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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Bootleg,
provides dancing entertainment
The Blind Pig-Featured tonight
is Willie D. Warren and the Brush
St. Blues band.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
plays jazz.
The Fox's Den-Jazz and
classical piano playing for guests
of the Lord Fox.
The Habitat-Top '40s from
The Heidelberg-Regal music
from The Baron.
Joe's Star Lounge-Steve Nar-
della packs 'em in.
King's Arms Band-Judge is in
Mr. Flood's Party-Dick Siegel
crashes the party.
Mountain Jack's-Lifeline plays
light music.
Rick's American Cafe-An
evening of crazy R&B covers by
the Urbations.
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart Polot
plays piano at the Gandy Dancer.
Second Chance-On a weekend
dreary White Raven plays oldies
and R&B.
Stage Door-Comic and singer
Stewart Mitchell brings out the

guitar and latino rhythms; doors
open at 8:30 for the 9 p.m. show.I
(1421 Hill). Call 761-1451.
Michigan Opera Theatre
The Haunted Castle, the Polish
opera by Stanislaw Moniusko,
opens the Opera Theatre's 1982-3!
season at the Music Hall (350
Madison Ave., Detroit). Directed
by noted Polish stage director
Wojciech Haik, the new production
features magnificent dance num-
bers and a highly ethnic flavor.
For information call 963-3717.
Office of Major Events
Joe Jackson sings selections
from his latest album Night and
Day at Hill Auditorium tonight at 8
p.m. Artist of "Is She Really Going
Out With Him?" fame; also fine
Louis Jordan covers from Jumpin'
Jive. Tickets range from $8.50-.
10.50. Recommended. (530 S.
State) Call 763-2071.
W5 Productions
Ann Arbor's newest theatre
company presents Bent, a recent
play about individuals struggling
through an oppressive -environ-
ment; opens tonight at the Canter-
bury Loft (332 S. State). The
production, set in Nazi Germany,
plays until Sunday; $3 donation
requested. Show starts at 8 p.m.
Call 665-0606.
Birmingham Theatre
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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Genuine dance
rock with Bootleg.
The Blind Pig-Willie D. Warren
and the Brush St. Blues Band plays
Detroit blues.
The Earle-Jazz with the Ron
Brooks Trio.
The Fox's Den--Jazz and
classical piano.
The Habitat-Pegasus performs
top-40 and dance tunes.
The Heidelberg-The Baron
plays upstairs.
Joe's Star Lounge-Steve Nar-
della fires up the crowd.
King's Arms Band-Bimbo's
hosts the Judge band. ,
Mr. Flood's Party-Dick Siegel
returns with more R&B.
Mountain Jack's-Lifeline
throws out more dance music.
Rick's American Cafe-Hear
"That Mellow Saxophone" from.
the Urbations.
Roundhouse Saloon-Pianist
Bart Polot entertains at the Gandy
Second Chance-White Raven
plays oldies and R&B.
Stage Door-Laugh along with
singer/comic Stuart Mitchell.
West Bank-Mystique keeps you
on the dance floor.

United Scleroderma Foundation
Scleroderma is a skin disease.
Today's fund-raising walk will help
combat it. Numbers to call for in-
formation on picking up 'sponsor
sheets for the walk are: 334-9860,
673-6696, 625-5985, or 268-7813.
Registration begins at 9:30 in the
parking lot in front of the Water-
ford Township Water Department
office. Walkers will receive a free
lunch of salad and pizza at Mitch's
II (666 Highland), also live music.
Volunteers from the Waterford
Police Department will escort

University Musical Society
Schola Cantorum of Oxford, one
of Europe's finest choral ensem-
bles,performs under the direction
of Ivor Bolton today at 4 p.m. at
Rackham Auditorium.
Joe's Star Lounge
"Get Bent at Joe's," a benefit for
W5's new production of Bent at the
Canterbury Loft, features Martin
Simmons and the Spaceheaters
and Marietta Bayliss along with a
bunch of Lepers. Support your
local theater.
Rick's American Cafe
Asleep at the Wheel comes to the
Cafe for two shows. These boys
play country, boogie, and all that is
fit to dance to. 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
W5 Productions
Closing performance of Bent, a
character examination set in Nazi
Germany at the Canterbury Loft.
See listing for Friday.
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig-Rockabilly with
George Bedard and the Bon-
The Earle-Larry Manderville
plays solo jazz piano.
Joe's Star Lounge-Blue Front
Persuaders persuade all to have

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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Ron Parker
hosts the New Talent Nite.
The Earle-Larry Manderville
still plays solo jazz piano.
The Fox's Den-Jazz and
classical piano at Lord Fox.
The .Habitat-Changes performs
dance music.
Joe's Star Lounge-To be an-
Mr. Flood's Party-George
Bedrad are Mr. B play.
Mountain Jack's-Party with
Lifeline's top-40 entertainment.
Rick's American Cafe-Take the
trip with the Flying Tigers.
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart
Polot's piano at the Gandy Dancer.
Second Chance-Ann Arbor's
own Annex band adds a little rock.
University Club-Reggae Night
brings DJ Michael Kremen to the
West Bank-Mystique adds ex-
citement to your night with top-40.
Winston's Pub-Buster Banks
entertains on piano.
University Musical Society
Itzhak Perlman astounds
tonight's audience at Hill
Auditorium with his complete
technical and musical mastery of
the violin. The show starts at 8:30,

p.m. at Ferry Field.
Michigan vs. Wayne
p.m., at the Central
Recreational Building.

State, 7

Bent: Canterbury Loft,
Friday-Sunday night.

Michigan takes
Hoosiers, 1 p.m. at
stadium, of course.

on Indiana
the football

The Ark
June Millington sings feminist
inspired songs accompanied by
electric guitar and latino rhythms.
Doors open at 8:30 (1421 Hill St.).
Gemini, featuring identical
twins Sando and Laszlo Slomovits
perform a wide variety of
American and ethnic music on a
variety of instruments, including
bones, fiddlesticks, and the limber-f
jack (don't ask us). But the vocal
harmonies provide the true show
highlights; admission is $4 (South-
field Civic Center, Parks &
Recreation Building). Call 855-9848
for infor and directions.
Office of Major Events
Reggae woman Rita Marley
brings a touch of Jamaica to Hill
Auditorium tonight at 8 p.m. The
Fabulous Five (the Wailers?) play
along; tickets run from $7.50-9.50.
Call 763-2071 for ticket information.
Safe House
Labyris, a popular women's
band from Detroit,will be playing
their own and other women's ban-
ds' compositions in several-part
harmony at the Michigan Union.
The concert is a benefit for the Safe
House, Washtenaw County's
shelter for battered women and
their children. Tickets are $5 at the
door. The show starts at 8.
School of Music
Kerry Stevenson, MM, performs1
on piano at Recital Hall, beginning
at 8 p.m.
W5 Productions
The 2nd performance of Bent by
Ann Arbor's newest theatre com-
pany begins at 8 p.m. See listing
for Friday.
Center for Continuing Education of
A free conference planned by the
U of M School of Social Work,
"Power and Leadership: Women
in Human Service Ad-
ministration," goes from 9 to 5 on
the fourth floor of Rackham
Auditorium. The program ad-
dresses practical issues for women
in leadership roles in human ser-
vice, health, education, and com-
munity service. Afternoon
workshops for minority women
will also be held.

Bars & Clubs
Joe's Star Lounge- "Get Bent at
Joe's." See Music.
Mr. Flood's Party-Steve Wethy
plays piano.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Ron Brooks trio
returns with light jazz.
The Habitat-Changes enter-
tains with style.
Joe's Star Lounge-To be an-
Mr. Flood's Party-Whimsical
and classy folk from the Lost
World String band.
Mountain Jack's-Have fun with
Lifeline's top-40 covers.
Rick's American Cafe-Local
dance band Falcons performs fine
Second Chance-Mariner travels
the top-40.
University Club-Smiles abound
at Laugh Track.
West Bank-Mystique's top-40
aims to please.
Winston's Pub-Regular pianist
Buster Banks performs at Win
The Ark
Bring your body, voice, and/or
instrument to Open Mike Night at 9
p.m. (1421 Hill St.) Call 761-1451.
Professional Theatre Program
One of the longest running com-
edies in history, Born Yesterday,
premieres at 8 p.m. in the Men-
delssohn Theater at the Michigan
League. Michigan Ensemble
Theatre performs the story of a
conniving junkman trying to buy
the government. Call 763-5213.

Boys and Brian James. of the
Dammed, brings the darker side of
what they call "punkadelic" to
Ann Arbor. Hold on to your
mohawk; show starts at 9:30 p.m.;
general admission is $7.50. (516 E.
Liberty) Call Prism productions at
University Musical Society
Festival of the Nile, a coalition of
40 native Egyptian artists import
the gamut of Egyptian culture
from folk music and stick dances
to epic ballads and belly dancing.
The Pharoahs come to Ann Arbor
at 8 p.m. tonight at the Power Cen-
ter. Call 665-3717.
Professional Theatre Program
Michigan Ensemble Theatre
performs the comedy Born

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Asleep at the Wheel: Rick's AmericanCafe, Sunday night.

SLK: University Club, Friday night.

University Club-Popular ska
band SLK will put you in a dancing
West Bank-Mystique plays top-
Winston's Pub-Win Schuler's
lounge plays host to pianist and
singer Buster Banks.
The Ark
Famed feminist singer June
Millington performs in this, the fir-
st in a new Women's Music Series.
Performance includes electric

auditions today for their new
production of the musical Oliver.
Parts are available for boys bet-
ween ages 8 and 12 as well as
adults; all performers must show
singing ability. For further infor-
mation call 644-3533.
Michigan vs. Indiana, 7 p.m. at
the Central Campus Recreational

Winston's Pub-Pianist Buster
Banks entertains.
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra
Music director Carl Daehler
conducts this 25-member chamber
orchestra in its fifth concert season
debut at the Michigan Theatre.
Tonight's concert features Detroit
Symphony Orchestra harpist, Jane
Rosenson in works of Handel,
Bizet, and others. Call 996-0066 for

Mountain Jack's-Enjoy an
evening with Jack's DJ enter-
Rick's American Cafe-Asleep at
the Wheel. See Music.
Second Chance,-Last chance to
see White Raven, oldies and R&B.
West Bank-A relaxing evening
of light jazz.
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
The orchestra opens its 54th con-
cert season this afternoon at 3 p.m.
at the Power Center with solo per-
formances by violist Donald
MacInnes on J.N. Hummel's
"Fantasy for Viola and Or-
chestra," and Hector Berlioz's
"Harold in Italy." Call 761-6099.

Mr. Flood's Party-Ray
Kamalay performs.
Mountain Jack's-Lifeline enter-
tains with top-40.
Rick's American Cafe-SLK
packs the dance floor. Come early
for a good seat.
Second Chance-Local rock 'n'
rollers Live Wire fire up the Chan-
University Club-Michael
Kremen DJ's the Rockin' Oldies
Winston's Pub-A piano and,
singing performance by Buster
School of Music
Tenor Waldie Anderson perfor-
ms at tonight's 8 p.m. Faculty
Voice Recital at Rackham.

but tickets have been sold out for a
month. Call 665-3717.
Lamaze Childbirth Preparation
Association of Ann Arbor.
This support group, for those
who have experienced a
miscarriage, tubal pregnancy,
stillbirth, or early death of an in-
fant, will hold itsfirst meeting
from 7-9 p.m. at the Hospice of
Washtenaw office (2530 S. Main
Street). Attendance is opento
singles, couples,. relatives, and
friends; trained facilitators will
run all meetings. The group will
continue to meet the first Tuesday
of every month. Free.
Field Hockey
Michigan vs. Central Michigan, 4

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-More jazz from the
Ron Brooks trio.
The Habitat-More top-40 from
Joe's Star Lounge-To be an-
Mr. Flood's Party-Live Wire
Mountain Jack's-More top-40
from Lifeline.
Rick's American Cafe-Slither
down with Newt and the Salaman-
Second Chance-Lords of the
New Church preside tonight. See
University Club-UAC gives you
the giggles with the Soundstage
West Bank-Mystique comes
alive with top-40.
Winston's Pub-Sit back and en-
joy Buster Banks jazz performan-
Mile High Club
Trainable, a new wave/reggae/
calypso/dub band (multi-talented,
yes?) from the Lansing area per-
forms tonight.
Second Chance
Lords of the New Church, the
recently-formedBsuperpunk group
featuring Stiv Bator of .the Dead

'Born Yesterday': Mendelssohn, Thursday

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