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Biars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Swing to th
versatile good-time country an
jazz-tinged bluegrass of Footloose.
Arbor Valley Inn-Now ap
pearing, Scat, a popular top-4
dance band.
The Blind Pig-Paul Geremia
popular acoustic guitarist and
singer, performs original and
traditional country blues. See
Music.
The Earle-Join the jazzy Ron
Brooks trio for a leisurely evening.
The Fox's Den-Classical pianist
Winifred Kenner performs.
The Habitat-The contemporary
dance band Odyssey appears.
The Heidelberg-The guitar
team of Michael Hough and David
Tamulevich of Mustard's Retreat
perform this evening.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Ur-
bations roll into Joe's with the rock
that's made them famous.
King's Arms Band-Top-40
oldies and contemporary band to-
be-announced.
Mr. Flood's Party-Come see
the talented jazz & blues vocalist
Marietta Baylis perform her
powerful, vibrant show.
Mountain Jack's-Tonight
featuring Dreamer, another of
those wonderful top-40 dance ban-
ds.
Rick's American Cafe-The cool
Blue Front Persuaders appear this
evening with their interpretations
of early R&B classics. Good time.
Roundhouse Saloon-Super solo
pianist Bart Polot appears again
this evening.
Second Chance-Don't miss your
'chance' to swing with the '60s
sound of Steve King and his Dit-
tilies.
University Club-The U-club of-
fers Giveaway this evening, one
more top-40 dance band that spices
things up with a few originals.
West Bank-Top-40 sextet Topaz
is on stage this evening for a night
of fun and dancing.
Winston's Pub-Jazz pianist and
vocalist Buster Banks is on again
this evening.
Music
School of Music
Penelope Crawford performs
works by Haydn, Mozart, C.P.E.
Bach, and Bethoven on fortepiano
as part of the Academy of Early
Music Solo series. Performance
begins at 8 p.m. at Recital Hall.
Free.
Ann Arbor Area Piano TeachersI
Guild
Guild members perform "Music
of Spain and South America" at
Glacier Hills (1200 Earhart) at 7:30
p.m. Call 996-9198. Free.
Ann Arbor Sweet Adelines
This 75-member chorus of
Washtenaw County women present
"Bandstand Boogie," spotlighting
pop music of the past 25 years,
from Elvis to disco. The Friars, of
the Men's Glee Club, are special
guests at tonight's 8 p.m. program
at Huron High School. Tickets are

$5 in advance, $6 at the door. Call
485-7276.
The Blind Pig
Blues guitarist Paul Geremia
comes from the coffee club
tradition of the early '60s with a
devotion to country blues along the
lines of Leroy Carr, Mississippi
e Fred McDowell, and Blind Lemon
d Jefferson. Geremia brings his six-
and twelve-string guitars and his
- harmonica to the Blind Pig (208 S.
0 1st) tonight and tomorrow at 9:30
p.m. Call 996-8555.
The Ark
Joel Mabus is multi-talented on
guitar, fiddle, and mandolin. His
folk music performances today
and tomorrow night begin at 9 p.m.
Doors open at 8:30 (1421 Hill). Call
761-1451)
Dance
Ann Arbor Civic Ballet
Local magician Franz Harary
dances in Haunted Castle, a pre-
Halloween rendition of the old
Hansel and Gretel story,
choreographed by Pamela
Rutledge and Lee Ann King. The
Power Center hosts tonight's 7:30
p.m. performance; $4 (children
$3). Call 668-8066.
University Dance Department
Six new solo and group works
comprise "Dances for a New
Space," a special performance by
M.F.A. thesis candidates.
Choreographers for the 8 p.m. East
Quad (701 E. University) show in-
clude Laurice Hamp, Mike Mc-
Straw, and Pamela Mundy. Call
763-5460. Free.
Theater
Office of Major Events!
Gallagher appears for one night
only at Hill Auditbrium. This
wacky comedian i famous for
keeping his audien e on the floor
and in tears laugh ng with his in-
creadible slapsick routines.
Guaranteed to e hysterical.
Tickets $7.50-9.50/at the Michigan
Union Ticket Offie.
Performance Ne work
Endgame, a s arp-humored ex-
ploration of the lives of four people
left after the holocaust. Written by
Nobel Prize winner Samuel
Beckett and directed by David
Hunsberger, this fine show stars
Robert Beaupre, Joey Golden,
David Bernstein, and Sandy
Ryder. Tickets $5 at the Michigan
Theatre and at the door. Perfor-
mance Network (408 W.
Washington). 663-0681.
University Department of Theater
and Drama'
The Department caters to your
Halloween needs with their annuale
Costume Sale featuring a range of
items from past productions at low
prices. Outside the Frieze
Builging, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 764-'
6303.
Sports
Hockey
University skaters face off with
Notre Dame at Yost Arena at 7:30
p.m. Tickets $3-4. Call 764-0247.
Boxing
The University recreation
department stages sparring
sessions this afternoon from 4-7
p.m. Arborland Shopping Center.

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Call 971-1825.. Free.
Field Hockey
Coach Candy Zientek leads the
team. against Indiana State on
Ferry Field at 4 p.m. Call 763-2159.
Free.
Etc.
Arborland Shopping Center
Around 50 area and regional ar-
tists show off their stuff at this 10
a.m.-9 p.m. Arts and Crafts Show.
Call 971-1825. Free.
Medieval and Renaissance
Collegium
Indiana University professor
Emanuel Mickel lectures at 4 p.m.
today on "Tristan en Prose: A
Medieval Version of the Tristan et
Iseut." Following the talk in Lec-
ture Room 2 of the Modern
Language Building, the MARC
society holds a welcome reception
in the 3rd floor commons. Call 763-
2066. Free.
Center for Western European
Studies.
University of Edinburgh scholar
Henry Drucker lectures at noon
today on "Adversarial Politics:
Political Parties in Contemporary
Britain" in 5208 Angell Hall. Call
764-4311. Free.
University Astronomy Depar-
tment
Prof. Richard Sears explains
"The Solar Neutrino Mystery,"
and other very, very small matters
at Angell Hall's Auditorium B. The
8:30 p.m. show also includes the.
film "Sun Watchers." Call 764-
3440. Free.

top-40 dance music that keeps you
goin'.
Rick's American Cafe.-Again
the Blue Front Persuaders this
evening with their cool inter-
pretations of R&B classics.
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart Polot
sends you swinging with his superb
solo piano performance.
Second Chance-Steve King and
the Dittilies play again this
evening.
University Club-The popular
Gateway Trio who have completed
several impressive records appear
this evening.
West Bank-West Bank's
favorite top-40 sextet Topaz ap-
pears again tonight.
Winston's Pub-Buster Banks
will fill your evening with enter-
taining jazz piano and vocals.
Music
Ann Arbor Symphony Volunteam
Hey, it's '82 SkiDoo! Morris
Lawrence's Afro-Musicology band
performs at tonight's Jazz Age
costume party complete with
casino games, buffet and cash bar.
Costumes are optional; the fun
begins at 7 p.m. at St. Francis of
Assissi Church (2250 E. Stadium).
$15. Call 668-8480.
School of Music
This year's always exciting
"Bandorama" features the
University Marching Band, Jazz
Band, Concert Band, Symphony
Band, and the Friars of the Men's
Glee Club. The bands begin at 8
p.m. at Hill Auditorium; tickets
are $2-5. Call 764-0582.
Ann Arbor Sweet Adelines
The Harrington Brothers, a bar-
bershop quartet, join the Sweet
Adelines chorus in this "Ban-
dstand Boogie" musical ex-
travaganza. See listing for Friday.
8p.m.
Eclipse Jazz at the U-Club
The Gateway Trio; what a great
jazz combination! John Aber-
crombie on guitar, Jack DeJohnet-
te on piano, and Dave Holland on
bass: From bebop and beyond at
the U-Club in the Michigan Union
at 8 and 10:30 p.m. Tickets are
$6.50. Recommended. Call 763-
6922.
The Blind Pig
Blues guitarist Paul Geremis
concludes his Blind Pig Appearan-
ce tonight at 9:30 p.m. See Friday
listing.
The Ark
Tonight is Joel Mabus' final per-
formance at the ark. See listing for
Friday. 9p.m.
Folktown
The Lost World String Band
brings an extraordinary assor-
tment of Irish, ragtime, old timej
dance, Cajun, blues, and swing
music to Folktown (Southfield
Civic Center Parks and Recreation
Building) at 8 p.m. The instrumen-
ts needed to create such diversity
include fiddle, guitar, ukelele,
mandolin, banjo, and accordia'
Tickets are $4. Call 855-9848.
Dance
University Musical Society
The Zagreb Grand Ballet flies in
from Europe with a flurry of pas
de deux and an impeccable
reputation dating back to 1870.

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Tonight's Power Center program
includes Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake
and Borodin's Prince Igor. 8
p.m.; tickets $8-12. Call665-3717.
Theater
Performance Network
Endgame continues. See Friday
listing.
Sports
Saline Pumper Power Runr
Register at 9 a.m. for the 5-km
(3.1 mile) or 10-km (6.2 mile) runs
and help Saline Community
Hospital's cardiovascular
program. Start at 10:30 a.m.
(Bemis Rd.) in Saline. $6 entrance
fee. Call 429-5461 or 429-5435 ext1
270.
Hockey
The stick men skate with Notre
Dame at Yost Arena, circa 7:30
p.m. $3-4. Call 764-0247.
Boxingf
See listing for Friday's Ar-
borland sparring bouts. 4-7 p.m.

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout--The fabulous
Footloose is on stage again this
evening to perform their good-time
country and jazzy bluegrass.
Arbor Valley Inn-This evening
the Inn offers the ever-famous top-
40 dance band Scat.
The Blind Pig-Join Paul
Geremia for a night of original and
traditional country blues. See
Music.
The Earle-The dazzling Ron
Brooks Trio performs again this
evening.
The Fox's Den-Contemporary
jazz pianist Steve Larson performs
contemporary, jazzy piano to
soothe your evening.
The Habitat-Odyssey, a top-40-
dance band appears this evening
with danceable top-40 songs.
The Heidelberg-Join Mustard's
Retreat forkan evening of folk,
blues and rock, including some
originals.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Ur-
bations are here again to get your
Saturday night rollin' with R&B,
Bo Diddley and tex-mex rock,
along with mid-'60s soul.
King's Arms Band-The to-be-
announced top-40 dance band per-
forms for your dancing pleasure.
Mr. Flood's Party-Join the
Lepers, a late-'60s-styled
blues/rock quartet.
Mountain Jack's-Dreamer is
here again, offering that same o1'

Etc.
Arborland Shopping Center
See Friday's listing for the Arts
and Crafts Show.10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Bonsai!! Jack Wikle of Hidden
Lake Gardens explains and
demonstrates the principles of
those darling little trees. 10 a.m.-
noon at the Gardens (1800 N. Dix-
boro); reservations required. Call
764-1168.
St. Thomas Parent-Teacher guild
See listing for Friday's Garage
Sale. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Rudolf Steiner Institute
Kaspar Hauser appeared out.of
nowhere in 19th century Germany;
Werner Herzog made an excellent
film starring Bruno S. about him.
Intrigued? Robert van Santen,
president of California's Rudolf
Steiner College, lectures on this
"Crucial 19th Century Riddle" at 8
p.m. (1923 Geddes). Tickets are $3
($2 students and senior citizens).
Call 662-6398.
Ann Arbor Handweavers' Guild
The Guild holds its 13th Annual
Sale today and tomorrow at the
Ann Arbor Art Association (117 W.
Liberty). Items available include
wall pieces, afghans, placements,
etc. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Call 663-6062.
Center for Continuing Education of
Women
The CEW presents "Gearing up
for Graduate School: A University
Welcome to Women." The con-
ference, which will cover topics
such as financial aid and shaping a
graduate program to fit career
goals, will be held in the Rackham
School of Graduate Studies on East
IWashington Street. 9 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Additional information can be
obtained from the CCEW office;
763-1353.

Rick's American Cafe-The mid-
to-late-'60s trio White Children in
Shorts is on stage this evening to
jrock your Sunday. .
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart Polot
does it again tonight with his super
solo piano performance.
Second Chance-Romeo Void
and Billy Idol appear tonight. See
Music
School ofMusic
Faculty members Benning Dex-
ter (piano) and Jacob Krach-
malnik (violin) perform at 4 p.m.
today in Rackham Auditorium.
Call 763-4726. Free.
Also today, piano student Akiko
Matsuo, a recent participant in the
Geneva International Competition,
dazzles the audience at his 8 p.m.
concert in the Recital Hall.
Prism Productions
Second Chance (516 E. Liberty)
hosts two very different musical
acts from opposite coasts: Billy
Idol (founding member of
Generation X) brings pop from
New York, while Romeo Void im-
ports a little California-style pop to
Ann Arbor. Idol's single "Dancing
With Myself" made dance floor
news in 1981 as did his debut LP on
Chrysalis, but the Void may prove
the evening's best filler. Show star-
ts at 9:30. Call 99-MUSIC.
Dance
Ann Arbor Civic Ballet
Haunted Castle returns to the
Power Center at 2 p.m. See listing
for Friday.
Sports
Ann Arbor Bicycle League
Join the cyclists for a brisk 8:30
a.m. Breakfast Ride, meeting at
the Farmer's Market. Call 761-
1147. Free.
Sierra Club
Today's Cider Mill Bike Ride
takes you pedallers out to the coun-
try with a stop for cider and
donuts. Meet at the Ann Arbor City
Hall at 11 a.m. Call 662-6108. Free.
Etc.
Waterloo Nature Center
Ever see a Sandhill Crane?
Today's your chance as a
naturalist will lead an auto
caravan to the Haenle Sanctuary
in search of this beautiful bird.
Show up at the Center (17030 Bush)
at 1:30 p.m. Call 475-8069.
Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation
Department
The 44-acre Dolph Park Nature
Area will be dedicated today at 4
p.m. (Wagner Rd.) Tours of the
area also. Call 994-2780. Free.
Ann Arbor Recreation Department
The Faumann Mask Puppet
Theater presents "Halloween
Mischief," a puppet show for the
Mini-Matinee Club audience of
primarily young people. Dan Lid-
ster also performs marimba at the
Eberbach Cultural Arts Building
(1220 S. Forest); $2 (adults $3).
Call 994-2326.
St. Thomas Parent-Teacher
Guild
See Friday listing for Garage
Sale info. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Rudolf Steiner Institute
California nurse Jannebeth van
Santen speaks on "Practical Home
Health Care for the Family" from
3-5 p.m. $4 admission ($3 students
and senior citizens) (1923 Geddes).
Call 662-6398.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig-Boogie down to
the boogie blues of Boogie-Woogie
Red's vintage boogie blues piano
and vocals.
The Earle-Larry Manderville
starts off his week with solo piano.
The Habitat-Odyssey again
with their top-40 dance tunes.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Blue
Front Persuaders rock Joe's this
evening with early R&B classics
and a few originals.
Mr. Flood's Party-The blues,
folk, and country duo Bizer
Brothers appear.
Mountain Jack's-Dreamer,
again. Top-40 dance tunes.
Rick's American Cafe-The
popular, scrappy rockers of
Epicurean roll tonight. Don't miss
out!
Roundhouse Saloon-David
Mayer performs for the saloon
tonight.
Second Chance-Freeman
James appears at the Chance
tonight.
University Club-Michael
Kremen DJ's tonight's Golden
Oldies show.
Winston's Pub-Buster Banks is
on again tonight with more of that
jazzy piano and vocals.
Music
Eclipse Jazz Workshop
Urbations' saxophonist David
Swain hosts this continuing im-
provisation workshop from 8-9:30
p.m. Trotter House (1442
Washtenaw), $2; call 763-5924.
Etc.'
School of Education
New Yorker staff writer Jeremy
Bernstein discusses "Scientific
Literacy" tonight at 4 p.m. in the.
4th floor amphitheater of the
Rackham Building (915 E.
Washington). Bernstein is also a
Stevens Institute of Technology
physics professor. Call 764-8416.
Free.
Center for Continuing Education of
Women
Beginning today, CEW offers
two Reading and Learning Skills
refresher courses, primarily for
women returning to school.
"Academic Writing" meets for two
hours weekly, for 6 weeks. Fee is
$60. "Reading Effectiveness andI
Study Skills" meets one hourI
weekly, for six weeks. Fee is $50.
Both programs are offered at
several times during the day and
evening. Interested persons please
contact CEW at 764-6555.

band Dreamer.
Rick's American Cafe-Power-
ful late-'60s and late-'70s rock hits
by the Confessions.
Roundhouse Saloon-Solo piano
with Bart Polot.
Second Chance-Masquerade, a
wonderful top-40 rock band, is
featured at the Chance this
evening.
University Club-Reggae Dance
Party at the U-Club tonight.
Popular tradition in Ann . Arbor
these days, don't miss out.
West Bank-We just can't seem
to get enough of that wonderful top-
40 sextet Topaz.
Winston's Pub-Buster Banks
for your listening pleasure; jazz
piano and vocals.
Music
University Philharmonia
Carl St. Clair, director of the
University Contemporary Direc-
tions Ensemble, conducts tonight's
8 p.m. performance in Hill
Auditorium of Respighi's Church
Windows, Schubert's 8th Sym-
phony, and Beethoven's Egmont
Overture. Call 763-4726. Free.
Ann Arbor Council for Traditional
Music and Dance
Local singer /songwriter Jay
Stielstra, author of the popular
musical North Country Opera, per-
forms at the 8 p.m. House Concert
(1612 Broadway). Call 769-1052.
Dance
UAC Workshop
University jazz dancers conduct
tonight's 7-9 p.m. workshop for all
interested dancers. Call 763-1107.
Free.
Michigan Union Cultural Arts
Series
University dancers perform in
the Michigan Union Pendleton
Room today at noon. Call 763-5900.
Free.
Sports
Field Hockey
The stick women take on Toledo
at Ferry Field today at 4 p.m. Call
763-2159. Free.
Etc.
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts
University computer and com-
munication sciences Prof. Arthur
Burks lectures on "Computers and
Metaphysics" tonight at 8 p.m. in
Rackham Auditorium. Call 763-
9521. Free.
Ann Arbor Public Library
Today's 10:30 a.m. Reporting
Day Program at the library is a 45-
60 minute series of films for kin-
dergartners through 6th graders.
Call 994-2345. Free.

Dreamer.
Rick's American Cafe-Join the
veteran jazz fushion group Orange
Lake Drive this evening.
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart Polot
and his solo piano can be heard
again tonight.
Second Chance-The top-40 rock
band Intents jams again at the
Chance.
University Club-Laugh Track,
an evening of commedy performed
by local talent.
West Bank-Topaz. That top-40
sextet that just keeps comin' back.
Winston's Pub-Jazz pianist and
vocalist Buster Banks.
Music
University Musical Society
The Fresk String Quartet was
formed in Stockholm in 1965 and
has had a profound influence on
Swedish chamber music. Tonight's
8:30 p.m. performance at
Rackham Auditorium features
works by Mozart, Dag Wiren, and
Borodin. Tickets are $6-9. Call 665-
3717.
Etc.
Sierra Club
This general meeting at the
Heidelberg Restaurant (215 N.
Main) focuses on camp crafts and
social activity. 7:30 p.m. Call 663-
9661. Free.
Bicycle Club
Everyone is welcome at an
organizational meeting of the
Bicycle Club at 8 p.m. in 1084 East
Engineering Building.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-The Ron Brooks trio
is back!
The Fox's Den-Winifred Ken-
ner performs those great classical
piano numbers.
The Habitat-Odyssey is still
holding out at the Habitat with top-
40 dance music.
Mr. Flood's Party-Blues and
R&B are what's offered at Flood's
Party tonight with Stark Raving
Revue.
Mountain Jack's-Dreamer
returns with that top-40 dance
music.
Rick's American Cafe-Koko
Taylor appears with explosive
electric-blues.
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart Polot
performs that solo piano that keep
'em comin' back.
Second Chance-The Intents ap-
pear again this evening at the
Chance for your listening pleasure.
I Top-40 rock.
University Club-Soundstage, an
evening of intimate folk and jazz,
performed by local talent at the
club tonight.
WestBank-Topaz reappears
with, you guessed it, top-40dance
tunes.
Winston's Pub-Buster Banks
will entertain your troubles away
with his jazz piano and vocals.
Music
Rick's American Cafe
If you like Blues the Muddy
Waters' grit and howl style, you
ought to be at Koko Taylor's Ann
Arbor appearance tonight at 9:30
p.m. (611 Church). Koko belts
classics like "Wang Dang Doodle"
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Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Larry Manderville is
the spotlight again this evening
with solo piano performances.
The Habitat-More top-40 dance
music with Odyssey.
Mr. Flood's Party-Terry Tate
tears up the town with terrific
guitar, piano, and blues vocals
with lots of originals.
Mountain Jack's-Dance again
to the sounds of the top-40 dance

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Enjoy the solo piano
performances of the great Larry
Manderville..
The Fox's Den-The classical
pianist Winifred Kenner is on
again tonight.
The Habitat-Contemporary
dance band Odyssey is still here to
get you dancin'.
Mr. Flood's Party-Country and
bluegrass sounds of Liberty at Mr.
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again with the top-40 dance band

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