazz with Larry Nozero Jazz Quintet.

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in concert with Sixten Ehrling conducting. Soloist is Alicia de Larrocha, pianist. With the Kenneth Jewell Chorale. Ford Aud. 8:30 pm.

NEIL SIMON’S BAREFOOT IN THE PARK presented by Student Enterprise Theatre, in the Barn Theatre, Oakland U. Rochester, 8:30 pm


NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC in concert with Seiji Ozawa, conducting and Andre Watts, piano soloist ( Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 3) Hill Aud. Ann Arbor 2:30 pm.

RED ROACH Sunday Concert from 8 pm to midnight with an exotic cafe of International pastries and other delights. Plum St. at 5th.


OPENING SHOW OF Regular Contributing artists, juried by Oscar Piggentini, Director of the J.L. Hudson Gallery at the Detroit Artists Market, 1452 Randolph St. 10 am to 5 pm.

FREE MEDICAL HELP at the Open City Clinic 4726 Third. from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. and they do take other things besides clap cases.


DISCUSSION—WITH FILMS “The Lonely Crowd’ with discussion leader Rev. J. Harold Ellens, of Oakland Community College, Orchard Ridge Commons Bldg. Farmington, 8:30 pm.


INSIDE DAISY CLOVER presented at Oakland Comm. College. It’s free except you either must go with someone who has an I.D. card or borrow one. 7 pm. Take I-696 and Orchard Lake Rd.

VETS AGAINST THE WAR meeting: GI’s and Veterans Against the War in Vietnam will hold its next meeting Sept. 24th at 7 pm at Neuman Hall, 5705 Woodward Avenue. If unable to attend please write to get on our mailing list. ALL ACTIVE DUTY and EX-GIs WELCOME. SEE YOU IN WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 15!!!


OPEN CITY FREE CLINIC is open from 6:30 to 8:30 pm for your convenience, 4726 Third corner Forest.

GALLERY TALK on how hard is land out in Michigan with Harold Glassford at the Detroit Historical Museum. 3:30 pm.

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in concert with Aaron Copland conducting. Ford Aud. at 8:30 pm.


THE BONZO DOG DO-DAH BAND and the Frost provide the action at the Grande Ballroom or Riviera Theatre. Better listen to Russ or call 834-9348 to find out where. Another low adm. price of $2.50.

ERIC BURDON, Savoy Brown and Raven get down to the Eastown Theatre along with magic Jerry and his Light Show. Harper and Van Dyke call 571-5511 for prices.

SOMETHING DIFFERENT has the 3rd POWER and the Skye. 12 Mile and Northwestern Hwy.

HEINZ JAEGER BLUES BAND at the Red Roach coffeehouse, Plum St. and 5th. 9 pm to 2:30 am plus after hours jazz with the Larry Nozero Jazz Quintet. Low adm. prices

ARTS OF THE ORIENT, lecture with Willis F. Woods. Willistead Art Gallery of Windsor. at 9:45 pm. (DST).

SEXUAL REVOLUTION LECTURE SERIES, lecture on Philosophical Interpretations of Love and Sex! Frithjof H. Bergmann speaker. Engineering Society of Det. Aud. 8:30 pm.


MORE BONZO DOG DO-DAH BAND and the Frost at the Grande Ballroom with a special guest Russ Gibb discount price of $2.50. Call 834-9348 to find out just exactly where the Grande is this weekend.

SAVOY BROWN, ERIC BURDON, and Raven are at the Eastown Theatre. Harper and VanDyke Along with Magic Veil Light Co. Call 571-5511 to find out prices.

3rd POWER, SAVAGE GRACE AND POETIC JUSTICE provide the jams at Silverbell niteclub on Bald Mt. Rd. Take I-75 to Lapeer Exit.

THE WOOLIES AND THE SUN make it out to Something Different, 12 Mile Rd. and Northwestern Hwy in Southfield.

WOW, IT’S THE SRC at Wamplers Lake pavilion Take US12 and head for the Hills. (In the Irish Hills.)

BLUES AND JAZZ at the Red Roach Coffeehouse. Blues from 9 pm till 2:30 am with the Heinz Jaeger Blues Band. Jazz from 2:30 till dawn with Larry Nozero Jazz Quintet at Plum Street and Fifth.

MASS DEMONSTRATION AGAINST 1) Research Park, 2) Wayne State Expansion, 3) Racist Urban Renewal. Meet at 1 pm, Woodward at Kirby Sts. (north side Detroit Public Library) sponsored by SDS.

ALF SJOBERG’S Miss Julie sponsored by UCAE as part of the Famous Films of Famous Directors. Rackham Aud. 8:30 pm.

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in concert with Aaron Copland, guest conductor at Ford Aud. 8:30 pm.

UKRAINIAN GRADUATES OF DET. AND Windsor 30th Anniversary Celebration. Dinner dance (can you dig this?) Sheraton Cadillac at 6 pm.


FAMOUS EARLY MOVIES. Queens of the past. “Bored of Education” starring Little Lulu. and “The Love Goddesses” starring Carole Lombard, Lillian Gish, Mae West, Barbara Stanwyck and Sophia Loren. Henry Ford Museum Theatre. 2 and 4 pm. FREE

UKRAINIAN GRADUATES OF Detroit and Windsor presents a music festival at Ford Aud. 2 pm.

IRISH ROVERS, in concert. Enjoy an evening of – rollicking with brogueish byplay. Ford Aud. 8 pm. Tickets, $3.50, $4.50, and $5.50.


CLAP, CRABS, OR EVEN A COLD can be cured by the Medics at Open City for free. 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. at 4726 Third. St.

THE IRISH ROVERS in concert in Ann Arbor just in case you missed them in Detroit. You can see them at Pioneer High School, and it’s even cheaper! Tickets: $3 advance, $3.25 at door.


RETIREMENT SERIES LECTURE. Start swinging, an exciting talk on how to take it easy when you get up in the years. Explorers Room, Detroit Public Library. 10 am.


LECTURE 20th Century Art Lecture series. on Picasso and Cubism, Fairland Center, U of M, Dearborn, 7:30 pm.

WORLD OF ANDREW WYETH, and other flics friends Aud. Detroit Pub. Lib. 8pm.

DISCUSSION WITH FILM Discussion leader Rev. Robert Marshall. Seaholm High School in Birmingham. 8:30 pm.


WHITE PANTHER MARCH on Lansing to turn in collected petitions asking for John Sinclair’s release from Jackson Prison. Write 1512 Hill St., Ann Arbor for details.

JOHN SINCLAIR’S BIRTHDAY PARTY!!! Grande Ballroom at 7-11 pm. Bands films and speakers.



WOODLAND INDIANS. Kresge Exhibit Hall, Det. Hist. Museum. thru Sept. 28.

EMILIO GRECO, prints and lithographs. Univ. of Windsor Gallery, Windsor thru September.

COLLECTOR’S CORNER: Cutglass and It’s Cousins. Kresge Hallway. Det. Hist. Museum thru October.


CHALLENGE OF SPACE (NASA Exhibit). Industrial Hall. Det. Hist. Museum.


CONTEMPORARY ABSTRACT KINETICS AND COLLAGES. Robert Thom Gallery, 251 Merrill Birmingham, thru September

DETROIT OF THE COMMON MAN: An Artist reflects 40 years of changing Detroit, works by John Gelsavage. Round Hall, Det. Hist. Museum.

RUTH WEISBERG, intaglio prints and oils; Sept. 7-25. The Lantern Gallery, Inc. at 301 N. Main Street, Ann Arbor.

Joe BULONE, sculpture. Little Gallery 915 E. Maple, Birmingham. Tues-Sat. 11 am thru 6 pm Sept. 7 thru Oct. 12.

CALDER, an exhibition of sculptures, graphics, gouaches and water colors. London Arts Gallery, 321 Fisher Bldg. Mon-Sat. 10 am-6 pm. Sept. 8-Oct. 4.

MORRIS BROSE, new sculpture. Gertrude Kasle Gallery, 310 Fisher Bldg. Sept. 10-Oct. 2

OTHER IDEAS, 100 new forms in plastic, cloth, wood, moving plywood, rubber, steel, TV sets, earth, lead, copper, air, water and other groovies. South Wing, Det. Inst. of Arts. Sept. 10-Oct. 19.

GROUP SHOW OF SELECTED DETROIT ARTISTS Watercolors and oils. AAA Gallery, 2805 Grand River Sept. 14-Nov. 15

DRAWINGS BY ELIHU VEDDER. Det. Inst. of Arts. Vignettes of Life in Italy and France before 1900. Free

MEXICAN PAINTER ALDECOA, plus many more new works. International Art Center, 132 Madison. Thru September.


Saroyan’s “The Time of Your Life” runs from Sept. 16-28 at Mendelssohn in Ann Arbor.

SPOFFARD comedy hit with Hans Conried. Fisher Theatre. Mon-Sat. 8:30 pm. Sun. 7:30 pm. Sept. 8-30.


FOLKSINGER RON CODEN entertains at the Raven Gallery, thru Sept. 28. Greenfield Road just North of 12 Mile.

Jazz at the East Coffeehouse, 285 E. Ferry St.


SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? See IF at the Studio North. Woodward at Nine Mile Road.

MIDNIGHT COWBOY at the Studio 8, Greenfield at 8 Mile Shopping Center.

I AM CURIOUS YELLOW at the 6 Mile in Highland Park.


DETROIT DRAFT COUNSELLING CENTER at The Central Methodist Church. Woodward and Adams. 6-10 pm. Sundays.

DETROIT RESISTANCE at 31 King Street 6-10 pm. Tues. evenings. Phone: 874-4334.