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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Stainless Steel
plays top-40.
Arbor Valley Inn-Country
music with Freewheeling.
The Armadillo/Juke Joint Jim-
my's-The Blue Front Persuaders
bring fine basement R&B to the
basement of the Armadillo.,
The Blind Pig-Electric blues
fireworks from the Progressive
Blues Band.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
performs jazz.
The Fox's Den-Regular pianist
Winifred Kenner plays classics.
The Habitat-Easy listening by
Pegasus.
The Heidelberg-Rock/folk duo

School of Music
Faculty members John Mohler
on clarinet and Lynne Bar-
tholomew on piano team up for a
dual recital featuring the works of
Reger and Bolcom at 8 p.m.,
Recital Hall. Free.
Etc.
Michigan Journal of Political
Science
A wine and cheese party to
distribute the Journal's latest
edition at the Political Science
Lounge on the 6th floor of Haven
Hall from 3-5 p.m.
Rummage Sale
Dawntreader, Inc. holds a rum-
mage sale at the First United
Methodist Church (120 S. State)
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. today and
tomorrow.
University Musical Society
The music of pianist Pete,
Duchin and the fashions
designers Albert and Pearl Nipoik
are featured at a benefit evening

Blues band.
The Earle-Another show by the
Ron Brooks Trio. Jazz.
The Fox's Den-Jazz pianist
Steve Larson entertains at the
Lord Fox Restaurant lounge.
The Habitat-Local jazz group
Changes at the Weber's Inn
Lounge.
The Heidelberg-Soft rock/folk
with JCM.
The Hill Lounge-Motown dan-
cing music with the Falcons.
Joe's Star Lounge-Local
favorites the Urbations perform
R&B.
Mr. Flood's Party-Excellent
rockabilly as interpreted by
George Bedard and the Bon-
nevilles.
Mountain Jack's-More dancing
with Nickelodeon.
Rick's American Cafe-Listen to
reggae-ized "Sesame Street" with
I-tal.
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart
Polot's piano entertains Gandy
Dancer guests.
Second Chance-A '60s rock par-
ty with the Original Dittilies.
Winston's Pub-Jazz and the
Johnny Bachemin Trio at Win
Schuler's.
Music
The Ark
Folk group Eclectricity plays a
repeat performance; see listing for
Friday.
Eclipse Jazz: Earl Klugh
Earl Klugh plays a hot jazz
"crossover" guitar like few others.
A Detroit native, Klugh has a new
album with U-M alum Bob James.
The Hill Auditorium show begins
at 8 p.m. Tickets are $6.50-$8.50.
School of Music
Pianist Deanne Vanden Berg
performs at Recital Hall at 4 p.m.
A voice recital by soprano Lisa
Ray Turner is at 8 p.m., Recital
Hall.
Both events are free.
Etc.
Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti War Tax
Dissidents
The tax group holds their mon-
thly meeting in the Pine Room,
Wesley Foundation (State and
Huron) at noon. Beverages
provided. Contact Ruth Graves at
483-0058.
Museum of Art
A symposium on modern prin-
tmaking marks today's opening of
the Museum of Art's retrospective
exhibition of prints by contem-
porary artist Frank Stella. Lec-
tures by New York University art
history professor Robert Rosen-
blum, U-M professor Richard Ax-
som, Boston Museum of Fine Arts
associate curator Clifford Ackley,
printer Kenneth Tyler, and
Bowdoin College professor Clifton
Olds are featured all day from 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Auditorium A, Angell
Hall. Call 764-0395. Free.
School of Metaphysics
Are you psychic? Test your ESP
abilities at 209 N. Ashley from 2-7
p.m. Admission is $3. Call 996-1363.
Solar Yoga Center of Ann Arbor
Celebrate the harvest with a
vegetarian dinner at 7 p.m.
tonight. Includes such seasonal
favorites as squash, corn bread,
and pumpkin cheesecake. Square
dancing follows; suggested

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AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION
You got to admit it takes guts to produce a sequel
to The Amityville Horror. Either these guys are very
smart or very stupid. (State Theater, 231 S. State;
662-6264.)
BARBAROSA
Willie Nelson stars as a legendary outlaw, exiled
from his own family because of jealousy. Gary Busey
teams up with him and we're set for a movie filled
with idiotic cliches or a mythic western depending on
your point of view. (Fox-Village Theater, Maple
Village; 769-1300.)

BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS
An embarrassment to movie musicals
everywhere. Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds sashay
their way into blase songs and dances. (Fox-Village
Theater, Maple Village; 769-1300.)
BLADE RUNNER
In a strange futuristic society, Harrison Ford must
track down replicants-genetically manufactured
human beings. (State Theater, 231 S. State; 662-
6264.)
CLASS OF 1984
Another suburban-teenage-high school movie.
(Fox-Village Theater, Maple Village; 769-1300.)
E.T.
Steven Spielberg's epic fable of a boy and his ex-
traterrestrial. A tearjerker that out-Disneys Disney.
Excellent performances by the entire cast of relative
unknowns. (Campus Theater, 1214 S. University; 668-
6416.)
FAST TIMES AT RIOGEMONT HIGH
A silly, updated American Graffiti version of life at
high school. Good acting can't save a film without a

plot though. (Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall;.
769-8780.)
THE WORLS ACCORDING TO GARP
Robin Williams trys to live up to everybody's ex-
pectation of T.S. Garp. Luckily, the supporting cast
has better roles than him. (State Theater, 231 S.
State; 6626264.)
GREGORY'S GIRL
A fine import from Scotland lacks only a substan-
tial script to make its story of adolescent love work.
(Ann Arbor Theater, 210 S. 5th; 761-9700.)
INCHON
Latest in a long tradition of spot-the-star war
flicks. This one has Laurence Olivier heading the
cast as General Douglas Macarthur. (Movies at
Briarwood, Briarwood Mall; 769-8780.)
AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN
Richard Gere joins the Navy, Debra Winger works
at a sweatshop. A romance made in Hollywood. (Ann
Arbor Theater, 210 S. 5th; 761-9700.)
ROAD WARRIOR
Post-Apocalypse society has only one thing on its
mind-gasoline. Those who have it have power. An

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Earl Klugh: HillAuditorium, Saturday.

donation is $4. Call 769-4321.
SYDA Foundation
SYDA New York director Swami
Paramananda and Chicago direc-
tor Swami Girijananda open a
weeklong meditation entitled
"Where are you going?" this mor-
ning from 8:30-5:30. A vegetarian
lunch is included. Cost is $95. Call
994-5625.
Washtenaw County Parks and
Recreation Commission Nature
Walk
Listen to the tweet of the
retreating birds under fall foliage.
Bring along dinner for an evening
of campfire-side music, owl
calling, and human conversation.
It all takes place: at Park Lyndon
South at the nature cabin (N.
Territorial Rd. 1 mile east of M-52)
at 7 p.m. Call 994-2575. Free.
Sports
Football
After a disappointing loss to
Notre Dame last week, -Michigan
will try and tackle UCLA at 1 p.m.

Volleyball'
Michigan
CCRB.

vs. Purdue at 5 p.m.,

AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (John
Landis, 1981)
A combination of gore and humor confused many
viewers of this well-crafted modern werewolf tale
concerning two American students in England.
(Mediatrics; MLB 3,7:00, 9:00).
THE ELEPHANT MAN (David Lynch, 1981)
From the man who brought you Eraserhead comes
a touching, romantic, yet disturbing vision of
humanity trapped inside a monster. Starring An-
thony Hopkins and John Hurt. (Alternative Action;
Nat. Sci.,7:00,9:30).
THE GRADUATE (Mike Nichols, 1967)
The quintessential college movie. Starring Dustin
Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, and the sounds of silence
from Simon and Garfunkel. (Classic Film Theatre;
Michigan Theatre, 3:00,7:00,11:00).

The Urbations: Joe's Star Lounge, Friday.

JCM returns for its regular show.
The Hill Lounge-Dance to the
R&B of the Falcons.
Joe's Star Lounge-Another fine
show by the Urbations.
Mr. Flood's Party-George
Bedardand the Bonnevilles play
rockabilly.
Mountain Jack's-Regular dan-
ce band Nickelodeon perform..
Rick's American Cafe-Reggae
down with local favorites I-tal.
Roundhouse Saloon-Solo pianist
Bart Polot plays the Gandy Dancer
lounge.
Second Chance-Rock away with
the Original Dittilies.
U-Club-Lively Fridays presents
Metro.
Winston's Pub-Johnny
Baschemin Trio plays jazz at the
Win Schuler lounge.
Music
The Ark
An evening of unique "folk'
fusion" with Eclectricity. This trio
performs and sings an ethnic
variety of American, Yiddish,
Gypsy, Bulgarian, and jazz selec-
tions. Show starts at 9. (1421 Hill).
761-1451.

for the. Musical Society. (UMS).
The event begins at 8 p.m. at the
Power Center. Tickets at $8, $12.50,
and $25 are available at the UMS
offices in Burton Tower. For more
information call 665-3717.

Sports
Volleyball
Michigan takes+
7 p.m., CCRB.

Bars & Clubs
Joe's Star Lounge-new reggae
from Stolen Legacy.
Mr. Flood's Party-Mr. B.,
Steve Nardella's piano man rocks,
boogies, and blueses on his own.
Old Town-An informal evening
of acoustic jamming.
Rick's American Cafe-
Epicurean performs a benefit for
the Michigan Alliance for Disar-
mament.
Roundhouse Saloon-One more
piano time with Bart Polot at the
Gandy Dancer.
Second Change-The Original
Dittilies bring the top-40's to the
Chance.
Music
Ars Musica
The renowned Ann Arbor
baroque orchestra Ars Musica
opens its 11th season with a
premiere performance of local
composer David Place's
"Ganymede," a concerto for one-
keyed flute and baroque orchestra.
Soloist is Michael Lynn. J.S. Bach,
Henry Purcell, and an oboe con-
cetto by C.P.E. Bach are also on
the program which runs twice, at 3
and 8 p.m., at St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church (306 N.
Division). Tickets are $4-0. Call
662-3976.

turn an innocent violinist's life into a comic night-
mare. (Ann Arbor Film Co-op; MLB 4, 6:45, 10:00).
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BAN ANAS (Woody Allen, 1971)
Typical early Allen comedy with sight gags, slap-
stick, and political humor-in short, anything to get a
laugh. With Louise Lasser. (Ann Arbor Film Co-op;
MLB3,8:40).
EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO
KNOW ABOUT SEX (Woody Allen, 1972)
A series of comedic vignettes spoofing practically
everything while explaining almost nothing about
sex. (Ann Arbor Film Co-op; MLB 3,7:00, 10:20).
EXPERIMENTAL FILM SERIES
Womancock (Carl Linden); Bown, Theatre, Gar-
den, Marble Game (Susan Pitt); All My Life (Bruce
Baille); Inbetween (Stan Brakhage). (Cinema 2;
Aud A, 8:45).
MONTENAGRO'(Susan Makavejev, 1982)
A bizarre story of. a woman who leaves her
husband to join a decadent circle of friends. (Cinema
2; Aud. A, 7:00, 9:35).
1900 (Bernardo Bertolucci, 1976)
Don't be intimidated by the four-hour length of this
epic. The story of 20th century Italy told through the.
lives of two friends. (Alternative Action; MLB 4,
7:00).
THE PRODUCERS (Mel Brooks, 1968)
Zero Mostel attempts to strike it rich with the wor-
st play he can lay his hands on, Springtime for Hitler.
(Classic Film Theatre; Michigan Theatre, 3:00,6:30,
10:00).
TAPS (Harold Becker, 1981)
A group of military cadets try to save their school
from demolition by forcibly occupying the buildings.
Starring Timothy Hutton. (Mediatrics; Nat. Sci.,
7:00, 9:00).
SILENT MOVIE (Mel Brooks, 1976)
This time, Mel convinces his producer to let him
make a silent comedy, but only if some big names
sign on to the picture. Burt Reynolds, Paul Newman,
and Marcel Marceau do. (Classic Film Theatre;
Michigan Theatre, 4:45,8:15).
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(Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00)

ENTER THE DRAGON (Robert Clouse, 1972)
See Sunday.
RETURN OF THE DRAGON (Bruce Lee, 1972)
See Sunday.
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FELLINI Satyricon (Frederico Fellini, 1970)
Ancient Rome never looked more disgusting, but
Fellini has many convinced that the spectacle is wor-
th watching. (Classic Film Theatre; Michigan
Theatre, 7:00, 9:15).
GRAND ILLUSION (Jean Renoir, 1973)
A classic film. French prisoners of war learn that
war is hell as they try to escape their harsh German
captors. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00, 9:05).
PATHS OF GLORY (Stanley Kubrick,1957)
A French captain is ordered to lead his men in
suicidal assaults during the trench warfare of World
War I. When they refust to fight his men are tried as
traitors. (Ann Arbor Film Co-op; Aud. A, 7:00).
DR. STRANGELOVE (Stanley Kubrick, 1964)
What's a little nuclear weapon or two among frien-
ds? Kubrick demonstrates the insanity of the arms
race in the pitch black comedy starring Peter
Seller, George C. Scott, and Slim Pickens. (Ann Ar-
bor Film Co-op; Aud. A, 8:40).

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Annie's Dugout-More top-40
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Arbor Valley Inn-Return
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Freewheeling.-
The Armadillo/Juke Joint Jim-
my's-Catch local rhythm and
blues with the Blue Front Per-
suaders.
The Blind Pig-Paul Butterfield-
style blues by the Progressive

Henry Fonda: Golden
MISSING (Costa-Gavras,1982)
Winner at the Cannes Festival, Missing tells the.
story of how a military coup in South America was at
least partially backed by the United States. (Cinema
2; Aud. A, 7:00, 9:15).
ON GOLDEN POND (Mark Rydell,1981)
Katherine Hepburn and Henry Fonda give their
naturally beautiful performances in an otherwise
maudlin, shallow film. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall,
7:00,9:15).
THE PAPER CHASE (James Bridges, 1973)
John Houseman stars as the definitive law
professor whose job it is to make Timothy Bottoms
think like a lawyer. (Classic Film Theatre; Michigan ;
Theatre, 5:00, 9:00).
PLAYTIME (Jacques Tati, 1973)
French comedy detailing the nuisances and
troubles of modern society starring the great
Jacques Tati. (Ann Arbor Film Co-op; MLB 4,8:15).
THE TALL BLOND MAN WITH ONE BLACK SHOE
(Yves Robert, 1975)
Spies, secret intelligence, and covert operations

ENTER THE DRAGON (Robert Clouse, 1972)
Try to ignore the plot and just watch Bruce Lee
hack the heck out of the bad guys. The Fred Astaire
of chop-socky. (Classic Film Theatre; Michigan
Theatre, 3:30,7:00,,10:15).
A RAISIN IN THE SUN (Daniel Petrie, 1961)
Sidney Poitier stars as the head of a black Chicago
family struggling to stay together when wealth
seems within their grasp. (Cinema Guild; Lorch
Hall, 9:05).
RETURN OF THE DRAGON (Bruce Lee, 1972)
Directed by Lee himself, this film features a match
with current fighting film hero Chuck Norris.
(Classic Film Theatre; Michigan Theatre, 5:15,
8:45).
RETURN OF THE SECAUCUS SEVEN (John
Sayles, 1981)
Barely distributed during its independent release,
this sequel is actually a reunion for the film's charac-
ters and shows what can be done with a low-budget
picture. (Cinema 2: Aud. A, 7:00,9:00).
SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER (Joseph Mankiewicz,
1959)
Tennessee Williams' talky play stars Elizabeth
Taylor, Katherine Hepburn, and Montgomery Clift.

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AFRICAN QUEEN (John Huston, 1951)
It's Katherine Hepburn's prim missionary versus

Michigan vs. UCLA:
Saturday, 1 p.m.

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