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slide guitar tonight In the schedule, 8:30 to 10:30. to season ticketholder s call 476-6064 ~pe, or call 472-3053 #f on its own trip into space If' rcury opposed Neptune until could happen, as Mars ou may feel down towards the some unknown Galveston Bay with the all longed to hear: "You're since that time has been Celebration, otherwise If you didn't already know this go on over to Rosewood and Players perform "Ye Shall day festivities. Call and details. Mexican dish, menudo, Celebrity judges at the caok.off In~ude Munldpal Rachel Gonzsles of "La Orneles o~ KWEO and Donations (all Activities) are #r~eCents for children (under features Dave Guierrez "o enter, call Frosty Lees at cA the day, Liberty their first annual Burger ~0 p.m. Texotd will provide or toJlow your nose. David II danca to OOurse, the heavily touted lhe Driskill Hotel's Crystal tomorrow night st 8:00 P.M. Gloria Art Museum, COordinator of the Poetry whose editor, Joe her book of the same tickets sell 452-9447 for details]. experiments at Noumenon Were well attended, so come that novel or story with It won't take although it may - moon out STRANGE. Don't be mind. A good day for trip. in Spanish. This is riders. For begin at 3 pm at the e. For ticket Be dvll and patient In the morning, In spite o# Moon square Venus and conjunct Saturn. That's right, too-Moon sextlle Jupiter mitigates everything, until 7.14 p.m. CD ST. Romantic efforts may be delayed or hold dissepointments, so ha cool. [Venus square Saturn at 9:38 p.m. CDST. Communication is the key. FILM It's BuSby Berkely at his best, directing Ruby Kesler, Ginger Rogers, and s cam of tens in 42nd Street. This 1933 classic is being dustud off for the Ut Good Times/Herd T imes Summer Film Festival showing at 7 and 9 p.m. at Batts Auditorium. Admission is free to season ticket holders, end $1 to the man on the street. Look for other all time favorites in this series including Public Enemy, June 23; Lost Horizon, July 14; and The Petrified Forest, July 18. =Miners are surfacing from a deep coal mine," We shouM focus on a more profound quest: knowledge that ultimately stimulates all of society." [from The Sablan Symbols by Dane Rudhyer for the point 11 degrees Libra where Pluto goes stationary direct.] The Sun enters Cermer at 6:44 a.m. CDST. JA ZZ "Jazz In the Thirties" is the topic at noon, when B(lly Taylor and his acdelnl, Rd trio discuss the roots ~ot their music in the Texas Union Sandwich Seminar Series (Texas U nion 2.102). Then later in the day, the group will perform al Hogg A udltorlum to prove that some times thou who teach can do, too. Tickets l~" the 7 p.m. concert are $4 for the public, $1 for series ticket holders. The seminar is free. Life takes on a more earthy [and possibly neurotic] quality with the Virgo moon. Don't be alarmed, though - the moon trlnes Venus to give sparkling glow to the day. Focus on honest ommuelcation; don't get spaced out. BA ND The UT Summer Longhorn Band, conducted by Vincent R. DINInosnd Glenn Richter, will present an outdoor concert today at 8:30 p.m. st LBJ Library Plaza. Admission is free to Fine Arts Festival seas~ ticket holders and S1 for the general public. Don't let orltlclsm go to your head, with Virgo moon square Mercury, the ruler of V irgoat 4.'56 pm CDST. Saturn trines Neptune earlier in the day, so organization can be inspired with the right oombinetio~n ot enthus/asm and idealism. FESTI VA L The Fifteenth Annual Beaver Festival and Barn Dense will be held as adleduled this weekend in Gnawed Beech, Montane. Registration for the Festival, which celebrates the yearly gathering of those lovable rodents at one of the most icanic spots in "Big Sky" country, opens Thursday with addremms by Elton Mammal, local Sierra Club president, and Capt. 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