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Calendar Of the Week
Thursday, May 7 9 a.m.-8 p.m.: Free Pap Test; County-wide Cancer Detection! Program; Princeton Hospital. 2 p.m.: PHS Tour And Coffee, for parents of incoming fresh man. sponsored by PTA; tour begins at school office. 4 p.m.: Baseball, St. John's vs. Princeton; Clarke Field. 7 p.m.: Princeton University Band, Arthur H. Osborn Memorial Concert; Nassau Hall : Steps. 7.30 p.m Films, "On the Waterfront' with Marlon Brando, Lee Cobb, Rod Steigcr; "Confessions of a Black Mother : Succuba": Wilcox Hall. 7:30 p.m "The Most Happy,' Fella;" PJ&B Musical; Mc-[ Carter. 8 p.m.: West Windsor Zoning Board. Town Hall. Dutch Neck. : 8 p.m Film, "The Fly" with A1 Hedison and Vincent Price; 10 MeCosh Hall. 8 p.m "Nature of a Relevant Black Education." H. Fuller, director of Malcolm X Liberation University, North Caro- 1 lina: 28 MeCosh Hall.
Friday, May 8 8:30-11 a.m.: French Market: 1 Nassau & Mercer Sts. 7-9 p.m.: Rummage Sale; Rocky Hill Reformed Church. (Satur-J day from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.), 7 pin.: Free Speech Festival;; Unitarian Church of Princeton . : Cherry Hill Road and Route 206. 8 p.m.: Band Show and Pop Concert; PHS Auditorium. 8:30 p.m.: Special Program, 1 Benefit Princeton University Strike Fund: Theatre Intime;j Murray Theatre. 8:30 p.m.: "The Most Happy Fella;" McCarter. 8.30 p.m.: Princeton Folk Music Society Meeting: Stevenson Hall. 83 Prospect Street. I 8 30 p.m.: Folk-Rock Concert.' for benefit of Erdman Hall Fund: Campus Center auditorium. Theological Seminary. 1 Tickets: $2, available from reception desk in Seminary's ad- 1 ministration building. 8 30 p.m.: Concert of Electronic Music; Woolworth Center. 8:30 p.m 11th Annual Spring Concert; Hopewell Valley Cho-
,rus: Elementary School, East Prospect S(ree<4md Princeton Avenue. Hopewell. K:30 p.m.: WPRB Concert. Townes Van Zandt and the Mandrake Memorial: Alexan dcr Hall. Saturday, May 9 9 a.m.: 14th Annual Horse Show & Fair; benefit St. Mary's Hall and Doane Academy, Bur- ! lington; Maple Beach, Bristol, Pa., adj. to Penna. approach to Burlington-Bristol Bridge. 10 ;i m : Annual Princeton Day School Fair; PDS Ice Rink. Th - Great Road. 1 p.m.: Baseball. Penn vs Princeton; Clarke Field. 2 p.m.: Lacrosse: Vale vs. Princeton; Finney Field. 2 p.m Children's Matinee. "My Side of the Mountain;" Garden Theatre. 2 .10 & «:.'«) p.m "The Mosl | Happy Fella" McCarter. 8:30 p.m.: Special Program Ben-! efit Princeton University Strike' Fund; Theatre Intime; Murray Theatre. Also Sunday Eve nirig.
it & 8:15 p.m.: Film, "Alfie." | with Michael Caine: 10 Mc Cosh Hall. 8 30 p.m. Concert. Princeton University Orchestra; sponsored by Friends of Music at Princeton: Alexander Hall. 8 p.m.: Fashion Show and ConI cert, music by the 30-member I Singing Mother Chorus, preI sen ted by Relief Society of the New Jersey Central Staker' Cfiurch of Jesus Christ of Lat-1 ter-Day Saints (Mormon); Chapel, River Road and Lo-! gan Lane. Piscataway. 8:30 p.m.: Concert, Alice Artzt, classical guitarist, and Edwin' 1 A Hopkins, harpsichordist, soloists with New Hope Pro Musica Orchestra; Central Bucks | High School East, Holicongi 1 Road, off Route 202, New Hope, i Pa.
Sunday, May 10 8 a.m. l p.m.: Pancake Break-, fast, sponsored by Rocky Hill Fire Company; at the firei house. 1 2 p.m.: Band Concert. Princeton University Band; Gannon ' Green. 2-5 p.m.: "Walk in the Parks"; Herrontown Woods, Autumn Hill. Marquand Park. Wildlife , Refuge. Woodfields Reserva-' tion. 12:30 p.m.: General Meeting,' Catholic Young Adult Club: CYO Center, South Broad Street. Trenton. 5 p.m.: Princeton Society of Mu- | sical Amateurs. B-minor Mass by Bach; Barbara C. Lewis, choral conductor; Unitarian Church. 7 & 10:15 p.m.: Film. "The Great Escape" with Steve McQueen and James Garner (170 minutes, uncut': 10 McCosh 1 Hall. 8 p.m.: Abbie Hoffman's Yippie Film on Chicago; sponsored | by Princeton Branch. Ameri can Servicemen's Union; 138 Frick Hall.
Monday, May 11 4 p.m.: Baseball. Rutgers vsj I Princeton: Clarke Field ' 8 p.m.: West Windsor Township Committee; Town Hall, Dutch Neck. 8 p.m.: Demonstration-lecture. "Research Is Fun." Professor Hubert N. Alyea: sponsored by PHS PTA; John Witherspoon ; School auditorium. 8 30 p.m.: Concert. IstominI Stern-Rose Trio; University I Series n _ . McCarter. i8 30-10:30 p.m.: Observatory Opi en House: Peyton Hall, near J Palmer Stadium. Tuesday. May 12 .9 a.m. 4 p.m.: May Market Plant Sale: sponsored by Stony Brook Garden Club; "Westland," 15 Hodge Road. Rain Date, Wednesday. I p.m.: Teen Arts Festival Pre- ' view McCarter. < Drama by New Jersey students; also Thursday. Wednesday's program features dance, ensemble music and multimedia presentation. ' 5 p.m.. Library Trustees' Board Meeting; Princeton Public Li- : brary. I 8 p m : Princeton Borough Council; Borough Hall. 8 p.m.: Montgomery Township Zoning Board: Municipal Bldg. Harlingen. 8 p.m.: Fellowship of Reconcilia lion; 173 Nassau Street. Wednesday, May 13 Noon-10 p.m.: 16th Annual An-
Itiques Show: Bishop Janes United Methodist Church: Basking Ridge. (Also Thurs., noon to 1U p.m.: Fri., 12-6 p.m.) 7:30-9 30 p.m.: Rummage Sale: 1 Trinity Episcopal Church. Roc- 1 ky Hill. 8 p.m Lawrence Township Zon ing Board: Municipal Building. Route 206. 8pm Open Space Commission: Township Hall. Thursday. May 14 •1 p mi Baseball. Temple vs. Princeton: Clarke Field. 7:30-9:30 p.m.: Rummage Sale. Trinity Church. Rocky Hill. 8 30 p.m : Evening of One-Acts, Theatre Intime. Murray Theatre. Friday, May 15 8:30-11:30 a.m.: French Market:! Nassau & Mercer Streets. 8 p.m Vocal Spring Concert: PIIS auditorium. (PTA election of officers at 7 45 p.m.) 7:30 9:30 p.m.: Rummage Sale; 1 Trinity Church, Rocky Hill. | Saturday. May 1G 10 a.m.-3 p.m.: Rummage and Bake Sale: Ladies Auxiliary of Plainsboro Volunteer Fire Company: at the firehouse. Noon: Drug Awareness March: steps of State Capitol Building. Trenton. 2 p.m.: Lacrosse. Cornell vs. Princeton. Finney Field. 3 p.m : Track Cornell vs. Princeton: Palmer Stadium.